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JEFFER&0N1AN: FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FKIDAT MORNING. NOVEMBEE I, 1S72.
vsmAT MOBWM. X0V.1. 1872.
SDffllR CHARGE OF UK
On and after Monday, Jane
3d, Trains -will leave and ar
rive at Indianapolis as follows :
WESTWARD 1JIA YE.
: P. M,
-1: P M
Bt. IXHita Express
i N lgbt Express
: A. M
10-.1& A. M
6 P. M
:W P. M
oeh e. sncpsoir,
; Oeaeral Snwarlateadaat.
Our Premium !
Thesorn crop of this oonnty, the present
season, fat perhaps tbe largest and beat ever
take pains to get the beat variety of seed, lt
m itmmmt fm-rmr in Um ennnt wftnld
would make a difference of many thousand
dollar. That It may be the mean 'improv
ing tba varieties grown In this oonnty, we of
fer a premium of
lor the beat ten ears of corn grown In tbe coon
ty the present year. Thla premium will be
open to eompetltlon nntll December 1st. A
committee of three disinterested persona, ap
pointed at a meeting of tbe Farmers' Club,
will examine and decide. All samples to be
left at tba Jxwr. Office, with tbe name of the
person competing labeled thereon.
When the committee bare made tbelrdeela
lon, tbe names of competitors will be publish
ed In the jBrrzBfloaTasT, and weight of each
ample. Competition open to every farmer
In tbe county, and we hope all will feel per
fectly free to compete, tn Hancock county
"Corn Is King." and oar motive Is Its Improve
ment. Let as hear from all.
E. O. DlWoui A Co.
The 43d anniversary of the Hancock
County Bible Society, will be beld in
the Presbyterian Church, next Sab-
. bath evening, Nov. 3d.
Clover Seel This product comes
in slowly, and m worth S4.504.75
per bushel Our dealers complain
that it is unclean and in bad condition. I
This does not speak well tor some of
our farmers. I
Tie Best Corn. We hope every
farmer, who has a good corn crop
this year, will compete lor tbe pre
mium offered in another column.
There is no entry tee, and compe
tition is open to all in the county.
Take Notice. Those who bought
Fruit or Ornamental trees of A. L.
Flack, or his agents, are hereby noti
fied that he will deliver the same at
or near the C. S. k C. Depot on next I
Saturday (to morrow). Promptness
is requested in call for your orders.
Fire! The dwelling bouse of Mr.
B. F. Robinson, on East Lincoln
atreet, was discovered to be on fire,
last Monday afternoon. The fire
caught in the roof, from i. defective s
u, .m, .or . u, iWeu . u
could save the property. A toed
few mates work by the "Dread- ,
' Bangui's,- cowever, cnangea uie as
pect of affairs, and the building was
saved, minus moat of the roof. Tbe
losa is about $300, which is fully
covered by insurance.
The Courier Office to be Removed.
Our neighbor of the Courier has
leased the building on West Railroad
street, in the tear of the National
Bank Block, for seven years,' is fit
ting it np for an office, and will re
move about the first of next month.
The change is a good one, as it will
enable bim to have his sanctum and
machinery, on the first floor. We
congratulate him on his change, which
we consider for tbe better.
Da. Libbt's next visit at Findlay,
will be at the Joy House, Thursday,
Nov. 7th. Ilia remarxble success
since he commenced visiting Findlay,
is the strongest argument in favor of
bis treatment could be advanced.
Not one case but has fteadily injured
and many have been permanently
cured ot complaints of standing.
'Facts are stubborn things,'' and facts
like these are what inspire confidence.
He stops but one day,' and every
A Pleasant Call. We were pleased
to receive a visit from Hon. W. H.
Harvey, State Com. of Common
Schools, one of the instructors of the
Institute this week. An old typo, he
still has a warm side for the "art
preservative," and a hankering after
printer life, ilia appearance would
indicate that he "notes the bright
hours only,' and a visit from him is
a genuine recipe for dyspepsia. We
are glad that he has "gone up head
he deserves welL
Farmers' Club Election. It will be
seen by notice given that the annual
election ot this institution will come
off one week from to morrow. We
hope to see a full attendance. Every
farmer in the county would be bene
fitted by a regular attendance upon
the meetings of this Club. An inter
change of opinion amoner farmers
would do more to build np and devel
op our agricultural interests than any
project within our knowledge. When
our fanning interests prosper, every
other occupation must flourish. Let
ns have a full attendance.
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad.
A change of time took place on this
Boad last Tuesday which brings in
the evening train at 8:25 half an
hour earlier. The Road willbecomple
ted within three miles ot Lima by the
close oi this week,and unless something
occurs, -not down in the bilLa," an
other week will connect ns with the
enterprising city ot Lima. Parmsnter
and Fisher owe ns a visit and we shall
expect them over to oongratulate us
on tbe re-election of Grant. We shall
meet them at th Depot, en tmste, as
cordially as we would "meet her by
moonlight alone ;" in fact, we would
make it a particular meter.
Thb special attention of our readers
is directed to tbe snvertisement ot the
Cinetmmali Gazette, which appears in
another column of this paper. TheCo
tettt is the leading Republican news
paper west of the mountains, and for
sews, agriculture, politics, literature,
commerce, and all other subjects of in
tercet, at home'or abroad, it can not
j be exoeOed.
