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FRIDAY KOENINB. SEPT. 6, 1872.
Notice to Advertisers.
Hereafter Fan oaaan Bcsntcas .Locals
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StIMB CHANGE OF TIM.
On and after Monday, June
3d, Trains -will leave and ar
rive at Indianapolis as follows
2:15 l M
W P. M
1: V M
8:00 1 M
Pari n c Express
l. uwu r-x press
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JOHH JE. SIMPSON,
Mr. J. S. BallkitiXb started East
jor a new goods last Tuesday.
See Here. Everybody and tbeir
families should get ready for the
County Fair, October 3d, 4th, and
Tii Li . L lill. will issue
half fare lickent to the Northern Ohio
Fair at Cleveland next week.
B. F. Hyatt, and lady are sojourn
ing at Duluth Minn., and place us
under obligations lor papers from
V Wit. E. Sntdkr takes full sway at
' strut tot.:.- n - m i
uiu iv uuo vuriidr, an will w dccu
by notice in another column.'
with him success.
y Tub Presbytery ot lama meets in
the First Fresbytei'i&n Church in this
place, on next Tuesday evening.
Opening services at 7 o'clock. M.
Moving Along. The laying of the
track on the L. E. k L. "R. is run.
ning along slowly but surely. The
track is completed to Rawson, and
the locomotive whistles from the west-
" Swinging Round tie Circle.' The
Greeley and Brown banner has gone
to Tiffin for exhibition, and has taken
with it all the Liberal Demo enthusi
asm. And then they have heard
We are in receipt of an iateresticg
letter from Capt. II. II. Albau, dated
Hull, England, which we are com
pelled to lay over until next week.
The Captain appears to be in excel
lent health and spirits.
Mr. J.Jl. Malkt, the well known
and popular salesman has made a
"change of base' as will be seen by
the advertisement of J. J. Wheeler
& Co. Let our readers make a note
Tub "Lsdies Choral SociffffT
repsat the beautiful cap7 ,
orient will be a pleasing one, and the
public are Invited to attend.
congregational unurcn. ine pas
tor has returned from his vacation
visit to the lake, and will preach next
Sunday. Subject in the morning.
"The Value of the Life that Now
Is; in the evening, "The Immoral!
ties of Politics."
Ahead. Our North Findlay friends
have already began lighting their
streets with coal oil lamps. Main
street looks quite gay at night, and
pedestrians bless the men who put up
the lamps. We hope the example set
in street lighting will be followed by
all parts ot the town
Wanted. In view of our Railroad
prospects, and the new life infused
into our manufacturing interests, at
least one hundred new dwellingcould
be profitably rented, even at this sea
son , and many more will be required
next year. Who will furnish them p
Gabbxt LTakenbss, of Jackson tp.,
left a stalk of corn at this office last
Monday, 14 feet in heigth and bear
ing two well developed ears. Farm
ers in this county are feeling good
over the prospect for a heavy corn
List of Jurors. The following is,
the list of Grand and Petit Jurors
drawn for the October Term of Com
mon Pleas Court :
Grand Jury Joseph Saltzman
Louis Luneack, Jacob Thompson
Henry Weicant, Ambrose Graber,
Andrew Enoke, John L. Rees, John
Wagner, John Moore, G. W. Powell,
Morris Baker, Samuel Spangler, Geo.
C. Douglas, John Douty, Jacob
ra'U Jury. John E. Morehead,
Jacob W. Ockerman, Wm. L. Davis,
Allen Cooper, Samuel Hosier, Amos
Porter, John Radabaugh, Levi Berg
man, Ilarvy Doty, Daniel Zoll, A. E.
noon, Harman Pratt,
Sabbath Schools. The State Sab
bath School Union, in convention at
Lancaster, June 6th, in order to push
forward vigorously, its work, and
secure to every county in the State
such an organization as shall
materially aid in the advancement of
e Sabbath School cause has resolv
ed to ask each Sab'iath School in the
State to contribute one dollar. The
amount u so small as not to be felt
by the donors, and yet, if promptly
paid, will enable the State Sabbath
School Union to do much more than
ever before. rJow let every Sabbath
School in this county, on the last
Sabbath (or before) of September,
being the 'Jvm take a collection for
this purpose and forward the amount,
whether large or small, to the under
signed promptly, who will publish
the result and tell what has been done
by each Township and School. Re
member that each School giving one
dollar will be entitled to the publish
ed minutes of the State Convention
land to a delegate to the next one.
JNow ineoas, to ine ironi; au along
ihe Foe let the word be passed.
who'll get the banner ?
C. E. RUHL,
C. E. RUHL, Secretary Hancock Co. S. S. Union.
Findlay, Sept. 3d, 1872.
miss aatilda Fletcher. This elo
quent lady spoke to an audience oi
bstwecn 700 and 800 and gen
lemcn tt Wfcc ler's Hall last Thurs
day nhht. Rut short notice had
been given, vet tLc Hall was densely
packed, and bv an intelligent, and
we may add, highly expectant audi
enc. Miss Flclcher opened her dis
conrce by referring to her present
position not in an apologetic man
ncr but rather as an evidence that
"the world moves.' She was here
because she loved truth ; love 1 jus
tice; loved her country, one was
here to bear testimony, in the name
of a grateful people to the heroism,
Datriotism and statesmanship of
UlyssesS Grant.Thetwo first heprov
ed on a hun J red battle fields, waere
Datriotism was arraigned against
treason. The evidences of tne latter
were to be found in ihe present prca
pcrous condition of the country under
his Administration. He was the first
ruler in the United S-a'.ca to submit
vexed questions, of international law
to arbitrament other than tlies word ;
he had established peace and good
feeling between the Government and
most of the tubes of Indians, by pur
mm- 3ir - J
suing a policy oi irienaiiuess u
justice toward them ; he had selected
for his cabint-nt men noted rather for
the ability to cerioim the duties of
the place, than for services rendered
as partizan politicians, ana tne
result is seen in the sound condition
of the finances of the country ; he
had largely reduced the principal of
of the public debt, while, at the same
time, reducing the burdens of laxa-
tion from the shoulders of the people.
Miss Fletcher also referred to the
noble traits of character evinced by
the President iu his kindnes to the
poor and defenseless, and instanced
the fact that in her own State of
Iowa he had appointed five hundred
women widows of soldiers to offl
ces within his gift, and that in defi
ance of the wishes of a nnmbar of the
politicians of the State.
Miss Fletcher thoroughly exposed
the pompous arrogance of Mr. Sum
ner, and gave plain, truthful and di
rect answers to the slanders hurled at
Gen. Grant. She expressed an active
sympathy with the Democratic party
in its present humiliating posture,
and called upen honest Democrats to
assert their manhood by repudiating
the shameful bargain by which it was
sought to transfer them, like cattle
that were bought and sold, to the
support of Horace Greeley.
