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FRIDAY. r SEPTEMBER 25. IHO,
- E. G. DE WOLFE, Editor.
. 1 TEEUS-12 00 Per Annum in Advance.
National Union Republican Ticket.
- OES. ULYSSES S. C1CAXT,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
' SCHUYLER COLFAX.
Republican State Ticket.
For Judge of Suprem Court,
- WILLIAM WHITE.
For Semretaru of SUU.
" ISAAC B. SHERWOOD.'
' For Member ot BomrJ of Publit H'orke,
. JAMES MOORE.
Far School Cmmwni-mrr,
JAMES A. NORMS.
For CltrK of Supreme Court.
: Fr Presidential Elector.
DAVID TOD, ) Electors
SAM L GALLOWAY, f at Large.
5th Dint DAVID THOMSON.
VOK COfcliKESS-Sth DISTRICT.
T. E. GRISELL, of Wyandot.
C. M. BUSH.
J..C VAN EM.AN.
- FOB COMMISSIONER,
FOB IBFIRMAUr D1RBCTOB,
: .i H. 1L HOSIER.
PARSON MOODY IN FINDLAY.
Tkia galLwtold veteran addressed a
larce meeting of the Republicans at
h.ru last Saturday. Not
withstanding the short notice given,
and the fact that the last ten days
. hare been busy ones for our fanners,
the meeting fully met the expectations
of the most sanguine surpassing the
boasted mass meeting of the Democra
' cy. held the previous Wednesday, "by
all odds. The meeting was called to
orderby appointing T. II. Taylor, Esq.,
as chairman, who introduced lieu.
Moody. , z
The General made a characteristic
speech, full of fire, energy and patriot
.ism. For fully three hours he held
J Us hearers enchained by his eloquence.
1 lie carried the minds of his audience
back to the commencement of the
' war, painted the valor and sufferings
of those who stood up in delence of
the Government uutil many of his hear
ers were affected to tears, then turn-
Ail aiianLion to those who had
'i'hurmans'and VallandigLams of the
North and in the most withering in
vective, arraigned . them as guilty
unnatural and fiendish sympathy with
those who were arrayed in arms
against the Government. He review
edlhe past record of their party
criticising the unpatriotic course
Seymour during the war, and denounc
dthe4Broadhead letter" of their can
didate for Vice President, in which he
urges Revolution for the puqwsc ef
overthrowing Reconstruction. Te
applause which greeted the mention
of the names of the martyrea iancoin.
and his successor in the affections
the American people, the noble Grant,
shored that the creat heart of the
people is right and with Congress on
the great questions of the day. He
calmly consider the great duty devolv-
ing upon them in the coming contest,
and asked each voter present to do
"his dnty as he understands it."
The speech throughout was listened
to attentively by the large number
present, and it no doubt will have
good effect in tho coining contest
rousing up the careless and infusing
renewed cnerjry in all. Tho General
stated, that in a tour of some three
weeks through the State, he had nev
er seen such a determined spirit ex
Libited by the Republican party
every heart-burning hushed every
feud forgotten as with ranks clown
up and hearts beating resjionsive to
the music of the Uiyon with the glo
rious result in M.-tiue and Vermont to
inspire them - they move onward to
battle and to victory.
THE TRUTH FROM A DEMOCRAT.
The Democracy are in the habit of
calling (ifn. Grant a drunkard, and
their pajters have given wide publica
tion to the scandalous and infamous
tdandcr. We Hiipjtose they will not
dispute the authority of Hon. Geo.
W. Wood ward, Democratic Congress
man from tho Xllth (Pa.) Congress
ional District, lately re-nominated by
his party, who in a nH.ech at Great
Bend, Susquehanna county, two weeks
ago, said : "It is said that General
Grant is intemperate. I know the
charge to be false. My intimate so
cial and military association with Gen
Grant through nearly all of his cam
paigns, leads me as an honest man, to
declare that the noble chieftain is not
only innocent of this unjust charge,
but that III" In vory roatwt teinjir
ale, and in all the walks of life a gen
The Maine chance of the Democra
cy has flattened out considerably.
