Newspaper Page Text
'lie, rtartdif tttJ, Jcij 5,
Nasby Assists at the Reception Given
Tilden and Hendricks in
CONFEDRIT X ROADS,
WICH IS IN THE STATE OF KY.,
WICH IS IN THE STATE OF KY., Joon 15, 1877.
The recepabun given ocr two noble
Reform standard-barer In Nwork,
ui Dot JUt wat we hed looked for.
We ir the West bed agreed that Ken
drix mite be receptirt In Koo York, to
Kit him into traioin for tbe Preelden
Tbel candidacy In 16S0, but Tilden cot
wind a? it acd blocked oor little
game. We tieJta recept blna tt well
ez Hendrlx, nd z Bamyooel, in tbe
recent earn pane for Reform, bed epent
fire millyone ur dollars a boy ing op
Tote and aich, be inaiatid upon bein
made cbeef mourner.
Thia u eDeebe!ly disagreeable to
me. libera b!ttrnia wicn I am
uourlsbin. I eoodent belp remem
." fceriri tbat at lb reform conrensbnn
In HL Lools, tbe reform manager
odIt cald me $400. for my rote, trben
otber delegates with Dot more than
half dt Influence received twice and
three times tbat sum. I woz swiod
led. and of coarse I coodent view tbe
swindler wilb complacency.
The oarade tbe brat eveninr woz
kite tbat woz cheer in to a Nanonel
Reformer. It ebowd me tbat in Koo
York, at least, tbe fire ut Dircocriiiy
wnz a blaz'n briteir. and mat, mo we
bed bin cbeetid ont or onr President,
it wuz not to be stayed in its onward
march toward Reform. I saw all tbe
old familyer faees. There wnz Teddy
O'Bbangbneeey, wboaloneand singl
candid, killed six adult and five in
fant nigvers, In tbe demons traahun
uv July 4, 18C3, seelin in tbeir blood
bis devosbnn to Dimocriey. He holds
four offices now la tbe City Gover
ment. Tber waz Patsy O'Brien who
wuz pardoned out ut Sing Sing jist
in time to take part (n the Reform
movement last fall, and Micky O'Flyn
and Tim my Ryan, and in short all tbe
old stand-bys ur the Reform party, ez
full ov zeel as ever.
A dellteful little re-yoonyun we hed
after tbe speeches, in a convenient
a'loon, a talkin over old times and
makin plans .for tbe fuchrr. Tbey
considered the prwpex for tbe fucher
uv tbe Reform- Dimocrisy cbeerin.
Patcy O'Rrien sed tbat the emlg rali
en from Ireland wnz IncreeHin every
. day, aud that under the root nv tbe
Reform managers nvTammany, there
wood be aa trouble watever in votin
" an Irishman ez soon ez be landid.
- It bed bin aejeetld that they abood
be allowed to vote in Ireland, by aim
ply announsln their Intensbnns uv
com In over, bnt be didn't approve nv
it. xa. soon ez tbey bed votid there,
tbey wood insist upon bein made
ekool direkters. or bein pnt upon tbe
pay-roll uv the p'leeoe uv this , city.
- He held tbat a man hoidin offls ought
. at least be upon the ground. Tber
wood be no trouble in keepin up our
- mtjority here. Whisky wuz cheep,
and the process ov makin DlmccraU
woz goin on uninterruptedly.
The recepeban at tbe Manhattan
clnb woz a brillyant affair. Jo a
ewaller-taled cote and a white Deck
tie, I am rutber an impoein epektacle.
It is grand but uncomfortable, hot I
bore it like a hero.
Tilden, tbe reformer, is a crate man.
His speech woz a modle. tils denun-
ehiasben uv fraud, and tbe necessity
uv preservin tbe purity uv tbe bailot-
dox wnz ez tetobin a piece uv oratory
ez I ever beerd. It a fleet! d the Tarn
many Ireders wlch stood around him
to teers. ,
One little accident occurred wlcb
mite hev marred the harmony uv bis
speech, hed anybody eist tla a
makin uv 1U Ha wuz denoiinain
tbe wrong tbat hed bia done
tbe people, by forsin a President
elected by fraud upon them, and de
plorin.tbe yooee of Improper lnflooen
eea in elecsbuBs, when a package nv
papers fell out u v his breast coat pock
it, and wqz - scattered on tbe floor.
Tbey wuz the telegrams oflerin $5,000
for a Oregoo elector, and all the re
ceipt for money pade In tbe Cronin
and Gobble biznis. Everybody bed
tbe presence of mind not to pay .: auy
attenehnn to em, and he went on
denonnsin fraud ez cooly es tbo it
wnz a pocket testament that be ted
dropped. , v
A excellent life-insboorence agent
wuz spiled when 6a ml. J. Tilden
went into pollytix. u
Likewise I admired his wltherin de
nansbiasben nv corropeben gener-.
ally, with all uv Tweed's old lefteD
ants his pardners In tbe crowd. It
wuz a epektacle seldom ekalled nev
er snrpast. ,
Effcjtmyooel J. Tilden cood com
bine any uv the characteristics uv
the late O. Washington, with them
wlch he possesses, he wood .be -a
Bhlnln lito indeed.- K , . . ;
He is tbe most pashunt-nv men. A
DimccratiO meiswr nv Congris , elect
sed he wantid to make a speech on
tbe Presidensbl q'oesUon, and wantid
some iLformasben. He wantid to
i" know at woz the meenln uv the
t frazes, ; ''President de Jury," ' and
-'PresiJentde fakto.' Samyooel sot
down and explained it to him. I
dldnt ketch it all, but from wat I did
heer, I understood (hat a President de
jury wuz a man wich bed spent ,
000,000 a boyin op votes and slcn, and
didn't git tbe place ; and a President
de takto wuz a man wich actilly got
the posishen without speodln acu&id
cent for it. , . ; -, - . . -
Tbe next day we bed a splendid
time nv it. 1 wuz put in charge uv a
eminent reformer wich sbowd us .the
city. It wuz not only intereetiu but
We hed kerridgeo, and we ' worn
taken to the eixth ward tc, see
wber Dimecratic. msjorities come
from, aud from thecct we went to
vew the oufinished court bouse on
wich thirteen milyuns Lev bin al
ready spent, and wich will take al
most as much more to finish it.
"Tbat bildin coat us thirteen mil
vuns," aed our guide proudly. "Tbe
Brooklyn people hilt a bigger one and
only got five hundred thousand uv it,
w:ch vuz a waste ur oppertoonitiea
eeklom ekalled in tbe bialry-u the
Reform Dlmocrley. Tnat Post-offls"
and ez be looked at it a portenshus
frown wrinkled his brow, caetin a
shadderon bis nose which changed
the gorgeous red to a gastly bloo
"that Post-offls we woz swindled out
uv. It wuz biit by a corrupt Re pub
likin Administrasben, and only
cost two mliyutis and a half.
