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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONS AMENDMENTS.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONS AMENDMENTS. AMENDMENT, NO. 1
IwM t IIW (Mtf A.r-wV sV Htatt ol
Ohio, Three-lift vt tli.rtibCT eluded uJ
hi aviiH wmirrmrwint maiiiuvauu
bandy I prgpogd to elwrtor of this Mime
to Tot oa tot second Tuesday of qatoher noxt.
upon the approval oXtWautiuo of tliefullowine
amendment u a lustiafie Ar th twenty fifth
Daouonoi iMttooiw aiaicie onus consniuuoii
Ldnf MOOnelloa of the mm.) Article.
audfdTWe UilrctHAotloei of the olf ff-nlli Arti
cla, wit: All retlstaj-. sessions of the Gonornl As
erobplualleoiBjDacon 1na flrst Monday of
January, artsMr rtiUoni aiull b elected
biennially , awl 'riepretfeiiiaa'vbs niiailall, li
the eHSatorf ( 'ttielrtraqiaclive roiinti or
msteasssaoit-iaseoeoisi TummA) or ucteuer.
Their temj otofflce shall commence on the fliti
day ofJeiiuary next after their election, ami
that of Renatnrs hll continue two vers, and
that of Beprtsetitaltve tine year. The Won
ton eleeted In October next ahull hold tholr
offlo Krr two years, and the Heiiresonatlvpi'
elected At the iniira time shall biild their out
ceslkteara year. 'Provided,- that seventeen ol
tbe Senator aleoted on tlie aecond Tuesday ol
October, 1887, to be aecerUtlned by lot, a the
PreiKtaeit of the ttooate may direct, aliall hold
their oillce for only one year, nnd tholr sno
ceesor shall ha elected on the accond Tuesday
of Octofcer, one thousand eight hundred and
ofty-elght, ".Ml biennially thereafter. When
anv oouislv shall hate a fraction atwre the rates
for KdTlreaentaMva largo that beift mullt I
plied Dy lea, ui resun snail no equal in one or
more reeane, additional Jirireseiitiilirs shall he
apportioned for auch ratios among the several
esalon of the decennial period tit the following
manneri If thereby only ono ratio thou a llcire
ontatlve shall be allotted to the tenth suss, on
of thireonlol period.
If thereare two ratio Representatives shall
Le allotted to titer ninth and tenth sosalona: It
three to the ehrheh, ninth, and tenth sen ions: If
four fetfe seventh, eighth, ninth nnd tenth; If
Ave to (be tilth, seventh, eighth unit h and U til b:
It lis tothe IIIUi, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth
aod teatas If seven to Uio fourth, nil h. sixth,
evem eighth, niutb unj b.iuMi; If eight to the
third, fourth, fifth, sixth, sovcntli. eighth, ninth
and tenth; If nine totbe second, thud, fourth,
flnh. aMft seventh, eighth.' uitrth nnd t.-titl.
aosaiona of the deeonnml period respectively.
In determining the number of Senator to
whlcaVaf senatorial distuct might be entitled
In any sanil period, by reason of anv fraction
of a senatorial ratio, the fraction shall he mill
tipled by nve, and if the renult he eiiial to one
ratio, an additional Honatorahall be alloted to
aeld dlairlct tut tao aititli aod tunth aevMi--.
Hit be aaual U two inch ratios an dditinnal
BenntorTbt lhSCVnntll,eli(htli. ninth, nnd tonth
eosalona shall Ix allotted to anoh ilmtrtct. It
three UkjsI to Uio fifth, aixth, sovcntli, t'lKbtli,
If Tour, to tho third, (uttrtli, Allli, sixth, sev
enth, eighth, ninth, and tenth auxsioiui roMu-ti-'truly,
frthls amniundinuut be adopted by the
elecUMItaa countleanoa entitled Wnmrn thiiu
'Cno member rn either of both brnnvhvsof the
'Izlslature In the fourth tmd nftlme-iMl.iiiKnl tlip
Tireaontdooeniiial period as nbw (if ovided, nliall
iliave a liko number ofuietiilieni Ineai lt branch
herearw each session oriboronialuder ollhc
H. VAN VORHES
H. VAN VORHES Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate.
Dated April 3d, 1857.
AMENDMENT. NO. 2
thtOmmd AiimUuaftlit .flair ol
XMw,Thre-lmhs of the niembers elected to
liouse eoacurringberoln: that It be, and I
by Is, proposed to fli eleeanrs oflliisSti
vote on the second Tuesdav Of October
'upon the approval drrtJiitJnn oftho folbiwlnii
amendment, as a sougiiiiuo tor tno nun ami
sixth aetnions' onho fourth article of tho Con-
etltutlon, vl.; Huo.S. UlstrictCourtsshall be held
in eaon.opunty ai least once in oaeli year, by
'one or moro District Jinifos elected In- the
electors of soporato diatrieta tobepreyeVlbcd
by law, who shall hold their otllco for live
raj ana during tnoir enntinuanco In oill
,:estae in in oitnci lor which tliey'nru
? . Xneproviiotis oftho fourteenth see
V..?. Xl JMrtlBh) Miall apply to Distrli l
l..rvZLlx "lei-ui J -tembly may by law
uco oriimotHlrlt t Court, ami
ZtZJA,.. i 0"' pleas, u. tlx tho timea
ofholdjutlielrrcnirnivteuiirfi. uiii nu,ri..i
Mnnrta LiKsir anan no nent ne tho Jwlciia ol
Visas, aa nbw autiiorftnd.
Reo. B. lhollMrict
Court shall have such lurK.li
ietiorl aa niav be
pmvioaa nv law, und tho Jiiilgr-e therilof Khali
nave and axercise such poa er and jurisdiction
nt chambers, and may be required ( sit as
Judges ofthe court of Coiuiuou I'Ich, as shall
N. H. VAN VORHES.
Speaker of the House of
THOMAS H. FORD.
President of the Senate.
Dated April 3d, 1857.
AMENDMENT NO. 3.
Kttahni 6 f Ornfral Aitrmbly of Hit Stall
a) Ohio, three-flflhs of the mombers elected to
each branch concurring Ihorein that it be mid
heroby as proposed to th electors or the Slate,
to vouji oa the seoond Tuesday of October next,
to approve or reject the following amendment
as a substitute for Uio second and thl nl scvttoiw
Of the twellb article 'oCtho Consti,tu.tlon.
All property, personal and real, tlmU be siib
Jeot to taxation by 4 unifrm rulo", at tlin true
value thereof in raonov, bift tdeh deductions
fromeredK may be allowodas tho liennernl
Assembly may deem expedient; Provided, that
burying grounds, public school houses, and all
other public property, and all institutions ol
Jurely Jfttblle charity, and ulMioiucs u:od ex
lualvoly 'fur public worship, shall be cxeiuiil
from taxation; and If tho lotnl value' of the
personal Broporty'qr any person shall ht,l ex
ceed fifty doUarH, .the saino may' bo csempt
from taxation.' All properly emplved In bank
ing ahall always heat a hurdc.i tHxalioii'if riiial
to thartmpoMid ou tho property of Individ
N. H. VAN
N. H. VAN VORHES Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAS H. FORD.
President of the Senate.
Dated April 3d, 1867.
Dated April 3d, 1867. AMENDMENT NO. 4.
ffrsorerd tyU (irnrral 4timbry aftl SMtnT
Mw,Tbree-frtlis bftbe mdmtf(!rH elected lieac h
Bouse concurring therelb.Tbat It be and hereby
Is proposed to the elector uf the blato, on:
the (eooad Tuesday of October uextto ajiprove
or reject the following amendment us uuilb
atittlb for the Aral aud aecond seeliuiis uflbn
thirteenth article of tho Constitution. Viz:
Corporations or every description shall be
created,jud corporate powers granted only by
general laws which shall define the powers,
privilege and Immunities and prescribe tho
fiiUes sad liabilities of eaoh class or dISurip
'Hons of eerporationa, but the Conerul Assam
tly may enact special lawk for the roller of
'e'orporatlon tn peculiar cities, and may make
pedal provisions In regard to corporations in
case where from tholr peculiar location or In
terests such (pooial provisions are required,
and may from time to tlino alter or repeal nil
ucn laws, as are authorized by this section.
N. H. VAN VORHES
Speaker the House of Representatives.
THGMAS H. FORD.
President of the
Dated April 3d, 1867.
