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The yellow suns of Aetumo fall
Across tbe orchard ecd the wood :
The still air echoes every every call,
Tbe vtne ,iem paiBted on tbe wall,
And all the maples drip with blood.
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The neighbors eome from far and near,
-Aatd gather on the broad barn floor,
To celebrate the ripened ye tr.
And atrip tbe buRk from off the ear.
That turn to cold tbe tanner store.
Thf ia tbe mrry Husking Time,
For old and young to laugh together :
And roices all teem bow to chine,
- At it tbe J had been set to rhyme,
Ob purpose fur ttiia autumn weather.
Tbe old folks smile and work and smile
To leel tut ir biouJ so newly stirred ;
Tbe younger feed Ue yellow pile,
Buntinz th red ears aH tbe while.
And blush and kiss without a word.
Children and 50 in acd out.
Khannx tbe mirth tbl over rune :
Andbeii the .rt with many a about,
That send it- echoes it without,
As twer a camp ot litUe tinns.
The golden ct rn that makee this play
A bullion bar is every ear
Twaa dropped as s-ed in -arly May ;
And in tb ii!)-zlng suguatday
It ripened fur tue ensuing Year.
Twaa fan to ride the horso to plough.
And SAt the scare crows iu the Del J;
Tie better tun to be hoie mw.
And nbat and lnrh at nudiBK how.
Its corn ha brought a fceueioU field.
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Bring in fre.h basketful f esrs ;
And let ibem spill about tlio nior,
PuU on the hnskiiir have no liars
But corn will Ue many years.
As corn baa alway s gn-wa betore !
What is Farming TO Be?
We recently iuliiii!iel, enys the
yew Eughmd Farmer, aome account
of a trial ia Illinois of a machine with
wbich four men cut and bound an
acre of grain iu SO, 30. 34 stud 38
uiinutes, respectively We now find
iu the California Farmer an allusion
to the steam ilor of Messrs. Collio
& Standish, of ilartiucz, which the
editor of that paper eeen at work
spading np a highway. Though the
road was hard as the travel of years
could make it, the Aom moved stea
dily along, cutting up the solid bed
finely. It lias beta frequently tested,
and tbft inventors are still at work
making such improvements as these
trials have suggested, and are enure
ly confident ot success. The iarm
tr remarks :
"The steam plow, when completed
will plow, plant and finish fifty acres,
per day in the best manner ; and the
engine will also, when attached to
their new Mieader and harvester,' as
it is the intention of the inventor to
do, will bead, throh and clean np fif
ty acres per day the header cutting
a breadth of twenty feet wide. When
this is accomplished we may, indeed,
call it the age of progress." .
Call this a dream if you will. But
is it not just as likely to come to pass
as are the dreams of the croakers,
who see visions only of what is dis
couragin degrading, plodding, in
ferior, hateful in the present or future
of American agriculture ? We have
been so long"scared with the dreams''
and "terrified with the visions" of
this class of prophets, that we take
pleasure in recording the more cheer
ful anticipations of our California
If yon have balky horses it is your
fault and not the horses, for if they
do not pnll true there is some cause
for it, and if you remove the cause
the effect will cease. When your
horse balks he is excited, and docs
not know what to do. When be gets
a little excited, stop him for five or
ten minutes ; let bim become calm,
and as soon as he is over his excite
ment he will, in nine cases out of ten,
pull at the word. Whipping and
sloshing and swearing only makes
the matter worse. After you have
gentled him awhile, and his excite
ment has cooled, take him by the
bits ; turn bim each way a few min
ntes, as far as you can ; pull out the
tongue; gentle him a little ; unrein
him ; then step before the baiky horse
and let the other start first; then you
can take thera any where you wish.
A balky horse is si ays high-spirited
and starts quick ; half the pull is out
before the other starts; by standing
before bim the other starts first By
close application to this rule you can
make any Lor-e pull. If a horse has
been badly spoiled, you should first
bitch Li ill to an empty wagon, and let
bim draw it around for a v. bile on lev
el ground ; then put on a little loa.l
and increase it gradually, caressing
as before, and in a short tiiim you can
Value of the Elder.
Iot many years ago there was an
earnest efl'i t put forth to eradicate
the cider from the farm, but of late
we Lave noticed tint there has been
an inclination amonir farmers to leave
here and there a bunch of buebis,
snd some have gone so far as to give
some attention to their improvement
and cultivation ; and doubtless before
many years the)' will take a place,
though perhaps not a promiueut one
among garden fruits.
The fruit of this shrub has of late
years been found iu the country war
kets, and sella readily, showing that
it has a real value and is growing
The elder berry is now used to
some extent in wine and brandy
making, and an excellent article has
been produced from it. It is also
valuable as a pie material, being very
healthy and nutritious.
The inside bark of the elder is a
powerful potent in cases of dropsy
and as a mild purgative, and is an
invaluable ingredient for making a
For allaying inflammation on the
flesh of man or beast the leaves made
into a poultice, possess a wonderful
potency. A decoction of the fl.iwers
is a good Uood purifier and also an
excellent remedy fqr constipation.
The roots also possess valuable
medical qualities, and are an import
ant ingredient in making the old
fashioned Spring beer.
