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Are now receiv
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Staple ' and Fancy .
men a BOYS'
Boots and Shoes
, ETC., STC.
Than at any time
during the last
They are making the
FUR FLY on Prices of all
, LADIES' and GENTS'
TCliey arc almost
Flannels at 25 cents
Poplins at 20 cents
Scotch Plaids at 25
cents worth 50.
French Merinos 50
to 75 cents worth
$1 00 to $1 10.
Empress Clothsat G5
cents -worth $1 00
Mohairs at 50 cents
Prints at 10 cents
Water Proofs at $1
20 worth $150.
Canton Flannels at
18 cents worth 20.
Bed Blankets at $4
70 worth $5 75.
Over-coats at $5 00
worth 7 50.
Men's Boots at $3
95 worth $4 75.
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jjec 4L, ABW-M
Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland
On and after Monday, November 18, trains
will run as louows (annua vs excepted ):
Findlay Ace. Mail. Pnt'g'r.
Leave Findlay . 6 (W a in ...8 2 am2 IS pm
vnin 2U am 15 uuj UO pm
Ar'rr Carey . so am8 4U mj 3D pm
Leave Carey 53 am 4 10 pm
Tlllln 7 s am 4 ao pra
8 17 am
8 30 am.
. 8 20 till.
Cleveland.-!! SO am
" Toledo 1010 am....
Ji 40 pra
.7 25 pra
.7 45 pra
The 8.25 a Train connects at Carey with
Mail going South.reaching Forest at 10.18 a m ;
Kenton at 10.50: Bellefontaine at 1L68: L'rbana
at 12.41 p m ; tipringneld at 1.25 p m ; Usborn at
2.05 pm: Dayton at 2.40pm: Cincinnati at
Mail. JfaO. FSyAe.
Lean Toledo 00 am lo so am
" Cleveland 5 00 am 2 30 pin
Sandusky 1 30 am 4 50 pm
4irrg Clyde 8 10 am 5 42 pm
Leave Clyde 8 20 am R 50 pm
" Tiffin 9 05 am., 6 Si pm
drrire Carey 45 am 7 15 pm
Leave Carey 10 10 am ...4 00 pm 7 20 pm
" Vanlue 10 40 am ...4 25 pm 7 45 pm
rrfreFindlar 11 JO tmj 80 pm 8 10 pm
Trains arriving in Findlay at 5.L p m .connect
at Carey with Mail Train from the South which
leaves Cincinnati at 7.15 a in; Dayton at 10.15
a ra ; Usborn at 10.53 a m ; Bprineheld at 1' JS
a ra ; Urbana at 12.15 p m ; Bellefontaine at
L20 p m ; Kenton at 2-25j m ; Forest at 27 p m ;
arriving at Carey at&2 p m.
Pwaengert by this Line reach Findlay quick
er than by any other Haute.
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad.
To take effect Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1869.
Passenger -V-tO a. m.
Accommodation and Mail 2:15 p. m.
Amvt at Fremont.
Accommodation and Mail
7vi0 a. m.
.4:45 p. u.
Accommodation and Mail.
8: to a. m.
6:L"j p. m.
Arrive at Findlay.
Accommodation and Mall.- .1 1:15 p. m.
Possenper . 8:15 p. ni.
Passensers leavlnc r mala v at t&io a. in., ar
rive at Cleveland at 11:20 a. nu, and Toledo at
Iteturmna Leave Cleveland at 2n p. m. ana
Toledo at 5:10 p. in. arrive at Findlay at fc35
leavinK Cleveland at uou a. m. ana loiouo
at 6:55 a. arrive at Findlay at 11:15 a. m.
jcelumtna ieave findlay at z-.io p.m.. ar
rive at Cleveland at 20. and Toledo at 7:45
Close connections are made at uonroeviue
lor Mansfield, Columbus, Ac.
Passencers uv uiis ttoaa wiu rescn r inuiay
earlier than by any other route.
Buv tickets via Fremont, in Cleveland and
Toledo, at the ticket offices of the Lake Shore
M. E. CHURCH-
Saturday Eve, Jan. 8
Coder the auspices of Uie
F. y. L. s.
This will perhaps be the only opportunity
many of our citizens will have to hear this
gifted lady-lecturer, and we hope she will be
greeted with a full house.
Findlay, Dec 30, 1809-33 w2
4-Clrcalatlon double that of any vtb-
er paper In Hancock County.
DEC. 31, 1869
Mrs. Jacob Peters will accept our
thanks for a lot of nice apples.
We are under obligations to Mr.
W. II. Whiteley for the report of the
Teachers' Institute up to the time cf
going to press.
St. John's Day.
Past Master William Anderson, of
Findlay Lodge, No. 227, F.4A. M
installed the officers of Findlay
LoOee. No. 227, and Bianchard
Lodge, No. 403, on Monday evening,
Dec. 27. After the installation, re
freshments were served rip in the
room immediately under the Hall,
and a right pleasant season was en
joyed by the fraternity.
Assignment of Henderson & Connell.
Close upon the news of the burn
ing of the store of J. S. Henderson)
came the anouncement that Messrs
Henderson fc Connell had made an
assignment to Mr. W. H. Wheeler,
for the benefit of their creditors
Rumors and counter rumors flew
thick and fast, and it was telegraph
ed abroad that the failure of this
firm Involved many others. Upon
what this wholesale falsehood was
based we are at a loss to know.
There is not a business house in our
town that is involved to any oonsid
erable extent, and certainly none in
volved to an extent that will in the
least effect their standing. It is,
perhaps, human to look at the worst
side of the matter, bat it is not cred
itable, Let t await the facts in the
Findlay Uaion School Report for the
Week rading Dec. 21. 1869 :
35 -.3 3?f i
17- li-iZA 5
. j-- - ic
C????: : t: :
I r-rS!-rH III!
