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FRIDAY, Q: : OCTOBER 2. 1SGS.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
CAMPAIGN OF 1868.
Meetings in County.
We are requested by tlic Union
RepublicanCoinmittec to announce the
following meeting Let the Repub
lican! of each locality take measures
to secure a good attendance :
WILSON'S. SCHOOL HOUSE,
Portage tp., Monday evening, Oct.
. PICKENS'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
PiUMt ts .Sattnrdav venB!r. Oct:
ing, Oct. 12th.
Mt. BLANCHAUD, Monday even
ing, Oct- 12th.
The Committee will ace that good
speakers are provided.
On account of the Lad weather
CoutJ Fair will be postponed until
Thursday, Friday, jujf Saturday,
islti 16th,W lTth f 8t.
wcf I wiyjbo
To our Former Patrons.
Wt wiah onr old patrons who owe
na on subsenptioao. the Hancock
we bare sold the office, and desire to
iiwt all that is due us. We receive
all dues on subscription to September
ISf.8. inclusive. Will not our
paw r : l. ,
see -you personally, or hear from you
by letter, always remembering the
With many thanks for kindly pat;
ronage, and requesting that it may
hm continued to our successors, we
andlpci vl&SUr ? I W HPil
To our Former Patrons. LOCKES & BLYMYER.
Friends f the Union ! turn out en
Aor If im Meeting on the 7th
thanks or oar laoy
miet sweet pototoes.
Naturalization papers were
bv the Probate Court to 12 persons,
for Jha yar ending July ls 18G8
Burials in Maple Grove Cemetery.
There WfuWlf rb"ri.a1,9 in
Maple GikJU4t5'It tterjtiar,
tar ending October 1st, 18oS eleven
males and fourteen females. - -
tius weea; wiui
tars' ink. !Q41l.Wi
They have faith in
their adTertisemenl elaewlicreT
ladies will tsd it Pdjd placa to
aae tha faslaosja.-. V; ; ;
Let everJoaetOTtft toO Mass
Haetiag on 7th
The Meeting To-[...]
ru Ham fcCi m. tha ci teens
this STento at t Cuatt'tei-
Wa ask for hK storing from aB
apacial intei W them. j
The Meeting To-[...] Union Rally at West Independence.
TitedU address the meeting, and
W are reouestedWour friends
t- u; T.ioV Tnwnahin. to pive notice
of a efMt PWK ratoqert JndejQps
nee, oa Saturday aiternoon,
The Meeting To-[...] Union Rally at West Independence. Crowded Out.
uommunicaiiou- u il
editorial, local news, c-. in wJ '
Onr mtkdei-H wUl bear with
thisuntuafter the eUionwhen we
propose jtoj au a (ulfPf
every voter read, reflect, examine the
raoords,and it he finds the charges
austained, tliea let him vote for
change oi nusoi,
Wa were honored a few days since
iiv m. visit from Com. Oliver S. Glis-
aoo, who has been spending a few
ticipaUd ia some of the hardest Cght-
ing of the rebellion, and we are, giau
to say rotes as he fought for the
Uaion. Ia fact, he is enthusiastic
lor GrantlreprdAis ejection a
certain beyond a doubt The Com
M odors ia in command of the Naval
Station's! LeVgui tstand,' near Phila
through arith, aU of.theirp;
Uwr 1 10 ue ; ,naa weatuer ine
. ..l .1 .Mvtrj nii' i f t i-t
I mJI MUU a B mm. jm, wwiw "
We believe tmr ppoyeraent wui
iheFairwiU be , much. grtei; sue-
fTl " " - hjhl
work, and Wflniave naa ampie time
to fix ap what, ,UejF:wih.:tf , exhibit,
and to be present with their families.
at averr lBe .oouPl7
nr Cowvtr raur, is a success second
n na home exhibition of iu kind inl
.or Bute. .
A PLEASANT VISIT.
Havin a spare hour we concluded
we could W) put it to a better use
than spending it in visiting our com
mon schools. We accordingly called
upon Mr. Jas. Harsh, one of the mem
bers of the Board of Education, who
kindly consented to accompany us.
We reached the new building just
as the scholars were dismissed for
recess, which gave us an excellent
opportunity for seeing the scholars
together: We were' surprised at the
large number of young men and wo
men in attendance, and found upon
inquiry that quite a number from the
country had availed themselves of
the advantages offered by our coramo
dioiv building and -esperior teach
On entering the building, we pass
ed into the 1st Primary Department
Hinder the care of Mr. Jno. Bowman
In this room.'i which is intended for
thojuscomodationof eighty scholars.
we found fifty-six enrolled, with an
averajre attendance of fifty. The ltt-
tlc folks appeared to be settled down
to their tasks in a way which plainly
Passing into the 2nd Primary De
partment, in care of Miss Phebb
Thomas, we found eighty-four schol
ars enrolled. In this room we had a
lesson in " word-building'which crea
ted quite an enthusiasm . among the
UttiQ foTfcttnd ittjwhichjhcy acquit-
ted themselves creditablyy
Oar next vis was to the Seconda
ry Department, Miss Sallie Cramrine,
teacher. We found eighty six en
rolled, with an average attendance
of seventy-two ; capacity of the room
hnnared aniJ fofry? 'A Ipelfnrg'
class was going through a lesson at
the time of our visit, in which they
acquitted themselves very fairly.