Tbe trunk or stalk of this bush,
makes good sap pouts, as every
farmer knows ; and so every part
wood,' leaves, flowers, fruit, bsrk,
root can be made useful and really
valuable. Then why should not the
elder take a prominent position
Taming Wild Horses.
gome men profess the ability, by
tbe aid of certain compounds or
charms, to subject the wildest, an 1
most vicious horses to a docile state
ia a very short time. Though doubt
ing the efficacy of this mode of tam
ing we give the process for what it
is woitb, while tne reader may try
or not as faith or curiosity may
prompt. The receipt is as follows i
1. Take finely grated horse castor,
oils rhodium and cumin ; keep these
in separate bottles, well corked ; put
(one Of tt" PU pf cumin on your
hand, and approach the horse on the
windy side. He will then move to
wards you ; then rub some of tbe
cumin on his nose, give him a little
of the castor or anything he likes,
and get eight or ten drops of the
oil of rhodium on his tongue; you
can then get bim to do anything you
like. Be kind and attentive to the
animal, and your control is certain.
2. Give the horse a little castor on
a piece of apple or potato. Put eight
drops of oil of rhodium into a lady's
thimble. Take the thimble between
your thumb and middle finger of the
right hand, with the lore linger stop
ping the mouth of the thimble to
prevent the oil from running out
while vou are opening his mouth. As
soon as you have opened the horsVa
mouth, tip tbe luioiuie over upon uis
(onsrue. and he is your servant He
Keeping Farm Teams.
The expense of keeping the neces
sary teams to accomplish farm work
is a serious one, though many farm
ers hardly seem to realize it But
Set a tanner estimate the number of
acres required to furnish summer
and winter food for his horses, and
add to the use of the land the cost ol
!alor required to grow Aie hay and
grain, and he will be astonished by
die amount Hut tennis are indis
jiensable, and the best wc can do is
to adopt a system of keeping them
which will reduce tbe expense to a
The introduction of machinery
which requires horse labor, and the
greater variety of farm crops, as
compared with those of earlier times.
which farmers now cultivate, afford
constant employment for the teams
throughout the year, with the excep
tion of a few winter mouths. When
engaged in steady labor, horses re
quire uniform treatment in regard to
food and hours of rest, and this can
be given to the best advantage if the
animals are fed and rested iu prop
erly construe t;d stables. There are
a few weeks in the early pat t of sum
mer after the spring crops are sown,
aud when grass is fresh and juicy,
and before flies become a senou9 an
noyance when it is advisable to let
the teams run to pasture. This out
door range and the fresh grass invig
orate the system and promote health.
But at all other times the best place
for a steadily worked farm horse, to
eat and rest, in view of health, fit
ness for performing labor - and ex
pense of keeping, is in the - stable.
Of course the stable should be neith
er a dark, close -den, nor an open
shed, but such one as a humane per
son of good judgment and kind heart
would build for tbe most honest, pa
tient and intelligent animal domesti
cated by man. In such the horse is
safe against accidents which are lia
ble to happen in the pasture;. he is
protected from the ' effeefcof storms
and sudden changes of temperature ;
his food, if of the proper kind, is
consumed in less time, consequent
ty ne nas more time in which to re
cuperate ; be may be at any moment
under bis master's eye ; he is ready.
on call, to put forth his best efforts
in labor, and tbe cost of bis keeping
in the stable may be made less than
in the pasture.
The truth of the latter assertion
some farmers will question, but it is
simply a test of soiling, whether it is
cheaper than pasturing. Stabling
horses does not imply feeding them
exclusively with bay and gram
Their diet may be varied, and fresh
grass, gieen oats, and rye and sowed
corn may form a considerable part
Undoubtedly such food would be
both cheaper ami healthier than a di
et of hay aud grain exclusively.
Some roots for winter would like
wise be advisable. Grain should be
ground or bruised, and dry fodder
cut fine. During the summer, bran
or "middlings" fed with sufficient
fine cut hay or bright straw, to make
proper bulk, the whole being wet,
could be given in conjunction with
green oats, rye or grass. Corn and
oatmeal ought to be given when the
labor and weather should demand
stimulating and nutritious food.
Some horsemen are prejudiced
against any material but wood for
horse stables but such judgment is
founded in ignorance. A stable of
brick or stone unskillfully built or
badly located, is, perhaps more dil
eterious to the horse's welfare than
one of wod in similar circumstances.
A stable should be roomy, equable
111 tenieralure, well lighted, dry and
well ventilated. These conditions
cin be secured as readily ith brick,
s Utne or concrete, as with tooJ
some of them more read:!)- and, in
addition, there is greater durability.
A complete horse barn trill have
carriage room attached, a well of wa
ter inside, a roomy loft for storage
or fodder, a hay cutler driven by
horse power, gram bins find a liar
ness and robe room. The harness and
robes should be protected from the
influence of the stable. A stationary
one or two horse power for driving
the hay cutter would lie both con v en
We all know that breast swimming
is the style commonly adopted all over
the world. Beginners commence on
the breast, and in nine cases out often,
they continue to move through the
water on their breast ail through their
uvea. 11 is in tne water wnat walkingr
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is on the land. To the beginner it ha
the advantage of being the easiest to
learn, ami to the adept it has the at
traction of haviuir 4ia.itn lbuut it
Ixng distances are mostly performed
in this style, as being more steady and
consequently less fatiguing ; so that
here the breast frequently conquers its
more tiasning uvai, me side. Also,
when swimming for pleasure, rather
than for glory, we instinctively take to
iireast 1 he chief rules are:
1. Spread out your hands, f finders
closed) wilJIv, so as to describe a. large
a circle as you jHiseildy can. It you
watch good breast swimmers, you will
at tiit be surprised to observe what
a broad sweep they thus make.