SS?i5S s tig I tow KtmutL
w i-i- y S- Ik GirU Enrolled M
g;gggg;gg Tnfnl totrnllHl
g Jioym ji p. Dai. Alt rtuVt-
fj gTVi WSS litr I VUl' c jxii. Mend ei-
jjy sj lloyt'J'irrt.i, AUrtufct
I OirU'J tcLoA ttriul'ce
Total Per ct. of Attend er
5 d 55 5. -'rLJ .
r. I - tx K S frl
The Fire at Mt. Blanchard.-
Thcre as ouch excitement in our
town last Tuesday moraing over the
startling news that a disastrous (ire
had occurred at Mt. lilanchard. The
facts, as we have ascertained thrm
from citizens of that place, are as
follows: On Monday night, Mr.
Morgan J. Paul, who had charge ot
the large Dry Goods establishment
of J. S. Henderson, retired to his
bed room, which was partitioned off
from the main store room, about
half-past eleven o'clock. Dr. G. V
Galloway was in the room in convcr
aiion with Mm until that time
About half-past one o'clock, Mrs.
Litzenberger, living opposite, dis
covered, i-nd gave the alatm of fire.
Mr. Litzenberger was the first one to
reach the spot, and he discovered
the window open, and the door ol
the safe, which stood directly eppo
site the window, was also standing
wide open. The lire appeared to be
about the center of the front part of
the room, and had not made much
headway. It appeared to barn very
fast, and before' many reached the
spot, the house was enveloped in
flames. Mr. Paul was aroused, and
barely escaped with his life. That
the fire was the wotk of an incendiary
there can be ro doubt Burglars'
tools were found in the ruins near
the safe. The loss is estimated at
about 850,000, upon wheh there is
an insurance ot $13,000. Messrs.
Greer & Son, who occupied an
Adjoining room, saved their stock or
drugs, etc., entire.
Mr. Henderson returned from the
West, yesterday, where he has betn
on a visit.
Not only is this a severe loss to
the parties concerned, but U will be
fell severely by the people of that
village and vicinity. It is a terrible
disaster to all concerned.
The Lutheran Sunday School Fes-
t in- - - - . m
lal, tvUJclt nos uvlil Ii ru.i-li;l o
Hall, last Fridav evening, was a sue
cess both numerically and pecuaiari
ly. The Hall was filled with a hap
py company of children, men and
women, old and young ; and at one
time the crowd was so great as
to Bcarcely allow etanding room for
those eager to see ard hear. The
programme for the evening was not
carried out to the entire satisfaction
of the projectors themselves, owing
to the press of the multitudes ; yet
the general satisfaction is great.
The music was enlivening, the op
pearance of -Santa CTaus grotesque,
and the respective tables laden with
tovs. nick-nacks and candies, pre-
aenid a verv animated and pleasing!
effect. The members and friends of
the school and church request us to
tender thanks to our citizens for
their very liberal and hearty patron
age. The receipts of the evening
were 8246 50.
The tableaux were rich, and call
ed forth the liveliest manifesiations
of approval. We wish tic School
and its entcrpruing friends contin
Mr. Kennan's Lecture.
We neglected, in our last issue, to
notice the excellent lecture of this
gentleman, delivered in this place,
on the evening of the ISth inst. Al
though delivered without oratorical
effort, beyond a conversational nar
rative of plain facts, the lecture was
both interesting and instructive. lie
told the audience that which they
most wanted to know the habit3
and customs of the people who inhib
it the frigid regions of Northern
Asia, of ttte scenery and climate, the
mode of travel, 4c. HU description
of that grandest display of nature,
the Aurora Bor 'eali; was magnificent.
The audience, so far as we heard
expressions of opinion, were not
only satisfied, but delighted. We
hope to hear Mr. Ivenn&n again, in
our town, and we know that nothing
would better please our citizens.
"Old Jackson Foundry."
We are glad to learn that Mr. J-
C Powell has purchased an interest
in this foundry, and the businea will
hereafter be conducted under the
firm name of Marvin fc Powell. Mr.
Powell is well known to our people,
and needs no recommendation from
us. The firm is a good one and we
wish them the success they deserve.
We wish Findlay had a few more
- ii ....
We neglected last eek to notice
the clock which our friend Dr. Jacob
Carr has placed on his office in Hen
derson's Block. It is an excellent
Behbmbik that Olivk Loo tx lec-manner
tares at the M. E. Church, Saturday
TeitJpf , January 8, I
. r 1
HANCOCK COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
FINDLAY, Dec. 27, '69.
Tue Hancock County Teachers"
Institute commenced its fifth annual
session, at the Union School build
iug, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to-day.
The meeting was called to order
by F. II. Tufts, the presiding cfQcei
of last yetr. Mr. John Bowmai
tbea read tie minutes of last years
Institute, which were adopted with
out alteration. The election of cfu-
cers, being then in order, was takei
op and resulted as follows :
J'reriJent E Miller.
Vice IWetUknts Mrs. A. II. TufU
nd Messrs. S'aeet9, Baker, Kagy and
St cretary Mr. John Bowman
A motion was then made to the
effect that Mr. Tufts should deliver
in address, which was carried, and
that gentleman responded in a very
interesting and eloquent style
Adjourned to meet at 14 o'clock.
Institute met pursuaut to adjourn
ment, and the cflicers elect took their
respective places. The chair then
appointed J. A. Pitts ford and J. N.
Baker as a committee on educational
periodicals, and F. H. Tufts as critic
for the day.
Following the appointments, Prof.
De Wolfe, of Toledo, delivered a very
interesting preliminary lecture on
pronunciation and reading. But,
before touching directly upon his
subject, he made a few fitting remarks
upon the high character of the pro
fessioa of a teacher, and the great
duties attached thircto.
After the close of the lecture, the
subject was thrown open for general
discussion, and several gentlemen
took part and gave their experience.
Tito general opinion seemed to be
that there was not sufficient atten
tion given to the subject of reading
in the common schools, the great
difficulty being a want of naturalness
in the reading, t o much attention
being given to simply pronouncing
A recess of 10 minutes was then
After recess, Prof. DeWolfe again
took the floor aud gave the institute
some able instruction on arithmetic,
dwelling particularly upon the sub
ject cf teaching mathematics to small
er pupils. The gentleman gave a
nnmber of interesting illustrations
on the black board. In the discus
bion,after the lccture.a number of the
teachers took a part, and gave their
method of instruction in arithmetic.