AMENDMENT, NO. 5.
by Ik Utntrml AutmUy of Ur Matt oi
fsUa, three-afthof th momberseloctod to oacTi
HOtia eonourrtng uieroin, Uiat it be, and here
Ty la proposed to Hie electors of this Hiata Ui
vole, on th aecond Tuesday of Oclber next.
upon th approval or rejection of Uve following
njiMBdmeQt ae an additional soction to article
levwtoftue Constitution. Kvery county whlub
nowir may hereafter be entitled to more
wan one eenator, or jtepsenmuve lor the re-
aldua .of th present decennial ucrlod. or for
au, orm yporuon 01 any aunsequeiii decciiiilnl
pahodaassl be divided Into a many equatorial
and Bebreaentlatlve districts aa Uiura mar be
Venator or Bepreseualive elective in any year
VI bBV iPcvavm) u, ,uukiuvhi uvi-uillliai W-
r riod, which district shall be of conliguou tur
yltorV, andeach district shall contain as noarly
s ratio for Senator or BepresonUUv us Is at
tainable, without violating th rule heroin given
la to contiguity, and withoutdlvldlng any Uiwu
abip, iMUon precinct, or ware, If any Itspra
awutatlve, or Benatnrhtl district, composed ol
two et nor oounti shall by reason of any
xeeae dfpopulaUoa over a ratio, be entitled to
WdiUajkuBeprosenUUves or HciuOors for any
yortioi of tbe present or any aubsoqiieut de
Cannlal period, the district (bail be divided Into
two dial rams for aoh portion of such decennial
pw-iod, shall be oonlluou territory ,
and aaoh shall contain aa near a nalio a is at
If by ssamon of the canxa,Uou orn4 Benato
llaldMnot. to another, tlwre shall be anv ex
SMsas population over a Uonatnrial ratio, wbloli
ajnau sisiuas w aauiuoiwi aamiuiriai re pre
' -"- for any portion of any decennial no
tied. esMMs dialriol, as now eousUtuled, a ball
' Cosua, 1 ahaH be divided Into district bv
the ooi eommlaloiice or uob other NMtrd
aeaoaraaiaoiiv andresidant in th protMr
'inaalr airir be providad by law. At least
tbsar aao" prior to tbo gural alecUou in
' lasaV Isar tJaiiliee entillod to mure tliau ono
ar i-Y-r of oUher boos Sltall be divided Into
4brsoM ratio us of 100 preaout (tecvu.
Btal pari I d at least Tor O'ou ths prior to
J nm ! essMTwa tm 1 ,u, 7ur ui eacu
abMisteVo"Vl t eoantia ,
'tiliod ff (baA 00 soember for ail, or auy
Wtsee4MB) deontal period. In either or
CbSwi, afaaU b dividwl Into diatrku Cur
JP FnjM prth docsr.nlal perlol A dpsciip'
aamay hi dlrottcd bv tUnnuniv
AMENDMENT, NO. 5. N. H. VAN VORHES.
AMENDMENT, NO. 5. N. H. VAN VORHES. Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Dated April 3d, 1867.
Dated April 3d, 1867. SOMBERLY OF STATE OFFING.
Dated April 3d, 1867. SOMBERLY OF STATE OFFING. COLUMBUS, April 3, 1857.
enrtifv tliMt.iha lnrfcltiff itrnttuit
risniiiutinn nn endments are corrocUy goplod
JAMES H. BAKER. Secretary of State.
HANCOCK JKmCRSONIAN Book and
Job Prlnltoa OnVe. The I'ubllshors hsv-
UK procured a large lupply.of various kinds o,
sow Tvra, and having, In euccoulul operation
LAWYER'S JOB POWER PRESSES,
which aro the sruJoa famsKS now In uxo, nnd
capable of tbrotrliiK off kivtrfn ntximm i
rKl'loNK era Hoi M. nrepreiiaied to du all kliulb
Job Work, such as t'arila, Plain nnd Orna
mental: Circulars. Toiler, Hlanks, Hill llcml.
I'riitrlimmos, I'auiphlelK, fte. With thnlr pres-
i u.imic., liny n 01 coliininni inai n,i y eun
give ci.ln o aatisl.ivtiiui, both as It regards ex
uion aim t no ratex ctiaiseii.
MKUIt AL. Ur. j. Sinner lias
ri'SiitnrU the practice ol Medicine and 3ur-
aervinthe IohiioI Vaiilne. Hancock county, (.,
imil will promptly atti ud to all profewiuiial calls,
the Ih-hI ol his ability.
Olltco and rosidciice at tho Vunlue liwUsa.
Vanlue. April lti. IH..T. '
DR. II. UKK.t ll, would rexpecllull announce
that hohan peiinanoiillv localiul in Kindlay,
hero be will attend to IUut Ills prolewlon,
utiles and ruliknca ou welsido ot Main at,.
the liiiiltliim formerly I'rcnpicd by A Tounkln,
nearly opp,.niie tun new I'lonyi, ruin t linri n
PHYSICIANS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
i. v. i-ACLtJ. p. a. BKinnsi nr.
ttlFI.I'.H nK.HINI.K.V, Attortieys nt
I Ijiw. t'indlar. Ohio, tulii-e-tnd floor Me-
lodeon KnUilliia:. (April liith, ltUtT. .
GC. POMKIIOY, Attorney nl lit;, Kindlay,
Ohio, will practice in Hancock and ad
ounlics. Oillco In Ifawsoii'a lilock.up
October 31, 1HA7.--tf.
Al.lf AN, Attornor at l:iw himI N'olii,
I'tihltc. l'k.-;LHanlMllo. (MiContl !
II. ...... ...Is .... I.... IdtT a
Isiiim is s i tr, vTl .- llf,-II.
I j. ui.Kt iikh, iii sidcnt Dentlsu OfHc-e
In Melodeon Hiiildiug, second Ibair, cor
ofMaln and lUillroad at., t'iinllav, Ohio.
I)ee. 6, iMMttf,
ino aiiamii, 'asliioimblo' Uarber nml
17 Hmr flrooar, t.M.ilu st.. east side, four
doors iiorlliofltallroiid st..) Kindlay, Ohio.
mr rtnop cionen on niiiinays.
i"4 KOllCK. IIMWAV, Kasliloiiable ll.ubsr
VX and llalr-Dresser, (Main si., eaatsldu, over
ItoHrniann s timccrv.) r'lndlav, Ohio,
DENTISTRY. BARBERS. CLOTHING. &C.
T U. Vtmit, Merchant Tailor, lutdiair north
oi uio itceu limine, r niillav, Ohio,
T7IXPUKNM Mtfl'll K.-On tbo firkt dav of
XA August, Mr. f. IIA7.I.KTT. of the V.x
cbauge Ibink. opened nil Kunross Odlce, where
all txpnus llond. Money, Ac, received over
tno i-iiiiilay llraiich. will be lull lor delivery.
' AuguHl 7. 1nJ7.
TXCHANUES B.VK-t, HAZM-nT CO.
U (Oflleo In tlioHouth-RiiHt corner ofDixon'i
ui i. : ui i ; ... .
4. All biiMiiiesslii the lino nfriaiiklnewlll be
promptly aiii-nueii to. lApril 21, 1.7
T. ID. I?'OI1.2D'
Is now camplHtca wllh general iisiiorlincnt of
all KIimIh ol tiooila UMially kept III eatalillsh-
01 nicniH mis kiiiii, ronsiiiiing ol a Hileiuiiii us
nurimeiii in rrencii, r.ngiiKti anil Ainerit'iili
of all colors prices and iinalilles,
Imported Doexklns and f aiisiiiiercs,
nl all grade and colorM:
batinutta, Jcanex, Tireeds. rotloiiades, and
osilnvs or all Kinds, aiioli
iix Sattins, Silks, CiikIiiiicicm, l'liish,
Vclvits, Marseilles. Chocks.
and Hull l('aK-mciv: nil kinds ol
Coat, I'anis, ami ct TrimiiiiiigM
nl 11 sujiurior quality, such as
nro kept In no other r-'atnlilisliinent
In Kindlay. Wo would Juat say that we
are prepared to gel up tbo above
article iiitngarmeiitM, for Men and Ilnys,
H. I Or II T .
That our numerous Patrom Know.
We also keen a nice assortment of fine
White and Fancy Shirts,
snirt Loiiara and. Bosoma ror Blurts,
Stalks, Handkerchiefs, Cravats, Silk Oloves,
himpendcrs, Uiuhrcll'wti Trunks, Travel
ing Hags, und Overalls, Drawers,
Over aud Under Shlrls; all for
sale at astonishing low prices,
AND ON TRUST, AT THAT.
Wo also havo as good a llltloiissorlmeiit of
oan uo cxiiinnoii in una or any oilier to 1
in north wcsioin Ohio, In which wo would III
vitosincinl altoutloii ; and ns they wero all
solecled hy m.VKnll lor this 111:11 kut esiinclully
we havo 110 hesitancy in speaking ol iliolr su'n
oriorily bi auy thing that Ih bougbtand brought
iiero ny iiiosewuu uro llojuUijcs or wual Ckilli
ing should be. -
N. II. Wo cnntlniio to do
na usual, for all that m;iy plciso tugivu uan
Catting done to Order, with Great Care
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
Ono dor south of liolt' Urlck Uhck, Main
Hudlav. Ohio. J. n. vnitn.
May 1st, lKi7.
A new CabinotlhOD is ouened in Area
dia, Hancock Co., Ohio, where all kinds of
furniture will be kept on hand and made to
ordei on (he shortest notice cheap, and
ss goou wot as is uoue in any shop in tbe
ttNTiTin T A trrnex
CofTinsmade to older any style required
and accompanied with a Hearse, freeol
charge, all on the most liberal touiis.
n ALBERT E. MILLER.
June 20, l85C-tf.
Hard & Church.
