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fgQEKIKS. OCT. 4, 1872.
Notice to Advertisers.
Jf,Il-trlbtl .mon, tbe reading matter
will p-wt- rH r line.
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SUMMER CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Monday, June
3d, Trains -will leave and ar-
brive at Indianapolis as follows :
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bt. Louis Express
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JOHN E. SIMPSON.
Da. Liner's next regular visit at
Jrludlay, will be'at the Joy House on
rDursday, October 10.
Jonx Mabels, Eq , in another
feamn oQen aome very fine blooded
rck at public sale.
Bo for the. Pall! Attention ia
especially called to the fine picture
lisplay of Y. B. Zsy, every picture
jeing bia own work.
Public Sale. A. E Iloon, on the
old Morrison farm, will sell, on the
21st imt, Horses, Cattle, Corn in the
Stock, Farming Utensils and House
fbold and Kitchen fortiture, &c
iDiL-lLd! Li. Kaiiro&d is com
pleted to Bluff ton, and Conductor
Marsh brought a load of passengers
np to onr Couny Fair this morning.
Good ! The same train took down a
load of freight. .
Asotdkb letter appears from Ex
Gov. Dennison giving the lie to.the
statement that the C. & T. RE. is
located, Sloane asserts. Won't the
Cilen'ds of onr Railroad interests be
anxious to vote for this man Sloane.
All persons desiring to have their
Pianos tuned by Mr. J. S. Marquis,
can leave their orders with B. IT, Hol
lydsy at tie new Book and Mneic
Mr. Marquis will be here in few
Wi give elsewhere the exact Dem
ocratic and Republican tickets to be
voted next Tuesday. Let all voters
compare and examine their tickets
carefully. Let every good citizen
consider it his sacred duty to see that
no man votes who is not clearly enti
tled to do so.
Notice. Any person traveling
through the country fixing clocks
and watches, and claiming to work
for me, la an impostor,as I do all my
own work, 1,1 my Store in Wheeler's
Block, Fmdlay, O., and hire no trav
E. S. KIMBER,
Thanks. Mr Jno. Beard, of Ma
rion township, baa our thanks lor a
basket of very fine Rambos.
Mr. Geo. Beck also bas onr thanks
to very fine peaches, which be
brought from Michigan. lie informs
us that the peach crop in that State
bas been an immense one.
The Courier says that Jackson
township waa carried for Railroad
last Monday, but fails to tell that
Jacob Thompson, Democratic can
didate for Infirmary Director, worked
all day against it, and waa bitter in
denouncing those who favored it
He will make a progressive officer.
Rxv. A. B. Fixlds plays the roll of
martyr in the Courier this week. It
is a terrible case of persecution. He
has been for several months occupy
ing a residence at the expense of the
congregation, and refusing to pay
rent therefor. The Trustees notify
Lim to leave the premises and be
howls persecution. Thin!
Messes. Job- Shskidav and Perry
G a be have entered into partnershfpand
propose to keep a Family Grocery
and- Provision Store. They are excel
lent and deserving men, well known
-awi such in Findlay, and need no rec
ommendation from ns. We hope to
see thera well patronized. See their
advertisement on third page.
Expiration of the Stamp Duty.
The stamp duty upon all documents
except bank checks, drafts, or orders,
expired Monday Sept. SO, in accord
ance with the recent act of Congress.
Hereafter, no stamp will be required
on any legal documents whatever, no
paper being subject to a stamp duty
except bank ohecks, drafts or orders,
as above mentioned. No stamp Is
required on foreign bills of exchange
Seturnsd from Europe. We were
glad last Tneaday to see the familiar
face of Capt. H. H. Alban on onr
streets once more on bis return from
Germany. The Captain bad a pleas
ant trip, and brings the good news
that his son is recovering slowly,
bnt will remain in Germany, where he
bopea he will regain bis health perma
nently We are glad to see Capt
Alban looking so well.
A Denial and a Query. We are
and requested to say that the state
merit in the Courier that theGrant Tan
ners had demolished Squire Goves'
melons and - stolen Granny Swarta's
grapes on thtir return from a meeting
at Croninger's Mills is false in every
Will the Cornier now inform ns who
were the chivalrous gentlemen among
the "Ureeley Guar da," who insulted
Mr. Roland, an 1 bos family as they
were on their way borne from the
meetine here last Saturday evening,
Tbeae gentlemen (j were returning
from a meeting at HcComb, and
meeting Mr. K. who had bur family,
and several ladies in bis wagon, with
out any provocation whatever grossly
incalted and abased them. ' There
are gentlemen among the "Greeley
Guards," and we are sorry that a few
low scamps should . bring reproach
npon them. .
JACKSON TOWNSHIP ALL RIGHT!
The .izens of Jackson township
last Mo: izy y a vote of 135 ujes'' to
35 "no" determine to hsuc bonds to
tie airount of 815.C00 to ai.l in the
construction of the Toledo & Colum
Dus Kailioad on ibe weetcrn line,
There had betn but little said on the
subject by tboae favoring tax, and on
Saturday it was discovered that a few
ol (hose opposed bad quietly worked
cp a letlirg against the proposition.