The chair then announced the com
mittee of resolutions, which was as
folio a-s: Messrs. Pendleton, Red
:ck and Sheets, and Miss DeForest.
Oa motion, Prof". DeWolfe read
the ''American Flag," by Drake,
which was rectived with pleasure.
The report of the critic was now
received, after which the Institute
adjourned till evening at 7 o'clock.
Owing to the absence of two of the
gentlemen the discussion was omit
ted and Col. DeWolfe proceeded to
address the audience on the "Spirit of
the 19;h Century." The lecture was
received with evident pleasure by alii
present. A want of space prevents
me giving it the notice it deserves,
us nothing less than a verbatim re
port could do it justice.
TUESDAY, Dec. 28.
Institute called to order by the
President ; exercises opened' with
prayer, and the minutes of yester
day's meeting read and adopted.
The roll was then called and several
members found absent.
The President introduced Prof.
John Hancock, cf Cincinnati, who
delivered an address npon the sub
ject of English Grammar. In the
preliminary remarks of the gentle
man, he said that there was not suffi
cient attention given to the subject
of grammar, the idea having become
so geueral that arithmetic is the
foundation of an education, that
grammar is overlooked to a certain
extent. Prof. Hancock impressed
strongly upon the minds of the audi
ence the importance of paying special
attention to the science of language.
At the close, the subject was, as
usual, opened for a general discus
sion, aud several members spoke
Col. DeWolfe again took up the
subject of reading, and gave many
practical illustrations, and among
them he had the members read selec
tions from books furnished by him
Remarks were also made by gentle
men of the Institute on the subject.
The chair appointed Mr. B, Sheets
as critic for the day.
Recess of 15 minutes.
Prof. Hancock now opened the
subject of school government. This
is probably the most interesting
practical subject beforo the Insti
tute, and the gentleman gave the
teachers many valuable suggestions,
which, for the well being of our
schools, it is to be hoped they will
Institute called to order by the
President and Col. DeWolfe again
commenced his instruction oi mathe
matics. Prof. Hancock followed with some
very interesting remarks on language
lessons, and, from the eagerness
with which the audience listened, it
was evident that they intended to
profit by it.
Geography being the next subject
for consideration, it was taken up by
CoL DeWolfe and explained in a
that both pleased and in
structed the institnU.
Tha rjuestiona propoaed through
the query boxf were read and
answered by those to wLorn theyj
. , -" ' - f -- '
were asked. -
The critic's report was received
and Miss J. U. lctorest appointed)
critic for tc -morrow. ;
Adjourned, to meet at 7 o'clock.
The Institute rr:t pursuant to ad
journment The quMtioiViUow
4hall we best 4Xite an interest if
ecitations," was taken up aud dis
cussed by Mcssis. Tufts, Shtiiii
Flenner and liickts, and a numbed
f interesting principles developed
i'hls was followedby Prof. Hancock,
on the subject 4iTal,"but,'as the gen
ileman made somi sharp drives at
oewspnper reportef, I shall say but
little of the lecture and only remark
that it was listencl to with interest
by the audience,
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 29.
Institute called tqorder and excr-
cises opened with prayer byMr.
Bowman. The ndj as called aud
the minutes of yestrday's proceed
ings read and adopjtd.
Instruction was then given bv
Prof. Jlancoca, on-me subject -o;
Eaglish grammar. J The gentleman
gave the teachers saPe very salutary
advice in resrard f teaching small
scholars the Englisi language,
The subject "of rading was now
taken up by Col. DWolfe, who in
troduced a number of gymnastic
exercises, and also ave a very in
structive lecture oathe voice and
its culture. '
Prof. Hancock tin proceeded to
again give instrocpn on school
government, or tbiof and practice.
The Professor theories on his sub
ject to a considefcle extent, but.
nevertheless, then 'as a sufficient
amount of practicl howled ge given,
which, if put in ise. will no doubt
raise our schooistoa higher stand
A numbei cf the members
spoke on the subjcU.
, Adjourned till eclock, P. M.
The Institute las died to order
by the President, and ol.. DeWolfe
continued his lecture o arithmetic
The Colonel 6trongy imressed upon
the minds of those who-e teaching
mathematics, the nccess? of giving
especial attention to dtonstrating
the principles by pracfal applica
The audience were th favored
with a song by two youuladics.
Prol. Hancock then leu-ed on Lis
former theme "LanguajLessons."
The principles, advanced' the gen
tleman on this pul ject nreill worthy
of the attention of all tetters, snd
we hope to see the ex4se intro
duced into our own ecboo
The chair appointed is' A. E.
Mower as critic fcr lo-mcbw.
Recess of fifteen minuU
Before the regular bust of the
Institute commenced, thaudiencc
were favored with someeautifol
musicbyahcjoung.bdiB if the
IllgU BCllOOl. -
Col. DeWoirc again caf before
the Institute, and gave fher in-
Birucuuu in icuuiuj; --AA'query
box' was then opened and iwered,
and the critic's report reeeiv:
The attendance tlis afterna was
very large, which jnust ha' been
very gratiiying to be lecture
Adjourned to 7 (clock.
At the usual bur, a ar and
intelligent audiena - assembj at
Columbia Hall, al . the excises
were opened by C. DeWoIfeead
ing a number of tracts frorsev
cral of the Ameria authors.
The discussion eh was toiave
taken place was, , motion, )0st
Col. DeWolfe, was annouccd
to deliver a lcctur(ppeared be'ore
the andience and de some ry
instructive and eent remarks
upon the necessity, conimeneog
our great reformsi tue 8choJj
room, by teaching j yoatl ,hc
importance of mora temper
ance. . c
EVENING. THURSDAY Dec. 30.