-i Outober 25, 1872, 3
HANCOCK COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
MONDAY, Oct. 28, 1872.
A number of teachtri assembled
tbe Union School Ba'uding in accor
dance with the call of the Executive
Committee.for the purpose of holding
a Teachers' Institute, and were called
to order at 11 A. M by I. W. Wfcet
stone, one of the Vice Presidents of
the 1 At Institute.
Election of officers being first in
order, Mr. F. H. Tnfts mored the
election of President for the Institute
be by ballot, which was carried.
While the ballots were being col
lectel and counted. Rev. J. F. Bein
mnnd, of Tiffin, who was present.wss
introduced, sH.d made some appro
priate introductory remarks.
When tbe ballots were counted,
Mr. J. B. Kagy, of Tan Baren, was
declared President for the present
session of tbe Institute. Messrs, G.
Pendleton, F. II. Tultr, Doriias
Martz, Miss Eva Church and Miss
Bell Cole were elected Vice Presi
dents, and J. Bowman, Secretary.
Capt. W. S. Wood, chairman of
the Executive Committee, then pre
sen ted a programme of exercises for
the Institute. A question arose as
wbelberthe report of the Executive
Committee on nroeramme ahonld be
adopted by the Institute; and wheth
tbe Institute has the power, or
riirtit, to change said programme in
particular. After some discus
the leport was adopted for the
afternoon, and tbe Institute adjourn
until 1:30 P. VL .
The Institute met and was called
order, when Mr. Kagy took the
chair, and after some appropriate re
marks, introduced Rev. J. F. Rein
mund who made some valuable sug
gestions on the subject of teaching
Af'.ei the lecture on penmanship
some recitations were given by dif
ferent departments of the Union
1st A recitation by Miss Plum
school D. Primary in Phon
ic Spelling, Beading and Mental
Arithmetic. 21. Mies Horn's school
C. Primary in Vocal Music and
primary Arithmetic. 3d. Miss Gra
school B. C. & D. Primary
Phonic Spelling and Beading in
German. 4n. Miss Stevens' school
a Grammar in OrtbesraDhv.friv-
definitions, elementary sounds
A ar 0
analysis of words.
After a short recess. Mr. Rein,
gave an interesting lecture on
subject of teaching primary read
ing, which all the teachers in our
county should have heard
The Institute then adjourned to
in evening session at 7 30 P. M
enceyrilh interesting and h!gh
nothiiig iectnre OB "The True End of
The teachers, with a respectable
number ot citizens convened in Co
Hall, and were called to order
Prof. Tufts, Vice President, at
hour for business.
The audience was entertained
music by a select choir singing
piece entitled "The Star ot Bethle
hem." Rev. Beinmund was then in-
trodacedf and erjterined attd
XTthlf close of the lecluie, the au
was again entertained with
by C&e choir ; when the Insti
tute adjourned until 9 o'clock A. M.
TUESDAY, Oct. 30.
met pursuant to journment,
and was called to order
D. Martz, Vice President. The
exercises were opened with reading
scripture and prayer by Rev. Itein
mund ; after which the minutes were
On motion of Mr. Tnfts, a com
mittee of three was appointed to en
roll the names of the teachers present,
wished to become members of
Institute. F. H. Tufts, I. W.
Wbitstone and Miss Eva Church
appointed said committee.
Rev. Rsinmund was then CilleiTiup
onand gave some excellent directions
regard to teaching penmanship in
tbe close of this lecture. Prof.
Ogden, of tbe Central Normal School,
present, was introduced, and
delivered a concise lecture on the
Fundamental Principles of Educa
cation, or Mental Development.
After a Bhort recess, Prof. Rein-
made some excellent remarks
the sudject of spelling in our
schools, and insisted that it should
more carefully and thoroughly
Prof. Ogden being next called, In
troduced the subject of Grammar, or
Language Lessons, illustrating tbe
by diagrams on the black
the close of the lecture the In
adjourned until 1:30 P. M.
The Institute met and was called
order by the President at the
Rev. Beinmund resumed the sub
of penmanship, which be treated
an interesting and aatisafctory
manner, we think, to all present.
By-the-way, the Prof, is a fine pen
and knows Low penmanship
should be taught.
At the close of the lecture on pen
sushi p, Prof. Ogden took up tbe
subject of Geography, in connection
intellectual culture, and insisted
the development of tbe faculties
taste, order, j adgment, etc , w h il
tesching the sciences.
After a reee?s of ten mioutes, the
Institute listened to two interesting
recitations by tie Union Schools
first was a recitation by Misb
wet 'a echo si B. Primary an
Object Lesson upon color, followed
a composition on the same subject. J
a recitation by Miss
Church's school B. Grammar in
Arithmetic both of which gave evi- J
of good, systematic traiciog
At the close of these exercises,
Reinmund resumed his lecture
Reading, and enumerated some
fifteen i ems which contribute to
A large audience' assembled in Co
lumbia Hall, at the hour designated,
was called to order by G. F. Pen
dleton, Esq. The exercises were
opened with a piece of instrumental
music by Miss Hollyday.
Prof. Ogden, of the Central Nor.
