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FRIDAY, : : OCTOBER 16. 1868.
To our Former Patrons.
We wish oar old patrons who owe
ns on subscription to the Hancock
JcrrnuoHiAM to bear in mind that
we have sold the office, and desire to
eoept j that s doe us..: We receive
all does on subscription to September
4th. 1868. inclusive. Will not our
friends-bear in' mind this request,
end par promptly ? - Please let us
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byletter, stirsjs retneaaberiBg. the
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With many thanks lor kindly pat
nag, and requesting that it may
be continued to our successors, we
remain, Truly yours,
To our Former Patrons. LOCKES & BLYMYER.
A few cerds of wood will be taken
on subscription at this office if delivered
2IU. ':! 1 i
- TMjJWtiJilrMi'.Jiae Society, will
meet at the jeeidencefFt'Jg, Zay,
T The Cregatioaai Mite Society
will Bsee'at ttesidenc'e W Cpl! J.
'Al;BopVrToesdaT evening Oct: 20.
Mite Societies. Thanks.
;?$&tf$m':'W ' accept our
taaaks tor telegraphic courtesies
t.:'l f .it"
;. Tfrepocs4 .that-th Hon. Bill
;Mwpgu7a?Jbtlnd bis' ticket in' ". Au
"gia lfe ltuMtiev, What" is
nrtm m by Hdrt?r-s "Sjyie priver."
fer V9rJt boti-'racei easily.' ...
The : wheat crop throughout the
whole county is looking splendidly.
There naaM&ea Ifgreatnal sown, and
thus r far the f prospects for a jarge
yie?netyear;ajeood. ; ( j
The Tindlay Foundry and Machine
Shop has passed from the hands of
Adams, Mitogen Wolfe, into the
possession of Mungen, Coons & Vail
B. 8. MnngeiC.y. H. Coons, and
Cyrus YaiL All the parties have
oos warmest Wishes for success.
Just Think of it.
" There was a Republican lose in this
township of about eighty-four, compar
ing the majority of this with last year.
Have we any sneaking Republicans
among as' who voted a rolled-up Dem
ocratic ticket, or has emigration gone
I III III
The County Fair.
Should the weather continue favor-
able, our County Fair will prove a
great success, as present appearances
would indicate large attendance and
fair exhibition. We understand
,tbat quite a number of entries of fine
blooded stock have been made "from
adjoining counties. The Base Ball
Match will come of to-day. To mor
row several races will take place at
tfxeprjvinff PafV I J f , i
Our merchants have been driving
quite a bs4ak WMeU'apiples' for the
put few weeks, and farmers have re?
aliged from forty to eisty cents per
bushel.' "The crop Is very large and
of very flue quality. The following
exhibit bowsi the amount shipped
1Y. L. Davis & Co 2.750 btls.
Davis t Green 616 "
MarUn Smith,'..;:.. 100
Other parties, about . 150 "
We learn through conductor Wal
lace, of the-Branch' R. that on
V . ' .5.1
last Wednesday morning, Mr. Clias.
JlHW U lVtoa; a, hrakeif an
on the C. L. fc C. R. R was fatally
mjufed, whije engaged . m! coupling
cars.'by li8f loot f becoming : fastened
between two rails, and preventing him
from getting oat 6f the way of an
approaching flat car, which ran over
himy breaking his back, and otherwise
internally mjurinz' biin. It was thot
; ojib net iye Oirongh jthe day
. Friday last an accident happened
ta Mifi Wrthern Ttxmud freight train,
on the a. Sv A C. R. R,, between
Carey nd Berwick. A cow was on
the track, and waa thrown to one
aide bylhe cow-catcher, but unlortu
S"-"-,btar tonffbvffom.Xhe frack
SfJaxtaVitMi t&rf bf -the' tender
hitinr and turning pmrn-tfit track
. aabt in'front 'of the first car. Eight
- cars passed over her, and four were
' thrown to one side of the track and
four o ie joUjer," badly amsshiig all
t ef them.r No-injury was done to the
brakesman as he t happened to.be
Jrward on the engine '
Votn i.T Findhiv Tnwnshin
The following is the official vote of
this town Jiip :
FOR SKCKETAEY OF 6TATK,
Isaac Ii Sherwood, 474
-Thomas Hubbard, 3G9..105
si ' FOn Kl'VCEME Jt lKJK,"
William White, 474
WillUm E. Finck, 3C9..105
FOB SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
James A. Norria, 474
Samuel Kirkwood, 3C9..105
FOB VEUBEB BOARD PPBUC WORKS,
James Moore, 473
Arthur Hughes, 370. .103
FOB CLXKK. OF SUPREME COURT,
Rodney Foos. 474
John M. Webb, 36. .105
FOR MEMBER CONGRESS 5th DISTRICT,
1 nomas JS. tinsoll, 403
.William Mungen," '37.. 192
Christian M. Bush, 538
Samuel Myers, 299. .239
Neri Ebersole, 472
John L. Hill, 371. .101
Enoch Rosa, 4G3
Henry Ii. Wall, 381;. 182
' FOB RECORDER,
Luther 15. Robinson, 385.. 72
William Klamrotb, 4 ' 549
William Marshall, 293.. 256
FOR INFIRMARY DIRECTOR,
.Henry. M. Mosiert f 472
Perry Engle, 473
Parlee Tritcli, 370..113
In the Democratic County Con
vention of the "20th of June, the
''Uoart bouse eing,'' finding that the
German element were about to be
successful in nominating their candi
date for sheriff, united upon one of
their number, thus defeating their
wish to have a fair share olthe ticket.