Tlie li iends of the tsx, however, nn-
diemayert, went to work with a wL'
aud dttermination that swept every
thing before them. This clears np
the last township in this county on
this Boar?, and we can corgralulate
ourselves on the fact that not one
township has decided against Riil
rftadi- All honor to the men of
Jackson township, who, laying aside
all other considerations, stood shoal
der to shoulder in a contest for pro
gress ana improvement, oioane a
little clectioneeiin story that the
Boad had been already located on
the Eastern line,had been assiduously
circulated n some quarters, but it
was soon counteracted. We trust
that before another year rolls around
the friends of the I load in Jackson
will hear the shrill whistle of the lo
comotive r it plunges across their
beautiful and fertile farms,
Days of Prayer for Sabbath schools.
Robert Coden, Esq , secretary of
the Ohio State Sunday. school Union,
sends out the following official call
for the observance of days of spe
cial prayer for Sabbath -schools :
"Responding to the call of the
Christian world, Ohio joins her sis
ter states, and invites all churches
and Sabbath-schools in the state to
observe the 20th and 21st days of
October, 1872, as days of special,
united prayer for Sabbath-schools,
observing, as nearly as circumstances
will per .nit, the following order, to
"That on Loru's-day morning,
October 20th, between 7.00 and 8.00,
all teachers should offer special pray
er, in private, for GjJ's blessing up
on their work ; especially in the con
version of their scholars to Himself.
'That in the afternoon of the dayi
the usual services should be varied,
and each school gathered for prayer,
the proceedings being interspersed
by suitable addresses.
"That in the evening of the day
the teachers meet for prayer, either
before or after public worship.
"That on Monday, October 21st,
between 7:00 and 8:00 A. M., all
teachers should again offer special
prayer, in private, for God's blessing
upon their work.
Tbatin the course of the day the
female teachers of each school should
hold a prayer-meeting.
That ia the evening a special
prayer-meeting should bo held by
every church on behalf of the Sunday
school, suitable and stirring address
es being intermingled with the pray
44 Appropriate topics for supplica
tion and intercession will present
themselves to all. Above every
thing, the prayers should be for a
special outpouring of the Holy Spir
it, imparting to the teachers heavenly
wisdom, to the scholars docility and
seriousness ; enkindling tne deeper
interests of the churches in the work ;
and leading, as a happy result, to a
large ingathering of the young in the
fold of Christ.
MAU friendly newspapers please
By order of the Executive Com
mittee. ROBBCT COWDES,
"Secretary Ohio State S. S. Union.
"September 23, 1872."
We stated a couple of weeks ago
npon the authority of the Toledo
Commercial that the ballot for Con
gressman was to be separate, The
Commercial has since corrected the
statement The ticket for Congress
will be printed aad voted with the
State and County ticket, as usual
PLEASE REMEMBER THIS.
Sons of the Dolly Vardens having
reported that Foster was colonizing
voters on the Continental RR , Gen.
Gibson took occasion in bis speech
Saturday night to say that it waa
wilfully and maliciously false ; that
in giving out the contracts on that
Road, no attention was paid to the
politics of either contractors or men.
Foster's competitor has a monopoly
of that kind of business.
List of Letters remaining in the
Post-office at this place for the week
ending Oct. 3d, 1872 :
Mrs. A. E Robinson
Miss H Rhamey
John H Saunder-3
Mrs J H La under-3
Simon G Homtick
Marenau 1 uanna
Ephron Trout -
for these letters
will please say they axe advertised.
THOS. E. ADAMS, P. M.
A friend hands us a copy of a Dem
ocratic State Ticket of the year 1867.
It is headed as follows ;
On Constitutional Amendment, (giving Ne
groes the right to vote and hold officii
ALLEN G. THURMAN.
&c., &c., &c.
And yet these Dolly Vardens have
the impudence to claim that the col
ored men will help them to get into
Thk Courier makes no friends for
its party by abusing the Grant Tan
ners, and insinuating that they would
engage in horse-stealing, burglary,
fec. There never waa a more orderly
set of men paraded in the streets of
Findlay than the procession of Satur
day night. We beard of but one dis
turbance, and that was an unprovoked
and cowardly attack on a peaceable
man by a drunken ruffian of the Courier'-own
party. The Grant Tanner
was assaulted from behind, while
standing talking to another party .with
his wife leaning on bis arm. From all
that we can gather in regard to the
matter, it was a cowardly, sneaking,
Rad carefully the article on the
parity of elections on our first page,
and then take steps to secure the or-
rett, on the tpot, ofetery man who
attempt to vote illegally. Watch the
Fro the Jeffersonian.
TUNE—Rosin the Bow.
Now this golden rale we will follow
"Be sure 70a are right." Crockett said.
And this we will keep aa oar motto.
We al ways can "then go ahead !"
So, boy, we with Grant will go forward.
And never will think of retreat.
And ail thoee that leave and light backward,
we 11 g'-ve a most thorough defeat.
Their tactics are never successful.
woo ever has known them to win.
It make their defeat more disgraceful.
And deepens remorse and chagrin.
And It make them appear very awkward
When they lay their old principles by.
And then Ilk the crawfish go backward
And make themselves very "small fry."
Their object appears to be office.
He laming the Just and the good.
Or, it mar hare a mixture or malice.
Or It majr be a lack of manhood.
This detestable amalgamation
Mast not be permitted to rale.
Forth way Horace Greeley has acted.
He most be a knave or a fool.
Some States they have acted most nobly.
Hare you beard what they done down In
They've got them so handsomely routed
They never can rally again.
