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THE JEPFERfcONIAN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FKIDAf MORNING, OCTOBER 25. 1S72.
PRIDAT K-BKIXff. OCT. 25, i372.
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SU-L. tHAniiJb Uf TIM.
On and after Monday, June
3d, Trains -will leave and ar
rive at Indianapolis as follows
P. M .
IM P M
MU Iulii Exprw
a a. m
Id: 15 A. M
:' P. M.
JOHW E. SIKPSOH.
Taa Ret. 1 II Long will preach
in the Presbyterian church next Sun
day morticg and evening.
(Jorrecllon. Ecv. Kennedy, whese
death by suicide we noticed list
w-eek, was Dot a brother of itcv. O.
Kennedy, as staled.
Found. On the McComb road,
wert of Find lay, a small cum of money,
wbicn tee owner can get by calling cn
A. C. Worden, describing it and p:
ing lor this notice.
Serenade. The parties who favor-
ed as wi'.h such ex client matic last
Friday evening will please fcce ptl
thanks. Such compliments are not I
DnapDrccUied. though 'the parties
may be unknown.
Tn- -ual session of the Teachers
Inatiluta lor this county commences
it session next Monday, and we hope
to see a fall attendance of the teach,
e and friends cf education. A re.
rival In this direction is Ere-tlJ
C 11b. S. R. Geay, of Uario- town-
thip, has laid on our table socio very
nice epecimcDs of petrified animal rc-
mains.found in lime-stone, in digging
a well on his farm, ia Marion town-
ship. They are a great enriofcity.
Ho Services. There wid be no
aerviccs In tne Jmglita utbcraa
cuarcn next aaubaiti as tue ras'.or,
i .na... . .
n Trr ltfit a - t . m I
. . aimer wiu Da in auenuance
npon the scmi-snuual conference of
Wf'.i 1 i TT TT - I
niusDD-rgiDout v van vcn, w.
A Good Move An excellent pave-
ment is in process of construction
from Main Street back on Riilroad,
to tbecntracte of Wheelers' Hill,
We are glad to see the enterprise
manifested since the removal ot the I
First National Bsnk lo this corner.
Let every Republican in Hancock
county eo arrange his business that he
can be at home to voeeon the 5tb,and
if possible, ppend the day ia w. cirig
that every Republican vote is polled.
Ask yonr neighbor to do the same.
This will insure a Republican triumph.
No rest, men, until victry is assured.
'uS "tfi;5T W. ME8 has sold his
residence, on West Main Cross- Street
to Dr. Thomas Ballard, of Benton,
who will remove to Findlay next week
and continue to practice his profession.
We are glad to learn that Mr. Myers
will not be lost to our town by the
Jobiau Shafbr. Esq., of Cass
township, who ha9 jaat returned from
a visit to Kansas, hai left at our of
fice very fine specimens of Kinsas
corn and sweet potatoes
Mr. Eohraitn Johnson, la our b-
aibc?-. lett in our sanctum an.tnster
potato pumpkin, a Hancock cuaty
Ms. A E. Hoon, who sold his tar.-n
one mile east of Find! ay, last ppring.to
Mr. Jesse Ford, bad a sale last Mon
day, and left Tuesday morning on his
way to Jackson, Miss., where he ex
pects to resume his occupation of cabi
net maker. We are sorry to lose Mr.
Hoon, but hope the charge he has
made may be for the best.
Filed On yesterday the Lake Erie
and Louisville R. R. Co , filed their
second mortgage lor the issuing of
bonds for the general equipment of
the road, in the Recorder's office of
this county. It amounted to 91,000,
000, in aggregate, and was ia favor ol
he Union Trust Company of New
Notice. The season for hunting
quails, Ac., commenced on the 15th,
and those going into that business
will do well to reid the notices is
our advertising columns. Scire ol
cur farmers have felt that their pre mi
aes have been trespassed open by
reckless and careless individuals, and
are determined to pat a stop to it
Pe: mission should tt least be asked
by portsmen, bctore entering en
closures. Wi are glad to learn that Mr. Jno.
D. Wagner, formerly of this county,
but who has been for three years
past engaged in the grocery and pro
vision business in Circlevillc, has
bought the farm of Mr. Geo. Sebas
tian, of Delaware township, and will
soon again become a citizen ol Han
cock county, Delaware gains an excel
- lent citizen by the operation, and we
presume Mr. Sebastian will remain
within her borders.
Improved Wheat Thresher. We
have been handed a circular ot a
Patent Wheat and Timothy Thresher,
patented by John A, Lulz, of Craw
ford county,wliich will be of interest
to our farmer friends. The adjust
ment of the machine for e'eatieg
Timothy seed can be made in one
minute. The extra cost is bat nomi
nal, as only two extra riddles are
required. The price of the riddles
and right fo a machine is $20. G
W, Slife, of Jackson township, is tbe
agent for this county.