This, together with insulting lan
guage to the .effect that Mno imported
stock war wanted on the ticket,' e we
can elect our ticket without the
Dutch," Ac., determined the Ger
mans that they would, support part of
the Republican ticket.
For this purpose our German Dem.
osjrajie friends had, ja .ticket printed
headed, "State Vnd County Ticket"
the names of Capt Bush and
Wm."Klaihrolh, Esq., inserted in
place of the regular Democratic can
didates for sheriff and commissioner.
The ticket did not purport to be eitb.
Republican or Democratic, and
not fraudulent in any sense, of
the word. They were intended for
the accommodation of the men who
could not be forced into the support
the Democratic ticket, which they
claimed was nominated by a knot of
pot-house politicians, who are quar
tered upon -the county treasury.
Finding that such a ticket was in cir
culation, these same political trick
sters caused the following hand-bill
be circulated :
The Radicals, despairing of suc
cess by honorable means, have iasued
and distributed fraudulent Demo
cratic tickets; on which .they have
placed the names of Christian M.
Bush for Sheriff, and William itiam-
roth lor Commissioner.
EXAMINE YOUR TICKETS CAREFULLY!
Dem. Cen. Com.
Now, we have not the honor of the
acquaintance of the members of the
Democratic Central Committee. We
suppose some of them, at least, are
honest men for we are not of the
class who believe that all who differ
with us politically are dishonest
and we would ask them to show us
one feature in the ticket the Germans
had printed that was fraudulent or
unfairl They certainly had a right
to erase any name on the Democrat
ic ticket and insert the name of any
Republican. .But the Democrat
ic Central Committee were very
careful to print the names on their
ticket so close and compact as' to
give no room for inserting names
with a pencil. This oversight on the
part of the Committee, our German
friends undertook to remedy by
printing their own tickets, and in so
doing were so careful to avoid even
the semblance of fraud that they left
off the name of both parties in order
tfcat jo' voter' might be deceived ;
and yet the Democrat! Central Com
mittee dares to 'charge these Ger
mans with fraud. Finding that they
have the manhood to stand up for
their rights, they farther insult them
bv brandiner them as crimiaala. We
thins that a lew Of inese same uer
mans about the Court House would
be an improvement. -
(1 On Wednesday or"Thursday last,
ten or tjvelve dollars. A $Y dollar
JfaUonalBenhvbUJ, Jheabjuiee ft &0
and 25 cent script. All rolled op in
fins brown tea piper.The fiader
will confer a favor and be kberaly
rewarded by retrftljg it to ?
H. S. SHANNON.
A voune man named Creamer, re
sidinsr in Newark. Ohio! while out
hunting last week, shot ' at" a bird.
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The gun did aot fo off, and he plac
ed tl under his back and leaned upon
it whiU he looked for the bird, when
theTeharga exploded.' seeding' the
ball through hie back and head7 pro
ducing instant death. . ...
. The farmers of .. Tuscarawas t county
are sowing a wider breadth of wheat
this fall than lor luany years previous,
The Central Northern Conferenccj
of Congregational Churches met
the First Congregational Church jn
Findlay, at 7 o'clock, on the evening
of Tuesday, October C.
An opening sermon was preached
by Rev. S. 11. Sherrel, of Belle vuc
from 2d Peter, iii 10,13.
Afler sermon, the Conference was
called" to order bv Rev.' Geo. M.
Cacdec. . . ,
Upou call of the roll tLc fol
lowing churches were found to be
Bellevue Rev. S. B. Sherrel and
Berlin Highta Rev. Geo. Candee,
U; Thompson and J. S. Berge.
Clarksfield Rev. J. M. Frszer.
Findlay Rev. J. A. Meeks and
Fairfield Rev. J. H. Laird.
Four Corners Rev. Q. M. Bos
worth, U. R. Monroe and N. P.
Mansfield Rev. J. E. Twitchel.
... Norwalk F. Upson. , , . .
Plymouth Fev. K.-T. Bsird, A.
Berere and A. R. Nickola. .
Ripley Rev. E. T. Baiid.
Buggies R. W. McReady.
West Newton James Hoven and
David N. Hoven. . r i- .-
Kelley's Island M. K. Uolbrook
and E. P. Bristol.