But then, what of that ; haven't they
After Maine, what re-mains for the
Democracy will be mighty thin.
THE MAINE ELECTION.
Our neighbor of tho Courier in his
issue of the 17th publishes a dispatch
from the Enquirer of the 15th giving
the majority in Maine for the" Repub
licans at 15,000, and then figures np a
loss of 13,000, by going back to 1866.
We now propose to adopt the strategy
of our neighlor and go back" on
figures, the result of which is as fol
lows : President Polk, in 1844, car
ried Maine by 1 1 ,34 1 . The Republi
can majority in Maine, this year will
be over 21,000, (not 15,000 as our
neizhborofthe Courier would have us
lelieve,) and consequently our gain
since 1844 is over 33.000. How
does our neighbor like the exhibit ?
Brick Pomoroy, will more honesty
and fairness than our neighbor thus
soliloquizes on tlio news from Maine ;
'The State election in Maine ha
besn held the smoke has lifted the
Republicans have over 20,000 majori
ty. W e are deieaiea mere anu uo
not like it. We met the enemy m
Maine and are theirs They whipped
iih there worse than we 8upHsed they
would or could, and it hurts. Duty
to our readers a desire to speak truth
makes us admit a defeat there a
stronger Reuublican vote tlian we
looked for. We did not expect to
carry the State nor to make heavy
gams there, borne editors nave brag
ged on the great prosjtocts there, and
told their readers the Democrats were
to carry the State. And now they
tell us we were not worsted in the
Maine fight ; but vie are !
THE SCHEMES OF VALLANDIGHAM.
A corresjMMidont in the Cincinnati
Gazette asserts that the Democracy are
colouizin: voters in the Third Con
gressional District to defeat that stur
ly old veteran, General Suhenck, and
foist upon the eople that thrice, con
victed, miserable traitor Vallan Ji-ham.
He says that on the 15th inst., a
dispatch was received by Mr. Craig
section master on the Dayton Sc Mich
igan Railroad, at Wajakoiieta, in this
District, instructing him to send all his
hands to the grartl bank at Dayton
That a Democratic voter in Butler
county, while ' under tho influence or
tangle-foot, divulged the fact that ar
rangements had been made to import
voters from Kentucky.
That eighteen voters have gone
from Mower eoonty into tho Third
District; wiUdn a month.
That men are hired in Mercer, Al
len and Hardin counties, to go to
Montgomery and Butler counties to
work as farm bands.
The above reveals the desperate
straits to which our opponents are
reduced, and the despicable means to
winch they will resort to defeat the
will of the people. Now in order to
defeat this nefarious plot we would
advise the following measures :
1. Let oar Republican voters in the
Third District watch every new com
er carefully and find out at once his
former place of residence.
2- Let our .Republican friends in the
different counties of this District have
an eye on tli-se wandering fellows, and
spot them send lists to Butler and
feat their plans.
HOW DEMOCRATS CIPHER OUT A
The New York Time, in comment
ing on the desperate efforts of the
World to make a Democratic triumph
out of the election in Maine, says :
The means by which the World ar-
nves at its "graurying result, consists,
of course, in a manipulat ion of figures
in its late Vermont style. It gives
table embracing Maine elections Iroro
1800 to 1807 inclusive, but leaves out
altogether five of the eight years!
That is to-day. it takes the results in
1800, 1864 and 1806, but oniits those
of 1861. 1862. 1803, 1805, and 1867,
And so hard pushed is it to make the
news of 1808"gratitying, that it com
nares the November elections in 1860
and 1804 with Scpteinler election
1 808, although the Republican major
itv was srreatly increased at these dec
'the-figures ot only one
eight tor comparison with those of today,
and that is tho way it hopes to
;ull its credulous readers into the be
lief that the result in Maine indicates
the election of Seymour and Blair,
We copy from the Ohio Mate Jour
nal a brief but excellent article head
ed "Decrease of the National Debt,"
to which we invite the attention of
our readers. The article in question
puts an effectual quietus upon the mis
erable fabrications of tho opposition,
who act on the old adage that 'a lie
well stuck to is as good as tho truth.'
