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Wax riowrr Materlaln.-iifrsliispt
fje: hsve rco-ircd very Inrne nk of el'
materials nee. anry for makintf Wet Flower.,
And invite eve rj one Interest ed to rail nnd exim
it. They have received It direct from im
ertere and manufacture anil can olTor thorn
as low m can be procured any place 'n tho 8tate.
petial attention will bo paid to keeping the
stock complete, and every ono can rely upon
always Ktftt nix lit tlwy went. Call anil see
IllbC I'nlnis. Hcrshiwr k Mrer
kave received a kr(c and well drclrd tnrk of
hoiee Tuba raieta direct from manufacturera,
i4 tBTito the attention of painter- and Carriage
aaeaafeetnrers to tln lame. Block will always
be kept complete ml ..Id at rate..
important advice to Voters I On
tke third daynf Nnvcmberthe vntera of Seneca
eeantf will be called upon to discharge a sacred
duty they owe to themselves. There nro two
parties in tha contest, loth rallying around tlta
Flag oflheir Country. Ooo of theso parties la
deomed to defeat, end with thit dcfet there will
be a great depreinn of wpirita, sticrinilui'iiia
a lot of appetite and an entire dcrnnirctoent i-I
Ira dice.me nre-in., or nmmtd fiim-unii.. The
ejnMrlnnete in thec.me.t, al.ire.al.l, w find I
whett.'me panacea tn tl'-nflnnd'a t.erman Hit
tart or Ti'ii'e tint will speedily re. tore tha li-no
f thatr slomaeh. an I en.itili' thein to re-tun
usnrss. i nca preparttion. aro fur -ale hy
vn'it -n'l 'irwrr in el it-tnr. evcrvwncre.
MAMMOTH IIOTTI.K" OM.V 7S 4 K!TH
B VSkNIK HAM Hf-Tonrn TIIK CHIAPeiST
Tha Knotsti Ham Hcitohch eclipses ill
kiewn dlssoverlcs for tha rapidity wlthahlrhlt
restores fray and faded hair tn Iti natural color
prenotee In rapid ami healthy growth, prevents
and stops It whan falling off, anil la a moat lulu-
riant drs.slnf for tha Hair, rendering It aoft
allkv, an J lustrous. Mammoth bottles onlj 7.1
e.ata. eld by 1. t. MarquaMt, lola agrnt.
Cincinnati, Sandusky, & Cleveland
Cincinnati, Sandusky, & Cleveland RAIL ROAD.
THE FISMEErTUNE CF OHIO.
TIME CARD. DECEMBER 14, 1868.
DAILY, (ii'MiUTt nrrmn
THAI.M4 IKAVH TIFKI,
Mail 3:12 F. M. Nlc'it VxpT j:oo A. M.
a'lndlajr Ai'rommotlHtlon 7:17 A. M.
Mll-in:n. M. Klgl.t Kxpn-aa 15 10
Kht'llny Acrulnmoiliitl'tn 6.49 p, M,
rapreat Irave Handitakr Suiulay Inatead of
"aturilar evcnintra. und AioinmoiUton leaTei
Dayton Suuduy lugtead of Saturday evuuinga.
Close Connections are Made.
l.aki' Hhore Knfiroail l.luo, anil (ilurlng llir
aoaion o( tiav(;illon,) wllh Lake Stcamori fur
ini'iRiniiiia nno uiMrini.
Ail'lydr, with Traina of (Southern Hlvlilon)
Lake riiioro Rati'ontl Line.
At aroT, with Findhiv Brnnrh Tralne.
At I'oreat, with Tralat of Plttuburgh, Fort
H mill, nun ' lli'Tlil II,MWHV.
At ItrllrfiHitaltic with Trnlna of tha flrdle
ontnini (t're1lini and lnllannKilU) Hullivay.
At I'rltana, with 'I'rainf of tii Culmnhui and
2li'lianatoli" Ontral rlnllwty.
At HpHtiaflaldt with Iinilon Ttratirh trifna.
At lioniton. with 1'ratna of tha i'ulumbua and
At tlayion, with traini of tha Dayton and Wci
At CJnrbMiatl, with Throiitrh Kxprots Traina
to and from l.iulavllle, Itidi.'inapMiit, st. Lfiiig,
t:alro. Mrttiohla, and tho South: Kentucky Cen
tral lUitroad and "Mo Itlvor Mull llonta.
Thit I.ln line heen NKWI.V I'.lH IPI'Kn wltk
Pnpaclor Modern Day Coar4te. Smnklng Carl, and
Nlcht Sleeping Cara, uuaurpaaivd In cumlort aad
TKVInl TllltDt'till to and from Cin
cinnati without rrait'ter to l.iaeiuriTN or llaprrnfra
at Piyton, thua onaurlnt; eouilnrt and addnig
m really to the p.Aro of tha trip b.yeen tha
Lake and the Ohio Itlver.
THROUGH TICK KltT aold and nfinA015
Mli;i'K nlven to all tirtnelpal eitlei raclied ky
thlf Koad and eonnoeiini; tine.
Close Connections are Made. J. C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent.
T. H. GOODMAN, General Ticket Agent.
Pittsburgh, Ft, Wayne & Chicago
On ml after Nor. Inl, !, Tratal will
leave Htntioni dally, (Htinilnya eice)itrd.) aa fol
lows. Train leaving Chieagn at 4. AO p. M.,
tearrea daily.) Train leaving Plttbhurgh at 2.J0
r. W., leaves daily.)
TRAI.KM iiOiXa M'KIT.
T KTl0' I s:ea. r aen. ixrw. ) lira
Plttatiurch 14 ah '' l. 3.: r. u J.'m.i
Rochester 8.W) " 11.10 " :i.4.i ' 400 "
Salem.... li.:w " 1.07 r.M. ft.-IO .'.0 "
Alllanee II SO " it.u. ' .' ' 4r.
anton VIM r. .!..'o Tin " 7.51"
XanatUon li.4 " i ll) " 7 t! " T 41 "
Orrvllle l.si " 3.4:1 " n ot) " .t.7 "
v.'eitr t.m " 4.U " I .4n "
Naustlcld 4 07 " 6.61 " 10.10 "Ion"
I Ar- ' "'- " '0 " " "
a.reiinej g.oo a. M T.10 "11.00 "1106"
lluryrus .. .ao " 7.17 " 1 1 " n .-jo "
tip. H.ml.nk y 7.1a ft 14 " n.na " p.'.ol r.