Ask for the Jeffersoniaa. Subscri
bers for our paper at the Findlay
post-office should bear in mind that
they should ask every week for the
Jsfi-i-uohiaji. There are nearly f 00
papers distribated through this office
and tbe post-master cannot always
tell who are aubecribera. Therefore
ask psrticulaily for the J bfpkesosiah,
and if you do not receive it regularly
- make it known at this office. We
. want every subscriber to receive the
J paper regularly.
brcezj eo longer. Th. Dcico - Liber
pranrl Greeley sad Brown
isncr aciosi Miin street fcisaea
i-iu iu.;ri uecjja, or was.
ever you call tlrcm, look laournlul
and iccoFBolabie. The musical Sluri
gen and "sweet Fields, arrsyei
living grtca" hang their harps on
the willows, and like Itachei.wcej.ing
for Ler first-born, refuse to be com-
for'n.l Tr.r.l Ttr. . tl;o ra.
ceiptof castor, and Charley Foster
writes . C. alter ha name with im
punity, bloitiu an tronc bscx to
the congeii.l occupation of grinding
I. , r - r . i T.J
.uk i "- ii.
to tUp ever "ray road." No "tat
UeV from lie county treasury-no
icore rrotm-ea or govern moni ?.p-
poiiitmecta no mere remit ancc-s of
t50 "dead-head" by Kush R., to pay
, . . , - ,
fjr eernccs retidercd. Ia the mean
time a ew magazine is in press aad
- cw .. '
to appear shortly, in the first number
of which a startling array of talent is
r.r . t:w...i ,
cU.cn Susl M. D. Ssafer contrlb-
ui.es it ia l iwcow adcui ivrcs as
Metns cf Political Grace." Mangen
furnifcbe8 tn rrl!clecn''VhatI Know
About Light Artillery," with aa il
lustration cf a icar viewof Iheuararn
tionabie part-of the breeches that
f;in h?rd service SH'.ride '.he c.ncoii
an-i .'iom Sloaiie'a b:sket ioect-1
ings." Fields will writa up "A
ftarrow eecapo Irom tein Probate
Judge," or "SUay Leaves from the
Diary tl a ,:bcrsl Itepabncan." Joe
Gu!zi!ler furnishes Stray Letters
from an Anxious Candid. te for Con
greiV' Whether this periodical is to be
issued from tLe Courier office or r.ot,
have not learned.
Full ttock ot ladies under garments
BuKhun, Winders t Co.
For the Jeffersonian.
THE TEACHERS' INSTITTUTE.
Evfjiy teacher in the the county
should feel an interest in our Annual
lnBtnute. and should do whatever m
Lis power to make that gathering
the teachers a success to the profes
" e oilen bear the comj-laint made
tne instruction tneregi,ren u not
adapted to our ungraded school.
nas been to rnucn ground lor
ot-jection. As our instructors
an been concected wilh co9e;
CTaJe(1 it naturai for tuem
' - - i
iook n-on the euLiect of education
ren.inJed that nino-tenths ot the
teacher. 0, ,he ;.,;,,. ... ,he
ungraded schools, and although they
have some curiosity to know what
be accomplished by a teacher
one grade of schools, jet they
cannot afford id lose a week's time
incur the necessary expense, if
cannot acquire some more prac-
Knowledge man tnis. iiet our
teachers insist that the instruction and
exercises shall be 6uch as may be of
practical benefit to our teachers in
ungraied schools, and I do not
the Executive Committee will
disregard that demand
method of teaching may be
treat importance to the teach
of Cincinnati, Cleveland and
Toledo, or even of Findlay, and
be worthless to the mass of
teachers of our crrnnty, because
cannot be used in our ungraded
schools. Tho teachers of the county
foel that this Associatiou is in
hands, and if the exercises are
such as suit a maionty of the
teachers, they themselves are to blame.1
every teachers in the county be
present at our Institute next week,
services of some of the best edu
of the country have been se
cured. Let us make the coming In
stitute one ot the best ever held m
HEART RENDING APPEAL.
sister, come and hear my prayer.
While I sit down to eat.
yonr grub from Bherldan 4 Guise.
tbey never will be beat.
The Hancock County Teachers In
stitute will commence it session, ne: t
Monday forenoon, the 28th inst., ..t
o'clock, in the Findlay Union
is hoped that all proposing to
will be present, as work will
commence promptly at that time.
Afternoon sessions commence at 1
Public evening lectures will be de
as follows in the Union School
commencing at 7 o'clock ex
upon Thursday evening, when
Lecture will commence at 8
Monday evening, Rev. J. F. Rcin
mund. Tuesday evening, Prof. JohnOgden.
Wednesday evening, Rev. J. F.
Thursday evening, Thos. W. Har
State School Commissioner.
WM. S. WOOD, Ch. Ex. Com.
October 25, 1872.
Prices of goods are down down et
Bushon, Winders & Co.
One-half the people cannot take
Oil from its terrible nauseating
and recoil in the throat. The
Castoria prepared by Dr. Pitcher is
vegetable, perfectly harmless,
pleasant to take, and more effective
Castor Oil. Itdoea not distress or
but regulates the system, and
operates when all other remedies have
It acts 'ike magic for Stom
ach Ache, Constipation, Flatulency,
and Worms. It contains neith
er Minerals, Moqihino nor Alcohol
soothing, quieting effect, produces
sleep, and particularly adapti
crying and teething children.
aiticle has ever met such unquali
endorsement by the Phycia:g.
rt . - -m- r
no more xiucr -iu?, JNantotic
Syrups, Griping Purgatives o
uiis. 'iiie Castoria outs but
cents, and when onco tried you
never be without it
if you -want a nice sawl, call on
Bushon, Winders &
" io?TT ssyu vTiat some one at
Uniptetl to kill Horace Greeley at
Sandusky, and Ikes us to task fur
denouncingae Ct. Perhaps we
been a ltie lax in the matter.
will tryt0 make amends. And
hereby ecord it as our deliberate
ion that the man who would
liraca GreeJev would trii-
mother, or throw clods at
lady's tombstone. If be
Democrat, he would throw
a Democratic processiou and
ame it on Republicans.
A visit to a First Class Studio—A live
Company and Good Work—A word to
the public about Photographs.
t.r. i.i,. ,,,. r, .1,. .t.
ii e-hKe appearance of the photo-
,,,..,,, t;t ;.,i Ti, ,
graptis exLiuueu to cs. I Lev seera-tltlTE-
. : ,- , . ...