And Vermont and North Carolina,
Have proved themselves loyal and true.
And now we will cheer and hurrah boys ;
Hurrah for the "red, while and blue V
And now w will at them In earnest,
We all have a duty to do.
And when we have got them all slaughtered,
Well cheer for the "red, white and bluer
And when we have taken their hides off.
Well throw them aside In a pile.
And then If the "Tanner" won't use them ,
Why then they may lay till they spoil.
And now then for Grant and for Wilson,
The honest, the brave, and the true.
It's three hearty cheers we will give them.
Then three for the "red, white and bine !"
FlSDLAT, Sept. 28, 1872.
The following is a copy of the Re
publican and Democratic tickets. See
that your tickets are correct :
Republican State Ticket
For Secretary of State,
ALLEN T. WIKOFF.
For Judge of Supreme Court,
For Member Board of Public Works,
RICHARD R. POBTEB.
Republican Congressional Ticket.
For Member of Congress 10th District
Republican Judicial Ticket
For Judge of Common Pleas Court, 4th
Sub-Division, 3d Judicial District,
Republican County Ticket.
For Probate Judge,
HIRAM W. HUGHES.
JOHN S. RUHL.
For Clerk of Court,
EDWARD B. HOWELL.
JACOB E. BEESON.
For Infirmary Director 3 years,
For Infirmary Director 1 year,
OREN A. BALLARD.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of Stats,
For Supreme Judge,
JOHN I GREEN.
For Member Board of Public Works,
ISAAC B. RILEY".
Democratic Congressional Ticket.
For Member of Congress, 10th District,
RUSH R. SLOANE.
Democratic Judicial Ticket.
For Judge of Common Fleas Court, 4th
Sub-Division, 3d Judicial District,
JAMES S. PILLARS.
Democratic County Ticket
For Probate Judge,
SAMUEL B. HUFFMAN.
JAMES L. HENRY.
For Clerk of Court,
JOHN D. BISHOP.
For Infirmary Director, 8 years,
For Infirmary Director,' 1 year,
FRANK J. KARST.
DO YOUR DUTY.
We appeal to every Republican to
do bis whole duty on next Tuesdsy.
Every effort will be made by the
opposition to seduce Republicans
into trading votes, in order to carry
their point. Don't trade a single
vote. Stand by your colors and your
cause, and thng say to your opponents
that there is a pnnciple underlying
your notion which yon will not bar
ter. VOTE THE WHOLE TICKET.
Thk young man, A. S. May, of Mt.
Blanchard, who goes to so much
trouble to let the people know
that he is a Greeley, man attaches
more importance to the fact than do
those who know bun. He will not
have a vote for several years, and as
long as be keeps up bis present asso
ciations (not political) bis Influence
will not be very much felt. His letter
particularly the apology to Mungen
oI Is its own best antidote. Re
spect for bis family and relatives
prevent us from further notice of bis
The mean fling of the Courier in
regard to the family of Mr. John Rhnl
Republican candidate for Sheriff, will
make that gentleman f0 votes in the
town of Findlay. Like the Courier's
article two years ago, headed 'The
Gates of HeU, it can only have one
good effect, viz : To render doubly
sure the election of Mr. RuhL Will
the Courier ever learn that soch ar
guments only injure those who resort
to them ?
CONTEMPTIBLE. STILL THEY COME!
Chas. P. Prentiss, Esq., of Monroe
ville, who was one of the Democratic
candidates for Congress before the
Fremont convention, bas openly re
oounced Dolly Vardenism, and come
out for Chas. Foster for Congress.
Mr. Prentiss is a very influential Ger
man, and bis detection will be serious
ly felt by the Sloanites .
Buchoh. Wiudsrs St Co. have a
new advertisement this week. Every
body in attendance at the Fair should
call and inspect their goods.
Oae-half the people cannot take
Catlor OH from its terrible nauseating
Ute, and recoil in the throat The
Castoria prepared by Dr. Pitcher is
purely vegetable, perfectly harmless,
pleasant to take, and more effective
than Castor OiL It does not distress or
gripe, but regulates th6 system, and
operates when all other remedies have
failed. It acts 'ike magic for Stom
ach Ache, Constipation, Flatulency,
Croup and Worms. It contains neith
er Minerals, Morphine nor .Vlcohol.
Its soothing, quieting effect, produces
natural sleep, and particularly adapts
it to crying and teething children.
No article has ever met such unquali
fied endorsement by the Physicians.
Take no more Bitter Pills, Narcotic
Syrups, Griping Purgatives or Sick
ening Oils. The Castoria costs but
35 cents, and when once tried you
will never be without it.
Our County Fair. From present
appearances this morning onr Fair
promises to be the most successful
ever held in the county. We have
not had time to visit the grounds, but
expect to give a full report next
week. The attendance is very large.
Local Business Notices.
I will offer at Public Se, at my
residence, in Eagle township, Han
cock county, O., on
T. U '72
The following personal property,
to-wit : Three bead of horses,
My Entire Herd of Thorough
Bred and Grade Cows,
And Heifers, all with calf by the
Thorough-Bred Bul,"Duke of Blanch
chard." Also the "Duke of Blanch
chard' and Three Bull Calves ; 200
head of Sheep ; 75 Lambs ; 2 Cotswold
and 2 Merino Bucks, and some buck
lambs ; Hay in the Slick, Harness,
Farming Utensils, etc Terms made
known on day of sale.