Institute convened a jj an(j
was called to order bj1rcsijer.t
Prayer by J; A. PkrJ roIj
called and minutes 'cstcrday'e
session read and add . Tiuout
A motion to lengthe time "of
dUscassion of queBtionc mem
bers, was made and lost
Prof. Hancock resnm iectare
on the subject of gram; an(j w,
are of the opinion that tyas tj,e
most instructive and prai cf any
that has been given on iubject
One of the young ladjf tne
High School gave a ver;tifu
selection on the , piano, jwjn(T
which Col. DeWolfe again uce
the subject of reading a ca 0f
instruction the Colonel deL.a D
manner. - - -
a pleasing ,,.
At the request of the Pcn
two young ladies rendered0Dr
and chorns in fine style.
The chair then announced.
lowing committee on nomiflg .
Messrs. Tufts, Sheets and Kni
Recess of 15 minutes. I .
After recess, Prof. Hancock ,
on the question of theory and
tice of teaching. The Profe
ideas of scuool government a)
eral, and, if carried oat, can no
produce great good' -
A motion to have two rec
. , -, ...... i
henceiortn Was Camea. ,.
Tbe number Of persons On
Adjourned to 1 o'clock,
The Institute will close on Fri(
afternoon, and I Will fi aish the
in your next ItBUe. lhe
are all interested ana me Astocia
is aCCmplUhirg mUCk gOOd,
The Temperance Times
Is a large end handsome weekly
newspaper, an vacating Tutsi Alsli-
nence and Prohibition. It edited
by the. well-known writer and lec
jturer, Rev. "W. S. Peterson, and pub
lished by J. B. King, Dayton, Oliio
The Times is a high-toned journal.
of much literary ruerir, and publishes
a thorough xiigest of tha irnportan
news oY t5e day, with agricultural
scientific, and general reading mat
cry wbiih makes i!, a-ilo from it
pecjdiarjO.liaracteras a Temperane
advocatiyft very complete and iul
esting - family newspaper. On th
Temperance question is is thorough
and radical, but not reckless; out
spoken and bold, but not abusive
and intolerant. Its discussions o!
the medical, scientific, financia!,ecrip
tural, and other important questiouf
connccted with the Temperance Re
form are more thorough and satis
factory than any which bav ever
appeared in similar publications. It
is a complete encyi-Iodedia of Teni
perance facts aud arguments. Tcm
berance" men who believe in soine:
thing better than mere rant and blus
ter Bhould subscribe for the Time.
Terms, 12.00 per year, with reduc
tions to clubs. J. B. King, publish
er. Dayton, Ohio. We will furnish
the Times and Jeff, for $3 25 per
The Temperance Times I. O. O. F.
At a meeting of Golden Rule En
campment, No. 92, I. O O. F., last
Friday evening, the following cfil
cers were elected for the eusuin"
R. S. Munrrn, C. P. : G. S. Morher,
S. W. ; P.- IJ. Morrison, II. P. ; J. C.
foweli, J. W.: J. A Pitlsford.
Scribe; Jno. Adams, Treasurer.
II. B. Green, D D. G. P., will in
stall the above officers, Friday eve
ning, Jan. 14, 1370.
Al a regular meeting of II incoc'u
Lodge, No. 7 , I. O. O. F., last Tues
day evening, the following tfficert
were installed for the ensuin? term :
S. Sprague, N. G. ; ;G. F. IVndle-
lon, V. U. ; it. II. Holyday, P. S ;
C. B. Hall, H. S. ; H. Ii. Green,
i Wm. McKinnis, D. D. G. M , will
install the cflicers of the various
lodges as fellows:
; No. 854, MtComb, Jan. 1.
No. 407, Carey, Jan. 4.
No. 344, Mt. iiianchard, Jan. 8.
No. 353, Vanlue, Jan U.
No. 73, Findlay, Jan. 11.
No. 406, Eagleville, Jan. 13.
No. 333,. Van Burcn, Jan. 15.
Worthy of Attention.
J. Tho expense for boots and shoes
is a larg item in every household,
and every person is aoxioU3 to know
where these indispensable articles 01
wearing apparel may be ; rocure d
cLesp. We looked in at Schwab &
Wheeler's old stand, list Tuesday,
and were chown through a large and
fine stock, by Mr. Cross, of Cleve
land. We were surprised ct the low
prices at which the ttocii is clfored,
and the more so when wo rt fleeted
on the excellence of the material and
the work'man&hip. Everything is
cuitom-made and of tho best qualiiy.
comprising Men, Women and Child
ren's wear. Tue btock also compris
es all kinds of ladies' and gcnlk'incia
Rubber Boots, Over Suocs, Carpet !t
Shoes, Ac, tc, in fact everything ia
that line ; and cheaper than we had
ever supposed they could be sold.
But our people should call aud see
for themselves. Mr. Cross will show
theui through, and they will theu ac
knowledge that "the hull h s not
. On the evening ol the 25th i:isf.,
D. B. Beaidsley, assisted by James
Wilson, installed the followini' ill
,.ro nf Ronton T.n,lro V., ITS V X- !
- - ; - -
W. M. Tiiomas Ballard.
S. W. John C. Suiiih.
J W. T. C. IJailatd.
S. D G. W.Duica.
J. D J. Miller.
Secretary David Corner.
Treasurer William Molli;.
Tyler A. Perry.
After the installation the brethren
and their wives sat down to a mctt
bounlilul supper, and, after tuppcr,
came singing aud speeches. All wss
conducted with the best cf onlcr and
We learn that Messrs. A. &, I).
Joy, proprietors of the "Joy House'
Carey, have purchased "Ciovk's
House," flora Geo. II. Crxk, Krq
It is the intention of Mr. David Jjv
to take charge of the house while his
brother remains in charge st Carey.
We believe, however, that Mr.
Sprague's lease docs not expire until
one year from the first of May next.
Mr. Joy is an excellent man and bus
the reputation of being a fiist-class
landlord. " We wish him unbounded
List of Letters
Remainiug in tha Post ofiia in
Findlay for the week ending Dec.