By intiiiict ofr. C. II. L-n-phcar,
tLe accommodating artist Lav-
ing charge of C. E. Ssjmonr &
Photograph Rooais, we spent a short
time, a lew days tlnce in, looking
tbrongb Lis etndio, and exami-iag
bis work. Tins company Las been
in operation but three moalh3,and tl
r:ajy they have established a rej.u'a
ticn fur the excellence of Ihcir work.
Thev secured a first class arti'-t.Mid.
Uk .. , told lhe oeci,e
throogh the medium o! 'Fiiater'a
Mtnrrf re.u!t of eood work tn3 i;b.
er advertising. Uut lo oar visit
7e were forcibly struck: with t;ie
lto ei,cd out ia relief from the
. . . , , , .
card, and ha I not ta it dean, sunken
WVlx UibV Ttf.a lli CUCSp TV OIK.
The v are well defined : bcin? strons-
acrl vif orons.
lines or coiitr&sts. Ieaily all of Mr
L's work s made from retouched
ne2at;ve3. 0f which he makes a sncci-
alt. Sy means of this process all
imperfections, suc'u as freckles, etc ,
etc., are removed, while the likeness
ia reiainod. We were shown speci
mens taken from the same neffative
before and afier beinz retouchcd.and
wnaro frer, tn rAnfu tW w -.,l,l
not have believed eo much diffdrfence
could exist in pictures taken ff0n
he m rr,va iv, n, c-,oii
diffurenca in mice 50 cenis cn the
ha;l.dozsa we ihink n o.e ouli
hesitate a moment in clioos nj be
tween ths two.
Wd'niticsl, a'.sj, 92 vera! large
pictures halt" liie-iize, and severs!
smaller ones. Tiia former, fiuio'ied
Ink aa l Criyon, aad called "Com
b'natioa portrait i,' were rri;y
beautif.l. A.mong thsia we recotiz
our fellow townsman, C. E. Sey
mour and laJy, and certainly no im
provtmcnt could be ms ie in tuese.
And the olUrepcated rcicark tha!
'thcy were the finest fpeeimens o:
art ever exhibited in Findlay" is
evidence tliat we are not alone in
opinion, lney are as good in ail
respects as an oil painting, and they
net so high priced. And, by the
way, we may mention that the com
nanv rra nrpnared to finish as food a
' r r o
of r.il work aa can be nrocur-
J - -
ed.to those who prefer it.
But we srfvise our readers to go
and examine for themselves t.nd we
thick they wi'l agree wLb. us that
L is a first class artist, and that
company that has secuiel hi
eervices for our people is deserving
cno3urage:ncnt and patronage.
L. and the company for which
docs bu3iness,are laboring to give
fjeopie nrst-clasp, work lor a
pi ico.and the public wiil find it
their interest to sustain them in
Tub best and cheapest stock of
dress goods at Bushon, Winders
BOOKS, PERIODICALS, &c.
LcckVs Dollar Monthly. Mecsis
Locke & Jones, Toledo, Ohio, Pub
lishers of the Toledo Blade and Amer
Farm Journal, announce that
will issue, November 1st, the
initial number of anew Literary Msg
szino to be ctlled Locke's DMar
Monthly, with Mr. D. R. Locke(Nas
The new Monthly
ba in character np to the stand
of the best lour dollar mazszices
will contain forty-eight pages.
obiect is to nut the best liters-
at such ra'es that it will reach
every family. Tue first number will
contain a" poem, "61 71," by Mr. D
Locke, resembling in character th
poem "Hannah Jane," which app?ar-
in Harper' Monthly last October.
will also write for the Magazine
chaiacteiistir sketches aad stories
(ignoring politics.) and the bcBt auth
ors in the country will contribute
sketches, dories, pcems, &o.
Msgszine will be mailed to sub
scribers at two dollars per annum.
whose names are received before
November 15;h will receive the Mag
azine fnr iwo 3 t-ars for the cne dollar.
Lcckb ii J cne?, publisher?, Toledo,
Tub Great Campaign Work.
have just rocjived from those
publishers, Messre. E.
Hannaford & Co., Cincinnati, a copy
their great 'Campaign Chart for
1872." It is brimful of very valuable
information, thowing at a glance, not
the political, but also the eco
history of the country for the
In addition to the statistics, etc , of
apolitical character, which are ex
ceedingly full and complete, this
milium inparvo contains a tabular
exhibit of the population of the U. S ,
States, at each census, from 1700
1870 ; the comjarative rank of the
States at each census a most
interesting and instructive feature;
leading productions of agriculture
each St ate And Territory, from the
fnsttygiving the amount of over
twenty.! tho principal products in
Sytate, together with much other
interesting agricultural statistics, ac
cording to tho census returns of 1870,
together with other important matter.
large portion of the agricultural
statistics have never before been pub
lished. From the foregoing items, it
be seen that the chart, besides
irving a hundred useful purposes
curing the campaign, is permanently
ti.... r.L. i j .
(im vuart is uauusoineiy pnuteo,
colored, and varnished, and mounted,
like, on rollers. It is a real orna
ment to any room, or office, and ought
sell fast everywhere.
It is sold through agenU, and pub
listed by E. Hannaford & Co., Cinctn
nati,to whom all applicitions for agency
should be addressed.