2s The same rule holds as good for
the feet ; you cannot describe "too
to large a circle ; therefore, send out
your leg to their utmost length and
3. After you have descrilied this
circle, in order to compel the stroke,
bring the heels together sharply and
vigorously. Remember, it is this
and quick meeting of tbe heels which
sends you for ward.
It is in this particular that Gurres
iecially excels, so that he can propel
himselt live or six feet each stroke. A
long stroke could not be made in any
other way. The secret of the matter
is this, that after the sharp contact of
the heels, your body instantly floats
along, or rather cuts through the wa
ter those five feet, without any other
effort on your part. The stroke made
with hand or arms really is of small
service, execut to maintain vour Lai
ance ou thu water.
HATS AND CAPS
BIT AILED AT
II. II. QORE
llarngjuit returns! from New Yolk with his
AMD STTLM rW
Hats and Caps,
Now elTtri them to the ( ublio
Mioiiper .linn (tin iienptt.
All 'iu have to d-i. to be convinced of the
tc, is to just to rail and se tor ourn. Ives.
Also a large slut of
FaahiouaLle style of
TIES AND BOWS,
Of the latest at; lea.
PAPER AND LINEN CUFFS.
All el which will be sold at
FOB CASH O.YI.Y.
It is no trouble to to show good. Call and
examine lot yoursalves. at II. U. GORE'S
one door Louth of Kiaiwona' Hardware
II. II. UORE.
First Door Vortb of Court House.
Is now In hetter"runnliir order" than vr
tne:r success in I he Or a Business has en
iL led iuem to fully appreciate tbe wants 01
accurately compounded from PURR DRUGS
rrieH r-rnittlv filled fimo thn host assort
want ol Orufe. :iieitiiMl. r'ini.l fcxtrat-.ts-
eic. tu t-ouiilry, and at briues that wll
suit tlie clusv.. ut buyer.
faU iiiuls at aholf.fcale and retail ahl
e fTUHrautee I'UUfc.
W K ATS-FOOT OIL,
ir any oflsor kind of oil usually
well regulated Drug Store.
complete assortment, ail new, and of the
ocai selected styles.
m.1 GIL AS2 mtzv&kTm
01 which will virrant Frooh, roll
Hair, Cloth, Tooth, Shoe, Paint
and White-wash Brushes.
PURE WINES & LIQUORS
For Kedioinal purposes.
80H00L BOOKS. XLAVX 10015,
WiutUw Shades, eVc.
We are always f lad to see our old custo
mers and as many new ones as many faror
with a call.
Orders from country Physie'ans snd Mer
chants Slled at prlees just as satisfactory
though they dealt with as personally
It eWt f BUBI5H tt CO
L-TIMES FIXED FOR
Holdi ng Courts
Third Judicial District
STATE OF OHIO
THE YEAR 18Ui.
Be IT BEHEH BERKD, that at a meeting 01
Judges of the Courts of Common Plem
of the Third Common Judicial District of the
8iate of Ohio at the Court House, In the cit
of Tiffin, Beneca County, Ohio, on the day o
the date uereoi. tor me purpuas 01 ming
times of ri.ldini ire term- of the C..urts o- j
Common Pleaa and of the District Courts if
aid Uistriet tor the year Ihi9. We. the un
dersigned, Judges of the Court ol Commvt
I'leas witbiu sad lor said District, do bereb
Ox the times of holding said Courts for tht
vear lSv, Id eaoh and every County in saio
DisUlut, as follows:
The several terms of the District Cou't, li
and for the year 1)469, shall commence tn
several Coui.lisi thereof as follows tti wit:
la vVllliuns County, August 3
In f'ullon County 4
Iu Wood County C
In Henry t'-ouiitr " - 7
In DeCance County " 8
In I'auMuii; Comity " It
la Vn Wert Coun'y " li
Iu Allen County " 14
In l'utiixm foun'y " 17
Iu Auglaid County IK
Iu Ur:r County ' '!)
In Shelby County ' 2:1
In l.on C' wnty " 2i
In tlarion County " 2S
In Union County, Wopte nitxir 1
la Cramfoid comity " 3
In Wyau lot County "
In Hardin Couuiy " S
Iu liaucock County " ll)
Iu euecK Couiity " 13
COMMON Pl.KAH COUIlr.
And that tbe several tnrms M thn Court ot
Common I'lens in ami for the several Coun
ties ol said Dmtricl, In and lor said yer.
jtiail couiiumiico til I ho oVr Coiloliri.
thereof as follows :
PiatT Sl-B-DIVI4l H.
In Union County January
n, ipril to.
lu Hardiu County
January II, Uarch i'J
iK toner 4.
In llarion County February 3, April 27.
In Loan County February 32, slay 21
Iu Hielby County February 8. Uar 10.
SECOND SUB Bl VISION.
In Auglalxa County February 33, June 14
In Allen County Uarch 9. June 32. Novem
In Meroer County February 16. June 1.
In Van Wert Couuty January 19, II ty II.
In Pulnaai County February 3. Mar 15.
