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THE JEFFER&0N1AN : FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1S72.
A BIG STIR !
Lively Times on the
Sold at Less than the
A GRAND RUSH
IS THE RESULT.
And you will get there !
ARB OFfKBZD IV
Ladies Dress Goods,
In all the New Colors
Ready Made Goods for
Ladies and Children.
A BIG STOCK
Gloves. Hosiery. ILace
Collars, Silk Ties,
FANCY GOODS GENERALLY
TO BE BOLD AT
Closing out the Entire
AT 50c ON THE DOIXAB.
Sold on a BASIS of
"Wool at 40c per lb.
Go into the Back Boom
and you can buy
Ready Made Cloth
ing:, Hats & Caps,
Cheaper than you ever bought
V- r.WOrrnatc U nr. QlllO
U VerCOaiS aUU OU I lb,
MEN AND BOYS,
That never fail to suit.
WILL IK rCTCSK BE FOCltD AT
Old White Conner 1
IMMENSE STOSK OF
a n rl F A N P.Y Gfl 0 H 9
dllU innUI UUUUOi
Everything: New and
Stylish, and Warran
ted as Represented !
FRIDAY KOltXIXG.KOV.lS, 1872.
Our Premium !
rhe corn crop of this count-, the present
seison.U perhaps tbe largest and beat ever
grown. If every farmer In the county would
take Dalna to aet the bent variety of seed. It
ouid make a difference of many thousand
ooi:,ra. That It mar Mine means onmproT-
Iuk the varieties grown In this county, we of
fer a premium of
for the best ten ears of corn crown In the eoun
ty the present year. This premium will be
open for competition until December 1st. A
committee of threedislnterested persons, ap -
will examine and decide. All samples to be
left at the J Err. Office, with the name of the
person competing labeled thereon.
When theeomrnlttee hare made their decis
ion, the names of competitors will be publish
ed in the jEFraafioaiAW, and weight of each
sample. Competition open to every farmer
In tbe county, and we hope all will feel per
fectly free to compete. In Hancock county
"Corn is King," and our motive Is Its Improve
ment. Let as bear from ali
E. O. DkWolte A Co.
Wc are busy making out and forwarding bill
tothottndAUdlOMa an subscription, adoertis -
ing and Job Work, at we want to emumenee
new year "square with the world." Don't wait
for a bill to be tent, however, nor don't stay away
because you have not the money Just now. 1you
cannot spare the money Just at present, call at the
office when yon come it to pay your taxes, and
find out how we ttand, and let us put it in Che I
shape of a due-bill and get it off thebooks. II
may seem a small sum to each of our natrons, hut
aggregate is a very large sum and would I
bevery handy lous. We propose louse a portion
it in makiny further improvements on our pa- I
uxj .tier vviuvt v. rw v w v u
ha w;,w. Jt-nt.
a m I
SnzBiDAS Si GciiK will deliver
goods in aoy part of tbe town .
I ersoiiaL Mr. C. N. Croninger, of
Toledo, was in town Monday, shaking
hands (not across the bloody chasm)
with old acquaintances. He looks
well and contented.
Tremendous Stock cheapsr than
ever at Bashon, Winders & Co.'s.
A fine new guitar at Holly day's,
Odd Fellows Block.
Dedication. The new Methodist
Episcopal Church at Benton, on Ben
Ridge Circuit. Central Ohio Con
ference, will be dedicated, Sunday, I
November 26th, by Bev. W. W.
Winter. assisted bv Rev. J. Ii. Hen-
derson. of Findlav. Ohio. To all. we
extend a cordial invitation.
Follow the crowd to Bushon, Win
ders & Co.'s
Snniniv Jtr. Orisa in th mom I
occupied by R. B. Hurd as Tobacco I
Friendly. Capt. Sam. Howard
dropped .in upon as last Saturday
with a large basket of rosy-cheeked
Belmonts on his arm, which he left
with us. We have fought the Cap
long and hard politically, but we
nave aiways conceueu mui w "uo
me oew nearteu ncu
in a journey over vuu iu. v.
of a century,
present was appreciated.
Ladies ! do not buy your Dress
Goods until you see the new stock of
Bashon, Winders & Co.'s.
Choice Cigaes and tobacco at
Sheridan fc Guise's.
Quarterly Keeting. The first I
Quarterly Meeting of the Methodist I
(Tinrrri ri Findlav. will ba held next I
Saturday and Sabbath. Preaching I
Saturday at 2 p. m., and at 6 J in the I
evening. tJuaneny meeung vonier-1
will meet at the close of the ser I
Saturday evening." Love feast,
Sabbath morning at 9 o'clock, public I
preachinsatlOi, followed by sacra-1
mentel services. Rev. W. W. Win-
new Presiding Elder, of Findlay
District, will officiate.
Spxcialtiej in all kinds of Goods
at Bashon, Winders & Co.'s.
How to save morey. Buy your
Orgaps of R. H. Hollyday.
The Best Corn. Some of thoae who
wish to compete for our Ten Dollars
premium tor the best ten ears of corn I
be raised in the county appear to
miRimderstand the conditions. The
iW. tfca nrn ita be weicrhed I
hauled them into the mistake- The
nrnminm km 11 r awarded to the bast
corn for all purposes not the heavi- J
The Committee appointed by
Farmers' Club to make the award
Gee . W. Graham and J. R. Tus-
. w 1 tt G
Sing, OI Big XACt-l auu narrv i
Heck. ot Liberty all experienced I
fkimera and eood men. Let every
farmer enter an appearance, as it costs
Clotuisg new and cheaper than!
ever at Bushon, Winders fe Co.'s I
Piano Covkes and stools or good
style and euperior quality at Music
Store, in Odd Fellows Block.
Railroad Keeting. A meeting was
held at the Court-honse.last Monday
evening, to take into consideration
matters concerning the locution of
the Columbus and Toledo RR. L.
Glessner, Esq , was nominated chair
man, and C. G- Barnd Secretary.