The organization of the Confer
ence was Completed by the appoint
ment of the following officers for the
Moderator Rev. J. E. Twitchel.
Scribe Rev. J. II. Laird. " w
Business Committee Revs. J. A.
Meeks, R. McCune and S. S. Ballen-
tine. t " , .
An application from the Union Evan
gelical Church of Kelley's , Island,
for admission to the Conference was
received and referred to the Business
Committee; also an application, from
the same Church, for the licencure
ofM. K. Uolbrook, was referred to
the same committee. The Society
then adjourned to meet Wednesday
morning at 8 o'clock. v
At the appointed hour, the mem
bers of the Conference, together with
many citizens of the place, met aud
spent an hour in prayer and confer
ence, after which the regular" business
of the day ' was ' attended to, ' as fol
lows:' . ' '.' "
The Confession of Faith presented
by the Church of Kelley's Island waa
read, and the Chureb, by a nnnani-
mous vote, admitted to Conference.
The sefmon of -last evening was
then erilixieed . by several of the
Ministers and delegates present.
The Conference then proceeded to
the examination of Rev. M. K. Uol
brook, of Kelley's Island.
- His examination was sustained and
papers of licensure were granted by
a unanimous vote of members pres
ent. ' Rev.' M. K. Holbrook was then
received to full membership iu the
association. 1 iJ-
The afternoon session was occu
pied in the discussion of the ques
tion, "What constitutes a violation
of the Sabbath?' at the close of
which the following resolution was
. . .
" Itetolctd, That,- considering the
tendency of the age, it is the opinion
of this Conference, that the Church
of Christ .should exercise ecpecial
care a proper and sacred regard for
the Lord's day.
A very valuable and critical essay
was read by Rev. Geo. Caudce upon
the word Baptizd.
A very interesting report from the
churches represented was given, and
much light waa thrown upon the
spiritual state and wants of the local
Letters of dismissal were granted
to Revs. E. P. Ingersoll, R. McCune
and J. H. Laird, who are now en
gaged in new fields of labors.
M. K. Holbrook was appointed
scribe for the coming year in place
of J. H. Laird, resigned.
In the evening a sermon waa de
livered by Rev. J. II. Laird, after
which the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper was celebrated and the Con
Daring the afternoon of the second
day, and upon the kind invirtation
of the Superintendent of the High
Scliool of the place, the delegates
visited, mast, the new public
school building, and here they bad
the privilege of examining one of
the finest educational buildings to be
sees in the State a large, structure
of brick, three stories high, above
the basement, with two towers, com
manding a view of the town and
county for miles around, the whole a
gem of architecture, a noble monu
ment to the enterprise, and justly
the pride of the people who have
here shown that they value and will
foster in their mi"T,those institu-
.. Lf.L ' ill ? .1 . 1
titns which will rejoice themselves
now, and the memory and benefit of
which they will be proud to transmit
to their children and 'children's chil
dren. -". . - u 1
The beauty of the structure was
found to be but a fitting type of the
great scuooi mat was assembled
ithin. Their order was perfect,
without restraint, and a perfect sys
tem pervaded all the departments
LaU evincing skill in the Superintea.
deat and efficiency in his assistants.
The hospitality of the citizens has
been beyond all praise. The vote of
thanks which was adopted by the
Conference could only faintly repre
sent the kind feelings of the delegates
as they mingled with the friends in
their own homes
The delegates will generally leave
for their homes upon the morning
trains, and they carry with- them a
prayer for the prosperity 'of Findlay
and a deeper desire to serve the
Master in the great labor to which
He has called them.
By order of the Secretary.
By order of the Secretary. T. Railing the Branch Road.
Quite a uuinbcr of our citizens arc
inja:3cu8sln' the possibility and prob
ability of puting "T"' rail on the
Branch Road; It is said that Rush
R. Sloan, President of the & D. &
L. R. R., has signified that the com
pany owning that road will relay the
Branch Road with "T" "rail, if our
citizens will furnish 110,000 or tl5
000 towards the enterprise; that it
they take hold of the matter, the work
will be put through from Cary U
Vanlue this Fall, and finished to Kind
lay in the Spring. -
After that a good substantial depot
will be erected here for the accomo
dation of passengers, etc.
Tho subject is worth at least a
thorough discussion by" our businesp
men, and should be looked at in all its
phases, and it it is found that their
interests and ; the interests of the
town would bo enlarged by the suc
cess of tho project, means should be
taken to cary it out at once.
Let us hear more abont the Branch
Road, and the authority for the offer
that Mr. Sloan is said to have made
We believe that if something tangi
ble could be got at, our citizens
would take hold of the matter.
For the Jeffersonian.
Mr. Editor : There is a class of
men living in this town who wiidi to
claim the name of pportsmen, but who
infringo upon tho game law every sea
son ; and it is time to put a stop to it
Gentle hints are of no avail, and there
will have to be a protest entered that
can not lte misunderstood.