TB1SD t-l'B blVIHtSH.
In Paulding County February 3, SepUm
In Defiance County February 8, April 26.
In Henry County r soruary 15, Hay 3.
Is Fallofl County March 1. May 11, Oclo
lu Williams County March IS. May 1H. No
In Wood Couuty January S, April S, Hep-
re cam sis Division.
In Beneea County Feuruarr 16, May 18,
In Hane ck County January 19. April t.
In Wyandot County March I. May 31,
In Crawford County February 9, May t.
And we di further older and direct that
the several terms ol said Courts shall eoin
msnct on the first day ol each of aaid terms
at eight o'olock A. M. In testimony slierem
we Issue this eur order lor the purpose
aforesaid, at said Court Bouse, on tbls tbe
twelfth day of oepumber, A. D. 1868.
J. B. COMKI.IN,
J AS. MSCKkMkfB,
HK-rTKU H. MOTT,
J udges of aaid Courts.
To the Clerk ol the Court of Common Pleat
oi nanooc-K County, Ohio, who Is btrebt
directed to publish Ibis order for three con
s.eutive wests in eacli ol tbe several neaa-
lpers puoiisbsd In said County.
Siatt mf Oku. Hancock County, S. S.
I hereby certify that the fom
the order lor holding Court lu the i liird Ju
dicial uialnct lu Ohio, in tbe year l8t9, u
truly taken and copied from the order on file
b iuis imce. in issiiminy wliereof.
I Hereto subscribe iuy name.
linn Mini ibj mmml 01 aatu i;our.
liiu ziJ day ct heplcmber A. U
Clerk of the Court of C -muion 1' eas. Uan
eM:k County, Ohio.
Oct. I.Ihgs. ii2l3.
A Positive Remedy for all
kinds of Humors,
Scrofula, Sotwy, Salf-Rheum, Carbun
cles and Boils, Ulcers and all obstinate
Affections of the Skin, Inflammatory
r Chronio Rheumatism, Piles, Chronio
uiarrnoea, mercurial uiseases, ana every
taint of the System ; Dyspepsia, and those
Affections originating in the Derangement
of the Digestive Organs ; viz.. Bilious
Complaints, Neuralgia, and Nervous AN
rec 110ns, Headache, Languor, and Pepret
aion of Spirits, Loss of Appetite, Contti
THI3 excellent asedldnsl compound was first
prepared by Dr. J. W. POLAND, ia 1J7,
and was then employed with great success In
expelling humors from the blood; but in IbM a
medical friend who was quite celebrated ss a phyal
ciaa, especially ia tbe treatment of humors, sug
gested some important Improvements, which were
adopted, and which has made it (so the people say)
tbe very beat remedy for all kiadi of hamors known
to "the faculty."
This preparation Is composed entirely of vegeta-
bice, among which are SarsapariUa, Yellow Dock,
Noble Pine, Mandrake, and Oloodroot.
When tbe originator lived in New Bamptbire, at
Gotbtowa Centre, for the space ef thirty or forty
miles around, and ia Manchester particularly, tbe
liumor Doctor was well know and highly valued
far tbe same rout and wonderful earrs which It ef
fected. Though manufactured ia Urge quantities,
tbe supply wss frequently exhausted, and purchas
ers had to wait for mora to be made. Ia that re
gion, seme very severe cases of Erysipelas were
treated with, sad they were cured I Eryiipeiss
sores, or carbuncles, those agly, painful ulcers,
were entirely removed wherever this medicine
was taltbislly need. So it wss with Scrofula and
SaH-Bbeua. The Humor Doctor cured them.
It isretftom any dangerous drugs, is pleaaant to
the taste, safe, yet sue aad elective in its action.
rscraKSD at tub
JTCW-EXGLAffD BOTAHIC DEPOT,
And or $aU bf oO Dtalerl in tltdicine.
C. DAMON t CO Proprietor
A Snug Home at a Bargain.
f OFFER for sale a farm of It acres with
1. bouse and out-tul idler, situated in a man
da township, under a high stale ol cultiva
tlon, well lanced, well waterrd and has one
of tbe best orchards in tbe township. Call
soob mad secure a great barssta, as I u
bound to ssll.
nolSaS. B. B. BARNET.
Ladies, who. during csrtaia periods are so
much troubled with Costiveness or Const!
. ation. can and certain relief In Ro back's
Blood Pills, which can be taken during m l
stages ofpragnaaey with parfeet safety,
s44 b tw ftltHWi rivutiftr. 0.
Tuesday, November. 3,1808.
TOE STATE op onio.i
Hancock County. J .
To the Qualifitd EUcUn tof tuid County:
ITT BfcKKAS, by a law ol tbe diate of Ohio.
IT regulating olecliuiis, it is required ol
.he Sheriff to give notice before th tuna of
lOlart g a Uenoral Kleclion, by proclamation
.hrouyli.tbt ilia county, of tho timu on which
.uch election uliall bo held ; In pursuance ol
tw. 1 A. Yergftr.hlieriirof Hancock Cou ty,
lo hereby notify the q'lalitted eloctors ol
Ntld county to ksscmlile in their rexpeotlva
lowi'sliips, at the usual places of holding
t.D. lNiM, and then and there proce id, a
he law ilirt ciH, to vole lor
Two Electors for tbe State at
Nineteen Congressional Electors,
.if tl A Uuitnd Hi:.!.., iii nurhiiance ot the
OmiKlitution of the Uulied Males aud oi this
f-- ""N Iu teflliicony whereof. I have
r HKAL Viornunto set my hand seal, thin
"iT'hirlielh d.iy ot 8glemter, in the
year oi our IxtiI one thuiiKanit eiKiit uunmr.u
tuil mx'y-uiKlit. and in tne nieiy-iii'ru 01
iIih indiipoiidei.co ot the United blales ol
Coroner and Acting Shoiitf ol Hancock
HepUniber 30, 1;S. octOiiZlws.
