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Change of time. Mon lav. Mar 15, 1S71 COLUMBUS DIVISION QOIMO SOUTH, te.01 CRKSTL1SB Cincinnati Kxpress imh) a. ta JT. Y. & Western Express,.. 7.20 p. Haw Orleans Express, 10 &" p. ji OOIXQ NORTH. PBOSI OKESTLf Xew York Express 4.50 a. si. Gallion Passnsrer Ex 6.U0 Cincinnati Express 1 soP. m New Orleans Express 6 43 " INDIANAPOLIS IMVISION . OOIXQ WEST 1.EAVK3 CRKSTIINE DaT Express... - 910a.ii. NiitUt Express. lllura,. 'till VE Al CRESTLINE? Nltrht Express. -. 4:20 Fast Express... C 10 p. w GEO. II. LEE. Aget T MADOCX, MADDUX & B . D HARK, Notary i ubli. II A U E , ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFIC o .nil Floor, Beer" s ldk, Upper and uky. Ohi j. , . part d Mention given to Cotrvsvancing and P.ir tttlaaof Lands and business in the Probate Court. i:llctionin.idaaproapoly remitted T. E. Gkisskl a. Kail CftJSELL & KAIL, Attorneys & Counselors at Uw, .' Upper Sandusky. O. 0nc: 2d floor, Kings Bu Miug Opposite the Court House. J. D. SEARS, Attorney at Law , tTPPKR SANDUSKY, OHIO. Office up stairs over t!ie First National Bank. AT KELLY & IIOYT, TTOBXKVS AT LAW, Upper Sandusky, fa. Onto. O.lioe in ol'iCelly's Ulocfc, up stairs. Main street. aolSWS-tr K. Jt'KKLLr. H. A. llo VT G. W. KENAN DEALER IN Drags, M3iicin33, Paint3, Oils, lleery's Block, Upper Sandusky. DR. A. BILLHARDT. TEAttER IN DRUGS, Medicines, Paints. ;-ii Rr,nki. St itio.iL'rv. Wall Paoer. etc.. 195 to. lice Uuildins, Uppur Sandusky, O. dr. g. t. Mcdonald, PHTSICrAN & StTUGEON. O nice with Cressin er, over iSssery's Store. Will end promptly to ad professional calls. Dr at- DR. D. W. BYRON. -paTSICIAN AND SURGEON, office nt Jl residence on corner of fourth St. and W aadot Avenue, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Dr. J. W. SS3ALLEY, Physician 13 Surgeon. fSff" OIHce tiro doors Xorth of ti e ITarp tloMB. ' ' - DR. O. FERRIS, " JJOitEOPATHIC PHYSICtiN & SURGEON. I have concluded not to leave to visit any ther place but to resume the GENERAL PRACTICE I will hereafter attend promptly to all oalls. both in town ami country. Special attention paid to the treatment of OHCiROisric: diseases and Diseases of Women. I am prepared to perform all kinds of SURGICAL OPERATIONS. I can if ways be found at my o'.lice durinsr l.nincs heurs. vh. n not absent prulessionally When i am not at my oilice, enfiuire. or leav. calls foV me at mv residence. Oilice in. Ketrr'a Block, second floor. 6-tf. H. FLACK & CO., CtiOTIIIEUS, and dealers in all kinds of Fur nlshing Goo is lor gentlemen's wear. Room corner oppo itc the Court House. W. A. W ID-MAN, MERCHANT TAILOR, ard dealer in Read M ule Ulothin . Gents Furnishing Goods etc. No. 3 Bccrys' block. Main st. U. Sandutiky FR AzTerTlESE R & O Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of FUR IS' IT IT It 1Z9 Beider's Ball.ling, east sida Main street. Up per Sandusky, Ohio WYANDOT COUNTY BANK, UPPER 8 i SDPSKV, OHIO, UY and sell Government Securities. Ex change. Gold, Silver and Uucurrcnt Money. deposits received, and a general banking busi ness conducted. Collections made and prompt v remitted. Interest uaid on time deposits. i. W. BEEBV, Pres't. Ki. A. GORDON, Cash STOCKHOLDERS. H. DEEBT, J. A. MAXWELL, W.BEJiBY, L. B. B ABSIS. KEWTOBK. It. McKELVY DEALER iS . Harness, Hides, Leath er, Saddles &c. Shop on north side of Wyandot Aveoua p fositethe Post O fiei THE WONDER OF . THE AGE , ITTAE ' KNITTING MACHINE. GET THE BEST MRS C. G. BENTS is Agent for the best Knitting- IVIneliine 1 1 utthe World. Every- Family should have one and all intending to purchase such Machine should not fail to call and ee the . AUTOMATIC IS MACHINE KHill H.iJ UPPEii SAXLUSKY 'o MRS. C. S. MERRELL, FASHIONABLE DRESS MAKER. RESIDENCE on 7th Street, 2 doors Xortu of the M. E. Church. Plain a, i ( r.i. imm ed P ATTERN S. Of all the latest and most desirable styles or LADIES and CHILDREXS DRESS, Combining 'Novelty Artistic Beauty practical Utility, Fashionablo efcgance, mevunrcy and perfect lat. Wyandot County Republican. upper Sandusky, obzo Thursday Morning. July 27th Rates of Advertising-. 1 1 mo. a no't 1 3 ino's. 8 mo's 1 1 y'i 8 Inches I (M (H t I 8 I 13 1 inches 6 I 7 I 8 I 10 I 14 .lu'o I 7 ) 10 18 I 15 1 f. X .vln'n I If 18 j SO f 81 f 4-. I co'u n I SO I 25 I 31 . 1 43 I vO Administrator's and Attachment notices. 85. LoyMl advertisements. (1 per inch for flrst insuiliun. ami lllty rents per 1111 n lor each subseii'ient insertion: Road notices, (4. Local aotices. when required in larxe tvne (lrst insertion, 35cu. pjr hue, each rubqiieni IU9CI uuu, u rt . Republican - Committee Meeting. The mrmhers of tlie Wyanflot Cnnntj- Kep'iwiean ucnrr.ii committee are re (j ties tod to meet at my oilW in Peerv' lilock. on Thursday A ujrust 8tii,lS71, foi tlie transaction of important In wines-. A full attendance is earnestly desired I. M. KIUPY." Clir'n. The fnl'owinsr jrentlemen have pai their subscription to th i;epcbi.ioa ro the date oopusite tlieir liauies suio Julv 13ih. 1371. VV. 11. Ileiiick. Xov. 1. 1S7-J. W. K. Wel.l.er..l.ilv 1. 1872, L. W. Keller. July 1. 1S72. J. K. Enirel. 0 t 20. 1872. I. E. Ilah , J.ily 1. 1872. (ii'it. M vt-s Jan. 1, 1S72.' Henry ilixier. Jan. 1. BenJ Pontius. Fun. 1. 1872. Henry Mv. rs. June 1, 1871. J. V. Terflinjrer. July 22. 1871. II. il.Smirn, April 1. '872. n.Tertliiijter. J hi. 1872. Geo. V Btv, July 24. 1S71. E. Rowihy. Jiiiii- 1 1872. J. E. Gardner, July 25 1S72. Xew what is coiiiinp; in quite briskly. Vast improvements liavt been math in our side walks this season. We are in for -lie I fat ona rtav list week. Jlr. Geo. Dtitltllei-ton. teamster hauled, on a wauon iiiantit'actiired If Frank I'rino. which weiyhs onlv 71,r p-mnils.ei-jlit thoiisnnii two hundred ai d tilteen pounds of stoiif. in one lo.ul. froua the Lk'i ot to the Indian .Mill Bridge. I'C3Lic Sale. Mr. C. hhi!i;nr. will -'II ar nulilu; sale at Ins rcsule.uet :i Little Sandnskv, Ohio, on Sinird:i August atli, 1371 two Mill. . .