School at Worthington, Ohio
then introduced, and entertained
auoience wiui suae recitaiioa of
an original poem entitled 1he Com
ing jlan of America." The exercises
were closed with another piece
music by Miss Hollyday.
Tbe Institute then adjourned until
9 o'clock, A.M., Wednesday, Oct,
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 30, '72.
Institute met at the usual hour and
was called to order by Mr. Tnfts.
ine exercises oi xue dsy were
opened with reading scripture and
prayer by Rev. Reinmund: after
which tbe minutes of tbe previous
day were read, corrected and ap
Air. j. u. fienncr moved an
amendment to the programme of ex
ercises, which motion wss lost. Prof.
Beinmund then introduced the sub
ject of Language Lessons, or Compo
sition, by use of pictures, which he
made quite interesticg.and which may
undoubtedly be made practical in
After a recess of ten minutes, Prof.
Ogdjn resumed his lecture on Edu
cation, and took as his topic, "The
Teachers' Work, or School-room
Duties," and showed how all may be
arranged and conducted as to ail
a proper growth and development
the moral and mental faculties.
At the close of Prof. Ogden's lec
ture, Rev. Beinmund gave the teach
some valuable directions "How to
tecurt good order in their sciooItV He
specified thirteen items, or regulations
which, if properly used, would have
tendency to promote that object
The Institute then adjourned until
1:30 P. M.
Institute met pursuant to adjourn
meet Mr. Tufts in the chair.
Prof. Beinmund resumed his lect
on Readirg, and gave the teach
present some valuable directions
regard to breathing, vocalizing
cultivating the voices of their
pupils. He also directed some read
exercises by the teachers.
Prof. Ogden then resume! his
lecture on Grammar, or Language
Culture, and by diagram'and familliar
explanations, gave to the teachers
present a good idea of how this use
branch of science may be success
After a short rccese, the Institute
the privilege of listening to two
recitations by tbe Union School. The
an Object Lesson on Forest
Trees, by Miss Robison's school
Primary. The 21, a recitation in
Arithmetic, by Miss Church's school
A. Grammar. These, like the
recitations of yesterday, showed good
After thise exercis, Prof. Ogden
took np the subject of Lan
Lessons,in connection with the
methods of conducting the Kinder
garten Schools, and gave the teach
ers some new jdeas of the foundations
which they have to build.
The Institute then adjourned nntil
large audience, composed of
citizens andteacherstaBsembled in the
at an early hour, and was called
order at the hour for business, by
Cburcb, one oi the Vice Presi
The exercises were opened with
on the piano, by Mr. Heicz i.
I. F. Reinmund then entertain
the audience with an excellent ad
dress on "The Dangers to which the
are exposed," which was lis
to with interest and attention.
Capt W. S. Wood then offered a
resolution tendering the thanks of the
Institute to Rev. Beinmund, for his
excellent instructions and lecture be
fore this Institute, which was carried
a rising vote.
The exercises of tbe evening then
with another piece of music by
Heinze,and the Institute adjourn
until 9 A. M., Thursday, Oct. 31.
SnxRiDAN & Guiss at home from
A. M , until ten P. M., dady.
company and purse axe re
NEWS AND PERSONAL.
is 6aid that Sloane took up hun
of passes on bis Railroad a few
after tbe election.
The front of Mr. John Bickel-
haopt's new building presents a fine
appearance equal to any In town.
We are glad to notice that Mr.
A. Robinson has so far recover
his health as to be able to ride out.
The laying of the floor in the new
Hancock Bank Building" attracts
attention of passers-by, and looks
We are informed that the Hook
Ladder boys fully proved tbe
efficiency of their branch of the fire
department last Monday.
There is a rumor afloat iu town
we are to have a new bank start'
The Messrs. Vance are said
be the lucky men.
Mr. Jno. H. Williamson is putting
a neat and comfortable brick resi
on his farm 1$ miles south of
It looks comfortable and
Mr. Thomas Clifford has been lying
low at his residence for some
past, but we are glad to learn
the prospects are good for his
E T. Dunn, Esq., will occupy a
as a law office in the new Han
cock Bank Building, and Mr. Ab.
has painted bis card in fine style
the front window.
We are in receipt of a letter from
Keller by which we learn that he
at St. Faul, Minn. The Doctor i
for his health and may go
est as Salt Lake. He reports
. ..dib as much improved.
remaps no reai mcaicrne ever
gained iha rapid popularity which
uastjoria nas aone. one person re
their experience ot its good ef
fects to another. It is a vegetable
preparatinn,perfectly harmless, pleas
to take; dees not distress or
tp i, but regulates the system, and
sure to operate when all other reme
have failed. Any person who
a ever used Castoria for Stomach
Ache, Constipation, Croup, Flata
Worms, Filee, or deranged
Liver, will never again use nauseat
Oil, Bitter Fills or Narcotic Syr
Tbe Castor ia contains neither
Minerals, Morphine nor Alcohol. By
soothing, quieting effects it pro
duces natural sleep.and is particntar
adapted to crying and teething
children. It costs but 35 cents and
bcttle will save manv dollars in
doctors' bills. . . .