Korest 7.40" 8.16 ' 1J.:ioa.m.IJ. to "
l.lma oj " 9.MI " i.:i t.'ft '
T Wert 10.16" 10.16 " 8 16 : "
Tort Wavne,..U "6 p.m 12.40 " g.'iO " 4 0'."
Columbia i.oo" i.va a.h, 4.:2 " 4 ia
Waraaw. ... I 67 " S is " 6 '-"J ' 40 "
Plvtuouth 3.0:1 " :i:n " a 40 " . "
Talparaiao 4.61" 6.l " ,; K i a "
Chicago. ....... t.lt) ' 7.10 "10 15 " "
TRAiiVni nono i:amt.
TATtoe. I aea tarn. I ravn. T.aeii.
, i.n a. 9 '.'Or. . a m.4.'0
Valparaiso... : " 11.10 . ;r . ,17 '
Plymouth Il.'.'6 " u.4 a. m. 8 'n " t 64 "
Wnr.AW. ...... U.il r n-1 4U ' 6.21 "10.14"
a olumhia 1.00 ' a.'j " ln.'V. 11.10"
yort.Wayne... 1 no " a.ao " ni ',.1 " t.v e n
Van Wert.... ,1.04 4.IJ " ll00A.Ma4"
Lima 4.n ' .iil " 100 .lo "
Torest 6.10" 6 . 10 " I.KA 4.16
:p. Kandusky 6..1.1 " 7.18 " ! .30 i ll
Kueyrea . a o " a.nt 3.16" 6 6J "
.,, I Ar. .l6 ' B :io 146" tM
or "" l)e, 6.15 " .oo " 4.00" 6 41am
Munafleld ... 7.11 " t il 4 31" 10 "
Wooster 8.61 "11.07 " 60S" 4"
Orrvllle -.. 16 " II II ' 6:U " t.i.i "
Mnaalllon 6.46 1104 p. M. 7 07 .6S "
Canton ln iw u lo 7.16 10.11
Alliance U.46 " 1.06 " ft 11 " 11.46
tialem 11.16 " 117 " I.M 11.11
torhrster l.OOi.MJ '.'0 10 40 3 r. m
Pittsburgh.... l.XJ 4.16 11.4.1 3.16 "
F. It. MURS.
General Ticket Araat.
For restoring Cray Hair to
Us natural Vitality and Color.
X. dressing whict
.is at once agreeable.
healthy, and effectual
ibr prcservine tlld
nair. taata or oral
har u toon rtttorta
to its original cole
vith th g!o$$ and
frcihnei nf ouA
Thin hair is thick,
nad, fulling hair checked, and baldV
. w 3 J J 3
j.s often, though not always, curet)
j its use. lNoluing .can restore the
air where tho follicles are destroyed.
r the glands atrophied and decayed..
lit such as romuiu.can bo saved fur
sorulness by this application. Instead
f fouling the hair with a pasty scdir
ieut, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
is occasional use will prevent the hair
om turning gray or falling o(I, and
msequenUy prevent baldness. Free
oin ihoso deleterious substances which
tiake some preparations dangerous and
iijurious to the hair, the Vigor can
i.dy benefit but not harm it. If wanted
rely for a
j HAIR DRESSING,
ithintr else ran bo found so desirahlei
- 0 - 1
bntaining neither oil nor dye, it doei
' . ' I 1 I A
Jl lull wimo cuuiuric, suu jei iu.su
ng on the hair, giving it a rich glossy
sire and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
'! sUCTlCAI. AMD A5ALTTICAL CuKXISTS,
V LOWKLt, MASS.
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C3-S0LD BV ALL iOIlUGGISTS
LOCICCS & CLYMYER,
PLAIN AND OftNAMf NTAL
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Local and Miscellaneous.
Cinpro9 adjourncj Monday lift
for two wcots.
Wanted. A place to do house
work by a girl. Can coiuo well
rscorumeuJed. Inquire at this of
fice. Our Caruiek. Wo hope the
readers of tho Tribune, who receivo
their paper at the hands of the Car
rier, will duly remember him on
New Year's day, when ho brings
around his Annual Address. lie
has served faithfully in the past,
and will do so in the future. Ko
mcmbcr that he loves tho root of
all evil," and relievo yourselves of
some of it for his benefit.
Tost Office. Tim Tiflin Tost
Offieo will bo closed on Christmas,
Dec. 25th, 18G8, from 11 J A. M., to
4 P. M.
Wo havo no apology fur continued
lack of editorial matter. Political
matters aro not to bo compared with
tho new railroad. On that line w
propose to fight it out till tho road is
Wo give this week tlio main fea
tures of Senator Jfortons speech on
finances, and will in our next iisue
publish Iloraoe Greeley's rejoinder
tlieroto which ho gives in the N. Y.
The Halifax I'oultry Chronicle
proposes pino shavings as beds for
chivkens troublod with lice. The
turpentino in tho shavings does the
business for the vermin. Good hard
wood ashes will boat tha shavings
ouf of siirht.
The Dcuiotracy have become tired
of holding their Stato Conventions
the "S th of Jaouary , and have conclud
ed this year to bold it the 7th of July
It is probable they don't like cam
paigns drawn out from January to
Tin Wkdmnq. Tin weddings arc
in vogue iu this city, if ws may judge
by tho following card which was hand
ed to us, acsouiptoied by soma de
licious cake :
"Compliments of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lyslo Tin Wedding Deo.
We hope they received 'Tin' enough
to keep them going till their Silver
Wedding rolls around.
Tub Name. We hope our read
ers, who notico tho different names
by which tho now railroad is called,
will bear in mind that the road always
mount is that which ruos or will
run from Toledo to Crestlino. Af
ter it is built which is not long in
the future then it will bo dubbed
whatover is thought to bo the most
appropriate. Build tho road Crt
and name it afterwards.