Mr. Blackford offered a resolution to
the effect that those present would
use their influence to secure the do
nation of the tax voted by Findlay
township to the road, in considers-
ion ot its location on the Western
route, provided the other townships
g if of ttld d0
UkcwUe. Altcr a lengthy debate, in
which the almost unanimous express
ion wes in favor of doing everything
in our power to secure tte location
of the read through Findlay, the res
oluiion was unanimously adopted.
Mr Henry Brown, in a tew re
marks, made a very favorable report
lot the prospects of the Western
route, but saia tnas perseverance and
LDcramy were uie neceasme. wuu-
out wnicn we couia no nope w
Messrs. Wm. Anderson and Hen-
ry Brown were appointed to attend
the meeting atuoiumuus, ana 100s
after the interests oi usxcock county.
They left last Wednesday morning
on their mission.
Umber keeps a up top b:ock oi
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry next!
door to the First National Bank. Hi
establishment will doubtless be besd
quarters tor those who wish to pur
chase Holiday presents
R. H. Holltdat has one trood
auw um inujpa.rea.
The Iiepublicana object to the pres
ent President of the Auglaize county
Agricultural Society because he kn't
a "practical agriculturist."
The Republicans of Auglaize coon
ty gained over 400 on the vote
October, at the recent election. The
Auglaize COarjtJ Democracy don t an
nmixtf! rro - j:..
Eight votes were polled for the
O'Conor ticket in WapakonneU on
VAN WERT COUNTY.
Aeoance of lead, the ball bavins never
Grant' majority in Van Wert caun-
Uy wa. ,15
The Republican majority
10 UCtODer WU 1 1
A very tealthy
The Bulletin gays that the Republi
cans of Van Wert wear good clothes
and have plenty of money a result of
of the betting on the recent election
Mr. A. DeLong, who was wounded
at Mission Ridge, died a short time
since, in Van Wert county, and a
-Ktt snwiMri Avaminof irn Tssvn11 tYia
lVfl f(V'V" a,skutuukiuu a va v va fcs-it
4u4. since his wound he has been car-
Tjmg aDOUl in 1118 Iieaa IOOUI u
The Ottawa Sentinel has been in-
formed that a few
days aince, while
workmen employed by the D. & 11.
R. R. were engaged in boring a
. TTonrv nnnntv. thev Btrnck a
, v. , ,
vein 01 coal uvo ieet tuics., ai a uepiu
fvl.aavAn A,at fuilAar fha anrfaia
.... rr .
Anlnn' mmnt in If AnrvnAnntv
v..j " j v
waaa i K A am UannhliAQn rvtaif. Binoa f
WH WTf m Aavji4tUMu tu diuw w
Itober of 188
The Nbrthvttt suspended a mam
moth beet in front of the office, with
Greeley'A name printed thereon, in
large letters, the day after the elec
Wm. Myers, son of John Myers re
siding south of Tiffin while hauling
fodder, suddenly turned his head,
dislocated his neck, and falling from
the wagon was picked np insensible.
was doing well at last accounts.
The frame work of the Railroad
bridge at Tiffin is being delivered.
There are 162 school houses in Sen
county, and there were 306 teach
employed during the past year.
total expenditures for school
purposes was $75,647 42. The total
enrollment is 7,620, there being 814
more males than females.
A little son of Philip Griffin, of Re
public, while playing in a yard near
fell into a well twenty ieet deep
which tuere was about lour ieet oi
water, and when rescued life was ex-
Tiffin is to have a Flax Mill, and
company are engaged in purohas
the flax raised in Seneca this
Abel Patrick and John Smith, of
Uhenj townflhip husked 5
corn in one day recently, from 6
A M m 6 p Ad they
nmehca to beat it.
Judge Jackson said, in a speech in
Bowling Green, that this country
would never have another Fresiden-
election that Grant would de-
himself dictator. What a pity
an ass b allowed to wear the ju
Henry Spohn, of Jackson township,
at his residence on the 29th ult.,
the advanced aee ot 85 years. He
one of the pioneers of that coun-
having removed from Maryland in
John Hall, employed at the Car
Works, fell from the roof of one of
highest buildings to the ground,
striking on his feet, received but
A little son of Early Rice, of Lind
say, cut his finger 60 severely one day
week that it had to be amputated
Goto R. H. Hollyday for bheet
Music, Pianos, Organs and Instruc
Will This Hit Anybody in Findlay?
There are practices tolerated in re
ligions congregations which Christians
who are zealous for the Lonor of their
Master s house, should utterly con-
demn. Decorum is the handmaid of
devotional feeling, and for this reason
house ol fcrod should never be
disturbed by the slightest approach
"It is part of my religion, ' said a
pious old lady, when asked why she
a a1h,pa1i Anvlff (nnf tA infitrrnnl
woui, vu wu'w - r-
jreligton 01 otners.' Ana we oe
ueve it evetry congregation
a part ot their religion not to twist
their necks almost out of joint to wit-
ness the entrance 01 every person wno
passes np the aisle during service it
would be better lor their religion
A gross abuse of religious decorum
gometimeg needs harsh treatment as a
remey. We give that adopted by
Henry C. Dean, who was at one time
chaplain of Congress. The anecdote is
from the Pacific Methodist.
"Being worried one afternoon by
this turning practice in his congrega
tion, Mr. Dean stopped in his Vestnon
and said : 'Now, you listen to me,and
I'll tell you who the people are as each
one of them comes in.'
"He then went cn with his discourse
until a gentleman entered, when he
bawled out like an usher, 'Deacon
A , who keeps the shop over the
way, and then went on with his ser
mon. Presently another man passed
up the aisle and hiB name' "1
nd occupation were given; so he
tinned for some time. At length
some one entered tne door wno was
unknown to Mr. Dean, when he cried
out, 'A little old man, with drab coat
and white hat ; don't know him look
tor yourselves. That congregation
Dr. Ballard, of Benton, has re-
m0TeJ ni, famiiy to Findlay, and
opened an offioft, on second floor of
tHQli Whita Corner," next door to
TmvriH & T)nnn'a Law rfflr. far tha
of medicil)e. The Doctor
,tand, high hit profC6810D and h
Dtd jon g experience.