Mr. G. G. Grady was presented
with a gold beaded cane by the mem
bers of bis troupe, at Kenton, last
week. It is said that Grady had
gooa season, ana is nappy, lie
already preparing for a fresh start
There is nothing more tiue tLan
the old adage: "Go a way from
home to hear the news." For In
stance tbe Kenton Lemocrat of latt
week cays that "thirteen Luudred
Liberals voted for Sloane in the
Tenth district,'1 and caps the climax
by ssj ing that ''Sloane would have
made one of the most efficient mem
bers of Congress."
Tbe Hardin county Fair is said to
have been the most successful ever
held in the county. The display of
stock was unusually large especial
ly in Horses, Cattle and Hogs.
A young girl, 16 years of age, was
arrested in Ada last week, on charge
of stealing some clothing, tried and
taken to jail in Kenton, ri iiog the
distance after night As a result she
led on Monday morning under the
effects of a sinking chilL She was
an orphan, and, wa learn from the
Kenton Republican, sto'e the clothes
to keep her warm. Who is the criu
inal in this case ?
The Mansfield, Cold Water and
Lake Michigan road is completed to
New Washington, Crawford county.
"They say" it will bs finished to To
ledo by Jan. L. A child of Mr. James
Ewing, of Adrian, set its clothes. oa
fire from aburning stick, which it had
taken from a stove,and was severely
burned before the flames could be
SENECA COUNTY. VAN WERT COUNTY.
Forepaugtt's circus and menagerie
gave the last exhibition of the season
Van Wert, last week. A part of
stock will be wintered there.
The bachelors of Upper Sandusky
a grand re union and 6upper lxst
week. They tried to convince them
selves and each other that they were
very happy, but the fact that tine
of Un oi them went to get rear
ried is said to have Interfered some,
what with their hilarity.
John Pray, one ot the first ISj:trJ
Commissioners of Wood cou a ti
died at his residence ia Watervitle
the lstb mat. lie moved to tnat
section in 1818; was Countv Com
missioner for 12 years, and a Justice
the Peace for 9 venri. He was 1
90th year when he died.
The Catholics of Perrysburg doii
caled their new Cemetery, on Mon
of .last week, wi'h appropriate
The Farmers of Wood; County
of organizing a Farmers Club.
The Postal Law. There is much
ignorance among the masses with re
gard to the laws governing the rates
postage in the United States. The
following buef abstract of tbe rules
taken from tbe United States Mail,
official and may be relied upon as
correct. It would be a good plan for
who are ignorant of the pro
visions of the law to clip this and pre
it for reference ;
By law all mailable matter is divid
into three classes ; first, letters :
second regular printed matter; third
miscellaneous matter. The first class
embraces all correspondence whol'.y
partly in writing, except book
manuscripts and corrected proof
sheets between authors and publish
ers. The second class embraces all
matter exclusively in print and ieru-
issued at stated periods from a
known office ot publication, without
addition by writing, mark, or
The third da em
braces all pamphlets, occasional,
publications, transient newspapers,
magazines, handbills.poetcrg, unsealed
circulars, prospectuses, books, book
manuscripts, proof obeets, corrected
proof-sheets, maps, prints, engravings,
blanks, flexible patterns, sampleB of
merchandise not exceeding twelve
ounces in weight, sample cards,
phonographic paper, letter envelopes,
wappers, cards, plain and orna
paper, photographic represen
tations of different types, seeds, cut
tings, bulbs, roots, scione, and all
other matter which may be declared
mailable by law, and all other articles
above the weight prescribed by
which aie not from their form or
nature liable to destroy, deface, or
ortherwise injure the contents of the
bag, or tbe person of any one
engaged in the postal service. All
liquid., poisons, glass, explosive ma
terial, and obscene books shall be
excluded from the mails. All matter
the third class, books and other
printed matter, book manuscripts,
proof sheets, and corrected proof
sheets, shall not exceed twelve ounces
weight, and all matter oi. the third
shall be subject to examination.
regards the rates charged it may
stated in general that letter pos
tage is charged on all mail matter
which is wholly or partly in writing.
except book manuscripts and' correct
proofs passing between authors snd
publishers, and local or drop letters ;
all printed matter which is so
marked as to convey and other or
further information than is conveyed
the original print, except the cor
rection ot mere typographical errors ;
all matter which is sent in violation
law respecting incloeures ; and on
marter to which no specific rate of
postage is assigned. Manuscripts for
publication in newspaper, magazines,
periodicals are suDjeci to letter
postage. The rate of postage on
mailable matter ot the third class is
cent for each two ounces or frac
tion thereof, except for books, sam
of metals, ores, mineral, and mer
chandise, which are to be charged
cents for each two ounces or
fraction thereof- No package weigh
ing more than four pounds shall be
received tor conveyance by man, ex
books published or circulated by
order of Congress.
List of Letters remaining in the
office at this place for tho week
ending Oct.. 31st, 1872 :
Florence K Ballard
Miss Emma Craft
Mrs Robert Moore
Alexis a uavls 3 .
Zeno A Hakes-S
Mrs Mary Btorer.
Bennet 8m 1th
Xlss Mary Thomas
Mr A 8 Townaend ,
Margaret A Hamilton
uosa u rover
T H Ingham
Persons calling for these letters
please say they are advertised.
THOS. E. ADAMS, P. M.
Fahraey's Famous Eemedy.
Dr. Fahmey's Blood Qeanser or
Panacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column. '
Shxeidajt & Gcibe, three
oath of the Joy House.