Miss Fletcher was listened to very
attentively by the vast audience, and
was frequently interrupted by rounds
of applause. She made an excellent
impression upon our people general
ly, and will long ba remembered in
Findlay as an eloquent defender of
Bight, and a fearless denouncsr of
injustice and wrong.
Speech of E. T. Dunn, Esq. There
was considerable curiosity on the part
ot many of our people to hear this
gentleman last Saturday evening, as it
had been announced as ananswer to the
speech delivered by his Liberal Repub-
ican brother, Rev. J. B. Dunn, on the
previous Mondsy evening. Many of the
Republicans felt that the Rev
tended to help, and that it was better
unanswered. The posters announced
that other "Liberals'' would be looked
after, and as a consequence the crowd
of listeners were on hand. Mr. Dunn
was introduced . by P. D. Ardmger,
one of the Vice Presidents of tho
Grant Club, and in his quiet, unim
passioned manner commenced a care
fully-worded and eloquent criticism oj
the "Liberals' from Dr. Greeley down
to Dr. Hurd, or perhaps, as the latter
gentleman would put it himself, from
Dr. Greeley up. After carefully re
viewing Fields, J. B. Dunn, S loane.
and other "reformers' ersonally
known to his audience, he turned his
attention to Dr. Greeley, and viewed
at length iiis erratic and inconsistent
course as a politician. He showed
conclusively from extracts from the
Tribune that Mr. Greeley had advo
cated the rhrlit of secession. That
three days before South Carolina so
ceded, ureeley said in bis paper,
The Declaration of Independence
justifies her in doing so." That on
February 22d, 18C1, the Irilune
said "If the cotton States desire to
form an independent nation, they have
a clear moral right to do so.''
He then proceeded to defend Gen
eral Grant from the loul and senseless
slanders that had been heaped upon
him by disappointed place seekers,
Recounted Lis services to the country
in her hour of direst peril, and closed
up by an eloquent eulogy ot that
great man, who goes serenely on in
his duty, unmindful of the slanders,
contumely and abuse heaped upon
him ly those who cannot use him to
advance their own selfish ends.
We regret that we cannot produce
Mr.Dunn's speech at length,forwe con
sider it one of the most convincing ar
guments to which we have listened
during the campaign. There was no
low vulgar abuse no attempt at low
buffoonery and wit, which character
ized the speeches of some to whom he
The speech was frequently inter
rupted by bursts of applause, as some
popular chord was touched by the
Like every meeting held in the
county since the campaign, the atten
dance was good, and the interest un
flagging, and the audience went away
feeling that much good had been ac
List of Letters remaining in the
Post office at this place for tlw week,
ending Sept. 5, 1372 :
Joshua H. Bierer ; Mary E. Benson ;
N. Bensing ; Henry Coans ; J. D.
Clark ; A. S. Chamberlin ; William
Creps; Mary A. Caillson; Hannah
G. Edwards; Miss Lizzie Evans;
Fredrick Ensman ; C. W. Fellows ;
L. R. Freeman ; James N. Francis ;
Mrs. Susannah Horn ; L. D. Hooper ;
William V. Haines ; Mrs. Sue JJocker,
George Honck ; Elias Hannah ; Mrs.
Sarah A. Miller ; Mary J. Mickles ;
George Miller ; A. J. Needles: R.C.
Nelson ; James Rigby ; Miss Mattie
Schwab; Martha Schwab; Carle
Stone ; R. Winter ; George Wrine
harte; Mrs.eatress E. Wells.
Persons calling' for these letters
will please say they are advertised.
THOS. E. ADAMS, P. M.
The nnest horses in the State will
at our vounty rir wan and see
Fcr some time past there has been
an under current of agitation at work
in regard to an increase of the manu
facturing interests of our town, and
thi9 week the ground swell set in.
The first report came from
Findlay Fenaary and Karhine Werka.
At this establishment, owned by
Messrs. L. Adams and V. H. Coom,
the following change has taken place.
viz : Messrs. Jas. T. Adams, New
ton Adams, Wm. L. Davis and John
W. Davis, have purchased the Iwo-
thirds interest of Mr. L. Adams, and
the new firm have taken possession
and will "rush things." Messrs. V.
H. Coons and Newton Adams takes
charge of the business, the capital
stock will be largely increased, as
also the working force. The new
firm is composed of men noted for
energy and other qualifications essen
tial in conducting such business.
They are well known and start with
the full and entire confiJence of our
people. . It need no gift of prophecy
to predict their success.
The next ieport comes from the
Fladlav Plainiac; Mills.
Owned by Mesers. Seymour & Shull,
which has beeh sold to Messrs. Squire
Carlin, S. D. Frcy, G. W. Myers,
Henry Swartz and John Shull, who
propose to at once greatly enlarge its
capacity and add thereto a lumber
yard. Additional machinery of all
kinds has been ordered, and the rep
utation of these parties for enterprise
is a sufficient guaranty that this new
combination means business. The
above are two important changes
made this week, and we hear a third
one asitated which we hope, if not
already determined upon, will be by
the time another Jkffbrsoniah reach
es our readers. We reter to a pro
ject on foot to build up an immense
manufactory for making wagons
The parties engaged in the enterprise
propose to start business with a cap
ital of not less than $50,000. and a
capacity for turning out at least 200
wagons per week. The enterpiise
and energy of Dan. Buck & Co., as
well as others,has made it a fixed fact
that this is one of the best points in
the State for this branch of manufac
tures. We learn that Messrs. Buck
& Co.'s establishment is to be the
nucleus for this project, and there can
be no doubt of the success. Such an
establishment will give employment
for several hundred hands, and their
These and other enterprises, not far
in the future, are the result of our
fast increasing Railroad facilities, tor
Railroads and Manufactures go to
gether. Let our people all remember
this, and be ready to extend to both a
helping hand. We have the capital,
if directed into the right channels, to
double our population iu the next
five 3 et rs. And real estate of all
kinds wiil advance in the same ratio
OUR COUNTY FAIR
Our jtcople, amid the excitement ol
the hour, should not forget the corn-
Fair. All arc interested in its
success, ana an buouiu contribute
their share towards making it the very
best exhibition we have ever had. in
8I.nmint.ir Tim crnnnda va foam. nxA
being grealty . , i
itions wTiriii: lurnwlled I
the exhibitors and others. A large
number of excellent stalls and pens
for tho accommodation of stock are
being erected. New Halls for exhi
bition are building, and every thing
will be in apple pio order. Farmers
and mechanics, you have enjoved an
other year of pleasant prosperity,
then devote a few days to the exhibi
tion of such articles as you have.