Clothing for men au-.l boys cheap
er than ever at Bushon, Winders &
Tbe special attention of our readers
directed to the anvertiscmcut ot the
Cincinnati Gazette which, appears ia
another column of this paper. The Ga
zette is the leading Repull cn news
paper west ol the mountains, and for
new, agriculture, politics, literature,
commerce, and all other subjects oi in
terest, at homeor abroad, it csn not
October 25, 18T2, 3w
Sbkridan fc Guise, third door
south ot the Joy House.
U. F. Cramer, E?q., has been ap
pointed Probate Juge, to f:!. the va
cancy occasioned tv the do.-.lh
JuJg Johnson. We notice in
connection, that a subscription is
ing raided to crct a suitable rnonu
ment over the grave of Judge John
son. The lUtltii says that torse thieves
are plying their vocation shout Fos
toria. The joIliScalion at TiCIn over the
!rn cA IT An P?-
.aw. r otter, was
xizi ia TifHa on the
There were 933 Jat Logs shippr-d
from Tiffin in two days of last week.
The cfficirJ Democratic raajoiity in
Seneca was 5fil ; Sloane's majority
was 257, Gideon T. Stewart, Tem
perance candidate, polled 23 volt lor
jCongrc-fS in the county
Tlie Democratic majority in Al'en
county on Secretary cf State, w3
511. On Probate Judge, jt was
dwindled down to G2.
John Forkner, near South Warsaw,
died Octoler 9, from the effects of
poison, tatcn by mistake, coraetime
ago he purchased some arsenic to kill
crows lu&t were laK,n2 nP 1,13 con,
and' not usinS iz Las s!nc0 bee" e"r
O '"S " W CIS Vest, pOCKei. U.I iUe
evening in question he got some med
wne, and -when begot homo laid both
papers togetin-.r. wnen ins wUe
mixel lhe mcdicine for him, she got
the wrong paper, and ijave him the
larsenic instead of the medicine hero-
curt-d. lie died in a few minutes.
There wera 1051 votes cast iu Lima
un the 8Lh inst.
A little gill name Leutz, of Benton
aged Keve-ii years, wiiile fuelling tuiks
a cane mil', had throe of her finger.
badly crushed by being caught in
the cylinder, that they had to be am
Another, a daughter of Andrew
Warns, of Madison Tp., had her hand
badly crushed in a cano mill that
amputation was necessary, the arm
being taken off aboe the elbow.
Deer Slayers Mesjn, Gnbbm,
Jail, Ilamscy, Erb and Folk took
little trip into Henry county the first
l t .:.. . e .
luo uu a "
buck for their pains as large and lat
animrj of the deer kind cs wc have
ever seen Every chap that has a
ehot gun has an attack of the Luck
acne in anticipation.
"Bos'' Tweed, the great Tarara iny
thief, has been again bound over for
on several indictments, and will
perhaps, be punished.
Local Business Notices.
The Burdet Organ.
Fred. Solbach has been appointed
agent for th's well-knowu inet.-umcnt,
anJ tLo3e 6nti D2aoar2a;n ia laal
line should call with b'm. lie aso
sells eeverai of the very best utiles
of Pianos manufactnieu, which he
warrants to give Eatiaiaciion in price
N. B. An agent wauled to travel
and cell instruments cn comcjitsio
Messrs Rbamey & Moomey have
fitted up a shop on East Railroad
l..- . T ? - L'..ll..
oireei, oppesue wi s voy otao,..
wiiere tliey are prtpareti to uo an
kinds of Blacksmitlnng. Thev pay
particular attention to horao shoeing.
The public are respecUully invited to
call with them.
Oct.' 23, 1872-3W
Sheet Music, at the new Jiosic
Store. L O. O. F. Block.
This Means You!
-Ml persons indebted to Barney
Snyder & Co., either by note or In ok
account, wiil plessecall at '0:d White
Corner" and psy the Estse picion?
to November 10, 872. Ah c'.-ima un
paid after that dste wiil t i 6ei:t cut
nol3-w 4 Barney Sstder & Co.
Shset Music of every variety, et
R. H. Uollydaj's iu the Odd Fellows
Fanrney's Famous Remedy.
Dr. Fahrney's Blood Cleanser or
Panacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine, -othing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column.
Its none of our busiuess what can
didate you supported at the election.
As regards your interet-t in the pur
chase, of Boots, Shoes, Fall and Wia- j
tcr Goods, we leel more solicitous.
Wo would recpectfully beg to call the
attention ot our friends and customers
to our new stock ol Fall and Winter
Goods, feeling confidentthat itvill
be to their ov.-n interest to do so.
Also, ail those knowing themselves
indebted to us are requested to call
and settle by note or otherwise, before
the first of November, 1872. We
mean business ; please do not put us
to any unnecessary trouble.
Smart & Hoffit.
Oct. 11, 1S72-4-.
How To Go West.
This is an enquiry which every one
should Ime truthfully answered be
fore he starts cn his journey, and a
little care tnWn in examination of
lloutes will i.i many cases save much
trouble, time and money.
The C , B. fe 1. K. IV running
from Chieego, through Galesbnrg to
Burlington, and the B. & W.
Route," rcauifig from Indianapolis,
through Bicomifjgtonto Burlington,
have achieved a splendid reputation
in the last two years as the leadinj
Pas-:engcr Routes to the West. At
Burliagtr.n iher connect with the B.
k M. K. II. aad form the great Bur
lington Route, which runs direct
through. Southern low to IxcbritTka
and Kaasas,with clote connections to
California an I the Territories; tad
passengers starting from Hancock
County ,on their way weslward.cannot
do better than to take the Ebelikgtoh
Bouts. This line has published
pamphlet "How to go wcst,' which
contains much valuable information;
a large correct map of the Great
Wcet, which cAn be obtained free of
charge by addressing the General
Passenger Agent B. & it. K. E. Bur
FINDLAY MARKETS. JEFFERSONIAN OFFICE.