Friends of the S. S. Cause in Hancock County:
In accordance with a resolution
adopted in our last convention, to
have a meeting cf the S. S. workers
this Fall, the executive committee
hare decided to can a convention
be beld in Findlay on the 19th
20th of November. There is a press
ing necessity for this convention.
1. We ail need more enthusiasm
in this work, which can be obtained
by meeting and giving each other
words of counsel and cheer.
2. We neeJ it that we may
er.me behind in tbe sr.irit of nrorress
exhibited by all our neighboring COUn
3. e need it that our hearts may
be warmed toward each other: that
, . , ,
C J U 14 la I. C LOvAlia UM1VI MV h W.
and that we may more neanv "mind
the same things.'
5. We need it that we may be
come more dissatisfied with our pres
ent condition as S S. workers.
5. We net d it to arouse the dor
mant talent of the Church if possible
stir it' to its depths, and give di
rcction and aim to many who sincere'
wish to labor for tbe Master.
In short, we need that God may be
honored, that the character of our
children snd youth rosy be formed
upon a Christian basis, aod that God'slfor
word may be more hiahly prized and
prayerlully reSd by all the people.
We cordially invite every Sunday
uuiwiiuiucuiuuijiuKLu i,u vi
more delegates, and you can come
assurance tnat you wiunndtl
. . ... M .
, . . - 3 it : - r
people ot Findlay during the Con-
VeBtlOU. Uuesttons OI Vital interest
every Sunday School worker will
brought before the Convention.
Wb regret to learn that Mr, Hiram
of Liberty township, had a se:
stroke of paralysis yesterday
and fears arc entertained
he msy net recovered. We hope
next report from
him may be
Local Business Notices.
Farmers' Club Meeting
The "Hancock County Farmers'
Club" will meet at the Court House,
in Findlay, on
Saturday, Nov. 9, 1872,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., (or the purpose of
electing officers tor the ensuing year,
and to trausact such other business as
may come before the meeting. A full
attendance is requested.
G. W. Powell,
S. B. Huffman, President,
A Fine Thing for the Teeth.
The fragrant SOZODONT has
a very prominent place
S tho most aimrovcd dentrifices
the day. It is a ve ry popular ar
for the toilet, highly recommend
by all who here used it, as a beau
and preserver of the teeth, re
freshing the mouth, sweetening the
and arresting the progress of
Spalding's Glue mends Furniture,
The Burdet Organ.
Fred. Sfclbach has been appointed
tor this well known instrument,
those wanting a bargain in that
should call with him. lie also
several of the very best styles
Pianos manufactured, which he
warrants to give satisfaction in price
B. An agent wanted to travel
sell instrumento on commiEsio
Messrs. Rhamey & Moomey have
up a shop on East Railroad
opposite Cox's Livery Stable,
they are prepared to do all
of Blacksmithing. They pay
particular attention to horse shoeing.
public are respectfully invited to
Oct. 25, 1872-3W
cone of our business what can
didate you supported at the election.
regards your interest in the pur
chase of Boots, Shoes, Fall and Win
ter Goods, we feel more solicitous.
would respectfully beg to call the
attention ot our friends and customers
our now stock of Fall and Winter
feeling confldentthat it will
to their own interest to do so.
Also, all those knowing tLemeelves
indebted to us are . requested to call
settle by note or otherwise, before
first of November, 1872. We
business ; please do not put ns
any unnecessary trouble.
Smart fc Moffit.
Oct. 11, 1872-4w.
BARJTD GOOD WIV Oct, 29. at the resi
dence of John Goodwin, in Findlay, by Rev.
Henderson, Mr. Elijah R. Barnd to Miss
ADAMS COEN On the 2!d Inst, at the
residence of the bride's parents, in Wood
y . Mr. Thomas E. Adams, of Findlay, to
engaaee is sweet. Tommy beat ns for
Postmaster. We have no sympathy for him.
FOSTER At his residence, m North Find-
ii.iuuy TI1-Dt, Oct, SL 1872. Of 1
fever. Thomas Fabler, aged 81 yeaxs,
Thursday, Oct. 31. 1872.
UBAis.-Wheatbetteratll.20Sl 25; OaU2j
Dums-iHui at 14 eu for choice.
Sidea, 6e Hams, loe
,V"T" 1 ei 2
Z " JOQSS
- 25al ot
CHicxijrs Live .
, , laJO
TOLEDO, October 30.
yesterday more aetlTlty was
manifested la tbe market for Amber Wheat,
which ruled at SLCl.c: options weie
moderate! jctl ve. seller November fl .C, seU-
er December (Laborer tbe year steady at
11.45. Extra White Michigan nominal. Ko.1
1 White Michigan ruled duU at IL5B. No. t
w nite Wabash no sales. So. 1 White
bash steady at 117. No. 1 Bed dull at tlSL
No. 2 Bed quiet, Wabash at . and Dayton
4 Michigan at SL40J4; options dull, closing
trine better, seller Kovember tLMHUtlAL I
eueruciooer and buyer October Il.eMC
ttea mi. Rejected Bed nominal. Amber I
Iillnoiadull at 11. S3 lor No. 2.
