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The Largest, Finest, and Host Complete Line of FOOT WARE ever
brought to Findlay, has just been received by
Cafl and Examine our WIXTER GOODS, Durable CALFSKIN
BOOTS and SHOES, RUBBERS, RUBBER BOOTS, ire. Also a
Complete Assortment of FINE GOODS. From our NEW STOCK
yon can Select ANYTHING you want.
We have an unprecedented variety of goods
suitable for HOLIDAY
Tnese goods are all useful and at the same time
wail ad Anted to the Holidav Trade. We have
Ladies and Gents' Silk
Uink,Seal and Otter Furs,Childrens' and Misses'
Furs, all styles, Ladies' City-Made - Sacques
Ladies' Paisley Shawls.Ladieb', New Style Wool
en Shawls. Our variety is so large we hope
every one wishing goods of this class will call
on us before purchasing:. We have a large
stock of Ladies' Kid Gloves all color3. Ladies and
Misses' Hosiery,; Nubias, Misses' Hoods. v All
kinds of Dress Goods from Calicoes to Silks in
greater variety than will be found in any other
store in Hancock County. Everything in House-
kee-niner Goods such
Table Cloths, Towels and Blankets.
BU Y YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENTS AT
as Linen Napkins and
A BOOK TO EVERY ADVANCE PAY
A Book by 500 Ladies.
U Ibc UOo of a new volume ot 1M em
. .' Bracing aboot- . - . .
1,000 Prictlcil Kiectpes and Hints
, , . w- THE TOILET,
I j THE SILK BOO, Etc.
I wxmtaiaa more information tlin do hc tl.fO
' and fiOO cook books, besides possessing the im
portant advantage ever all othcrt of being
Practical Experiences of Practical
. Home,, Keepers.
These select, original and practical contribu
tion from an many ladles have never before ap
peared is book form, and ibis Tola roe is the tint
and only compils lion.
IT bar Earlaslve Ceetrel ef Us txk la thi
1,litf. mmi It eaa be Uia4 ea'r
thnaah Tata Offles.
' fr.py ol this Dseful at Cniqne Volume
j will BB :
Prtavatea1 ts Every Advance Psylaf !
1 KCBSCSIBES ' ' j
! FIHDLAT JKFFEB10HIAN I
This is the Choicest Premium EverGiv
en to newspaper hnbscribers.
gotnething; of real and practical value. The
ladies a ill be delighted with it. Slake hp your
kUbscripUons no. If your neighbors don't take
the JfmBSOKiAH, tell them of this offer. They
all want (ha paper and the book. You get thr
"Largest and Beat" newspaper, and a capital,
practical, aseful book of 160 pages, for the price ol
the paper only.
; Now is Tour Opportunity.
Flwlay. Ohtav. Dee 20. 1878.
HERE AND ELSEWHERE-WISE AND
When a woman gets a red spot on the
end of her nose the world chantab'y re
marks that her blood is out of order; bnt
josf. let that red spot appear on a man's
nose, and every one will declare the?
smell whisky as soon as they get within
twenty feet of him.
Loos Oct ! For Bargains in Shawls
and Sacques at Patterson's.
A VU UU1UUB BOUrCB U194rrIvaJillAJI
for one year, and also pays for a copy of
the, "Home Guide," the best Cook Book
extant. Come right in, make us happy
and secure the best local and general
newspaper in Northern Ohio.
An exchange says that if those inter
ited in clicking s'oves Will try greasing
them with fresh grease before blacking
they wiQ find that it prevents them from
rusting. Add a pinch of brown sugar.1
to the blacking just before applying.
This causes it to stick, and it polish e
much easier, and with half the usual
We hare received a letter for publics
tion from Mt Blanchard signed "Anon
ymous." . It is not accompanied by the
real name of the writer, as a guarantee
of good tuih.&nd is written upon both
sides of the paper. 'These two violations
of the rules of correspondence would
condemn any communication to ' the
waste basket , However, the letter from
"Anonymous'' would not be published ii
tne rules were eompuea wita as n con-
fiats almost wholly of personal abuse, to
5 which we do not devote our columns.
We have jast received a large numbeT
of that splendid Cook Book, the ''Home
' Gaide," which are ready for distribution
. to our subscribers on payment for the
lien s nana nut bocks iur cents ai
. a a a , . A. . .
Patterson's. , ,
We are indebted to Jeremiah Cox for
a section of what is called a Centennial
Squash. The length of said squash was
21 feet and the circumference thereof
was 5 feet. If anybody knows any rea
son why this squash should not be pro
nouneed the mammoth squash of the
freest year, let aim speak, or forever
t :.:rL-i tiirjaee So mote it be.
Don l you forget that every person
paying for the Jeffeksoxian will be en
titled to a copy of that invaluable work
the "Home Guide."
To our farmer friends we would say,
don't be putting your name to an order
for a seed sower or any other implement
which tramping tradesmen have for sale.
Ten chances to one the order will turn
out to be a note lor flUU which some
chap will want you to pay.' The fellows
plying this dodge are in the field in an
adjoining county. Take our advice and
it may save yon many dollars.
Look! Look! At Patterson's new silk
handkerchiefs for holiday presents.
The Trustees of Perrysburg Twp.bave
been in consultation with the Council of
Perrysburg, with reference to establish
ing a stone yard whereby tramps may
earn an Honest living. A brier law
passed by tho Legislature of New Hamp
shire last winter fixed the gentry in that
State. In substance it is this: . "Any
tramp who begs is arrested; if he is not I
a native of the State he is sent to State
prison for three years; if a . resident of
the State he Is sent to the town where
he belongs; a reward of $50 is given for
the arrest and conviction of a tramp."
Some measures might be taken here to
utilize the tramp to a good advantage.
The streets are in a bad condition, but
if the membeis of the fraternity were ar
rested for begging, vagrancy, ere. and put
o work upon the streets breaking stone
and the like, they could be put in good
condition by spring with but little cost
to the borough, and besides it would be
great benefit to the commnnity in rid
ding it of tramps.
In the church of God Bethel of this
city next babba.n morning and evening
he pastor Elder W P Small will dis
course on the subject of revivals.