Strisgs for Violin and Guitar, at
Hollydaj's.in Odd Fellows Bio k
Uokductok isiirgoon will accept
thanks for an invitation to take a trial
trip to Fremont on the occasion
the firtt trip of the new locomotive
named in honor of oor townsman,
Sqaire Carlin. We'll wager a hat that
thst nld centleman trels nrnuil ( his
n.mAisbA Thia roanaopmoi i. lat
putting OBgooiirollii.g stock, and
I --tins, tl.oir Tt,.arl firt-rta
Ho ! For Salt River.
All aboard and those who can't get a
board can take the tariff plank of
the Cincinnati Platform!
Ia the confusion con&eque&t upon
the big majorities for Grant which it
became our duty to r port Iat week,
re neglected to tote the departure
frcm the crt oi Fudlay of ihe
for the bead waters of Salt River.
In the gray miet of tbe morning 01
Welnesdsy, Xrvem"(isr 6.I1, n'.ife
might have been seen casting loote
from her moorings. We make a
note of her crew, as reported to us,
Captain Horace Greeley.
Firtt Mate B.Gretz Brown.
Id Ridiculosity BrinkerhotT.
Clerk it.fl. McAoelly.
PurterW. P. Gge
CttoplainA. B. Fields
Asst. Chap John Chaabcrs.
First Surgeon Di. A. Hurd.
Id. SurgDt. L. Firmin.
Hospital Sltward Dr. Cass Carlin.
Bar Tender Wm. Louther
Siil Trimmer U. D. Shafer.
Lantern Holder Will. If. Whilely.
Musician Hon. Wm. Mungen.
Deck Sweeper Avon Bleckford.
Big Gunner Fred Wor&Iey.
Dishwasher D. Joy.
Colonizer Rush R. Sloane.
The following notice was posted
up conspicuously in different parts of
the boat :
"No one allowed on board who
cannot eat raw crow and keep it
N. B. Baggage, especially horses)
at the rUk of the owEer, as the
Captain says that all tbe thieves are
on the beat."
Owing to an unpleasantness,
the captain bavins called them
"horse thieves' and "keepers of dens
of prostitution,'' about 300 Hancock
countv Democrats refused to take
passage on the boat. One Liberal,
disgusted with the make np of the
crew, also backed out at the last
ringing of the bell. He had ehippe d
as chief engineer.
For the amusement 01 tbe crew
and passengers the following inter
esting comedy will be performed each
day on board :
THE LIBERAL. TRICKS ;
How to Steal Democratic Nominations.
Tn which Greelev. Brown and
Sloane will play prominent parts.
Fields was intended for a etar io 'his
play, but failed to get his part.
The performance will be intei-
spersed with select and original mu-
... m f 1
sic by tne cmei musician, aever&i
pieces have been prepared, of which
we have only room to give the fol
Air Hurrah for Sloane, Greeley and Brown.
"Old Greeley's dead, the d d old fool,
We near shall see him frown ;
He nsed to wear an old white coat
All trimmed with B. Gratz Brown."
It was discovered on the eve ot
sailing that the air selected for this
piece was not the proper metre, but
th9 excellence of the musician was
relied on to overcome all difficulties.
REPORTED BY S. B. H.
Pursuant to a previous notice, the
Farmers' Club ot Hancock county
met last Saturday at the n&ual hour
tor the annual election of officers.
The object of the meetics: was
briefly stated by President Powell,
when a balloting was had with the
following result :
President A. P. Bjal.
Tlce President Wm. Stephenson.
Sec'y and Treas.'E. G. DoWolfe.
Cor. Sec'y Lewis Glessner.
At the suggestion of E G De
Wolfe, and upon motion, the Presi
dent appointed a committee conist-
ing of H. S. Heck, G. W. Graham
and J. R. Tussing, to award the
Drcmium offered by Mr. DeWolfe
for the best specimen of corn raised
in Hancock county, said award to be
made at the next meeting of the
Club, when specimens will be on ex
The question of reporting the pro
ceediogs cf the Club was next ta&en
up, and after discussing the same pro
and ccn it was finally detcrnd until
tbe next meeting.
The next reeular meeting will be
held on tbe second Saturday in Df cem
ber, at one o"cleck P. M., at the Court
House. Subject for discussion," Farm
G. W. POWELL, Prest.
S. B. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
Lecture. Miss Matilda Fletcher,
who lectured to a larze audience in
Findlay during the campaign, ill
give her lecture "Men and their
Whims," at Wheeler's Hall, Tuesday
evening, November 26th. The Sioux
Citv Journal speaking of ber lecture
at that place says :
f'She did not appear masculine, or
course, or aught else than a womanly
woman, aid a handsome woman, on
the platform of tbe Academy, by any
means, and as anv man whose j Jdg
ment is worthy will bear us testimo
ny. In ber die;s, ia ber manner, in
the tcne of her voice, in all or either,
there was no sacrifice as we could
see of aoy attribute of womanly m d
esty or womanly grace.
Of her address we cannot speak at
length, much as we should like to
We should say, coming irom a man,
that it was able, that it was thought
ful, that it was logical, that it was
well connected, that it was sparkling
with wit. that it was studded with
great truths, that it was altogether
entertaining and why we should
not say the same, coming as it did
frcm a woman, we cannot tor tne me
of as see.
Hancock Bank. Tbls institution
was removed last Wednesday morn,
ing to tbe new building on tbe
West side of Main Street eonlb
of tbe Public Square, where
Messrs. H. P. Gage & Co , can con
gratulate themselves on having the
finest room for banking purposes in
Northwestern Ohio. No description
can do adequate justice to either -lie
nor or interior finish and beaaty of
tbe building, and we shall not make
tbe attempt, bat advise our readers
to go and see for themselves. It ie
highly creditable to the taste of Mr.
Gsge snd adds mnch to the appear
acce or our town, as does tbe neat
front awning, the property of Mr.
Jacob SlL ab. We are glad to note
such ittiprovi merits. ' '
Uuilpisg L:iu Election comes ofl
nrxt Monday evening.