31, 18G9 :
Anderson James A
Courteu v . Villuim.
Flt.lt Mrs. I.tddv,
tliKUrey Mis, Etinbth
j Persons calling lor these litters
will please say they are advertised.
:roves John It.,
HubiKinl A Itixier,
suurr John li.,
Wilson .Miss Liz.ie.
A. BALLOU, P. M.
.Local Business Notices
aruniDm .totircw, in our Ixirni col-
lImns.(Sinsleinhei1ion, lu cents a line to Iiir-
the'11, AdvertLsers, and I", wills lo TntiiMent
ynts per lino.
TepKU pewr indebted to Frey A Ettinger are
membuestedtocallaudsettlo their accounts at
i. Tuey desire tociose on accouuu at the
fpMle year. Acconnu of longstanding,
settled promptly be
are not placed
bantj of an Attonu; fiir coUecUfttu
j All the Ladies in Findlay
Siore ut once, and c:
Indies' 10 eu.
r call at i:otiictiild s
examine his One stock of
imxU, which comprises a full
and varied assortment, ami which will be sold
cheaper than can be procured elsewhere.
itoUii'lilM keeps the best goods, ami sells
i-iit iiiH-r liiaii the cheapest. Present for the
-Vew Year may be obtained Uiero at a big
saving. A wonl to the wise is sufficient.''
Whore to Get It.
Thoe who wish lo get a life-l:ke photograph
f theiiiMKVes for a New Ye-r's present, or for
my other purpose, will Bad that F. B. ZAY"S
Jallery l tae identical place where it can be
htaiueH for the least money. Im"t fall ic
all sooa. --u-1
1r. O. S. "toslier,
Invites the attention of his many friends, am!
old customers, to the fact that he is now prc-
pareu to oiTer them
In:.I I kinds of . .
FTHS, 4c. Ac.,
Ami in short everythln3 that may he found
la a First-class I ry Goods Store. Call and see
For sale at cost, a
C. M. EI SH A CV7S7
It is the
At J. Schwub A Co.'s, every daw
place to get Hurgiiliis.
Tukcb is nothing more Miiutblo for a Holi
day Gill than a good and instructive luiok.
FHF.Y A KTT1XGER are Head-Quarters for
of the standard works of lhe day, and their"
siock of Juvenile liooksnnd I'lmtogmph Al
bums is the largest ever brotuclit to this cit
r.iey won t be undersold. New publications
received every Week by express.
Bcots & ShC03,
Forsale at Cost, at
V. M. MTSH A CO.'S.
Of everj' variety.
and newest style s. cheap
Kwaetz A Kl'nz'.
Just in Time.
No present should Ik prized Hshe-r by the
recipient than an aeetira'eaud truthful like
ness of lhe donor.
Go. then, to P. R Zay's Gallery, and get what
giau.ien the heart of wife, hucband, moth
er, father, sister, brother, sweetheart, lover
friend, and we know you will always thank
ior tne hint. No better present for the
Auction at J. Sohwab & Co'b.
Everyday, n is the place to get Bargains.
Boots & Shces.
For sale at Cost, at
C M. Kl-sn ACOS.
At J. Schwab A Co.'s, every dar.
place to get liarsaliir.
you want good Bnfiiilo Clolh or Rublier
Shoes, cheap, so to
STIMCKI.ER A SMITH'S.
Irg.t and lwst stm-k of Meerschaum Pines
t'i.ir Holders ever brought to this market
TlITI'.'" R.A J
All work douc by Stuickleb A Smith war
oto Totten's for the Fruit Cake Pluz To-
oest iu use.
T rrri:x Eno'so cent. Fine Cut Chew
youwautanrthinir In the n.Mt or Shoe
ro to STKICKLElt A SMITH'S.
Will soon lie here, and Swartz A Kuuz h.iv
lines! assortment of Toys in Iowa.
Farmer's I.unrb GoofM.
Farmers viit;i.g town will And W:irm
I.unch.ut all hoars, atGirinm.E&cm.'i.LK'n.
forget the place next door to Frey A
.Mr.l.l.ck lK -11" l,.-..-lr..,
t rlrbradoa or.St. John's .-!-.
Public Installation of ollU-ers of Eluffton
No.ii F.A A.M, l:i Bltiffton, Ohio
evening lec. 27. lSti. for tho benefit
Uluitlosi bra- bnn.l, slee club, and a full
baud will ealiven the occasion.
uniiions wnl be delivered, and a snlendid
:ii io prepared by the ladies. Every
Ls invited to come and have a sood time
ailJ a mite to a worthy o'Ject.
social "lion" will also be given at the
National Hall for the sunn object.
order of th'.-Committee of ArraiiRements.
Meerschaum Pipus and Clsar Holders for the
Holidays, at Totten Bno.'a.
lsz:'n llarrcl for sale elir sp at
iuiniiLt A SrHirtnn'i
Tehr.nm Piies,froiu Four to Ten Dollars,
the Holiday"!, at ToTrtx 154o.'a.
linn of Hush A GlIcS wasdLssolvtd by
compelled lo retire on account
11. Johnston takes his place, under tl:e
of ( .11. Hush A I 'o.
lioicsand liook ai r.iur.ts of (lie old Lir:u
in the hands of the new firm, and it L
d iliat a t jx-r.s-ins k:iowiiv4 themselves
l.te.l will p!c:mc call s.Min aud make final
'- 31. JSt.'S.'I a ca
Tott: K P.ko.'s Cigars le-st in ,)ffn.
Wftldiugs, Festivals, Fairs, Ac, put up
flucst stj 1c on short notice, and cheap,
ti 1UI1ULK A Soit LKH'S
Direct from Bn'.limore. Only 50 cents per
Ilairtan. For standard brands call and try
tiutHRLr. .t Sonui.Kii's and thus get the
in tue market. Full assortment always
C.n TO F S. KIJir.EP.'S ' i
F-r Voar Holiday (Jills !