-evei-ai Wiijsons. I'lows. boh ghdsan i .. tusunoi.. mil KUi licu Hiruiture. lien e.uljer tin time. The people of Findlav nnticinnte a jriauil time on the 2d ol" August next .Mr. Olessner of Uic Courier writes n. that thirty-live fire i-ompaiiies jiri- ex jiected. We also niifierstaiid that Uppei Sandusky will have the iiounr or lur nishinitthe music, both of our Silvei Cornet and Strinir bands bavin.' lieei. engajred for the occasion. A man in the eniDlov of MrP miiv A Co . p.-iintili'T the Iioiisa of I). Hmi-iwn.. on last evening enrerer mm of the pri V ire rooms and extracted two valu.-.nl. watches therefrom. Marshal Koppewa notitied. and with his n-iial nromotnes!. soon succeeded in capturing both thiel and watches. The Board of Education, on Inst Tues day, employed, tor the eiisnin.r ve:ir Allen Smallev. Eso- to, Simerinrend im- Union School. We jtre informed that Mr. Sinalley is every wav wellqualiiletl for the position and we hope his labors will be attended with success. Let all citizens extend -to him and bis assistant teachers ali possible encourajreniunt". From a list of announcements, which our honored State Executive Committee have made, we learn that the campaign is to be opened on the 25th of Auirust. at which time the -Xew Departure" will he handled by thejrreatest array of intel lectual artillery, ever directed upon a political enemy. Meetings will be held at all the cities and ieadiiia towns o O.iio on that day and evening, and will 1 e ad dressed by such speakers as Sherman. Morton. Xoyes. Hayes. Delano. Garfield. Shellabarger, Monroe, Hinrhaiu, Wal ker, Lawrence, Lee and others. We visited our Webster Literary So ciety Monday evening. Thi associa tion is iiiitde up of or.r professional gen tlemen. mostly young in tact all young in spirit and hopes. There were a' num ber of our accomplished young ladies present, who appeared innch gratified with the proceeding, which were con ducted with dignity and very fair abil ity. Indeed, the discussion developed speaking ability of which we need not be ashamed. lhe society hold its meetings everv Monday evening, in the Engine Hail and as they are public, we advise vounur folks to attend as ihey will learn much tlmtis useiul and desirable. The con dition of admission is that you behave wiiiie mere. Last Friday, for the first time, we visited MeCutchenvillc. It was a fine day and the farmers being all busr.the town presented a dull as well as old ap pearance. During our brief stay in town, we had the pleasure of fo'ruiinsj the acquaintance of the gentlemanly Postmaster. I). Hoffman and had a social chat wi h Michael Brack lev. Justice oi the Peace. We called al "the office ol l)f-Sampson but lie was absent. Our self and family stopped at the Meyers House, were the ladies prepared wholesome country dinner for us which we enj-iyed hugely, and as a ride in the fresh air sharpens ones appetite won derfully, -we should not be surprise!, if we icit uie impression upon tho minds of the proprietors fiat we are a tremen dous e ter. Oureonvevance being ready, reasonable hotel bill paid, wo started for home. The country along the route is gm,fl. corn looks splendid and we no tice, several farm residences that denote wealth. tate and goaheadativeness on the part of the proprietors. The ap proaches to tl-.eTymoclitee bridge are in verry poor condition. That irom the north is absolutely dangerous and ought to be Immediately repaired. In tact we have recently noticed several othel ero3siiigs which need attention. Book Auction Messrs. Faber & McGregor met witli flattering success in the sale of books during their short stay among us. Tiiey were liberally patronized hy tire best of our citi zens. Most of the books sold are standard works and went off at very low figures. By request of a number of our cit izens they have consented to return and open again on Thursday, August otu next, ana will remain but three days. They will bring with them many new works and as a rare omiortunitv to buy valuable books at almost half what t hey cost at retail stores, we ad vise all to bear the time in mind and be on hand with tho greenbacks to nil your library. MAYOTl'S uFFICK Up. Sandusky. July 2d,1871. rrvurusaijs will be re- kJ ceived at this orace until August 1st. 1871, for building two cisterns for the use of the fire department One of a ca pacity of five hundred barrels in front of C Engles on Sandusky Avenue, and one of a capacity of four hundred barrels on Eighth street in front of Joseph Gaa's residence. Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids it not cons.dered satisfactory. By order of Council, J. K. McCR.iCKEX, Mayor. Pioneer Life mill History of : Wytmdot Cou uly ST A. W. BRtXKF.RUCrF. CIlAPT.'jTv No. 14. "Tim! ended this disastrous campaign. It Was the last one which took place in this section of the country during the revolutionary contest ot the Americans and the mother country. , It was under taken with the very worst of views, those of plunder and murder; it was conducted w irhout sufficient means to encounter, with anv prospect of success, the large forces ot Indians opposed to our men in the plains of Sandusky. -It was conducted without that Subordi nation and discipline so requisite to in sure succeis in any hazardous enterprise. and it ended in a roul discomfiture. Never did an enterprize more completely fail of uitHlning its olject. Never, on my occasion, had the ferocious savages more ample revenge for tho murder ot their picific friends, than that which they obtained on this occasion. Should it oe asKeii wnal consideration led so ireat a number of iteople Into this d iterate enterprise ? Whvwitliso small a :orce and such slender means they push d on so far as the plains of Sandusky ?' -The answer is. that many believed that tiie Moravian Indians, taking no art in he war, and having given otienee to the wai norson several occasions, the. belligerent friends would not tike u arms in their bcimit. In .h is conjecture tliey were saill v mistaken. Tiiey did de- end them witii all the lor.-e at iheir . -011111011.11. and no wonder. fr notwitii -tainting their ihi i-tian ;.n I pacific, prin ciples, tne warri'irs still regarded tor Moravians as th.