Wesk for it a candid and careful eru-
sat by tax-payers ot Initli parties.
Vallah iKiii am went to New York
City and obtained funds of tho Demo
cratic managers to the amount of sev
feral thousand dollars with which he
proposes to colonize enough Demo
cratic voters from other Districts to
carry his election. We hoixj that the
Republicans, in the heavy Democratic
counties in this District, will keep track
of the patriots who are slipping over
the Wrder to aid the Canadian exih
in his race. Watch them I
COUNTY vs. STATE TAXES.
Plow-holders of Hancock County.
you paid iu 1S07, 18,000 to carry on
the government of Hancock County
with Democratic officials, and only $7,-
498,05 to pay the expenses of the State
Government under Repultlicau rule.
One currency for all, bondholders
and plowholdcrs, when it has a gold
basis (as Seymour favors,) is certainly
right. As all admit that holders of
the 10 40 bonds must have gold, the
Ana currency doctrine must mean gold.
or it means a cheat
JEltflwcaic at which Hancock County
is taxed for county and local purposes
would raise off the whole nation more
than $000,000,000 a year enough
to jwy one-lonrtn of the National
el.t No wonder we hear ot heavy
WHO GOT THE MONEY?
WHO GOT THE MONEY? To the Tax-payers of Hancock County.
l on are told by Glcssner, Aaaerson,
GribbeatTe Co, that your taxes are
enormous, in fact crushing and yon
are heavily taxed, but who is responsi.
ble? Read this ono item of taxation.
The county Commissioners of your
county Democrats all of them have
levied, and yon will have paid at the
end of this year the following amounts
of taxes from the year 1861 to 1868 in
clusive, for bridge purposes only .
1861.. 10.169 67 -
1802 - $3,291 57
1863 $2,720 96 ,.
1864 ..83,573 84
.1865....- - ...3,604 28
1860 .-$11,272 05
1867...-.-. $7,498,05 ,
1808 -..$7,600,00 '
A grand total of $49,730 42 for
bridge purposes alone in eight years
or an average of $6,216 30 per year.
Where is the money and where are
the bridges ? Look at the bridge at
Heck's mill, in Liberty tp. What has it
cost, and what benefit has been to the
travelling community? Impassable ever
since its erection, uo the whole
length of tho Blanchard River, and the
creeks within bounds of, the comity,
and you will uot find a respectable, and
hardly a safe bridge on any of thoin.
Yet this is Democratic economy
Democratic rule in Hancock county.
Tax-jttiyers, in the name of dwtncy,
luive you not had quite enough of tliis
useless waste of money?
WHERE RESTS THE RESPONSIBILITY?
WHERE RESTS THE RESPONSIBILITY? Let Tax-Payers Decide.
Three defalcations within six years
in this county ought to awaken every
tax-payer to a sense of his duty.
We ask the Democratic officials of
the county the Commissioners in
particular why no investigation has
boeu made of the financial affairs of the
couuty no statement published as
the law provides ?