Spend a day oi two in the examina
tion of the products of your neighbors,
in an interchange of opinions and ex
periences, and mark our wori for it,
you will all go home better pleased
with yourselves, your neighbors, and
with the world we' live in. And when
you come, do not forget to bring
your families with you. Your wile,
pei haps, needs a few days rest from
her toils at the farm house, and she
will enjoy the visit to our county Fair,
which will well repay you for bring
ing her. The little ones will tell of it
for a year. Thon bringing them all
Waking Up. There has not been
such a fever of improvement in our
town for years as at the present time.
All kinds of property is changing
hands, and our manufacturing inter
ests are being developed, both by the
introduction of new, and enlarging
of old establishments. Look out for
a buey season next year.
List of Letters remaining uncalled
for in the Post Office at McComb, on
the 30th day of August, 1872.
Cllae Georze Jf
Fletcher Mm MoUleJ
Hays Mr Nathan
Jounaon Miss Ana E
adine Mr Abraham
Miller Mr A E
Bnsbon Mr Xbos
When calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
Z. BARNEY, P. M.
Rukii R. Sloake, of Sanduskv, has
at last found a party willing to make
him a candidate for Congress. The
Democratic convention which met at
Fremont on yesterday, finding that
Mr. Sloane had money that he was
willing to spend to defeat the very pop
ular candidate of the Republican
party in the Sandusky district, Hon.
Charles Foster, set aside the old
Democratic stagers, and put him up
as their candidate. Mr. feloane is an
admirable type of the Greeley coa
lition. He is brimful of personal
spite towards Charles Foster, and has
money to spend corruptly in order to
defeat an honest man and elect him
self. Mr. Foster has two elements
which will far outweigh Rush R.
Sloane's money, namely, capacity and
integrity. Polities aside, it would be
a terrible scandal for any constitu
ency to elect a man who proposes to
buy nis way into Congress over one
whose honor and honesty are known
in all the district. Sloane is a pro
fessional wire worker and striker in
politics, end the getting of money
has been the chief end ol his manage
ment. He has doubtless some big
ger scheme of corruption some de
sign on the national treasury of huge
dimension! or he would not have
"sized the pile" of the old Democratic
stagers of the District by offering to
spend twenty-five thousand dollars,
. . - . -
it necessary, to gun an election.
Let tue KepuDucans ot tne new
Tenth District be on the lookout for
frauds and corruptions. There is no
man in the State who understands the
trade better than Rnsh R. Sloane.
What he lacks in brains and charac
ter he expects to make np with impu
dence and cash. The character ot
be District is at stake. The same
men who elected Dickinson four
years ago by means of fraudulent
naturalization papers, are now enlist
ed on behalf of thia reckless and un
MEETING AT ARCADIA.
The Grant Tanners one hundred
strong and a large and enthusiastic
crowd of their friends, took an ex
tra train on the L. E & L. ER.
Wednesday evening for Arcadia, in
pursuance of previous notice, to or
ganize a Grant Tanner' Club, ar
rived at Arcadia at 8 o'clock. A
goodly assemblage was found in wait
Ing. An open air meeting was or
ganized by a motion by Jos. Dillery.
who called Mr. J. R. Beeaon, our
candidate for Commissioner, to pre
side over the meeting. Mr. Beescn
introduced CoL Jas. A. Bope, who
made an eloquent address, after which
signatures for the organization of
Club was called for, and enthusias
tically responded to. E. T. Dunn,
Esq., was then called for and respond
ed in a neat speech which was atten
tively listened to. Over seventy
names were enrolled, and Washing.
ton township promises to make it the
even hundred before Saturday right
Many old Democrats were present
and were attentive listeners. The
Tanncre, with their excellent martial
music and fine uniforms, are making
good iroprei-ion wherever the
go. Ihe thanks of the crowd ate
due Conductor Burgoon for his care
ful attention to the comfort ot the
party. And WasLington is awake,
and will do her duty.
meeting at McComh. In accord
ance with previous notice, a meeting
was held at McComb last Monday
evening, tor the purpose of organizing
a Tanners' Club. About seventy five
of the Tanners' Club of Findlay were
in attendance in full uniform. The
meeting was called to order by E. T.
Dunn, Esq , who introduced Mr. Phil
ip Bope, ot Fairfield County, who
made a very sensible and telling
speech, in which he defended Grant,
and showed up the modern reformer,
Greeley in his true colors. At the
conclusion of his speech loud calls
were made for CoL Jas. A. Bope and
E. T. Dunn, Esq. The former took
the stand, and made an able argu
ment in favor of our candidates. He
confined himself chiefly to a review of
the financial question, and demonstra
ted clearly the wisdom of the policy
of the administration. Mr. E. T.
Dunn followed him in a lew remarks,
ventilating Mr. Greeley's secession
record, and giving that gentleman's
opinions of Gen. Grant as well as the
party whose candidate he now is.
After tho speaking was concluded,
a call was made for signers to a Grant
Tanners' Club, and about fifty came
forward and enrolled their names.
We were assured that there would be
no difficulty in raising a full company.
The people of Pleasant township
are awake to tho importance ot the
issues involved in the present cam
paign and will give a good account of
themselves on the second Tuesday of
Capt John Grier, ot Adrian, raised
an ear of corn this season which meas
ured thirteen inches in circumference,
and bad forty-two rows of kernels
Mrs. Elizabeth Singer, was struck
. , witj, apoplexy, on Monday of
week, anil cum almost insunilt.- "r
The Republican County Conven.
tion was held at Tiffin last Saturday.
The roughs of Tiffin amuse them
selves by stoning the trains as they
leave the city.
Work is progressing briskly on the
The Democrat has just discovered
that Senator Jack Casement, of
Geauga county is a Greeley man.
The editor publishes the fact last
week under the heading "Still they
come " That is
Tne Allen County Fair will be held
Sept. 24th, to 27th.
They had a heavy rain and hail
Btorm in the vicinity of Lima on
Monday, of last week.
Tfcey hav'ct got that Steam Fire
Engine question settled in Lima jet,
and as a consequence the papers are
full of what some body knows about
The, frame of a new church; in
Perry township was raised last week.
Henry Brenncman, of German
tawnship, was killed by a stroke of
lightning, while at work in his barn,
on Monday afternoon of last week
Two children of John Cramer, re
siding on Arch street, in Fremont,
were poisoned a few days ago by eat
ing the seeds of the Jamestown weed,
commonly called jimpson weed. They
were both very much affected, and
oue of them lay in convulsions for
about ten hours, but both recovered
from the effects.
On Monday last, during a thunder
storm which prevailed at Green
Springs, the lightning struck the
residence of Frank Wehr, Esq., kill
ing Mrs. Wehr and badly shocking a
daughter, who it was at first thought
would die, but afterwards recovered
from the effects. It appears that
Mrs. Wehr was up stairs hanging up
clothes, when the lightning struck
the chimney and in its passage down
ward b' ruck and killed her. The
house was considerably damaged.