Assigmneiit3. Oar peop.e were
pained and surprised last Wednesday
momiD Ut hear that lie dry good
firm cf J. J. Wheeler &. Co. had
made sa sssfffomerit !or tbe benefit
of their creditors, aad that Hent
Bjtl, Esq , as assignee was in cbarg
of "iiB eiCablisUmeut. In the after
r,o they were farther startled by
t::e:t-s tU! W. H. Wheeler had
Ei!i.e mi K-ifr-vacLi. i!acin? C. W.
- --0 .
O'Xeal, Esq., i- charge of his busi
n-6, aj sseiauee. t?; assets aad
liabiii'.ie have cot beea tKfioitely as
ceruiue'J it ia ioiLossilI to fix the
exact condition ot Llla.is Enoug
is knoTro, however, to make it cer
tain thit the lass to cr-ditors will no
be heavy. There i3 a strong sympathy
among our people for the misfortune
that has come upon thes: gentlemen
tn they are cur eldest and best busi'
uess men. TLis ha3 sot been lessen
ed by the upright bearing they have
manifested in this ronter, turning
over everything they poeseES to their
assignees tor tb : liecefll cf their cred
i'hire is ground for hope that some
arrangement will be made by which
they may be enabled to resume busi
cess We sincerely trust tneir em
barrassment may be only temporary,
The Toledo Blade commends the
following auecdute to '"tUoae deluded
persons who were lately engaged in
tte Cincinnati movement, and sup
ported Horace Greeley lor President
tLe United States :"
"A boy got fooling around his
father's horses, until finally one ot
them put his loot in Lis lace. He
was carried in and the doctor sewed
up his lip, and bandaged his eyes,
aad poaluced bis cheeks, uut ne pun-
ed up and laid abed a number of days ;
and when he began to get a little bet
ter he called for a looking-glass, and
casting his eyes upon it, his counte
nance tell. 'Dataer," said he, "do
you think I shall ever be as pretty
again "No my son," the old man
replied, "you'll never be so pretty
again, but you'll know a d d sight
List of Letters remaining in the
Post-office at this place for the week
ending Nov. 14. 1872 :
Baker Miss J
Laonl Mu- Kata 1
Mann J B
White man Hugh
Snyder 8 L
Kegr Geoive W
Stewart 8 M
f inan Golllieb
Persons calling for these letters
will please say they are advertised.
THOS, E. ADAMS, P. M.
Sabbath School Convention will
have its annuil session at the M. E.
Church nexs. Tuesday and Wednes
day. The programme is an interest
ing one, and all friends of that im
portant work are invited.
Tub Court-house columns are re
ceiving a partial coat of paint, which
would do no harm if extended to the
Tub Iofirmary Directors advertise
bids for medical attendance for
institution for one year.
Local Business Notices.
R. II. Holltdat keeps a full as
sortment of those splendid Mathnsek
Pianos in his rocm,in Odd Fellows'
The superiority ot these Pianos has
become an established fact, ac
knowledged by tbe best Judges of
The Linear Bridge and
equalizing scale a new Improve
ment in Piano manufacture, gives to
these instruments a rich, pure, deep
and powerful tone ; while the manner
secuiirg tbe tunirg pins, by
wcod bushipg inserted in the iron
frsme, holds them in the firmest
manner possible, rendering bat little
tuning necessary in these instru
ments. On these points reference is made
Mr. M. 15. Patterson, ol this
place, who has had one cf these
Pianos in cse in bis house over fif
teen months, which is still in perfect
tune, and has not been touched by a
O ing to a change of firm to take
place Jan. 1st, '73, we want all per
sons knowing themselves indebted to
firm of II. Kob t Co , to not fail
call in and settle before Jan. 1st
73, ai we must have the old books
paid up to give place to new ones.
Nov. 15, 4w.
We are now prepared to furnish
onr Patrons,and the public generally,
with the celebrated
E. BUTTERICK'S Patterns of
Garments for Ladies
Our stock of Millinery, Gloves and
Hosiery .Ladies and Gentlemen's Un
der clothing is now complete. Kid
Gloves in three qaalitiesSl.OO to $2.25
and lots of Fancy Goods at the low
est pnceB ; also some good bargains
Dry Go3d3,at No. 79 Main Street.
BALLENTINE & POST.
The Burdet Organ.
Fred. Selbach has been appointed
agent for this well-known instrument,
and those wanting a bargain in that
line should call with him. He also
sells several of the very best styles
Pianos manufactured, which be
warranta to give eatiaiactioa in price
N B. An agent wanted to travel
and sell instruments on commissicn
How To Go West.
This is an enquiry which everyone
should have truthfully answered be'
fore he starts on bis journey, snd s
little care taken in examination of
lloutes will in many cases save much
trouble, time and money.
The ,lC , B. & P. K. R.-' running
frcm Chicago, through Galeaburg to
Burlineton. and the ,4L. B. & W.
Route," running from Indianapolis,
through Bioomington to Burlington,
have achieved a splendid reputation
in the last two years as the leading
Pas-en eer Routes to tbe 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 Nebrasks
snd Kansas, with c'.ote connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting from Hancock
County ,on their way weslward.canpot
do better than to take the Bcbxisgtob
Rout. This line has published
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.4M.E.E. Bur
rerhaDS no real medicine ever
gained ihe rapid popularity which
Castorls has done Oce person re
lates their expenerce ot its good ef
fects to another. It is a vegetable
preparation,pertectiy LaraiUaa, pleas
ant to take; dies not distress cr
gripe, but regulate the vtem, and
is sure to operate when all other re me
dies Lave laill Any person "ho
has ever used Castor ia lr S .omacb
Ache, Constipation, Croup, Fia'u
lency, Worms, Pile, or derarged
Liver, will never again use nauseat
ing Oil, Bitter PilU or Narcotic Syr
opt. The Castoria contains neither
Minerals, Morphine nor Alcohol. By
its soothing, quieting effects it pro
daces natural sleep.and is particular
ly adapted to crying and teething
children. It coats bat 35 cents and
one bcttle will save many dollars in
November 7th. at the residence of the brides
parents, bv Bev. Ci. W. Miller, Mr. Perry
Xreeee, to Miss Mary. Haiey. both of Hancock
Thursday, Nov. 14, 1872.