We ask, further, why the Prosecut
iug Attorney of Hancock couuty has
not prosecuted said Commissioners
for not. having made such statement as
provided . for in the following act,
which may be found in Vol 63, page
128, of the laws passed in 1869: 1
. . AN .ACT,
To amend section, seven of an act fur
titer to prescribo the duties of coun
ty commissioners, passed April 8,
185C,' as amended February 20,
Skctiom-1. He it enacted by ike
General Assembly of the State of Olio,
That section seven of the above-recited
act be amended so as to read as fol
Section 7. It shall be the duty ofi
the county commissioners, annually,
on or before the second Monday in
September, to make a detailed report
in wnting, to the court of common
pleas of the county, of their official
transactions during the year next pre
ceding the time ot making said report,
giving an accurate statement of tlie
financial affairs of the county, w hich
cbmk'y, all "dIrecledLy the court to
whom the same is made, and the court
shall cause the same to bo investigated
and examined by two' suitable persons
to be appointed by the court and the
prosecuting attorney of the county,
who, in case ot any violation of law, is
hereby directed to c&uao the same to
be prosecuted according to the nature
of the case; and if any county com
missioners in this state fail or neglect
to make the report required of them
by this act at the time therein required,
they shall be fined in any ' sum not ex
ceeding one hundred dollars; and it is
hereby ntado the duty of the prose
cuting attorney of any such county,
to prosecute in the court of common
pleas, as is provided by law in similar
cases, any one or all of such- county
commissioners who shall neglect to
refuse to publish tho required state
Sac. 2. That section seven of the
act aforesaid, be and tho same is bore
I Itv rnryia nl
from and after its passsage.
Speaker pro tem. the House of Representatives.
ANDREW G. McBURNEY,
President of the Senate.
April 5, 1866.
In Hjx aking of tho acts of the lie-
publican party in so enormously tax
ing tho Farmer, Mr. G. F. Pendleton,
Chief Clerk in tho Collector's office,
5th District, said in a speech at Vanlue,
"that if the Republican party remained
in powor seven years longer, there
would not be substance enough left
in the . land to nourish a sick grass
There were just twenty-three farmers
and Stock-dealers in this eoonty who
paid an income tax in 1868, and they
paid the enormous sum of $549,61 tax
aow U. . had tho books in his con
trol, and knew this fact, but concealed
THE MASS MEETING.
Tho Republican County Central
Committee are making preparations
for the mass meeting to bo held in
this place on the 7th of Octolcr. Gen
W. H. Gibson, Hon.: Wm. Lawrence
and others speakers have been written
to, and there is no doubt bnt what
able speakers will le secured for the
occasion. We liopo there will be a
general attendance of the people
Make yonr arrangements, friends ot
the cause, to be with as on that day.
THE RESULT IN COLORADO.
A dispatch from St. Louis, dated
tho 19th, says Tfie Denver Iribnne
makes the Republican majority in
Colorado 66, with two recincts to
The peninsula on which Sinai
rests is to be surveyed to determine
the true line .ol march of the Jews
from Egypt, and the true mountain
of the law.
A young lady in New York has eot
such a perfect "Grecian Bend" that
she has earned the title of bean in
stead of belle. 1
It the County Commissioners take
the promisory note of Shafcr fc Andor-j
son for tlOO. parable in one year as a
compromise for their liability upon the
forfeited bail bond ofilarrison, amount
ing to $200, for how much will they
compromise the $3,600, amount of the
late Treasurer's defalcation?
If the bond of Harrison for $200f
realizes a promisory note of 8100 to
the county, how much will McCahan's
bail bond realize?
If the defalcation of Treasurer Van
Lue, amounting to nearly $3,000 is
compromised lor $1,600, how much
money docs Hancock county make
under twenty years of Democratic
rule, by three defalcations within six
HON. T. E. GRISELL
Our candidate for Congress, has ad
dressed several meetings in the county
during thejlast week. Mr. G.'s speeches
are able and argumentative and carry
conviction with them, ibese quai
itics, added to his pure per
sonal character, make hini very
popular with our people, and we con
fidently predict that the election in
October will show the Democracy '
tho District in general, and this county
in particular, that no more popular or
leltcr man could have been selected
as our staudard-bcarer.
THIS AND THAT.