B. F. Joxes, Auctioneer.
First Arrival of
NEW STOCK OF-
Paisley Shawls !
Bushon, Winders & Co.
Hope told a flattering Tale
But never even anticipated so divine
a preparation for the toilet, as that
delightful preparation "Sozodont."
So cool and refreshingly agreeable
to the mouth and teeth, hardens and
invigorates the gums, gives a pure
and healthy tone to thebreath, cleans
es, beautifies and preserves the teeth,
and arrests decay.
Spalding's Glua with brush, always
George "W. Buhl,
Wishes the farmers of Hancock
county, and others interested, to
know that he is making good Bar
nes?, Saddles, Bridles, -C, next
door to the Jsff. office. He war
rants his work and sells it cheap.
The firm of John Adams & Bro.
being dissolved by mutual consent,
the books of the old farm must be
settled up either by cash or note.
They will be found at John Adams'
Stove and Tin Store, No. 30, Goit
House, Findlay, Ohio.
Sept. 27, 1870-4 w.
R H. Holltdat, is opening in the
new room in the Odd Fellows Block,
a fine assortment of Pnnos, Organs
and Melodians. Call and see him.
Sept. 6, '72
Don't buy a Piano at two prices
until you have called upon Fred Sel
bach, who keeps the Meyer, and oth
er well known instruments which he
sells very low. He believes
'quick sales and small profits."
How To Go "West.
This is an enquiry which every one
should have truthfully answered be
fore he starts on bis journey, and a
little care taken in examination of
Routes will In many cases save much
trouble, time and money.
The 'C , B. & P. It. R running
from Chicago, through Galesburg to
Burlington, and the "L, B. k W.
Route," running from Indianapolis,
through Bloomington to Burlington,
b'ive achieved a splendid reputation
in the last two years as the leading
Passenger Routes to the West. At
Burlington they connect with the B.
4M.E.R. and form the great Bur
lington Route, which runs direct
through Southern Iowa to Nebraska
and Kansas, with c'.ote connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting' from Hancock
County ,on their way west ward.cannot
do better than to take the Bubltbotoi
Routb. This line has published a
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 the General
Passenger Agent B.41LE. R. Bur
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.
Thursday, Oct. 4, 1872.
EOGS. 20 CtK.
GRAix.-Wlieatbct'.erat3I 3; Oats 23
ECTTEK Dull at 12; cu for choice.
Bacon. Shoulder, 4c Sides, 5c; Hams, loc
W H EAT
Soaf Country .
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, October, 1.
Beef CATTi.E-RecelpU lor to-day were,
Including cars to arrive, 1.139 head.maUng
the supply for the week thus far, 4,111 head
or 212 cars, against 273 cars last week. The
market was the flattest and dullest lor the
opening day of the season. The attendance
was lair, but the nawsol the overcrowded con
dition of the eastern markets paralyzed trade.
There were a few prime to good droves In the
yards, which sold tardily at last week's clos
ing rales. Common stock wa neglected ex
cept to supply the wants of tile local trade.
and there was not sufficient trade to justify a
quotable market. Bales of S3 Ohio steersj
Bs at $7 25; CI Indiana steers, 1,269 bL, at
16 60, with f 1 00 per head off, and 18 Indiana
steers, 903 Hi, at St 23.
Sheep and LAxur-RecelpU for to-day
were 2,210 head, making the total supply for
the week thus far 3,600 bead, against 8,000 heaa
last week. The market has not fairly opened
Sales were made of 408 Indiana sheep, aver
aging 85 fts, at Si 23; 636 Michigan sheep.
ranging from 80 to 81 Ha, at IS 50.
Hoos Receipts for to-day.400 head .making
the total for the week thus far 18,500 head.
against UJSC3 head last week. The market
opened lively this week, with a superior
quality of stock at the closing rate of last
week. About 3, BOO head ot prime to good
hogs sold yesterday at prices ranging lrom
H 75?j5 5. Trade is not so active to-day, but
Drlees are unchanged. 321 Indiana, ranging
from 192 to 2S3 B, at f 1 9o5 00 and 114 Michi
gan, averaging 182 Be., at N CO.
CHICAGO, October, 1.
Beef Cattle- Receipts to-day, 3.303 bead.
The market remains excessively dull, with
the pens o verflowln g with stock, mainly Tex
ans.and there was absolutely nothing doing.
Sales at J2 80(33 37. Shipments, 1,021 head.
Hogs-Receipts to-day, 9,081 bead. The
market Is active and firm at f 1 6035 10 for fair
Sheep Receipts to-day, 1,129. The market
was dull and unchanged.
HERNDON RICHARDS By Rev.
esldence of Ca xu W.
R. Richards, of Carey, O., on the eve. of Sept.
26, 1S72, Mr. Joseph Herndon. of Carey, Ohio,
and Miss Mollle Richards, of Findlay, O.
MYERS PRICE At the residence of Rev.
D. Uray, in Findlay, on the2Hh day of Sepu,
lb72,Mr. Michael Myers to Miss Lucy Price,
bom oi uancocK county, unio.
BTTRK NETJSSER Sept. 22d. at the resl
deuce of W. H. Yoder, Mr. Samuel M. BurK to
Mia bopnia reusser, au oi r lnutay.unio.