ENERAL Oolltctinc Airts. will nromnt
ly attend to the collection of Claimed
an amaa, in Hancock and adjoining coun
ties, also, the settlement of Estates, clos
ing up raunersnip Matters, to.
RsraaiMcrs. M. 0. Whiteley, Eiq. 0,
W, O'Neal. Esa.: Whselar di Hm's-. and n
Dixon, Findlay, Ohio. Office in south cor
ner of Dixon's BlooL Main street.
R. B. HURD,
Aug. 8,185. C. CHURCH.
BOOIS AND SHOES.
orVi ITIHB subscribers take this method
f III " ol announcing to the citisens of
rleasantvilleand vicinity, that thov
uisucu uuui, iiiu suoe manufactory,
where si) who may wish acytbingin thialiue,
are respectfully invite i tn call. Th iii
keen on band, also, a.l kiuds of ready-made
wwi. iivaiinvDeii eastern msntirantn,iA .11
of which they will sell cheap for Cash,
' junny j-rouuos. nrtieular at
tention paid to the manufacture of calf boot i
and shoes, from the best frenpli end Amer
ican stock, all of which they will warrant to
(isa eatiia tiru.,,.... .
lease call and BKatDlin Allf ejpArlr mm k
sre always heppy to wail uporf customers,
uepainng done on short notice,
,v .j .. .1 0 nlmipuui 1 x. nt.,.,.,
SUSPENDING f AYE TflOU&WS,
TIMS Aguro Is n transverse section of sn Im
proved method of suspending Tin Ksve
Trovghs, for wfilrti patent witsgraiitod n th
7th ol March, Ins.
- The Have. Trough Pis made In the ustisl forni,
with tli9eros-barC sodcred to It of sufficient
Ktrchgtli to sustain the weight and keep the
trough in shape. From ttrlsoross bar there ex
tends an Iron rod A with a screw and nuts ft II
at Its lower end. The scrow and nuts in thin
rod allow nl the trough being ol jvated ur low
ered on the said rod. A staple should be driven
over tbo rod near tup lower tnlgo of tho roof
Ily this arrangement tho House and Cornice
will not bv disfigured, as by tho common meth.
od of putting up Trougha; will bo held more
straight mid Hi in: will not runt as other Troughs
do, nod can be straightened, or takun down by
Have purchased the right to us
Woodruff'! Patent Eavw-Trough Fas
tener, In Hancock County, and would invito the niton
lion uf the Parmer and others, to tins Improve
ment. They are prepared at all time to put up
with or without th Improvement, ou tho most
reasonable term. Persons who conteinplato'oew
uiiiiumg, will nod II to their Interest, to call
aud examine the article. We aropreparvd nli
w uu an kiiiqs 01 41111 niirK.
of all kinds.
Copper Kittles, Tin-wnro, Stove pipe,
and everything belonging to tho trado.eon
slantly kept on bunds. UU.SHuN M)UH.
iay , 1 hat -
A Cook Hlovo with an elevated nven. lout tbe
I V plpo back of tho oven, so that tli Urn can
be thrown oil In warm weather, has so, en Boil-
er bolos, and takes wood three feet long, ft It
Juno lu, iMil.
DUSII11N i APaM.4.
the "Clipper air-tight,"
m. K HS wood tlireo feet long, tins an Klcvated
j. uvea, is cool 111 summer, and warm in win
lor. KnrKilul.y UUSIIOXi.AD.Vllk
ANY quantity of Good Lumber taken In ex
change for Stoves and work of any kind.
Jan IS. 1N3T. UUSIIO.N X ADAUS.
( IOPPK.lt KRTTI.KH, ahvavs on hand,
J large lot of Coppor Kettles of nur own make
ulredncoil prices. HUSIloN & ADAMS.
flMIK elieapest place In Findlay to buy
W aro and gut your worx done, Is at
IlLSllflN A 1)AMS.
rvll'FKriENT Kinds of Cook Stoves, at the
lowest kind of price.
For sale by
UUSI1UN A AfAMS.
rKJIITMNCJ HOIIS, both Iron and Copper.
J for snlo, aud put on buildings at red need
prices, by HUSIION A AIIA.MS.
rflHE PltKHIDKIST A Btovo for all sons
A ons, with an elevated oven with the pipe
un the back part of the nvon and so arranged,
as not to heat the oven, except when desired.
For sale by liCSIION A ADAMS.
P. D. AltDINGER. - LEVI TAYLOR.
ir w pirm! m
CHAP BOOT AND SHOE OT0RHla"r
Tho undersigned would call tho attention of
the whole world "and the rest of mankind"
cash buyers and punctual dealers to tholr
large and splendid assortment of
To the Ladlcs.Mpoclally.we would say wo have
LAMES', MISSES' AND VHII.DHEXS
of various descriptions. For prices and quali
ty wa will uot, oa beat, and wont buy slicop
akin, and other inferior qualities of
shoes to glv coloring to what
BUT A FIRM REALITY.
Ous Motto is Now
Small Profit- and Quick Eeturns."
RDIN(jER & TAYLOR.
N. D. Store, throe doors south of lioad Quur-
o tk, aim iwo aoors norm 01 u iiinmine a Fir
nun's, opposite tho Malodoou Hull.
June I J, 1867. tf. A k T.
N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS.
I7UIOM AI.nKKT U. IIU'HAHDMOVM
. Western Advertlsnlnga nd Corresponding
vjiueu, no. duo uruaaway,i. i.
CimiHTAmtno's 11. Mn dyr.
Within a nut shell all tho merits lie,
Of Cristudoro'a novor equalled Dye; gray
neu 11 inaKos nines:, w brown irniisriirins
And keens tho fibres alwavs from decay.
This matchless, revitalising Hair Deo still
holibt its position aa the most harmless and elH
eaeious hair dye In ths Woui.n. Prepared and
sold, wholosalo and retail, und applied In ton
vato mourn, at CKiHTAnoao's, No. 6 Astnr House
Now York, and by all PrugslsU and I'crfumors
in ine uutieu niaios. an. ZJ-ly.
Autnt: J. I). Park and Solon Palmer, Cin.,
A New and Important Discovery in the
Bcinnce or Medicine.
TlATENT OFKICU 8EAL OV GRRAT nniT.
L A IN, DIPLOMUde KCOLKde I'HAHMACIK
I'lIAItMACIKN de PAK1H, and l.MI'Kltl AL C(ll-
LKliE of MKD1CING, V1KNNA. Bold wholesale
and retail by Dr. II. A. Harrow, Member
uie imperial uouege or Vienna, and Koyal Col
lege of Sur goons. London, who may be person
ally consulted at his residence, 167 Prince street
lew Dioca west 01 Hroadway, N. V:, from
A. si., tin i, v. at., ana from till 8 V. M., (Bun.
uas esocpia, uuivsa oy appoinimont.)
TrlnaemauT No. 1,1
la a remedy for Relaxation. Rnarmtnhn.
nnd all the distressing oonaequencea arising
from early abuse, indiscriminate ioosae,
too long resldeno In hot cllinataa. It baa re
stored bodily and sexual ttranath and vlvor
thousand who ar now In th enjoyment
uoauo ana um lunouon or manhood; and
whatever may be th cause er disqualifications
or marriage, mey are neciuany subdued.
Tricemar N. t,
Completely and entirely entdioatea all traces
lionor nan, doiu in it mild and aggravated form,
liloets, Btrlcturea, Irritation of tbe Bladder,
Slonreteutlon of Urine, I'ain of th Lion and
Kidneva, and those disordors fur whloh noi.alvl
anu cuuvuv salt u iuuh ueen wioiigut an ahU-
(a the great Continental remedy for Bvnhllls
and Secondary Symptoms. Sorofula. and all
U'umneou crupuou. removing ana expelling
In its Course all luipuritlek from tbevlUU stream,
so aa altogether to eradicate lb virus of dis
ease, and nxpol it by Insensible perspiration
Uirough tbe niedlutn of tbe puree of Uie skin
11 is a udver failing remedy for that claas of
nY old stand, and 1 have concluded to sell mv
and lashiouublo stuck ol Clothing and r'ur-
disorderr, which KngHsh Physlofani treat with
mercury, to me inevnnnio nostructlon or the
pationt a consUtuUon, and which aii kha iiaraa-
pnrnin in ine wnria cannoi remove.
TWKHEMAB IT. I, f, and 1, are pra3
the form of a Inrftnirs, devoid of laste irmnti
and can be carried In the walatooat pocket
a" in ui viHua, bum iitimu in separate doses
as administered ny vaiiean, uiioman, Hons
Rloard, Ae., Ao. Price S3 each, or four sm
In one for f 9, whloh save 13, end In $17 cases,
siwreu ierv is a hiiviok ol sv.
None are genuine unless the Engravings of
n kki vi ini rnieni imice oi rnirHisii. um
seals of the Ecole de Pharmaclo del'arls, and
the Imperial College of Vienna are attUed up
cn wrapper, aouarnuna eacn oase. imitations
are liable to the severest penalties of th Law.