The funeral of Mrs Wehr took place
A boy nnmed Stury, about seven
miles from Upper Sandusky, died
last week from the effects of the ex
plosion of a gun some time since.
A substitute for Castor Oil a family
physic which is pleasant to take and
docs not distress or gripe, but is sure
to operate when all other remedies
have failed. It is a purely vegetable
preparation, containing neither Min
erals, Morphine nor Alcohol, the re
sult of fifteen years experimenting by
Doctor Samuel Pitcher. It is per
fectly harmless and far more effective
than Pills, Narcotic Syrups or Castor
Oil. By soothing the system it pro
duces natural sleep, and is particularly
adapted to crying or teething chil
dren. It kills Worms, cures Stomach
Ache, Constipation, Flatulency and
Derangement ot the Liver. No fam
ily can afford to be without this
article. It costs but 50 cents ask
your druggist to get it for you, and
he will always keep it.
Fresh Lime I
All the time at 18 cents a bushel
4 miles south of town.
Aug. 9-3w. Wm. Bishop.
Marriage Licenses. Marriage.licen
ses issued by the Probate Judge
during the month of August :
Peter Biggs and Anna Eyer.
Francis Linhart and Nancy Burns
John Wingate and Sophia Hoyle.
O. K. Smith and Mary A. Strickler.
Agustus Bitter and Sarah A Miller,
David Powell and Mary Solt.
John C. Wells and AvalineTylor.
Jobn M. Young and M. A. Cramer.
John R Evick and Mary A. Davis.
SoL Foglesong and Polly Fox.
Local Business Notices.
Db. Libbet continues to draw large
crowds at his rooms in 11. e Joy House.
The secret of this is the fact that he
takes no cases, but those given np by
other physicians, and cures them.
His next regular visit will be at the
Joy House, Thursday, September
R H. Holltdat, is opening in the
new room in the Odd Fellows' Block,
a fine assortment of Pi inos, Organs
and Melodians. Call and see him,
Sept. 6, '72
The co-partnership heretofore ex
isting under the name of Barney,
Sayder fc Co., is this day dissolved
by limitation. The debts due to, and
by the late firm will be received and
paid by W. E. Snyder.
B. B. Barney,
W. E. Shydeb,
S. H. Darst.
' Findlay, O., Aug. 23d, '72.
Tim business of the late firm will
ba conducted at "OLD WUliK
CORNER," by the undersigned.
We take this opportunity of thanking
customers of the late firm, for their
favors and will make it to their inter
est to continue to favor ns with their
17w2 W. E- OWDEB.
Stand not upon the Order of
But go at once and buy a bottle of
the fragrant Sozodokt. Yon will
never regret it. It not only beauti
fies and preserves the teeth, arrests
decay, but leaves the mouth cool,
and the breath as fragrant as a rose.
Spalding's Glue, cheap, convenient,
The Mu Blanchard Union School
will commence Monday, September
9, 1872, and promises to be more
largely attended than at any previous
term. The School Board have secur
ed the services of Prof. M. Burke, of
Adrian College, who is a thorough
and accomplished scholar. Special
attention will be paid to those who
wish to prepare themselves for teach
ing. All common and higher branch
es will be taught. There will be in
connection with the school a Literary
Society, which will afford good op
portunities for drill in Composition,
Debate, Parliamentary Law and
Criticism. All are invited to attend
who wish to secure a good education.
Tuition for Higher Department,
for Primary. 92 00 per term. Board
and rooms for self-boarding can be
had at reasonable rates. By order of
J. W. WINGATE, JAMES SEED,
buy a at
you have called npon Fred Sel
who keeps the Meyer, and oth
er known instruments which be
very low. He believes in
sales and small profits."
T N FORMS
ne is prepared
How To Go West.
is an enquiry which every one
have truthfully answered be
fore he starts on his journey, and a
care taken in examination of
will in many cases save much
time and money.
"C , B. & P. R. R running
Chicago, through Galesburg to
Burlington, and the "L, B. & W.
running from Indianapolis,
Bloomington to Burlington,
achieved a splendid reputation
last two years as the leading
Routes to the West At
they connect with the B.
R. R. and form the great Bur
Ronte, which runs direct
Southern Iowa to Nebraska
Kansas, with clote connections to
and the Territories; and
starting from Hancock
,on their way west ward.cannot
better than to take the Bublmoto
This line has published a
"How to go west,' which
mnch valuable information ;
correct map of the Great
which can be obtained free of
by addressing the General
Agent B. k M. R. R. Bur
Ib the Tax-PaAo
of the real
rate not to
a 4 k.
toe 8th day
Fahrney's Famous Remedy.
Dr. Fahrney's Blood Cleanser or
Panacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column.
ed by law.
Left my residence in Jackson town
ship, Hardin county, Monday night
last, a bay horse, three years old,
shod smooth before, left hind foot
white, a little white in forehead. A
liberal reward will be paid for his
return or information that will lead
to his recovery.
said, of said
as may oe
George W. Ruhl.
Wishes the farmers of Hancock
county, and others interested, to
know that he is making good Har
ness, Saddles, Bridles, Ac, next
door to the Jeff, office. He war
rants his work and sells it cheap.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
AT COST AT
PATTERSON & WINDERS.
for bargains go to
Patterson & Winders.
The best Sewing Machines in use
. rw . . t". - ".
are tnose at ay a, over viuzens-
Bank.' Call and see them.
George W. Ruhl. FINDLAY MARKETS.
Thursday, Sept. 5, 1872.
Eggs. 15 cu.
Gbaib. Wheatbette rat 11.20(31 25; Oat3
BuTTxa Dull at 10 eta for choice.
gAOoit. Bhoulder, 4c; tiidea, 6e llama, lue
CTTa . S
Bum - 1 3U(31 7S
EOGg - IS
Futiiju . o
Fuina-wh-t , g 00
W"AT,M , , , , 1 S
H i deb Oreen
DUCKS " ,
.! 0U(. JO
Thursday, Sept. 5, 1872. New Advertisments.
To my Fiiends and Custom !
Hereafter I will he fonnd at the Store ot
J. J. tUIIR & CO.
"HENOEBSOR'S OLD STAND,".
Where I cordially invite all my Mends and
l My best eflor
half be to deal
customers to call and
the future, aa in the
FAIRLY WITH ALL.
With a large stock of
and s general stork of
DRY GOODS !
am better prepared than ever to give my
J. R MA LEY.
II. AHUXBSOK. OBO. V. TBMDLBTOH"
ATTORNEYS at Law. Will attena careraiiy
and promptly to all kinds of business.
special attention (Wen to Titles; rrohaie
uiaturs,lonveyaDcing anu tuiiuaiuni
flee over Hubert' Drug store, north of Court
Bep. f. ISTJ-il
Cor. Frsat muti "at
FREMONT, - - OHIU.