SMITH BYAL Sept. 26, at the V. B. Par
sonage. Air, Benjamin u. emiin to juiss nuia
uyai, ail oi f inuiav, unio,
CHAMBERLIN PUGH O nThnrsday
morning. Oct. 3d, by Rev. W. 8. Peterson, Mr.
Irvln S. Chamberlin and Mrs. Nellie .Pugh.
all of Findlay.
FXANIGAN ZIMM ERMAN At the U. B.
Parsonage. Thursday morning. Oct. 3d, 1872,
Mr. Jacob Flaniganand Miss Katie Zimmer
man, all of Washington township. Hancock
TO FARMERS :
As another clover season Is now here, we.
the undersigned seed-dealers, have a sugges
tion to make to farmers. We think it to their
Interest to see that the clover-seed tbey have
lor sale this year Is in Merc ham table order.
Dont rely on clover-hullers to clean your
seed ; but run It through a tanning mill after
the huller has made It as clean as it can. - It
will pay you, as all dealers will be uiore par
ticular this year, as there was complaints
from all quarters last year that our seed was
not fit for market on account of dirt, sterna,
Bring your clover-seed In c.ean.lfyou want
the Highest Market Price.
DARST & McKIWNIS,
"Old White Coraer."
FOR the Autumn and Winter, In every city
and town in the United Slates. Paying
employment at nome.and liberal oners made.
f or tun particulars write to
E.G. STORK E.
Oct. 4. 1872-Cw. Auburn, N. Y,
Sheridan & Gniso !
WOULD Inform the people of Hancock
county that they have opened a Family
Grocery and Provision Store, in the room
formerly occupied as a Tobacco Store by R.
B. Hurcl, West side ot Main street, third door
south of the "Joy House," where they will
keep a full stock of
In fact everv thine usually keot In a Family
Grocery, MThe highest Maraet Price paid
or ail Kinus oi uounuy prouuee.
Oct. 4, 1872-2W
Tuesday, IVo v. S, IS73
THE STATE OF OHIO.1
HAS COCK COUNTY, ss. f
The Qualified Elector of Saul
VTHEREA8, by a law of the State of Ohio
' ' regulating elections, it Is required of the
sheriff to give notice before the time of hold
ing a General Election, by proclamation
Mwutuiut iub coaoif oi me ume on vm
soch election shall be held ; In pursuance ot
County, do hereby notify tbe qualified elec
tors of said county to assemble in their re
sneetiVA Invnil,!,. k. i iAA it
hold elections, on
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1872,
And tfien and there proceed, as tne law di
rects, to vote lor
Two Electors, for the State at Large,
Prestat aiiJ Tice PresMent
Or the United States, In pursuance of the
Constitution of Cm Led Slater and ol this
Given onder my hand an4 seal, at
the SherlO's Office in Findlay, this
thirtieth day ot September. Anno
Domini, one thousand eight hundred
She rittof Hancock Co, O.
Will find the Largest and
THE EMPIRE ST0EE,
Bushon, Winders & Co
200 FEET ROOM
The Nicest and
Silk and Irish Poplins,
French and English Merinos,
Black & Colored Alpacas,
ILadics' Under Garments !
A. 3 3 KINDS
We will save vou Monev.if vou call and see us
before purchasing your
Cheapest Stock of Goods
FULL OF GOODS
Cheapest Stock ol
OF DOMESTICS i!
Hats & Caps
Fall and winter oooas
WINDERS & CO.
HEAD QUARTERS I
To my old friends and
I have the pleasure to announce
that I am now engaged at the old and
reliable Dry Goods and Clothing
House ot Barnd & Tnrleys.
An examination ox our
Goods and Prices is re
G. S. KOSHER.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
PATTERSON & WINDERS.
JOB BASOAIKS GO TO
FaTTKBSON & WCTDSBS.
Two Fair First-Class
MILL BURRS !
And other Mill Gearing
All in Good Order.
A PPly, JAMES a SONS.
Three Miles East ol Findlay,
Sept. J7-4W In Marlon Township.
r w. MeMahan) Before D. B. Beardsley, J.
vs. P, Findlay township,Han-
G. r. BaoeocK. J coca county, umo.
. -rtvnrv. la herabv riven that said Justice la.
lV an order of Attachment In the above
Bept-. 71-3t AUoruejs for Plaintiff.
RED liOHSE POWDER
FOB ALL GKXBBAL DlSIaSIS OF
Stock and Poultry.
noun Cr-aiD or Ourssma. Aaron Bnyw
der's, U.S. Assistant Assessor. Mount Ktna.
p, ; c. Baton's Livery and KTChanssBUb .
Hobsks CuarnoT Forxnvm. Wolfc wll
helm'a, Danville, Pa, A- Eli la. Merchant,
Wasbingtonvllle, Pa, ; 1. 'lee Bloanakars,
Jersey Shore, Pm.
HoBsm Cunao of LCSO FaTVDLi He
Bros-, Lewisburg, Pa.
Ho in ccun of Colio Thomas CUSf-
man'a. Union eouniy Pa.
HOGS UUBBD Or tHOLI H, HIT a, '
Coirs Cukkjjw Dr. MoUeery'B, X. H. McCor-
ijLT.Kreoa.waiaoniown.rsto. jt. v. .
ris. j. w.Bueera.40aa
pb, muion, r
nUUUIwUS UlUIw wv www w mmv --
was saved by using ihe BxoKoxsa Fownaa
T. w.mA fc r stsmafif nnlt
Chemist, at Hofwman,No. 36 BrwSMt
way, Milton. Pa.