Farmers of Hancock county, you pay
$549 61 annually to suport tho Gen
eral Government, while you pay only
$18,000 taxes, under tho tho nanio ol
County Exjiense Fnnd, to support tb
Democratic officeholders of Hancock
The Democrats say, through their
representative man. Mr. Pendleton,
of Findlay, Ohio, that tho peoplo
Hancock County aro groaning under
oppressive national taxation ; and then
add that it takes most of tho tax to
pay the offices! Tho Johnson apiuin-
tees must must be rather ravenous, if
two of them in each county cannot
fivs off these oppressive taxes!
A German Republican paper is to be
started in Portsmouth by Mr. IS
Formm of Cincinnati.
InThad. Stevens's district they
have teen balloting for his successor,
In the primaries, Mr. O. J. Dickey is
Tho neighbors of Hon. William H.
Seward understand that he is decided
ly in favor of the election of Graut and
Tho Ohio State Journal predicts that
Robert T. Lincoln will be a Republi
can member of Congress from Chicago
withiu five years.
A writer iu tho Racine (Wis ) Ad
vocate proposes the name of John F.
Potter ("old bowio")tor United Slates
Senator from Wisconsin.
Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and
Indiana hold thoir State elections on
Oct. 13, West Virginia on Oct. 22,
and Iowa and California on Nov. 3d.
A vote was taken on the westward
bound train from Albany on tho 10th,
The caiivansor aaked one pwtlt-miui
how he voted. "I am a Seymour man.''
It was Seymour himself.
Gen! Carl Schurz made a speech in
Detroit on Friday evening, in which
he said that from his own lervati n
he was prepared to promise that if U e
Republicans of New York worked
throughout the campaign as they were
working now, they would carry the
Empire State by a glorious majority,
such as she gave Lincoln in 1800, and
there were even strong hopes felt by
the Republicans of New Jersey of re
deeming that state . .
The Cleveland Herald says : "At a
Republican meeting at Waynesburg,
recently, the Zo rites, a communion of
German separatists, now grown quite
wealthy, and who havo always hereto
fore kept away from (oliticalmectingss
wore out in full force. They cauio in
procession, thus testifying their great
interest in tho Presidential campaign.
The Zoaritcs-' -way Im !oyJ
pwpic, being Quakers of very liberal
ideas, and have always freely contrib
uted for the Republican cause, but
this was the brst political meeting they
The jSST. Louis De mot-rat gives
encouraging view of the prospects of
the Republicans m Missouri It thinks
the State as safo as Massachusetts fer
Grant and Colfax, and says if the Re
publicans in strong counties do their
best they ought to have 80,000 major
ity. It further says: "Five Congress
ional Districts are beyond doubt,
while four are so closo that a few votes
may determine tho result. We may
carry one of them, if from now until
.November onr ' friends' do their lit
most. And with that sort of work wo
can roll an such a majority against
Blair and counter revolution as wil
consign that pestilent demagogue to
[From the New York Tribune]
DETAILS OF THE REPUBLICAN VICTORY.
Santa. Fk, N. M., Sept 10. On the
7tu inst., we beld our election for Rep
resentatives to tho Territorial Lccisla
ture. Justices of tho peace, Ac. The
issue was clearly and fairly made, the
Republican party (sometimes known
as the Chaves party,) running on the
Chicago platform for Grant and Col-
lax; the Copperheads (sometimes
known as tne Clever party,) on the
New York platform for Seymour and
Blair. The result in this countv is a
maioritv oi auout no lor ine lleimb-
ucan iictet, wuicu wouiu nave been
at least 250 if we could have polled a
i- . i t i
lull vote. uov. Mitchell, Designated
Depository UoIIins, Collector Blum-
ner, Indian Agent Quintan a, and oth
er officials, voted and supported the
Assessor Breeden, and Postmaster
Martin are tbe only United States
officers who voted with and supported
tho Republicans. Last year the vote
for delegate (Chaves and Clever) was
a tie in this county. New Mexico has
about 100,000 inhabitants, and will
ere long become a State. The Lema.
lature this Winter will be two-thirds
Republicans, and if Republicans in the
East will givens their sympathy and
support we will make her thoroughly
Republican, and cast the electoral vote
of tbe State of New-Mexico for the
Republican candidate ia 1872.