They go into tho country with their
dogs and guns, at least a month and
a-half before the law allows them, and
harass the game until fix or eight
weeks after the gaining season has ex
pired. The quantity they kill amounts
to -nothing, comparatively, for they
are not the kind of hunters that bag
much game; but they make it so
wild especially quail, by the time
that the hiinting season commences,
tliat a sportsman seldom gets a blot
durin" . the Ten tire season, unless he
succeeds in getting out of tho rage o'
these " pot-hunters,' aud that is next
to an iniosMbility.
You can hear them almost every
day, wasting their amunition, and
shouting at their dogs, almost within
the limits of the town ! ,4A great
fuss,'' but few "feathers.!- i
A true sjortsman wants no more
time Uiau the law, provides to kill
game ; but he does not like to be im
posed upon by every scnllawag in the
town that owns a hound and an old
For the benefit of this thus, we will
give ttieui a nine ot iiie game law,
and then let them "look out:"
"Deer, and all elk, arc only to be
hunted and killed during the months
of September, October, and Novem
ber: wild turkeys, pheasants, or rail
bits, from the first of September ti
the tirt,t of January ; qiiailn, from the
20tli of October to the 'Jotli ot nc-
ceniber ; woodcock, or Biiipc, from the
first of bepteiuler to the lirst ot JWarrli.
Penalty a fine not exceeding "?-." for
each offense, with co.-ts and inij,'i imm
inent nut exceeding thirty days."
Penally the same for trapping, net
ting, or taking by any other method
N. IMROD, JR.
For the Jeffersonian.
VAN BUREN ITEMS.
Ed. J Eh v.: It has been some time
since "Eh.'' has asked a place in your
columns ; not since the good old sheet
put on her new clothes, and now he
..-. 1 .1. 1
thinks that it is due mai now arcs
that we report.
Has revived considerably 111 our
place within the past month. Every
mechanic seems to work late and car
ly, iu order to keep pace with the do
mauds of his customers iu his respec
REPUBLICANS ON THE RAMPANT.
The failure of the coining of the
Jeff, in last Friday's mail, caused
many to wonder and regret the oc-
eurrence of the fact. As it was just
before election, every one seemed ex
ceedingly anxious to have the Jeff.
Why is it, if they were properly mail
ed? Tho Democratic post-masters
should not come "roots'' on us iu that
way. ;r " ' :v "
On last Thursday, by Rev. Mr.
Bower, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. E. W. Poe to Miss Callie
Thomas, both of this county.
The writer having been present on
the happy occasion, can attest, to the
splendid arrangements,' and especially
the grand display of wedding-cake,
and the necessary appendages, all of
which served well -to -make ap-a rich
collation so bountifully spread for the
marriage guests. The day, although
a little disagreeable' ant of doors,- pass-
rt ' : . 'J .1. ' . S' 1 ii
eI off much : to; ' the pleasure 'of all
present. The second day (Friday),
was spent at the residence of the fath
er of our friend Mr. P., with addition
al guests. The day passed, pflf iu an
excellent manner. "Eb.'? must again
ppeak in great pria .f the 6tylo in
which the table was so nouiy prepar
ed. Every'one present on this de
lightful occasion seemed especially
pleased with the manner in w hich the
afiair passed off all agreeing that
spoke volumes of credit to those di
rectly interested. ' Thus the public
may congratulate our friend E. W.
and his charming little bride, with
hope that their hie may ever be attend
ed with pleasures and bles3ir.es i.iiu
merable, and (heirs spheres orowWd
wHh constant success.
Good-bye, F. W. I raise my hat.
The election' is passing off quietly
and orderly; but, of course the Tesult
can aot be reported, at this early wri-
For the Jeffersonian.
Letter from Delaware, Ohio.
DELAY ARE, O., Oct. 5, 1868.
Ei). Jeff.: As this is one amonr
the most important ejochs in the his
tory of our country, therefore, I will
give you a brief statement of matters
here.- ( "
Upon our arrival at this place, wt-
found lioys from almost all the States.
North and . South. The first tl
done in a jKilitical way, was to organ
izo ourselves iulo a battalion of carpet
baggers. In our section, there ua
.110 Democratic exception, who, to-lx
sure, did not go into this organization.
Only one, to my knowledge, (though
there may have been one or two more,
for they were mute,) whose heart does
not throb in unison with our country I
and humanity. Thus you see, Mr.
Kditor, that we have here between
three and four hundred of tho noblest
of America's sons.
Out of our whole numW, there
are not to exceed twenty or twenty
live who will not Bpcak in favor of
Grant and Colfax.
Our place of voting u quito a ques
tion ; but our boys say that it they
can't voto here, they can go to "pap's"
and vote, if it is necessary to travel
w much as two hundred miles. I do
not think one Union boy will fail to
vote. We liavo been having a num
ber of good iolitical meetings here,
severally addressed by Generals West,
Sherman, and others. Our Faculty,
(probably tho best corps in the land,)
are Union to the core, nor are they
afraid to make Union seeches..