- Special arraneomsnts enable Dr. Barrow to
forward immediately, on receiving a remit
tanoe, tbe f) s and lrner size oases of Triosemar,
Kbjis ov Caknimib. to anr Dart of tbe world.
smuraly packed aad properly addreaneo, thus
Insuring geuuin European preparnlion and
protecting th public from spurious aud por
Attendant' and Consultation from 11 A. af.,
till 2 P. M., and from 4 till 8 in th evening.
157 Paixt'l Btkret. a few blocks weit nfllrnaJ
way, New York. May 1, ls67 ly.
DUNCAN, KIIKK.TIAN fc CO., flank
ers, CO. rtNC Attn NASSAU STailTS,
roag. Issue citcular note and letters
of credit for travelers, available in (11 the
principal cities of the world. Also,
on the Oriental Bank Corporation. London.
Messieurs ueo. 1'eabody 4 Co-, London, and
llonkor New South Wales, Australia.
BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND CASH CREDITS
on California and Australia, furnished on
application. Interest allowed on current
accounts on special deposits, subject to ar
ran gome nl- (sept'26'&6-ly
SELLING OFF AT COST.
THK store-room which I havo boon occupying
during my rcsidoneo In this place. Is about
ui oo torn oown, nnu am comiieiteii to leave
Now, gentlemen. Is vour tltna tn buv elothinc
cb.iap, since I have concluded that Is better tn
sell oft" every ploce atcostthon to pack them
annr. ueeu noiaav inaimvslix-K IS Coinli file
slnco you all know that 1 do, and always have,
11F.ST AND CHEATEST
Stuck of clothing in this town. Hoping that
you will linprovu this excellent chance, 1 um
ready 10 wait on yuu with the greatest of pleas
ure. Store, one door north of Lnngwnrthy's Prug
Store, Irom which it will be removed al ttbe
1st or June, to the room formerly occupied
J. II. Hull. opposite Newell' noire. Main streni.
rinuiay, tiniu. JUS AS UKTllN;i;it.
Juno a, lea 7 if.
I would resDectfiillv itif,,r, 11,0
and siirroiiiiiiiug country, that I havo pur-
Watches, Jewelry, Ac,
of Mr. C. B. Wilson,
and havo removed to the room ono door north
of II. Nowoll'i Store 1 havo Just received
Watches, clocks, jewelry.
und everything else in my line, all of which I
ut low figures.
My Goods were all selected bv mvself.
aro all oftho latoat patterns. All Omuls sold
warrauiuu as represented, or llio nionev
Watcbea and Clock Carefully Repair
ed and Warranted.
Alsn.Jewelrv repaired In a neat nnd substantial
inannnr. All work entrusted to mv caro
receive prompt attontion.iit reasonable prices.
Tho public are requested to call and examine
my stock, as I foelsMsured that 1 can render
to all who may favor mo with tholr patronage.
Old liold and S l.cr taken ill vsuliauuu
U. W. r.OULIIKIl.
N. R All work left with Mr. wikim i,r,,vi..u.-
fo the tiiuo of bis selling out. will bu found
my shop, sign of the llig Watch.
Fisni.nT. April 17. 1K',7.
THE Board of School Examiners,
Hancock county, will bold a
the Union School.room, lu Kindlay, on
..t C.1....I... C 1 it. n n .
uruays 01 every motitn tuerealler, commenc
ing at tun until further notice be given.
W. K. LEONARD.
Clerk of said Board.
Findlay, Jan. 2, 1857.
We Want Money
Wa are very dealrnu of collecting our out
standing debts, and wo take this method
saying to those Indebted to us, that we wish
them to nnmo in immediately and sottle up
nuuaveuoen uoing nusiness lor aome time,
and there are many who have accounts run
ning bauk ona, twq and thru years. With
such, we wish tn settle up nnd close books.
believing that a word to tha wise is suftloient,
w make thl appeal. It will be greatly to
advantage of all to heed this warning soon,
we shall place our account In other bands
ooiiootiuii, 11 tuoy ao uot.
4. . i;li; at 10
Fob. 10, 1h.',7 tf.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
At Uallenline Firmnn's.
"ITTE are now prepared to exhibit to our
V v inerous irionas und custoiuars, a very
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF EDDDS.
at greafh' reduced urlees. n-iiniiinrni with
ly purchases,) and with special roferouco
me economy nun goon mslo or our patrons
We nro at all limes ideaue.l tn wlmw .mr u,.r.aa
and hopo Una our low and uniform pricos
insure tno continued patronage oftho public.
Our itln.'.L- e,,.wiBlu .,r '
and a great varloty of
Also, a large assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods and
llleaclied. Drown Sheetings fcShlrtlngs
T WEEDS, SATIN EJS, JEANS
and pile of 8ummer Goods, for Mon and Boy
HATS & CAPS,
Ticks, Stripe, Crockery Ik Queen ware,
Cotton Yarn and Batting, Candle wick, Wo
men and Children's Hhoos, Duckets,
Churns, Tubs and Haskell, and a gen.
feral aasortmont of Hosiery and
Yankee Notions, too numerous
to mention, all of whloh
will be aold at Ui
very lowest priuea
FOR CASH OR APPROVED PRODUCE.
Store opposite Melodeon Hall and Carr'a Hotel
Pine-lav, 0., April 3d, l67.
FOR .SALE OR RENT.
P 1 C The subscriber, belnir shout
f I rfTt Temova f""0"1 Findlay, oflers
1 llll r uoauuiuiresiueac,o tbe
J 'If I West and of Banrtusky rt., eon
1 ii I lilting of two good open lots, and
a suiry-anda-hslf Kram Cottage-House, well
nninea-on ana oonveiuenuy arranged, with
Kitonen, Wood housa, Woll, Cistern. Ac, at
tached. It will b gold on ruasouahle term.
Any ono' doslrlni a valuable realdeuea. win
do wall to nuaahaaa it.' J! . :',T.
For further inlormailon. Inntilr of lha snhJ
'.Alv. Ih. nMA IS. .
uv . ..'v. , m M.V ..IUI " UUIW, t'UII) VIIIU,
imumy, un 11, 1 bo i.---u. n. u at avES,
JEW A&aAKOEMEHT f OR 1807.
HISSBS. B1IEH. fllSGS & EB..
Are still on Tisnfl, it their old
f 1 stana! on Main street, wter they will
" behafipy tc7 wait on their oiu eas
terners, and all the new ones that will favor
them wUh a call. We have pa hand
A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
which wewilliell ehesn, for READY-PAY,
Out stock of leather is oomplete, eonsisting
Solo, Upper, and Harnen leather,
FRENCH AND OHIO CALF SKINS,
Spsnish and Slaughter Rip, Dressed and Un
dressed Morocco, Patent Calf Linings, of
LASTS, SHOE THREAD, NAILS, PEGS, A.C.
Itr We are bound not to be unoiaioLoby
anv rstsblubmtnt In the west. Xt
IP" Cash paid for Hides, Pells and Call
Skins. BAKEft, WILSON, dt CO.
Fmdlsy, Feb. I Uh, 1857. tf.
ALL kinds ol Boot nnd Shoe Findings, nt
UAKKIt, WILSON A CO.'8.
slay it, IB.) J.
Sol. IS AMU tl'l'Kll I.K A'l HKii, always on
hands at Baiek, Wilson & Co. 's.
rjAKEll, WILROIV A CO., nnv the highest
II prleo In cash, for Hides; lairHKlns,
May 22, 1H.',7.
f PANNKK'SUIL, a No. 1 article, bv the barrel
J or gil., at DAKKIi, WILSON 4 CO. S.
May Tl, ISoi.
nAKNUMM LKTAIIKIt, St
UAKtlt, WIISON & CO.'s.
May tl, 1957.
WE have Inst received a lot of French full
Kklns, which we will sell cheap, fall and
see litem. ijixii, w.
.1 U.L-L'lf IVII UllV I. , f
May 23, 18.17.
WANTKI). 150,000 feet of Itlack Walnutliim,
bor, first quality, for which cash will be
pain ny . rAiitvr.u
tiarcnxH &. tr.
A NEW ESTABLISHMENT
milP. underslened would take thlsopnortunl
X ty to return his thanks to tho public for
the liberal pal ronago no na receivea, since ue
bus commenced tue uustness 01
Book Binding, in Findlay,
uiifl rill lit I rnsnectfullv reniiest a eonflniinnre
ot the same, lie is prepared to bind all kinds of
PAMPHLETS, PAPERS, &C..&C,
In a neat and substantial manner, and nt very
Those who wish anything dono In tils line.
can be accommodated by culling ut bis place oi
uusltica, at me
East end of Ilnrdin street, Findlay,
r bv leaving the work to be bound, nt the Kin
dlay book Sloro, or JcJImrmum Prlntim: otllco.
M. II. l.E.iriW&ll.
Findlay, 0., July 11, 17.
for fenty lessons ml'raetl I'eiimaiis p, simply
the ... KLv Mkkcastii.k. has been recenllv onli.nr.
FOLI.OM'8 MERCANTILE COLLEGE
COKNKa ri'I'LIO SUfAIIK,
I Ni; 1 It I 'O It A 1 iM M. Vu, 1 I
E. C. FOIiiOM, A.M Principal.
E. fl. FOLSOM, J. I. CALKINS, O. II. Jl'DD,
Instructors in Accounts, and Lecturers, on
Business Customs, Ac.