-ii- ivl iti ins, whom il ;i- tli.-ir ilntv to defend." The foregoing, n. i d. tuiit. is as nearly ooriecl as anything we will ever get ol uat event wh'uJ i 111 ies hi -torn; th .ilams of s uiiliisKy. an.) tue U iiuty oi tVyniidot. and which reaches o.ick. very ar. in the lnstorv of the great west, and covers the fir.-t Moody contet lH-tvveeii triued in. n. so tar from civilization, we.-t I tlie mountains, ot wniv.li we have auy iiistorv. Coudiel John Johnson savs '-Tlie Spot v here Crawt'oi-d sulleie.l a a tew mile vest ot Upper Sandusky, on the old tract leading to t'l'- liig S,riug. H yiin. lot town." Ane'Bigbpnn, yandoc tow u is distant from toe present Upper S.iti-n.-h aiiout lilte.-n miles i little west f norte, and near ll e South-west corner i ne-:i County, an I ill said County. The spot where Crawford suffered wm. io, ek,of l.ptjer a.iiidusky, but nearly Morlh. and distant ano.it eigut mile.-,. Coi ioiiiison savs -toe precise Sit;c" is now owned by the heirs of Daniel Hodge, and s a oeauiiiiit an eu witti s.uae Hue oak rees in the vicinity." That the precise spot, i on the t;.rm refered to Itv Col. I n:i u ili. tlicre is but little iloulit. Itul just teAer on said far.u the precise Spot' is. ... c ode vc. a in itt' r of consider able doubt. Toe Delaware had a town so called aloiigtheTvniochtce.and tiiere it was Ley burnt Crawford in satisfaction i" i in- ui.i.-s.tcre ol their people at tue Moravian towns on the Muskingum . Tlie followlug. describing an interview which I. raw lord iia I wita tile liidiib O.tiet. Wiiigeiiui.d. ju-'t previ-.ius to his deatii, is lroin Ileckewel ici. Sum. oiibts oi its uuih, have been cxpru-se I is the historic. n lijcKt-welder has often ocell accii-ieil ot being Ion I ot IMlll.uicillg. but Col. Johnson, (good aucmrity here oppresses the opinion that "it is doubl iess in the main correct." We again select from the "History ol Ohio." vVingenund. an In li in Chief, ha I an interview with Col. Crawford ju-t b.-tor. ins execution. II; h 1 1 b.-eu known to Craw lord so.uctiiue Oofbr, an 1 had been on terms ot frien Isiiip wita him. and kindly eutert limd by him at his o.vn nouse ami tltcielore ft It much uttaciieu lo tiie Colonel. t iugciiuud had retired to his cabin tin t li - lui.ht not see the sentence executed, butCrawlurd sent to nun w ti.li tiie taint hope that he would intercede tor him. and save him. Vin genund accon'ing y soon appealed in t e presence of Crawtord. who was naked and boil id to a slake. U ingenuiid com iiieuced the conyersattou Willi niuicii cuiuarrasmeut and agitation, as lollows:" VVi.NOtsuND. ".ire you uotc'jl. Craw ford "r"' CitAwroRD. lam." Wiiic nu a. I, soaiewhat agitated, ejaculates-.-! I Y'es ! indeed V " . CuaWFokD. "Do you not recollect the Irieudsinp that always existed between us, ami tiiat we were always ylad to sec eacli otner?" Wisgk.nusd. Yesl I remember all this, and tnat we nave often drank to gether, and that you have been Kiud to ine.' Ckawfobd "Then I hope the same frieiidsiiip still continues." WiNiiExoo. "It would, of course, were you wnere you ouiitto be, and not here." Crawfokd- 'And why not here? I hope j ou would not desert a friend in time of need. Xow is the time for you loi-xert yourself in my lieoall, as i fliotild do" toryi u were )ou in my place." WixGiOiUNu. -Colonel t rawtoid you have pUiced yours -II in a situation tnat puts it uu. ot mv power, and tiiat ul otlu-r.-of your tiiend to do auyihiiig lor you. tKiWfOKp "iiow bo, Captain Viu geuuiid ' W jxuiaiCXD. "By joining yourself to that execrable man, v illiamsou, anil In.- party, the man who, but tue otner day. murdered such a number ot Moravian Indians, knowing tue in to be friend.-,; knowing tnat lie ran no risk in murderiHj; a ucoule who would not right, and whose onlv business was praying." Ckawvokd. "But I assure you, Win- gcuuud, tual bad 1 beeti wjtli him at tue lime, tins would not have happened. -Not 1 alone, but all your friends, and all good ineii, whoeyer tuey are, reprobate acts ol tins kind. Win-gescxd. ''That may be; yet these friends, tticse good men. did uot prevent him from going out agaui to kill the re mainder of tiiese rnoll'i-iisive, yet foolish Morav ian Indians. 1 say foolish because they believed lhe whites 'u preference to us. ve nail olten toiu tueiii tuey wouiu. one day be so treated by those people, who called themselves their friends I N told them there was no faith to be placed in what the white man said; that tueir lair promises were only intended to al lure us, that they migut the more easily kill us. as they had dune many Indians before these Moravians.'" Ckawford. "1 am sorry to hear you sptak tnus; as to W illiainson'sgoing out again, when it was Known ne was -tie u.-t-iiiued on it, 1 went with him to pre vent his committing fresh murders.' Wixiskncsd. "lhis tiie Indians would not believe, were even 1 to tell-liieiu so, Cuawfokd -Why -would they not believe?'' ijiGi-SUXD -r-"Because it would hav been out ot your power to have prevent ed his doing what he pleased. Ckawfokd "Out oi my power! Have anv Moravian Indians been killed or Hurt since we came out ?" Winokscnd -But you flrst went to their town and finding it deserted, you turned on tiie path toward us. If you had been in searou of arriors-oiily, you would not have goue thither. Our spies watched vou closely, - lliey saw you while you were embodying yourselves cn the other side ol the Ohio, iliey saw you cross the river they saw wher you encamped tor the night they saw you turn off from the path to tlie deserted Moravian town they knew you were going outot your wayyour steps were constantly watched, and you were suf fered quietly to proceed until you reach ed the srxt where you were attacked." Crawford felt that,-with this sentence ended his last. ray ol nope, and now asked, with emotion, 'What do tuey in tend to do with mer WijtGExrsD "I tell you with grief. As V illiamson, with Ins who'e cowardly host, ran oil in the nigut at the wiustinig of our warrior s bails, being satisued that now he had no Moravians to deal with, but men who could light. and with such he did not Wish to