Ef it bed -bin In onr hands.
in tbe bands uv men which know
how to make aich things pay, it wood
bev cost twenty milyuos by this time
and woodent bev bin half dun yit.
Ab 1 if Tweed hed only bed it A
crate man is Tweed tbe Reform.
C Dimocrisy uv the city miss him very
, And then we druv up town; and
i looked tadly at tbe gorgeous palaces
: wicn fewteney, Connolly, Harry Ce-
liet, Garvey, lngersoll and them old
Romans but at the expense nv tbe
city, afore tbey become eggsiles onto
a furrin shoar ; we looked at the ar
mories wieb wuz bilt in the golden
age ov the dimocrlsy, and unable to
endoor more we aligbtid and hung
our narpe on tba willere, In a a'loon,
and wept ez we drunk cheep whisky
out ut mica eiaeees.
"This ain't the likwid I wood be
absorbi n hed the reformer Tilden bin
alectid," sighed tbe reformer wioh
wuz snowtn us around. "We hed it
fixed tbat the Customhouse ,wus to
berebiit,and I was to bev hed the
contras.. otnia less than sbampane
wooa nev irrigated this wasted frame
ror me next tea yeere. Ob 1 tbe ens-
id rraud that fcep us out ! After ail
toe money i spent 1 bed charge ur
tee repeeter we sent to Connecticut
, ana jnoo jersy after all my sacrifices
. iu me i Lie rests or my reward !"
And tbe poor -man broke down
witu emoshun. ,
" paia our respects to the marter
Tweed, to Tilden at his borne, to
Morriaeey at bis ftro-bank, and other
viiu xyiiuocrais, ana men seperated.
i-ach went to bis borne filled with
fresh zeel for Dimocrlsy, and with
freeh determinasben to do our level
best to bring about a Dimocratic
triumph this fan, aa a precurser to a
crownin triumph in 18S0. Te aee bow
the Dimocrlsy uv Noo York live, in
flames me with righteous zeel.
PETROLEUM V. NASBY,
Tbe ladles, bless their fmgal, sav
ing souls l have found a new neces
sity of lire on which to spend money
Finger-nail pollsters, a Trench com
modity, are now sold by all druggists
in quite large quantities. The kit
consist of a diminutive spade to re
move tbe subsoil from nnnVr th n-i i.
a file to rasp them down to the proper
lengtb, a polisher to smooth tbeto ofl
aua some sort'of powder to make
.tbem thine., The vhoie set of tools
oels only a dollar, and every lady
should have one, if she has to secretly
abduct tbe money from her liege
lord's pocket-book to get U.Cincin.
It don't take the ordinary boy who
eats green appJea ioDg to determine tbe
relation between coree and effect. J
THE ARMY OF THE CZAR.
Complete Every Particular—Profiting
by the American Civil War.
Indeed, the Cxar's army seems com
plete in all its parts. Tbe corps in tbe
field are eompactly pnt together, well
Mininnxi. admirablv Droportioned,
and capable of acting alone. Each is
ih Html Come d'Armee im-
u. aoir-Mtntafned orsanic struc
ture, composed of 24 infantry battal
ions, mustering on tbe average 8o0
men. four eavalrv regiments, forming
a total of 3,000, and 104 guns. There
are sevea snch bodies now In front
line ready for work, two more on tbe
coast, and other in reserve. Tbe nine
core "represent a total strength, r
narir as Dossible. of 310.000 men 65,
tm horses, and 972 guns." Tbey will
have the advantage, if it can be mam
talced, of being under one sole com
mander, who deeplte ill health, is ac
tive and intent on doing bis own
work. Into tbe military details w
need not enter farther tban to point
out tbat several Improvements advo
cated by thoughtful soldiers have
been adopted by the Russian War Of
fice. Tbe regiments forming me
hnskilM and division have been care-
fnilv exercised toeetber in time of
neace. and have recently been hard
ened by a long life in camp. It Is es
pecially worthy of notice tbat portion
of tbe bone consists of real dragoons,
who are, as tbey should be, coBBpetent
to act on loot. They are, Indeed,
what dragoon were originally in
tended to be mounted infantry ; and,
no rsr. Rnseia is tbe only great power
tbat has had tbe courage to profit
br tbe example of tbe American
civil war. wbich furnishes abun
dant evidence of valuable ser
vices rendered by infantry on borse
hrt Another Decnllarltv. derived
from the same source, is tbe Introduc
tion of revolvers as cavalry arm. l ot.
Denison, In his Interesting "History
of Cavalry," lays especial stress on
tbe worth or tbe repeating pistol, and
tells us how tbe troopers of Morgan
and Forrest held tbe saber in con
tempt. We are perfectly well aware
tbat such a doctrine is heretical ; yet
surely Is the duty of every author
ity responsible for armaments to study
and weigh well tbe experience of all
campaigns. Nor should another
Russian practice be overlooked tbe
use of a ssddle which saves the horse,
and tbe utter absence of "martin
gales, cruppers, or other ornamental
Instruments of torture." Whether
tbe Russian cavalry has improved
since 1&4 remains to be shewn
by actual experiment; but tbat
it looks ' elective and - is
workmanlike, Done can doubt. Tbe
Cossack is no novelty in' a Russian
army, and he will be invaiuauie wnen
the Danube has b en crossed. Bat
tles must be won by infantry and
cannon, but tbe swimming, daring
tireless horseman is absolutely essen
tial to cover the marches, gather up
intelligence, and keep the main body
secure. In tbe present contest the
invader will possess an overwhelm
Ine eoDerioritv of mounted men, and
we may be sure tbat tbe examples of
tbe Hermans in .t rance win not ue
forgotten. For the rest, it will be
eeen tbat the great host is well ap
pointed in all respects, being amply
provided with engineers, transport, a
promising commissariat, and and ex
cellent sanitary service.
Write upon pafe of a slogie size,
Cross all your t'a. and neatly dot your I'l,
On one side only let your lines be seen ;
Both sides filled op snnoance a Verdant
Correct, yes, re-correct all tbat yon wtlte.
And let your Ink be black, yonr paper
For spongy loobcap of a muddy blue '
Betrays a mind ol tbe same dismal hue. ,
Punctuate carefully, for on this score
Nothing proclaims tbe practiced writer
Then send It off. and, lent its merit lack.
Inclose the pottage stamp send It back ;
Bnt first pay all the postage on It, too.