The biker, Mr Lamb prepares the
nicest kind of "buns." Just the thing
for a good meal. Try Lhem
Fancy articles of all kinds on Patter
son s Five Cent Counter. r; li '- ,
A select quadrille party will be given
at Wheeler's Hall, Tuesday evening De
cember 81st Music by the Norihwes
era Orchestra. Refreshments at C B
The salutatory of C G Barnd as editor
and proprietor of the Reporter appeared
in last week's issue of that paper. - J K
Barnd, its former editor and proprietor
contemplates going to Kansas, as a tiller
of the soiL
Dr T F Woodworth was thrown from
his Bulky, at Benton; one day kst week,
and received a black eve and other slight
bruises. ' -- .
Notice! Patterson's holiday goods be
fore buying elsewhere.
Go to Ebling's to select a nice overcoat
from that lot of five bundled that is go-
ing off like hot' cukes ?atJ hnbeard of
prices. He is not selling off a bankrupt
stock and U permanently located here.
He is not here to day and away to mor
row or as soona&s a worthless stock is
disposed of. He sells first class goods
that will not rip, cheaper than any so
called bankrupt stock can be sold, and
warrants them. 'If purchaser it not
satisfied with goods after having puiv
chased, satisfaction will be guaranteed
him, or the money will be refunded.
a xnocK aown or two resulting in a
couple of bloody heads occurred Satur
day night. No arrests.
Miss Mary Horn slipped on the icy
sidewalk west of the Park, Monday, and
broke ber right wrist
The first sleighing of the seasonwas
taken advantage of by a few. Tuesday
afternoon. Sleds and sleighs have been
oat every day since, bat is rather rough
running on such a light snow, off of Main
street- , ..
' Ms communication too late for (his
Toys, Candies, Nats,Fruits and every-
tning good at Unar iie nail a. Dont for
get to come and lay in your s'.ock.
Ladies Beady Made Sacques and
another invoice of 8hawls just received
st Elmee & Swalley'a.
Pupils of the A Grammar Department
of the Union Schools assisted by outside
talent will give an entertainment at the
Opera House Christmas night A good
programme has been arranged conclud
ing with the laughable farce of "Jumbo
Jam" enacted by the leading amatuer
comedians of the city. The proceeds ol
the exhibition wiQ go towards canceling
a debt contracted by the school in par-
chasing an orean some tune ago.
50 gallons select oysters; 200 cans solid
oysters, and 60 dozen choice celery, for
tTairiafmaa at Charlie Hall's. -.
The M E Sunday School will rive an
en ertamment in the church on Christ-
,nm Ere. Admission 10 cents..-;
"Heary Dietsch had his right haad se
verely bnr.ied Wednesday while stirring
a fire in a cannon stove by a sudden cx
Dlosion of eas which is characteristic
with those stoves.
H B Green has a fine line of silver aud
china ware, vaes, etc., suitable for holi
dav sifts. He also keeps a fall line of
family groceries and provisions.
For a nice holiday presents get that
gold band French China, (Havilsnl's
best .Tea Set of CC Dieces. for $1300. at
Christmas will be here next week and
if yon want to make a present go to E S
Kimber's,in Wheeler's Block, and select
some of his elegant stock of watches
jewelry or silver ware. He sells the
cheapest of any one in to xrn.
That Moss Rose China Chamber S-'et,
of 11 pieces, is just the thing for a Ch ri:-
mas present, at Metzler s
The Presbvterian Bazar which v as
held at Wheelers Hall Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday evenings wss a
grand success financiallyand other wise.
Elmes fc Swalley offer greater bargains
than ever in Silk Handkerchiefs for
holiday present. Prices from 10c to
Sunday evening Mr Henry Dietech's
saloon was entered through the transom
over the door leading from the boarder's
sitting room by some person or persons
who partook of beer, whisky and cigars
and departed, leaving the glasses and
cigar box on the counter. Mr Die's' h
and his wife were in their private tilting
room at the time. .
Parties wanting Ice Cream for Christ
mas or New Years should leave orders
by Mcnday at Charlie Hall's.
Will Carlin had his hand sprained ly
fall upon the sidewalk Tuesday.
Dr A L Davis sprained his back .
urday in pulling a ftmce post from tue
ground, and in consequence thereof was
laid up for a few days.
Oyster suppers supplied with ojsters
and crackers, at special prices, at Charlie
Elmes cfc Swalley have just added
another large lot of cashmeres to their
already complete stock cf dress goods
Hon. H P Gage still lives in about the
same condition, though he is more rest
less, and his case is not considered as
favorable as it was a few days ago.
Last Saturday, Marshal Owston, of
Delaware, captured one McGriffin,an a
caped prisoner from Newark. He hd
torn his clothing to shreds and was play
ing the insanity dodge.
While Chauncey Eich, aged si xty, was
engaged in running a buzz saw at Ed
gerton Bros' sash and blind factory, in
Fremont, last Friday morning, his hand
was cut in a shocking manner, by an
accidental slip of the board he was saw
In Toledo, last Saturday afernoon.
while five young men were playing "pc
dro" for the drinks, in a saloon at 215
Summit street an objection was raised
Isaac Williams, one of the party, that
two strangers in the game had looked at
each other's hands, whereupon one of
them seized a chair and struck him on
the back part of the head, while the
other stranger drew a revolver and shot
him in the forehead just above the lefi
eye. The two strangers then lied. Wil
liams is not expected to live.
J C Johnston, the Fremont architect.
celebrated his fiftieth anniversary at
Fremont on the 8th inst
George Boley, charged with assaulting
Wells and robbing him of $15 and a
watch, was before the Mayor of Fostoria
the 9ih. The prosecution failed to
in an appearance, leaving the Mayor
a state of ignorance of what to do.
young man walked of
A girl by the name of Tiiberry, in
East Forest, has gone crazy. She recent
gave birth to an illegitimate child.
Hi Parks, the Upper Sandusky burg
is reported to have fled to other porti
on the 7th.! He was out on bail and took
advantage of it
Thieves are bold at Fremont, and
don't hesitate to steal buffalo robes, &c,
from buggies, early in the evening.
The Marshal of Fremont arrested Ed
Wilnon, an escapee fiom the Toledo
Reform Farm, last week, and was taking
him to Toledo by train. Near Millbrory
prisoner evaded the Marshal, jumped
from the train and made for the woods
The Marshal followed to the ground
was unable to join in the race.
Fremont city hall has been completed
except the frescoing. .