-tuccessor tn Fuillurl & Co., al the well
known aland of Matsh Thompson, "herewith
tu:tkes bis best how to the public and says
iu substance as follows:
That all penona, mm, women and children
f anr age, station, or color, residents ol
Hancock county or elsew here, can procure
Oi' any other style of foot
Leather, at bis store, at
Than at any other plaoe in the North-went -whatever
rival dealers may say lo the con
Cash paid for Hides aud felts
REPAIR1NR This important p. rt of tne
!hoe business will be attended to neat I J anil
rnmplly. 4. All work dona when pri.nni
d. apt3no6 JOHN SCuTlioUN.
RUTHRAUFF & CORY.
CUTLERY, IRON, HAILS,
Glass, Sash, Paints, Oils, &c.
All kiiidacf Uoi.l Woik
IIUHS, SPOKKS, FKLLOKS, &.C.
Agenls for tbe
RRAPBRS AKD U0WBR8
S If-ItakfS, Hand Rkes. Droppers and Singlt
GIBB'S CELEBRATED STEEL
BALL & CO.'S NEW STEEL
PITTSBURG WROUGHT IRON
liEAM PLOW, to which wss
awarded the first premium
over all others at the Penn
State Fair in 1867.
We are also Agents for
The best in use, .
Rtkei, Diilli, Ac.
We would oall the attention of Farmer to
Which we think without doubt excels any
thing- now in the market for the purpose de
igned. Its principal point ol excellence
re. that it is
WROUGHT IRON FRAME.
ery light andlstrona : Steel Shovels, easily
adjusted to run deep or shallow, and is neat
ana lasieiuuy made.
We are agents for the
SINGER SEWING MACHINES,
fhe best Pamily Machines In use.
NO. 65, KwiDg'f. Block, Wain St..
SHEET IRON WARE.
Cheap Stove Store,
lioit llouse block.
Has just received a large stork of New BlyleJ
ol Cock ritoves, among which aie
RuBsoy's Galvanized Iron Roservoir
Cook Stoves, also,
The Improved Native,
All of which have a wide spread reputation.
auu johq ia count! u sell
as Cheap as the Cheapest
At! stoves which I sell, and don't d.t th
work elt, 1 will take back
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO G1VK SAT
Ifcui't forget tue lare r:ul House
Itlork. KiiMllay. is JOHN AUAHV
cm: a i M ioitb.
Restgnatton of the Pres.
CHANGE IH THE CABINET
The above is not etactly true, but a change
has occurred at tbej
ufUorrlsou It Rico, O. B. Vandenburg hav
ing purchased tbe interest Ol tne laiu-r.
Asinine the rsin of government and intend
by lair dealing, prompt attendance to orders
mid the exu naive kuowlede ol the business
lo control the j
STOVE AND TIN TADE
Of this oounty.
Will do well to oall and get great h&rgalnt
Die beat in the market, sold and put np bj
MUKKIdilN X V A N UbN HI) lit)
SPOUTING DONETO ORDER
All sung i'ii hand and made tn rrdor.
AMkuifU of repitirfns irm a Kewine Via
:liino or Uauk l:k to a Tin I'an or Jews
mrl tf MtlRRLSON V A NDKN BORIS'S.
Having purchased tha
t formerly owned by ELI BKACfl, will coa
1 tinua to carrv ou'lhe business at the old
uand, West end of Railroad Street, lit has
on hand a large a lock of
Of every style and variety.
ue employs none uui ioe viatx sui
Workmen, uses aon but the
VERY BE8T MATERIAL
And eaa aahlr assure those who need any
thing In his Una that they will be satisfied
with it after giving It the severest testa, for
STYLE, PRICE, and DURABILITY, ha
Defies Compels tiu
In North-western Ohio. Psrtlonlarlr doss he
claim 60PER1OBITY over EASTERN WORK,
that many are in the habit of buying.
UOOD HORSES taken la exchange for
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOHE and sella
faction given la all eases, J, p, EXjig,
aavs aaaaa s
HOOPLASD'S GZmS BnTZE8
KQOFLAND'S GERMAN TOHIC.
Prepared by Dt. O. M. Jaekaon, PhuaiUpIiIa.