High mixed Corn was moderately actlreat
uc. ana closed qDlet;optlonsdall.at 0c sel-
ler November; New Hlvh mtnrf t at
rjc spot, src. Seller November, and xc
"er January. ixw mixed Corn dull at 3Se;
dull, no sales. Yellow Corn dull at 40c
New a fhade Ufttur t -7 SnfirmAm
n uiiciura sieaay at C'NC
so. oau active at 7rt&r.yjc Rejected uau
dan Michigan (old) oau steady at
33c. Bye duU, no demand for No. 1; If a 2
fflftflfy j ff?gw
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, Oct. 29.
the week thus far U.7O0 bead, against lSlOO
nead Bm "me last week. The market
BeifCattlx Receipts lor to-day were 170
head, making the total supply for the week
thus far 7X1 head, orC cars, against SS ears at
the same time last week. The market was
not fairly opened; all the stock trains are be
lieved to be on time. The only transactions
were 41 Michigan steers, ranging from 768 to
Be at 33 ewai 26: 68 Cherokee cows and
heifers, S3 to 9S4 fta, at S3 504 00. and IS Illi
nois cows, averaging 1AQ6 teat H 12K.
cHitr Ann Laxbs. Receipts for to-day
ZbO head, making the supply for the week
SOO bead, against 5,400 bead at the same time
last week. The market la not opened yet.
Hogs. Receipts for to-day. Including S oars
arrive. wnt 7 lftft m.VIn th.innt.
crowded state of the Eastern markets and the
Iwgeropply remaining in the pens here, has
advices from New York. Opto noon no
were effected, and no prospect of any
Buffalo. October .
Enrvss Bccelptst to-day, including 17
wireponoBio arrzve, s.saz neaa, mmg
totai supply for the weekhus mrwo
Btaa or z cars, against 823 ears for the same
ume last wees. The market was the dullest
opening day of the season. The run was
generally composed of common stock and
there were but few good cattle In the yards.
attendance was fair but buyery lacked
spirit to purchase. The continued unfavor
reports from the east and the preva
lence of the horse disease In New Toik has
paralysed trafle here, buyers and sellers j
standing &c apart. There la not sufficient I
to Justify a quotable market. Sales of
Illinois steers, averaging 118591456 1 at
S5'50(3,75 ; 20 Illinois cows averaging 1015 la,
St,00 S2 Missouri oxen, averaging 133 la at
; 35 Kentucky steers, averaging 1S48 tot,
S6,00;S8 Canada steers of 1100112SBsat I
$1.1334(84,65; 49 Indiana do. of 1075ai5441hs at
S5,008,62; 21 Indiana stockers ot 821 1 at
12 Ohio steers of 1385 ta at 16,70; Michi
stockers, averaging 972 B) at U,0a.
Bhkkp awd Laxbs Receipts to-day, 4,670
making the total supply for the week
far 8,400 head, against 16,000 head last
The market was late in opening, but
a very lively appearance at last week
rates. Bales of 161 Canada sheep of III
at SS; 55 Ohio sheep of 102 M at 14 87M ; 410 1
Michigan sheep of 80 tm at IS.
Hoos Receipts to-day, 1,000 head, making
total supply for tbe week thus far 12,800,
against 25,000 head fortheaame time last week
market opened active at an advanee of
per cwt. Quite a large number of sales
made at prices ranging from 14 54 75.
at Si 5SM 75 ; 827 Michigan hogs averaging I
to 237 Be at ti 354 CO.
Chicago, Oct 29.
Beif CatiXS Receipts to-dax, 3,744 head. I
market was unchanged ; one lot of choice I
sold at S3 2 ; stock cattle sold at I
004 25 for common to choice, and St S3 for I
, Tezans brought 12 8213 60.
Hoos. Receipts to-day. 1,798 bead. Thai
market was a shade firmer tor the beat grades, I
common to choice selling at (4 1594 45, and I
smooth at 84 SO04 65.
Bhiip. Receipts to-day, 1,217 head. The I
wss doll and weak, with sales at 83 75 1
Chicago, Oct. SO.
Cattli Receipt to-day 1,393 head. The I
are dragging slowly at Irregular prices I
the rates were weak and easy. One drove
cuoice 5UiyiB auiu H vu, awu uiuiov mi I
83.30(965; medium to fair at 85;87A25; Texas
82.203&25 for through droves.
Hoes Receipts to-day 4,032 head. The mar
is active and 1015c. higher. Prices
ranging at 84.454,75. A bout all were sold.
8UEXP Receipts to-day 767. The market Is
active bnt lower. Bales at 83J594J2.
BUFFALO, Oct. 29. New Advertisements.
Hail Road Notice.
xroTICE isbereby given that books for re
ceiving subscription to the capital took I
Toledo A Columbus Railroad Company I
be opened at tbe
Rmvn. in Klndlav. R
Rmwn. in Klndlav. Hancock oonnty. Ohicon
at tne u umce 01 n. e.
Monday, the 2d day of December,
aa soon as ten per cent, of tbe capital
'. A. !.. lord.
of said Company shall be subscribed,
atneirholders. with the consent of each
will nmAwd timWl uwn dirao.
of said company vo continue id vmcv ,ii
the time fixed for tne annual election, ana 1
ill Hi l i i mirroanonarnrnnsrnsntiqTisiinf 1
HARVEY P. PLATT
VALENTINE. U. KETCHAM,
J. a LEE,
J. a PATTERBO,
B. L. BOUOHTON, -EDWIN
WM. U DAVIS,
K. a BAKES,
Kov. 1, 1872-4W.