County Union. Members of the
Seneca County Teachers' Union will
take notice, that the next regular
meeting of the Association will be
held at the City Hall, Tiffin, 0., on
Suturday, Jan. 2d, 1809. A full at-
tnnil.innn ia (WiYn.l n r.,1 in .
...... , ... - . u.uti .urn
tho entire programme my bo carried
out, let every membor be preaeiit at
9 o'clock A. M.
Bv Order op Union.
Tub Kursehv. This beautiful
illustrated magaiine for ''babies and
little childr'on," for January, contains
thirty.two pages. It is illustrated
with beautiful pictures such as chil
dren of tho lesser sort can under
stand and tbo reading is suitablo for
such. Every oqe having a child over
one year old should subscribe for it.
It is beautiful and appropriate.
Terms SI 50 per year. Address
John L. Shorcy, Boston, Mass.
A IIeavt lluu. Mr. ti. Jones,
Jr., ofSoipio Township, brought to
this city ou the 16th iut., and dis
posed of the largest dressed hog we
have seen for many a day. It weigh
ed seven hundred and six (TOG) lbs.
and was sold for the snug sum of
800.80. The hog was a cross between
the Yorkshire and Chiua, a breed
vory popular with the farmers in that
part of the county so we are inform
ed. Who baa raised a heavier
hog than tha one mentioned ? We
would like to bear of it.
Answers to Correspondents—Rail
P. Yon most bear in mind that
Seneca is an old and densely popula
ted county, and it is timo for tbo
peoplo to beiu to husband tho for
st carefully. While a year or two
after the road is built, the market for
wood will not bo as good now, good,
sound timber can be sold so that
much more money can bo made on it
than if cut up in wood. Manufactur
ing establishments, both here and
abroad, will crcato a demand for lum
ber that will "knock" the wood mar
ket "sky high."
X. Rest assured that thi people
of Tiflin aro in earnest in tho matter.
and will do their duty in subscribing.
Me shall meet tho people, along tho
line of railroad,, moro than halfway
Xo fears of Tiflin, along tho line, or
Crestline. Attention should be turned
toward Toledo to see what she in
tends to do .
0. It is a disgraco to our city
that you have to go clxcwhero to sell
your produeo iu order to get tho or
fuui" mirkrt price for it, and wo do
not wonder at your writing strongly
about it and feeling outraged. That
however, will be done away with be
M. Ccrtain'y there will. And
that is just what the farmers want.
There will be mere produce buyers
here, and also thero will be more pro
dueo to buy. That is one of tlia
bcucfits of competition. It increases
trado and the number of traders. So
far from injuring you, wo consider
that you will bo benefitted by tha
building of the road. You will pay
better prices for produce, and as a
matter of course handlo it in larger
quantities. Your freight will be
cheaper enough cheaper so you will
inako as much ou the same quantity
X. Ask your own judgment.
Did you ever hear of a town being
injured by a multiplicity of railroads1'
Certainly not, but you havo heard of
townt suffering for want of more
roads, just as Tiffin is now. Take
Toledo, a city that is growing faster
than any other in the West, aad sho
is seeking for several more outlets,
notwithstanding sho has six or eight
roads now, and tho lako. Wo must
have this rnnd.
Arrested. We gave an account
of a man named iSmitli threo weeks
ago, who deserted his children in
Clyde, nnd who, it subsequently was
found, had murdered his wife in Ul
ster County, N Y., but of whom no
eluo could be got. Shortly aftor tho
desertion of tho children, a Mr.IWhal
ley, if our memory serves us, living
near Green Springs, employed a man
who camo along, to work on his
farm. A day or two nftcr hiring him
Mr. W. read thoaocount of tho do
sertion of tho children in Ulydo nnd
of tho murder of tho woman in New
York, and somehow got tho idea that
the migi ho had employed was the
guilty party. lie watchod tho man
elosely, without nppoaring to do so.
and found that he answered to the
description of the murderer, except
that ho had a bunch on ouo of bis
wrists, which was not given. lie im
mediately wrote to the authorities at
Ulster County and found that the
murdercr)had such a mark, but that it
had not been mentioned for certain
reasons. Officers woro immediately
sent from where the murdor was
committed and tho man waa arrested
last week. Ho goes to meet his just
deserts for the cruelcst and most vil
lainous murder we have any aceouut
Masonic. Below we givo tho offi
cers elcot of the different Masonic
orders of this city :
TIFFIN L0D0I, NO. 77, T. A. M. .LEC
TION HELD TUESDAY IVENINO, DEO.
A. II. Byers, W. M.
James Patterson, S. W.
Wm. B. Arndt, J. W.
Kphraim Porter, Treasurer.
J. B. Frost, Seorotarv.
II. P. Sciplo, S. D.
Gabriel Crooks, J. D.
T. B. Tomb, ,
Johu Park, Tyler.
SENECA CnAl'TEn, NO. 41, ft. A. V.
ELECTION HELD DEC. 3, 1808.
C. K. Watson, II. P.
C. 0. Parks, King.
A. H. Byers, Scribe.
Ja8. M. Sioveus, Capt. of nost.
II. F. Seiple, Prinoipal Sojourner.
W. B. Arndt, It. A. Captain.
Robert I.yH.e, G. M. 3d Veil.
Charles Martin, G. M. 2d Veil.
E. C. Umtead, O. M. lst Veil.
Kphraim Porter, Treasurer.
J. B. Frost, Secretary.
John Park, Guard.
CLINTON COUNCIL, NO. 47. R. ANT S.
M. FLECTION HELD MONDAY EVE
NINO, DEO 14. 1808.
C. C. Parks, T. I. G. M.
A. II. B, ers, D. I. G. M.
H. P. Seiple, P. C. of W.
Kphraim Porter, Treasurer.
G. K. Brown, Recorder.
Charles Martin, C. of G. 1
John Parks, Sentinol.
Tbo Installation of all the forego
ing officers elect vritl be held Decem
ber 25th, 13C8.