Ubaih. Wbeatbetter at $1.2091 2S; Oats 2
Buttm Dull at Hcts for cbolca.
A.PPI.SH rtriaa . 5S
Shoulder, &; Sides, 60 Hams. 10c
Bcaks 1 2091 75
Wh-.t 7 so
whsat- . 1209125
Potato an new
Boaf Country ,
. tsiai 00
Chickcrs Live .
TOLEDO, November 14.
On 'Change to-day there was talr business
transacted In Amber and No. 2 Bed Wheat,
prices were c higber for these gradea
Amber opened higher at SL43, rating
steady, with sale of 13,000 bushels, though at
close there were more sellers than buyers
that flgnre. Options were limited to trans
actions for December delivery ; seller Decern-
opened e better at 1.43. and closed c
higber at il.41, seller ail and last naif Decem
ber. No 2 Amber unchanged at Sl.33,645 bosh-
selling. Extra White Michigan was not in
No. 1 White Michigan declined c
SL5S, LSOO bushels changing bands. No. 1
White Wabash was In request, with buyers
ottering SL&i. No. 2 White Wabash Inactive.
nominally 11.73. No. S White Wabash quiet
unchanged at SL59. No. 1 Redll.li
yesterday's quotation. No. 2 Bed moderately
active and higher at 11.43 for Wabash;
Dayton A Michigan and Canal opened at
I1.41X and closed at 11-42 for Dayton A Michi
gan and f 1.42 for Canal ; nothing doing in
options. In No. S Bed we have no transac
tions to report. Rejected Bed inactive, with
sellers asking f L17, a figure of 2e above the
of buyers. No oflarlrgs or inquiry for
Amber Illinois so far as we are able to learn.
The Corn market exhibited increased
strength and prices advanced 31c but with
exception of New High-mixed the trans
actions were light. High-mixed Corn was but
limited request ato advance, 41c.; New
opened unchanged at 39s, but soon advanoed
closed le higber at 40c Options quiet at
seller November and 3Sc seller December
dull bat 54c higher at 404c ; New
with sale of 2,800 bo. ; seller November
White Corn dull and unchanged, with
part of a car lot at lie In other grades
Corn there were no transactions.
The sales of Oata were limited to a couple
car loads of Mlchlg an at 30c for old and 28
new. No. 1 Oats 33s. with sellers asking
No. 2 Oats were offered at 28c, with buy
at 27c Rejected Oats, none offered.
Clover Seed quiet at lilO for Michigan
Peach Blow Potatoes lc higher at (3c
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, Nov. 12.
Bekp Cattle Receipts to-dsy, including 22
reported to arrive, were 493 head, mak
the total receipta for the week thus far
head, or 107 earslagalnst 57 cars for the
last week. The market was dull at c.
advanceon last week's closl-g rates for medi
um cattle. Good to prime stock are held e.
buyers views. Appearances Indicate a
run this week. The market has not yet
opened, buyers holding on until to-mor-
DSieS Were maun UI A wum Btwnv
ranging from 1,175 to 1.387 as, at S5 37X7 12M
Ohio stackers, averaging S24 E at S3 00 ; 88
Illinois steers, ranging flora 1,220 to 1,822 tsv.at
50ia575; 20 Indiana steers, averaging 1,068
St 56 ; 20 do. cows and heifers, ranging from
to U81 t,at 2S5 50 ; 20 Michigan cows
averaging 925 ask, at S3 75.
Sheep akd TjiBS.-Rece!pU to-day 3,4t0
head, making the total supply for the week
far 5,800 head, against 2.400 head last
week The market has not yet opened.
Hoos-Becelpts to-day, 3,200 head, making
total supply for the week thus far 17,800,
against 17.300 lor the same time last week
About 5,000 head were sold yesterday at 14 S0Q
80. To-day the market drags aUOc. per ewt.
liglit Yorkers bringing 34 884 70. Heavy
for the Boston market were so affected
the recent Ore and derangement of busi
ness that the city buyers are holding off for
decline and further advices. Sales were
made of 562 Michigan hogs, ranging from 200
230 Ds., at (4 Si, and 400 Indiana hogs, aver
aging 200 to.,at ft 70.
nKKr cattxs The market waa nrm, aw.
arrivals were fair ; sales were made of
best at $6 256 75, and stocken at S3 253
; the prospects are iair.
Bhekp Tbe market Waa very dull and
arrivals fair ; sales were made of tbe best
S3 23a5 65, medium at 34 601 70, and com
at 33 5C1 00 ; the prof pec is are Slow.
Hogs. The market waa alow ; aaies were
of Philadelphia at 31 404 50, and York
tl 3001 50; the prospects are slow.
CHICAGO, nO V. 14.
Raxr Cattlz RecelpU to-dj, 1,000 head ;
market was rather better, but mainly for
Texans and butchers' stock, the former selling
12 b73 00, and gooa cows ana iair steers at
5034 87. Shipments, Ml nesa.
Hogs. Receipta to-aay, ua neat. Ate
market was dull and log 15c lower. Sales
made at X! 01 40, mostly at $4 15Q4 25-
Shipments, 3.436 head.
Sueep. Keceipta to-uay, nnu. liw
fairly active and .steady. Sale were
at 34 105 12.
BUFFALO, Nov. 12. New Advertisments.
A DOMESTIC BLESSING.
A DOMESTIC XECXSSITY.
Perfect im its operations.
Noiseless In its movements
Cant get out of order.
Will wear a life-time.
The Kins of Sewing Machines
and fit for Queens to work on.
F. B. ZAI: Ag't.
npo WHOM IT MAT OOSCEB: Bnorts
J. men and others are hereby notified that
they are loroKMieii to snoot game of aoy kind
on tbe premise of tne arOTwrsignon. onl
oe oy specuu pel luiauuu.