Thursday, Oct. 24, 1872.
uuis.-Vtieai!M;:orr.t ;:t31 -3; OaU35
BuTTrz Lail at 11 eta for cbolc.
8 II EEt PTs
: " a
llRKTVi " i .
Live Stock Markets.
PITTSBURG Oct. 22.
DEnr Cattle The rnarkc-t was bad, nd
tlie arrlv!3 wrre tczrj ; fales were made of
the beat at SS ?3 W, nad stock rs at $3 0C3-
50: the prospects are dull.
fcHEEp.-The markcl was bad, and the ar-l
1 ... n . en,u rj mat. r.f th.
best at r S'5 Crt.medlnra at U 00, and
common ot J! ai 50; the pro33ccts are doll.
IIoos. The market was very dull, and the
arrivals were heavy; sales were made of Pliil-
adelpbia hoss at SI 70(11 8-), and Yorkers at
1 51 40 ; the prospects are dull.
BUFFALO, Oct. 22.
Bhr.p Cattle. It?ports for to-day. Includ
ing 10 cars reported to arrive, were 918 bead,
maklr - .he total supply for the weci thus far
1.413 head, or 85 ears, against Ji cars at the
same time la.t week. But few cattle In the
Tards to operate oa, and bat fevr buyers in at
tendance. Thecnly sa!( reported were 18
Ohlosteers,avernlrs 1,129 lb-., at 15 t'j. and
oi Oliiodo., at 11 C.
IIoos Itacoipfs for to-l4y, lc.VM head, mat-
ini; the total supply for the week thus far 13,
f j0 head, against 19,7W head last week. The
market was si jw, but prices were strong; at
$1 C21 7, an extra Gnelotscommnndashade
higher Diarus. About 6XO head were sold
visterday at the a!r,ve quotations. Sales
were made to-day of Si" Michigan hogs, rang
ing from to SV lbs., at CI CiQI 75. and 470
Ohio boss averaging ZS) lb., at St 7.:.
CHICAGO, Oct. 22.
Bfef Cattle. Receipts to-day, 2,218 head,
mostly Texans, for which there is a tair de
mand by packers at S2 OOJjl 50, and good extra
cowjat 51 25.ii I SO: no shlpplnj steers were
sold. Shipments. 301 head.
IIocs. Receipts to-day, 7.CC4 head. The
market was active and a shade firmer, bat
not higher, with sales at SI 40&4 Go for good to
extra. Shipments. 4,964 head.
Kiieep. Receipts to-day, 1,039 head. The
market was Arm, with sales at SI 001 5.
TOLEDO, October 23.
Floce Steady and in moderate demand.
Wheat Steady and in moderate damand.
Sales of No. 3 white Wabash at 51 57 ; Xo.l
white Michigan at $1 6CQ1 61; Xo. do. at 51 40;
amber do. at 1 11431 4-,'j; buyer November
at 21 IS; No. 2 ani'jer Illinois at SI 54; No. 1
red at 1 51; No2do.a.Sl lO'l 41; No. 3 do
at 51 31 ; rej-.-eted do. at il 18.
Coas Steady and In moderate demand.
Sales ol high mixed at lac; buyer November
a37c; do. December at 77c; lowdo. at 'i''J
S9.'5e 1 yellow at W,.:;.
Oats -Hteady and In inuderale demand,-
BftlMnf Vn I .till" Vn ",;. rt.lc.ct
hales ofKo.lat.Jk.. xo. .M2P,4,aze, reject-
to hi i-ic , jucnim at sc.
KN'OKS GEER Oct 17. at thn reiilenceof
the oriue s parents, tjy Kev. U. w. Miller, Mr.
luriMian r . adoks to 4iiss Lyuia ueer.
ZELLEIt SPANGLER Oct.22. at the rest-
denceofihe bride's narents. bv Rev. O. W.
.Miller. Mr. Michael Zeller to Mrs. Matilda
RIC rl A R OS On Wednesday morning, Oct
3, 11:72, Mr. Thomas C. Richards.
Tbe deceased was well known to our citi
zens as a kind, generous, and social gentle
man, and his death is regretted by all who
knew him. Courier.
McCONNELL.. At his residence In Orange
lownsnip, nunuay evening, uciooer o. io,,
Mr.J.T.McConucll,inthet,7th year of his
Lodso,No.293,F. A. M held at Monroe-1
ville, Cct10th, A.D., 1872, A. L.5S72, the fol- I
lowing resolutions were unanimously adopt-
vhebeas, It has pleased the brand blaster
of the Universe to call from labor to refresh
ment, by death, our worthy and esteemed
brother, John W. Kennard, who died at his
residence in thisplace,Oct.9th,at high twelve,
V iiet.eas, By this stroke of Providence,
the Masonic fraternity and this Lodge in par
ticular, have lost a warm supporter of the
cherished principles of the Order.the comtru
nlty an honest and upright citizen, the family
the deceased, an affectionate son and
Jteaotna, That while we bow In humble
submission to tbe will of Illni who presides
overthedesiliiiesofnll. we recognize In the
bereavement the hand of a merciful Father
who doeth all things well.
Jietoltxd, That we extend to the bereaved
family onr heart-felt sympathy in their hour
, . . . . . ,
deep distress, anguish and sorrow, and
point tliein for consolation and solace to our
mmmnn nannl who noteth every SoaiTOW'S I
fall, and who tcmpereth the wind to the shorn
Resolved, That we too have lost a brother,so I
let ns be ever mindful that we are mortal and
born to die, that we should be more diligent
the practice of those tenets which are In-
AniAn, In tut. m-Mt Hffhtof fnsnnrv.honin? I
lr.tr, lh snlritnnl lodrre bevond
the grave, "not made with nand3 eternal In I
tu imtr-oi-.E " I
whft..r.hKjim n,i th nT,l
cease to beat,
The hand lost tofeelin:
, no token can greet.