The New York Tribune thus speaks
oi Hie encourageing prospects and the
duties of Union men in the coming con-
Our friends now assembling in Wash
ington find, on a comparison of notes,
that tho skies are everywhere bricht.
r- . ... ry
senator Cameron pledges Pennsylva
nia for ten- thousand iu October. Gov.
Morton and Speakcr'Colfax are content
with no small figures for Indiana; and
unmans talk ot nothing less than a
majority of twenty five thousand.
which considering their last, ought to
bo satisfactory, but, considering what
they havedone, cannot be called re
markable. We rejoice with the re
joicing Congressmen at these happy
prospects; but we beg them to re ,
member that only hard work has giv
en suuh promise to the canvass, and
only a continuation of this hard work
can make it good at the polls. We
have plenty of voters gentlemen, to
give an overwhelming majority mine
Meetoral College to Grant and Colfax.
Let it be your care that no exertion is
spared to have them record their votes.
And, above all, 1st every one remem
ber that the best way to organize vic
tory in November throughout the
Union is to secure triumphant Repub
lican victories in October in Pennsyl
vania, Ohio, and Indiana.
GOODWIW HOWARD. Ob Tkutadmr
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NOTICE la hereby given that the under
signed baa been duly appointed ad
minim rator I tke estate of Benjamin Whm
man, late of lianooox oounlr, deoeaaed.
K. T. Dims, AU'y.
Sep. 19. ISCSolftwS.
SIM BON 8HAFEK. Plaintiff, aralnat M. D
Miller. Dntendent. Beloro I). B. Beardaley
J. P. of Kludliy township, Hanoock couuty
On the 14th day of September. A. P. 186S
aid junlice iiuel aa order ol attachment In
tke above actum lor ine eum or in. is.
Plndlay, O , 8pt. 21, lstii. nlSwS.
THE STATE OF OHIO,
Auditor of State's Office
Department of Iasnranoe,
COMjMBUS. JANUARY IS, ISC8.
T IS HEREBY CEBTIFIED, That the
Hartfoil Fire Insiirance Qunpaij,
Located at Hartford. In tbe State of Connec
ticut, haa com). lied. In all respects, with the
laws of llila state relating to euoh Insurance
Companies, lor the current year, and has
Sled In nils once a sworn statement, by the
proper Officers, showlnc its ooadltloo and
business, at the dale of euoh Statement, aa
Amount of atual nald np Cap
Aggregate amount or available
AiweU, 1 I8.120.T9
Agicregata amouat of Liabilities, BSJ..W
amount or inoome lor tne pre
ceding rear 1X73,681.69
Amount ol Kzpendlturea for the
preceding year, I.41S.36S OS
IN WITHERS WHEUEOP. t have hereunto
nbsorlbed my name, and caused the seal of
, , my onice to be affixed, tne day and
ssiL. 1 year above written.
j Ao. H. uuuain,
Auditor of Butt
Hancock County, and Vicinity,
Por the well-known Institution, whose
116th Beml-Annual htatement Is published
above. All olaasea of Pire Insurance effect
ed oa favorable terms. b18U.
New Store Room.
C A R IM A H A M ' 8.
Jast opened at on
one of, the aleeet aaeorlauat of new
Fall tzi Winter Gods,
Which we are prepared to sell as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
Ceil la and see as. aa we do not ooaalder It
say trouble to show
Iks old lolk
Buy at Carnahan's
Buy at Oar&aha&'fl
Bay U Carat avluaai,.
Bemember Us Cheap
ONE PRICE STORE.
HATS ACin aadci
II. II. QORE
Having just returned (rom Hew York wlU his
Aa STY LBS Or
Hats and Gaps,
Vow offers them to the puello
Cheaper tkaa ike Cheameat-
All yoa have te do. to be eoavlaaed of the
raot, is to just lo oall and see for toarMlves
Also a targe stock of
PaaulooabU styles of
TIES AND BOW8
Of the lataat styles.