For editors look black on "six cents due,"
And murmur, as they ran the effusion o'er
"A shabby tellow and a wretched bore,"
Yet, ere it goes, take off a eopy clean ; '
Poets should own a copying machine.
Little tbey know tbe time that's spent, and
In banting verses vanished who knows
where t -!
Bear this In mind, observe it to the end.
And yon shall make the editor your friend
Paying $90 With $10.
Mr. Brown kept boarders. Around
his table eat Sir. Brown, Mrs. Brown,
Mrs- Andrews, tbe village milliner ;
Mr. Black, tbe baker ; Mr. Jordan, a
carpenter ; and Mr. Hadley, a flour,
feed and lumber merchant.
Mr. Brown took ont of his pocket-
bock a f 10 note, and handed It to Mrs.
Brown, saying :
"Here, my dear, are $10 toward tbe
$20 1 promised you." ;
- Mrs. Rrown banded it to Mrs. An
drews, the milliner, saying :
"That pays for my new bonnet."
Mr. Andrews said to Mr. Jordan,
as sne nanctea Dim Tee cot :
"That will pay for yonr wo.-k on
my counter." - i
Mr.. Jordan banded it to Mr. Had
ley, the lour, feed and lumber mer
chant, requesting bis lumber bill.
Mr. Hadley gave the note back to
Mr. Brown, saying :
"Tbat pays $10 on board."
Mr. Brown passed it to his wife
with tbe remark that that paid her
the $20 be had promised. She in tnrn
paid it to Mr. Black to settle her
bread and pastry account, who han
ded it to Mr. Hadley, wishing credit
for tbe amount on his flour bill, he
again returning it to Mr. Brown, with
the remark tbat it settled for tbat
month's board. Whereupon Mr.
Brown pnt it back into his pocket-
book, exclaiming "tbat he never
thought a $10 bill would go so far."
Thus a $10 greenback was made to
pay $90 Indebtedness inside of five
minutes. Who says greenback are
worthless ? Laramie Sentinel.
A Few Items for Mothers to Read.
A correspondent in writing to the
Middle town Brest offers the following
seasonable scggestlona to mothers of
amicted children : . .
We hope tbat mothers will remem
ber that good brandy ie a core for
summer complaint ; in bad cases
teaspoonful in milk three or four
Umea a day.
A flannel cloth wet In hot brand v.
or better, camphor and brandy mixed
and heated, will relieve the pain of
tbe bowels if frequently laid over the
siemacn anu uoweia.
Bits of scraped loe are better on th
tongue tban drinks of water.
' For stings and poisons, a strong so
lution oi saieratus and water imme
diately and then frequently applied.
gives reuei ana sure cure.
or burns, an immediate applies
tlon of flour covering tbe . burn and
wrapped eo as to exclude tbe air
then born lard till it is quite brown
and apply, and relief and cure will
soon eeme. Do not wash off tbe flour
if tt clings, but pot tbe lard over it.
At eight, In extreme warm weather
a lemon squeezed in tenld water to
sjtMge of the tired out little body, will
syo rock w motner and cniid. oaie
ratus is good, tnt tbe lemon is fattier,
iuven washing off tbe little feet, neck
and palms of the hands in tepid,
never very cold water, will induce
healthful (deep. .
Beecher on Temperance.
[From His Sunday Sermon.]
The temperance question has many
aspects, uertainty no more zeal
neeJed to make success sure. Bread-
er wisdom and charity in Its advocates
ueeuea. i ney anouid Dot be vln
aicuve or try to exelude those who
not agree With them fmna Manamfihl.
circles, in real trouble is the con-
siaot tenaencv in Jiumin nKinro
founded on the warfara hotwoen
son and the beast. This warfare must
last so long as tbe race shall niin
There is no ehart cut to victory.
Have patience. Use reason. Tell the
Germans, who would make Sunday a
beer-drinking day, not that tbey are
m tuiuaera ana innaeis, trying to
pull down our Institution, hut tht
although they know - more about
mus.c anu art, and are better students
wan we, yet that we hare solved tha
question or seir-government, and that
it Is founded in self-restraint Use
reran, not vituperation. Create a
ripe publio sentiment, and the tem
perance question will be nearer solu
a war among tbe saloon keeora of
loieoo nas resulted in the reduction
f the price of beer to three cents
glase, or "zwei" glasses for five cents.
The isiaae says ; .
There are now about 25 saloons in
the city where beer is sold at reduced
nM, ai i matter or course tbeir
amies are large, some Claiming that
their profit are loo per cent. The
breweries that sell to the cheap beer
men have reduced their price 1 per
barrel and now sell for S&
ing at tbe rate of three cents per glass
saloon 1st makes $1.50 on every keg.'
A Word About Boys Leaving the
There has been moch written
against the boys leaving tbe farm. A
large portion of these articles dwell
narticnlarly upon the poetical side of
farm life and the moral advantages cf
tbe country over tbe city. This kind
of advice, while good enough in itself
and In tbe Intention, fails to nave
any particular influence, because it
doe not state tbe case fairly. It is
jost as absurd to endeavor to make a
farmer oat or every boy born on the
farm as it is to expect to grow all kinds
of trees from acorns. Farming re
quires certain tastes, special fitness
and adaptability to tbe business, tbe
same as trades and profession do.
Every man can not make a success as
a farmer, an engineer, a builder, a
merchant or a lawyer. Parents
select callings for tbeir children
frequently from tbeir earnest
desire tbat tbey should do something
blzfcer tban they have done, and in
nine cases out of ten a profession is
aimed at. Tbat the child would
make a better success as a farmer or
merchant or carpenter, than be would
aa a lawver. doctor or minister,' most
freaoentlr cots no figure in tbe set
tling of tbe boy's occupation. Tbe
American colleges, as well aa Ameri
can bomee.are sending few appentlces
to tbe trades. They are pushing tbe
young men. regardless of fitness or
lack of adaptability or brains, into
the professions, and tbe result is ap-
perent In every town of tbe conntry
Hundreds and thousands of young
men are loafing around the towns,
idle, respectable vagrants, with a
smattering of law er medicine,
or trying to beat their way
along in some easy semi-professional
work. Young men-who would make
their mark as tradesmen or mechanic
or farmers have been taught at borne,
in tbe school, iu society and every
where, tbat tbe respectable tbing to
do is to seek some easy employment
where tbeir immense brains can do
tbe work of their lady bands. Oor
towns, big and little, are full of
well-dressed loafers, who add nothing
to the wealth or power or dignity
of. tbe State mere leeches upon
those who do work. Let parents
teach their children that they should
follow tbe business they are best fit
ted to do ; that a successful farmer or
mechanic I of more value to himself
and tbe State than gaining a preca
rious livelihood at the tail end of some
profession. Because the young man
can recite an oration at tbe close of
school, or can write bis name legibly.