Then bear me away to the cold silent grave,
And over my head may the Acacia wave.
Remember the pledges, so cheerfully given
Binding Mason to Mason and each one to
Jrso'red, That a copy ol the above resolu
tions be sent to the parents of deceased, and
also published in M mrce-v-ill". Fort Wayne
and Findlay papers.
Committee. New Advertisements.
DOWN THEY GO.
After this date the
SEW. riOlGMPH CO.,
$1.50 Per Half-Dozeii !
Attention, rompeny ! without doubling,
rteht-fuce, f:iranl, louble-;uickmarcn
and away we eo io C. K. Hcyniour 4: Cos
Photograph studio to get our likenesses; for
after tins dale they muse them for 81.50 per
half-dozva. and se want to gdt in a heat) of
tftecrow.la.nl s v. .11 tbe Rush not Bloane
butthaother fellow as we want to secure
some of thcxespk-ndid franiestbey are sell
ing, dirt-cheap. Uiily think '. Nice, solid
Black "Walnut Frames
71.75 : none of yonr stained imitation "Wal
nut, bin me genuine article ana a-going
and thev will make yoa as ntr i picture to
ftut i3 them as yoa can get In this county, at
enst and as chnp. Aiiii by the way, don't
fail to get one of tiiose
witbplaces for the pictures of ail your family
They are the best thine out.sLd ai Seymour A
Co.V is the only riace that they can be rb-
lainea in mis vicinity. And those ueautiini
with al sees for Phntoa of Bride and Groom-
only Slim and It will make suoh a nice orna
ment lor your roneo, n your day, and a me-
mento that will be htgbly prized by your
children or friends after yoa have passed
away, bo put not off till to-morrow what yoa
can and should do to-day. bat go at once to
neymouro:io.'SMUuioana gel yoorji-noio-graph
made while yoa have time and oppor
tunity, for remember your friends will prize
them. If you don't.
At lyles Old Stand, in Jewell's
Old Block, Jlaln Street,
C. E. Seymour & Co.
e"01d pictures copied, and copies from life,
or copies finished in Oil, Water Colors. Ink.
or Crayon, in the et manner. For proof,
examine and compare our work,
ext. 25, lsTi-lu
sOTICE Is hereby given that the nnder-
11 siirued has been apnolntea Administra
tor of the e-tate of sainnel Van Dyke, late of
Dated at Findlay this 8th day of Ottolwr. 1872,
Oct. 8, 1K7S IS 3w ANN VAN DYKE.
I SfJ7 i VVO
-o Persn ran t w . k, n.t.
1 ' .r boacM are r.': dess-ov i h m.nni
. . ,ii wswu uevooii uu
""PrptiaoTlnd'cMtlan. n-i.i.h. p,
5 'iii ."aouiilfr. Coazhs. Turhinrsa nf th. i-i,J
.-.ian'j Sonr .ruei-Aiuni f th .n-.m t..i
VtTVi . . i ""1- "-"i"" Anacks. palpitation of
"tiiucih.aa(iananani other mmiv.i
symptoms are the off-sonnm ot
.V .7 mm iiiirLee or it menu
it.in a IfUffUiT advertmer,t.
' or nal C'omnl-lllts. In ronn- trr n!,t
rumc-i or smii- at Hie dawa of womaalmofL or
l.ie tara Cf h:- thv Tonift ...
U.-Itl:l dn ln-7.i.i..A t :
rr-rr.p.ii 7 -pn,ties is soo3
tar Inflnmmatorr J"I Chronic Rhra
mt.ni and Enioiu. kim,irnr an.i
, V. P0' e Wood. Liver, Ki.1-
Suh Dieas arj caascil !, Viiiami p.ino.i
Thrr are a a-eutle PurC;lre aa we'u as
io:ir, po-ijia- tn- mc-rit of actios- aa a
iT-r:.il ajm in relicvin CaQfffnn nr
ui:!-.n or the Uvc-r aad Visceral Orgau. arl ia
r-. .. . ... M..., i t.icr,
i;ij!iayk-. im.j.-wutbh. Scald-Head, Sore Fres!
.r -im-.n. ff-l. Urart: IMc-mn-.,-t S?.??
liuuors l!3,i Oiseasesof theStiB of .n. fT-i1:
or ii.::uro. are UteriUy dm ud and ram.,i
n ,rJ" t!J 111 a b' " Uiese
eiralefnl Tlinir.-.n-:, rnvlilm rm,. v
Hie mast woud-rlul Invimrant' taat e-er
-nl toe inia wt-m. r
E If lT.fTMivam . n
car. of Wahhai-Tta anl Ciiartioa tttn.. N y
v av... iiMioiO K JJiI.I-: s
Oct. 25 ly.
oenseo or ur. an im s own nana, it is nius
" srated wilh over 125 steel aud wood enerav-
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Aggregate amount ot Liabilities
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Amount of Income forthepreced
Amountof Income for thepreoed
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Aniuont of Expenditures for the
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Auiountol No'es used in payment
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NewtLiieralure, Polities, Agriculture,
Commerce, and all other subjects of
Interest to the People.
an agricultural paper the Wtkklt Ga-
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farmers and housekeepers contributed to this
department during the past year.