Our students are also guilty of the
same thing. Indeed, this town, with
the exception of foreigners, Catholics,
and Democrats, will speak tn matte for
Uuion and right ; yet, you are aware,
Mr. Editor, that this county has quite
a number ot professional Democrats.
As we have the old Camp Chase
flag-staff, in our college-ground, we
are preparing a splendid tlaff for the
O. W. U., which shall lloat over our
heads during the campaign, unmolest
ed, as we love to walk liencath its
folds. The ladies of the collego vio in
patriotism with ourselves, and they
propose to make tue tug.
. I hope all my Hancock friends have
the same spirit which actuates ns, and
will voto in favor of the interests of
our country, and thus seak for God,
humanity ami right
The American Stock Journal.
Every farmer and stock breeder
should send for a copy of this maga
zine, and get up a club. Only si a
year. The proprietors offer valuable
premiums of blooded cat'.le, sheep,
cashmere goats Chester white hogs,
all varieties of fancy poaltry, seeds,
agricultural implements, aud many
other fancy and useful articles
Three copies ttnt jrtt. A large
show-bill illustrated with over 0 en
gravings of different varieties of do
incslic animals, sent to any person
wishing to get up a club.
Address N. P. BOYER * CO.,
Parkesburg, Chester Co. Pa.
For the Jeffersonian.
VAN BUREN, O., Oct. 3, 1868.
Tn tlio Otfiirnr nd Mnmhori of DaywiH.d
l.ilg No. Wi. I. O. . r .:
We, your Jomniittee, to whom was
a.si"tied the duty of drafting rcsola
lions expressive of the sympathies of
the Lodge with Brother and Sister
Frick, in this, their bereavement, by
tho death of their only child, would
respectfully submit the following pre
amble and resolutions :
Wuekkas. Iii the providence of
Almighty God, our Divine Master,
whose ways are to us mysterious, and
infinitely above our finite comprehen
sion, and who worketh everything af
ter the councils of His own will, in
that he hath been pleased by the hand
of death, to remove from among us
the only, and much beloved child,
Lodemia, ol our worthy and esteem
ed Brother and Sister Frick, who are
thus called to mourn her untimely
ileath ; therefore, be it
Resolved. 1st. That we, being
bound together by the ties of brotk-
orly lovo and charity, and having a
common sympathy with our brethren
111 distress or anlction, do hereby ten
der unto our bereaved brother and
sister in this, their allliction, our
icart-felt sympathies and condolence.
2d. That these resolutions bo en
tered ujKin the minutes of the Lodge,
and a copy be presented to the pa
rents of the deceased, and also that
copies be forwarded to each of the
county papers for publication.
L. J. HiNG,Com.
J. A. lVAUY, )
At a meeting of Golden Rule En
campment, No. 92, of the I. O. O. F.
held October Oth, 18C8, the under
signed were appointed a committee
to draft resolutions expressive of the
sentiments of tho Order upon the
death ot Franklin Brown, whereupon
the following were presented and
Whereas, An Allwise Creator hii
hpon nlisased in Ilia wisdom to re-
move by the nana 01 ueain, our
brother Patriarch, Franklin Brown ;
1- - . , . . . . .
Rfjolved. That in his death the En
campment has lost an honored mem
ber, one WhO in uu uiwsitiuurse wiu
his brethren and the world at Urge,
fully exemplified the principles of
our Order. . '
llrdi ed. That while we bow in
humble submission to the will of our
Heavenlv Father that Dather, who
doeth all things welland while our
hearts are saddened wita grief, at the
loss of our brother, we are comforted
with the assurance, that though dead
yet shall he live again,'' and that we
extend to his bereaved relations, our
sincere sympathy, assuring them that
in their bereavement we mourn wita
them. ' " ;'
JStsoloedy That tho foregoing res
olution be placed in the Journal of
this Encampment, and that a copy
be nresented to the editors of our
county papers for insertion, aa.d an
other with our luaoiest greetings be
preaeated to the relations.
s. Sprague, )
Wm. Klamroth, Com.
For the Jeffersonian.
At a regular meeting of Hancock
Lodge Nd. 73, 1. O. O. F .heldTueg-
day evening, Oct 6, 1SC3, the fol
lowing preamble aud resolution."
wercrepoitcd and unanimously adopt
ed: "Our .Brother, Frank A. .Brown,
who but a few days ago was with as
in the midst of tho plana and labor
of life, is no more. Death with him
has done its work, and he now reab
in the silent grave.
lUsotced, 1st That while we will
;ngly bow in submission to the wil
f God,' who iu his wise, but inscru
..able Providence, has , removed, b)
laatli, a member of our Order, we
.fould express deepest sorrow for the
loss of one wo hailed as a Brother
worthy and respected in ' all the re
lations of life, and by this sad event
e reminded that bin the midst of
life we are in death."