A. J. riIKI.PS. W. H. CLA UK, O. II. JUIlD,
Teachers of Practical and Ornamental Pen
manship. tj. IlaiDBi-RN, Profs. T. II, Hudson, A A. CrRTts,
THOS. UOLTON, OKO.WII.I.EY. C. W.PALMEIl,
Hon. jutl.n i;uiin bl.l..
Ict's on Conimcrc'l Law, Sciences Gov'nt, Ac
Urn. S A 51 I.U. A IK I.N, J AS. H. IIOI.I.K.S, KeVS.S,
W. ADAMS, III HIT. CLAXTON, J. U. WHITE,
I rofs. J. A. IIIO.MH, Lecturers nn Commer
cial Eihics nnd Political Kconomv.
lohu U WAItlM). II U HUHl.HUT. 'E. L JO.VES.
W. II. HAIiDKll.
Lecturers on Hanking, Finance, Ibtllroadlng.
A. ('. Itrownell, T. I. Handy, I. I. Severance.
.Ino. II. Waring, And. Freese, S. II. Mather,
T.V. Severance, John Sherman, (,. W. Shat'rod,
H. M. t'hanln, I), p. Kol,, T. F. Hay.
TUITION FEE IN ADVANCE.
For entire Mercantile Course time unlimited tin
Same ('nurse for Ladles : : 1 l 1 t : 2.
d. and can now be regarded as one ol'the most
rsgfAi, thorough and cwnprlrever intriMluced
the putiiio lu any similar iiistiiuiiun in tbo Cul
TUB HOOK KEEPING PEPAHTMEXT
Kmbraces three distinct grades, viz: I v'itiatokv,
IlKiiri.AU, and EitkniieiiCochseh, and tauuht on
Kolsom's New method, recommended bv over
Twisrv oftho most reliablo practical account
auls of Cleveland.
THE NEW METHOD OF TEACHINO
Strikes at the vory germinating points of the
Science revealing trie great natural two-rnid n
vision ut the Ledger, whereby Is seen the prop
er line of demarkation between real and ronre
sentative property, and the governing law
traiisicr, as roganuitsanocting uie two classos
of accounts, and those of the samo class in eve
ry variety 01 transactions, thus stripping this
most usolul and beautiful soionco of most of
timo-hnnored mysteries mado such bv arhitra
ry and infallible rules, moanlnglosa forms and
false notions; and hence enables the student
acquire correct notions of acoouuta aa cm bod
leu m actual practice.
THE INITIATORY COURSE
Embraces a regular progressive series of man
iiscrint cards, classified somewhata to tho va.
rlety of transactions. It aims to dovolnp the
first principles und philosophy of accounts
miner man mere routine nnu actual rormula,
hy addressing the reason and judgmont of the
ntudent, who studies with the view of annrn.
iM-iiiiing aiiu arriving hi. rusuus, ana so pusiics
mi ins iiivesiiKaiions wun mucn Kreaier conn
denco, ploasure and independence.
I HO KMiIILiAll CUUIC1B
Is intended to represent overv sneeies of busl.
uess, from tbo smallest retail to tho heaviest
aud most intrioalo of wholesale and eommis.
Hion, as well as hanking, railroad iu. 010. . dn
inandcd, at present, by our vast aud constantly
...v. vvjoiii,. . ''in ui' . ' '.
TH E EXTENDED COURSK
Embrnees lengthy practical sots frnm fhe vnrl
ous business Arms, and is designed for such stu
dents as may wish to spend longer than tho time
required for the regular oouro (and that grat
uitously) preparatory to entering some spue ml
Hy taking In adilltlnntlie Extended Course,
iiiu Biiiuuiiiwiii ue iniuiiuiiy nnu prouiailiy cm
ulnved for six months.
Pknmansiiiip. praotlcalnnd nrnamcntal.'lnall
It varieties, will be tauglitin the most thorough
and olllsicnt manner by one of tho best teachers
of the West, llesldos tho usual method
teaching business willing, tho Cherbylhiun
gianblo system will also be taucht. This iv
tcin, so popular, nnd reenmmeiidud by our best
educational men, is new taught In the public
schools of Cleveland. Columbus and Toledo
Many other places are upon for good Umclinrs
01 inoroyuiinograpuy a noun as they cuu
liAii-v Lkctitrrs on practical nnd thonretleal
hook iveoiiing, Mercantile uwii. Commercial
Ethica, Political Ecuiioiuy, Art of ComnuUitioii,
couiiuorciai v lucuiiuioin., niorcaiitllu Customs,
Hanking, Exchangu, Coiuinercu. ltaih-on,lii,ir
Coinmuruial lliKtoiy, Business Currospoodouco,
The now sulto of rooms of the College, occu
pies lha finest locution In tho city, situated as
they ar on the comer of Publiu Huuir. ,i,t
Superior su, a (lord Ing a fair view of most parts
ui ,uguu;iiuuioMkA, 111s roonia are nuauy
aud tastefully furnished, surnasslns In heuiiiv-
and convenience perhaps, tho of any similar
institution In the Uuiou.
Tus Lauiui' Cutiasa la the lame aa that of the
tlonllemon, affording equal fiiuililios to all ladies
wnu may wisn 10 avail uieniseivea of the com
The Prinolpal, having an extensive buslnoas'
acquaintance, is euauiua to seeuro good situa
tions fur Hilly of his graduate.
N. U. For partiuuUi send for Catalogue and
Circulars by mall.
March HI, IW7-ly.
THS undersigned have nrooured an
eellent Hearie, aad will, therefore, hm ...
abled bereifter not only to make coffins, but
isu ii. aucuu luoeraii on ma IHQIlest no
vice. 1 ..
Will ba made for attending funeral, and
aaturartion will bewarranted, botb a if fe.
gard the atyl and Drioe of coffin.
ICi- uon-1 wrget tbo plana, oue doer eaat
uenaerson block, oa the outh side
laiRosd street, ' n. W. pauirtno
rinqiay.u., we. via tl.
. ' 1 . l;.i
1" .':-. 4
3MjSav,"sr ctj nuq?nnAUPP,
4 RE still on hand at the old stand formerly occunlod by Howard A Hamilton, on Main street.
Xa. where thov will bo happy to wait on their old customers, aud all the new ones that will
lavor them with a call. Wo keep constantly on bunds, a good stock of Hardwaro, Stoves and
I IfltVftrA. ftntia I I it n In nal 11
DOOR IMS AKD LATCHES, BUTTS AtVD SCREWS,
Files and Rasps, Wood, Hand, Cross-Cnt and Mill
m w ,
Axes, Hatchets. Hammers, f 'bluets, Carpenters' Tools, Panning f tonsils. Hoes, Shovels,
Spades, Forks, Scythes, Log and Xr:uo Chains, Chain I'uiiips, Churns, Jto.
S $ V S
We keep constantly on hands, a full and eomnleto assortment of
variety ol stoves may be found the Hangup
Findlay, O., May 8, lKi7.
Jobbing done to order. Expel loucod workmen only, are employed Ir our shop. We are
enninou nov mi ne ouiuone, emier 10 prices or quality, we are prepared to nut un I
Trougha on the shortest notiee, and on the most secure fastenings. Kemoinber the ulaoe
doors south of Wheeler A liro.'s SLore. unit one Hrair nnrik nt uAaa ,...u-..... .,1
Air-Tight, Improved Clinton Alr-Tlght, Clipper Live
13 v. iii i-jotmik m nitrfjK,
MAY A ItUTHKAUKK.
Grsefenberg Medicines !
IlARTroan. Trumbull County, Ohio, I
March 7, 1K67. (
I hereby ccrtifv that t have boon dealing In
tbe Cr.i tcnhorg' Medicines for the past live
yoars, and can truly s.iv that I have never of
fered any medicines to the public that have met
with the decided approbation of the people,
.ke these; particularly tho Tills and Catlioli
coii. They sell readily, aud Perioral all and
moro than Is promised for them. 1 havo sold
about tiny bottles of tbo Catbollroii the ptat
season, and hoar the best results In every ease.
4. u. v. jiiii.u., sieuicai Agcuu
Head what Pr. flushm-ll savs of the (iiefen
berg Medicines. Dr. II. Is a niivslciaii of cxleii-
sivo practice and one of the most succcfxrul ill
tbo county (Trumbull) in which he resides.
'This certiltes that I havo lined the tlra-fen-
horg Pills and Marshall's Catbolicon, sold here
by J. II. C. Johnson, in my practice, to my en
tire satisfaction. 7ftc tut gnmf Mtilirintt."
Ml. II. W. BI'SHNT.I.L.
Hartford, Trumbull Co., (., M ircli 7, K-i7.
I am n pby'dcian of thirty years' practice.
My principal studv has linen diseases of fc
males. They havo generally battled mv best
ellorts. Obtaining tbe materials comiioslng
Marshall's Uterine Cntholicoii, 1 was pleased
with them, gave tho medicine a l.nr trail, uiiii
t. -111111 mvsi-11 iinuiiilanllv sncces-itiil. In mv
Inrmer practice I could only mitigate thosvinu-
loms uf about ball' the caaes. and could iiot'cure
ono In ten. Now I can radically cure seven
tueu In twenty, and can mitigate the rest. I
consider Marshall's Calhohcoii the gre.ilest
iilussiug to leinaics I have ever met with.