Wm Hed rick, of Rice township, San
usky county, was found dead in a field
an adjoining farm on Thursday ol
week. He had been missing several
davs. ' '
''Bruce Werner, of Leipsic, sawed oiO
of lumber, a few days ago, in 19
A small boy employed by a Mr Kalley
near Mt Gilead, Morrow county, was
driving home from Chester Mills, a few
days ago, when he was met by a tramp
who drew a revolver and demanded the
horse and buggy. The boy refused and
watching an opportunity whipped up
horse and escaped.
A Prussian named Lunak, after ap
plying several places to be allowed to
stop over night and being refused, went
into the stable of Mr Petro, in Mercer
county, for shelter. As he was passing
along, one of the horses kicked him m
stomach, and he was knocked msen
aible. After recovering somewhat, he
dragged himself to Mr Petro's house,
was taken in and cared for, but only
Eved a few hours.
Tim Snyder, Jocky Thorn and Will
Thorn, young roughs of the Tiffin per
suasion, were arrested last week charged
with attempting a rape upon a twelve
year old girl named Welters, but were
discharged, the evidence not being
sufficient to hold them.
Chas Merrit, of Akron, has fallen heir
$200,009 by the death of an uncle in
Ireland. . Charles has been a day laborer.
Short & Foreman's printing and sta
tionery establishment at Cleveland, was
destroyed by fire on the night of the
Bill McCoole, of Delphos, was at Van
Wert on the 9th, when the morning
train reached that place, and while a
passenger got off to attend to some busi
E D Webster has sold out his interest
the Wyandot Democratic Union, pub-
ashed at Upper Sandusky, to ma late
gartner, D J Stalter.
Bro Darke expects to remove tne wes
ton Reporter to Bawling Green this week,
and Bro Peters, of the Aew Balumo:e
Enterprise, expects to arrive there with
nia establishment about the same time.
A few evenings ago, a box car on the
Elokomo road turned over off the track
near Landeck, where the track had set
Jed in the mad. The car was not ex
actly the right gauge. An old gentleman
and lady were in it but were unhurt
The new Espy grist milL to be built
next season at Kenton, will be of brick
four stories high, 50x70 in size, and cap
able cf1 running twelve sets of burrs. Ii
will be one of the finest mills in North-
wee tern Ohio, and is expected to cost
125,000. . ,
Handle Timber Wanted.
The highest market price m cash paid
for prime second growth whtie asn and
btas wood handle timber at rlodlay Stave
St Handle Works Factory at west end ol
Uaodusky street, xt
Among our items last week was one
to the effect that a Mr Heyman, of Hu
ron, had found his daughter in a house
of ill repute at Bellevue, and taken her
home. The item was condensed from
an account in the Bellevue Load Xetct
which cave the name incorrect! r. The
name should have been given aj Prince,
a correction which the Local Xetct makes
in its last issue. We also make the cor
rection and with pleasure, as Mr Hey
man is an old acquaintance anl we re
joice that so far as he was concerned
tnere was no truth in the statement
Stephen Meeker, who resided near
ness in the Express office, he walked off
with tie passenger's overcoat Pasen
ger got a policeman, followed the rogue
and captured him in a saloon, and the
Delphos youth is now the guest of the
The residence of S Bacher, near Tiffin
was fired by a tramp on the night of the
Wnile unloading pipes, at the water
works in Tiffin, Michael Sweeney had
his foot crushed.
Mrs H Smith and a companion, both
respectable ladies of Van Wert, were
recently insulted by a stranger, whom
they belabored with a club so vigorously
that the villian had to resort to some
very fast running to escape a merited
The barn of James Lillis, Forest was
burned to the ground on the Cth. Loss
$200; insurance $150.
Ezekiel Wells, of East Norwalk, who
was last seen in Columbus, about eight
weeks ago, is still missing. The story
about his having been traced to Monroe
ville, on his return, and the subsequent
one of his body being found in the river
at that place, have proven fictitious. No
trace of him whatever, has been diacov
ered. A foul murder has evidently been
A Michigan gentleman, who3e educa
tion was considered fair, wrote to a book
seller as follows: "Dere sur, if yew hev
gut a book called Daniel Webster on
bridge send me a copy by Iver's Express
c o d I want to git it termorrer if I kin
caus my epellin techer says I oughter
Colonel Dan Flanagan, formerly of tUe
Hardin County Democrat and later of
the Urbana Union Democrat, has pur
chased the Delaware Herald and will be
gin at once tne publication of a paper
devoted to the interests of the Democrats
of Delaware county.
James L Sweeney, proprietor of the
Sunday Mercury, at Sandusky, has been
indicted bv the Grand Jury of the Unit
ed States Court at Toledo for sending
obscene literature through the mails.
In Tiffin, last Monday morning, Jacob
O'Brien was severely injured while as
sisting in unloading water works ma
chinery from the cars.
A young lawyer named A F Bartgess,
of Akron, was arrested last Monday
cbcrged with making an indecent as
sault upon the person of Mrs Mary Van
Orman, who was in Bartger's office, last
Saturday on legal business.
In Delaware, last Monday, an inquest
was held on the body of Oliver Ha'son
a teamster, who died under suspicious
circumstances, December 1st Strych
nine in large quantities was found in
the stomach. His wife and a cousin, who
ooarded with them, were arrested on
suspicion of being the guilty parties.
Ceylou, Sandusky county, dropped dead
while riding in a wagon near his home
one day last week.
Diptheria prevails to an alarming ex
tent in Putnam county, where the phy
sicians almost unanimously regard it as
John H Ellis, of Lancaster, O., having
a wife and three children was
taken to Carey recently, charged by
Mirny Bli s with bastard v. He gave his
noe for two hundred dollars, payable in
monthly installments of five hundred
Alexander Karat, a six year old pu
pil attending the school taught by W.
K. Leonard in the 1st District, west of
to-vn, hai his arm broken while play
ing in the school yard one day last
week. He fell dislocating the arm at
the elbow and splioteriog the bone
above the elbow to the shoulder He
s now doing comfortably well.
Be sure and see
Schwartz & Winders'
stock of Toys before you
How to Stop your Paper.