. iiriunBKi. December LUTL
C. Baows Dear Sir : This Is to certify
, i i I f nf iri. I '.lii
brausd Ked Hot Powder to m Tirade, and In
OHH C. HURST, Wholesale Drasglat.
83S Market btreet. PhiiTph.
BHAaxozrjr, r, arcn i, io.j.
l c Brown tMr Sir :-Pleaa ship aoe
ut UrwM Powder. Sue alas, and
boulout. I flna your Bed Horse Powder to
I flnd It a creu n
Fer mU Vf r. V UIer C Uay
Joi ,tB72-f in.
Toorairaiy. w. i
Teachers Institute I
will be held at th Union School Building,
Findlay, Ohio. Commencing
Monday Oct, 28, 1872,
and continuing Ave day. Arrangements
have hMB midi bv which the services of
Snpt. Harvey, of Columbus, and Profs. De
Wolf and usden, have been secured aa In.
tractors. The teachers of the county are
earnestly requested to be present with us. as
we none to maae iais session 01 our j.nsuiute
both pleasant and prod table.
Aug. 13, 1872. td. COMMITTEE.
Notice to Contractors.
PROPOSALS will be received by the Trus
tees of Alien township, Haneock County.
Ohio, at their office in said township until
o'clock, noon, on the 17th day of October, A.
D. 173, for the construction of a railroad from
a point near the centre of the soulhwest quar
ter of section (81) thirty-one, on the sooth Una
of said section in said township of Allen, In
Ik. MintV AT nlMMK UU DUU Ol UUU.
hth rmi it will bA the south terminus of
gala raiiroaa; loeneo norva tv ui. uwtu uuv
i l1i lAwnihln- which will be the north
terminus or sahi roaa, ana rau oi u wi-
cording to the terms of the act of the General
Assembly of the State of Ohio, entitled "an
minl mm wimin saia townsniD oi Alien; ac
act to autnonse eounuea, ciun, inwrponwu
villages and townships to build railroads, and
n &nd anermtA tne same." tisssed April
13d. 1072, and said Trustees will enter Into a
contract wiio me iovm minnNui imuuv,,
tor the whole of said road, or with the party
that will agree to build the greatest number
ot milesof said road, for the sum. of twenty
four thousand dollars (t3400.) appropriated
therefor, payable lh accordance with the pro
visions of said act. In the bonds of said town
ship. Issued for the purpose, pursuant to said
act, and proposals will be received according
i Bands, with suretv to the approval of the
trustees, for the fulfillment of tne contract
will be required. The Trustees reserve me
right to reject any and all bids.
-v - 'w a ROBERTS,
A. J. HASMAN.
Township Clerk. Allen Township, Haneock
Sept. t, kTZ-oXTwS.
To my Frieiiils and CUn!
Hereafler I will be found at the Btore of
J. J. WDBELER & CO,
"HENSEBSOJi'S OLD STAND,"
wim r mi rrii.ilv (tivlUi all mv friends and
enstomers to call and see me. My be efforts
the future, aa In the past, ana- ne to oeat
FAIRLY WITH ALL-
With a Urge stock of
and general stork of
DRY GOODS !
I am better prepared than ever to glva taj
J. B. 1IALET.
Subscribe for the
READ and REFLECT
LET US HAVE PEACE.
CIRCULATE THE PAPER
The coming Campaign will be an
exciting one. It is evident that the
Democ ratio party will assume the
Possum Policy,'' make no nomination
at Baltimore, and support Horace
Greeley for the Presidency. The lea
ders of that organization are wheed
ling and driying the rank and file in
that direction. Those who love con
sistency will not follow such leaders.
We do not propose to send out our
paper at reduced rates tor the Cam
paign, but will furnish to all names
sent in at
150 Cents for 3 Months,
$1.00 for 6 Months
Let every Republican con
sider TiiTTuwlf a Committee of
One to send in tne names.
Pass by no man who
does not take the Paper.
WILL MA.EK HIS
ONTUESDAY, DECEMBER 3,72,
will mm TEW MS,
Where he can be consulted on
Disease of the Kidneys
Diseases of the Bladder
TRICTTJEE, WEAKNE3 S,
Has discovered the most certain and only ef
fectual remedy in the world for weakness In
the back or limbs, strictures, affections of the
kidneys or bladder, involuntarily discharges,
im potency, general debility, nervousness,
dyspepsia, languor, low spirits, confusion of
Ideas, palpitation of the heart, timidity, trem
bl Ing, dimness of sight or glddl ness, disease of
the head, throat or skin, attentions of the
lunga, liver, stomach or bowels, those terrible
disorders arising from solitary habluof youth
secret and solitary practices, more fatal to
victims than the songs of the sirens to the
General Election !
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 1872.
THK STATS OF OHIO, I
7o the Qualified Elector of a
- . I. Qka m1at
ing Election., tbrein, A.- AaJ?-S
Ohio, -ibrwaid, do feereby procli-im and maJte
skauw U MUM tug
SECOND TUESDAY OF OCTOBER,
a V- ll tli nslind Alcvht hnlldTCd
andseventy.two.lt being lh. eighth day of
said month, la by the ConstltuUou and Law.
of said Slat, appointed and mad. a day on
which tb. qualified electors ol said wanlj
shall meet at the proper place. .ho'u5n
elections lc their respective townships, Be
tween the hours of six o'cioc j rrz
o'clock P. M, of said day, and praoe-dto
by ballot, tbe following Btat. and County
One person for Secretary of State.