2d. That we tender our condo
lence aud heartfelt sympathy to tho
ramily aud friends of our deceased
3d. That a copy of these resolu
tions be presented to the parents of
the deceased, and that a copy of the
iame be published in the papers of
R. II. UOLLTDAT,!
Wm. MoKinnis, Com.
D. C. Fisher. )
D. H. PUGH, Sec'y.
Local Business Notices.
We want some of our old patron,
who have more wood than money, to
bring the former to us immediately.
Wood or money soon.
LOCKES & BLYMYER.
Two .days later a largo invoice of
Army Clothing received at Houpt &
As we have disposed of the Jkffsr
sonian, 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 & BLYMYER.
LOCKES & BLYMYER. Elections---Betting.
Many people are betting on the
result of the elections, both State and
National. Some body must lose, in
such eases, and such losses are al
ways attended with feelings of regret
on the part of the unlucky individuals
that they were so foolish.
Far better is it that all should,
I'Kmii thalv nnnti In thfrlr Bnrkata.
For when iu there they know they've f ot it,'
And go to Kemble A Ca's Empire
Corner and invest it to good advan
tage in goods needed for them
selves and families. They have car
ried this county by an overwhelming
majority on "good goods at low
prices." That's the ticket.
The Fair To-day.
Mr. D. II. Pugh has the Limb Knit
ting Machine on exhibition on tho Fair
Gruuud to-day, which is attracting
hosts of visitors. He is also agent for
tho Wheeler & Wilson Sewing. Ma
chine, one of tho best Machines ex
tant. Call and examine before pu.r-
O. S. Mutiny's Oysters, undoubted
ly the best Oysters put up fir sale, at
U K, Gicouv bythe Oau.er Half
can, or uooked in any btyle. Call and1
try thotu." . .. .
1 shall keep fresh Fish during the
rest ot . the season: cheap ;t4 V"'
cheapest ' " "
n-.'0wl.J , Ji. Ha. URtES.
Tho only new stock of clothing in
Findlay will be, found at Houpt it
uynl's. - ; , t 'i
The Place to Buy Clothing.
Not of a stranger, ; who will charge-
you two prices for an ill-fltting gar
ment composod of poor material. Go
lo Houpt ifc Byal, who have secured
the services of Henry Blcuher as fore
man, .'who is well known as' an excel
lent workman, rah.I will lut you np a
good garment in good stylo, and as
cheap as you can get it any place. No
extra charge for cutting where they
funm-h the good. ' -
Are you Prepared?
J. M.' NeibVuig A Co. are selling
boots and shoes in such quantities and
t rates so cheap, that every person
seems determined to lay in a supply.
Do not delay, aa those who go firt
will be sure to fire best.- Every one
must look out for himself in these
The latest fashions at Houpt it By
Different parties are advertising
Soda Yeast Powders,'' and various
other, articles, without which they
claim good bread, biscuits, c, can
not oe mane. 11 may De, ana is un
doubtedly true, that some of these new-.
fangled articles are essential, but one
must first- have a good stove such
as are sold by. Davidson A Martin.--
They also have a fine stock oftable cut
lery, embracing some new styles. -
' Tho largest line of paper and lea.th.-
er-coyered trunks a( Hr4U.pt ByalV
When at the Fair to
splendid pictures Zay bason eihibhuon,
and take the earliest opportunity to
procure sotiav of y6urself and 'family
equally as good. He does work rap
idly and at low prices.; t
A Great Saving.
.. We would say to those ol our
readers who wish to get a Sewjpg
Machine, that they sn b.uy the Julias
liowe, with au tne latest improve
ments, at L. Leppelman's Emporium,
in Fremont O., for SaX luis same
Machine is sold by agents and deal
ers at 565.
uive mm a caiur wfi;p,
him to send you pae by express.
Fifteen dollars is worth saving these
times. - - inziwa.
Go to Davis & Green's for nice
fresh Oysters, received direct from
Baltimore this day.
Fret A Ettijjgkr's is Hcmlnuir
tcrt for School and Miscellaneous
Books, College Text Books, Writing
Paper, Slates, School Ink, and all
kinds of Stationery . required by
students; which they aro soiling
CHEAPER than any house inNorth
They keep an open list, and tend f 01
Boots, it Eryrest, at they are vankd.
Hoots furnished in this way come at
lest rate than if they vtre kept oh
hand in stock. Jtooks rrin three
lays qfltr Out order is ywn.
Fret it Ett-ixger's is also the
place to buy Pure Fresh Drugs at
either Wholesale or Retail. Their
stock was-never before so complete
as now, and their facilities are such
that they arc able to offer first-class
goods of every description in theii
tine at the very lowest market price,
and in no instance will they allow
themselves to be undersold.
nol7 FREY & ETTINGER.
Purchaso Only Tho Best.