PAPER AND LINEN CUFFS,
All si wklok will he sold al
FOB CASH OSTLT.
It Is ao troubw to te aaow goads. Call and
examine tor yourselves, at B. . OOU'B,
on door Mouth of lmBuaa luini.
JL I 2s
J. KEMBLE & CO.'S
IF YOU WANT
umm amiss eauDSj
J. K EM BLK & CO.
IF YOU WANT
Cheap and Good Flannels
J- KEMBLE & CO.
IF YOU WANT
A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHING
J. KEMBLE & CO.
IF YOU WANT.
HAND MADE DOOTS,
For men or boys,
J. KEMBLE & CO
IF YOU WANT A
NICE HAT OR CAP
J. KEMBLE & CO.
What Ever You Want in
Gr O O IED S3
J. Eemble & Co. have them.
''CHEAP FOR CASH."
J. KEMBLE & CO.
Tuesday, October 13, 1868.
ThT. STATE OP OHIO, 1
Uanoork County. J
TelAv Qumlifitd Muter of id Camty-
la i-ursaaace of a law of aakl SlaU, regu.
ntlr elielM-na tfcertia, I, A. Tar gar. act
rg Sheriff of the 1'oanty ft Hanaeok, store,
aid, do hereby proclaim aad asako ksowa,
SEfflKD TDMY K OCTDEES,
tnno IV mini, on tbouaand eight hundred
.id sixty-eiitht. being the TMI BTKUTB DAY
P A ID MotiTU. la. by tho ConstltuUoa aad
awa of said Stale, appointed aad mSe a day
which Ike qualiSed electors ot oavd Coaa.
y hall meet at their proper place, at baki
ng electiona m their respective townships,
between the hour, of els eoloek A. M.aad six
r'cli-ck P. U. of said day, aad proceed U
-loci, by ballot, lha following Bute and Ceaa
y officers, to-wlt:
One persna for Secretary of Stat. -' -On
person for Sapreme Jadgw. '
Ote prson for Stat. School Commlmtoaer.
Ono person for Member of the Board of
PaUlo Works. :r-J
On. parson tor Clstk of Baprsme Co art.
On. person for Rapraseetiv la Conaress
lor the Fifth Congressional District, oompoood
if th. coui.lles . of Banocck, Wyandot, Bar.
lin, jflUn, Aua-laiz., Mercer and Yaa Wert.
One pereon lor Sheriff.
One person for Auditor. ; i
On. person for Treasurer-
One persoa tor Beord.r. '
Ore persoa for Commissi ner.
One pei son for InOimaxy Director.
On. p.raoa lor Coroner.
And whereas, by aa Set of lhe Lsgtalatar.
f the rut. ff Ohio, paaaed Febraarr Sill,
1X31, It la made the duty o the abort, at
be lime ol proclaiming the Bleettoa, to give
notice to the Iruateee ol th. several Uwn
hlps, of tbe umber of person. h rotvra.
id aa Jurors Jrm eaoh township. . -
The apportlonm.nl of Jurors, aa mad. by
ib. tlerk of th. Court of Court 1 Cumawa
fleas, to be returned, rs as fuUowa :
-Given ander my band and seal.
( 8 K A I. V the hhertg oOee. Iw Ptadlay,
KTzjMo eighth day of oepUmner,
tnno U mini, os. thousand eight haadreS
Aetlsg Sheriff ol Baneek Co., O.
September S, IHdS. eekllallaA.
WAMEIX , r
ll p.rsons U.uttl.d wlU VnoMrom eV
natlpatloa of the Bowel, to buy Bobaek'a
iilood Pills; they contain no mereury. aro
purely vegetable and work Ilk. a eharm; eaa
laaen witn eaieiy ny persons of aa i
ad In all eondiUon. or Mfe.
bold by Prey P.tUnger, Plndlay, O.