One person for Judge oi the Su
One Tjerson for Member of the Board
a PnHifl "WnrVa
I One person for Representative in
rm. ilia Tantn flnwi i eatlonal District of
Ohio, composed of the eountlea of Erie, H
ron, Sandusky, Seneca and Haneock
One person for Judge of the Court
of Common Pleas.
.,. . cwi1b. a! lh. rnnrth
Judicial Dlstrtot, composed of the eounUes of
nu T?iMek. Wvandot. Crawford. Ma
rlon and Wood eountlea
One person for Probate Judge.
One person for County Treasurer.
One person for Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas.
Cne person for Sheriff!
One person for Commissioner.
One person for Surveyor.
One person for Coroner.
On TMtron for Infirmary Director,
One person lor Infirmary Director,
I one year.
mariners of Ulysses, blighting
hopes and anticipations, rendering mar
riage, TO TRUSTEES
especially, who have become the victims of
solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit which annually sweeps to an untimely
grave thousands of young men of the most
exaltea talents and brilliant Intellect, who
might otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thunderinioi of eloquence.or
waked to ec the Uving lyre may call with
Married persons, or young men and ladles
contemplating marriage, being aware of
physical weakness, organic debility, deforml.
Hff who place, himself under the care of Dr.
FUhblatt, may religiously eon Ode to his hon
or a gentleman, and confidently rely on his
skill aa a physician.
Immediately cured, and full vigor restored:
Thia rltmHMlnz affliction which renders life
miserable and marriage Impossible, la the
penalty paid by the victims of Improper In
diligence. Y oung persons are to apt to eommit
excess from not being aware of the dreac ful
consequences' that may ensue. Mow, who
that understands the subject will pretend io
deny that the procreation la lost sooner by
tbose tailing Into Improper habits than by
thanrudentr Besides being deprived ot the
pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious
destructive symptoms oi ooin oouy maa minu
&rlKA Th. .vHtem becomes deransed. physi
cal and mental functions weakened, loss of
proereallve power, nervous Irritability, dys
pepsia, palpitation of lb. heart. Indigestion,
constitutional deblUty, and waste of the frame
cough, consumption, decay, and early death.
Dr. Fishblatt graduated from one the most
eminent Colleges in the United States, has
effected some oi tne most asionmning cures
that were ever known; many troubled with
ringing In tbe head and ears when asleep,
mat nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
sounds, bashfulness, with derangement of
mind, were immediately cureu.
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. Fishblatt addresses all those who have
Injured themselves by improper tnauigence.
nrf nliun babiu. which ruin botb body
and mind, unfitting them for either business;
sudy, society or marrisge.
These am some of tbe sad and melancholy
effects produced by the early bablta of youth,
vis: Weakness of the back ami limbs, pain in
the breast, dlmnese of sight, low of muscular
power,- palpitation or tne nean, aypep
H. nniant ol the dlemllve functions, Ac
MENTALLY. The streets on the mind are
much to be dreaded. Lossnf memory; eon
fusion of ideas, depress len of splriw. evil fore
k,.iin. .nnkn m social v. sell-dlslrust, love
of solllude, timidity, Ae, axe some of the evils
Tk.,n.an,i, Af nersons of all asev can now
Judge what Is the cause of tneir ueciining
ueaitn, tobiu. w -. . ,
pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singu-
lar apperucw, j , . , ..
ymptons of consumptions.
hit h... ininrorf themselves bv a certain
ttMt indniMd when alone, a bablt fre-
auently learned from evil companions, or at
school, tbctlects which are nightly felt,even
wuen asieep, uu n u - -
rlage lmpexmble.and destroys botn body and
, ,l . Kn 1.1 -rtnlv immMlla,telv.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of
ik. inirr. the pride of bis parenw. should
h.naiihd from all prospects and enjoyments
OI 111. uy me wiuwjwuw. " -
ih. n h nl nature, and Indulirinff In a certain
secret bablt. Buck persona must before eon-
. ,k-t ,n.H miiiH .nd hoilv ar. the
moat necessary requisites to promote conno
hiai hanniiu Indeed, without them the
Jou'ney throogh Hie becomes a weary pil-
anmaKe. tne prospecia awiny ukmu
?..."...' l .l .l.l..l with
spair'and filled with the meianofaoly refiee
tion that tbe happiness of another becomes
blighted with our own.
Dr. FishbLaU refer tm the fol
low In s Professora :
E. S. Newtorj, M. D.
C. I. Eoberts. SL D.
J; Heine, L D.
Paul Allen, M. D. X.
Calvin Eivenburg, ED.
H. If organ Sweet, M. D.
H. Hermanee, M. D.
W. W. Matterman, M. D.
J. E. Snodgrass, M. D.
Isaac Spanges, M.D.
W. W. Hadley, M. D.
Edwin Freeman, SL, J).
Hilton Saunders, M. D.
Cliarlea Hart, M. D.
Alex WUder, M. D.
B. C. Smith, M. D.
E. Bay, M. D.
OF NEW YORK.