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has the largest circulation of any Repub
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CIX, GAZETTE CO.,
IEMCEL W. WATT, of the 8ta cf Indl
j ana. will lake notice that PeierC. Bender,
tbe county of Hancock, In the btateo! Onto,
on thezld day of October, A. D. ltC, file
petition in the furt of Common Pleas,
within and for tbe county of Hancock, In said
of Ohio, against tbe said Lemuel W.
Watt, defendant, sitting forth that tbe said
Lemuel W. Watt gave a mortgage to one
rbomas Watt, Jr., on the south-wt quarter
the north-west quarter of section number
twenty-five (2T, township number two.ranre
Hit, in said county of Hancock. u secure
nnvmxnt of 110. according to certain ralea
referreo to in saiu uiwmw ou Auumas
Watt, Jr., has since assigned and delivered
note and mortgage to the said Peter C.
Binder. Also, that tbe said Lemoel W. Watt
a mortgage to tbe said Peter C Bender.
tbe south-west quarter of tbe north-west
quarter of section number twenty-flve (25),
township two.fouth range nine (9), east in
county of Hancock, to secure the pay
mentof 'iia. aeeording to certain rates referr
ed to in said mortgage. There is doe from the
Lemuel W. Watt, to the said Peter C
Bender, the sum ofinoO. wlih interest on SJOO
said mm from the 2d day of November. A.
liy.8. and Interest on of said amount
from thebth day ot September. IBTU and pray.
that said mortirus ma V be foreclosed, tlie
premises ordered to be sold, and t be pro
ceeds applied to tbe payment of said debt ;
n.l in. aaia lmKl W . W BU IS pannM wmi.
is required to appear and answer said pe
tition, oo or before the third Saturday alter
th oay oi fovemo-T next.
nted Oct. 24. 172. PETER C. BENDER.
By Joh:tto llcASXLLT, his Attorneys.
mREandenia-ned has been appointed and
qnallOed as Administrator of the estate of
RA AKl.lf.f .
Jacob Peters, late of Hancock Co., deceased.
J. F. Bntrrr, - Administrator.
FALL AND WINTER
advertise this week a large stock ot
DRY GOODS !
Hats, Caps, &c.
have added to oar stock
Ready Made Clothing !
and advertise this week a Urge line of
Readv Made Suits,
in Black Alpaca. Also
ready ii am !
beautlfp.ly made and trimmed mneh nicer
cbvaper than the material can be bought.
, it will pay you to
CALL AND SEE THEM
We have some of the nobbiest good In
Infant, Misses' and Womens'
Silk Scju-fit, c-
Ever brought to Findlay
Under Vests & Pants
will Pay Ton to CaU and
See Onr Goods and lVeara
John Eaton &, Co.
S. Remember we keep tbe
lrcet Stoek of Millinery
EATON fi GO
"Old White Corner."
THEY ARE COMING.
W. E. Snyder, of "Old White Corner." is
now in NEW YORK Buying Goods
FOR O lEC !
They are coming in
you wish to see the purchasing power
of the "Almighty Dollar" fully de
veloped, call at "Old White Cor
ner" when you want to buy
GOOD DMESS G
i BOOTS AND SHOES.
9IKS. A. .
will in future be found
ner," with an immense stock of tVSillin
ery and Fancy Goods, at Wholesale
and Retail, and is new in MEW
YORK searching for the Lat
est Thing Out" in ftflillin
Coitrj Miners fill Bs SiijjIM oa FaYoraWs Tem
OLD WHITE CORlVER.,,
Oct 18, 1 872-3 w.
by every train, and if
FAULT GOODS iC I
in Old White Cor
Map of Palestine.
A beautiful Colore! Map of Palestine, size
over? by & feet, containing the Ancient and
Modern names of all known places, a Table
the treasons. Weather, Productions. Ac;
journey oi tne isradines iron. i-.gypi:
World as known to the Hebrews: the
Travels of the Apostle Paul ; the Holy Cltj
Jeru-alem ; Altitudes in English fee, on
locality ; Texts of Scripture cited tot'i'.les
This excellent map Is given away for thir
subscriber to the Children's Papei lor
at twenty-nve cent eacn.
The Children's Paper,
An Hinstrated paper devoted tothe instruc
or the Children. Bend lor specimen
XL. J. JA.UBTZ, JJaVlOD, V.
Third Judicial District
STATE 07 OHIO
Tor tne Year 1873.
Be it Remembered. That at a meeting
Judges ol the Court o Common Pleas, of
Third Common Pleas Judicial Districtof tne
of Ohio, at trie CourtUouseln tne town
Llrnr., County of Allen, Htataof Ohio on
day or the aate Hereof, lor tue purpose oi
RxtnzLhe times of holding the terms of the
Courts of Common Plea's and the District
Courts In said District. lorttie year i i. we.
undersigned. Judges of the of Court ot
Common Pleas within and lor mid District,
hereby fix the times of holding said Count
the year is, A in eacn anu ever wuuij iu
District, aa loliows:
COMMON PLEAS COURT.
Th aovsral terms of the Court of Coaomon
Pima, in and for the several counties of said
Dbrtrict, in and lor said yeai, shall commence
the several counties thereof, as follows;
In Colon county February 3, May 5, Octo
19. . t ,
in fiardir. county r euruai jr jimj
vember 3. ... ,
In Logan county Jiarcu je, J unco, io, -
In Shelby county jaauarj n,Ai)i.nj,cn:ir
In Auglaize eoanty iiarcn -i, Jiay ia, utw
IP Allen county r earuaij -rinj j,
2J. , . -
In Mereereaunty February 17, April 23. No-
In Van Wert eonnty January 1. May 13
October fr. ,
In Putnam eonnty February Splay 12,bep-
tember a. ... a
In Paulding county- February ,JanelSep
In Deaanee eonnty January 20, April 23,
nlienry county February 10, May 5, Octo
In Fulton county February 23, May 13, Oc-
In Williams county March II, May 29. No
vember 4- ...