Is no reason why he sbould rush on
to the city to study law. Thousands
of yoong men who have assisted
creditably - in the school-house de
bates - have bad tbeir - beads ad
dled with tbe id a that tbey were
destined for something great. . Let
tbe boys wbo are about to leave ttie
farm or their fathers' work-ship for
some easier employment, stop and
consider first what tbey are really
best fitted to do, and then courage
ously take bold of tbeir chosen oc
cupation, to stand at the bead. What
ever may have been tbe ambition or
tbe youths in the past generations of
Americans, the desire to escape man
ual labor has become with us almost
a national trait. Kantaa farmer.
The Romance of a Rich Young Man.
There is a young man carrying a
hod at Ruohr's new boilding on First
street wbo has a romantic history.
He is about twenty-two years of age,
and the only child of very wealthy
parents, who reside in New Haveu.
Connecticut. About three years ago.
becoming angry with bis father, be
left home and reached this city,
where he has since resided, engaged
in various kinds of mannal la
bor. At regular intervals remittances
and clothing from his parents are sent
to bim. but be persistently refuses to
touch them, notwithstanding the
most nrgent entreaties. He also re
fuse to return home, preferring to
make bis own living. Mausvil'e
Collecting Agency of
OFFICE(ker Hubbard's Drug
Store, TIFFIN, OHIO.
Real Estate taken for Hale on small com
KiiHxlon ; also, to exchange.
PROMPT ATTEJrriOKI GIVEN TO
FOR SALE !
XTEW HOUSE WITH FOUB BOOMS AND
bay window. Built in tlie mokt
Lot 60x10 leet. Newly en
lcket front. 81 1 anted on the
west side of Main street. In tbe village of
attiea. Beneca county, Ohio. Price 70U.
4 ACRES OP LAND, FOUB MILES
HJ northeast of Bairdstown, Wood coun
ty. Ten acres chopped. Balance excellent
timber, very Tamable, consisting ol Oak,
Anu, Hickory and Kim. HHuateu on main
traveled road. Boil No. 1. Price f LU00.
BRICK BUSINESS ROOM AKO Dwelling
combined. Block of Groceries and
pnivlsions ; Location excellent. Trie own
er wishing to iuit the business will sell at a
bargain, ana on reasonable time.
CtaeaD and choice lots. Nos. . 12. 11. ICS
and UA, in Tomb's Addition to Tiffin. Price
low and terms reasonable. P. MUDDLE.
HOUSE AND LOT ON EAST 8TRKET, In
the village of Republic, Seneca comi
ty, Ohio, Oood, substantial frame house.
i&lnleu wmie ; uunua ou uoors anu win
ows. Barn, wood-boose and cistern : pick
et front ; all In th very beat of order.
NEW TWO STORY HOT7BE, Six Rooms
Uood Cellar,Large Cistern. Lot, tKiX.U
teet, well fenced and handsomely situated ,
near the eornerof Jackson and Perry streets.
Prices low, and larnis to suit uie purr baser.
TWO-Htory Frame House, new, with four
rooms, good cellar, and cistern. Lot,
DUXIau leeL, nanasomiy suuauxi on .uavia
street. For sale at a bargain.
TOT 70 feet front, 115 feet deep, new two
j story frame hoae, 7 rooms, good bin.
feiuialed oa north bandnsky street. Price
low and terms easy.
HALF lot with two-story frame house, S
rooms, barn and wood house, on south
Sandusky street, near C, H. A C railroad.
VACANT lot In Tomb's Addition, CftxlHO
feet. A very pleasant site for suburban
LOT 60X180 FEET, NEW DWELLING
and bualnens room combloed. Situated
at Attica Station, on the B. A O. B, RM
Heneea county, Oblo. A splendid point lor
business, witii limited means. Price very
low and terms easy.
fTl WO story brick house new. SI tnat ed on
X south side Main street, Tiffin. Five
large rooms : good cellar. Lot tux 180. A
choice selection of bearing fruit trees. Price
X eon street, has been sntAiiviued into lots
oi convenient ana aesiraoin siw,;ma is now
offered for sale at verv kwl fieures and on
very favorable terms. Theljiremises include
a block of three lots on Bock Creek, suitable
for a stone quarry or manujaHurlng purpos
es. Three building lots on Jefferson Street,
a xl9u, aiOand 211 teet. respectively , all abut
lini$ on an alley 17 feet widcf One (iiullding
Lot, 86x100 feet with alley along side. ALso
one lot feet, witu Uoo.1 Biick Resi
dence of ten rooms, with every necessary
convenience. Tbe premises are nnder good
cultivation and well supplied with Fruit
These lots are centrally located, within
Ave minutes walk from the Court House, on
a quiet, retired and well improved street.
This Is a rare opportunity to purchase
cheap home or building lot on favorable
ACRE FARM, FIVE AND ONE-HALF
miles east of TifHn. Forty acres well
improved, with. a. fine, two-story frame
bouse, with nine rooms. Small barn, vonna
orchard ; forty acres of timber, consisting of
Oak, Hickory, Ash, Beeeh and Sugar. Lies
high and gently rolling ; Is well adapted for
all kinds ol grain. Fences all In complete
order. Price extremely low, and parties
wisning to purcnase a Mm oi wis aescrip-
U3n, Win uu weu to lnvesiuraie soon.
ACRES of well Improved land, sitn-
bmju six nines west ox me CUV at
Lawrence, ta County Seat ot Douglas
county, Kansas. iJghty acres prairie, of
w men acres are unuer gooa cultivation.
Balance m acres is a nne growth of Umber
This farm la well eneloned with bedee-
pleity of living water. Also house and lot
situated in the most oeauliiul part or the
city of Lawrence. Will sell the whole to
gether, or exenange ror property In Seneca
county, u. rice s-imu.
TMV E ACRES OF LAND, SITUATED OX
JS Kilbournjitreet, Republic, Seneca Cxk,
ulio, iwo tna uvuiu teres ia tsrenara,
and of the best grafted varieties. Small
fruit of all kinds. House nearly new. wilb
six rooms and painted in tbe most modern
style. Barn, wood-Hon.se, Hbeds, eislern
and all tbe necessary onubulldinga, (iood
fences, nne picket nonu
This is a rare opportunity. Price low
and terms to suit purcnaser.
TARGE Steam Grist Mill, with three run
, of burrs: two for wheat and one ebon.