We next visited the
w9 VaNW i ya afire ajyt
two scholars enrolled in a room
which was intended to seat sixty a
pretty full room. Here a class in
Guy of s Primary Geography was re
citing. The ready manner in which
the answers were given showed con-
javeljrthat the scholars were mak-Lrt-
Next in order came the Grammar
school, in charge of Miss Mary Mc
Cauley. We found - here iifty-nve
scholars enrolled, in a room which
will comfortably scat sixty. A class
knry was reciting athe time of our en
trance. We were much pleased with
the ready and intelligible answers
given by the class, as also, with the
facility and ease with which the
teacher explained the different parts
nV; J?f l :., Tt:i
hcliool Department. Ibis room is
in cliargc of Mr. Miller, assisted by
Miss Jane O. DeForest and Miss
Anna E. Mower. In the absence of
Mr. Miller, in the afternoon, in the
Wit-. ii . H -
ot the room. There are ninety-two
scholars enrolled in this room, with
a j ver&a)tt(gana) of et34yllree.
A large class was engaged in read
in this very difficult branch, in very
aatisfactory manner. We were also
bown some specitneaa of map-draw
ing on the blackboard byeime of the
fepHs, which, being.but lately intro
duced- was remarkable for correct-
Qt WM rtfa one, with
but liUle epportuntty r "noting the
proocieocy crprogwes. of the pupils.
school Is but juat fajrl j organ
ized, and we beliere the' teachers
are laboring faithfully and diligently
for the advancement of our children.
We hope and believe they will receive
the co-operation of parents and guar-
ft geir jprts. fr$ $At
been an lncomprencnsioie
more pleasant hour for a year than
tiii of Jticsd ifterikKia.ilow
many of our citizens will visit our
schWs in'Hhe neit month? ' The
teachers will "be glad to welcome you,
and we know tho scholars wUl feel
gratified to know that youake that
, .. . . ... . r,
ichers and pupils, and we are sure
wiU not r Merchant8
leave, eenj i yM
look-in' upon your 'cTiildren jaur
of each week, and yon will be 'jjrell
Let us have a rousini1tairnouli
our, Kaaa .Moetiiig.Vd
repaid for .your . trouble' Wflt'nqd
the parents of Findlay visit .our
scnodlsj !je auati.Hot ceaae voje
mind you of this sacred d.' iV
and discomfit our disunion, caem;-
Music Ready for tho Campaign'-
The Siivicti Cork rr uuid, bl Fad-
Iay.iare happy to announce to- the
piAblicmaatjuiej 11 axio; secured me
servics at Profefcsbr f . E.Wildman,
of New TbrV, to .take charge "oT the
flbiid as leader durina the' fall cam-
nohtical gatlicrings on . rcaaouauie
- ,f j v 0
on or address
J. M. HUBER,
F. C. TRITCH.
F. C. TRITCH. J. H. GOODWIN,
On the Fourth Page.
1 We have crowJo.1 1Tb Jm.S. Pit
tcrson'.a,. advertisement over, pn the
fourth page, and the people will ifind
. . to p cWdealtfth
cusVBifers who Inow where to go to
iJbat. for cash. . -
' r tiiLJ.Mb a 6l
Our "Benton .-Letter is crowded
I out this week, for which we are sorry,
For the Jeffersonian.
Rule in Ohio.
In 1855, the last year of Demo-,
cratic rule in Ohio, the State debt as
shown by the report of Wm. D. Mor-
gan, Democratic Auaiior oi oiaic,
made to Hon. Wm. Medill, Gover
nor of Ohio was over fourteen mill
ions of dollars (See Ex.fc Doc. of
1855, page 28.) Soon after came the
terrible defalcation of John G. Bres-
lin, Democratic Treasurer of State, o1
over one million dollars, the largest
ever known in anv State. The effect
was to stagger the faith of the world
ironr credit. Our credit as a State
was paralyze! and prostrated in the
dust. Our State bonds wouiu nam
ly sell for 75 cents on the dollar.