H. KAUFFMAN, Proprietor,
I. n. Eckhart, Clerk.
Rneclal attention nald to Commercial Agents,
Hunting audjf lolling Parties.
LHi&rGw&mmam the firm here
tofore known as Keltner Keller, Is this
mutual consent. Dr. 8. A.
will continue the business at the old
H. A. KELTNER,
ls72-2w. J. O. KELLER.
the public that he has removed
& SHOE SHOP
Building. Main 8treet,w here
10 uo oil wora in nis una at as
neatly and promptly done. .
in Hancock county.
upon the Trustees of
Kleriort of Portay Townthip,
iwuuy, imis .
September 3, U72, j
Is hereby given that the following
request, signed by more than one
resident tax-paying electors ot said
of Portage, in xiai
Trustees of Portage Township, Han
county, bums ot vum ;
undersigned, resident tax-oavina
Portage townsh Ip, Hancock county,
than one hundred In number, re
spectfully request that you construct a Rail-
rowll&susiuiviwiipt wu vuv wiiuiniB uu
line of section twenty-two (21) In said
and the other terminus on the
of section thirty, Both of sold termini
the said Portage township.
that yon appropriate the sum of
Tbnnsand Dollars tauiuu) lor the eon-
of snob railroad, such sum being less
per cent, ot the assessed valuation
and personal property of said town
sh! Portage; that sold Mine Thousand
bonds 01 sua townsnip, witn inter
est attached, bearing Interest at a
exceed eight per cent, per annum.
semi-annually, on the first day of
sepiemoer; uw suon oonas oe ex
ecuted the Trustees of said township, at
u the Cleik thereof, the eoanona to be
by the Clerk of sold township only;
oonas do issueu in sums 01 not less
bandreddoUars, (f 100) nor more than
dollars (I1.U00) each, and paya
.ia and lnteresUat such Place as the
aforesaid may determine; payable
Treasury ui nancuca county, unio;
bonds be used in the construction
railroad as aforesald,nd In no other
that yon call a meeting of (he
electors of said Portage townshlp.on
of October, 1872, at the usual place
elections, and that at such meeting
electors of said township be re
vote fbr or against the construction
Railroad ; and also that you
of such meeting and vote as requlr
This request is made under the
Genejal Assembly of the Stoto of
xv.u.f kiuiit, et ai.
pursuance of said request, and as
by act of tbe General Assembly, vou
requested and called to meet for a
election at your usual place of holding
In said township,
Ootober 8, 1872,
hours of A. H. and ( P.M ., and
then and there to vote for or
construction, in manner afore
ptoposed Railroad .and the several
nereis speeinea. you will express
in regard to said several mat
tars thlnas bv voting on vonr ballots.
"Railroad Yes," or "Railroad No,"
your wisn, as proviaea oy taw.
RUDOLPH NEWMAN, f
Trustees of Portage Township.
Sranb, Township Clerk.
of life by
tbe path of
Ft W. & c. Railway.
AFTER June Zd.lKTZ, Trains will
Stations dally, (Sunday excepted.)
tbaxhs oonra WBST.
No. 1 I
(.83 a m
S I No. 7 I
11 .46 am
5.10 a m
TBAX2TS OOINO KABT.
SJOaml 8 20a ml SJSpm t.20pm
SJOam 1103nm 0.05 nm 12.4U am
12.05pml LX5pm IllSpml g.!5am
xjBpmix.iapml 1.42am tAI6am
3.43 pm! 4.14 p ml 3.50 a ml 6.J0 a m
6J Opml SJOnml 4JXI ami t.im am
UJOaml 50 pm! 4J0am 8J5am
12UMpml O.lHpml 5.00 a ml (.CO a m
iBpmi b.13 pmi 7.00am tuaam
t-wpnu sjupmi MOsm l.lOi
7J7pm UHin 1 11.05 a ml L2pm
05 pm) loo nlilt pml Uinm
dally, except Monday : Nos. 5. 7. g and
ewpi oauoay, os, m ana e asiiy
F. R. MYERS,
Uenerol Passenger and Ticket Aft.
I No. 4
WILL KAKJC HIS
SECOND VISIT !
ONTUESDAY, DECEMBER 3,72,
WUL RlHilN TERSE DATS,
Where he can be consulted on
Disease of the Kidneys
Diseases of the Bladder
Has discovered the most certain and only ef
fectual remedy in the world for weakness In
the back or limbs, strictures, afisctions of the
kidneys or bladder. Involuntarily discbarges.
potency, general oeDiuiy, nervousness.
spirits, eonrusion 01
heart, timidity, trem-
giaai ness, aisease 01
n. a flections of the
lungs, liver, stomach or bowels, those terrible
disorders arising from solitary habits of youth
secret and solitary practices, more fatal to
victims tnan tne songs oi tne sirens to tne
mariners of Ciysses, blighting their most bril
liant nopes ana anticipations, rendering
riage, 4us impossible.
especially, who have become tho victims of
solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive
ham I wnicn annually sweeps to an untimely
grave thousands of young men of the most
exaltea talents ana brilliant Intellest. who
misht otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thundering of eloquence.or
waked to ecstasy the living lyre may call with
BBsMs-tiiia or Tonnr men and ladles
ContmpUuiik, aiii iitiBs, . boiixa .aware of
I aMM otBir-MS,
He wno placet mmaeirunaer toe care oi w.
1 weakness. n WmhiiT,
vtat.tti.tr m.v miifftonslv ennfide to his hon
a genUeman. and confidently rely on bis
skill aa a physician. , .
. I utn,
MsmaWnSB-l BBS- BV I Pleau int.
distressing am lotion which renders life
and marriage Impossible, is the
paid by tho victims of Improper In
dulgence. Young persons are to apt to commit
not being aware of the dreat ful
that may ensue. Mow, who
understands the subject will pretend to
the procreation la lost sooner by
tailing Into Improper habits than by
T Besides being deprived ot tbe
of healthy offspring, tbe most serious
symptoms ol both body and mind
system becomes deranged, physi
cal mental functions weakened, loss of
power, nervous Irritability, dys
pspsla, palpitation of the heart, indigestion,
debility, and waste of tbe frame
consumption, aecay, ana early death.
Flshblatt graduated from one the most
Colleges In the United H tales, has
some of the most astonishing cures
ever known: many troubled with
tho head and ears when asleep,
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
bashfulness, with derangement of
Flshblatt addresses all those who have
themselves by Improper Indulgences
habits, which ruin both body
unfitting them ior either business;
some of the sad and melancholy
produce! by the early habits of youth,
Weakness of the back and limbs, pain in
dimness of sight, loss of muscular
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia,
Irritability 3ymtoms of consumption,
ol the digestive functions, Ae.