Then- Intiuductios into this country from Oexaudy
- THEY CORED TOTJB
FATHXE3 AUD JHOTHEBS,
And will rnra yon vn8 year efclldrem, NThy are
esaiKiy Silfcrenl" T-"" us
sailed Bliters ee
bi the eouutry
'onlaa- Thsy aie
i ration, or auvthioa
ukauus; but gtud, boaatl, rnUabls tnyiliuuns. Tooy
XKtgnatt tasm resmliilae . , ,
Liver Complaint. ' -
Diseases of the kidneys,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
ul wll Disease wrtalwc Dream m Duwn
deteel Liver, Bf eh, or
" mrtrjuTT or tu blood
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Xtlaa.
fullness of Blood to the Head, Acidity ,
of tbe Stomaoh, Nausea, Heart J
burn. Distrust for Food. Fulness
; or Weight in the fltomaoh, , a
Soar Eructations, foink-
lns; or Fluttering at the ',4. :
Pit of the Stomach, Swim-
Mis ei she Heed, Horned e 1
. Difficult Breathinn-. Flutterinc
at the Heart, AvVaAw Choklmw or
Suffooa ting A3ensatione
whew In a Ly- JJlo Poetaro,
Dimness of maw Vision, Dota
or Weba aefbre two Bight, DwU . ;
Pain In the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, TellownoM . ' 1-
of tho Skin aad Eyes.
Paha in tho Side, - - ,
Back, Chest, I.lmbe, eto..
Sudden Flnanea of Boat, Barn
lng- In the Flesh, Constant Imajrininff
Of vll and Great Dsnreeaioa of Spirttav
Mi that miHcat UueuMtfUu Liver tr Diuum
Orgnmt, emtiaal umlk unfur
Hoofland's German Bitters
to entirely weejeioMe, ssl eontalns mo
Itqaer. It Is a compound of Fluid Fa
ir arte. The Meets, Herhe, aaS If ark a
rrona whteh theee exirarta ore mads
reseiy lor .ne
msssibc us rj n lore, mane is
..I, HUler, that coo be need lat
csuseo where alcohwU etlamlaaf or
'- ee ' i
Hoofland's German Tonlo " '
Hs ttmbuutHtnif sB ISt tmgrtHmtl ef fts BiStn.
ao Au iLtheiLS. M s mted
ftrOummtduMtutttht Bitttn. in sua when mmt
jmrt slrrtnlis mtmuimt it retire. Ttm will hmw im
mtmU UUU yUtt mrm wuraj wurcawa. J -
tllurt ndmrUmdm At tun ls Hmum ntmU,
Hum enas tatnUJic jrtparutimu sMitioasI tatrmtf,
wad. Us mktrt urt mmt dmrltmt raat to temt
farm, T. TON IO it deeumdtw tmt tr Int mtm pttm
tot nJ tfrmtbit rexdiel tmr tftrU m las peHMs.
Tu laiu it ttquttitt. Mil a plturt tt mht . mhOt O,
HTt-ftting, oAWoreSms, aad nrfirwsl f.ilirii, OSes
eaetd it la kt known at ttegrmfM el bows.
TVers U as mtdirim enxil Is itocfitnd'l Sermon
BUUrt or Tonic in I I 1 1 1 U . V
fin wurt kM 1 1 MhiMdwtaurlttMtmneit
o,mtm, mrtngtkm JT a vpttttt, otutt
urn tmioymtnl if Maahaea d, emilU At tto
mock U dtp .rrJii Uotd,gft o tti, .
httUkf comyUxioo, troduatt tkt otUom tinot from Us
tM, part e Utom to let dutkt, nod cnauf mt patient
frue (Aarl-frrcalW, veaciafcd, mrak, on M UM
teralui, I. oJuU-Jactd, Otml, mnd nwroel ptrmo.
Weak and Delicate Children are
made aire ne by (talus' the Bittern or
'J'onie. In lift, they are Family Medi
cine. They can he adialnlateeed with
pt-rlert aat'ety to a child three nuontho
Id, the anoat deUeot seanalo, or n anajs
Ikut Mouditt art On Urn
omr hmomm, and mitt curt ott dimcurt rttutttnf from
OaaotooU. notppomrmmmmn titetl purm ; kcrp
VM tmad form ; keep pomr
I I 9omr dtyeativ orgona
1 1 n) mUUujm, Of Ikt um
anhaVneneiiieS no dmntm unit
imr Ml truer ." ktrp
m e muhi, netting
tf Ikem rettedtet.
ewituilfiia TU oat men in lot country rtcemmrnd
tntm. V yean of honest rtpulotum ft Joranmnuuj
fnu smmI trt tactfc frtforatioot
FKOM HOW. GEO. W. WOODWABD,
Chief Justles ef the Bupreme Court of FenMj lrmnla.
I'.iLlDSLmA, liaich 14, 10
IJtnd u BoofantFt German Biutn "Unman tolta
icmlioo snmtW, omtixt fotd mate, eaW axKrOert
tf Ike ditttttt srpniu, aad of groU otatjt in eaw if
deltUlg and moat ncrmiut action, in In naae
aea w. woodward.
WHOM. BOS. JAMES THOXTaOtf, 1 -
Judge ef the Bupreta Court of Psensytvanls.
' l'MltDLBli. April 1864.
Iconelder . noofland'o
Grraiaa Ult -V tera a vaimaott
mxduxnt Ineaee -ShvayX of nttaeho of
1 nd Iffeatlonsneha aewdhaaor Uyepepsla.