JAS. 11. WILLIAMS, M. 1)., Charleston.
Clkvkland, Juno 23, 1SSC.
Ma. II. B Kisnsi.Kv Dtar Sir; In July. 1K.U
I was taken with an ordinary summer complaint
mr which 1 neglected taking any remedies.
hoping that it would soon slop nl' itself; but In
about three weeks I commenced passing mil
cits and blood, and grew very weak, so that I
was unablo to dn half a day's work. I applied
10 physicians, and was dosed first with opiates,
next with pills made or Bnltadons and Nitrate
oi'Sllvor, took Injections of Nitrate of Silver all
all doing no good, I next took various home
remedies; roenmmended bv nurses and old
dies: neither did thov do mo good. Again re
turned to tho care o) the iihvsieians. and was
uoseu wun any quantity orine most poworlul
.-.Kiruigewi Known 10 me proiession. tiauin.) nut
an 10 no purpose 1 next tried II. .mo-. 1p.1t n v.
which, for a lime, helped me, but they could
not advance beyond a curtain point towards a
From my experience I unhesitatingly pro.
nounce it tho best Dysentery medicine ever
mado, and would heartily recommend lis uc to
everyone with liko difficulty. I am led to make
this statement to the public, through gratitude
lor the blessing it has conferred upon me. and
through the hope that ntheralike alllictcd, may
reap ine oeiieni 01 us liso.
Yours, respectfully, J. II. II A UT.
For sale by A. Lnngwnrthy nnd p. lUxnn,
Kindlay: lliiikins A Co., (illlion: Dve. Str.ilhor
.V l.'o., Van lluren. and bvutfeuts lii all llici.riii
'Itnil ton us ill Ohio.
II. II. M.ViSLKY, Cleveland.
June 19, ls,-,7. ly. Agont for Ohio.
DIKE AHR VANql'ISHRD by Dr.Robaek's
HeaMillnavlaii Remedies. Aflor years nl
study, analysis and experiment, Dr.ltolmck, the
oininentSwudish Duct., succeeded in producing
a medicine from the mountain erbsof his native
land which act dirootly unon tho causosnf dls-
oaKO In tbo blood, and by restoring the onrriipt
ed fountain of life to a condition ol health and pu
rity, expels disonse from tho syslom whorevoi
it may be located, jowhatevur may ho Its char
acter. Indigostlon, nervous complaints, opl
letitlc nnd other Ills, ooughs, consumntloii in its
early suigcs, sore throat, bronchitis, lever nnd
agito, asthma, low spirits, sexual Incapacity.
luininuie weakness, pricking oftho skin, symp
tomatic of paralysis, rheumatism, nouralgia,
tumor, cancer, diabetes lassidiido and debility,
dlarrhma, and all othor disordors of the organs
of rosniration, the liver, the kidneys, tho stom
ach, I ho nerves, tbo muscular Hiiro, are uner
ringly cured ny this prcjiarntinn.il Is to the
tulri itt moi bi. or seods of disease, what an al
kali is to an acid : It neutralizes them wilb ab
solute certainty, while at tho same lime it reg
ulates tho socroltous, removes obstructions
from tho bowels, cronies apputito, renews bod
ily vigor, and regenerates eyry animal flino
Uon. unci! Is the nature, sucTTrro thoelfucts
of Dr. Ibilmng'a famous Hcaniunaviin Hlooii
1'i niiiKii, which taken in ooniuiiotlon with bis
Hlooii 1'u.ts, will not only oblitorato tho most
painful diseases, bill pruvont t!i"ir rouurioiico,
and lengthon Iiiu beyond Its ordinary spun.
To prevent imunsition, purchase only of re
spectable druggists, eto., of regular agunls, or ol
it. iionack, soio proprietor ana in.inuraotui er,
No. e East Fourth St., Cincinnati, U.
Price of Purifier, f 1.00 nor bottle, or six hot.
ties for five dollars ; 1'ills, 25 cunU pur box, &
boxffs for ono dollur.
Terkb Hautk, Ind., Oct. 13, 18S5.
Dh. Roback Sir. the lust throe bottles nfvn.ir
Blood Hurillurand the aooomiianvinu Pills. bnv
relieved me oftho last vestigo or my rheumat
ism. I consider the oure all but miraculous
Alter having autTored the most acuta avmiv.
almost without intermission, fur eight years,
and being for three year a cripple, I can
soaroely roallze tbe fact that a this moment,
after having used your ttoandlinVvlan Kemudlos
for only throe munUis and a fow days. 1 am a
hale, hoarty man, capable of mutual labor, and
entirely free from nuin. When I first Hni.bn.i
to you, by letter, for a supply of your modi
olnes, I waa little belter lb an an aunalitioal
skeleton. For more than two years I bad nevsr
enjoyed on hour of uubrokon night rest, and
my anna si using wun my noay, aaj nssman
greatly enfeebled, tbe very first bottle 01 me
Purifier wrought a surprising ohaiuie for th
better In my system, and aflor Uikimr that won
derful restorative, logother with the Blood i'llls.
for one month, I felt that a complete regenera
tion of every animal function waa In pi ugraa
1 waa nut deoelved. 1 am now, at 61 year or
ag as freo from every lympVout of rheumat
ism a I was at W.. TipAreuaubaaoAniiartha'.
this wondorful our is uu to your remedies
alone, and 1 am willing, if It wiAasrve you or
induce other to acok relief from the same
source, that this letter should ba made pablie.
,..iuur,u.,. a j, t'disMAJtl Alb-UUS. 1
Ct,NOIXgATI, po. J, 18iJ.
. m.bv .ir oir. 1 ins Wllicortl
..... t ...i.-j i. D..k...L.u.....r:,t
T n win...... T ii e- in . .
vunt , wif. t.u , euv k ewo. marua .nyi
some 01 naiBcaiiqiisswiiui wsmi ruruvi
bad entirely aur4 e p( jl tiitplida.
ruonm auraiion; ana aiior trying otner nhvst
klf i UiXiV.m .tl ,'.
n the above named Dr. Rotmek. and h nlinv.
en meoiiueiioiiraigia, logotlier with weakness
in tno nacg. in the course ol three weeks Irom
the time I first applied to him I was aide to gut
up and attend to business, and can safoly say
that from that time I have enjoyed tbo best ol
nealth Thoso who are sulferlmr from anv III.
ness would do well to call on Dr. Roback, ut his
unutuiiniimuiii, no. u, r.asi rounii street.
11. 1'. KTKWAIIT,
No. 71 Chestnut-st.
Foa Hali bv A. T.anowoiithv. Findlav 1 II.
B. Bhni:v. a Co., Pleasantvillo ! Ws, Vani.i s,
Vanlue; Wn. FoKTKKriai.D, Dunkirk HsNar
KiLRF.rrKn, Pendleton; E. W. Ukkknk, Colum
bus Orovo; Hm'iiks a Bliziabo, Ottawa.
Duo, H ls.1il, (March ai. 61,) ly.
FOR THK RAWD CURE Of
CoIcIh, Coiiffli, nnd
B rim n tin, Mam 2uth Dtr ldi5.
1r. J.O. Avkr: l(kiiHtbjiuithitaiV
th lsrU n-IUraJjf 1 ItaVV) Vr fotiod fur
3ulls. lliiaUaWIMejS, lllfllHtirj, aDl t)l
umitiuiiani yniiuiu or Col J, i your
vHbtkni kctiiil. lta ruiisUiit um In
tay prtu-tloa ini my fnmil; fir the I rut
ton ymrt lint atinwo It to niiig iip
rlor viriii fur the trvuttiicfit ut tinM
x-nipliunlai. KHKN KMUUT, 3d. U.
A. II IOHTLfc:V,K1..ofUTlcN.y., writer Ih,
iwni jrotir rnTovL niv-ir fnl In my family lino
fuu fnrejiitiHl It. Mud UliHV it th Umt onolViirt tor it
pnrisv.'r jnitout. With ft I-ut ol.l I ihtMil.l r-mu.
jay twenty flvo dolliirt f- r ft Uilllu llitva du without it,
mhv muj oumr rrmciy. '
Croup, Whooping Cough, In fl a em.
Hl-aUSOrtllJl. Mid.. Vb. T. leauaflL
BftOTtitft An: I will chevr fully certify your PicroaUi
th Iwtt rutueJy w bkMNi fur th cure of WTi'vy)
-snajT, vfirxs, ainii nw dim UIJaaM1 VI CltllUrVD. VTe) Q
our fmtriilty rti th South ftpprvclmu your kill. M
Mmmeiid your tucdicioft U our proula.
II lli AM OONKLIIf. If. D.