Tnree bolts and three bolting chests. Latee
engine and boiler, boilding has Soar floors,
has an excellent run of custom, and gives
universal satisfaction. With this mill there
is IS acres of land, comfortable dwelling.
good barn, smau living stream oi
very convenient for slock.
county seat.which has a population of Ive
thousand. Three railroads which make It
grand shipping point and in the midst of
nee waet gmwiua pwuuj. rrui
wishing a mill will do well to Investigate
this property oeiore percussing eisew Here.
price tow ana muuvnie terms.
on ACBES of timber land sol mile
OlS from the Baltimore at Ohio railroad.
two miles east irons iitajiiw, w wn county,
A(f Acres, two miles south of Chicago
HJJ Junction, Huron county, Ohio.
Well Improved. Terras to unit Darchaser.nr
will take good business property in part
Oft ACRES OF HUSKY CKEEK LAND
CsJ Situated three mile west of Attica
Seneca County, Ohio. Sixty-five acres
cleared and nnder splendid cultivation.
Large Biick House containing nine rooms.
iiaQK fiaru, tiu iwi, wiui num aiiacueu.
wood souse ana oummer kucufu ; suso a
rnnnlnr stream or water tue year round.
Welis. Cistern, large Apple and Peacn Or
chard, and of the best grafted varieties of.
fruit. Grapes and berries of all kinds in
abundanoe. Buildings and fences in prime
order, inexhaustible soil, ana is wrii auapu
for ail kinds of grain. For sale lor nine
days only. Price low and on long time.
x . nbiuiu.
Of ACRES of well timbered land, sltu
OU ated in Hardin county. Ohio, seven
miles north of Kenton, on tbe Biancbard
river, four miles Wist of Patterson. It is all
river bottom land. Inexhaustible soil, and
lmber sufficient W par for the land.
- Address, or lnqn ire of
n41 ns-tf Real Estate Agent, lima, O. '
ESTABLISHED IN 1848 !
P. Van Nest's Sons, Prop's,
Manufacturers of Fine Carriages,
Phaetons, Light Road Wagons and
Sleighs. Special Bargains for every
body. Come and select a Fine
Buggy from the Largest and Finest
Assortment of Carriages in North
ern Ohio. All work Warranted.
Repairing promptly Attended to.
SALE BOOMS ' Conn JEFFERSON and E. MARKET Sis
P. Van Nest's Sons.
Sign Of The
I HAVE A LARGE
: WHICH I WILL SELL AT
p. ! s s? a
m 1 CO
v. re, .
Tine CANDIES and X
Staple Groceries, Hams, Choice
Warm Meals or Lunch at all ITours.
BPAYTH'8 BLOCK. WA8HINOTON 8t.,1
OfPOblTK COOKX HOUSE. J
Golden Boot !
STOCK OK FINE
J. H. KTJEBIER.
VTS of all Varletien
Cigars and Tobaccos of all Kinds,
SOLD FOfl CASH ONLY !
On and afler this date no goods will be retailed at our stoie except
for Cash. All
BOOTS AND SHOES
Marled down to correspond with the above. We have aUo added a
Manufacturing Department in charge of Jno. Bacmgabdxeb, for many
years foreman at A. k B. Keubler's. Come and see us and get prices
before purchasing. SHIELDS k KRIDLER, Empire Block.
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS I
- DEALERS IN
Wrought and Galvanized Iron Pipe.
Sheet Lead, Pumps, Sinks, Bath Tubs, Wash Basins, Rubber Ilose, etc,
Also Trimmings for Steam Boilers, Water Gauges, Steam Ganges,
Cylinder Lubricators, Globe, Angle and Check Valves. Stone-ware
Sewer and Water Pipes, in sizes ransins from 3 to 30 inches. Lawn
Vases, Chimney Tops, Fine and
Farmers, if you want a good Force Pump, Well or Cistern Pump, it
will be to your advantage to call on us before purchasing else where.
BAXTER & BHOWN.
One door East of Post Office, Tiffin, O.
Fittings for Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe,
F. K. SHAWHAN,
.'ASH DEALER YS-
iJov -4 Shawhan's Block, Tiffin, O.
F. K. SHA WEAK,
-CASH DEALER IS
No. 4 Shawhan' Ulocktiffin, 0
Job Pristing House!
'35 Market Street
ALL KINDS OF
Don on tbe Shortest Notice, in
the Best Style of the Art,
and at Reasonable Rates-
-A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK-
And Employ tbe Beat Workmen
it is possible to get '
WE HAVE ALL THE
AND KEEP A LARUE STOCK OF
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes '
Paper and -Envelopes . s . .
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
. Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Call on us for Good Work
v , J-i
36 Market St.
XX as Boon
To the Baeaa fbinsterly eerapled hj H.
GEO. K. HUBS.
Dr. G. Eenner's
Is one of the great miracles of tbs present
time, as it will ear ach diseases which
have hitherto been considered Incurable by
Sreat Doctors and Professor ; particularly
iseasesof the bone, as caries, white swell
ing, rickets, humpback, carved spine,
worms in the bone, rheumatism, arthritic
pain, crashed and fractured bonea, where
otnerwise ampaiauon wouiu ne larTiwuici
even if mortification baa commenced.
Since 1.H47 a great part of the public ia ac
quainted with the wonderful action of this
Saive, and thousands have been cured who
were in a boneless condition. I have since
that time always made trials and experi
ments with great success, and I can now
recommend this Halve aa the beginning of a
new theory, it will always prove itself as a
remedy that will enra by outside applica
tion such diseases as can not be cured by
powders nor drops. All kinds of inflamma
tion aa erysipelas, or black blisters, scarlet.
measles, rasn, smaiipox ; u me spine suu
breast have been greased with this salve
lever will soon become easy, the eruption
or nnstules will come out soon, and they
sbould be freely greased with th salve once
a day, in two to lour uays ine smallpox win
be healed, the Dustules heal before the mat
ter is formed and leave therefore no scars or
marks. Also by scarlet. If tbe salve can be
applied In beginning It will never reach a
high point and a patient need not stay in
Also other kinds of inflammation, as in
flammation of liver, lung and pleurisy ; If
tbe salve la applied in Deginning to tue
St ace where the pain first commenced the
isea.se will be prevented in less time than
one hour as soon as the skin becomes red.
Most all kinds of fresh sores will heat tie
lore matter is formed, all kinds of eruption
of the sk.1 a and hereditary .will heal In short
The Salve has two principal actions which
makes it a remedy for ail these diseases
which have been named and for many
more. The drat action la, It opens all tbe
wavsof circulation, that of th bone and
nerves aa well as that of the blood and per
spiration, the second Is, It Invite new life
ana strengm u wnere 11. is mppuea;
Ever7 family should keep it on band. It
may be too late to write for it In some oaws.
'or eonsnltatlon aend a raostase stain D.