H. H WO "I).
R ft Ulivvir a w
Work a , T2jST?f
tfcavt it ia r'j'v I Ci7
wrorklmc I ltt
Km lefa caw tmlta tfti nfttm Awia
tQM to directions, and remsla hooM onweiL nmn. it
tbeir bones sre not destroyed by mineral poteen or
other means, and vital organs wasted bejond tn e
DvsrtepslaarlsiaicestloaL, Eeadaehe. Pal
1 tbe bOOQjdera Caaffhs. Tirhtna at t rw
Oizzlneas. Soar ErDets-ons of the Stomach. Bad
Tsste in tne Moots, BUioos Attacks, Palpitatioa of
uis nan, innsmmstton ac ue Langs, psin la the
region ot tne kkloers, snd a nondred other naloral
srmptoins, are toe offspnnjrs of Djspepsta. One
bottle win prove a better ruaraueo of Us menu
ui if uj(ajy auTerusetnenu
Far Fensala Clinlatata. tn voonr or old
married or suutie, at tbe dawn or wotnsnoood, or
UIO IIUB tN UJC. WB 1 UOIO NtierS OiJDlAT
aeaaea sn inaaence mat improvement Is soon
For TnSwrnatorr asut dtraala Rk.
aaatlsna sad Goat, BUioos. Remittent snd lnur.
miueni revers, msesses ot tne biooa, uver, Kkt-
neys sna Hisaoer. taese ratters nsre no eqaaL
Sorb Disesses are caosed by Vlusted Blood.
xaey an a geatM FarpUn as well as
Teate. poesessuur the ment of sctiiw aa a
powerful srent In relieviiur Coturestioo or Inaam-
msuon of the Liver and Visceral Organs, acd In
Far Skla Diseases. Enrotioos. Tetter. R't-
Kneom, Hiotcoes, boots, runpies, Fnstnles. Bolls,
Csrbancles, Ring-worms, Bcsld-Besd, Sore Eyes,
Erjslpelss, Itch, Scans, Dtscolorstioas of the Skin,
Bamors snd Disesses of the Skin of whatever una
or nature, are llterallv doc on and earr led
of tbe-sjstem la a snort time by the use of these
erataral Ta oh lands nrocUrm Vnr Oab Brr.
nas the most wonderful mvurorant that ever
ptuusinwi uk HuiainB wrmem.
H. H. mcDO.IALD CO.
Dnunrista sod Gen. Acts.. Ssn Frsncisca. Cal A
Oct. 25 ly.
eeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeee
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eeeeee I III llUlllaltas eeeeee
eeeeeee eeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
ee Home Industry is a well known ee
and excellent motto. Those ee
ee who wish 000D Job Prin- ee
ce ting for the Holidays ee
win una 11 to tneir aavan- ee
ee tage in every instance to ee
ee hare all their printing done at ee
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siftaslilslstins1flats1 ft AAArtflpflfltflflfftfl
And we promise to give yoa ee
as iair, if not better rates than ee
any estalisiunent in or outside ee
of Findlay. The fact that onr ee
office was the first to introduce ee
a cylinder press and the use of ee
steam in onr business, and the ee
additional fact that we have ee
reached the highest circulation ee
ever attained by any paper in ee
the county, without the official ee
patronage of party, has made ee
the Jeffersonian one of the ee
Ot which our people feel ee
proud. We trust that no busi- ee
ness man will go or send away ee
from Findlay to have work ee
done, as we are prepared to do ee
all styles ot ee
HJVU I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 vi ee
ataTalirtrti'ia'H'WI AaAAA AAM AMRrfl CC
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee .eeeeeee
eeeeee In good style and at eeeeee
the lowest figures com- eeeee
eeee patible with good work eeeee
eeeee Call and examine speci- eeeee
eeeeee nens and get our prices, eeeeee
fXai fkd" f4sj f"fcrtist o ia saftfiiffc rsisaiaPPtl"
eel THIS MEANS BUSINESS
eeeeeeeeeeeee ros the eeeeeeeeeeeee
eeeeee NEXT NINETY DAYS eeeeee
Has now arrived
with a second Large
Stock of Fall & Win
ter Clothing, Cloths,
ings, Hats. Caps,
ers, and every thing
needful for Mortal
Man, in the line of
Don't fail to see his
stock while it is fresh
and new. The larg
est (ot of Men and
Boys Over Coats in
the town. The finest
ot of Business Suits
and the nobbiest lot
of Hats & Caps ever
offered in Findlay.
And Ebling has the
undecidedly on Cus
om Work, for he
makes the best fits,
keeps the nicest lot
of Piece Goods, and
does the best work,
and more of it, than
any House in town.
Don't fail to call a
Hall Clothing House
The annual meeting of Findlay Savings
and Building Los Association will be held
at be Court Boose on Monday evening, Nov.
i-,w m thj aiMtion o President. Treaa-
nrer Secretary and Ave Directors, and for tbe
tmuctlos ot other business.
H. B. ti&3, rTSS s.
Jso. M. HAXur, gac'T.
WILL MAKX BIS
ONTUESDAY, DECEMBER 3,72,
wm mm wm days,
Where he can be consulted on
Disease of the Kidneys
Diseases of the Bladder
STJCH A I
discovered tbe most certain and onlv ef
fectual remedy in the world for weakness in
back or limbs, strictures, afTsctiona of tbe
suaneys or Diauaer, involuntarily aiscnargea,
lmrjotencv. aeneral debllitv. nervousness.
impepsia, laoauor. low spirits, contusion oi
leas, oal Dilation of the heart, timidity. trem-
diuxo ess of sight or gtddi ness, disease ol
neau. inroai or sain, anecuona oi uie
liver, siomao or bowels, those terrible
disorders arising from solitary babita of youth
secret and solitary practices, more lata! to
victims than the sodks of tbe sirens to tbe
mariners of TJiyises. blighting: their most bril
hopes and anticipations, rendering mar
Declallv. who have become the victims of
solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive
which annually sweeps to an untimely
thousands of youDg men of tbe most
exaltea talents and brilliant intellect, who
otherwise have entranced listening
Senalea with the thunderlngs of eloquence,or
aked to ecstasy the living lyre may call wttn
Married persons, or young men and ladles
contemplating marriage, being awaro of
toysical weakness, organic ueuimy, ueioruu
ties, especially cured.