Wit! tEs' tremendous lOfedj ufln liorl
onntrnl of the State. AHlt"WfiH
teen millions to provide for and pay,
and the ruined creditto restoreSoon
came the great Democratic rebellion
with all the attending horrors ot war,
bloodshed, death and misery. Our
noble Buckeye State, under loyal Re
publican Vule' wheeled into line. She
furnished more men and money, took
better care of her soldiers in the
field, of their families at homeland
of the, widows and, orphans of her
.t V t 'ji i a: A
gaiiant marvyreu Bficv"i u
more to crush the rebellioV than any
other SUte in the UriiOnNoblc;'
gallant, lOyaP Ohio, we are proud of
her, our own native State! But to do
this she had to contract a large war
debt, known as the UnioiiJLhan, in
aSdition tdho debt? fifteen mill
ions bequeathed by the dying Demo
cratic party. Now what has the Re
publican party done ? First she has
reA and built un the prOBtratc
(&aitgiQ4fei Se Itg report
17) you find this language :
"The finances of the State were
never in as favorable a condition as at
the present time, and hercraftfin
the market is not turjtassed by that
of any other State or Government in
eniL't c, a a . c?
r a i
Dy tie same repoft, and on the
same page, we una uisi. iue -
lolt hsul almost been paid off
nd the old Democratic State debt
reduced to 911,341,745. In 1867,
the report of Auditor of SUte (page
ll,) for that year.n-ptaT foreign
and uomesuc ueut oi
elusive of the foreign and domestic
Union Loan (being the war debt) of
1808, has again been decreased to
eleven millions, since wlncii lime
nearly half a million more has Wen
paid upon this debt tj rate f lf-
creasc which in less tnan len years
will under Republican rule free our
State from debt, and as a conse
quence from a large portion of our
State taxes. How was all this done?
What is the iolicy;offthe;Utlullca
party? "(kec" page 14 orthe aame
practAitfl oouyr andf the fdop-
ment of the affairs or your wte i
is Democratic rule Ja your
Taxj?ayers,, hpw j.dot yoa; likejjiut
this practico as compared with Dem
erratic rule in this county ? In
twelve short years nndec Kepublican
rule the prostrate credit of the Statcj,
restored to the highest possible pcr
r t-.T, tha rpWllion crushed, the
debt decreased from fifteen million
down to about ten millions excluding
the war debt, all 'this too without in
creasing your tax one cent as, I have
shown in faftterltrjSsB Tod :ot
this challenge your admiration and
demand your faith, confidence and
support of .the Republican party?
Does it not show" the exercise of the
highest and truest faithfulness, hon
esty and iingrlnraieanaTiage
TAX-PAYER. Marriage Licenses.
WV am indebted to Judge Barnd
tor the foltowmg statement of licenses
granted for the month of .September :
William H. lluglies ana jsopuronia
Conrad lleyjjoldaand Elizabeth-M.
Sampson B. Wilcox and Mary A.
. Franks and "Amanda Wright. 1'.
James Creighton and Maggie Say-
lor. i . "
D. C. ConnQlL and baUieHutclna;
!?. David Armstrong and barah Ji.
Peter Rausch and Susannajx JficlJ-
.Jonn araawi omran v. oiuaii.
fJacbh iA;HMnehard and Uattie C.
y Peter nelpman and Mariah Baw-
3. William Hatfield and Emma Gould.
1 k Jas. Hanna and Harriet A Welch.
John rtiger and Catharine A. Wills.
u Vo11 ana Bwl'
"C)aTi8 Pugh and Minerva Hoy.
-O.- .I. 1 ir. T t
- rniH 1 ip.il niiu wai t w. uauuui.
Albert ShWaul-JGiathrock- -
Joseph M. Litzenberger and Sarah
TVmi Jiear and. Alarv Aietzger. ,
Josiah H. Goodwm and ai,argarel
w.r,l .-il-.i! ii r. '--!- r Uii
A. TJ-ilrfrf and Ilnlda E.
Joapidi Jfcwliill add ftufefll :iXoU
1W 1 - i , . - . T . .
LI Fernando M easel ana liamci iiiest
. John Hart and Ehta J. Twjlor.
IoKeuh Italston and Jane Sta-y. -
I Saiauid C Maor3mdrtfifty.L6V
There wef3&?UiflMHs gtanteilbr
the year ending July 1, 1 808.
ffresh. Oysters, Teoeived direct from
tK.t-W' X 1
l4uli, fedl add-see tne mce assort
raeut of dress goods at J. S. PatWr-
FROM AMANDA TOWNSHIP.
For the Jeffersonian.