In a majority of advertised bitters.
important ingredients, the necessity
of which are plainly indicated, arc
omitted, because of their high prices;
in others, the proportions and com
binations of the ingredients are in
defiance of all settled principles ol
pharmaceutical chemistry; others,
again, are mere shams, made up of
poor whiskey slightly bittered with
aloes and colored in such a manner
as to deceive the unwary, and are so
nauseating as to be unworthy of crit
icism, and to the patient the remedy
is worse than the disease, while years
of experience and trial have proven
Ur. KobacK a Moraach Bitters to be,
just as recommended, one ot the
best remedies extant where a stom
achic tonic and stimulant are requir
ed. They never fail to strengthen
the weak, impart vigor to "the strong.
and are, in' every particular, just
wnai a atomacn Ditters ought to be.
If you have symptoms of Dyspepsia,
take them freely to aid digestion. If
you reside in bilious districts, they
should be taken as a sure prevention
of Bilious Fever and Fever and Ague,
Liver . Complaint, .Jaundice, and in
all that class of diseases where there
is a general depression of the nerv
ous system, loss of muscular energy.
weakness, lassitude, want of appe
tite, faintness, chilly sensations ,and
aching of the bones, Ac !And, as a
remedy for female weakness, Leu
chorrheea, or Whites, Roback'a Bit
ters have no equal . Tbejr .are pre
pared with special reference to this
complaint, and art like a charm.- A
few day's trial will satisfy the most
sceptical of the real merits of this
really valuable medicine. Frey &
Kttiuger, Sole agents, Findlay, Ohio.
Do not hesitate to use White Pine
Compound when troubled with Weak
Luugs, Affection of the Throat or
any l'ulmonary or Kidney Complaint;
as it win not harm, nut qn tha t-oi
trry be of great benefit to-you.-
Many People Resort.
To a Dye because they havo never
used "Barrett's Hair Restorative,"
Try this, and you will never want to
New Kind of Arm,
Wo notice travellers aro carry iu
a new arm (for self-defence.) It
consists of a neat package, is always
ready ror use, and is lalmlled, J. W.
Poland's Humor . Doctor. 4 A sure
cure for Scrofula and all diseases of
the blood. Put up in large bottles,
and for sale by W. L. Miller t Co.
Alisma. Last week we called at
tention to the Constitution Bitters
of Seward A Bcntly, aud now we
take pleasure in noticing their Alisma
for the hair, which is said to be a
very fine article for the toilet. We
are of the opinion that the prenara
tions of S. A B. are all good, lor the
reputation they sustain as Druggists
is good evidence that they would not
put anything in the market of an or
dinary character. Messrs. Frey A
Kllmger have it for sale, and we hope
all our friends will try it
For all Bronchial affections, try
Seward's Cough Cure.
H OUCH PENNED On TufUv. Ontt.bar
iih. t li e brids'a homa. near Plymtmib. O.,
oy nev. j 0. tiougn, kit. 1. Hough aud llita
Mary M. Fenner.
ATEN HOOBHEAD. On October Rita, al
I he remdence or the brMe'j parents, by
Iter. N. T. Mrtrrntr, UK C.eorga Aten and
Miga llurlba Mooi head, both ol tbis county.
BURBE!.L-COOXa.-On TburdT. Oulo
ber Sin, at tue residence of Mr U. U. Baker,
by Rev. laaao Newton. Mr. (). N. Huhbcll. ot
Manroeville, and Mr. Kr nea K. Count, of
POB THOMAS. On Ootooer 8th. at the
reaideacaol the arlda'a lather, by Ut. J.
T. .Bower, Hr. Kbeneur W. Poe and Uiw
Callie Thomas, all of Ilancock ooanty, O.
ALfiPACH-SWOYEB. On tha lStb. at It
bride's home, by Rev. U. B. Behwr. II r. Ell
W. AUpaoh and Miaa JxNriua tiwoyer, all ot
this county, , ,
HOSI.EB. On October 15th. 18S8, near
Arcadia, Bannock county, Ohio. Con Rel'e.
daughter ol Hr. and Mrs. Peter Hosier, agad
3 years and amnins.
Findlay Price Current.
(Vbiat, B, So. I 1 SSQ1 73
Flops, per barrel r $Slia Oo
Coaii, shelld,p r bushel.. .M 0O to
lathe ear so
Oats, per bnstael. .. ,...,. 60
fihop ne4, pes of t.;..;.t,.,, tt 76
nran. per cwi.. .......... ............ i
Bcttis, per pound....... HV)
Ecea, per dozen. WXti'lO
Libb. per pound........... ........ 14&16
Tallow. per pouad.. M..... J.. .i l
Bess Wai, per pound 1"
Salt, par barrel Al oo
Hipas, per pound. ...green, a9i, drr, 16 gW
Calf ?kiks. per pound w li< " X325
Codmtbt Suat, per pound (&
Flax aasav per banVeU......., 11 V&1 U
h.oTiB sx. par bushel.?.! U 00
Timotht Bsaa, per bushel ti S0&1
Hams, smoked. D3r DO-ciL. lblSjlft
Soouldiso, aoii&dj per pound U&14
LBMSa. par tostfel Il.eoj
f PoTATess, per bushel near $0 7-6l
Arrtaa, ereen.per uusdsi,,...
rmriivi live. ea3h -
TcaaiTr, live, per lb. o3oo
Cauia. Der Doiind...
ncct.::. . .'.:.:.::r..-...r.. uoo
Dustusa Hoes 0 l
Soaeca Movs. par (itlioa. -':u00
wooy. per puuuq ....... ... ..