He who places himself nnder the care of Dr.
Fiahblatt. mav religiously eon fide to his hon
a gentleman, and confidently rely on his
as a physician.
immAdlatelTrared.AQd tall Tieor restored;
Tills dbstjrestlDK all. ictioa wbicii renders life
miserable and marriage iinpottsible, la the
penalty da id by the vieuma of Improper In
uce. Young persons are to apt to commit
excees irom no. owing aware oi weareaciuj
consequences that may ensue. Now, who
uiidrHtandM the subject will pretend to
mat .ue procrea.ion is iom. sooner oj
iAiiing into improper nsoiis man oy
tbepradent? Bild being deprived ot tbe
pleasure ot healthy odsprinK, the most serious
destructlvesympiomsoi both bodyaud mind
Th system becomes deranged, physi
cal and mental 1 unctions weakened, loss of
rea live power, nervous irntabllity, dys
pepsia, palpitation of the heart. Indigestion,
constitutional deb.lity,and wasteof the frame
consumption, decay, and early death.
FlshblaU graduated from one the most
eminent Colleges in the United Htatea, has
effected some of the most astonishing coree
wereeverknown; many troubled with
ringing Id the head and ears when asleep,
nervousness, being alarmed at sadden
sounds, bashfulness, with derangement of
were immediately cored
Take Particular Notice.
FlshblaU addresses all those who have
Injured themselves by Improper indulgences
solitary babila, which ruin both body
mind, unfitting them fur either business;
society or marrlsge.
These are some of tbe sad and melancholy
produced by the early habits of youth,
: Weakness of tbe back and limbs, pain in
breast, dimness of Hight, loea of muscular
power, palpitation or the heart, dyspepsia,
nervous lrritabilltyymtoms of consumption,
derangement ol the digestive lunetions, Ac.
K.N r ALLY. The elfeeojoo tbe mind are
to be dreaded. Loim ot memory, con
fusion of ideas, depression of spirits, evil fore
boding, aversion to society, sell-distrust, love
solitude, timidity, Ae are some of the evils
Thousands of pi Tions of all ages can now
what la tbe cause o, their declining
neoitn, losing tneir vigor, oenoiuiug vm,
nervous and emaciated, having a singu
aDDearance about the eyes, eougn, ana
symptons of consumptions.
have inlnred themselves by a certain
Dractiee. Indulged when alone, a habit fre
quently learned from evil companions, or at
school, theeflecta which are nightly felt,even
asleep, ana It not eureu reuuers mar
riage lmpeible.aud destroys both body and
una, snoutu appiy uihuwjwcij.
What a Ditv that a young mau. the hope of
country, tbe pride of his parents, should
snatched from all prosoects and enjoy menu
life by tbe eonwiuencea of deviating from
path of nature, and indulging in a certain
habit. Hucu persona must before con
that a sound mind and body are the
necessary requisites to promote eonnu
hi.l hsDDiness. Indeed, without these the
through life becomes a weary pil
grimage, tne JiroHC:t uuuni uwkcu luiin
viM.ih. mind becomes shadowed with de
and rilled with the melancholy reflec
tna a, mpyiirai ui .uwujci mvuin
blighted with ou- own..
FlshblaU refer ! tbe fol
lowing ProfeMttor t
S. Newton, XL. D.
UL. Eoberts, M. D.
Heine, UL D.
aul Allen, M. D.
Calvin Rivenburg, M. D.
Morgan Sweet, M.D.
Hermanee, M. D.
"W. Matterman, M. D.
B. Snodgrass, M. D.
Isaac Spanges, M. D.
W. Hadley, M. P.
Edwin Freeman, M- D.
Milton Saunders, M. D.
Charles Hart, M. D.
Alex Wilder, M. D
T. M. Holden, M. D.
C. Smith, M. D.
Bay, M. D.
OF NEW YORK.
September, J, 1873-ta.
JOHI EATON & 00.-
HAND-MADE KIP BOOT IN FINDLAY I
Every Pair Warranted, Price $4.50.
WIBMSEK BOOT M WW, I M MM
A GOOD LEATHER SHOEFORW0H1, WELMLADE
Rivetedin the Shank, Price $1.60.
GOOD LACEGAITERS FOR WOMEN
CARPET SLIPPERS FOR VOMEPi
BOYS & YOUTHS BOOTS !
Cheaper ttan any other Hous
C3i JL JL Gsi.jaJn.w-
week the best
in Findlay will sell them.
JOHN EATON & CO.
Third Judicial District
STATE OP OHIO
For the Tear 1873.
R It Remembered. That at a meetlnt ol
Judges ol the Court of Common Pleas, of the
Third (Vtmmon Pleas Judicial District of tne
Hlateor Ob to. at the court House in me town
Lima, County of Allen, tttateof Ohio on
tbe day or uie aate nereoi, lor me puriww
riiin.ih. tlmiaor holdlm lb terms of tbe
Courts of Common Pleao, and the District
Courts In said District, lor the year 1x73. we.
nn.lAriirnAfi. JnJeesof the of Court of
Common Pleas leilbin and lor said pixlrlet.
hereby Hi tne lime oi noiuina
tbe Tear 173 in eaeb and every Coanty in
said District. sa follows:
COMMON PLEAS COUBT.
Tu MT.nl term-uf the Court ot Common
Pleas, tn and for lift several counties of said
lilAtrlet. in and tori-Lid year, shall commence
tbe severs I couu ties tnireof, as follows :
In Union county February S, May S, Octo
i a iiarair. county r eornary Jsay ociv
In Uocan eouniy Jiarcu in, J ones, oms-
berW . .
In Shelby eonnty January it, apru u.oep-
In AuKlaue eouniy ssarcn a. stay zs, vcw
Ip Allen eonnty reoruaxy as, stay a, uwu-
beri. . . ... .,.