DR. O. BEXXEB,
-Price oae Dollr per box, mud iu c
Among tae man remeCiet wulca iiare o&sn
brought to tb notic of the Public so ooe bus
attracted bo mucb attention from tbe wonder
ful eures it ban performed u LlHwM'S CI MA
Tlflv. It w&s discovered by aeeJebriUed chemist
of New England while at work in hid laboratory
and awd by himself aad friend and aooni tbe
alliicted poor of hi. neirhUrbvMHl f.rmanyrear
before it was pnt ap for pale. It baa stood tht
test of years wilb a confbuitly -rowing reputa
tion nntil it baa become a household neMntty.
H bereveritUonrensedia afaauly tbat family
will never be without iU(
From a knowledge of its effect it is recom-Ti-eaded
by enuttirl ftthyaiciaiu , an d by oar lead-
Ins eitizsnfl. (we refer te oor amDhlet which
fcceompsnies esch buttle and to be hsd of ail
aruiqrtsu), who cheerfully attest toiu virtues.
Wheo this Kerncur is abplisd aaeordiDc to ui-
ractioD, the proTTietuni do notheitAte to wsr
rsnt perfect ?ati 'faction. It sllsys Psvin snil
luflaiMSMSUIwn rrunt whatever esue. 'or
!enralgtnd if kcuusiMm H nan been
subjected to the severest tets where meliesl
rkiilsndseienee hs utterly fsilM. and slw.tys
been suceerfui. 'or tJl Usvclt tr hide
and Plerly few applications hss always
orked a eomulMe cure.
Lrralprl&iMl ic iileareax and SplJ
usvi Ilaaui is the aiost scmrsUd form!
have bees cared ia a ahorttioie. In eaes of
nervosa ?( lleskasw-hesBd Ttrotbi-
uc a the relief is oflsa aluoat inntsntsrcouj.
Burns, Scale's, Wnands, (sits sni!
UrtaieeWf sre healed with woDderfirt rnui-Ji!
b j frequent spplicslioni ut the t LglllV k, J ,.i
Kr Threat and silpbtHerisv. Kwoi.
lest er atitl Jetat sad kilhlaUw., i
remedy wsAercr found which would to et.'nt
ly cure by a simple ostward application. 1
lr spe or Acidity i the hcokain. Li.
etc., it is tsca internally, with a certainly o.
"viVaak all who are afflicted with the
plaints shove mentioned to rive the t'l It li i K
s fair trial, following the directions faithiully
end perneveriDgly, for so do Know that it i-urtr
with singular succeta.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
"rtjirid by tha Lawson Chemical Cix.:: ;
J. r. KIMCABDT. Agewt Tlflia.
Jewelry Store has been
Commercial House Black.
CASH CAFTT1L, -
sr 9 wnnT v
J A MrPARLAMD,
a a asA itx.
i t Cashier
J A HL.A1H
W P NOBLE. J AHCFARLAND,
BK 1IIUN UUellllla,
CTrn'ii ui Lvd hii ni Statin
GOLD AMD KLLYIB COI,
Foreign and Domestic Exchange t
TwtM r..i is.alaa af HesiesJt. Dia-
eooata Paper of Atvery desctiptaua and does
atacnerai nanaing uusiansai.
XTUU ARE HliHIBT fTOTIFIED THAT
X on tlx ICta dny of Jnue. A. B. 177,
,.lejrt M.Oedesi fllad ilia DetitlOO acalnst
yoa in the Court of Common Plea of
sen sea county, unio, praying a jnigmeci
colnst yoa for the sua of six snndred and
aveaty-av doiiars apoa taxee promissory
notea mad by you. Ona Desrjoe;' date
Eaton Bapids, March 3D, ISds, for tito. pay
aotetosKid Ogdea, ov Marer, wrltb sevea
per eesu. interest la ax nsoattai alter dale ;
on bearLng data Kavtoa Katpids, rWptesnber
ai, Bmu. lot 1 140, payable to said Ogden or or-
An order of attachment has been Issned
against yoa m said aetiosv, aad yoor interest
In toe foUo-mn; deserioed. taada aad tene
ments ha been attached aad is sought to
be subjected to Ui payment of said judg.
newt: Tae wwat half of Ut eataeaat oasr
ter aad tbe east half el fb aesnnwess qaar
ter of aeetioa ooe U . In Xownalilp three (',
norti., la range Oiieen 15) east, excepting
tweniy-tcrea otT taa aarUa ad of Um
i oa ar reqnired to answer tn said peti
tion on or before Ut lsth day of Heptmufter,
A.D. IsTT. OKO.lt. BEN EY,
nJe-t. Attorney in ytalntlir.
W"ti lfs'Wsi "77rv
And MANTELS of ATnerican and Illation
ALL KXSUH OF
Dona to otHt at price a law as the lowest
Works onjrwaabin ton! street at Wire
Tbe undersigned respectfully informs
tbe public that he has opened a
In F. A. Araenile's old room,
NATIONAL HALL BLOCK.
Everything Is new and the room is fitted
np In nrst-clax style. The best ol
Always kept. Tw good
Are always kept In good order for the lov
ers ot luai amosenieni.
tar Call and se how It U In a first class
B21 71 ,
CITY BiLLIAFSD SALOQNI
HENRY GRUMMELL, Prop.
This is tbe Best Establlanmo tin the City
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, BEER,
Etc., always kept.
And a pleasant, qnlet room.
Received dally dnring their season. Every
thing desirable for an excellent U StU
may always be found at the
CITY BILLIARD SALOON.
HISTBT G RCMIEIX,
Cor. Washingtcn and Perry Ets;
Entrance on Terry Street.
Magazine, Mnalc and everything lo the
line of Book Binding done by me In the best
of style, and at reasonable rales. Old Books
re-boo no. uivemeacaii.
B0ZT7 L. W. Zl.MMEtL
D. P. DILDINE & CO,
In the room lately occupied by Fwl's
Htar l icisibk atiorc. aii uonus are jiev
nd Fresh, aud will be sold CHEAP FOR
Hamnel li. Wo1 trios has been enaeeil ax
salesman. Mr. Woltrliix will be plcaxed to
see;aii of nisoiu menu.
English and Ui riuan lanenni snoken.
Please call and exauilue the to k.
D. P. DILDINE & CO.
MARKET HOUSE. TIFFIN. 0,
We are prepared to furnlali the public
with HTEAKtt at all kinds, RoA-Ml-H, HALT
MEAT, and everytlilng UMoaiiy lonna in a
Orst-elas Market. All our stork are select
ed with care and onr butchering is done in
a eleealy manner,
(jail and see as.
tin U- PALKNER A LECKONK.
Crockery and Glassware !