have anythr: to do I Bay, as they have escaped and taken you, they will, take revenge on you in his sttad." Crawfokd "And is there no possi bility of preventing tnis? . Can you de vise no way of getting me oft ? You shall, my t'riund. be well rewarded if you are instrumental 'in'saving my lile." Wihgexcnd. "Had Williamson been taken with you, I and my Iriends. by making use of what you have told me. nii lit perhap3 have succeeded ii saving J you; but as the matter now ?i.ui i3, no mau would dare to interfere in v-mr b halt. The king of England himself, were belocitmetothisspot. with all hM wraith and treasure, could uot effect this pur pose. Toe blood of the innocent Mora vians, more than ball ol them women and children, cruelly and wantonly murdered, calls loudly for revonge. Tue relative? ot the slain, who are among us. ry out an I stand ready for revenge. The nation to which they belonged will have revenge. Tlie Sbawaucsc. our grand children, have asked tor your fellow-prisoner; on him they w ill "t ike revenge. A.I toe nations connected with us cry out. revenge ! reveng-! Tiie Mo ravians whom you went to destroy, hav ing lied, instead of avenging tueir bretl r -n. tho offence is becoin.. national, and tue nation itself is bound to t.io re venge !" Ckawfokd -My fate Is then fixed, and I must prepare to meet death in its worst, inrm." WisoKXc.ND ! am sorry for It. but cannot IO atiytiiillg for Voil. Had yoll att.-n.ied to tue Indian principle, that as good ami evil can not dwell ogethcr ... tne same heart, so a good man ought not ro go into evil company, you would not be in this lamentable situation. Vou see now, when it is too Iste. alter Wil liamson has de-crt.-.l you. wiiat a bad m m he must be. Xuiliing now remains or you but lo meet your late like a brave man. Farewell Col. Craw lord ! tuey are coming. I will retire to a solitary SJHtt.' fho savages then fell upon Crawford. Wineiiund. it is said, reared, godding tears, and ever after, wueli t.ie cir.-iim-staiice was aliudid to, was scusibly af fected. " A Le?ertat:on o;i P. Cun'.n, hy the K.nimnt Can'lle" offie Ltrl. and Exo in. ler of the Oj$iel of Cu-i.-t. Rsi. L . A li-'um.-r. ex-Democrat ex Know 2i"tihing, ex-R '.publican. txeii'or 1'iontif and n v "Abe jcionent tif Dtmnr.rntle Prin:i pfc" ? I editor of the Iffmojrulic Um hi. Tue distinguishing characteristic if this moral essay is its dignified fine and chaste language. It is re ,'iete witti matured and .Icliu'ia e christian graces and as they emina led from the lieart of a gentletuan .vho has grown old ill the Services ot the Ministry, we reproduce the mas ter'.) production of the masterly Ui vine, in these columns, tor the pur tose of giving the late readers ot tin Pioneer one more opportunity of be ing edified b' their former editor and pastor : From tin Wyandot Democratic Union of July fcJih. lsTi, by L. a. liruuuer. U. u. Whoa. Fax! The old grandmother that runs t ie lii 1'I bi.icaX. took the fau o Is last week terribly, on reading the Uuuih'a notice of uulo.-ked ...ail bags mis.-ent mail matter. etc and kei.t i d saeli a bellowing, snor ing an I cav.t t nig. that all hau. is tiiougbt t:iat it woiuo a-ie in -n her gizz ird. ami c rt .iii y ill the old thing deader tuan a him,, erring. But by soothingly saying. V iioa. Fan ! boa. Fan ! patting her . n he place wnere tue "wooi ony.'it to oroio' m .iting her down with Joan .-..i.-r nan's sp -eches. xud the timely a-lmini - traiion ot a pint of olive rre. se 1 pints of tree cow miik. and a little broti. roiii the old dead rooster, she began lo ool down ant soon became cmivales- eut enougo. to be put in training f.-r writing the "squibs that brighten and glisten hi the Upptr Sandu-KV side ol .e Chicago outside ltcpubiican of last w. ek. ll is said that for a week or more, the keepers of the old bilious Jeiitiy-as-. lave been feediUi. i.er. in udduiou to her isii.tl provender, on Liuiberger cheese. uzz-ard entrails snails, onions, garlic. razors, fish-hooks, and two q i.trts of the ideal ttai'i or the skunK. in order to qualify iter lot the tremendous under taking. When it was thought she was dulv prepared, a Imund copy of tue Pioneer. and two copies of the out-d le Cnicago LteptibUcau, made into a liol.is was giv- n her as a desert, the waole being rinsed down with two gl ises of old parkiing saltpeter well-water, an I then she was put to tlu worn. Til j result we id in the Kcpuhln.-an ot IaC week. which for dirty expletives low ni.-a.s- ir.-d oieaiiiiess lii-iiretl ratiting. viola ted confidence, and lying personalities. as never excelled in any journal. But poor illiterate Fan's lit'o was saved by her filthy slobbering, and a shi'-iiig star n the Kettu'ilican party save l fi-oni be ing blotted out. noa. rani -Mc.-laio had better hold on to the s'tiinp-tailcd ild female jack, or she will kn:U the bucket with her wonderful display of sarcasm, wit and humor. W iioa, Iran! Butternuts iu Secret Scssioa. " otn proud of '3j feori."' L. A BRUXXEU. D.D.in t ie Drmacralie Union of Julv 2J. 1871. But, notwithstanding the light that past history casts upon the present, the remains of that once glori ous party, who so strongly denounced secret, oath-bound associations, has in the phrensy of its madness, in the vain nope of accomplishing some nefarious purpose, organized themselves into a se cret society, and with mysterious signs, and solemn oaths, unknu.vii to the un in itiated, are working with might and main for the accomplishment ot'tltatoit- lect. Xow, what that object is, can be easily interred lroin the principles advo cated by those who are incorporated in these associations and then, enough lias come to light, to let us know, tiiat one of the main objects is to oppose the admin istration. And it the L n ion party is triumphant in the approaching cam paign, and "Old Abe." is ro-ebtct-M to stand up, as one m an ; and prevent his it. a iguratiun. if, however, tins be not so, and our inform itini. is not correct, why seek to side t ie workings of the or der. under the cover of darkness, with buttoned windows and a guarded door, why not, as the