The proper and honorable way to
liseontinue your newspaper is to ex
mine your accounts with it, send b
letter or call in at the offices and pa;
what yon owe, and order it dueootin
aed. The simple refusal to take it
from the post offlos, without paying
arrearages, dose not release you by
law, while it is unfair and dishoaora
ble, no matter how honorable yoa may
Mrs. Daniel Alspaagh, of Marion
township, brought in poultry Wed
nesday morning and disposed of it at
L. A. Baldwin's. The man who
weighed the poultry gave ber a check
stating the weight and amount due for
it Afterwards while she was in front
of the store a young man whom she
supposed was connected with the es
ablsibment steped np to ber and asked
her for the check saying that there
bad been a mistake made in the weight
She gave him the check which be took
into the store to Mr. Baldwin and
drew $6,53, the amoant of the check
called for and absconded with it
A Charming Epistle
Postmaster DeWolle occasional!?
mcunts the stairs to onr office with a
Receipt Book in one hand and a leltei
in the other and says "sign." As we
know from pat experience that it is a
good "sign" to sign onr sign to such a
sign, we sign, and then we break the
seal and are made happy. The other
day we were made happier than usual
because the amount enclosed was so
much greater, and the words of cheer
were so good natared. We won't tell
where it came from, nor yet the writerV
oame, Zor be may be modest, like onr
selvee, and not like it; but here is the
letter, and onr great hope is that hi
-xarcple may prove contagions. May
Pestmaster DeW. be obliged to employ
a nail bosnei basket, and keep o
signing an honr or so, next time he
Dec. 13, 1878.
Ed. Jkff: Dear Sir: As I am one
ol the victims which was hit by
both of the last shots fired by yon.
-tnd as I have no goat to oast are oo
grandfather's grave, and eome in quite
oo mie tor laaiKfgmng turkeys, jet 1
feel in hopes that 1 may be in time yet
for the bank and paper bills .
I am under many obligations for
roar forbeareoee which has been well
ested, and I hope yon may alwayr
prosper, live well, grow fat, and be
Please find enclosed $6 00 to apply
n my account and oblige. Please
cknoaledgb receipt of same and be
Heve me ever
Yours truly, : -. 1
Tfae fragrance of D-v Prke Floral
KiclM-j.. the sweet odir of tiia Pht. Itw.
and his charming perfume Alit& Boa
qaet, products an exhilarating efZeet
open the initd. . They are as frtsh aud
sweet as the fields in hay uiakicg time.
Not.e hve used them but to i-mire.
New stock of Fancy
Glassware for the Holidays
at Schwartz &
Chango in the Manner of Doing Business.
POSITIVE NOTICE is hereby given
to all persons iudebted to as to come
and settle by cash or note t y the 15th
of Jan nary 79. All ocsettled aceoauts
after that date will be pat iota the
hands of a collector. We farther give
notice that after January 1st. 79,
shall reduce our prices and itU ONLY
FOR CASH; or a positive agreement
when to pay. After years cf experience
under the depressed condition of ba-i
ness, we not only find oar present way
of doing business an injustice to oar
selves bat alsj to oar customers and
we shall hereafter positively decline
selling to any one who will not comply
with the above conditions. Hoping
those interested will govern themselves
accordingly, we earnestly solicit yonr
patronage. SHCIX & FiSBRB
We have the nicest Ladies and Gents'
Slippers ever seen in
HUME & HALL.
GAZE ON US!
The California Minstels and Brass Band.
This superb organization which has
been organized and put upon th ro vi
regardless of expense will present one
of the grandest programmes in i;s
varied repertorie, at Davis, Opera
House, Friday evening, December 27 tb,
Feasf your eyes upon the galaxy of
stars; Will II. Pirrong, the bet "old
jigger" extanf; B. F. Shipley, the
world renowned female "impostor;"'
Charles Shillog, the nuparralleled
Ethiopian comedian and bar perform
er; A. J. Riobeimer in his fancy tongs
and dances; Prof. F. Ott in bis cele
brated clarionet solo's; W. H. 8coutoo,
the coming rival of Levy and Arbackle;
John De.nuion, the world's greatest
E'biopian comedian ; Mike D. Crohen,
a linguist from Killarney, the North of
Ireland dialeot artist, so natural in his
impersonations that you would think
be was born Irish; Abe -G. Fielding,
double bass and tuba player, ranking
among the first of England's tnasiciaus;
and the California qaartette of un-
qaaled vocalists, and the brillian'
orchestra nnder the leadership of Prof,
M. A. Ricbeimer. Don't fail to witness
the grand street parade, at 3 P. M.
by the celebrated California brrss
band, consiting of nine solo instru
mentalists. Reserved reats for sale at
the usual plao s without extra charge
A Birth Day Party.
A social gathering of the friends of
Mr. David Djrsey, to celebrate bis
birth day, took place on the 12th day
o December. The occasion was folly
np to the times, and enjojed by all
present. The relatives and neighbors
began to gather at an eaily hour, and
although the roads were very bad,
some came ante a distance. Tne
Urge circle of friends were present by
10:30 o'clock, and all were cordially
reoeived and welcomed by Mr, Daraey
and family,and all enjoyed themselves
in social conversation until diuner was
announced. The table was laden
with abundance of the most delicious
fojd.all gotten op in the best of style.
All did; jus'ice to the repast. After
dinner the company was called to
gether to unite in singing and prayer,
and appropriate remarks aud eougrat-
alations were made; wishing Mr. Dor
sey good health and a happy aud com
tortaole old age. ne is now 73 years
of age. He came to Hancock county
th 6th day of N. member 1833, and
commenced the 8th with hi ax to fe 1
the trees of the forest. He-located
It miles S jutiit-ast of Vxiibnren. where
vitb the help of his family, Ii-1 li.-.f
made a pleasant boin .He. L oue
of the oldest pioneers of the township
iu which be lives, and eodured a great
many hardships; bat hes accamalated
enough to make him comfortabl-s, and
E. M. H.
VAN BUREN, Dec. 12, 1878.
VANLUE, O., Dec. 16th, 1878.
Roads are rough, and getting about
requires patience and moderation.
The protracted efforr at the U. B.
church still goes on with increasing
Several car loads of Btoek were ship
ped from here on last Saturday. J.
R. Miller shipped three car load of
cattle, hogs, and sheep.
Oar merchants are having a moder
ately good trade and seem happy.
Tb- little folks are in high glee in
antic'pation of a merry Christmas.