For Jewelry, Wal-hes, Clocks Ac '
Vext d.or soulli of Old White earner. (
Baltiuiore Oywlerw. , "
mid I-ntvest in Findlay, only 11 cents
lit Ci'.i niit.K A Scinji.Kit's.
Jill. J. Is. JI ALKY, ; '
At "Old White Corner,"
Would call Sjiecial Attention
!:Ls selection of Fine Lace Collars,
FmbroHered Handkerchiefs, Luces,
Fringes Ac, Ac. ,
a laiu'eaad full line of '
x iiiihe," "Curoosler," and
"Josephine" Ss ainiess Kid Olovcs;
thing flew in Ladies and
Cloth and Lerlin Lined Cloves
Jlcriuo and Fleecy Lined Hosiory.
a Flno Variety of Nice lioods ;
FOIt HOLIDAY rUESENT-S.
yon can get the worth of yonr money
llread, Rye Bread, Graham Bread, Hot
thing in the baking line first
GItlBBLE A Hen C LER?
Ids headquarters at Grilible
The little folks will not forget the
too.. Templars will give an Oystl-r Sup
per Wheeler's Hall, Friday evening, Dee.17.
lovers of Temperance, aud nllothors, are
invited to be present. A(UiU.-sion,TJ
per couple ; 40 cents single.
Clark Scripturt Cigars, found only at
Ttvpairing neatly done at -
STEJCKLER & SMITH'S.
t'igarCases, for the Holidays, (hr tale at
All persous imtubtod to the firm of J. Km
Me & Co. are requested, to inaki Immediate
settlement. The books most be settled before
the 1st of January, 1S7JL
no&t J Bisaos, Tt'ixDcas & Co.
For Baer's Cemian and English Lancaster
Almnnucs, call at Uenderson A Connell's. I
"-'S-l J. B. E.TOX.
ST. JOHN'S DAY.
The officers of Findlay Ixlt,-e. No and
Bianchard Lodge, No. 403, F. A A.,M. will bt
nstaUed on Monday, Dec 27, at o'clock, P.
tl. Al! Master Masons In -nod nbnilin. mr .
invueu 10 be present. The Annual Suppei
wui oeserved at s o'clock. P. 2f same day.
m nan immediately below Lodge room, to
wnicn all Masons and their wives are lnvitou.
Com. op Akkajcgexexts.
itap cf Findlay. r .- '.
Our attention has been called to the man o:
Hndlay, which to about to be published, and
which 13 now very nearly completed. It Is a
work which is very ruoca needed, there beinr
no reliable map of the villas at present. The
map ts drawn on a large scale, and shows al)
the streets and their names: also, lota anil
tlieirnnniber. with owner's name attached;
also, the ground pfan of lhe huosos Th ad
ditions will lie shown In different colors, and
no time or trouWu will he spared to make a
map that will meet the wants of oil nartles
interested. This is a work which stiould br
encouraged by thecPizcns of our village, and
we nope ail will give Itajut consideration.
ler in Pi.inos,
other Mus'ca! Instrument
Books liouud to ordvrand paptr boxes maS-
hex .Vl.imdi: t d snd Evpspnn. dipett
was uiilii-.ewa, but mnce llc.l tltna ib race has
d.iex-neratel aa.1 at the pte:it time mankind
p.illieted with m.my dLiea;j.s, yet if
l'copie would take a mcriiciue nroii the first
toiiisof Ilseo.se whleh would pass di-r.-ct
to the alHiclt-d part? and restore hoaltliy
action thereto. Uuy wuuld greatly iro!o:ii:
their lives. "V'e beiievu Dr. Juiin's. iloau
tain HtrbPilN to hethe Lost and most Uni
versal ot ir;ieln-s, they should he u-wd In
Uverfocii lniiit, Fe:n:ile Ineguhirltlea, Bil
ious DUor.l.-rs.Jiysp. pla, Ac. l"so (he Moon
uihiUciIil Ul , snd bv s udr trial, eonviuce
ymir.ifor fx cfrlracyV -SoM der.lei-s.
Only Tm Hoars to do VTashlns.
The lH-xter W.-whin M:tchine is a great
Improvement on the defective aud unsatis.
fnctnry productions exhibited In all forhicT
liiachium. "c invite the most critical exum
inat:.i of its construotloa an! operation.
that we ask Ls a trial and U not sa:Utie-l
are not coiiiiclltsl o keep it. It does
Injure tho cioUiesit saves Ihcm. No
no bollinjup clothes. Saves time
s-.ip. Itoing nwaro that washing is the
iiiosi ln'wirioiLs, and. at the same tim one of
uw uec-jsa.-.ry duties of lioase-k?cpihs,
which c n 1 1 re K devolve a pun lhe weaker.
todo,u:idertheold system of wasb-buards-Address
11 II. Loxr., Asout, 1J Federal St,
uear the brlds-) Alleghany City, Pa Pitts
" County rights for iale.
There is nothing In the world co.ua! to
the A'Lsma for removing dandrufT aud hu
of t lie rcalp, preventing baldness, and
giving the hair a luxuriant appearance, al
giving satisfaction, and sold by all drug
gists. tIJyouhavea dlscliarg from the nose,
offensive or otherwise, partial loss of the sense
smell, tnste or heariu;;, eyes watering or
we:Uc, leii na'.l stupid or dcoiHtiittiL pwia or
Jn tXUtd, tii.. coM ea-ty, you
rest assured you have the Cttunrrh. Tlioa-
sAiidsannur.liy, wilhout iii.iulfet:ii3 !m!f oi
above sympt.iins, teriainsile in con.ump
tion and end in the crave. No disease Ls so
comiiion,more dccciiti ve or less understood by
phyiMClsiw. It V. Plerwe.M. lXJs the propritur
r. Soke's C;!turrii remedy perecf tiperifie
Calarrh. '-cold iu the head," or cattirrhu!
wliieh he sends to any uddress, )ost
ftir sixty cents, or four package- for two
dollnrs. fold by most diu-j!"t everywhere.