Democracy have always boasted of. open out the doings of the meetings to the inspection of the world ? We think that the day has come, when the dark lantern party can hands over the emblems, -in whie i it was want to work, to this butternut club who on each Saturday evening meet in Ay res' Kail, to carry on under the sacred name of-TAeSan of Liberty." some purp-'se looking to the disorganization of tile Government. Let uo.vasr t km oca a is BEWAUKof TI1K1U COliKCl'T LEAltt.nS who under the name f Democracy would lead them to open and to utter ruin. Oh tell it not in Wyandot County, u6,'ili t( not in tue etreels of L pper Sandusky, that tfano cruts haoe try tnizeU a secret, oalti bound amo ciatton. with rallying cries and pat word. for alter tne record of the Union," with its denunciations of Knotvnolhings Loyal Leaguers, and its pathetic ap peals in behalf of open, handed, clear day light work: the true men of the party who are honest will not believe it AXD TET I'KMOCKATS IT IS TBCK. The darkened windows, the guarded a Venue. ali speak out the truth, that such an or ganization does exist! If you disbe lieve it, come to Upper Sandusky, and claim admission, to their barred portals. and you will hnd out, that without you can divide the name of the areh traitor CALHOUX. whom old Hickory threat ened to hang for his treason, aackward and give the sign, you will not bo able to enter. Honest Democrats, try these leaders who have been tori vcr howling out against secret societies by their own works. They, now, in the midnight of the republic's life, when degeneiate sons are aiming a blow at her life, are found in secret conclave plotting against the Government. On for an old iiiCKory to lash tlie rascals round the woria, i. A. Urunner, in the Pioneer Fri day mommy, Jum 3i, 1864. Corn Fifty Cents . The above price, in cash, will be paid for corn at the Upper Sandusky Distillery HJ O tf 13 jlZ Li. 'A.4 . Ml333 JACCSON it LtMC Will glVO C Musical Concert at Beery's Hall ou FRIDAY Evening. August 4th. They will be ably assisted by the U i nr S iii'liwkv String Band. A rare musical treat is in store for our people and we hope these la lies will ne greeted hy a tremendous house. Obituary. la ITnpir Ssndnskv, oM, Saturday mornlnjt lulv, I. 11 1:- at quarto- pis' a. of coiimiiiip tl oi. AMLIlK, d insider of Harmon and Velcri E wtrsolu, ami 16 venrs and months. The ruaerj: t.tok place at tha M. K.Cimrch. SmijUy alieriinoo at 4 o'clock uu I w.i lar.-elv ntUiidc I. She hit been a nieiolier of the N. E. Sabbath 1 -hn l Tor several vears. and ilurintc her pro tra -to I illne-.s oitn ex ire-i l a ilesliv 1 1 onre mure net able lo t.tk her pl ica In the ilas; but j1'-" ho M?TnT.,V?,?& i i.Vw"'! S prl by her death. I lie love aiid .e-pecl ro .niiesie a bv her t-acanr an I cl.isaate hove l the nia ptra In h ti -be w.is held bT them. Wtir our yo.'nx rriend ahould I ealied nox, rather t til altar a lil'a a' ni itnrll. ia a qoeation thnt we 4- not prete-:l to explain, yet oe m-ist be iiavy th it' he w'i i. loo wi- to ei r and ' g-l tods wrong" t.wth.tit was a favorable n ,mrtiini!) t-tr..u-ier her to th '. Para t-en' r.wl. F .the , mail r, brother and l.tra as well as I .ce ...i,c...te. dtwpW feel that it U Oo-I lhl faaih Urrlt us. Yet uona will deplora Uer. lul uur lo.. is h ;r cain. 'shcMluia'HTswllh thedead In the iiiili.'h Mm'-; And sweetly o'er her clay cold bea The Miiuuier flu ers blooia. The A uninn leave hll Tall Vpon h -r -rav itravn: Th-re .Vl .ter -pre el her snowy pall. The to -ipets rouud her re. 'The .'.rs -halt beam ,-lona Mi r jlit irv be I, Th ro .n .ny a t'-r. -hnjinj 1ot U, os tae spot s'aah tha i. "Ves.thv h,l' we-p her. Who b.red h- ere sheilli-4: Thair with .o-ro.vlni crow dim For her their hop.-, thjir p;-i le.; "Yet for the eirlyl" d Why s".uld urvivor siirh: From times dark legion .'ne h is fled. To bid htsr renlats ou Lih." P. I. M. JIAKKET UEl'OKTS. CORRKCTKD WKKKLT BT PURVIANCE&CO Dealers in Groceries. Provisions & Pro luce. Sugar. Urnwn - CVflee Crush & Oraiu Coffee Hie.. ......... - Java Browned Xo. 1 Ground Tea. Young Hvson... - , Ifvson O .long. .. 'l- Iinpctial... f Japan Ilice... . . . . -. ... . fo'Meeo Plug dark.. '"- Brig'i Fine cut 10 tol3 I I to 1.V ..1(J to 17.. , .20 to 22 - 25 to 30 2.)e 20 to a 100, to 175c 00 to 150- 100 Mil' 1110 to 175-- 70 to 15 i 12 'ic SO to PH . 100 to 12-. ....... SO to 150 oo 50 er. 151- 7.5!) bid. 4 50 14 to 15- a 10 to l i- 10c. lb I2 Wt 10 to 1-2! I 12. io? 7to 10c. It Fish, White I'ickeral tiering.. Meat. Hams Shoulder Side ...... Pickled Butter Kgg Lard I'n ion Glass fruit cans.. -tone Ware Wheat 85 to 1 00 iloz . 10.. per doz $1 00 to 1 10 50 .... 30. - $700 5.V. ... $3 00 to SO- 40 to&; ..".."."" 2'4 . ...2 00 to 20.. .......75c 0 to S a 20. Corn Oats (new).- FLoi'R(Extra), Wool !Iat ton) Potato es, ( ne w ) Tallow, Uaos. .lt ? barrrcl) H-e , IKD APPLES, Bes'wax, Xow York Live Stock Market. Xew York. Julv 24. Beef Cattlk. With the heavy supply the market was u-tive. and all selling at J4C advance in.-e last Vlond av. but scarcely in high is on Friday, Texas in better flesh, sell- ng at ?(iS.M. common western lutftiic; airtogoo-l at ll'.;(51-c, and prime at 12e. ; the average was nearly ll!$ j. Sheep axd lambs. Total for the week 30 200 bead, and 0.400 head lor to-day riie market is good and strong tor sheep. md weak for lambs, witu about all sell- ng: sales were 111 ide of sheep at uWb'ac md lambs at fit,' i'J!ic. ; 1 car S4 lb. Ohio sheep sold at ;t;'o a lot averaging 103 lbs. at li'I".:.; 1 car. averaging. 53 llts- western 1 i n'n at Ilods. count 24)jd hca 1 for the. week. of whic.i 5.50J head were tor to-day. 1 he iiiarkei: 1- linn at CQ.e as extremes 1 ti tressed. 200 fit. selling at CWCc. 33TJSIaVli:.S.S. WHY I TR WEI BY THE ERIE- 1 5. TletLiiiu. It dnitr rims Four Flint f'lnss K-tprcsS Train" through, witho t change, to New York fro a Ci.i inn id ;ieve and. II I. kirk. Siisoen io ll.-i le -Siii ir 1 Falls Huff do and It.tcaester 111 uire.a coimeciion wicn nil western lines taui uloraiu a cUoioe of flvo different routes. 