One of onr citizens, about two
months ago was prevailed upon to rent
one of his houses very near town to a
man with whom he had very little ae
qaaintance ; bat whom he took to be an
honest Datchman. He soon learned
'hat the young sports of the viLage
were in the habit of going to said
boase and indulging in cards and
hilarity ; in short that the house was a
kind of resort for those indulging in
card playing. When these facts came
to the ears of the Ian dlord, who is a
man of piety, his -
INDIGNATION WAS AROUSED
and armed with a good club, at about
the hoar of eight in the eveniog.on the
11th inst, he repaired to the scene and
waited on the outside near the build
ing for developement - from within.
He listened long enough to ascertain
who the parties were, and about how
the game was running,' when he gave, a
rap at the door; then , for a moment,
all was silent at the grave within. He
rhen demanded admission, when con
sternation seized those within, and a
voice eried, "It ts thstld tnaa." A
rash followed for thabaek window,
there being bat one. ftside door
the window was soon demolished, and
rat bounced a eorpolsBt young man
it eighteen wioters, followed by three
others. Then began -
A GRAND SKEDADDLE
through the corn-field at the back of
the honse; the mad flfi" ana -'corpa-leney"
puffing and bio"0 ear
fal rate, which so antt landlord
hat he roared with laoghUr and gave
up the pursuit, Gofef bck
(loose he found "iBx no6t" bidden
anderthe bed. After I10 I"
aid hostess .tome mt9ota9 dtlee,
and a sound lecture rnl-
"OLD WHITE CORNER,
i vr ivrn tT V, STi . i v; 1 ""'"Saio. v Hoa QI capital invested in ury uoods,
!! YDER & UcDOy ALD, ilcComb, Ohio. ) Clothing, in Northwestero, Ohio.
Enable us to bay Goods in Origin! Packages, direct from the Importers. Urns saving
one profit, of which our customers at either of the above stores get the full benefit!
We purchase all our Goods for Cash, and at all
to our customers. We sell goods in every Township in Hancoek County, and large
ly to all adjoining counties, and in order to satisfy . t itis increasing trade we have
"""j mrgeijr iu our Blocks in jm aepanmenis.
Dress (woods Department.
We have an immense variety of Black
--r-"""8 k".o uu
ri i. a A 7 r r,,,clels ,u n "inins
ni vjtiuicuviuuuieres-iuii wiam ana weignt at ooc per yard and onwards,
lilack Silk Warp Bombazines and Henrietta Cloths. Alpacas, Mohairs, Pongees, and
all the Novelties in Medium and Low Priced Dress Goods.
- - l
TVotioix and Hosiery Department.
. 'e wholesale stock of those Goods. This Department includes every
thing in Trimmings. Ribbons, Laces. Novelties in Ladies and Childrens' Stockimrs.
Gloves, Lnderwear, Corsets, Buttons, &c, &c: also the largest line of Gentlemen's
Ladies and Misses' Cloaks.
uver iuu ..New barmenta inst rerwrrMi
marfo .nH ,rtmmaA W- -T e..:aV
, - x n mu ouii aujr
Come and examine them.
We carry the Largest Stock of Good Clothing in the city. Also, the only complete
stock of Boy s and Children's Clothing. ThU department is now replete with the
Nobbiest, Best looking line of Clothing ever shown in the citv. Over 300 r-na nn
our counters. We Fit, Suit and Sell every one that favors us with an inspection.
have a large stock of Hats and Caps, Fine Shirts.Lanndried and Unlaundried also
Trunks. Yalises.Collars, Ties. Socks. &C.&C This is is emnhatlcsJlv. the 8017 ART?
DEALING CLOTHING HOUSE. All
and Colored Dress Silks of extra aualitv
tuuuo iu an me jcw uoiors to matcn Dress
ana prices; also a nuge stock of all Wool
' ctviu -tt
iVj 7 . "'.f uvug, iu nicely
uuiy. aiso Misses irom 4 to 16 years old.
goods warranted as represented.
W. E. SNIDER fc CO.
propriety, the landlord retired to bis
The scene would afford a grand
picture for the "Illustrated News."
Letter from Arcadia.
Letter from Arcadia. ARCADIA, O., Dec. 14th, '78.
THE FARMERS' CLUB.
Mb. Editor: If it does not trespass
much on your patience, we shall
endeavor to give yoa a few items eon
eernirig what appears to be exceed
ingly interesting to the farmers of this
locality. This is a new organization
called the Washington Townsb'p
Farmers' CInb. Its purpose, as lep-
resented in the seeond article of the
constitution, is, "To promote the
highest interests of the farming coin
inanity." As there is nothing secret
its proceedings and no intention to
are otner occupations, it creates a
considerable interest aud a good social
whenever its meetings take place.
Having neara maon of its success
made it a point to attend last Sat
nrday evening. This meeting occurred
the township Grange Hall which its
owners have generously opened to s
aeoommoiate the club. Tbe proceed
ings this evening assumed tbe ebarae
terofa debating school. After tbe
of tbe preceding meeting
read and approved, the question
fourteen dollars a month too mnoa
a laboring man, on a farm, daring
summer season f was selected, and
lively discussion followed. Tbe quee
was well handled on both sides.
Some of the arguments on the affirma
tive were, times are doll, we have
raohed a gold basis, tbe prices of
clothing aud farm prod ace are low,
worked f-r less than this before
war and ought to do so now. .The
negative disputing tbe two last argu
ments, claimed that men. during sain
seasons, got these rates b -fere tbe
and that tbe price of oiany things
which we mast have are doable what
were then. This tide ahto claimed
before tbe war poor men eould
in clearings and get as much in
winter as in summer, and now they can
more than earn their boarding in
winter, that before tbe war a p ior ina
eould get a farm for less than half of
it will cost now; that a marr ed
can not respectably keep a family
leas than g300 00 a Tear; that aneh .
wages will not let tne poor mtn
a start la bat-iuess of bis o wn ; ba
bim forever poor, ruakiog this ai
arisrocraiio countr : that tbe poot
mail's family ongbt to be decent!.)
clothed and furnL-hed with hooks, and
children sent to school; that tb
poor man is liable to get sick, ' wbex
w-iges stop nod be baa a doetorV
to pay ; that capitalists have beer
complaining of high rates ever sine-
world began and if meu woolo
for ten dollars a month the;
would soon want them to work for
While the decision of the judge,
which was in favor of the afSrmatlv
being obtaiued, tbe President, Mr
ri car, took ad vantage of tbe oe
casion and made a few very appropri
remarks. He stated that, not
withstanding all oar complaining over
times, intelligent thinking men
consider that we are truly blest
whilst a large section of oar own
county has been Buffering from a terri
pestilence and a large part of tbe
of tbe world, from unprecedented
starvation, we havi been rewarded
unsual prosperity, and that by
exercising the proper amoant of care
industry, both employer and em
ployee eaa get along withoat any call
complaints. The elab then ad
journed to meet in one week. P.