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Oct. 25, 187:2.
FA AND W NFFR
" ...... a.s
advertise this week s large stock of
Hats, Caps, &c.
We have added to our stock
RmiIv ltldfl flntfiinv f
mmwmwmj eu wuv e-w
and aWratlae thit week ft lrg line of
and advertise this week a lirge line of
Readv Made Suits,
In Black Alpaca. Also
READY SIM Mm !
uwu,uuhj omu, mu miimuwu u.uuw "
cneaper man memaiwriai can oe nougns.
, it wuipeyyouio
CALL AND SEE THEM
We have some of the nobbiest goods In
Infant, Misses' and Womens
Silk Scarfs, Jkc, ote
Ever brought to Findlay
Under Vests & Pants
AS ONE DOLLAR!
It will Fay Yta ! Call and
S Oar CrtMtts and Lsnsra
John Eaton & Co.
8 BBsi4nbr we keep he
-arcest Stock mt JUlllaetT
J. EATON I CO.,
1 l II
"Old White Corner.'
THEY ARE COMING.
w- E- Snyder, of "Old White Corner." is
now in ratw TUKrl Buying Goods
ISP O 3ES CS cSl 3 3HE !
They are coming in
you wish to see the purchasing power
of the "Almighty Dollar" fuilv de
veloped, call at"01d White Cor
ner" when you want to buy
O aT4 AT 4bv TTV 'Ha -w
jGOOD MIMl GOODS,
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooo
niAaeAAfleAaAAaeaneaAeA nnjl r ft sfcfiel flrtstlsTlfllle ji
C CV Wet UUIVWC VtTCc VK UW CCvWTOtUv CCeCCcC tTW tluCVL UVUUt! OCtJ U
A AAA A AAA A Jfc AA A A A A A AA AAA A A AA AA AAA Jfc A A A A A AA A A AAA A A AAA
! BOOTS il SHOES.
MISS. A. .
will in future be found
ner," with an immense stock of Millin
ery and Fancy Goods, at Wholesale
and Retail, and is now in NEW
YORK searching for the Lat
est Thing Out" in Millin
. Coiiry illta fill Eg SnpplieJ oa FairaMs Terai
'OLD WHITE CORNER."
Oct- 18, 1 872-3 w.
by every train, and if
td kv -W O
FANCY GOODS ffi I
in "Old White Cor
Third Judicial District
STATE OF OHIO
For the Year 1873.
It Remembered. That at a meetinz of
Judges ot the Court of Common Pleas, of the
Common Pleas Judicial District of tne
late of Oh lo, at tbe Court Uoom in tlie town
Lima. Countv of Allen. State of Ohio on
day of tne aaie nereoi, lor tne purpose oi
Courts of Common Pleas, snd the District
nxinetne times oi souiiax ma Kruuui iue
(Vinrta in said District, lor tne vear inj. we.
nndfinimeiL Judges of the of Court of
Common Pleas within and tor said District.
hereby fix tbe times of boldina; said Courts
tne year loij in eacu anu vver wumy in
District, as iollows:
COMMON PLEAS COURT.
Tho mml terms of the Court of Common
In and for the several conntles of said
niirint In and lor said veai. shall commence
the several counties liiireof, as follows :
Union oounty February X, May 4, Octo
1. . .
Hardlii eouni7 reoruary a, jay
vember 8. . . .
LoKan county aiarcn ia, a uuw, ninou-
Shelby county January 11, April 15, Sep
tember 2. . ,
Auglaize county jiai ,
blp1Allen county-February 24, May 2S, Oeto
Mercereaunty reoruair xi, afiu jd, i-
In"vanWert county-January 14, May 13
i?tnam county-February Ilay U,8ep-
in'pauldlng county- rebmary i, JuneSep
tember23. , ...
Dettance coumy- j j
nkenry county February 10, May S, Octo-
, M 1 1W
Fulton county reoruaxjf
!... . w-
Williams couniy . , j
Wood county Janoarv , May 5, Beptem.
Marlon county . ia MmJ
Mneca eounty-MarchJ. June . Sovem
berX ; . u
" . er. Of.
tiffin"" cwm.j-i c. . j ,
0InlWyandot oounty January 8. May 12,
"criwrd county-y,brury r.Jone ,
DISTRICT COL Kf.
of the DUtrict Court, in
tor the year IK73, shall commence in the
several eounues tneroon ,"'""Ym"
Fulton county ap j-.
Wood county April 5.
Henry county A prilll.
Defiance county April .
Paulding eounty April 10.
Van Wert eouniy-rieptember lo
In Putnam eounty rieptemoer ii.
la Auglaize eounty-tptemoer a.
Boelby eouniy-eptember 8.
In Logan eounty-A oguf.
Marion county March 25.
In Union county Ausyst i
In Crawtbrd eounty March ZT.
In Wyandot eounty- March-.
In Hardin eounty-eplemUer i.
In Hancock eounty April
1. nManlv A lrll Z.