'The effects on tbe mind are
be dreaded. Loss of memory; eon
fusion ideas, depression of spirits, evil fore
boding, aversion to society, sell-distrust, love
timidity, Acw are some of the evils
of persons of all ages can now
is the cause of their declining
losing their vigor, becoming weak.
ana emaciatea, naving a singu
anout the eyes, eougn,
injured tbemaelyee by a certain
.4 .. I ...... t. .. An- h.KI. r-A-
lunula" w i u wuv, mm mm mtuim mmt
learned from evil companions, or at
theeSects which are nightly felt,even
and if net cured, renders mar
riage impossible, and destroys both body and
pity that a young man, the bope of
tbe pride of bis parents, should
from all prospects and enjoyments
the consequences of deviating from
nature, and indulging in a certain
Buch persona must before con
a sound mind and body are the
necessary requisites to promote connu
bial Indeed, without these the
through life becomes a weary pil
tne prospects uouny uaraen to tue
mind becomes shadowed
filled with tbe meiancnoi;
the happiness ot another
with our own.
becomes Flshblatt refers to the fol
lowing Professors :
S.Newton, M. D.
Roberts, UL D.
Allen, M. D.
Rivenburg, M- D.
Morgan Sweet, M. D.
Hermanee, M. D.
Mattei-man, M. D.
Snodgrasa, M. D.
Hadley, M. D.
Freeman, M. D.
Saunders; M. D.
Holden, M. D.
7, lS72-Sm. -
1878 ; and
PICI CUES ot every Klml and Slyle at the
rooiusol Ihe .NEW fliOTmiKAPll CO.
Tug Ssymour Pliotoppli Crapj
HaYing lensed and riicv.U! the Pbot
urupli Kimuis r Morri&on Jk VaiiJenarg's
Ue and Tinwaie storr, oppfxite iWtl Krl
lw UuiUiiiig, himI lU-i iKXupu-l l.j Will.
T. L.te, arc uuw jrt'inivU to mahe
PHOTOGRAPHS Asfl PiClUHES
Of Every Style.
Not those blotcheaofb.ack and whitejace
tluukly culled liseucMM!, Dut those brauliluW
ly executed works of the art, where the play
ol light and shadow Is nde to harmonize
and act well lis part la rounding out and
modeling the features. giving life Dd anima
tion to the expression, and thereby obtaining
a life-like representation of the Individual;
Instead ol those blank, white aires which
meet our gaze lnlookins; over almost any
person's album. Ihe Company have secured
the services of
Mr. C. H. Lanphear
As Operator, and they feel assured In sarins
that, from his exhibit of specimens of 1118
OWN WOKK.there is not liner artist In this
section, and the public are eordiailT invited
to call and examine the work lor themaelTesL
Mr. L. is an Eastern man one of those live
go-ahead Yankees, and has, of late, been con
ducting a urancn uaiiery oi me nan rnoto
xraph Co- at Tiffin, where he has wno many
customers and friends by the excellence of his
worK, ins close attention to ousiness, ana nis
gentlemanly deportment, and all may rent
assured that they wi II receive every attention
Mr I brine with him his own Apparatus,
which la of the latest invention and beat
make, and will spore no pains In the produc
tion oi nrtt-ciass wora, wniie tnose nice,
large heads from retouched negatives, will
be oneot the Specialties. He Is also i re oared
Stereoscopic or Large Views ,
Of Residences. Groups. Etc Special attention
fiv.ntnm.trin. Pluitmrpflnh. nf MuihlnsM
or Models of Inventions, (and Inventors are
iucsicii Miwl uuu euuiui mil Ir9cuinui
in that line.) in fact everything in the line
oi pictures iroin tne smallest uem to me
size portrait in OIL, INK. CRAYON AND
WATEB COLORS. Old Pictures CoDied and
enlarged, and finished in anr of the above
styles, and satisfaction guaranteed. Pictures
niaue oiueceasea persons wnen oesirea.
And our prices throusboat will be no hleher
than necessary to sustain us In making nrst
ehuswork, and thereby suiting our custom
ers. We shall soon have for sale one of the
Choicest Collection of FRAMEd ever oflered
to the Inhabitants of this City. Give us a call
oeiore going eisewnere.
HememDertne Place win T. t,yies uia
. " , -I I v.. u m c
low's Building. C. E. SEYMOUR at CO.
jrmuuiy.u- August ze-im.
To the fltetort 0 ntatant Townthip, Hancock
County, Ohio :
MORE than one hundred Tax-pay lng elec
tors ot said township having filed a ret
ail est with tho undersigned. Trustees, as re
quired by law, for a meeting of tbe electors of
saia townsnip to vote ior or against tne eon.
struction of tue following proposed Railroad
under an act of the General Assembly ot the.
StateofOhio, entitled "An Act to authorize
counties, cities. Incorporated villages and
townships to build Railroads, and to lease and
operate the same," passea April 23, HSU ; to
wn: To the Trustees of Pleasant Township, Han-
eocE county, unio :
The undersigned, resident tax-paying elec
tors of said township, earnestly request yon
to proceed according to law to construct a
railroad in said township with Its East termi
nus sS the West line of section twenty-live
( to the Westlineofsectiontwenty-nine(20)
both of said terminus being within sold toon-
shlpjof. "Pleasant. We also request that yon
appropriate tne sum 01 1 weniy-n ve 1 nousana
Dollars tt&.Oivi towards the construction of
said railroad, such sum being less than five
percenuof the assessed valuation of the real
and personal property of said township. Bald
sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars t5,0uu)
to Or 00 mis 01 saia townsnip, witn coupons
attached, bearing Interest at eight per cent,
per annum payable semi annually on the
first day of March and September ; that suen
bonds be executed by tbe Board ot Trustees of
sold township, attested by tho Clerk of said
lownsnip. i ne coupons to De ezecuteu oy tne
township Clerk aforesaid only ; that such
bonds be Issued In sums not less than one
hnndreu dollars, nor over one thousand dol
lars each, and shall be payable, princl pal and
interest, at such place as the Trustees may dea
ignate, either at the office of the Treasurer of
Hancock count v. Ohio, or in the city ot New
York. That such bonds be mode payable at
such lime or tunes as your jsoara may con
sider best for the Interest of tho township.