AMOS LKR, Kq., Morrrtmir, Iawrita, 3d Jin,,mt
I hul ft tfeiioiii lnOuvoua, which confined m i door
ns wevk; toufe mftiiy tnodiriiHi witliout nlM: ftnall
irttd your PccroftAi. by th ftdvlc of our cttrtjrymftn
rh flnt do rliTd th fturvnejaM in mv throat mm
inii(pi Im tlmn on half th bottl mavi m eoaapltlj
well. Vrnir oiedlviuM r th cbrat(ieit a well a th ha
can buy, and w M(fia you, lAxtor, ftod your nu
ucib, mm 1 ii puur man a iiirna.
Aithma or Phihi-ic, and Ilronchitifl.
WEsTf MANCHKMYlft. 1A Vb. A. lH&O.
Fmt TourCaFRtf Phttoiui, U prf.rmiin marvrlliMB
;uroa in uiia awiion. 11 na riivi vvnu rnttn alarm
nn yuiptuiua of cunauuiitioii, and la now curing a aiai
who ItHat Ulairwl uudr an itfTfctlon of tlr Iuiik for llv
a l tuny ytmra. iibakv L. r AKK8, Men-bant.
A. A. RAMSKV, M. D- ALmorr, Moiraoi CoM low
writWrS Hti. , IH&6; liurlnic my pmciica of nianyyan
I haaaftiinid nothtnx espial to your CHtaar Pkctoiul tot
fivuiK eaM'Wiid reliff to commniiUr ittnU, or curttu.
ucu a avi riiiaui. '
W mlithl add roliim of vl'lenc. bnt tht tnnet con
rlnrttiR proof of Ih vlrtuut uf Util roiu!y It found it Ih
iQecu upon trial.
Ppdmhly noon remeely haa vtr been known whlct
3urtd to many and mrh daiiKeronl caaa M Ihla, 8om
no human aid can rch but Teti to thot th Cntft.
I'scToiut ftfTurd relief and comfort.
Ateoft llw't. New Yfnt CtTT, Mairh ft, 1M
imrma Arm, iiwkll: I frci it duty and a phanr
lo in Tor m yuu what your Chkhjit ('kctohal ha done fo
my wif. fhe hml hin flra months laboring under fh
lrtti)(iriMie) ttyniptumaorCoiiHiiinption. from wliiih no
wo could procure fve her uturh relief, fh waa atMdilv
(Hiling. unUI Ur. 8trunir,of thl city, where we hTcnv
mr avuitfi, rrcuuioienuea a trial ur your niedinua. wt
bleej bim kindnees, aa w dn ymtr akill, for h ba race
red from thwi day. Ah i not yet as strong as th uaed
w ue, um i ire irom ner matfnrarva caiw uereeii well.
If ours with unatituile and rrtcard,
OULA.NUO HllKl.bY, or BatumLtn.
amnmptiiotii do not deapair till you bar tried Afia't
Ouikar PacToaaU. It I mtvl by one of th bast tndical
-heniiita in Ut world, and its cure all around us heap
ui mgn oiariu w tu ruiue. inuaaupmm iagr.
Ayer's Cathartic Fills.
Till Bcisaras of Cbsaistrr snd Medlrla hav ban
Uud thstr almost to pnahm thai bsst. Best psrBKl
pargslln which Is knows to nsa. InsuKMrsbU pmo
trs ibows that this Pius hats vlrtoM which sarpais Is
scellsnn th erdiuarjr niadkisss, and lhal thsj win aa
precedsutadlj npoa ths mUmmh of all men. Thsy ar mti
tod plwusut lo laks, bsl powerful lo car. Tbslr psns
trMiug propsrUM lUmuUU tht vluU sctiviliM of ths bouj.
raniot t lbs obstructions of lu organs, partly Ih blood
snd sspsl lUwass. Thsjr pumsout lbs fuulhuuori whlct
orosd snd stow dlstsmpsr, itlmulsu slussith or disor
Isrsd organs Into tbsir uUonil action, and impart bosllb)
ton with strangth lo ths whols lysftai. Mot only d.
Ibay our ths avery-day conpltlots of svtry body, ba.
sue lunuMabl and dsngorous dlwaiiw thai kaf baMat
Uia but of humD skill. Wklk) thy pnsluc powtrni
rractt, Sbsy an at th asm lima, la dltulnUbd dotes, lh
tsbtl and bttt phytic thai can ba wnploytd far childrta
Btlog lunar-cot uxl, thty arc plnsaul to takt) and Uiat
partly vcgettl.lt, art freo from any rltk af harm. Can.
bars btta mads which surpass balk-f wars Ibay ih tut
Un Hated by mta of sack suited puttlloa and charactai
at to forbid tht tuepidon of untruth. Many tmloes
clergymen aad physician bava leal tbtlr naaita lo otrtt
l to tht public Ike rellabllllj of my rtaitdiet, whm otb
trs hava sunt ma tht aaaaranow of tholr conviction tha
my Prrpannont oonlribut tmmtuaujy lo lha relief of ai)
alfltcud, aunVrii.g Mlow-aato.
Tht Agcut below named Is pleated lo furnish gralit m)
American Almauao, containing directions for tbtlr net an.
certificates of Iliolr carve, of ike following complaints:
Cottivenoat. Ulllout Co.-ilalnts, Ithonmntltm, Propty
ItrartburD, litwlat-ho ariiiiis front a foul fitumacn, ban
tea, ludlaetlli.n, Morhi.l luacliou bflbt Bowelt and Pail
ai-laliig llterenm, Flatiilency, Uat of Appetite, all Ploer
one ami Cutaneous Planuet whicb require an cvacuaa1
SlfHilclna, Hcmhila or Kloa'a Itvll. Tliey alto, by purify
ing the blood and tlimulaling lha aytltui. enre man
oomiilaiuU whu-h It would not b aiippea Ibey ooiilt
reach, tuch aa Peafneae, Parllal llliudn.e, Neliralsis am
Nervoua Irritability, Derangemenla of tht Liver aud Kid
neya, Uoul, and other kindred ainiplaiult ariting from
low ctata of tht body or obttrucuoa of lu fiiacuont.
Do not bt pal off by unprincipled detl.rt witb torn,
other pill tliey msks moro prortl on. Atk for Arss'i
Pius, and take noiblng die, No olbtr they can gin
yo compare! with Uiia In Its Intrintlc valiw or curaUn
powtra, Th tick want Ike beat aid Ikore la for tbem,
tad thty should bava It,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER,
Fraetloal aad Analytical Chemist, Lewtll, If au
Faic MB Or, raa Box. fiv Sous roa 1 1,
Da. A. I.anu WORTHY, ElndlKf , O.t J. R. Dr
Van Burent 'I. H. llaassH.Mt. RlHiiohard.
la Granger' Commereial College,
CofuStOua. Ukia. -
For sale oheap, at tbe Joffosouian nfflc. An
plyoob ' m , . . fr'eblOtf
TUB pWc to hu). your MixuT.-t!irltoirades,
. BOOTS & 5H0ES. , .
AIAWilaHatoolclliiiuever.at i,U t .
.i.iais, aian, -wen. ciatarn &a.. wi i, .T.1.1
rented, oil anod terms. l7-u' lii im v"
l"M'U.V,;W-v WfJKti1? f '.'. M, igiar,i.if
In .o.iil mo ill aiurljv.iv b. ix.js
n;:4 'mll'l bu. ti-iiiiH tevtsf' I . ol-. ,..tii..w
UTtXiO-tl. OOH09I1 1
' . . t , eraJtrotljwWBpUaMj.'J JH.l
-TASK- NOTICE V
that w will seH
SO H O OL B O O K 6,
As cheap, or eheaper, than fr. Leonard sjrlljs '
and ho sAn lis hi prieMoit himself, n 1
If any prefer to buy Books of Mr, Leotard,
w offer po oMoetlon, but do not wlen- anr
Scholar of Toiehor to be blinded by atate
msnt or "superior ndaennta," for, from Hi
amoant WS bur. If anv M la tka nt.i.1 Mmm
offer anv Indacejnenta, w oao. T
. a. ufluwuami.
fTWsa RBXT TaCatlt In the Flndle- Union
X 8ohool, will nommcnoe, In th Higher Da-
oianU, September 7th.
Tsmms Kama aa hj.ra.ln...
Student ar requested to b eresant If no. '
ible, on th Drat day of lh iVrmXiolaf t
to teach, durlnt tho onmlng winter. Ifolranm
stance will admit, a Teacher' tilaaa will be
formod, to which a Luoture will be given daily.
In regard to ths duties or the Taacbar, la refer
once to OuvorultiK, Clssslfyiiiff, Teaching, Ac. .'
ArranKementshav boen made by the Super
Intendiiit for furnishing ycbool Uouk. at a r
Dr Oania or rag Boa.
Findlay. July Md, 1847.