In Mereercaaniy reomaryii,aprud,
In Van Wert coanty January 14. May IS
in Putnam county eornary o,-"7 .r
tember'A.. . . . ,
In Pauldingeounty ho"i i1iwrJi'
tember i. T . ,, ,
In uenanee county -
in rienry eoonty-Februarx 10, May 5. Octo
ber. . . v. u.,m(u.
In rulton eouniy wwm j
toberjll. . u
In WUilams eounij -""-" J
Verab-r t w.s B-ni-m.
In Woou eouniy - '
ber.. . , tt w.s Ha-
In Manon eouniy j '
In iSniea county-March a. June , Novem
ber. - , . u.. .
In HaneocK eouniy - '
In wyanuos cwwr- .i.i.. -
'''"rsford eounty-rebmary 17, June ,
The several terms of the District Court. In
and or tbe year In- i, snau eommenoe is ui.
eversl eoontiea thereof, as tollows:
la wuusmwsi;-Aiiu i
In Fulton county Apri 12.
In Wood county April X
In Henry county April 11.
In Defiance county A 8"! .
In Paulding county April 1.
in Van Wert county sleptamber U.
In Allen eoonty-Weptember 17.
In Putnam county feeptembsr 11.
In Anglalse county September a.
In Jsereer county September a.
InHoelby county September,
In Locan eouniy A ogtut
In Marion eoonty March 2a.
In Union eouniy AiUoal.
In CTawford county March 77.
In Wyandoteounty- March W.
Jn Hardin eoonty September 1.
In HaneoeK eoonty April L.
In Beneea eouniy -AprU a
a A farther order and direct that the
several terms ot said Court shall commence
or. the flrst day ot eaeb of said usrms,a eight
clock, A. m-
clock. A. M. . .... m.
. . . . . uii'trrvrrr
A- M- JACiUWS.
Oct. 18. 187MW
,U)YS B. WILSON.
Hsneock County .oruoui--- tb.
November A. Jlf1 wnand tor tb.
Court of C" 7nfTT or Oblo.saJn-
tniiswr - ' : . .
w rTwiliao. tb otrtJP:
reasons .i- mASInsorAo I
forth, to oota. . urce- una enec aw -i2d
Cnort having the nrcm wlifMa with
Judgment. FinA TSbUit- of a feme
tieVighta. TTisngaa disposing
ZX. Mtoacqulrtng.P ntaking eonr
r; .rorerty Tfilt.hson. and so sa.to
i and "'"Viad miM deeds for real es
le ber "Jf ' ' ohlo. owned by her In
Mble ner . ohlou
tatela LrVnt snd sa ber asperate prop
in in ber own ri" ' Wilson at noUned
ertr- A to anoear and answer said
itiononSr before Saturday, tbe ith day of
January. A- O- MAHT j. WILBOW, Plt'flT.
B j. A. Bor. her Att"y. Say 15, wi.
TEMCEL W. WATT, of the State of Indl
. n will take notice that PeterC. Bender.
uf the county of Hancock, in the state oi ubio,
did. on Iboiid day of October, A. 1. 1K7L'. file
bta petition In the coun Of common rieas.
within and for the county of Hancock, In said
state of Ohio, against tbe said ljmi w.
Watt, defendant, setting rortn tna ue aaiu
Lemuel W. Wall gave a mortgage to one
rhnnu. Watt. lr..on the south-weit ouarter
of the north-west quarter of section number
twenly-rlve ('4i, township number two, range
nine i), in said county of Hancock, to secure
tbe paymentofgiim, according tocertaln notes
relerredtoln said mortgage. Said Thomas
Watt. Ir has since assigned and delivered
wld note and mortgage to the said Peter C.
Bender. Also, that tbe said Lemuel W. Watt
gave a mortgage to tbe said Peter C Bender,
on the south-west quarter of the north-west
quarter of section number twenty-live 'Jot,
townsnip two.soutn range nine v), east ia
said county of Hancock, to seen re tbe pay-
mentor saw. aeeoraing to certain notes referr
ed to In said mortgage. There ia doe from tbe
said Lemuel W. Walt, to tne said Peter f V,
Bender, the sum of lnoo.witn Interest on C3uo
of said sum from tne 2d day of November. A.
D. 1W, and Interest on iouo of sata amount
from the sth day ot September, ItfTs.and pray
ina that said mortcace mav be foreclosed, the
said premises ordered to be sold, and tbe pro
ceed, applied to tbe payment of said debt:
and tbe said liemuei w . w aw w nounea uim
he Is required to appear and answer said pe
tition, on or before tbe third Saturday alter
tbe 2Mb day of November next.
Aiaieo oct. z , im. rniE.ttusuiii.H.
By Johwtor A MCAaKXXT.his Altorneya.
iVotice to Sportsmen.-
Ta whgttn It majr concern i
SPORTHM EN and others are hereby notified
that they are forbidden to shoot game of
soy kind on tbe premlses.oftbe uuderklgued,
unless it be by special permission.
Benj. Klstler. Wm. P. Wlseiey..-
C. 4. Johnston,
J. P, Mosler.
Geo nee Wtssley.
H. J. MeCrlll,
J. C. Leader,
O. W. Kring.
Tbomaa J. Burns,
Nov. . Hffa-2m 9
Philip Ada ma.
Map of Palestine.
A beantlfnl Colored Man of Palestine, site
over 2 by feet, containing tbe Ancient aad
Modern nameaof ail known places, a Table
of the Seasons, Weather, Productions. c. ;
the Journey of tbe Israeli lea from Egypt:
tbe World as known to tbe Hebrews; the
Travels of tbe Apostle Paul; the Holy City
of Jerusalem; Altitudes In English feet on
the locality ; Texts of Scripture elled to Ci'.lea
Thla excellent map Is given awav for thir
teen subscribers to the Children's Paper far
lali at twenty-five eeot each.
The Children's Paper,
An illustrated paper devoted to the Instruc
tion of tbe Children. Send for specimen
copies. Adds- t.. J-
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