1 Editor' Jeffersoxi an : Although
I have beea. a member of the Demo
cratic party ever since I became a
voter, I have dabbled but litfle'morc
in politics than by casting my ballot
for - its ascendancy: It Is true I
was member of a' secret organiza
tion known as knights of the Golden
Circle, or Sons of Liberty, and was
obligcdv(r death depended) to
do something that I would not have
done had I not have lecn a member
of that Order, W And while fhobbject
of that Order, as given by tho Republican
papers of that day, does- not
differ materially from that given
us by A. G-
others, Home things-toolf place be
hind tho curtain, which I propose to
give, that will be entirely new to all
outsiders, and perhaps to some mem
bers. There is one thing, however,
that remains in . the dark to most of
us, and that ,19,, what became ot the
money paid for initiation ? This fee
was. twelve dollars and Cfly cents
and included the price of a silver
star (a gold star was worn by South
ern brethren) to Ikj worn under the
left arm, as an emblem of full mem
bership, and if any of us did get into
tho army, and were taken prisoners,
we could show our star to our brctb
ren and we would be ' better treated
than, if ia the -ITorthcrn' army. We
never got our silver starsj 'but were
kindly permitted to use a silver star
worn by A. G as a pattern
to cut bv, and mado oura out of .light
I T J ' i " It 11.
uu.i we low Know yiuau un smfs
were just as good as silver, and a
great deal easier to get
Some poor men actually borrowed
the money to pa their. initiation fee
know some men who were duped
into the Order, who, Vcre it not for
o, exposure of their owfcl greenness,
oald maker : a legal inves'iga-
W5on to sec what J. b , treasurer
of the Order, did with the money.
Hundreds of dollars were paid into
his hands. The Order had two places
of meeting in this township viz: the
loft over W. LTiP-i -'s Cabinet shop
Vanhifi , sitffhe Lej sqhool jjouM;
ijfac latter place getting loo small,
Brothers Daniel and Aaron A
kindly opened the doors of the Lee
church for our benefit. Members of
Lodges twenty miles , distant, were
in of their o will accord,' were
either coaxed or driven. There
wcra a few in this township howeven
that idid iot 'beiongl 'and a few Re
publtcatnVthavdfcf.'arfil alg'reat many
his money, and he rot nothing
a fitar t0 fiui(.i,i his person
rrora.tiiA tureatencd htnrer. mow
hia(en to know that that letter
was thrown into Prr's yd by one
the OrdeV Tif f.tiVpOstf 'to bring
to time. J. M was our
solicited that could not be got into
notwithstanding very nice promises
were made. Ata mcutling in the 'laff
ono night, Mr. H. P a quiet citi.
zen of Vanlue, was taken in. When
about to pay over the fee, (a part of
which was silver) he mada tbo.fol
lowing fiVj as near as I can reeoT
lect: "Now men, thisisancred. There
only one circumstance that causes
mc to do wh.it I am doing. I.nst
Dght a drop letter was thrown into
tny yard warning mc that my life was
It was bis duty to visitall Did)
ncnt Republicans, and learn, if possi
ble, anything to our disadvantage and
report from' im'e' to time'. " Money
was furnished to pay his time and
expens'esij Wc were , "led j tp "boljcye
that wo iriight be' attacked ally hfgYit
U. S. troops. Wm. A , croccr
Vanlue, , sold to members o the
Order over -two kegs-'of gunpowder
less ,than t& .weok. u Forty -four
dollars was collected to buy charm
books for such of the Order as wish
them (aacpJ5(?0 f?ew)
the money was forwardd" by ex
press to New York City by A. S.
-j,.as ,.the ; express books will
show, butj we , ncy heard of books
money afterward. Any person
having one of these books committed
ger . irom nis enemies whatever
1 . r--
memory, or in his pocket,
est) wkbuiicr proof, and in
Some of our brethren 'started ''for
Canada, thinking that would be a beW
cr way to ?tcape the draft than' to
stand and fight, lb -outas they had
Vto, da .' Alt' could not go .to
Canada so aorya were mado to think,
they had to stay and bear the bur.
. 1 .-a
en. a .tciegram was Bent qy; onet oj
onrown wetiiren ror ine nraaway'S'Hr-
rest, and an Abolitionist's name sign-,
ed to it. It, hac the. dsjredcllect
the arrcBtrttthe royarana a srronger
hatred of Republicans by (he. .boys.
Some of tho boys were sent to Lima
t6 await theTrcsnlts! pi ihe draff, J.
E. F ', of Ridge township, Wyan
dot county, a member f our Lodge,
while under guard at umi, ' drew a
mrize that made him sick. By order
of the Lodge, a man was sent to j naV
lay who, called upon a certain man
Vlde and told hitf errantM Thfc'Find
lay man went out, and in a few min
utes came baci auandcd nis cus.
tomer a small bottle to be given to
JlI and J. F--, Jr., of thrs
township, and the j would know what
to do with.itjp TH .aollara, .yaaaWl
for the fit medicine as it was, called
awl no ' questions asked. M--and
F -r went to' Lima and the drafted
man's wife went along to take care 'of
her sick hpa,,,lThpi.Wire wasut
la possession of the little bottle, and
CDid aow usjtviuiM) Keep it con-
eealed. Also,' to throw the nicdicine
away thai bad been left b the doctor.