HOW A Kll ASHOClATIUlf, Phllaelhla. '
Important Aknoi-xciimkxt To all person
ullliitod with rtexunl Disease, such a Hperma
tnrrllra, Hemliml Weakness, Impoteneo.Oonor
rlircR, Uloot, Hyphllls, the V0 of Unaniim,
or Kulf-Abiiso, Ac, Ao,
The Howard Association, In view ofth awful
dertructlun of human life, caused by Hexual dis
eases, and the deceptions practiced upon tb
" 'iwimi 01 suon niseases or quacka.
have directed their ConaiiHlna Hun .
vharitabl act worthy of their nana, to oiva
MirnicaL ApvicsosATistu all persona thuiafltlct- '
oil, mho apply by letter, with a deaoription of
their condition, (age, occupation, habits ofllf.
o.,) and In ease of extreme poverty, to re
The Howard Association I a benevolent In-
.?JfMr u.f th ick """l dlstreasecL afflwucl
with "Virulent and Kpldemlo IMiMaaea.'' It haa
now a sunilus of means, which tli Director
,ii.,,m in aavertismg In above
notice. It Is needles to add that th Assocla-
The Highest Medical Skill of th in,
and will lurnlsh the most modern treatment
Jut published, by the Asaoclntlon, a Report
on Bperuutvrrha-o, or Seminal Weakness, Uu
wi.nmaui, aiHstirauaiion or bell-Abuso.
ind other laseuse ofth Hiiialllnna hvin
Consulting Hurgeon, which will b sent by snail.
w-jn.vu ..v.u.e.; rm ur CUAM4IB, OU ID
reioipl of nrosTAair, for postage.
Address. Ur. OKU. H. ( Al.lliiliN rna,.tti.
Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 1 Houtli
.muiu street. I'biuidelphla, Pennsylvania.
V'U k II III.' A IITUY'L-I 1
Clio. Faikciiilii, fSrc'. rk-pL 13, '6 ly.
C "10 ATS, Pants, VesU, and UveruUs, o the la
J tvst style., atsa lfiwaai.',.
GO 000 YARD? ,Prln,,' 8Tlr,r .a uu.
w,uuu mcr styles, at NawstA's.
s (lull Hh i'll! iti''Vll'iWftiUuaxI e4) iliw at
Ji-i: - jurnoilul i-iiT ,ii W wlqotxj ii)1o lot
i ul I" ,uiuuw a (I'ti'ini odJ ovi, iliw J941)
-l'H K.-N'oTice ts thereby given
a petition will ba nrrsented 10 tl.a
I'l'iuniissloiicrs of liunii.ik county, at their
S'pti-niber sessina. prnying fur the location of
:i county runs), roniniencliigat the quarter post
r sections twenty-nine and thirty, in Alleu
township, at tbe north-went corner of John Kw
uig's land, and running in a straight line outh
0110 mile, Inii-i-sfcting a road running east anil
west, from the I'erryshurgli to tbe Port Clinton,
r",d; .. MAXV PETITION Elt3.
July Jl, lM7.-4t.
it. U. llnrd, l'laiiililf,)
Siimuel Arnold, Pcf '1.
county, Ohio. Dn the i
said Justice issued an order of attachment la
uie aoove sciiou. lor the sum ori,H.9J.
Aug. J, 1M7. 3w. H. U, HUnD.
William Willinmson, and 1 1)ErX)RI Jnhra
J. louibs, l'liiiiitiirs, I J3 MoConnell, J.
sgsinst I p.. of Union town-
Fuller Ballard, Defondsnt. J ship, Hancock Co..
Ohio. Onthetlbdii) of August, A. 1)., IS6I, sii
Justice issued an order of ntlHChssent In tb
above nctioa. tar Ih suae of tUlrlvone dollara
and nineteen cent. Aug.l,s4l.
"iTOTIl'EThe uiulersigned hit been ejt
Xl pointed and qtinlilled as ticcutor on the
estate of Henry lingbriikc, lata of Haucoclc.
county, Ohio, ticceased.
July 30, lS7 3iv.
rH N:iui-v Kelly. Jniues Hurdy and HannrV
X his wile, tieorge lu-ll, Ceorg'o Ijttham and
Miirtba his Ifo, and William Hell, heirs and le
gal re piosriitmlvcs of John J. Hell, deceased:
You ure hereby infomied that on the list
dny of July, IkST, tho undersigned, administra
tor of John J. lull, deceased, tiled his petition la
Probata Court In and for the County of Han
cock, nml Sliito of Ohio, the object and prayer
ol which petition is 10 obtain au order of said
Court on the 4ih duy of September, 1857, or a
soon thereafter 11s counsel can be heard, for
the sale of tho equitnblo Interest of said de.
censed lu In lot number seventeen, in tbe loan
of Ml. Illiiuchsr.l. Ill eaid County, of which th
stud John J. Doll riled ecizid.
jldmr. of John J. Ikill, die.
. . O Xkal A liLAixroKO, Ally.
July 21, J7. il.-plW.00.
Catharine liurkst, pltf,
Civil action lo recover
money ,commenced In
the Court of Common
i-ies 01 Hancock Co.,
that Catarine Burket of the said County of
Hancock, did on the alb day of June, 1S67, file
her petition in the Court of Common Pies of
said County, against the saldlsaib W. West,
setting forth that ou or sboutihe 1st day of De
cember, 18f6, In consideration ofth said par
ties being then unmarried, Ac, th (aid lsiab
W, West did then and there promise and gree
to marry the said plaintiff, so soon certain
arrangement and conditions precedent upon
tho part of the said defendant, (which condi
tions Ar. are described in said petition,) could
be made and performed; that such srrsognent
and cuiulltioii precedent have ail been miHa
and complied with. Hiai lha reasonable time
nsseiapseu since ine making or the same, and,
further setting forth that laid defendant has re
fused mid neglected to comply with said con-,
tract! said plaintiff In horauul potlllon allege
that she has sustained damagta by reason of
the said ncgluvt and refusal ol th said dnfana.
ant Ui perform his said eontract, to the amount
of three thousand dollars, for which sum aha
iiiereiu pray jiidguieiii; that an order or at
tachment haa been isued in auid causa, l.veaid
Court, hy virtue of which the good and chat
tels, lands and tenements of Hie said defendant
of said county, have been attached ; laid de
leiidsiit Ih further notiUed that h Isreiiulied
to appear nnd answer to the petition ofth said
plaiutilf, on or before th third Saturday after
U-ilynl. J. F.,ofin
I UlnV low I,., llanrm k-
Esth dav or JiiU. la7
ru Ul. TV TV.,. Ar . 1
.. . tusi'nWBl issueo
formerly or th said
County of llnncork, and whose residence to
tho laid nUiiitlff Is unknown, will talc n..n.
w,myw.lu,rlN, ' .
Cafles & llaAiinsLar, AUys.
Dated thlr Jltbduy of July, 1167. 71. pl8.
M0S',,VKr"J'"u." ,U- P?" nd Joaenhln 8.
Hall, of Cumberland County, In th Btate
ol Illinois, will take notice that (J, A. Croning.
er & Co., of Hancock County, Ohio, did, 00 tb
"oi "i inoir petition
In the Court of Common Ploss, within and for
the County of 11 uncock, and hlate of Ohio,
iigiiiust the auid Juniea H. Hull and Jm.,hi.,2
s. Hull, 1. J. Cory, Hugh Newell and N. K.
Chllds, delcndanls, setting forth that the aaid
Janus U. Hull and Josephine 6., bia wife cava
.. ...v an.u j. a. vromnger a Co.
on thoir iutorest iu in lol number aoventy-Ave
(76) in Vance A Cory's addition to the town of
Pliidluy, in said County of Hancock, to secure
tho payment of one hundred and ttfty dollara,
according lo a certain uote mentioned in aaid
mortgage! also to recover tho balance of a cer.
tain meuhauic lien on said uremia amount'
ing to twenty-two dollar and thirty-aeven eta.,
exocutodloUeorgeBorry.and by him assiguetl
to auid V. A Crouinger k Co., and that slue
the giving of said mortgage, the other defeud
ents claim aome Interest ia said premises un
der lb said J, B. Hull, and praying that aaid
J. B. Hull tuny pay said aums now olajmed to
be due with the interest tbron, or that aaid
premise may be sold to pay the aanei and 1
the said Jamoa B. Hull and Jiwephlue B., bia
wile are nouiied that they ar required to ap- '
peas and answer said peliliou on or belora . !
tho third BulurUuy after tho 'Mb day of August.
1HI7. C. A. CllO.NJNEK k C0.7 '
kvn'v... a 11. .............. .
July tf&ttu. "yr
EVBJ PKWBfB AKO rUAHCia M. I)B . 0 ,
wm, minor children of Tbomaa Dewese, ',
late of Hanuoek cunnty. deceased, and all other
persona ouncemed, will tait. nutiii taatapei -r-'l
tition waa tiled ag nnst Ah aaid Eva Ugwtsa 1
nd FraiuKa Mi Uewcse.'oa tne ISth day 6f Ju- """ i
ly, In the Cvrl.,il Comino Pleas, w Han-i"i"H
I eock county, ouio, oy tiirloh Waiger, and ia
i noy pending, wherein said Oliich WeigoT di-
1 lav. uu
n.n.iua rMsuwi laaa wiivwaawrsatesutto, m S1..
wit: ill - ui. luriy-Miiee, in the riAdditiou ioi, .u
Atr," said lot beihg rn Uie Viilag 01 .
tOOUB SIOUULyk ISliaO-j lu, 110
.i ;.r ia . r, : 1 . . u
" "':"n.T'.Ti altti lMr'"-"