Vox Port" Lr. The voice of the people Is
unanimous in praise ofone thing, at Itast, that
Morse's Indian Koot Pi lis, and Is is well de
served. The best remedy In the world for al-1
all diseases that aOliet the human race.
act directly on the blood, stomach and
bowels. Keep your blood pure by an occasion
al ilose of tbL-se pills,an 1 you will not be sick.
blood is the life, keep it pure by using the
medicine that will coinpIet"!y cleanse
Morse's Indian Koot Pills. I'se the Morse's
iu all cases of liillionsnes, Llv
gestion, Ac. Sold by all Dealers. '. - '
best ph'sicavs sanelion . and rccom
mond tlmuse of Hs'.iN V:Sk- Sicilian lTair
Itcnewer. Let all who nre g:-y trpply it."
TIVi ;;r.e vy' (, w Ileadaehet 1 war
ranted an un-.ai:iiiTiurdytund taken when
t nmnuiBihSi.tiL wiU n. ver (Lai :.
me err:i;e ti:v:ie.
PsCTIITl.VL'FK-V.'ALKiili At ilicre-Mence
ilia i::ti. 's ia;!,t;.-. , !.. ji. ix Witikvr, in
:ii, ls: In- Jtv.
Kviiikiiy.Mr. J.i.w. f:a;! a!i;ri,iU jihi; Nettie
i.iker, aU of I'.n'lfTiy.fouo. - - - -
congratulate ottr frlead Mas., end wish
and liis ffir bride a prosiiermis Joe.r ii y
lifi 's t. iiii'rf.ious ' ! ' J
Thursday, Dec. [...]. 1869.
following :;re the h.tesi ijaota.-i.nis as
Li;m b-adin? Ius:ne-!S men :
(Int-n .-. . ,".isfri
lri.-d .. , , H
rn: . ... 2 ryi
.'.'...'....Z. '.!"Z!ZZ. l oi .T
Fr.iTltKtts ! tai
k Win al
:j : prin
15 ; militiie.
fl , G
TmornY snai ;....js.
1.21 u '. ..
1 try .
7 !sSOr.l TION NtiTIfK-
retoiore exisiinir between K K. i;re.i.
unit I'. ( .irxia is beivl y d;sK.leil bv ilie
wiiliiiiftwul of P. Caio.t: - d'l.c boos and
aossinntsni lhiliim a II r.-inaiu i:iii.,-j.I.,i
of I.. E. tinen. who wiill eoiisiuue nn? i.ti-m.j
at the old stand. ' . j 1. r fl' ?.(.
... .. '- i. CAltSON.
I tndlay, Ih-c. S, Ins "..wl
Elect. on Aoiive.
NOTICE rs HEnrTRY'CIVKX- TO TIIE
iiiemlvrsol liie llan.HK k County Ag'rieul-
iiirai .-sH-i.My i.iat na ir win Ih a:i I- le.-tlon
heid at lhe olllrecf t!e !S,vietary of aid Soci
ety, In Findlay, m tiie - ----jik-
15th DAY 0? JANUARY, 1870.
For the election oftfie following nBicers. to
wit: one President, one lee Previ,ritt, and
live Mami-jers 1'olN o)en fiom 11 o'clock.
By order of the iioaiti,
.--t . D-15. IJEAUDSLEY, Sec'y.
VOTICK LS HEIIKilY (ilVEN THAT I
il have licen annointed adiiiinlstrainr .,t n...
v;siateoi Jaeoii .MaiKiwiter, oceeased. la:u oi
Dig Lick lowuslit p, llane-m-.s count v. Ouai
iKoitoi-; w, jil NinviLiut
f$ rx? jsjr i: 3x n: :v rxi
'4? Til 8 ' ' '.'""
a X - -
Jlouey paid out.
... SH.-I Ot
. 1-tM uu
State of Ohlov Haacoek County,
r.-rsonaJiy appeared beftn-e r.ie, W. (folio-
way. ireaurei ol i!m huim-ovis I'onnlv-Ag
ricultural .H.-iety, who lieingtluiy sworii.ua n
the above slulciiienl is true, us be veriiy oe
lievea. t , ' , U W. KiA LSAj W A Y.
8 worn and subscribed to before ma ihu
day of December, IsbH. G, C BAKND.
ut rrooMt jucsgexianoocJtU)Ujiy,0.
T TJ fl
ii. ilSi I
ITTOn.D 1NFCF.M TTIS " 1 1 FEU NIK
If an.illie riiliiie c i. nil v il nt 1..
constantly on hand, a comj-lite .icok of
First Class Groceries.
iWhlch Le will sell as
CHcAP AS THE - CHEAPEST !
lie will also pay CiSII for ail kii:ds ,f
Country F tec ice.
He Will also run a IL.-.-n- .. i i .
FRESH BREAD i CAKES,
HiUesn not be heat In thN pbw.
H.5W1II still Imh ii. :,.. . .. .
will be prepared io fuii.i-1, ' 1
Meals at all Hours!
Uali and So Us.
New Advertisements. New Advertisements.
V j s
m.a . l . v . r
.'ntilkwisuiW; n.l fcr." -,v , "y, '.
nmn. TW Bu:r'V.".-
illVSp?' ' 'rwtsfiwifii-.tw....a.-. !-,.-:..
1'lMi.zs.l Tim to m-.'.nlL-X:....'.7'. '
S7?? s-r"-" j.4 i
- E-VCLAXD. Public.- Sub, X. Vori.
CANVASS-INtJ BOOICSSEXT FUSE Full
W'KS it.Mcriptivctif !v.iT;;n:rs
itl it.. of iLu i a-
to!!-lmw Paris has Iwuiue tL.e st :!,.!
isntuaiul city in iu- ,rid: h..w i...i-at.-ly
aH-.IS!eiiooriias in-rn pnretiCiii :,r a :.-. : i
oi Jllwijmi.,1 .-u:i. .i..--; I w vi:.'.ik
Swi.ioit 1 by i'r.ii'essioii it V .