'A Railroad! a Railroad! our
kingdom for a Railroad !" Shaks
peare revised and improved for
Our patrons have our best wish
es for a merry Christmas.
Toledo, Tiffin & Columbus Railroad.
The Toledo (ommrrctal copies
matter relative to the new railroad
from the Tribune, and speaks en
couragingly of the matter. It urges
the people of Toledo to take hold of
it as one of the best opportun hies to
get cheap coal they will hare.
Speaking further of tho road the
Commercial says that thire is a sug
gestion and proposition made to ex.
tend the road, in caso it is built, from
Crostlino to Lexington, in Riehland
County to tnnnect with tho Sandus
ky, Mansfield Si Newark railroad and
at Newark with the Straitsvillo
railroad which is being built from
that place (Newark) to the Straits
ville coal mines. This routo would
bo twenty-five miles shorter to these
coal mines than by the way of Moo-
This would give us competition on
enal between tbo llockiu? Valley Coal
Mines and tho mines of Straits
villo, thus ensuring most cmphatieal
lyiiii'.ai- coal. isosucs tins, we
would havo a dircet eastern outlet by
the Atlantic A Great Western Rail
road as well as the P., Ft. W. Si Chi.
crtgo R. W.
As story writers say. the plot
thickens I Push on the subscriptions I
Make "very man subscriho just what
he ought to.
Table Distances of Railroads.
Tho following table is commend
ed to such Toledoans and TifTinites
os aro not fully posted in regnrd
to tho differenco in the length, of
the several lines of which Tolodo is
expected to be the terminus :
KromTnle In to New York sla.Tiffln ami Miles.
1' ttib iia
laud and lliihiilo, liter New Yoik
" t'level.iud and iMinkiik, over N. Y. and
Krie, (-hnrlest rnute)
' AUrou and t-alauiatiea, (cuntempkled
This makes a difference in favor
of tho first mentioned routo of twen
ty miles over tho present short
route, nnd a differenco in favor of
our road over that which is contem
plated through Akron and Salaman
ca of forty-threo miles.
Thoso who talk that our road
w;ll amount to no moro than a lo
cal affair, should study tho above ta
ble. Timo and distance aro every
thing in these fust days, and even
theso comparativedy few milos will
count in our favor. Wo havo
known railroad managers to think
so much of distance as to advertiso
that thoir route was twolve miles
shorter to New .York, from Cin
cinnati or Chicago, than any other
line. . ,
' Holiday Amusements. Our cit
izens will not lack for places to spend
their holiday money nnd enjoy them
selves during the Holiduys. A II ro
member that the days of general en
joyment como but oiic9 a year and
will conduct thoinsolvus accordingly.
As far as we havo loarnod the follow
ing festivals, balls, cto.will take place:
Christmas Kvo tho Luthoran Church
has a Christmas Tree for their Sun
day School Scholars.
Christmas day and night tho Bap
tist Church gives a . festival in the
City Hall. A pleasant time is ex
Commencing Christmas Eve, tho
Independent Firo Company, No. 4,
boys will give thoir 11th annual F 1
which is to last during each day and
night of the holidays. Heretofore
the boys have done a big thing with
their fair, both iu tho way of fur
nishing amusement and getting the
"wherewith" whiqh they, as an indo.
pendent company, need. May their
success bo equal to their most san-
New Year's Eve, the Young Amor
ica Hose Company gives a grand ball
at City Hall. They havo mudo every
preparation neoesuary to ensure a
'good time and should be patronized.
On New Year's night, a ball will
be given at City Hall by tho Tiffin
German Tumors. It promises to be
an excellent affair, as we understand.
Aside from the above, divers aud
sundry privato entertainments and
parties aro to be had which will add
groatly to tho general holiday pleas
ure Beautiful Snow. Notwithstand
ing we have not had enough of the
beautiful snow to make it worth men
tioning, yet, in consideration of the
extreme cold, we believe the following
peoui from the School-day Visitor
will be fully appreciated :
Beautiful snow I beautiful snow I
. . Fierce the winds blowing.
Thickly 'tis snowing
NiKht fathers round us, how warm thea tha glow
Of the S'6 s bright.
On tha cold winter night,
As wa draw Id the curtains to shut am tha snow.
Beautiful anow I beautiful snow I
Hound tha dearSresid
n that sweat erentlde,
Closely wa gather, though keen tha wind blow,
Pity tha hotnurosa, exposed to tha snow.
Increased Facilities. Fiah
baugh &Bros., the well-known Pump
maifufucturers, are ereoting a sub
stantial and commodious frame build
ing ou the west bsnk of the river,
below the, R. R. bridge, where they
intend to manufacture extensively
pumps, hubs, spokes, felloes, and all
kinds of bent work.
Fuel—How the Toledo, Tiffin &
Fuel—How the Toledo, Tiffin & Columbus Railroad will Affect
Tin increasing scarcity of wood
not only confronts tne manufactur
er, but to every owner of a'cooling
stove tho question must even
now arise. "What is to bo done
about fuel?" Some figures on this
subject will aid to prove at onco our
real position. With tho Toledo A
Crestline Railroad our communica
tion is direct to tho Holmes county
coal, seventy wiles distant. Coal
delivered on tho cars will cost $2.50
per ton, and tho transportation to
this point would bo $17,00 per car
load of ten tons, making tho total
cost of coal at Tiflin, $1.20 per ton.
Now twclvo bushels of coal is
equal to one cord of wood, or say,
if you please, that ono ton of coal
equals two cords of wood a half
ton equals ono cord, at a cost of
$2,10. Thus it is plain that if that
road was completed our fuel would
cast only about one-half what it
uoes at present. 1 lie advantages
of cheap fuel arc Well understood
by manufacturers, and to them we
aro not speaking, but of the proplt
of Tiffin wo ask: Have you con
sidered tho advantages to each ono
of you if manufactories wero being
built up all around you ? How
would your business increase your
real cstato enhance ?
In fuel alone, to every stove
would bo saved annually, about ton
dollars, besides tho introduction of
new and extensivo manufactories.
adding a largo percentage to your
property ami business.