That said bonds be used In constsuctlng a
railroad between the points named and no
where else, we request mat you call a meet
ing of the Qualified electors of said township
on the 8th day of October, A. D. 1872, at the
usual place of holding eleeOonsand that at
such meeting such qualified electors of said
township be requested to vote for or against
the construction of said proposed railroad and
also that you give notice 01 suen meeting ana
Ma as reumred bv law. This reuuest Is
mau. -.tec the provision of an act of tne Gen
J. A2Su?lyof the btate of Ohio, passed
loigneu J. B. PREBLE, etaL
" - p " "SarTlBhip of
dnWUfflMni i i.i.l- ,r .1 fc. V
thai au li. rl tan. In .hall i ...rTTfv-.
uooup,sod saia ponds and coupons
attached shall be payable at the Ireas
Hancock county, Ohio, that said bonds
lntesest at toe rale of eight per
wuhlivnxiitpvriiiinuin puyaoie semi annu
ally the first day of Marcn and the first da v
each year. That of said amount
of ive Hundred dollars shall become
toe nrstaay of March, 1S74 ; and Five
dollars on the first day of Septem
ber, : and five hundred dollars on the first
March, 1K75: and Five Hundred dollars
first day or Beptember, 1875; and the
Beven Hundrea dollars on the first
March, 187; and the sum of Beven
dollars on tbe first dsy of Beptem
bei, and the sum of Beven Hundred dol
lars the first day of March. 1877.- and the
Beven Hundred dollars on tbe first day
octuciiiuci, Ao. i , auu tue sum oi seven
dollars on the first day of March,
tbe sum of Beven Hnndred dollars
first day of September, 1878 ; and the
Beven Hundred dollars on the first
jnareii, is,; ana the sum of Beven
dollars on the first dav ot Bentem.
and the sum ofSeven Hundred doU
tnenrstaayot March, 18B0; and the
Beven Hnndred,dollarson the first day
Beptember, 18M ; and tho sum of Beven
dollars on the first day of March,
the sum of Seven Hundred dollars
first day of Beptember, 1881 ; and tbe
One thousand dollars on the first day
1882 ; and the sum of One thousand
on the first day of Beptember, leKi ;
sum of Oue thousand dollars on the
of March, 1883; and tho sum of One
dollars on tbe first day of Beptem
ber, : and the sum of One thousand dol
lars the first day of March, 1884; and the
One thousand dollarson the first day
1884; and tbe sum of One thou
sand dollarson tbe first day of March, 18N5;
sum of One thousand dollars on tbe
of September, 1885 ; and the sum of
thousand dollars on tbe first day of
1880 ; and the sum of One thousand
on the first day of Beptember, lssti; and
of One thousand dollars on the first
March, 1887 ; and the sum of One
dollarson the Ant day of Septem
ber, and tbe sum of Thirteen Hundred
on the first day of March, 1888 ; and the
Thirteen Hundred dollars on the first
in pursuance of said request and as
by act of the General Assembly, you
requested and called to meet for a
election at your usual place of holding
In said township,
Tuesday, October 8, 1872,
the hours of S A. M. and J P. M, and
requested then and there to vote for or
the construction, in a manner afore
said, said proposed Rail Road, and the sev
eral herein specified. Yoa will ex
press opinion in regard to said several
and things by voting on your ballots
or "Railroad-No," aa
your wish, as provided by law.
JACOB OTTO. )
H. B. TOMASB,
THOMAS BROWN, Jr..)
Trustees of Pleasant Township.
will be received by the Trus
tees of Allen township, Hancock County,
their office in said township until 12
noon, on the 17th day of October, A.
for tbe construction of a railroad from
near the centre of the southwest quar
ter section (31) thirty-one, on the noith line
section in said township of Allen, in
oi nancoea ana Btate ot Ohio,
point will be the south terminus of
railroad; thence north to the north line
township, which will be the north
oi saiu roao, ana ootn or saia ter
mini within said townsnip of Allen; ac
cording to the terms of the act of the General
of the State of Ohio, entitled "so
antnonze counties, cities, incorporated
and townships to build railroads, and
and operate tne same." passed Anrll
and said Trustees will enter Into a
witn tne lowest responsioie Diauer,
whole of said road, or with the party
agree to build the greatest number
said road, for the sum of twenty-
thousand dollars (SH.OOO,) appropriated
payable In accordance with the pro
of said act, in the bonds of said town-
payable In accordance with the pro-
Issued for the purpose, pursuant to said
pruputaua wm im i jeivea accoraing-
with surety to the approval of the
far the fulfillment of the contract
required. The Trustees reserve the
reject any and all bids.
W. H. ROBERTS,
A. J. HARMAN.
Clerk, Allen Township, Hancock
will be received by the Trus
tees of Madtson townsnip, in Hancock
unio, at tneir oince in saia township,
o'clock, noon, on the 16th day of Oo
l, 1872, for the consi ruction of a
from or near the center of the south
quarter 11 oi section thirty-one, (31) on
line oi saiu section in said township
which point will be the south
of said rood; thence north to the
of said township, which will be the
terminus of said road, and both of said
are within said township of Madison,
to tbe terms of the act of the Gen
eral Assembly of the State of Ohio, entitled,
to authorise counties, cities, incorpo
rated villages and townships to build rail
roads, and to lease and operate the same,"
April 23, 1872. And said trustees will
a contract with the lowest responsi
ble lor the whole of said rood, or with
that will agree to build the m realist
of miles of said road, for tbe sum of
tnoosana uouars, (i,uuu,) appropri
ated therefor, payable) in accordance with the
of saiu act. In the bonds of said
uwued lor the purpose, pursuant to
miu prupuaats wilt oe received ac
cordingly. with security to the approval of the
for the fulllUliuent of the contract
Trustees reserve the right to reject any
PHILIP P. WILCH,
J. U BEES,
N. E. PRICE,
SAMUEL M. F. BAME,
Clcrk,Madisou Township, Hancock
WnX SX HELD TJt
OTiTl V JilTrA TT3D-
Septeiaber 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14; 1S72.
-W"gpWFeMaW'-M!PWPglaL?gT'...l JW' r'a." J.
af Q "
$30,000 JTO BE AWARDED m PRE1OT2ISI:
.mmkmg bow a ang-
t park of 100 seres.
SO asi. fee r xbIMUm wm
It m the Fersunent Balls, aa tee ase of 18,00
" squats test since law ysar. .
70,000 people can b provided with
good meals dsilr st the Dining npca
the grounds. .
-ruclea Mr Kxalbitlaai carried at the
i 'est rates given to stats Fairs.
eaaSrosNtts wd chxcgi only Half rare.
The ralehntel tOesad three feastb aula -
Trotting and Running Courses
Aisesnoected with tho Satr Grounds, by aa ' .
EJevated Bridge Acrsaa. St Clair Street,
Vs Ttettatt mast ttw Fat
iraasKta aavd TwmUtmg .
Premiums wm be competed ft by some oTthe
aost aotett sossnv
tVT Traelt has been laid to the Fsirl
Grounds bv the L. a A M. 8. R. R, sad a ooabfei
oek will e completed most of the dlstsneel
pa u ou a. K., running to the g aads,
by which misgssuants. visitors wm be rebevea
Toesdsy, I Wednesday, I Thursday,
aipea 1 . gioa 1 .
SK3tl FOB ratxMixx US.
J. P. B0BIS0M, PresX
6E0. W. HOWE, SeCy.