11HE IMJAKU OK HCllOOl. BT AM.
A INKKS of Haitoock County, will nvseAat
Mo Bohool Hums In Dletrlcl Mo. S, Ptndtay
4wnaliip, for th. examinaUoav of f.acher.
-n th. following day. daring th. year IMS:
Saturday, March 71 h. .
" March Hat.
" April 4th.
April lit h.
" May th.
- May 13rd.
" fcepu mboi Sib.
" November 7th.
M November lias. -
" December (th.
" December l!Kh.
Examinations to eon
senoo at hair past ato.
Eaoh applicant Is required to pay th. Its.
miners a fee ot fifty cants oa ecurlag th
-lass. -, . , . ,
All applicant, are required to furnleh wHu'
l.n tastimonlala of rood aanral .kmva.. .
those who have keea engaged ae leaoaara ta
btaln thes. from their lael mpw.ra, who'
will also certify to their falthruiaee atfcl sno
mas as teachers; which lesUaionJal. vlll bo
(epl en flle.
No oertiflcate will be Issued without .
imlnatlon: no private examlnatioaa am ka
leld ; no certificate will ba antedated ; a
lanuiuaie win u umim lor re-examlna
ion wiiam urn manias alter a aeoond fatH
ire. Applleanta are re q see ted to faralak-
peoimena of penmanship.
Those who fall to comply with lha ahow
requlaitiona will not be admitted fiarm rnsi
nation. - . 4
By order of th. Board.
. . Jon BOWMAM. .
laa-lr Reeretarr Board oi xaasiaew '
Book and Job luting.
EVERY DESCRIPTION ,
PLAIN AND FANCY f RIMS :
micm AS , - . i
Etc, ; Etc I
rSATLT BXSCTTSB A? TUTS
jefFepsQa.an Job QCc
AT mSASOSASLS SATSS. ; I
L YAOULD reapeotruUy tatorm th
f V pubUo that h aas removed his
Henderson's Block. TJa SUlrt, M Dom
Where ae la prepared to do Tailor! a la all
itsbranohea. CUTTINU DONS IN OOOO
4TYL and warranted to St- Term reason
able. AarDon't foraet th. nhuaaHaada
eon'. Block, np slslra, aeoond door from tho
Ladles, who. durlnc certain period ar so
much troubled with Costivenee. or Const!.
iation. eaa find certain roller la Boback's
Blood Pills, whloh caa be taken during ail
stage of pregaanoT with perfect safety.
bum by rrey a atunaer, ruauan u.
Kaahood : How Lost, How lldwtarsd.
Ojust pnbiisned, a new edrtloa or Dr.
Culverwsll's Celebrated Kaaer oa th
radical car (without BMdiatne) of
vpaermatorrmiea, w nvmirmi nniaaw, la
voluntary Bemlaal Loaae. 1 at potency. Mes
ial and Physical Incapacity, Impediments t , , i
Marriare. eto- also voasumptlon. KDllny.
ad Pita, Indaced by sslt-ladalgsno or sex
Prlo, In a sealed envelope, only s
Th celebrated author, la thl admlrabi.
av. clearly demonstrate from a thirty
Tsars' suoceastul practice, that th alarming
eonaaoaencea of self abuos saay be radically
oared without th da nj.ro aa ae ofexUrnal
medicine or th application ot th knim;
pointing out a mode ot eur at ono aimpl,
certain, and effectual, by me ana of which
every su Barer, ao matter what hie conditio
ay be, may cure himself oheaply, prlvat-
iT,!Z?lZrtZ'ro ehou-'d c la th kaada of
svery youth la th land.
u.i- ander seal, la a plain eavelon. tn -
ut address, postpaid, oa reeaipt of six
cants, or two poet stamp. Also, Dr. Ca
verweU'. -Marriage tiuld.,M prlc 16 oenta.
Address th Publishers,
CH AB. J. C. CLINK A CO
127 Bowery, U. Yn Posv-Ofio Box