To Toledo this subject is still
moro important. They would fur
nish tho west and north-west with
coal, and to tho steamers on tho
lakes for their own nnd other ports
tho saino as Cleveland is now
doing. Toledo w ith as good coal,
would command as creat a coal
trado as does Cleveland. Sho would
at onco rear her furnaces, her foun-1
dries nnd her forges as actively as
does Cleveland. At Toledo manu
facturing would begin and the ele
ments of a city bo acquired. If
Toledo alono hud to construct this
Crestlino Rond, sho would at onco
bo reimbursed ; or if Tiffin alono
would build it, her gain would toon
equal the cost.
Is tho Holmes county . coal of
good quality, and how near is it ?
It is bettor than most of tho coal cu
ring Cleveland and believed as good
as tho best. " Crab Run" coal is
liicxhnustiblo in nuantitv and in
competition with tho Hocking Val
ley coal t'i(t. tho Cleveland, Colum-
Biis ami Cincinnati, anil tho Colum
bus, Tiflin and Toledo Railroads,
tho two arc destined to supply Tif
fin and Toledo and ull contiguous
regions forever, tho " Crab Run"
coal being only about seventy miles
distant from Tiffin and ono hundred
and fourteen from Toledo. This
item of traffic for tho 'road is not
insignificant. Tho road onco open
ed wo would soo ono coal train per
day, and soon two and threo trains
per day hauling.coal alono to Tole
do. To us, as consumers of coal, and
to the managers of tho new Rail
road, this subject is mutually im
portant. To us, for tho money to bo
saved in fuel, to them for a rev
enue, large atid for thoir
Regular Mooting, Decoinbor 21,
Messrs. Johnson, Noble, Wagner
and Kaup were present in council.
On motion the Clerk was instructed
to draw orders for tho followiug ac
counts: Calvin Snyder, 83, setting grade;
M. Colnoy 83.50, setting grade; G. II
Hemming, 820, OQ, sotting grade; Jo
el Keller 52.8(), 100 loads of sand
1st Ward; Jacob Schouber 832.11,
labor 1st Ward; W. Burkhart, 83,
drsyuge: J. T. Martin 835,75, recor
ding potitions aud plat and copies.
The Clerk was ordered to Usuo an
order for 8175.12 on 1st Ward paid
in favor of liarner fc Thiol for bal
ance duo on guttering.
On motion it was ordered that af
ter present engagements aro filled
the Engine II all is to bo usod exclu
sively as an Engine hall and Council
Chamber at any time it may be nec
essary for such purpose.
List of Letters remaining la the Tiffla ros
Otnce. Dee. 'Jlth lsso.
Panlel F Antral, Q P llernard, Samuel Ttalr,
Jel.n lulker. Il.nrv Clabauah. Aloe. Daoall.
.taiil'l ink, H l H.k, Mrs Angelina Kile, Miss
M.Kfft. relnnei, mib. mtuua i-n-s Jaeon rrm
eruk Krlti, Michael (iillla, laa i.ro.s. Miss I'auil
la (.en-el, Lewis tlauK, Mlra Kllj.ibeth llatics,
MlM M.rv A K llliOf.r, Joh-l T kin, J 11
l.auglilia. Ksttla Louk, M looser, W Mattliau',
Miss l.eiiore Michel, Auiliew H McDowell, Mis
Jnne Moniritte, (21 A A Nash, J A I'leirr. N
llaalele,i)W Heed, George Iteinbolt, Mrs Mary
Snyder, John Htulil, Hal nielnor, Sara Trl, Turn-
veralu, It r iivawu, tf-iw-e ..neiinaa, i, r
to'uramrr, Mlcbaal Yaagsr, George Zejiermck,
Whatllsir Restorative took the first pre
mium of a Silver Medal at the New Hamp
shire (State Fair over all cutoKjlilort?
tnoitia-flLENN On the tr.th Inst, at th
reiidenceof sir laaae Heiinina.tonriyK.it W 11
Sasly, Mr (ieorte 1 untune, and alus Ida K
Oi.nu, bulk of TilSn O.
NnitnRBOtTM PKFFIN. At the M.thodl.'
Para'anaa 00 141 nr "' w " healy
Mr W 11 JtoilcabouMa, aad Miss Kebeeoa C Dep.
RAnniCK O0DF.N.-On tha 17th Insl.. at
his rw.ideiiea, by tha Kef . L. II. Kefnuver. Mr.
Geo. W. Barnck and Mias Lltitiie Oi(den, daugh
ter af Stephaa Ogdea, ex-eMter irr ol thie Cuuu.
SWANDEM nrXSKY At the parennaire, the
Tth of fieri., b Kev. W. W. Crtler, Mr. liarrlsun
Sa ander and idles CulMBtlM lleaaey, both of Seu.
PRKnt'nHTWII.LIAMS. At the TltTn
House, an I he inn of Ihxi., by Albert neilhari, ,
P., Mr. Daniel Parkhnrsi aa i M m Loui.a Wll.
ismi, both 9t Jaameon T., Seneca Ce ; 0.
Proceedings of County Commissioners.
Tbt Board of Commissioners of
Seneca County met in regular session,
Monday, Dee. 7, 1SC3. Present T.
W. Watson. II. B. Raksstraw and
Peier Elsrsole, Commissioners, and
John F. Hcilman, Auditor.
Settlements wers had aud orders
drawn as follows :
Go. Jeaph tot Bridge In FleataM ip...
Je.rph SMiit ' See t p.
lav d Cramer " fai a ..
. If 00
... 4D Wl
... w uu
The petition nf Robert Smith for
location of a county road in 4dami
towship, and the vacation of anoth
er road in the Sunie township, was
eonsidored, bonds were given in the
sum of 8200, and meetings of Sur
veyor and Viewers appoiated.
TuciuDAf, I'ee. 8, 1SC3. Board
met pursuant to adjournment. The
official bonds of Walter S. Burns,
Auditor elect, and James T. Martin
Reeorder lsct,were prtssntsd and ap
Settlement was had with Uliah
Egbert for building bridge across
Egbert's Run, on lint of Clinton and
PUasaut towuthipi. Ordered paid,
Settlement wss bad with Wm. M.