Virtue d iee t arm-!:i-i.r-.i in tin'
Lej.iiiiul iiy; how thrm:i-t Kcar.-n r;:uu-s
eommirieu a!.d ci.iie. ii!.nl r.,. . v- :
in iicle.-; luxui-v; i.n l i .,IU jiii
over ii." Euitravinx of noted ices. .iv n-.-x
cu i:i Pav4.s Ai.i'nii. waiitet.. t".ta.i
?,'??1?'jfc- Al'l- NAI.-OX..L i l j
H I otTtiE l".xi;u-v, hi. Loot thu Oi:EAr
i irr. lue s,iio. verv c j;:s-s ors.c--i-
eiy exiHiStsL Avoid tlie lluili-tmiltn rurn
: Si'rnais ot dancer i up. iloRK
11 M..VI-V v r i .... . .
- ..... rm a.. rt .-i,. .. i xi A.H
F.l AN Y OTHKH linns. Tubes tlir . i.
esall tiie time to r-riut !.;t eiiomrli
tme .atnt Uik 17 rd -j uilttuw t.
Ti'J pases, 40 iln Irailons. l'r;ce.st.ii.
ACKsrs AVasteu. Atl.irLivs N. Y.
CO., 115 Nassau street. N. Y.
AVANTKI Al'FNTS. -;r.: m r month t.
th only iKN"FIXK iMPi'.i'VKli ro".'-
SENSK FA.MiLYM-:',. l.i M.c:iiM .
PiiiCKOtY 51s. tin'ul induce!. it n(su.-'.rtiit..
is the most p-pular .ewlr.z 5!nruii;t-i.i
flay makes the t-tnt.,us -Wniic i.o'.-ii
will tlosny kind ot vnik iLai . an i
done on any Jlae'nine !30.';co n;:!, ai:d
demand coiistnmly liic:v;i.c:. Now is
time to take nn Assency. is, i,d for circu
lars. ' lleirrzr of iiifn. rrx.'" Aottiesa
SOT.MB A CD., Boston, llu' -a., lMtsuurg, Pa.,
St. Louis. Hit.
is zin exeeiioiit
nrtieie or iiranu-ia't-.l
whi-rev...- if u
KmokinzTobaeeo. , .n:r i,t.i.-. .l ij
universally adiiiin-d. It Lspui up in hnntlsom
baas, in which orders ior Jioeracliuum
are daily iKU keL
LOtJILLARO'S I is iai-.de of the
if;ttwu ; it is nn-
. ( t:-nervousin its
SmoVIojr Tobteeo etlis-ts. as th
Nicotine bus lieen extracted : it leaves no d;--aureeable
lastc after so-okiim ; it Ls very niild-li-'ht
in color and Weight, l r.:-e iu:e l oiuiti
l ist as loms as 3 of liie ortlt-iary tooceo.
this brand we-Lso pack oi-iiisevervdny n
Urst iniality of Jleerx-luuini Pines. Tiv iinmi
eouviiio yourselves it is cii it claims to be.
nstrtT oir All"'
Th!.. brain! of F'ii
Cjl cliewiiiu' mi me
co his itoetjiial or
siiih- riiir :i e
!;eTr-nx-Tobacco. wiiere. Itiswir.i-
doubt tiie best cuewhis tobcecu iu li.u
1 itcn -viL'.cl t.ie
yuur .stirencf per Ones t:;t iiave f!-se r.rt?-el.-A
fo.-enia, k him t p. r i.ieru; th-v rre.
by r.-:ieet:'.blejoiroerii:;:!' r even V.-iievo
C::eui;ir of prices ma: Usl .,a a:e.;ii.M;iou.
t-ORJLLAeJD ci CO., icric.
nut b'fn t;i
-e in It e
r-.roir.N'.s f i!i!.:.::i:.v :;
I 'M'l U I...l rl KS t- t
o.n - is ;iie in - r i it-
w-ct artieie ut;e ever
ofifenslio tl:e j ultlii ; mailo
pl Isily. tils o r. ly, a!v,-j
ea-e ai d ci-mloti," i.nd i.-,
Ju-l wii.n every Jt: s wans
JfiKiieiN i::ter-.--:-.l in the
healib :ii;.:.-ul.:int., the.r
iAU'iii-rs s.a.'i vi exauiino
itsi.ier.i-. K r s.:ie i.y lan
cy tcosis .eai'i.-. eiKiaily.
JFannfactured by I. B P.M NM
M!."..ner Stitet, llustou, r;is
K N I T i N I T IC M T,
crNTSWANTrn.'TcrvivlTi'.id sell tiie
an tv.Miii.Cji.i: :it.Ni;,iii.-o:iiy
;. A K;;tnl!y Knitting .'.!.., iiine ever lu
l;o' d. lTiee X.Sk Will Is l: it ;..! si Itches tier
Aildress A Jlliltit '.N K.Ni'i'liNii
MACIUNKCD., lUiAton, Jioj-St. Louus.Jio.
H r( g .T .7 ,T if O O
f liH-VOltKlNtl CI.' i-d. We nre now
nareii lo iariu.sii uU rinswi;:i ct;:i-t::nt
at lio.ne. tin- wu'ii.:tf liio time
lor'tia- sjmre nioitieitt-. l.uslt-.es liew.
aaii p:oT:ta'iie. i'-T eii.i o, ci.i'.rsex
in ii.iiu u.v. lo s-i t -r I'VtTHl.i., :tui s
t-vm iiy o-'voi.iv;! tiieir h i eiu
1,, tiie L-u-in-.-.i. iJ 'is a id viiis ea.-n
as niucana iiien. J i::.t all -.vi-o :-.-e ::ii
may ser.d t:eir :t.ft,:es.s. and U--1 lii
we ma.ie l('is i:--v ii:.,.-:.i ,r.r:
jisar' itoi -.veil sa. :. ..'- !. ss.- i."i:i m nd
pay for tie-ttou.jle ,:iav. i e.il iir-
vain I'llit '.tu;.!. .-.Vi-i-. W'li do li
wik on. and a.ot.r r
l.ilri-ur; lyAUpankiii orroti tt.Ts-stand
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