In duc'timft'the ifrated. jnaa nad fit
At one of our Lodge meetings, a 'man
was wanted, and must be had to swear
that Y Was subject to fits; for
some time the man was not forthcom
ing lor sweariDg to a barefaced lie
was runningthe thing a little too deep
A remembered that he had seen
something wrong with F- at a cer
tain time and place, and went before
Eeq. and 'made an afniavu'
that cleared J. E. - from the
draft on account of being subject to
Mr. Editor,' I might write enough
to make a book as large as a lump of
chalk, were I so disposed, but I will
let this suffice.
NEW BOOKS. THE HALF-DOLLAR TENNYSON.
The nine different editors of the
Laureate'8 poetry which Ticknor and
Fields have hitherto puoiisuea seem
insufficient to meet all the require
ments of the reading public. The
Diamond Edition, published two years
ago, was a miracle of cheap, elegant,
and compact liock-making. It i,
unite outdone, however, in cheapness
and compactness, by tho J7al.DUar
jauvn oi icoujouuo wuijuuie
Poems, just published by Ticknor
and Fields. This edition is from
new types, set in double columns, is
remarkable for beauty, and no danger
to.the eyes need be feared from read
ing it. It is neatly and durably
bound in a handsomo green paper
cover, with an .excellent vignette head
of Tennyson. o one can now com
plain that Tennyson is beyond his
reach, when his entire poems can be
had in handsome form for fifty cents.
These books can be procured of
any bookseller, or airecuy rrom
Ticknor 4 Fields, Boston.
SUNSHINE AND SHADOW IN NEW YORK.
( J. li. Burr & Co., Hartford. Con-
Lnecticut, are about to commence the
publication of a work of great inter
est, bearing tho above title. In it
will be included biographies of all the
celebrated men of New York, in
politics, religion, and finance. It
will also delve into the dens of pov
erty, crime and corruption. In a
word it will be a most wonderfully
fascinating and instructive work.
Agents, will do well to look after em
ployment in its salo. ' . , : j
Local Business Notices.
Head it J I t i ' i ' i
. . It would bo well enough to read the
article Wanted to Know," in anothcr
art of this column. ' ' '
Lost. . . . . j
Op thertiul between Findlav khd
Benton, on Monday last, two velvet
regalias, belonging to the I O. G.,T.,
of Findlay. The finder will confer a
great layor on the loser by returning
the package 'tb tho store of . Udner
son k' Connell, Finllay. '
Ulanicts white and grey for sale
at J. S. Patterson's.
Oysters. ! Oysters !
ly tin host Oystt-rs put up fur sale, at
li. J'.. Orecn's, ly the Can, or Halt
can, or cooked iu any t vie. Call aud
trythim. ' ; 1-'
I shall keep fresh Fish diriii!? the
rest of the season. eheaw :ls the
n.'w4. L. E. Gukkx.
t . , t '1 i '
C. Si Jkfallbys Oystra; nndaubteiLf
Cloths and Cassiuicres, very cheap
at J. S. 1 'atternon'H.
Wantod to Know. ...
We 'want all persons who am in
debted to us, to know, that the first
week in Ortoler is our time for gener
al settlement and that we will make
no exceptions, Intt, pnioerd to eollaol
all irlaiins unpaid at the expiration of
that time. SJ'4 J M. llvvEr. A dd.
( treat Iiargains now buinoflbred for
cash at . J. -S. Patterson's. ' ' 'v'
; O to he a slave, : v" '
- - -
Along with the barbarous Turkj
Where woman has never a soul to save
, rlf Ahjsls Cliristian work.'. 1 I !
i'So wrote Tom Hood, in his "Soni?
of the Shirt years ago, as the
wrongs and privations ot the sewing
women of England forced themselves
on his mind. But the Sewing Ma
chine has alleviated &Lthl&4nis'ery
and suffering; and of Sewing Ma
chines, the -"Wheeler &f Wilson'' ap
pears to be one of the most noted:
For proof, calbvonlD.'H. Fugh, at
William's Hardware Store.' '
, A full line oi" Hosiery; Very chchjiat
J.1 S'...I,attcrson's. ' '' i,'!?,"!"it
A fine assortment of eastern 'and
dotiiettic J'ylanuLi, at J. S. Pattcr-
hair is not onlv ono of the ac-
cessories of human beautv. but id de-
yignd to protect tho health ; as a bad:
ot ,leat it serves to equalize the tem
perature of the brain. The,tiervex
contained in the hair tube is frequent
ly paralyzed and the coloring destroy
ed ; birt by proper remedies the gray
hair can be restored to ks original col
or, and where it has fallen bil a new
growth can he' produced by the nse of
Hall's Vesetable'Sicillian Kencwcr.
rThe reproducing power of this inval
uable comittumi is beyona a uouuu
By its use the absorbents become ac
tive arid nourish tho bulb itybich sup--.
srts the root ot the hair.
'Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly
to lie wise,'' but there Is no blissful
emotion in having a bad humor In tfy
blood, and no remedy at hand. . Dr.
J!W. Pot-id's Humor Doctor is the1
standard tor tnese pestilential uiseases.
loold by W. I Miller A t- .