And we do further order and direct that the
viVl let mot said Conrt Miall commence
oth ofaaid terms.at eight
A. M. JACtON.
ovrirff tm Kw-Kw ap4wwn lht my wMferJ0
Kloora, ha. left my bed and .xrd "J
VrOTICE is hereby given that "'"'"j
SI tut. o. Ja-bnrtdec,..
A. Wora. Attorney.
NOTICE la hereby given lhat the ander
slened baa been appointed Administra
of the edate of Uamuel Van Dyke, late of
Dated at Kl nd lay UllsSth day of October, JU7J.
Oct. , l72-Io JW Aii-S VA3 VXWL.
We offer at popular prices a
line of Ciiil&ren's Underwear
in all sizes.
J. J. WHEELER & CO.
A new lot of Ottoman Scarfs
and S awls just received.
J. J. Wheeler & Co.
A nice lot of Ladies' and
CMldrens' Hosiery, Baby
Cloaks and Hoods at
J. J. Wheeler- Co.'s
Hid Gloves in all sizes and
colors at $1 per pair.
J. J. Wheeler & Co.
DOWN THEY GO.
After this date .
SIMM PHOTOGRAPH CO,
$10 Per Half-Dozen !
AttenUoa. Company '. without doubling,
right-face, forward, dooble-qmek marcn
aod away e go to C. E- Beymoor et Co.
pbotograph Htudio to get our likenesses ; for
after thla date they make them for tl-iO per
half-doxen.andwewantto gat In ahead of
the crowd and avoid tbe Rush not Bloane
but the other felKw-ae we want to secure
some of those splendid frames they are sell
ing, dirt-cheap. Only think ! "lce, solid
Black Walnut Frames
at ft.75 : noneof yourstained Imitation Wal
nut, but the genuine article ana e-olng
rod they will make you a nine a picture to
f,otl- tnem as you can get In thla eounty, at
east andett cheap. Aud by the way, doa't
fail to get one of those
witbplaees (or tbe pictures of all yowr family
Tbey are the best thing out, and atOey mour A
Co. 's Is the only place that tbey can be o
talned la thla vicinity. And those beautiful
with places for Photos of Bride and Groom-
only li-uu and It will makesuehanicaoma-
meni tor your room in your day, and a me
mento that will be bhthly prized by your
children or frienda after you have passed
away. Mo put not oft till to-morn. w what von
can andsnoulddote-day.but go at once to
Heymour Co. 's studio and get yourlPboto-
KiKpu mHN wiiue wan nave time ami nni.
wiiv.H-iiwiiiuwjoaiineoiii will pruee
MM J UWU t.
At -Tie's Old Stand, In XevelTs
Old Block, Main Street,
C. H. Seymour & Co.
art Old pictures copied, and copies front Ufa,
: " -ww voiors. ink.
or Crayon, In the best manner Vor proof
..MlM,niimillMMUI.M 1 ,
Oct. 25, kf72-Im
tSm Persea na take these Bitters accent
but to directions, and remain long on writ, priv.kl. 4
loeir bonce ate not dcMrojcd bj mlacrai pod. or
other means, snd vital organs watteii U -jlJ u
point of repair.
Dyspepsia r Iadlgeetioi neadache, T?
tn toe aboulUera, Coug-lia, Tlgkueas of te Chrst
IMzxlneas. Sour Erucuaona of t&e Siom ., L-ul
TaMe In toe sToata, Bukmw Attack, Palpitaiioa of
tke Heart, Innamraaaoa of the Lops, pam tn tbe
rnrioo of the KrIDt. snal a hundred other nainfal
nmptonts, are toe otr-oprlan ot Drspecxia. one
bottle will prove a better gaataatee of its arents
Uiaa a lenrUiT advertisement.
Far CosBsOaiBts. ia Toani' or old.
martlet! or suiffle, at tee lwa of woman lewd, or
tee turn of lire, taeae Tooie Bitters dbralar ne
deckled an lnHuenca that improvement u aooa
or lattMmmatorr aad Ceraate Rhea
tm and Goat, BUloua, Remittent sad Inter
mittent Fever Diseases of tne Biood. Uver, Ki.1
nevs and Bladder. lbt Ibtten han, iu md.i
Suctt Dueaaeo are caused hv vitiated Blood.
ney are a ituM nrtiun aa well as
Tonic, pometain the tnent of actine sa a
powerful aeent In rejevlag Cotureettoa or Tnaara
mattoo of the Liver and VlsuenU Onraaa. acd in
Fo Skin Diseases, FrnpUom. Terter, Salt
ltteom. Blotches, Spot. Plmplea, Paatnlea, Boils,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms. Scald-Heart. Sore Eves,
Humors and Dueaae of the btln of whatever baim
or nature, are literally dog np and earned ont
or the sTttetn In a short tune by us oae of taeae
4rtefnl Thmusadl DTOelshn Tmuii Tlrp.
nsj the most woodernu lnvigorant that ever
stint sl ed theeintinir mwm.
K. M. Ttc DDl.tLD a CO.
Dnutvlflts snd Gen. Ajtu.. Prrv-icv rsi.. a
sor. f wsaouxrtoa sad Charlton Sta- N.r.
j rk Dtr . . i . . . . -, . . . ... . .
Oct. 25 ly.
must jwiua x 1873 sixta Year.
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