I .a vnw rr UTin AMD WI TM""
I mmmm m mmmmnmmmmmar
I 4 .k a HfM 1 nm- r ' - f
il I n aa- I S
Tn n n rr n rr. K tit ni"B
r.Khr MPM ii III II U
GROCERS AND BAKERS;?
ARE DAILY RECETVXNQ
TEAS, COFFEES &
Direct from Eastern Markets, and are Belli
PRICES that DEFY COMPETITION.
We ask particular attention to onr STOCK OF TEAS, at PRICES TO COJiroRJt
WITH THE REDUCTION OP THE TAX. . ' ' -A
- t S t :
WE ARE BELLING -..i
RED JACKET AND
ALSO, "WOODEN WILLOW and STONE T7AHZ.
We have Increased the capacity of oor BAKING DEPARTMENT, and are BOW turning- oat
Choice Fresh Bread, Cakes,': Rolls',
Graham and Rye Bread. ; 3
Goods Delivered to any part of the own
June 5, 1871-tf.
US A CALL
Thousand Cords LINN for HANDLES
Thousand Cordo OAK for STAVES
Thousand Cords OAK for HEADING
ALSO WISH TO BUY 1 .v. j.j
STAVES AND B32AIriVG
OP ALL sUDI FOR WHICH WI WILL PAT v . , J a
at the STATE and UJLXmJE FACTORY for further
MOORE, WISE & CO.
3rd 1872 7-3m.
closing oat their stock for the
next thirty days at s
to mate room for a
cost. Don't bay till yoa call
and see as.
Bushok, Winder &. Co.
HA6XOLIA BAJK gives to
tae Cesnnlexien the Fresh
eaa ef Tenth.
Maoxoua Baii overcomes the
aapearanee caused by heat, fatigue
excitement. It makes the lady of forty
but twenty, and so natural and per
no person eon detect Its application.
nae the roughest skin is made to rival
radiant texture of youthful beauty
redness, blotches, and pimples.
nothing that will Injure the skin
Massoua Balm is used by all fashionable
In New York, London and Paris. It
only 75 cents per Bottle, and Is sold by
and Perfumers. declt
FOR MAM AND BEAST.
Dav articles have ever bad
extensive a Sale, while none nave
more universally beneficial tnan
celebrated MEXICAN MUSTAKQ
Children, Adults. Horses,
Domestic Animals, are always
to accident; and it is safe to say,
no family can pass a single sea
without some auni or an emolli
oeinf necessary, it Decomes a
of importance then to secure
three hundred livery stables la the
New York alone ore using the Mxxi
cax Alio Lwixcrr, in all of which it
ETI Jf The gennlne is wrapped In a
i Plot engraving with "U. w. WemU
ChrwutL" and "Trade llark,MXXICAlf
ZjmMZXIV' engraved across
of the wrapper. Tne whose bears the
p rival United H tales Revenue
and not common stamp, aa used by
X.XOI aAsurAtrvstnu iu,
63 Park Place. Mew Vox
NOTICE is hereby given that the partner
shloheretottsrotnutsinc between! Adams
and W. D. Btewort, under the firm uun e of
lm. Adams COu at Benton Ridge, in this
county, is this day dissolved by mutual eon
sent. Those indebted to the firm wUl please
call and settle Immediately with W. D. Stew
art, who Is empowered to collect tne same,
and will continue the Grocery business at the
old stand, Ang-A, IS-tt.
8.D. Houpt ") Before D- B. Beards ley. J.
Va. VP-oKlndlT tw n. Hn.wk
John E. Lewis. J county, Ohio. . . ,
On the lath dav of Anoruit M72. salil Tnatiw
issued an order of attachment In tha ahovs
action for too sum of U 05. . -
findlay, 0 Aug. 19,77. B. D. HOUPT.
J ocob CromJey Before TX B. Beardslev. J. P.
vs. ot Findlay tow nahiOw lion
John E. Lewis. J cock county, Ohio. '
On the ISth day of August, A. IX, 187. said
Justice Issued an order of attachment in the
above action for in 7s. JACOB CROMLXX.
JTlnUiay, Ohio, July 19, 7i
THOMAS & HENDERSON, TIC WKRT
L Wheeler. Geo H. Wheeler. Marv T.
Wheelerand Frederick J. Wheeler.wllltake
notice that a petition was nied against them
on the 13th day of August, 1872, In the Court
of Common Pleas of Hancock eounty.Obiovby
Ellen Crawford, and is now Dendlne. wherein
said Ellen Crawford deroaods partition of the
following real estate, to-wlt : A certain outlot
a parcel of land lying ana being between the
una roaa ana tne soatn ena ot oatlots num
bered &,, ltt and U of John C. Howard's ad
dition of out-lots to the town of Findlay, in
saiu county ot n inn a, wio. ABU.oat-loc
no.onevi in ueorges sauiuon of out-lots to
the town of Findlay. in said eoontv of Han
cock, Ohio, and thalAt the next term ot said
court tbe sold petitioner will apply for aa
order that partition may be mode of sold
August u, una. - r.i.iiBiw tuAwruau.
VT'OTICE is hereby given to all whom It may
ll concern not to trust any oneon my ac
count, as I Wilt pay no aeDts so eon ireciea.
Aug. 30, T0-2t.
USE THE . - ,
red i::hse poucm
FOB ALL GKXKSAL JMSXA3U OF,
Stock and Poultry.
Cows CTJBix-Dr. MoOeerrX L H. McCor
mleka, Milton, Pa, .
CBJCKBIfS CUBBD OW CH0X.ZBA OA f"-
TW I 1 IT m(- WMIltlIL PSm VT- tJ. a.
. w.Btiekars.Joen sow
Davis, C. W. BtleXert, John, and
ner s, jsuton, rs. - .w
Hnndreds more ecu Id be cited whose stoca
mVLVvrtbywtlnt the RbsHobsb PowDBa
Prepared by iC, BROWN, Druggist,
Chemist. A HorMirtait,Na. 36 Brostd
wny, MlltOn. Pm. . - . .
PTfn,T"""S TXmber L lL
- Ma. C Bbowbi Dear Blr Th is Is to certify
that I have sold hnndreds of gross of tne Cele
brated Red Horse Powder to my trade, and In
everyesee It gave entire saUafactioo.
JOHN cThCRBT, Wholesale Druggist,
r S Market atreefePhlladelphla.
SHAMOKnr, PA-March 1, 187
Ma. C BBO w tlear
lease ship sse
Ate sras. sua
give better satisfaction than any
sold. Iflmlltagreatacine forehlcBem.
Yours truly, W.B.K0T-VR.
Few sale by W: l..MIlleaClslay
William Welch "Before D". B. Beardslcy. J.
William wo Cp j-iadiay towaahip Han
John ETLewis. J cock county, Ohio.
.k.nbarat August. A. DL 1SCX. sahl
jiujjnnlanwnl an order of attachment la the
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