Attorney at Law,
Oillce r.ver Eviog & Redick'a Shoe Store
aUiu aiKl, i'mdisy, O.J jai.louoJl.lj
ALEY & R0TECHILD,
IN"earlv Opposite the Court House,
Are receiving Rnd now opening an elegant line of
' CONSISTING OF
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH MF.EINOS,
ALPACAS, EMPRESS CLOTH,
also a fine assortment of
DOUBLE-FACED WATKK I'KOOF,
CLOAK BUTTONS AND ORNAMENTS, A 0., A
We have in great variety and at
VERY LOW PBICES,
We are also opening a large invoice of
HEW Aura CHOICE
Making our Stock unusually full aud
.;. close Uuyers.
OTJTi MOTTO IS
"QUICK SALES AND
We do not propose to blow how much cheaper we can .
SELL YOU GOODS FOR CASH
But we will say, and truly say, that we can and will sell for
As we have no expensive Store Rooms
port In connection with the above we have a
m OTniOTmvri' ti?didtitdii7ii
m Aim tiLUiiii
' . " SUPERINTENDED BY -
MISS A. C. YEARIOK,
Lato of Toledo, Ohio,
Who has received the latest styles of '
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS
And is prepared, on a large scale, to take orders, which "
WILL BE PROMPTLY FILLED
at as J,QW RATES as elegant and FJNELY
FJNJ3HEQ WORK can be done.
MALEY & ROTHCHILD.
Bottom of the Market 'Nowhere!
COMPARED WITH THE GOODS SOLD AT THE
- 5" f h"W
Flannels at 85
V - x t f---.?-v -. i : v -.--- . . -"J c. 4
OTHER GOODS tfi PROPORTION!
ALL GOODS MADE OF . GEMJIM. WOOL.
We are bound to sell ten thousand dodnrs worth and want to do it in
the next sixty days.
well worthy an examination by all
and from five to ten Clerks to sup
Jiniviuu i m iiii i iiiuii 1
: t. Or:!.
Cents Per Yard,
H". ;H -Ji .R. n J - J. i -SS : . I
liAiO( It OI I V
PLANING Ti ILL!
D. C, FISHER & CO.,
.Ytest Crawford Street,
Return their acknowleiigemeala to their
uauy custooiers, and wouid state that they
are la better ah.-tpe to turnUh builders with
PINE AND ASn SHINGLES, AC,
Manufsatured from good Umber, than ettr
ALL KISDS OF PL AH ISO
Dona on short notice. Our machinery is
oeUy new and of the most improved kind,
and work dona by it may be relied on.
Cash paid for all kinds ef Lumber.
Vow.iltl.lr. : n. fr. FIHHEB Co.
- Cqssm Haik a a Frost Stuiis,
, ' PINDLAY, OHIO,
GEOBQE HOMAH, Proprietor.
Thisbousa has beau thoronahly repaired
and newly ituiahed. Every '.Uiilia fill
be naid tha comfort of the travuliru; pubiit:-
Good aad apaeioas atabiing attached to the
irini Irnm disordered state of the atom
ch and bowels, and a htllous derangement
i.i tha liver, aud cmii be permanently cured
by the in ol iiobauk's Biouk Purifier ami
Blind Pills- Full dlrecUouac cmpany e-Ai-.h
buttle and box.
Sold by t'tey & ElUn.er, Ftbdiay, U.
IS.;:; i:tal.lilied 1853
Miinufacture an J doalcr In all kinds of
Fiirniture, Cha irs &c,
fcOOTU BIDS BAILBODA 8TB BET.
. ' t
Aheaver than Feathers or Hair, and tar
superior. Tbe Lightest, Hoitest and moat
elastic and durable malarial known for '
CAE, CASKIAQE, AND CHAIS
rertei viy clean and free fr-om dust. It
not pace at aiL 1 aiways free rmsa
in:-e;t Ma, la portectly healthy, and lor Ue
aw w aneiiialed. Hpeciat aiteutioagivenv
to lui'i.iUi.6 Cburcbai, liaila, ic
Agent IVHrFindlwr. O
Ladies, who. during certain r"i0is are so
ludtii troubled with CoaliventSH or Coaalt
Uo... cu lind oortiu relief in abaik
Slwd 1 il . which can be tKen during aA
Ites otreKincy wuu ptrieci aaiuu .
bj i rj A ttUuisr, k UidJ-y. O.