3 I. Because Its Dasscnier ctaches. bcinzofthe iiro.ui gau je pattern, an.i ov r a 1001 wmer tnai. thtrse iu use ou co-n.ieiin.x liner, afford the most eo-iiiu odious and pleasant means of trausit to and fnt-.n the seattoanl. 31. Because its Urawinz Room and Sleeping Coaches are provided with all the luxuries and conveniences of a first class dwelling, and in splendor of 011 tilt rival the fabled clones ol Mel sn izxars oalace 4111. iterance it is i ne nnort llne 110m ine principal Western Cities, via Niagara Falls to ew lorli au.l carries tlie traveler tnrougu scenery unsurpassed in variety or Kian.lureby anv 011 the Amei lean Continent, givinx him. eo route, a matrnillcent view of the G.audest Nat ural wondefof the world. 5tli. Uecause us hotels and eatinsr salloons, e.Ublishcl at reirular intervals ulotiK the line, are 'lie most spacious aau ine best ciuuucieu in the world. 6th. Bermsa von couldn't persuade me to so by any othjr line. "t!i. Ilec mse ail yon have to do is to ask for tickets "via tfro.ul uausfu trie Kaiiway," ana you re alw ivs stini to Uu I thetn lor sale at at principal ticket u dices, uu l at ill-- lowest carreu lb. Varnincrto Farmers. We inaniit'aciiire a Mowing antl K.-ap- ing Machine that cannot be surpassed in point of merits ami cheapness of price. We. therefore, ask fa-mers, who intend purchasing such a machine, to give us a call, see our machine, ascertain our terms m l prices before purchasing of any of the numerous Agents, representing other and interior machines. STEVEXSOX t SEAH3. Furniture Fiimi-urs ! ! The undersign d kinds of first class manufactures all FURNITURE. and invito those wanting anything In his line to give him a call before purchas ing elsewhere. Rooms opposite the UtrcBUCAX and Post olllces. F. W. SCIIAEFFER. THE BEST, TH tl CHEAPEST, METALIC MEASURES AND BUCKETS. Fa ten ted 163. rnrjlt only Backets and Measures that do not a. w'earonc. or get out ot repair. Jfave no competition for neatness, convent enuuaac durability. THE MEASURES are always rorrcct. Weather, sun, water, or air will not affect them . sealed by county teal of uamuton count-y, unio. PRICE 8-jb'o Uui-kct. S rations, tl M- Well Bucket. S gallons. $1.S3; Half IJushel (water tight) (1 23; Feck measure, do Sou; X peck. do sue: rece no sac. For sale by PURVIANCE & CO. Upper Sandusky, July, 1871. IV. Bcsxell, of Wyandot, is out Agent (nr tliK ifv pr-nr irnn. 1 le I authorized to take new subsoribeiaaud payment for the same. tf. St. Petei' wAthUo Chu.ro Guothet Utreet. Sunday Services -:0') a. ni- li -in; 10:00 a. 111. solemn h mass and Sermon; 1:45 u-m. admin. strati.... of Sacrament of Baptism; 2 0) . in. Instruction; 3 :00 p. m. V'esiers mid Benediction. On week days: S:.) a. in. h mass; IIolv davs: 5:bii a. m. li niaaa. NORTn-WES-TEIlN NORMAL SCHOOL, REPUBLIC, SENECA CO , O. This popular and pregresslve institution open its mtoiiiI year on Tuesday. August 22, 1S71 CheaH!St, moat therouz ily practical an-' therr..it iuot rataiile lu-.ilutmn i., t le We, The.-our.e ul'trainias is I'idly adapte I to ai . prfeion hi h ie.j..lr.- t'linkins tact, ener and am dtion. Saves one hal I In excuses an irains oue-liall a lime overollier cb x.lt Kver teacher, and every youux I ulyor rt iil.-niaii tie sirinxto becoina suci, or enter Luaiue hi. should alteod. STAT STICS. Ttr.rAimiESTS or Tcor. fo Ttnln. . Teorher,' and 'lli g-iatc. AllelaSies or stud ents ran be arrjoniM ted- Kshoio jiint irM year 151 difr.-rentsinleutr. TheSwtnil promi-es toup.-i, with lor tvu. Tttcat.KS: Urjfulnr. Kxlra.a- all traoicl fo. their aork. 9. . - Terms &:e fh uflU week. EXPENSES. TrtTtot 7 ! Tor 10 weo'.a. I, a nedl ilelv inr. ceeiiiui entrance of staluau. payable iu -Tan.-. U-m I private board, with room, lizht and fm luo'lslied. ,3 UJ jM;r we.-x .un-iir linf fi. t. dl 50 per week. I'i,fa;a shed room, f I 00 I SH OJ per term. Text lim-ks r.,te. .0 studeut al locents a term per v. laoie- STUDIES OF Fl I.ST TERM. F.n.Tth Or.imiiiar, (I'rl.oary a-id" a-lranrel Aritlimeli.-, (Kl uu I III I.er) ; (.e.),.-.) iphv, Jltl erl.dive. Fh.l-ul. Mathematical and l'heno. en 1j: Map iirjwinz. (Itiilereiit V.elno IS): 1- 1 nen-ni,.. (Il.i'.liit .ml 01 , ; Music, lv il Bn-: Instr.inicutal ; : Algebra. 'Kl an I Higher, lieomctr... tl'laue ami oli:: 1. itlo. (loin, .u lory l.essoi.a au iC-e-ar): iunioi.-s-, Corres,iiid clicc.Coin.io-ltion. K..etoi ic, j.cilili(;t t.lo-i.tiw , Ootaiiy. B .ofc-kcc;finz. (-it.jrle and turle e iryi: Pe'.atlittr. Gj.maii. i-,:Q 117, a.id sete, 4ioverun:ei.t, u,:if.:i Anthois. Lvi-rj era.le o ,tudeut can ana suitaole studies io iile -orm. HOME Tr.S TIMONIAL Wo. tha undo isijne I, Iteinz a-.-jutlnte 1 wit', fie m iiiasenirnt l the XortU-We-tem Norm chool. aud Ueli, v.i.a the 1-iaiitulioii to be at s cir nlars ruprv-f-kt, do vhctfrl'uii;.' .-uinaien I to the piibli -. as w.ir.li v 01' in..-t liberal pat roil axe. W dcair t, call attention to a lea .all: I. f he Principal aa.l his Assistants haveshowi. rviu irk aide tact, el erv and self-devotion h 1. 1, in f Ine enterprise tnnn Us many Jit. ou raxe :o -nts -tnd e-Mbarros-ineals to lis present populai a d a. e e-rfulcunditton. x. Too en. ire iiiaiutemont of the school Lssccb is to ioeuleal virtuous and in ins trio ai liaWi.-, -i.it lor the presenton.e. but f.r life. 3. The stu.leiita tne best the parent all b ciuc so ihoi-oinrldr aroused to, nn-l interot i 1 1 their wo ,a- to pre-.ilace jico uuten. a ole euti.uia.iu 4. 1' ue Normal. is the Natural Syst-m of In. structiou. lH.-iiixeiitiix. atisuctor Ifuth as t lae a.Joui.t ai.d quality or the work wro-.ijc I &, A ap.lit of universal sali.i'actioll al.d (CtXtii t'ecli' (t i-eeuis to pe.vade the choo', ladie and 4cniemcu Ik1ii:x treated as such, aud axid a? navi.iK .1 mission lit li e lo Cil. J . .-. 