Johnson for service rendered Board
of Cointniiiionsrs. Ordertd paid,
Board paid a visit to th eoanty
jail and found everything In irellent
sonJition and prisouera satisfied with
th treatment they received at the
hands of the jailor.
Wednisdat, Dee. 9, ISflS. Board
met pursuant to adjournment. Pres
ent, II. B. Rakestraw, Jos. II. Majors
and Thos. W-. Watson.
The certificate of election as Com
missioner of Jos. Majors was received
aud oath of offico administered.
The petition of Lorcnso Abbott for
widening a county road in Pleasant
township, which bad received its
first and second readings, now came
up for final action, and an order was
directed to bs issued to tha Trustees
of said township to open sail road
according to law.
Settlement was had with Jos. Her
rin, Supervisor Dis't. No. 6, Clinton
township for 33 loads of gravel,
Settlement was had with Bonjamin
Cole for timber for Dis't, No. 2, Raid
The Auditor was directed to Issue
orders in payment of claims sgainst
tho county as follows :
t. F. Me-ciardl Stationary IS ST
Cleo. K. Mils- " " . 4 M
fahm k Wnile Bl.nkaand Tat Nntlee 41 14)
Charles R. Jaek Mei.air. ( uurt House 14 OU
Lewis beeweld S lioM i'eiia Martin A
T aw:. Thrill Kepaira Ju l I tt
Dr. Mei'tillum me-licel aervute jiriMinere at
the Jail ...l 4 0)
Oao. Ktiu.lisuih Whitewashing Jail Ill T6
f.illi.ft Leper Livery I "
diaries H. Htiug I L k f"r Jail S 60
Lo' ke. A lilvniyer Advertising is. no
J. W. Users " " " " IM .10
" Inflrniarv dreelne. report SO 40
Kieetlun Field nlHiera ia M,
Sheritl'a rriH'leintmn Uet.
" " and rtov ;..n JO
' Hehoiil Ki., ltuad an 1 Ditch
Notices TS 06
" " lllit.li. and Notice. 141 10
J, P. Kinnaman Medical Herviee In .le.ll tl VO
J. fler.hlierger A Mrn. Lural-r for tlark-t
Street and KuKX's bridges ..ll S4
N. G. Haywards petition for a
county road in Clinton township, ha v.
ing icceived its two previous readings,
cams up for final ee tion, and the
Auditor was directed to issue an or
dor to trustees of said t ownship to
open said road aocording to law.
TuunsDAT, Deo. 10, 1S68. Board
met, all presont. Tho directors of
tho Tiffin Si Oooola Plonk Road Co.,
to-dny formally relinquished the same
and it was declared a publio highway.
FfttDAT.Dco. 11, 1SCS Board met,
all present. An order was directed
to be issued for 8f'J for J. T. Huss
for stone cross walk front of Court
lfoue. Also to Lewis II. Gedultig
for Market street bridge 8175. Also
to Robert Nichols 800 fur sawing
wood for Jail.
Th official bond of Sylvester B
Clark, Coroner elect, waa presented
Saturdat, Bee. 12. 18CS. Mem
bers all present.
Fees wero allowed the Mayor
Marshal and his deputy, and the
Prosecuting Attorney aud assistant
in divers criminal cases.
Claims were allowed and ordered
paid, as follows :
Henrv iiertennnier a.ianee nita ror re
ita'ra on elm kat street bruise tys ss
ehs.. !)ker fiillnii and '.nrtinaj lumbar fl 06
Adarn. A L-illerlios ' Market street bridget-t 14
A l.aa W.igtier lumber aud labor ' ' . 17 a&
I. M Nsylur hardware :t4 64
Lnumi.A Wytnan A eastings " ' 3lu tit
Gna. Krnest H tries furnished Jail 6v SI
Henry Deltetih'ifi reuperintending and la
bor kuilditig Market street bildge......"-;! 34
Saturdat, Deo. 19, 18G8. Mem
bars all present. Settlement was had
with Geo. Armstrong for building
bridge in Reed township and ordered
paid 876 fiO. Also with J. -V. Wil
I, tins for building bridi;e in Reid tp.
and ordered paid $55 25. 4lso with
Idam Carpenter for building bridge
in Venice township, ordered paid a
ballanee of 899. Also with aamo for
building a ttoce pier in Bloom town
ship, ordered paid 894 SO. .4 'so
with same for building bridge in
Bloom township, ordered paid 8320.
AUa with Jeremiah Sughor for
constructing portion of Tomb ditch,
ordered paid a balance of, 84 60.
.atlas with -elmos Laetnor ($15) aud
John Fravsr (810 00) for eouttruot
ing the eouuty portion of the Lee t
The following claims against the
eouoty were allowed and ordered
r.d.Rultivan geoda fa Jail ,.... 1 SS
J.eeb rht.br eo.l f r Co.. offlc.s. ..... las M
Kcpur.Ho Printing Ou. for bleaae As)., (of
Probate aad SkerK - - Si tS
LOCAL BU3ll,Ep JIOTICES.
Lost. On Thursday, De. 17th.
13C3, between Bloomv'uN af:J Tiff n,
by way of Molmore, a Pooe t Hook,
containing between thirty scd r'y
dollars, a half far past on th C.
k C. Railroad and two or three re
ceipts given by th Express Agent.
Th finder leaving the sams tt tht
Tbiduse Office, or Mtuming it to the
subscriber, living ia Tiffin, will bt
A. P.. B&ASDsmtar.
Go tn Ilcrthiter Si Myers to bay
your Christmas Presents, Perfume,
Boxos, Gold Pent, Albums, and cv
ery thing nice, cbosp and new.
"No. 4." At usual, the staunch
fl rs compsny No. 4 will hold their
annual carnival during the holidays,
and as niual everybody will be on
hand enjoying thtmielvts to ths ut
most. In this eonneetinn it mty not be
amiss to call attention, to ths exten
sive preparations mads at Docrle's No.