Re 7. A. A. Hopkins, Evangelist, em
Dloved by the Y. M C. A. of Philadel
gave as a call last Friday afternoon
Hopkins bad driven from Warsaw,
and was on his way to Tiffin where
will make hia headquarters.
Jerome Kibler, of Findlav, is in town
week. Luudrk Stat d trr.
Miss Fannie Wise left for li-fin Wtd
Mr. Will J. Fichthorne, of the United
Express office, is confined to his
by a severe attack of rheumatism.
Dr. tiwitzer, F. McDonald, and W. J.
Fishell of McComb, attended the Masonic
Installation, on Wednesday.
IL E. O'Hagan, of Sandusky city, was
the city, on Wednesday, and partici
pated in the Masonic ceremonies.
Jim Kimber, of the Ohio VYesleyan
University, at Delaware, Clarke Moshier,
Sergeant Major at Ohio State Univers
at Columbus, and Chalmer Soars, of
Columbus, arrived home Wedneaday
for the holiday.
Ber. B. R. Sutherland left the city
(Thursday) to attend the ob
sequies of a brother in law.
Connells has a fine assortment of Gold
AH the reliable Patent Medicines, guar
anteed, at Decker & Co'a
Connells are jus Kett.ng in a large stock
Brackets cf all kind.
very choice selection of Toilet Beta
Decker Co'a, very cheap. . -.
Resolutions of Arcadia M. E. Sunday
Preamble and resolutions of respect upon the
death of Dr. R. W. Biggs, who died December 2d,
WKEKias. It hath pleased Almighty God, in
his providence to remove from our midst, our
much loved and highly esteemed brother and fel-
ow-iaoorer in me Sunday scnool, and,
Whcheas. Not onlr the Sunday School has suf
fered a oeep loss, but his wife and children have
been bereft of a lovinz husband and an affection
ate and indulgent father, and indeed all the fami
ly as weu as toe cnurch and commnnity feel a
great loss in the death of Brother Biggs, therefore.
Kaoirtd, That while humbly bowing to the
will of God in this dispensation of bis providence
we deeply deplore our loss in this sad affliction
consoling ourselves in that, that "our loss is his
eternal gain." ...
Eaobcat, That we as a-Sundar School extend to
the bereaved family of Brother Biggs, our heartfelt
condolence In this their sore trial pointing them
to "Him from whom all blessings flow,"' for con
solation. Baolvtd, That a copy of this preamble and thexe
resolutions be given to the family of the deceased
rower and a copy be preserved by the school.
J. EL- Bow ax, r'
P. L. Miller, Committee.
JOBaTB Rvabt. J '
December 15, 1878 - .-
An old physician, retired from practice,
having bad placed In his hands by an Lax)
India mlaaionary the formula ol a aim le
vegeiaoie remeuy, for the spoedy and per
manent cure for consumption, bronchi-i
catarrh, a-rthma. and all throat and lung
aflactton also a positive and radical care lor
nervous debility and ail nervnoe complaints,
alter having tested It wondertul curative
powers in tbonsanda of e aea, haa felt it his
duly to make, t known to hla Battering fel
lows. Actuated by 'hla moMTe.'and a desire
relieve human nffisrine-. I will send, free
of charge to all who desire it. this recipe,
with foil directions lor preoariDg and tun g.
In German, Freix b. or- English. - Scot by
mall by address ng with stamp, naming tbl
cheater New York.
w. nr. nnerar, i rnwera' riiocK,
School. Local Business Notices
A word to tbe wUe. It yoa are eaf
fering with a severe Cough or CoH,
eall on your druggist and get a bottle
of Dr. Marsh-til's ' Lang 8yrap, and
save large doctor bills. It relieves
almost iustantly. Price 25 eents.
Sold by all druggists.
Sleepless nights and eheerless days
will be prevented if yoa use Dr. Bail's
Baby Syrup to hidace sleep and eom
poenre for the Baby. ' Price 25 cents.
A Lakok Lot of brackets, clockshelves,
hat racks, clothes racks, foot -rests, chil
dren's chairs, wall pockets, Ac. at
2w. - - D. RUMAIELL'S.
Oysters for the Holidays will be received
For new and standard Patent Medicines
HAVEN & FLECK'S.
The followtne letter from a weTl.knnwn
clt'senof i;ievlad la good evidence of the
virtue of tiawaon'a Curative for Diptheria:
- i.Kvi.aiiu, ovemoerB, IB7S.
Laaum Chemical Company:.
UaaiLBxaj- -TutMMileof Lawaon'aCnra-
iive yon ve me naa conferred ae onex-
peewa oeot-nt. tor which von nave mv an
cere thanks. My boy, four rears old. waa
attacked with Diptheria In the night, and m
knew aomelhing inut be done at once orwe
rmpiiiiy uiu I am oiaeiuie. im i ian Lj-aL we
,nouca lose bim. slaving nothing 'In tbe
uoue out your corau ve, wnicn we knew o
aneeuve In allaying Inflammation. We
argiej niainrosx ana bound eMMba, -wet It.'
the Curative, on tbe outside and in abort
me tbe inflammation subsided, and our
for hla safety van shed. You are a
liberty to refer any one to as to substantiate
ne aoove utcta. x our. ee
J B. VOLTIf r a rnc.
After reading the aoove do one sb( val
iia the lives of their children, will be with
a bottle ol the Curative In the honae.
DONT BUY BEFORE ' . "
Calling -to See Our Stock:
It ' ANDERSON & WINDERS.
Nice Fancy Letter- and Note Paper
latest thing out at Decker & Co'a. -
A very large stock of Blank Books, suit
able for commencinir the New Year with.
Decker & Co's. .
500. LAMPS! 500
Call and see oar stock of over 500
Lamps. No blowing about this.
All persons knowing themselves to be in-.
debted to us will please call and settle im
mediately as we desire to balance oar ac
counts on or before January 1st, 1?79. .
We extend our t incers thanks for past
patronage and wish all onr customers a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
A. DIKISUH & CO.
Prevention is better than ' cure.'