John N. Jentgen,
Bavin opened a
Crockery awl Glassware Store
la Rosts' Mock, on South Washington Hi
announces to Hie public that be will keep
n hand forsaleaverylfilag usually kec4 lu
a first-class store ol tb is kind.
Remember the place,
CitjBsck Storeantf Hews Rooid
Books, Stationery, Notions
CCXXlf 1VKSIC1" rEKIOBIClb
call An BXAarnvB mmn.
I will also continue to attend to my dntl
leUr) raklle aid CoUector.
A larreqnantHv of CIDER VI5EUAR for
ale In any qnaatlty.
BsB-ivT raiur cauczt
Hi v.-ljil! . 3
Ivsva ?mi ll
Ut TP rV !
A ltl Ai X !
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Hats and Flowers
In Elaborate; Designs.
LATEST SOVELTIES IN
Panniers & Corsets.
Choice Btnck Lad it?' nd
THRER and SIX BI'TTON
KUks, in Opera Shades,
Ereh TIE3, COTXARS,
CUFFS and RUCHES.
.tfnd. Af. J. JoAtxm, 1 Mod.
xus v. A. Larmll, j isle,
' JI' ainwJ Co'
Loomis' Stone Front
Capiijl -ad Surplus, $1GO,000
i. li. UWMa
Assl Cash lei
O. C. KELLER, -J.
H. FROST. -
A. B. HOVST,
J. If. Ni'lCl
S. B. Shcatu,
R. W. SHAWHAN,
J. D. Looaua.
Q O VEHEMENT
Local Bonds and Secoritlf s.
GoH and Silver Coin,
"orctsn ana Domestic Iichange, lie.
IiiMrK8Tl FICATFS OFDEPOBIT.besv
lug Interest: Discounts fa per or every u
scriptiun and does a Ueneral Banking
SPRING AND SUMI.UR
GOODS GOO Del
UOS mil CLOTHING HOUSE
Invltcsall who want the BET, LATEST
SXVLEaud UEar Firi'INU
At the Lowest Possible Prices,
To call on him at
io. 90 Washington St.,
SIGN OF BRONZE LION.
ALL THE LATENT 8TTLE3 OF
Foreign ami Domestic Worsted
Fine Cas3imere Suits,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Have been received, and HARRT LUTZ.
the Bent latter In th Slat, will Insure
perfect OU- Call aud see.
KUDKR & FEBY
CiRBIASES, WiGOHS I
Aad evry kind of Koad Vehicle on hand
ur made to order.
We Use the Best Material
A odour Work I equal to th Lett In th
SAHYEN'S PATENT WHEEL
And all other lata and valuable Improve
ments, ar naed la the manufacture of oor
Vehicles. We purpose always to tnaau fac
Latest Styles of Carriages
And defy competition, both In Cheapnws
-XPAJatlXfi rKO-lTLI ATTX5DKB TO.
Room and Hhoo on Market street, west
hie of Mandusky Kiver.
jnn ia. isTitr KUiirH at fkki.
The Iiffin Union Ch urn Co,
At their works, sooth-end of Wuhlidnn
Rt. bridge, are prepared lo fnrnisi tiululers
W0UD FLOOR- v
1X0, SIDING, &c,
itlsfactlon guaranteed (and price
Cull and see them before con
Dona on Short Notice and J at fair living
prices at this offleef J
C, S. & C, R. R.
Time Card taking effect June 24, 1877.
MAIN LINE OOINaSiOCTH.
Ex. j Nuthti Mixert
j , .x a. ,Traio7
Sandusky Leave i:i'k
Clyde 1.. .
Green Spring ci
Berwick ;. , L
li s r
MAIN' LINK oUINti NOiiTii.
; AfslL I Night Mixed
I Ex. IU. , Tr.s.
: IT Itl .LLijoAal
croaaa r -
Kenton.. , ,-.. 1'W
Arrive . '1: ((
Hnrwlf k -
Fln.lliv Branch trains leav FIndlay at
i A. M .and !: P. M. ; arrive in Carey at
HMO A. .11. an.i 2: P. M. ; lrf-ave Carev at
lo:. A. K. awl P. M. : arrive in Findlay
at 11:JU A. At. und i.M P. M.
1 -IO - I
. -i "--x : ; !ooi . tw "jit
pi r.ii i 5:
j --j j
Columbus, Springfield & Cin. Line.
OOkCWBCa TO CI3CI3rwATT.
- ' I Ex. Ex. I Fx.
STATTOSS. (W) (lti) (JU
Col u m bus Lv.
if ",i lu:li "
Londoai a r,
ttio " ;ll:W
CIKCTSSATT TO OOLUSIBtra.
Indianapolis Lv .
7WAm' :.lAwf tl"P
II WW " l:.l " 7:)"
11: U " : .; " ::"
ta I it: A
Nos. Hand hi ran dally, all others iCUly
SleepiDf rant on Nos. I and 10. and Parlor
cars ou Nna. 5 and a, riiuning through be
tween Cincinnati and Sandusky. I'av coach
es oa 5. 1 1 and . belweeo l'oiBiuaa and
The above ttraea will be mad a far a
practicable bnt not guaranteed.
H M. BKOitsos,
Ueneral Ticket Ant. .
D. W.C. r.KOWN'.
P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.
N AND AfTKH June 21. !K7, Train
will leave citations aa follows:
TRAINS GOING WEST.
STATIONS. I I MX. I id. I Sax. MAIL S
Pltubnryb 11:4S-.M ?fl0A.li Irikipwi :()0 A
Rochester i 1S3 lik)o
A!liancei 3:11) Aa U:'ip.lt:
Orrvllle 1 4:16
Crestllne J:J t
;:). t 2:10 AM
! li: Hi
TRAINS GOING EAST.
TATIOH8.I 4 X. 2 ax
i t ax. s sail
!MJ1) ' I ,
K"lvm,ntli 1H-H.A.M llrJa
FLWayne.1 :Vi ' . ihlr.w !!::
I 'm H:iu
Alliance .; 45
s-ii) 1 1 -1
llA.M1!!: ' 2:iip
2:JU iliiloPM I i:
Trains Nos. 3. anil run Dally. Train No
4 leaves Chicago dully except batuMay.
Train No. 1 leaves PllLxburg daily except
Saturday- - u
All older Dally, except Snivlay.
F. K MYEKS,
General Passeugcr and Ticket Ag'f.
Columbus & Toledo R.
North, East, Sonth and West !
Columbus & Toledo R. TAKING EFFECT MAY 22d, 1877.