September, 2, lK2-3m.
ajtd Wbxsbas. bv an act of th. Legislature
ot the State of Ohio, passed February , urn,
it ia made the duty of the rlhertff. at the time
of proclaiming th. ElecUon, to give notice to
tbe Trustees of the several Townships, of th.
number of persona to be retnrnea aa juror,
from each Township. t
Tbe appointmenu of Jurors, aa made by th.
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, to b.
returned, la aa follow. :
Given under my band and seal, at
i uie ouenu Willi-, in r ,u,-j
ka. t sixth day of September, Anno Domini
J one thousand eight hundred and aev-
J-. HAMCEfj MTERS,
Bherlffof Haneock County, O.
Notice to Contractors.
PROPOSALS will be received by th. Trus
tee, or Madison townsnlp. In Hancock
county.Ohlo, at their office In said township,
until 11 o'clock, noon, on th. loth day of Oc
tober, A. D, lava, for th. construction of a
railroad from or near the center of th. soulh
west quarter (H) of section thirty-one, 131) on
the south line of naid section In said township
of Madison, which point will tm th. sooth
terminus of said road; thenc north to th.
north line of said township, which will b. th.
north terminus of said road, and both of said
termini are within said township of Msdlson,
according to the terms of lb. act of lb. Gen
eral Assembly of thaStat. of Oblo, entitled,
"an act to authorise enuntles, cities. Incorpo
rated village, and townships to build rail
roads, and to lease and operate tb. aame,"
passed April 23. ItnX And said trustee, will
enter In u a contract with the lowest responsi
ble bidder lor u wool, of said road, er.with
the party that will agree to build the greatest
number of miles of said road, for tb. sum of
nineteen thousand dollars. U8.fMJ0.1 tDnronri.
a ted therefor, payable. In accordance with Ui.
provisions of sala act. In tb. bonds of said
township. Issued for th. purpose, pursuant to
said act, and proposals will be received ae-
Bonds, with security to th. approval of th.
trustees, for th. fill 1 11 1 1 meat of th. contract
will be required.
The Trustees reserve the right to re! set anv
and all bids,
J. L. BP EH,
K. . PRICE,
SAMUEL M. T. BAM E.
TownalpCTerk,Madon Township, Hancock
ept. e, uxai wa
D. 6. BEARDSLEY & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
Offer the followLug Choice
Property for Sale.
THE UNDIVIDED ON BVHALFI5TKRE8T
in Cooper Hoop, Material, and Teola, and
two lota of ground, on wn
hlen thaaam. la si la.
ated, 1 n Findlay, O. The shop la I n operation
and doing a paying business. Will b. sold
A SMALL BRICK HOUSE AITD LOT IK
Center Bt North-Find lay. Pleasant real.
deuce for small family. Local loo dealrahie.
Price low and terms easy.
A FARM OF IUMTT-TH KB ACHES
with M acre, cleared. A good 1H stay
framedweUIng boose,barn,orchasa and ne er
failing spring of good water. Location 4 mile,
east of Carey, O-, on Tymoehte. Creek. Farm
composed of about equal parts, upland ami
Klvex ootiom ian k
rp WO LOTS OJf WEST S AlTDCBaCT STREET
J. well fenced, with aid. walk. Btreet Me
Adamiaed. For sal. or trad, for wild land.
In Hancock, Pouuun or Wood counties.
?E LOT Olf EAST LICOL3 STREET
eilgsliie location. Wlii Id' clieep lor c
TX)B BALE OR TRaDI: A vl"XUABL
JT real le nee on Houtn-d. of ann
and near tb. business art mt I a. a i
't'i story dwelling; house, with dnn room.
ail compieta, woou nouse, well, eistara. oarn
and trull trees. Will b. sold (or one-third
purchase money In band, and ess lain! i
on. and two yeara.
ACRES PRIME LAJfD nt TERJtOlf
soil, and aoout'one-baif o the Irmrt wsii Ura-
oereo. wiu sen ror eaan or .xehanssilor
lands la thia or adjoining counties). Price m
ACRES I2f DOtTOLAWt mrvrv
MlnnesoUL F itiIIm frona u-n-.i
ran nine from IM. Cloud to th. Nortlij n Pa.
clde B. H Well Umbered, and aVnnrlsnns of
rood clear water, Flv. mile, froot eosnty
seat. Will sell or trad, for property la this
nOOD CORKER LOT WITH FRAME
, w--.. . KntMlM-. F1
aud all . Inns of fruit. Price tlO, paya&ent.
rVO LOTSOW CLT5TOW STREET JORTH
Findlay. Uood new frame bouse torn two
lamlllesv Five rears to maks payment.
Andrew J. Muna, Pt'ff.1 Befbr.D.B. TSe-rda-
b I Beioiwu.ii. Baardaw
lley, J. P, Findlay
J Twp HaococA
tj eouniy Ohio.
George T. Babcoek, Dell J
NOTICE la hereby given that said Jastk
Issued aa order of Attachment In th.
abov ecaa.oatMUU day ol Kept- A. D Bex.
tor 77. BROWSbVDUS.
lpt.a0,Ul73-3t. AUomera lor Plaint!.
VOT1CK la hereby given that th. undervl ra
il ed has been appointed Exeeulon of th.
estate of Jess. wing, deceased, uu. of Jack
son township, Hancock oounty.Obio.
IP I'lP'JI m ij hi i t .fgBWwny"
THE JEFFEPwSONUN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4. 1872.