Cneck a Cough or Cold at once- which
may lead to Coosamptioo, by using
Dr. Marshall's rLaog Srrap, an oU
reliable remedy which never fails.
Price only Z5 cent a Sold by all drag
girts. ' '
J. IL Smith keeps the best Set counter
Findlay. Go and see it. . . . It..
For the Holidays. .
A fine assortment, of Patent Rockers
and folding chairs at
D. BOf HELL'S. "
Yonr Wife , - - - -
Wants one of those fine Rockers at
. - D. RUMMELL'S.
Dont forget that yoa will find the larg
est and best selected stock of Confection
ery. Canned Goods, Fruits, Nats, Raisins,
Oranges, Lemons Ac, tc, at
Perf ornery and Toilet -articles, ' a very
Qne assortment at? . : - t'
... HAVEN & FLECK'S.
Elegant Cift Books
The greatest variety of Curtain Fixtures
Decker fc Cd's. ...
Get one of -those handsome Glass Ink
Stands at ConneiTa s- -
All the Novelties in Toilet Articles, for
Holiday Trade, can be teen at Decker
Co'a Call in and look at them.
Marble and Walnut Totr Flower Stands
Eminent Chemists and PHtnt,n, - u xv .
OO T HENE.
QTm r a .yj.
STEELE & PRICE, Manfrs.,
tS in1.lly0ur ttenlion to the that all my clothing i. made
by the DOUBLE THREAD Sewing Company's Method of SewuW, by whichhe
sens are sewed with doable threap instead of single, making them doubly 'front
WILL NOT EIR
, 4.Tis 1 teViere, will met the wants of the community, who have kD 'obieeted
mpPS 0t KT-e Clothing." A visit to 8. D. HOUR'S Great
Clothing House will convince you at once of its beintt iust as renrenti.
Thread Sew ing Company's Goods.
FOR SALE ONLY
The "BOSS" Clothier, 73 Main Street.
RFES are the Gema cf all Oda
Anaereeable healrhfnt I ir,; i r..-.;.:.!
... a iuu iuc jurr nw
Chicago, St Lotus & Cincinnati.
8"P to palm off the -Donble
BY S. D. HOUPT
All kinds of Juvenile TtoiVa In Pn
and Cloth Bindings at Coonell'a.
Special attention is called in tti.Tin.
sive line of toy books, beautifully illus
trated in colors and otherwise, pictures,
cards, and hosts of things amusing to the
little folks at J. H. Decker Co'sf
U. H. Metiler A Co., FindTay, 0-:
We accept your proposition, and have
this day shipped yoa our entire stock of
lamps complete. Robebts & Gksub.
By the above yoa wil! see that we mean
business. Will sell yoa a better Lar"
for 2oc than any house in town. A few
more of thote fine, large Bronze Lamps,
worth f 1.50, for $1.00, at .
- The only genuine Dutch-English Alma
nac is at Connell's.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salts in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, 8alt Rheum.Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns.and all
kinda of Skin Eruptions. This Salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price 25
Centa per box. For sale by Haven &
Fleck, opposite Court House. 7-41
Query: "Why will men smoke com
moo tobacco, when they can bay Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal of Worth Carolina?,
t the same priee. 31 31
BacJaUn's Arnica Salve,
. The Best Salvb in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tet
ter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns,
and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, .This
Salve is guaranteed to give perfect -satisfaction
in every case or money refunded.
Price 23 Cents per Box. For sale by
Haven & Fleck, Findlay. 18-60. ,
Dr. King's California Golden
will positively cure Dyspepsia, 8ick Head-
..i.. i : .1 : i o. l -
owmacu, inung up oil
Food, Pamm mt Of Stomach, Low Spirits,
o-,- r . i w
Bilioasness, Conaticauon, JaandictaJjreri
Complaint, or any affection of the Stom
ach o? Liver, in the shortest timenossible
i ou are not aked to buv until von know
what yoa are getting. Therefore, as you
value your existence, do not fail to go to
yonr. Druggists, Haveo & Fleck, and get a
inatooitie jrts oj marge, which will snow
what a rerular one dollar size bottle will
do. Ask for Da. Koto's Cautorhia
Gouhut Compound, and take no other.
Our New Line
'f Ladies Fine Kid, Oil Goat Button and
side Lace made aveciallrt for Fall and
Winter embrace the newest sttles
HUME & HALL.
The Low Prices of Pork
is neara oi everywnere; And it is
equally well esiablibed that correspond-
inKly low prices are made on Boots.
Shoes and Rubbers at Cash Store of
Hume & Hall's. They keep best goods
ana sen lor past money.
KxrvES. Forks, Spoons, Wooden and
Willow Ware. Good stock of groceries
rottom prices at
24iX BICKELHAUPT 4 SONS.
When horses and cattle are SDtriUeasJcrsa:
Dd feeble they need treatment with
Uncle Sam's Condition Powder. It oorin
um blood. Improve ihe appetite.Cnrea Cold
na uisteiE. pen, invigorates tne xystera a c
will keep the animal In a Healthy. Hand
some Condition Hold by Haven a flees. -
School Books, all
kinds, at Haven &
. . ' . AT
Zay s Fancy Goods Store.
Uncle Barn's Harness Oil pat on to bame
will make tne leather loos: new.and keep it
oft and pliable. Give It a trial. Bold by
Persona knowing themselves Indebted
the late firm of 8. 4 J. M. Huber.either
note or book account, are hereby noti
fied to call and pay the same on or before
thefirst of January, 1879.
All claims left unpaid at that time will
pass into the hands of a collector.
The notes and accounts will be found
Hubers Drug Store until Jan. 1st. 1879.
30-tL J. M, HUBER.
Peevish children have worms. Dr. Jaqae's
German Worm Cakes will destroy tbe
norms and make the children happy. Bold
Haven a Fleck.
Dr. IL F. Biogab. the eminent Sur
geon, says of Disbho's LtTAixiBUt Cure
roa Pilks: "II contains the best reme
dies I have any knowledge of." If yon
h.ve the Pile voa will rejoice to learn
that yonr Druggist, Haven 3k Fleck, keep
this remeay constantly on nana, at on it
Centa a box.
Strong, Cobb & Co Gen. Agts., Cleve
land, U. 3UH
For sale at Findlay Gaa Works.