1 can oertlly this irons nay oxnarsano of
It. a ours. Willi resneci,
, with respect,
V&0V rbv. josxra b. kotasd.d. d,
rstar of the Tenth Baptist Church. Philadelphia,
Da J.cssos lisAS bib: -J aors hern fropuntl
rdiuetUd lo conned ma nam milk wreearWilnliMii tf
dij trcnt ktnde tf modicinet, out regarding Ikt practiea
at out mg aporopriatt ipkcra, .
ttiutd; out witk M dear proof t.
ai tpaert, j aim tn au w aw
particularly in sy own famuu, of tkt mtfuknat tf Dr.
etottnana 1 wn n.a jmuts, I atponjor
usual cvurtt, to cxprtM myuu ca
cral aebilky of the nytwai and
txat tot sea-
ally few Lives
Complaint, it Is a
mm sums at may
I doubt not, m unit
to ioms moo tngtr
dil; sal anally.
oe aeru oeneactui.
trum Ikt aioet eaatt
BotjtaatTi German Srmediet art ctxmtrrf tiled. TU
Ikt front of tkt outtidt wrapper tf tack ouUlt, and las
namt tr utt wrttett otaam tn anon mmmm a mm -
Price of tho Bittern, ft OO per nottlo
or, n nan oeaen ,or ea u.
Price of the Tvaie, 1 SO per hottle
Or, a half oaaatior aw.
The touie la f ut sy la eaart bottloa,
gerritri that tt it Dr. Bmfanta German MtmaHot
al art at uatoertoil' uted and a kignht new
ended ; and da .eiey av aiiom tkt Jfruggutt
m induct you It tan ' yisaylWap um tkal kt
may taa u ram u I I ' JJtaad, tectum kt
motaamrmrpraLmmmmmm on U. Tkem Xtrnm
atet mui at $tnt oa atjarom at ana rnauta Ufum augnaiw
lMe a lAI
AT TUB QEBHAlf ICEBIOZini BTOHaV
Mo aa Aca mtsmmi fiiTsdifcut. k
CHAS. M. EVAJTB, ; ;l ' '
' i i - '. a
Formerly a X. JAOaLBOST dk Oa
Thcea Be me dice nro for sal by Drag
lota, Storekeeper, and IB edicts Bonh.
sn ererywaaare. i-,::;
B. am foroot It aeamiw o3 aU arttck ftm oam, hi
' - . .
nro sjatnerea saemav wnmij.
All the Bsedlf TXelnnl vlrtuea
nro eitrnetedil ifrona thena by
n oelewtl e aamefJ etK"sl.Thesh
re ikca fatreaoMeel se Ihle
eooutry 10 oe neesi .is
Buasnutsr, of theee ssisioro.
mm oleoholleenhetanee of any klo
C ARN A HAN'S.
Just opened at out
one of tue nioast assortment of new
Fall ami Winter Goods,
Which we aro prepared to sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest
Call in and sea us, as we da not consider It
any trouble to show
TUE OLD FOLKS
Buy at Carnahan's
THE YOUNG FOLKS
Buy at Carnahans
BUYS AT CARNAHAN'S
ONE PRICE STORE.
And all disease ol the blood, and all erup
tive diseases of the skin. Old Sores. Tumors
ana Ulcers, arising from whatever east.
can be permanently cured by the use of Dr.
Uehai k'a Blood Partner and Blood Pills,
8id by Krey k Kltinger. Fliidlay, (K
til persons trou'iia.l with Costiveness oi
Constipation of the Howals to buy Bobat t'
Blood fills; tlu-y contain no mercury, are
purely vegelxu'e and work like a charm; can
ba tasea with aafe.y by per suns of all ages,
uac in all conditions ol lire,
tk.id by Krey at ktilrcer, Ptndlay. O.
Jaandioe and all aiTeoliona of the Liver are
soon removed by the use ol iiot acK atitom
ach Itilters and UIimmI I'll Is, tbey are com -
poMtl ol vegetal! mediolaal eatraote with
le:iAl relereuue l their direct acuoa on
the liver and diKestivo apparatus.
S ld by Prey A Kuinger, Pindlay. O.
J. R. BARRETT A CO.. FfeerieUwe, '
k naJfcarcsTaa, w. a.
FREY k ETT1NGE1., AGENTS
Thousands of the worst sufferers from t hi,
terrible gnawing disease have been dured
by the ui-e ol l!olck's Stomach Bitlsra. a
the testimonials bow In our hands full.
Sold by Prey A Kttlnger, Flndlay, O.
Findlay Tobacco Store
Three doors aulh oi
- f'roelt House,
FINDLAY, . O.
Take pleasuro In an
ocaaciax to tho eitt-
Uens of Findlsy and
vicinity, that they are
now orsuarea ia lur
1 Of an kinds, of their owa
- Of first-rate quality, and at
Fine Cut Chewing and
Smoking-, Pin?, Tens
IVaTy and latural
: Leaf, afcc, Ac,
Ire all select brands and of tha boat enalitr
. auiia e in n euaia e low at
Yholcsat op iletalla
As in any market la tho West. Our satire
attention ia fciveato tho trad. WeaatMr
oa rselvee thai we eaa give aatisfsctioa.
jg HAl BEaTORATIVC V
! Si I Wa amMot br UM . H. Km Fakrl O V
XVI ana i. cowMlra by ta public toail V K.
Ifi O I iu. my boa rr ip.iaiiu. for Brauvta, I " V
iy I any ut tn-Wa Halt to 11 orliai eolor -t I m
A mmmn lea Unrmtn. nelii ail., Ue. - m
A jOA , pawn au4 ou!tue. aaS far lmaiac a?