Three Passenger Train Daily (Sundays ex
cepted) as follows :
NORTH BOCNT.'"'"' '
Mall Toledo' Frelirht
. Ex. . i ii ... otAcoui
.10 10 am 5 J1 m 12 am
pi prit 1 27am
46 w ' am
7 m put ' 4 nelatii
HD6 p v iiaiii
;i im Sin am
KoHtoria Jiiluin 11 pnt -7 l am
Toledo.. A-ttlpia 11 iu pa . 9 "xi aju
Toledo Lv 30 am 6 U pm 1 2 01 am
Fostoria Ar HWam 7 4Spi 7aui
Carey M 11 V" 11 pnt X ioaiii
y j..,.i..-L-y 1 10 pm i pm 4 U am
n.rfnn 1 pn pi. am
Hrrwr "1. ... .. . 2 II pm 1" ' P"t K 14 am
Delaware.... 2 1 pm M.:i put 4 am
Coiurubua Ax i M pin. 11 put at am
Connections made la the Union Depot at
Colum bus for Newark, Zanesvliie, Circle
ville, ChllUcothe, Forumouitt, lncaster
Athens, Marietta and Partfrdiarj ; at Ma
rion Cor points on A. A G. W. K.K. ; at Up
per Handusky tot bucyrus, Limn, Ft Wayne
and Chicago ; at Cary C. B.4C.R.K.; at
KoHtorla with B. A O. aad L. E. A L. R.K's. ;
at Toledo Vila L. H.A M.8 F. A P. U. and
Canada Southern R. KV. ; for Jfc-trolt, Jack
son, Lansing, Grand Rapid. East tteginaw
and all point in Michigan.
Fuliman Drawing Koora and Sleeping
Cars oa all tbrooitu train from Colnmbin
to New York, Fhiludelpbla and Halliuior
without chanw. W.A. MILI,
ORLANDHMITH, Gen'i Ticket Ag'L
Oen'l. rtupt. ,
M. M. GREENE. President.
II 07 in
.11 21 un
, l M pi
1 Zi IMU
T H OK AT WAEHI3T0SY,
HTMTOBT THE '
iUSMY CFTEE C'JMSEHLAND j
IU Organization, Ompaitm, nmt hattlri ;
vrriUn at the retfurtt Muior-llnxmit Gtco.
H. Thomas, chtrilii front hu Private Mtli
Ury Journal, ami official ami llttr Uueu
unua iirauW fcy him.
By Tuoa. IS. V A- Hus.il, IT. HI A. i
UMAIT KDITl).-9 -!.
Willi si Alia r HJ raneaita aaus
BatUfw Nap. frre, t:iw4i. I"!
ftUkeep, iw.wwi Malf-Marsteew. gii H- -
PtPl'LAB KDITIOV. With raisi
paJgai Map. 3 tela. v, C'lotb, M w
Every family In the tend should have a
eopy of this nuut trullnul, thomnuii, and
valuable contribution lo :lie military hi.
tory of th rebellion.
Thesnbiect-maUor Is linirtbla, well ar
ranged aad Weil dijjU:.L" GasJ. W. T.
Th 'book of bonk' n tbo war of I he re
bellion." MAJ.-UK. Juhkpk flooKka.
Hrm by mail,frrt of eltarj, am rumiyt of
ROBERT fLARKF, a Cf.. Pn bl Isker.
Pabllshera, V kleatle aad Ketall
Dooksellers and Stationers,
B1TI atECKJTTXT FtBLUBZB
Prrk's Teshli Cftierr'i Uaiilr. The
Law governing '1'owaMjiiu and i'vwn um-
o-rs tia. Otito ; wiln Foruia and vAunota
lioas. . . .. . . i tl ut)
Towst-hlp Blawh; lnoludiag' Boails,
Order rtooa 4niaeatsa, Mnp-,rviir s
Btaaka,-Tksand Traaaurer' Hookav Keg
later of Honda, Joarnaia, iveconla, tc
fo jiTfCF 9r-nzr. -F4CE, cox-
gfABLM, ETC.,, '
livaa'a JFe-w Trla, for JasU-e of
llF-ae and Couatablt In Ohio. . Tenth
etiiliou. fri u
Warrrs a wlia Crloaiaal Lw
Farm. . 14 M
JUn'l Bad reaatable Biasika.
We piiMuS aoompleteliHt of ovor Iiu uiank
of the iaaeat aud mrmt approvt-1 tornu.
Also. Ui b.t Copyright For;of . ,
Jw-ttre BllvU aaid Crlosiaial Darksla.
aWwA asta Matl fnaset f Jsuttiee.
FOR KCOIrwItTflB TlLLAfiEO,
irtEja,AJ. , .
Peek' flaralelpaA Law mt -Oltto.
Ortn, ton ahep, 4n
Legal Mlatalsa, luc Mayor. Marshals,
and other ontners of iuairoormted vulageM
In Ohio; over75 In autuiier. - - I
Hay art's Civ U anC Crlmlsutl ak
etx. VALUABLE OHIO LAW BaAaaS.
Hwan ant mtcHrleid' Revised Btatoe of
Mi!o, tol-n. 2 vols. iiu
rjavir' Ktatub-i of Ohio. ti- 4 vnM JU ui
Nash's Pieadiog and Fraetie uader the
Cno-of olito, vol. 1
KaiTsGal'ieto Adwtalatrators and E-
eentor-In Olilo. 2
Hairs Boa.1 Laws In Ohio. ' I
Kxney's Codeof Clvtl Froeedtrre, 7 fsl
Matthews on Partnership. A strmmary
of the law of partoerabi p. tor-bos'aes men.
Hy Hon. Stanley Mauaewa, - 1 al
Hanoveron tire Uiw of rJa era tn, Kale, and
Warranty of Horse an otaar Llv stock.
BOOK tPAiniTr. -
Pn bile and Private, Libraries sap piled on
the moot liberal terms, aud correspond
ence Invited with Committees, Teachers,
profeaauu si Men, and Book bajexs gen
erally. Particular attention given to the Impor
tation of loreiKU Itooks, periodicals, ele.
Oruers diapaU;Ul wwkly.
Cataloga of MisceiUuon, Jnvenile,
r.-iial, alft.ilfnl. Law. Tlie.uil,-l, and
h'UKililo Uooka suppled grau appnea-
Nmt for omr Prvcl Cuialoow af Lsvol
Htamlu,n: llnkau fur a aeoi puu
dntrt, r4t tt wnU e ifo prryud, U
the eataltxpu price.
ROBERT CLARKE & CO.,
X. Ki Weil roirtk iireet.
rw HBUND:RSIGNET) MAS4 BEEN DULY
X appointed adminiatrator of th estate
ot Uriah Egfert, late of Seneca county, O.
deceasel. A. 3. HI t.na.
May iiS, l:77. av M