4 for the accommodation, profit and
pleasure of the masses, not only du
ring the holidays, but for ths entire
season. 1 bey as I ehtin at Uosrla s
Go to Ilershiser Jt JCyttrt, call for
Oyer's Hair Vigor. Something new
Santa Claus, with a large supply
of Toys for ths little onst, Canditt,
Caket, Nuts, s., bat made Fietia't
Confectionery and Dakery bit bctd-
quartcrt, and is dtily visited by botts
of persons laying in their supplies
for the hnlidayi. Goods ar going
rapidly, for he is sailing cheap.
Farmers ami Stock dealers, nso
Horshisor A .Vycrs, Improved Condi
tion Powders, the best in market for
Horses, Cattle and Sheep.
TEAcnitt'i Examination. The
County Examiners will hold a teach
er's exatnint tion. Saturday, Decem
ber 2ti, 1SCS. This will be the last
examination bold until next spring.
Cm ntt Examiners.
Get the BisT.And that is the
Florence Sewing .Machine. It is s
lock stitch mnehine and has the re
versible feed. In the variety of work
it will do, it has no equal, and for
ease in working, quietness in run
ning, and ornamental appearance it
has no competition. It is the bett
and cheapest Sewing Machine mad.
Call at Mrs. Smith's Dress Making
Establishment, on Main street and
teat th truth of the foregoing.
If you want to make a present to
boy, or to a girl, you can buy
haudsomn one at Fistie's.
If you want to mako your wifo or
husband a pren;nt, you eau find
something to suit, at Fistis's.
Pianos ron tk Holidays.
tK '" . " vr-vf;
Jaxivau.. ,. ..al.wVr.Vvertl ,.
Wo are agents f .r ChicLeiing.
Gilbert, Emerson anil (Juild, cf
Boston; ami Knuho, of Raltimort;
and will sell any of thoso exccllcin
instruments more reasonably than
any oilier tienier.
GALLUP .1 IICS3,
Opposite the Court House.
T ' . ,
1 1 jtiti want to got a me cue ror
Christmas or New Year's you can got
it at short notico at Fistio's, Oppo
site National Block. 3i.
"Why aland you tints a mured ?" To see
a person of eour nnlurnl beaut v with a head
of dry liristlimr, unkempt hair I Go put
clinee a bottle of "llnrretl t Vvgetnlil Hair
Keitnralive." It will transform vmir ha
l-ito lieniitiitil, irlossv rintrlris. Notions si
cfliuariuiit litis ever lireu olTuitd to tho pub
lie Lovtll Ctur:r.
Corrected weekly, by S. B. Sneath.
Wll tar-e. e ' to I tt Inn tetsaa.
t'UIlN, old. .helled. 11 CIS.
ill ear. t.i to i-O
RTE-1 iu lo 61,14 p., bush. I.
ri.ovKM ai;i:n go.ooto aiot
TI.MOTMV SKKll tl.ii
PI.AX HKKIi f 00.
llAlll.tv-ei.autu 6J.00 per ku.hel.
uas-llva. per ewt S.'0
' drs.sed ' 6,"0 to '11,01
TIFFIN PRICE CURRENT.
Corraetad weekly by persons A Wilson, Empire
BUT I'KR-U tn lirenta par pesaS.
l:;i:M.h; vents per dosra.
LA It I) 14 cut. per pound.
Ta l.l.tlW teems par p.iuod.
llt.CSWAX .nureuisier p..und.
PtiTATtiKS 4u In 7eis. per hu.k.l.
APPLES lireen So t I ou per bu.hel.
" Dried C to Si,' eeiti. r pwuAd.
rEATrllTR.- 7s eeuta ir iUB,d.
PKI.TS 15 to 7.'. cents each.
H AflS1 to S eenta pt r pound. ,
HAV 610 ti)14 par ton.
ONIONS It.uo, lH.rbu.hel.
f Chickens S to Krsnfa nar aaanit. f
POULTRY J '' urkles u la 10 cents per p-nndt
1 1 'nek. t lo It ceuis per iXUnd.
(aM H to AO eante a.ik.
TIFFIN PRICE CURRENT. New Advertisements.
Heal Estate for Sale.
A FARM OP O.N S III.MISKD AND TWKN.
TV T1IHKI Ai re. the Nnrt.t.,.. ......
si a and a half mile, fnu,, the eir Lnn... .t.
old Penee farm. Tor -ale eheau-'
A I.AIIOK FKAMK riWKLLlNfJ HOL'tPANn
V 'I'tvu LOTS tn W-nsor s Addition ia T fliu.
IVrma easy) tale (lariaoi.
Ll.t A URXWEK.
John WinflsluVi Estate.
VfOTICF. is hereby (tventhal tha. Under(lsat
1 i,-. tieen atrM,utle. and le utialide-. -m ml
tninislralur of tha clale of John VVlnjeld. lata
of beuaca Cuanly, dereaaed.
w. v. r4 AdmT.
rnst.ria, O. Pee. f. Itayi.dlOi.V
la tha prait n thm inemhe ef evervhndv in fa-
t f Rc'k'a StomaK buter ',HoM 'lla
ni Dlv.j purlfar. rTtnli t-l Myera. mta
ink Ti raira iiimm
Buy When You Cot
J. T. BACKER'S
CtrtiiDFBS.af all khiaV. '
BCCK RID 0L4JTB4V
LUstS) lIANORIincUlBrS, fr.ai cosnaja tar
aiAta TIES aad SCAR PS,
TRCUKS mm VALISdLaL
Oat sV.sk ef Ready-mail a".oUilg e start t
Butincti Sack Coaf
rnnttt nnd Ycttt,
Hoys' Coati, Pants and
Tests, ofall sixes.
Tliene cort'ttrre I in a do
Iu nnron'ii shop, nnA
arc not t-it) oad
We da ant buy eity-aji.de slan-aHaa roads andr
ailvertlse theiu aauur uwnniaka as aouta of -Ki'
a). Te .MCIir.R,
M""nnf to M . Fnrlch, Tlffln. f.