AVJlaaJ Beullrlae la. Ual. llaan.Co-?
AV X? bem iwljttowa rtta-a. Sum eua aO JQ
i alala U. unmt UamU, ton
t C?j k.e.ta8.lv:l.saa, .V?V
A X taaalairaii:a,aa4 A.V
' ''avT.'- waala.1. ad
DAVIS & GREEN'S.
Wa are bow 'aying in too
Xiarsoet AziI, JD
stock of Uoods la oar lino aver breach! to
Piudlay, which wa propose to s-ii aaiuw.
Wholesale and Setal,
U tbe same eaa bo pur baaed at aaj oM
la tbe state, our euwa 01
' . -
VERY BEST IN THE MAF.XET
1 - -1"
ind bouht at raise that will enable aa to
seu ins a a
ASTOHISHIKG LOW PRICES.
Wis would eull pirticuUr ftUatlo.i to 4
Whieh wa haliave to he t ,m
tho market loc qaal ty or eheapuaoa.
uviuiMir mw. tj. a
BTotloo. ' "'
GEoaos . Hwa asd ahdbsw iu.
vf the state ef Wuwoaala, Leaisa Agor.
nan aad Christopher Agermaa, of tho stale of
niasuarl Jha Uigh, of tho stale el Peon,
sylvaula, and Joseph Riga, whoeo reoideaoo
a utkaowa .Will take aouce that Mary Bin
an Infant vho sues by her guardian, ataasr
High, did. a the 7th (stveath) day of nop.
teaiber, lastt, am her petlvioa la the Court ef
t'oamoa Pleas, ot Baaoock ooantBr tfehio,
igainst yon. aad other defendants, estuag
forth tlat oa the 1st ol October, l4, ttmm
srlck HitS cos li acted to sell, aad did sell, to
Daniel nih, the sooth half ef the aoata east
quarur ol seu t toe 1, towaahip J. K. E., t
ast. and the aoalaweot quarter of sssiioa
W.toe aship aad raego slureoatd la aa about
Till aeres of land la Haoooek eoaaty, OUo,
apoa tho torma aad oeaoiderattoo ant ap u
peUtion. That Ltaaiel H ga baok T""iniliis
of said lands, nndar aaid ooatraet, aad he. aa
' Hi a la death, and plain tit ataea. have fhaty
performed said eoatrael; that Frederick High
is now deceased, and thai yoa are hla haiaa.
Plaintlg asks for aa order that yon bo ro
quired to eoavsy la ber tha aaid eosla half
ot the south-east quarter, aad thai aortaia
surplus Ir. m tha aula of tho rtmelnitai ef
saia premieea ho deoroed to her aad etaora
rolMM ; and yon are hereby roe aired to ap
pear and ansner aaid petition, oa or betuto
tha third Hatarday after too Ud day of
Sept. 10, 186. MART HIGH.. -
Wbitely. Blackford Harsh her Attorneyi,
i , aoUad
FREY do ETTINOER, . "
-iota Agents for Dr. Braltha I ale bra ted
UeetrioOttV 1 - :
Tha best dealers sell Dr. Entitk'a "Bootses
Oil" becatae it oures. People who have al
waya used blistering, he stint aad Irritating
alcoholic stuff, eaa have so Idea of tha aooth
tag Beets of that woaderiul and nopatar oar.
ative Dr. Smith 's Eleotrio OU. Pyotof e.wko
have tried it say It ia a valuable remedy aad
only euro for drains. II euros Bisk Head
ache every time. It ia instantly quieting on a
fresh eut or abrasion of tho skin. Try It. tt
is tho cheapest remedy kaowat BBel.an
The M MesMearer r lleaJta.
Edited at tho rernsylvaale Inslituto of
Vedicfne. eontalns aa artiole on Dyspspsis,
Chills and favor, aad Kidney ACeotloaa, to
hich tha writ.r positively doelarea that
the nhole sol nee uf. Jsedlclno pnssssasa ao
emedy for the euro of thoaa diaeaose, that
is half as eulcaclooa as lli.hler'a Kerb Bit
ers. Ue speake r.m experieuco. having
used them la hie practice lor tha past two .
rears, to tha exslusiun ef all other ronve.
dies, and without a solitary instance of fail
aro. Bold by alt Druggista Oeaiara.
DR.S- B. nAKmH A Ct), PropriohrS,
Lancaster, Pa., and Chicago, Ukuoia. ,
HA ED WARE!
II. KQD fo CO.,
Having re-aUed their reoaa (ur
Are now prepared to. sell aa
CHEAP A3 EVER.
And would call tho attention of tha paklio
to their slock ol
(RQU. HAIL8. QUC3.
. .'I....!-' I
SADDLERY, LEATHER BELT
ING, CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
BUCYRUS AND PITTS- '
Which at ewarrantod to give sataefaeUoa, and
every thing els la lb
Usaally kepi In lata Market, . , ,
JJONT r ORC.XT TOM i'LACa 2iO. 47.
Main street. First Door North of Oli
iivwruai VC1 o, ST Ultaaay, VUHa
May 29th, aoJ tf. . . - ..
RESPhX'TrwLLT aaaoaaoea that ho Is
orepared to fumtsb all kind of moat at
Ue old eland. II will pay la aigaoat
market prie for ..,..-.
FAT CATTLE. T
faoaa katring good beef oatlio ahoalg bain