6 11 th, Att'y at Law. J. W. Stewart. As sessor, Su;,tiieii I, pa.ua, J I., If. t ,woner l. It. J. l('ihp,M U. s 11. Ink, Farmer, tiro -team-. Farmer, l. M. Xeikirk. Farmer, C Os orii, Mayor. . S. IKi tier, hrui-t, W. II. t-e ire-, f . I'-. Philip liri.aii. MtcUaiiic. ltev.lt , il,.:ox, M. K. Cn. lv. .1. K. Kemnu. I.utber'n 'I, ti. it-den. MercUant, It. At. U-ilcu, Machinist O', h. Lastm in. Farmer. FAC IS WOR I'll KNOWING 1. This A'liorl prc;i.trtfl yonnfrl i-He rtnd pen Uouieu " li t' U i nvi o:.ft liu oreLicuI, uu iniliantul. visi naiy. a U r,c,iiAi! as in iivi iiiHiiry anil persona rejnilti.ty in tn-U stihlcitt- 3 i ne ie.ee -a. 1- an mo iccitur in -ni nisuui . iitti liave rceii 4 inurungia Norinnl tritiiiiii tur thvir work, giuraiiieoi. pu.-il-it -licn, a-i vrfiil.igo will ii tney C41U nt poi tly eujo imiiv i weci., utteiid iiii-e ut a i;ouut Iiotitu iiuu where the Iiw-ira lor. Horkiii hUiioji ;i.ir.nouy ui jplau, aiuipiv jjivo mala ua titfgc iio.it. 4 Principle-. runl;imenti ami all em lraNnu. are preritl rulhcr ur, isviatcii lacU wliici b.i no n uiiy 5. aiibtecl? are asjl ne I fir Inv -t".,tion a rerLMlor urittn. rt-port. tlmj- enali Ins, MUilitj 0 acUiru wuat . hul . Alsuut uucrailjr m ilecl w iinp rH ti? uistw uniuai raiiuuauy a. 6. tue reoicacions are imr two mi antes 1 ini-rih ti.us eiviarainjle tiuia fo tne tuuroug elueiiiatiun oi every uect 7.Afvj liuere-t l trnven ' uas are ome dine ruitre. "ba. kwar ttacho.l.ir'i. b ihii int.t aionnut only give a tnoronjrn. practical uu! .uiu.-rcueiieive ixiiort'ldlgc ut th ran cues tu lietl, uutllie ormal 1. j natuni .ucihu l oi" tc.u litntf 1 Horn, ilcuco Ui rci vlu .0 .ill classes ul te.v hers. 9 Ir fMO(fe lo keep pio.re4 with the are Jfey liirecioi anl utiicr pvliool utliccn wtl. in... a ivunUi-e..! lo aply t the .-urui. ochiMillor traiue-i toacheri. acu I f r nircuUi J. rilAISC RICHARD, A. B. a riticia. au 1 i'r pr.e lur DIVORCE NOTICE, C-irolino Uaner t v s Fati'.lon for Divorce. Pa v 1.1 tlancr. D VVfli ll.VNKR whose lice or residence I unkno vii to p. tiiioner. is noiiilo-l taat Cr ro line i.aiicr did, oi. the llih da oljene, A. li. 11, lilj her ped'ooa .n t io ool.to of the i:leroi to. Court of Comm. n P.eas. wlthi'i and fori lie coil:, n o wyaudot and t ne of Ohio, ch.ir.shia; th, ' i I l.avi l Huner uitli kiis neglect of dm abau-lonmcnt an I ii'lulu-ry ui:h one M .r vnn Ish .n:d i Di 'i : Allen, and with divrrs per S.'ss unaie-wii to p taiouer, ard askiiiif that ti iu ar lw ullontti re .tollable iiilmouy. and th i siio m.iy be divorce I I rum lli-.-iiU ll.ivl l llaue: whlcu petition t III stand lor hcarlujr ut lii next term ol'suidCjurt. CAROLIXE 11 AXEB. hv WAODCX HARK her Att'y. Dated this 5th day of Juiy A. It. nil. t-91 ATTACHMENT 11. li. Welsh, l'laiutiff, V3 Josri b McHenry Defcndent. Before .lames K. Agnew, J. P. Antrim Tp w, mi. tot r.. t. tin the 27th .lav of May A. D 1871. said Jnsticc issued tin order ol attachment n. tho slwve ac tion for the sum ot seven dollars and eighty four euuts and Teu dollars urooauie costs. H. 11. WELSH. Nevada O. June Sflth 1871 ATAKI'OLK HOUt. V Saiiilusky A v- Upper San 'nskr O'lio. I'.id Waro)le louso will raarantee ac uomino lations e-(:ial to any ia northern Ohio .M-ini( sitnited in ttie center of bnsitie,. one S'l.iure lroin the Court llou-e. and 3 squares from the deHtt. Travelers will lind it to their interest t . stop at thi house. We mike no O.J.N AM t I'.VL MlloW. but ttunran.ee our table and neds not excelie'l, an, our patrons nc unnatural uistut oaace alter retiring. TRHIS-$1.50 PER DAY. (.'ocd sta'dd an 1 llrst-slass Hostler attached ouutry tra le urgca'.ly solicited J. if. ORR, PKOrBIETDP. January 11. 171, ly. MAXHOO TOUKI. )OD: HOW LOST. HOW KK---11st publisliird by Dlt LEWIS. JM pire. Third Edition. ThelLdical Companion an 1 Oiddft to lle.lth. on t he radical cn. e f Spermatyrrhoca. or Seiiihial Weakn-s. Invol untary Seminal Losses, iiuputiriicy, mental sud phr,ioa: ineapt.-ity. impj.limei.ts a inarrUe. etc and lhe venereal and syphilitic m .1 '.Htes. wilh plain and cle-ireirections inr the speedy rnreoi secondary symptons. Onnur "oea, plcel. stricture., and alidiseai sot'ihe skin, siich as tirvy, ecn.nf lo. tll-'ers. boils, hlutchea oud pimples on the tce and iioily. coit.r.mptiou epilepsv and tlta induced by sell-In luloence or sential extrararance. The celebr..od author, in this .dmirable treatis clearlv demonstrates fro-n a furty jears' succeslid eraence, tb it the al-rmius: consequence oi son abuse m -y he radic illy cv ed al once simple, certalfi ana eitecta if ny means vi wmcnerery sun -rer. m. in itter what hlseoodition m, - te.e in boelTectaally cor-. cheaply, privately and radically gy-1 lii H ant sboadbo in lhe bauds of every yuai.i, and every mail In the lar d. deut t-niler seal in a iM.in envelope? mw ' rents Address, It Is. LLn IS. H neacn simei New Vork. 1-- 6 mo. SCHOOL EXAMINERS NOT.CE TO TEACHER3. THE Board of School Exaniinrrs t Wyandot County will meet fur t'.e examination of Teach.ra in the Court Hootn at Upper ndu-ky. aa follows: On the 1st and 3d Saturday of te lem ber, October. November, M arcb, April and May, and on the 1st Saturday, of all other months. Ko certificate will be grant d except regular meeting, nor will any be granted uuleas tne applicant appears au jnoavu uuu submits to an t-zamination. Written teitn.niahi of moral character will be required of all applicants, and those who hav laught, will lm requirnd to pre sent teal imoniala from the Local Directors of the school last taught, showing success id teaching, te.. Examination to commence at 9 o'clock A.M. at which time all applicants ora ex pected to De present. D. A. KUI1X, Preaideat. D D. Ua. Clerk GETT1(t aMAUKlLD Essays for Young Men. on pr. at -cial evils and abuses, which inlerfere with Marriaze with sure means ot re lief for the erring and unfortunate, d eased anddeb'htated. Sent free, in seal envelopes. Address. IlOWAnD Asfoc.a j tion, Xo. 2 S IVinth St , Philadelrtla, ; -jprii ia ,1 1. a I' Ml 1 La M i t2 ay J i SCREan.ica.. n A.W.Kiinkcrlion c5 Son. ii. O'.rie.is splendid new xoiii iiortli of ti.i Court U-iuse, L'ppei .aiitlusky. Ohio, lor AMERICAN 0R6AHI 1 SJWo-wM-f ScEaing IVIacIiines WIN3TAI)'3 CLOCKS. CRO CKERY, CTJTLXIR7, GLASS-WaVRE. Lainps and Lamp Chmn'yjrt ILK. LINEN AMD CGTTGM rrir.EACS, Mowing Machine Needles. Oil and ntt; ch lilents. SLOWER POTS, Our stock of rroc'tcry. Queen nral lassware is camntte an-l iri. es Jar tc'.oir lie usual mtes nn such goods Our OiJOAXS re warr-uitetl FIVE YEARS nd tlse world cant L-eat them for inisii and tone. Our Sowing IL coir.03 are t!.o EET made. Our Clocks rr.n 10 days without wit d ng. As sole agents of ITa-ldings" Silk on 1 Kand Iu0 yard s)onls we sell at snoua : nrrrs prices. Our t.K:k is large and ol all lore. Tailors. SlnM-niakrrs and fatn lies can buy of us as LO IV as in Ciucin ati. Orgn. Tianosnnd sewing Machinej -dtl linf. all i-lse for cash, unless blll inoniit to Ten Dt.Xars, then note at ainrfs 'ays will be taken. Call and see our Pwcr.s liefore buying A. W.BRINKEItH 3 ST Si SOU. A pril 5. i r7 1 . m .. WARRANTED fiELMBLE ine -s-.ir.'S,--ilin,r -.1 r.s. Several Reasons Stiece :ef ul Use justifies tins warrant ;unu as tuey li.