Ort ACK, Itucres of which are tleared aad
QJ nailer tut.,1 eiiltivatlan : Sna veiint orvksrS
.if choice fruit tree.; eomf fr.wie hnusa, bars)
aid other itul-hlliMine;.. TERMS EAMT.
for pttrtteulnrs call us Jn.eph Heard, a tKe
Kr-tnise., flva miles west or Tirflh. ne'ir th- Pot
rlari.a.l, oron A. II. HVITHS, Tiflin, Obba.
Ayer's Cathartic Pillff
Tor U tb
If mhkxr M M tt .
Cln la tra uairwaiif r
quired lit v7bUjr
a cathartle, nor wm vr
any befor to Mt nj.
Ijr syioptxl la to im, ttB
rarr oouutry Mid Mif
All c1avi, M WlU Miltl
but XQcient purfUr
I .AtrwiiS I?
Hon la, that It ia a uur r
""I ri 7- other, thoac wtw hr
triad It. k tin that It enrvd ihora; Uiom wb bva
fcot. kiitiwr that It nun their nvlfrltbura and Cricada,
antl nil know UuU what It doa oavm it doM alwf
thnt tl never laiU Uiruufrh any fkuK or slactts
lla ctnnnoslth-n. Wa have Uiouauida uooo Utoa)
aindn or rortiilnitna of Uieirraioarkahla cama of itta
fullowii.jj roni,Huinta, hut aucb ouraa ara kaowa t
f err nriKhhorhoojJ. and wo neod not publlsk Ibooas
Adaitol to ull rtxea nnd ronUitiona In all chmawa;
aontulnhiK notthnv calomel or any doUrtarioiu dmifa
Ihey uih Uo tallica with aafoly bf anybody. Hwtr
atifrrir coati tiff pruterves litem ever ftYath and makaa
ahem plua-mut to take, whilo boinc purely Trffta4i
ao hartn can aritto from Uu'lr ae in any quantity.
Ttiny operate) by their powerful Influent oa the)
kitoninl vlnrera to purify the blood and atlmnUto It
tnto honllhy ivtlon removo the obttrurtioaa of thm
tomah. boweU. lWor. anil other err&ai of thm
body roHtortng their IrreKttlar action to health, ane
ay rorruoui.fr, wiHtnrrcr iney xir.s auoa
aianti aa are mo unti origin ornweaM.
tha box, for tho following complaint, wh
Mmiiia tiirrcuoiii are jpren ia uo w nipper
aTNri rupitiiv- rurrj :
For lyaM-palia or Tae1lrtla, TJaalaaa i
Ma, E.unirur and 1hm f Aftmutm, akef
ahould be Uikt'n moildrntt'ly to atliuul.uo Uta etoea
ach and roMore Its healthy tone and action.
for Urrr 'omillBt and ita rarioaa true
nine, Biilioue llrMltcka, Mirk ftlt4
Jluaillr or iiraca lck uiUeea
C olic and Ulllosia 'erer, they ahonld be Jo
die iou ly tnkun for each caM, to correct tue diaeaae
ar tion or rtMiiore the obntructlona wlurh eauaa It.
t or Ikyeflnirry or Uiarrheta, but ono milA
done la ffoi.er I ly rcoulrett
For ltbrumtim, Uon, Oraivel. lyMV (
tHtlon vf that llfwre, the Nl9
luck and JLolMe, they ehoiikl he eonttiinonaJy
taken, a nhjutrvd. toehanr tkodiae-ued artioaef
Mie ayitoio. Witii auch cLauje tho ceplata
For lropay and Orosatrtml Swetlllafrt) trier
ahould be taken in larjce aud fi euueot doeee la fre
du e the bOoo! of a draatlo punco.
For MuppreMloa a lanre dnee aNwiM be taktt
ti It produtioa Ute dt sired affect b5' ayainelhT.
A a a ( h nr fill, take ono or two PiU la ra
ote diKtfition and relieve the atomach.
AnorraKional i,one atlmulatea the erofaarft an4
bowel Into healthy actum, ratorea the arirketiaa,
and tiirijrorarea the ayntem. Ilenre It la wftfi ae
Tantntreoua where no eerlona derangement exlata.
One who frele tolerably well, ntlen flntla iht adt
ef Iht-sr lttlm make lilm Tel t'ecidtvlly bettor,
Ihalr clean, lajj and renovating eHoct aa Ilia ill jew
JS. C. ATSK at CO., TttUml tmj
xorxzr. mums- r. t. A.
CS5-SOLD BY ALLDHUGGiSYe.
All prarn trenhtd with CrittTn7a ev fnM
ntKio ' Hi Uotsvfr. I ft buy Ho hark a nlooef
Ml tlit rontttm ne mprourv. ere aurelv
tnlle imI irk like a ohain can be taka via
ftty by ifraitnnnf all and la all 4im1
Ul.uk wllifa. Uafanlacv It Mjere. hole ATX.h
V FIRST PREMIUM
Or as ailv.r AtaalaS'
waa aw.aoaa r
T BARRCTT'3 HAIR RESTOrJATIVI
BT h If. H. at IdTrittUanl AfteUof , al
MIIUsVrWtR tU AatAtalM, MyUSattAtsSi
Vegetable Hair Rcstnrstivt ;
Wrtoi-s Qry n sir to Ht mv Mrm !
gfiil4)6) Ci (rovth Ot tfc htir. l l4WtaT ika
Tt rvmU lo U tr (KMiutsl i.tnM mtU. f JSdtTgv
Mua rtuMiun sMA itairtvrs. rrwvua.es
w Mrutwknr frtuj JMa
-A. llmsiietui. ! litjunoua brtl-.'iik,j
VJk su U IhsiHiti MuHltuMd rii iT
4. H. BARRtTTT 4 CO., Ptaprfeeaesf
WAsmatti'BB, a. at,
J. r. AlAKtlfAaDT, Tlrka,.
THI we4raltB4d will pay at .hv c
KrAnklta airrel, In the he nd W' rl. lr-m t
lo t estita per pound for ieilM pork, i tl, and
aoap ureaDa. F?rKnn will find it I ilxr 4i
tt;e to rll their fat tth prirea iUta by ffia
ing it into aoap M a aavll advaar.