It was. expected that there would
be a fine display of stoves, tin ware,
crockery and glass-ware aiuieair
und, but as the cair lias been
postponed "on account of the weath
er," all who like to see a really good
display in that line, will go to the
stbre of Davidson A Martin,' where' a
new, fresh stock may be- found, the
sirht of which will recompense all
for the disappointment on ,the Jalrii-
tx round. 4 4 hey sell cueap. .
Ho DifTeronno-' i
The cloudy weather, though accom-
Manicd by rain, mates no uiuerence
fto Zay. Persons residing, in .town
will find it to their juitantago to call
now for.their picfurep, as tlic fallory
will not be Crowded witU people from
tha country, as it is when - we "are
blessed with'1 eood' roads.' Just as
good yictiirea made in cloudy weath
er as iu clear. They are not like
As we have disposed of the J n ts.it
s oki an, we wish all who are in our
debt for subscription, job work, or
advertising, to call at once and set
tle All persons having; accounts
against' the office, will' please present
their bills soon.
LOCKES ic BlTMYER.
is, Patterson's large store room
tilled with ncie and cheap goods. Call
and examine. -.. ,
-BOO S V "
Fret & Ettinoer's is Jfeadquar
fert for School and Miscellaneous
Books, College Text Books. Writing
Paper, SlaUs, School ' Ink,7 and j aU
kinds of Stationery required by
Students, which they are selling
CHEAPER than any house inNortL
! i SPECIAL' (NOTICE, -'
Tltey leep an open Hit, and tendor
Boole, ly Erjrrese, as tliey are wanted.
Boolce furnitketl in tJa icav tome at
1 : ... . . ri -
lett ratt .than ifMtf tttSJiepLU
fiand in stock. Books arrive three
days after the order is given.
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Feet &, Ettingkk's is also the
place to buy Pure .Fresh . Drags at
either Wholesale , or Retail. ; Their
stock was never before so complete
as now, and tneir facilities are such
that they -are able, to offer irst-elass
goods or every description 'in 4 their
line at the very lowest market price,
and in no instance will they allow
inemseives to be undersold. ' '
no!7 FREY & ETTINGER.
Now Goods and Low Prices.
Mr. Malcyj sf fyet hjm of i Haley &
Rothchiltl, bas leftlor New Xork, and
as a Eequenc5
receipt of the latest style of goods in
their line of buainoas. j Onr lady friends
arc invited to ball in and inspect their
ooiis as trieyfJeei certain tnat they
will give satisfaction both as ?to style
and price. f;$I . ; ' ' 9
Indies Suir-t aud ShawlsA fine
assortment at Jr 8. Patterson's.
Fair and FonL
lhursdav srr exnected tdj be a
Fair clay, buttJ usual, it proved foul.
though not alolof any description
was entered for premium. Toe-rair
as postponed, bat r as. it continued
foul, J. M. Ncibling dc Co. were kept
busy selling ttoots and shoes at tair
prices.- Not being chuken hearted.
they bought very heavily in the East
ern markets, and other dealersjnay
expect to'se the "feathers fly'Tall
and see the new stock. ;
Tle -ofWUr;Uel -.SpriBgtjuld Jans
and xarus for sale at J. S. l atter
Furcbasei ippiy JT he, Boat; . - J i A
1 In a majority of advertised bitters,
important ingredients, the necessity
of which are plainly indicated, are
omitted, because of their high yrjes;
in outers, vpe t P rOT 1 1 on 1 aoj ifop m -binations
of ihengrcdionts are in
Meflance of all settled principles ot
pharmaceutical cnemisrry ; otners,
again, are mere . shams, made up of
poor whiskejr sUghtli littere with!
aloes anlLool()rei4 bxeOchja manner
aa to deceive the unwary, and are so
nauseating as to lie unworthy of crit
icism, aud to the patient the remedy
is' worso ttiato'ttti 2saaslwhil viira
of xpar4aoe?ad Irttf-Awtve pfovchrf
Ur.ilioback s Stomach Bittera to be.
justj , saj recommended, one . of ,the
btit .remedies extant where m stonr-
Vttc tonic and stimulant are requir
ed, j .They neyer fail to stfcngtbaa
tho weakv impart vigor to the strong,
and are, in 'every ' p'articular," just
what a stomach bitters ought to be.
If viou have flT)ntnmB of iWnrt'nalk
takt them freely to aid digestion, j If I
you reaideUii Mious-istrfcU.Hney r
Bbouid be taken aaa sure prevention I
of BiUwtn Fejer, an Fe jet and gm f
Liver uompiaint, jaundice, and in
all that class of diseases where there
id a general depression of the nerv
ous system, loss of muacnlar energy,
weakness,' lassitude, want of appe
tite, faintness, chilly sensations and L
remedy fbrfemalcweaknesii, Leu
chorrhcea, or, Whites, Koback's B1U-
crl harft.no equal. rberaro pre
pnrd with special reference to this
complaint, and act like a -charm,. A.
few day's trial will 'satisfy the most
sceptical of the real merits of this
really .valuable medicine. . Frey A
1m: C.I. A W.l ' ,1
cj.uugKi, ouio Bgeovs, r luuiay. unio.