-quiie only one ti lih the timctoopen r elos. nnd nr. elip.-mer in Price than other Jars, thev must bt admitted lo fie The BEST FKUITJAHS for FAMILY USE. If dealers rnnnnt aunnlr liesa Jars r.Miiiia ni.iv Save MoNi-iv. Time and Labok by writing direct to tn for prices and sizes of Family Cases of Jars. TheTrade will lind to Mieir interest to consider our Jars and Learu our Prices before ordering elsewhere. Cchansey Glas3 .alanua'g Co. 20 South Seventh St- Philadelphia T.1 gTOLL, BROTHER & CO (Successors of Warmly, Reed & Co.) Proprietors of the UPPER SANDUSKY PLANING HILL LUMBER YARD Maatifactnrers of and Dealers la Doors. iSash, I31inls BATTEN'S & MOULDINGS, Doors WinScvrs Tvzmez, Latli Alidaludrd l.SK-jED LCMBEK consist no, of i-a.uu.-.(NG, aisJiNU, And nil r;ner kiads used In ti.il.Un A e ' j keep for sale all kinds of iu in a vlUU v e will .rll reafcceMo. KCLIIEO. .C0. 3 Hi FRUIT JARS M ) M d.o l'-:U I f-;'s Si,' 'Jj Lb-,-- ko3 5, Ayer's CatliXLrtic Pillc, For nil the purposes of a Tairtlr ITihI join a. rwrUaps oooneror- cins Utaiuiiivsiraa; , reqauTMl by eve. iHM.y aa & cainarb nor was ever any b . fore so universal., adopted iuto nsc, every country a. amoag ail ci.ts", - . tais mild buteul ii- -.- purg.-oave f Ui. , obvions rca-ain i . ... that it is a rtto.-er re! v ble and far mora r-? actual remedy than any oilier. nt: hi . r - ried it, know that a enred Osem ; those wisa m. '" att, know that it cures Ueirneifrbbora and f.icj-: , Jul all kaow tiiat wb-it it doss orr ti .l-.i.' ' ray s that it never fails through any tank or a ' jectof its composition. Hchavetitous.-utd-. v b on sands of certincate of loeir re.na.itsbio cv' ; . - . C the following complaints, lint an A Ci-es ." " nown in every neigh b-.rhood, and w upci . mbli-h Uio.a. Adapted to all age, and con.nl.': . v Ballcliinaies;coatauningaeiuercala.nrloo: -cleterious drug, Uaey may bs taaea wita . . . yanyttoiiy. Their saror-cooting preacve-. t" t. " ver fresh, and makes litem plea-iaut lo t-i'-c, v n .. cing purely vegetabla, no uana caa uzua t.o - -faeir use in any quantity. They operate by their powerful Influence 03 atern'U vis -era to purify tlie blood and mrou.' .: I Into healthy action remove the oissti-u.-ak-c f tho stomach, bowels, liver, and otner oi.,ti-.- oebody, restortag tmir irregular acao.it' lis dr tad by correcting, wherever titey exis-t, su -1 c -anreiDeut i as are the lrst origin or dinea- -. Alinate directions are given iatne wrrpJ cr ei ae box, for the foliowiug conoLiiats, ml.z Ua" . rapidly core: lor OyastrpaSa or VtafUgresstloss, I-Iat!- ' eaai, Laaxaor io-l iasa, ef A p.m t -- ' bould be takeu moderately to stimulate Iu? .11; . ch, and restore its hcaluiy toae and action. 1 ,-r g.iver Coaa rtlalait and iu various srrr. Mi, aHilsowa aAradUctie, Mick sirts ele, Jaaatdlce or Oa-re-a atlcimeaas. r.- I saa Csl.c and H.i Istma ieiers, t.ry sl i.:. . e jiidi,a.u-ly takes for each ea-e, to -reri 1. iscaseil action or remove lire ooatructions ui - . au.-c it. lor RyaeBtary or nianboess, Lut o i 1:1. i do-e is generally required. Kor Kkenmails'ia. tUonr, CJr-svrf. -lltvttlon of tti.i llrart, Vsitis ta tb -ildt., Usick and Lain,, thev should Iterc-" " cn.-ly taiccn, as reUiied, to chance tlie dux-.-... ' ctioa of Uio system. Witu audi .luu:ge : -o. Omplui-iU disapitear. l or Breaij and Drevnlrtil Saeli-u,- sey should be taken In birvo and f ciueul ;. produce lhe effect of a dmatin i-mre. lor kupirrulsa a large rWe rlaI T 1 skeo as it produces the desired c.Tcu I y -. .. atiiv. ' As a mnnrr Till, take one or frro Tills I roaioic digr-tinn and relieve the stomnrSi. An occasional doe stimulnte- the ac-.Hai r -. owels hilo healthy action, rrs:o.e the r-...i lid iiiriznrates the systom. Hc-ra e it a eft. n .--antaxeous where o serious derr nse-aaii? r :. i-: -ue who feels tolcrablv well, mien fii.ds t:ir.t . ose or these "Ma makes him fe-.-l k-vkiMii . ! -. Ir, from their cleansing and rcnovaua ti ';-; i le digestive apparatus. ir.J. C. A TEH at CO., JVarfi-oJ CoV- XO VaVXX. 3LASS.. V. B. at. 3ST 353 77 MILLINERY OVV VT-3 S .- - sf. MISSES imssm.k wss2& rlving taken tins rooms oppo-'.i.; Court llouse.attove tlieMtorei i x Well 4 liVcry. -ir. of si-,..'..v:. . and Wyandot Ave. invite ;,,t ladies ol U. Sail-ll-k v ntl vicinity, to rail and examinr t.icir Slock of BONNET S AKD 0 t-1 it t rritnmen m fashi.tnnli'e PtyV iu vii :i' i:,.,il i-l r.ii.-J.i.ti of New a oik; also H.i'b'boiis. And all articles found in a fao!.: Millinery Store. TRIMMING aud ELSACr . Done on Short notice. Anril C 1S71 3 iu TO TIIE CITIZENS OF V. i DOT CO: Meeting of the O. exMi. P. 7: r"1he EcXCltcmeiil i'i;t t'ra'r X li. trecniS to!4tiyt."c.-us mxi ItEDUCED THE PrJCES TCr. Plain PairttSxr To Two dollars per .lav. t:.isis news tr those needing work ; line. For all Fancy P&fotiiig and Cfeiiv Extra charges will l.e n.:..ie. . usin Adam's itriirnv.-f: Cr;:i:;. All orders will rer:ve hit r attention and wc Wanni.t : work. Give u 11 call. Olflce in Itearii ;rcr nnu carriage and wagon e-h.-p I street, a few steps t t.s. of . corner. aMcCORMlCKeV l.VTf s PliING ANUSUiiJ-'Ei: GC nnnv eilEilP Sr OP W. A. WIB '. ? JUST JIECEI FKOM NEW Y( AXD SOLD VERY CE foe O a i3 : CALL AT HIS STQI r.o. 3 3EsaY3' : j A?sD SSI T-n c ; Custora W.,,,K tVre to 0 j Latest Stl l- ml 011 I ! J ... . . ." 'V ii rrrraaa,.Ji.a. 13 i