In Woodeounly JannarvC, May S.Septem
n Marion eonnty January 27, May 26, 8ep
tember. , , .
In Henoca county March 3. June 0, ovem-
ia Hancock county February 3, May 2G
In Wyandot county January , May Li,
eeptemoer i. .
In Crawford eonnty February 17, June 1,
Tbe several terms of the District Court, in
andortbe year 173, shall eminence ia the
several eountiee tnereof, aa loliows:
la Williams eonnty April It.
In Fulton county Apri 12.
In Wood county April
In Henry county April II.
In Detlance county April f.
In Paaldins county April 1
in Van Wert county Beptemher Ij.
In Allen eounty (ieptember 17.
Ia Potnanaeoonty rteptembtrll.
Auglaise county September .
In Mercereounty Meptember.
sneiby eouniy Heptember J.
Logan eounty August a.
Marion county March 25.
Union county Auunstij.
Crawford county Marco ...
Wyandot eounty- Marco .
Hardin coanty-Septeniber 1.
Hancock county April L
Seneca eounty -April X
h w. rtn further enter and direct that the
several lei ma otsaiu twin "V"" w" . , ,
lh.fln. .lav oi eacn uiaua uu,m
teitimonv whereol, we Issue this, onr
lor tbe purpose atoresaia, at saia wiui
Hiiuk, on this, the io H.V;7VL7 ' "
lS7i JAMES PILL A rW.
J AMErt MH KENZIE,
A. M. JACKSON.
Oct. W. 1S72-W
wkaaa It naay eaaeera :
Pf JRTHM EN and others are hereby notified
, i. ,n.v tn l,,rhuldrn t' sooot saine of
kind on the premises of the andenugoed,
It be bv suecutl nermi-ioD. To take
after tbla day and date. Oct. 17. A. D. 1872.
JOHN NORRH. K. Y. DC LIN,
CHAH. KI.fc-K HES. JoHN HAKT.
ANDREW POE, ELIA3 PRICE,
ISAAC HART, A. HART.
ti. HICKMAN. J.H. POWELL
JOHN H. JOHNSON, A MoH COoPLR,
JOSEHH I. COLE. ISAAC DAVIS,
ISAAC BU8HONO. J. H. KINO.
Oct. 25. 1S72.
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.silver or uold Watch, according to the nam -
oer oi saosanners sent.
Slna-le Subscriber, oer ear-
Club of Klv Subscribers, per year,seh 1 75
Club of Ten and upward, per year, each 1 SO
Bend for list of Premiums, Specimen Copies,
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY TIMES,
Oct. 26 CINCINNATI, O.
THK partnershlD heretofore existing be
tween Henry Brown. Kara Brown and B.T.
Dnnn. has been dissolved by mutual content.
persons knowing themselves indebted lo
said Arm are requested to call and settle the
same. HENRY BROWN,
Oct. 21, 1872 3w - E. T.DUNN.
We offer at popular prices a
line of Ciiildren'B Underwear
J. WHEELER & CO,
A new lot of Ottoman Scarfs
and Shawls just received.
J. Wheeler & Co.
A nice lot of Ladies' and
Childrens' Hosiery, Baby
Cloaks and Hoods at
J. VFlieeIerV Co.'s
Kid Gloves in all sizes and
colors at $1 per pair.
J. Wheeler Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersign
ed has been dulj appointed and quaiid-d
tbe Administrator (with the will annexed)
the estate of Jacob LI n hart deceased.
JOHN II. LIN HART.
A. Bops, Attorney.
aj mti'jMr MX. van, ot old. u, n
ITUII liwtr at NU. . 1 . VP t. at mil to. Um IhM m .,U.l
be held at th Union School Bolkllng,
Findlay, Ohio. Commencing
Monday Oct., 28, 1872,
continuing Ave days. Arrangetnenta
been made by which the servle of
Harvey, of Columbus, and Profs. De
Wolf and Ogden, have been secured aa In
structors. The teachers of the eounty are
earnestly requested tube present with us, aa
nope to niaae tnisseasion of our lnsutata
pleasant and profit aoie.
sy oruec ox tn
Wood-Workers' Wanted I
th Antnmn anH winter. In every elty
and town In tbe United ruaUs. Paying
employment at home.and lib rat oQers made.
loll particulars write to
4, 1872-w. Auburu, N. V.
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llvDUU 11VIt W)AiJ AS
THE STAT OP OHICO
hancoci- county, as. I
TJa Qualified Electors cf Sail
rHEREAS, by a law of th State of Ohio
regniatlng eieeuoos. It u required of the
to gi ve not Ice before the tune of hold
ing a General Election, by proclamation
throughout Ineeoaoty.of the tinvsoa whien
election hll be held ; in parruane ol
1. SAMUEL MYERS, Bbet-lfl of Haaeoest
do hereby notify U qualified elec
tors of said coanty to assemble tn their re
peetive townahips. at th dso places of
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1872,
then and there proceed, as tea lav di
rects, to vote for
Electors for tie State at Larga,
the United mates, tn porsuan. nr
Constitution of Called t?u?o tV,!
. lciiT",n "nder my band an asal. at
the Bherin's OfBea la Findlay.
thirtieth day of Sentemrx-r. Anna
Dom inl, one tboasmad --
a a Mr M. MrwRa