, ...... .n a
Viv X v
, bT Bt. lo Nawton, Kr.wl C.
MOORE WINDERS On 1 Tbn&dari 4toUK
ber 1, 1HCS. at tha retdni 'of ttis MlB.
fHther, by Be. Ibxi
BALL-CUNNISGHAM-On BDU 124.18RS.
at tha Conmtook Hotal. Bndaon. Mlch br
tha He. Tbomiia KUlkar. Mr. Aaron Hall, of
BatUa Creak. Mick. DaMlta Mania
ninnan, ir nyaqe, ynip. 1 1 1.H
MEABKb.-BU3TAJU-b Hpt. 9ttmC9.
at tha bride'a home, near Arcadia. Ohio.
r Rev. I. HoukIo. Mr. r. Maaael and Miaa
MlU.FUT-tOa Abe tak ftV tbl re-
denoe of Wm.' Mfllorr Mri. Mariba Miller,
Uiga 17 yeara and montlii. H ,
Findlay Price Current.
t ii 1:
e.nrn ntrr barrel.. V' 8tld 60
Pj,.v. ahelled.per bunhel..... ,..Ut to
lr i&kha ewrt..ja.i....a.v.IA..
Oara, per mW..-.-......, ;t. 6
rhop food, pea asv.r.-..-. .o
Bran, per ewt.......7.srrJi W9t-; J
Biittsb, per pouoo..........
Jd, per pouna whib
.1 .iw. nar nonnd. ............... ...... 10
Bet Wax, per -pound. 2iS0
a... natlurM .......... J. t ..... n ou
" j a. 1,1 J
CaLTBinni. per pound - ' Jwii,
otmTBT tMAr, ier p.-Him
. .1 Hud. ver n
Bsans. per ouanei ..i..,i iiwt w
:. .L .... i.,..hi ta 7.U.I ao!
. huh. v 1 IM . . "1
CaicsxNs, lrve. easn zofttui
lira, tuir lb. ... .e BOiMal
ttWBSB, per povud.....
iwii ...... vuiuiuv
I fvi - ........... v T04 an
I. s aswPr pommAAJ.: .
Pauta I4ct0 u
itiuii. cotton '. 3
atisaua Molassbs, par gallon Uu
Wool, per pound tfu
, , a. t.
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W 0 ME N AND CH IL BEEN!
' SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL
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HAS BEEN 1-OSTPON ED UNTIL TH E '
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TlbaMlWb; OF THIS MONTH,
: in .1 :'i When" we want you to turn out with your, ., j., . ;, I
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f J.. . . ei.t.-li-l - '-. -'' '''' Cff
; Pockets ' Full of , Green-Backs
il ji i -.-r.i i '
AND GO TO'
Henderson's Block! i
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rVCASH.' AND" GASH .ONLY !
HUDEkSPIJ G6 CONNELL.
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MILLINERY: DEPARTMENT !
CALL AND HKK MR
MISS. LYDIA, COMEK.
Ai I. .
A Snug- Homa at a Bargain.
tOFFSQfr a him of 41 on wtta
hovnnd oal-baiidlnv, atUamd la Aaaa-
': township, uQlor a high itata of ouIUt-
Wftll tBMri wftll w.tiirlri and hum
-1 the b4 OKhmrdii la the lwnolp. Call
" " cur a great bargslo, Miaa
noliws. BARN BY.
Tuesday, October 13, 1868.
THE BTATB OF 0HI0.1 '
- : Baneoek Coantr. C.
'lb tht ijualifiul EUrton o tmid Ctmlr ,.'..
In purxuxnee of a lawofaairf ai
u2 ?.'"' ''". I- A- Tanter. art-
..w ' lereby proclaim and mala town,
ILntthQ,, .. . . : ....
SECOND TUESDAY IM OCTOBm.
Arno Domini, ore thoitand eight bnalraf
HUtrolcht. heng the THIHTEENTH DAY
, . Tj'" 1 " " ln" ' ltUo an4
lava ..I tntd state, appointed and nude a dar
.'t wui.-h the qa-alifled e'eo.en ef aaid CoTm..
ty aa.il n,. at their VSttrnmi
ing elections in their respective tovnaalDS.
belween the horn or six ovoloek A-M.aad aix
o Irck P. M. of aaid dar, and proceed ta
i- ec by ballot, the toUowlof 8tta and Com.
ty ofljcerH, to-trit:
' One peraon for Secretarj of Stats.
One person for Supreme Judge. :
One person for SUte School Comtaiasloaer.