Tne yellow fever epidemic created intense
exautmem uironenoot tne eoanur, jw
very community haa a rreater foe to homan
iir, wnicn atatu aoruaa nnnaeaeo. i aiiow
fever baa alaln lia thonesnds bat nea-leeted
rrtltls lis lens nf thrmaanrta Tbe praetioe oi
lesuaajBcotaenraueaira magm wunw
ferine, sorrow and with death. Thctetaaw
remrdv mora vaJaatWe than Eilen'a Kztret
Tar and Wild Cherrr. thoa that was V
kaow Um arorui. and will aot bewitnoatu.
it sural t and a aicklT en res ColdaXoaeha
aua r.fawk D Mt.Vi. I M,kfl PnlimnnMJTV
Catmplalnu. BoMl bv ctavea a Vlaea. . ,
$200,000 To .Loan.
I have made perfect arrange menu en
abling me to loan Two Hundred Taoos-
nd Doll ir on'first-claaw farm property in
Ohio One to five years' time at low rate
interest. J. W. Shaw. Findlay, U .
Offlce over Karat & Bon's Grocery. 27U
teching. naa Dr. WineheiraTasihlnf Byrop,
na ijaa tho hni, aootJiea the pain ad
orlnica naiaraaalecp. tioid by iiaven A Fleck
eta. a noatev
The eheapest place to bay Lamps is at
Haven & Fieck s. su .
Fire Hundred Overcoat
that ma4 and will be sold st prieea tbat
cannot be beat, at A. EKLLuo.
; . - - ; v ' : : -"
cues cut sis
neck & Chamberlain have the exclu
sive sele of Atkin's celebrated "Thin
Back" nnd the Silver Steel "Diamond""
Cross-Ct Saws. Every blade warranted
to cat thirty cords of wood without firrr..
-It will pay you to look at Haven &'x
Fleck's stock of Holiday goods' before
bay: ,e. xnej nye a fine assortment of "'
' s-s. Toilet Sets, Albums, Autograph '
Albums, -Fine Stationery, Portmonies, i--Lamps,
etc., etc ,. ; ,. 82tf -'.
John Q. Weigel . - ?
Has rented the Adam Weil property, sec-r :
ond door West ot the Lake Erie and -
Louisville Railroad Depot, and . haa -
opened a BOARDING HOUSE for the '
accommodation of the public, at reason- ..
s hie rates. Warm Meals at all hr.nm of
the day. - - s- 21-33
Coal and Coke
For sale by the Findlay Gas Light Com
Why be distressed with headache, low :
spirits and nervoo-rtss when Her-'h Day
light Liver Pilla are sold by Haven A Fleck. '
The largest and most complete stock -of
Dishes, Glass Ware. Lamps and Look
ing Glasses will be sold cheap for cash at -'
BlCKELHAUPr & SONS. 24tf. ,
Bickelhanpt & Sons ' . .'.'
Are headquarters for Silver Plated '
Ware, China, fancy goods, Toys, ic. tc.
Sold cheap. ' . - 24tt..
Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, . veils, em
broideries and underwear at Mrs Zay'a
Millinery store, "s ' . " ; 4 ,24if
MlUlnery. ' " ' .
Fine and cheap hats. Sowers, ormw
tnents; ribbons, fea'hers, Ac.at Mrs Zay's
Millinery Store 24tf .
Haven & Fleck's.
Almanacs for 1879 at
, - - .
For . ralB -D, brri,Mnnrn,
or beat Uneie am Bona and Merve Llot
mentis the Balm. Snidbv Havasa i'leeii
. y J..1"-
J. D. Bess wants 100.000 pounds,Pori.-.
tbv. Quails, Hides, Pelts and Furs.
Toys, and Holiday Goods In endless vari-'
ely t Zay's Picture Gallery and Fancy
Guoils Store. - SI
A Card. - .
Having bought late I have been enabled
to buy goods at . prices much lower than
could have been obtained earlier in t be sea
son and consequently I can sell them at
greatly reduced rates. . A. EBLLNG. .
It . , -
Box Stationary, from 15c to $1 50 per
box, st Haven it Fleck's. - 32tf -
Stop at Haven & Fleck's and.ses the
Double Globe Lantern before buyioz. It
Li tbe best in the market. i:f
For information eoneemine the treatment
of chronic disoaseu wltn Eleeirietty, aod lor
a pain p met on Electric rrealmeu,. whi-.-a
will be sent free, oo application to the Mc
intosh Eleetrte Belt and Battery Co-, m
191 iiackKon HL, Chicago lit.
seal and For Caps.
T. H. Honpt has just received at ele
gant line - of Seal Skin and Fur G-iods '
which will be offered at extreme! r low
rates. Give htm a call. 33" '
John G. Weitrel has removed his stork
of good from the Osterlin block to the
Adam Weil property, one door West of
the Lv E. fc L. depot, Main Cross street.
where be will be pleased to see his old
customeis and as many new ones who
may favor htm with their patronage.
gocal gradate 3,itti.
Fctdlat, O., December 19, 1578.
Chickens, 4 cts. . .
Ducks, 4 cts.
Geese, 4 cts.
Turkeys, 0 cU.
Bacon. 45 cts. per lb. .
Shoulders, 4gec per 0. . .
Eggs, 13 cents.
Butter. 12 cents.
Hides, green, 4t3 cents.
Hides, dry, 10 cents.
Calf, green, 63$ cents. -.
Sheep Pelts, 25c75c.
Tallow 5 cents.
Flax seed, $1 10.
Rags. 1 cent. :
Beeswax, 20 cents.
Timothy Seed 75$1 00 per ba. :
Clover Seed 0 per lb.
OaU 20 cents. , '
Potatoes, 40a.j0 cts. per bu.
Dried apples 2 per lb. ..... -
Futdlat, O., December 5, 197S K '
Wheat. 3Tew No.l. 85c.
New.Ear Corn, 35c per 100 lbs.
Oats 16c per ba.
The above prices are paid to-day by .
ft. Mtxss. at the L. E. k L. Rr. elevatrr?
flOLIMY PRESEli ;
la Great Variety, Style and Kiad at -. '
E. B. TlBipfS
Located in ConneJl Boot Store. '
L O. O. T. BLOCK, l.
Sign of the Bi? Warch." Main S'ret-t..
. : - Fqtdlat, Omo. '
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Friend, or Sweetheart - v ...
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