Ono 'person' for Member of the Boar, of
Public Works. .
One person tor Cleric of Boprema Court. -Onepereon
for BepresenUve la'Coagraag
fT Hie Fifth Cnngraaslonal Plstsli t. nampoeea!
-f the counties of Hrncork, Wjaadot, Ear
din. alien. Auglaize, Meroar and, Taa Wart,
One-pereoa tor Sheriff. ,
On? pcrsqn for Auditor. J
One.pereon for Treaarrer,
One person for Eecorder. , ....
. Ore person for CommiseVvner. . m
. .Ojoaj person tor. Jnfinaar Director. .,)
., One person tor Coroner. .,
And vherea. br an act of tbe Laaiaiatar. .
f the State of Ohio, pasaed Pebraarr tth.
WJl.it l aiiulattke daArof tha at
th time of nroclaiminx; tha Elactioa. to aire
hwne t the Trnsteea of tha several tea a-
4b:ps. of the number of peraone ta be ratans
M n Jurors from each township.
i ne appomnnmrni or Jarora. aa aaaafty
tne t .erk 01 the court or Loan of Cobii
Plfss. to be re tamed, ia aa totems :
This laUder is combination of a. ata ud .
exteimii-n ladder. It Is strong: and tlzbi. antt
ih. chunted. Imm a Step ladder to a ladder
tw ra itH length, or can be taken apart aadl .
uxed s tvo RK'p taldora. It la tha most eon
veiiieut kkdiler uada tor stores, werk ahapa.
'arioA, gardens, oiling maohinea. and aaj of
tna. enaieMfi. uee ui waica a iauer eaa na'
aonlied. The hiirht of tha aten ladder varlea
ltrum 4 to 19 DseUaDd linn ex tend d, twiaa :
ibat l-ngi 11. t all ami aee it at -
ia vnwo ABTis'K.rindiar, u.
ju.U7iK.9Ttt. . x :tK. .. . ,. .... .
divan nnder mr hand and seal.
t the Sheriff 'a otnee. ta Pladlaj.
this eighth dar ef September.
Anno Iitimiri. oee thousand eight handrea
and sixtr-eight. "
Aotlne Sheriff ol Hanoeek Oa.. O.
5eptnmb ft. 1W. BapllnltwA. '
:..,,To Teackers. . !( ?. ..-v
TUB HOARD DK.SCUOOI. FTIW.
of Eanbock County, will meet at
tue.bvaAKii nousa a utstnoi xaowS, rtadlar
Iuub1iip, f'-r tha examination of feacaera
a tba following days durlnf the year )s: -'
. Salv(Utf-,,Mareh Ith. ,-. ,x.-- 1 f . 1
1 " March 21sU
. April ith. . :l ; j
' April Jith. .
. " iUy 23rd. ,1
, 1 Juue6th.
. Aug. Int.
. October 3rd. .
: 1 ' OctoberlTth.
.,".(, NoTember:7Ui. ... .. j ..r.. '
,;'' ' November 21st.
, ; .- u" .-i.!-.Pacembartta. ..J . -
December 1'Jlh. .
KxHmfntlnns to commence at half past Bin
lyckxk.A.JL- r i.i-. J
, rtch appnan is requirea 10 pay the) Ex.
imfttera a fa t fifty cents on eotertnf Ua
n1 -!: -
All apprreanra ruuiroa to rorniaa ant-
Ira .tetimoijiaj 01 good moral eaaneter, '
itioiie wt:u bave been engaged as teachers to
4.Ula these from thdir.laat easloyata, who : -
will r.lxo cerliry to tneir iaitnrnineaa snaoim.. .
:es as teachers? waieti leaumoniaw WUl 09
. Nii certitlcate wlTJ be fssued without an ex-
amination; m private examinatleoS wilt m
nW ; no certinnate win om antaaaiad ; a
ailHl:as wt-irba-iadmitts Arr Te-axamiaa-
ti.i within three months alter a second fall- a
u-e." Appilcanta are requested ta raraiaa
fnevimeiM ol penmanship. . . .1 ''- ;
i..Tfie who fail to eompiy with tha hoaw
reaiHitioiut wUl not be admitted fcfia exam.
, border of tha Boar-
R,jaa-lr5 ' BeoretarT" Hoard f Sxamiaara.
hi tons tba
' 'M . -al
"a a VTTIU l.ll rMDMUUT
J1X V publiotbatha haa removed his
deroa,'eniock. Vp ataJre, 4 Dear
is prepared ta do Tailoring la all
is.TYInJ warranted to BC Term reJ-
. ; a a i " . , .
j..rner. . aprtno4.y.
Nm -r, aTpojrs:
1 'J'Slhaal BeV.ja.ia Wlaa-
M,n,'l HZ Tcounty, deoea
muu, lale Biuo ALMA WISKMAM.
, E. T. DP"", att". ap.xs.iaeSnWwa,