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GIL CLOTHS DRUGGETS.
N CONNECTION WITH OUR LABOK
WK HAVE FOB BALE
DRUGGETS by the yard ;
DRUGGETS In patterns ;
OIL CLOTIIS by the yard.
lyd, Hidg, lyd$, 2ydt, and Zydt.
OIL CLOTH RUGS
In Patterns and All Sizes,
ocb htock or-
WALLPapsri WINDOW Shades
IS NOW FULL.
Tiffin Carpet Stoiel
SNEATII & BAKER.
LOCKE & im other,
1 ' P&OPB1STOR3. i
fiaa, fair-day Ire. (klefter M, IIJI.
Wendell PtUIHpa will lecture on tbe
"Lvtt Arts" In Toledo, on Nortrhber
27th. . . - . .
. " CnsttnnU are remsrkabl plentiful
In eastern Ohio and Peansvlvanla
Tba prioa it on dollar par bnaheL :
The cigar-makers of Near ; York,
wt 12,000 In Dnmber, hare etruok
- for bf ber a-av-JTb atrlks will I
' nJ Inaraoka? : . . J '
FraDci Murphy aad Lie followers
are marshaling their forces for a win
ter's campaign In the cause of tem
perance. . Tba harvest is ripe. (
The Working men. Greenback and
national Tote in the State was about
28,000. Tneee oan be all classed an
t der the title of worklnrmen. It Is
; about five per cent of tbe entire vote.
; The election In France Is over and
! Geo. Grant San now visit that eeun-
try without danger of giving any I en-
courage men. to Republicans who : are
' despised by MacMahon anl bis Bona-
r i i
J- . . - a
'Tbe harve-t In Turkey Is abundant,
rtwtthe Iaf)ew are few naoet of
' lhrm'r'8i I Ip I the army, i Hence
Itfucti ht iftiivf -are-left ' rot Vhere
ihay vera frown.
TbetorferGHtaai. is In1 tbe' An-
t TlT V kl. .1- ' ST
iwrn, in --, i mj i tea kinry. nis eea-
teuce ia for five years' Imprisonment.
His wife, who became crazy on ac
count of hia misfortune, Is lodged In
the Ii.sane Retreat at Hartford, Conn.
We wish Republican papers would
cease trying to explain the reason of
ine j.tepuDiican.aieat. it is enc-ugn
to aay that the party had the top of
Its head fctfoMted off and let It rest
th-a . TVilarvIim ' f s-phawln" and
- -a-cnawm' id unpieaaaDi. uuna oi
nrj r-artsly ww op i : - -
Gliorani'tbe-Insurance acrip forger
-f V.wU . .V KA. ',- nitl-i hauinht
v. a . - . in , . j " . vw. v., a
disgrace upon himself, but jralat upon
bis wife and family. Mrs Oilman'
has gone ia aa 1oss.se asylum a bro
;eohearted innatik, and tba children
are to be distributed among their rel
atives. Mrs. Gilman Is a niece of
Henry Ward Beecber, being his els
teaaoghtefr' )' I
u r t .fiii i " i ' ,
, Now that the 'Free Banking Aot
and Constitutional amendment have
been defeated by anch overwhelming
" anajoritiea, there are some papers so
ooUaii as. charge that' ft was not
because public .opinion, was a silo it
u ( h.iM hnt l-w na , h nrihlia mm ntt
lastructed concerning them. There
- may he some truth in the above state-
ment, but how about Judge West's
defeat Ti,'Wp there any lack of In
struction regarding him ?
i ne zar or cassia wuu - au me
members of the imperial family will
rmaia with the Riiaelan' army to
t'tliare In Its labor and the fortunes of
-war. and watch the ptostsbs of events.
In addressing Kis slan lat wek. the
Emperor said :
r . 4 I suysrif wtil onrt for tbe wants of
ray army, mid f iiecesnary, all Rus
t wUi.taajvrMsejbeforej... take np
T - Tbe Tarrka so ay mm well prepare
I lie worst. ,A ,- .....
The -epwta that Thomas Nast, the
famout art Ik t of Harper's Week!, had
qunrrtlt-d with tbe putillabera, as uone
of his cartoons bad appeared in that
papf for Stiaie Jme, are false. Tbe
rva.hn was that his right hand was
lame from overwork, and be was
simply taking a rt. The Cincinnati
Commrrclai says'ttrat "Nast sprained
his thumb in drawing Grant as a lion
and It won't get well."
. Mr.-Aiaat'a charaoteriatifl work ap
peared lh Harper's WetVy again last
week, which settles the stories con
oerning the qu&rreL
Senator Bayard gives this blow
Pendleton, Swing A Co. In regard
their "soft money foolishness" :
"The subserviency of Western
public men In their desire to secure
power, lies at tbe root of present
financial heresies. That Instead of
attempting, to lQstmct tbe people on
strch a sebject as finanee, they rather
appear to cater to their follies, and cm
tbeir ignorance aa a means or exciting
their passions so as to gain power for
Bayard Is a SaoLnWl Democrat, but
- when he aees any of his party doing
, foolish things I e does not hesitate to
speak plainly on the subject The
shave is a square ' hit between the
. A. St. Iouis ditpatch of the 18th
ins: anaonnoes the safe, arrival of
Goa. Bboruan and party in that city
after tbe longest official trip ever
made by a General 3f lbs army.
l&eueneral U-s leu absent 115
days, and has gone through the In
dian country to ine extreme North
west boundary, t ravelins betw-n 9
rW so a rO.'lOO miiea. Ha was met at
"the depot by hia family, and accom
panied them at once to his residence.
He presented rather a comical appear
. anm in - a huge sombrero, and his
elotbes the wore, for service, but ex-
... orwjea Aimaeu ta .xetaient health.
uen. Boermas) rxpreaaea the greatest
rdmlratroa for Gen. Howard's won
derful marcn after tbe Kes Perces,
, . enaraeienzing ltasn of the great-
" -w. iw recorxj.
- i a j
J. a. tail! started Sunday night
fot a trip through Kansas and Ne
The following; U tba official vote la
tbe Slat Senatorial District :
John Haltx. L- B. Harrls-
Crawford W -''
Wyandot Itt'l nil
Helix' rcajorlty, Cat.
The following la tba official rote for
Judge in tbe Third Judicial District :
II. H. Dodge, i. F.Barket.
Dodge ' majority i&O-
Benator Ingall'a silver biU U as foi
Be it enacted, etc., that there shall
be from time to time coined at tbe
minis of tbe United States, silver dol
lars of 412J grains standard sliver to
tbe dollar, aa provided for in tbe act
of January 13, 1S77, aud that said dol
lar shall be a legal tender for all debts,
public and private, except where tbe
payment of gold coin is required by
Congress should pass it and gst ths
sliver question out of the way. It
Won't hurt any one and may possibly
be of benefit to tbe people at large.
It will be a God-eend to silver mining
companies. But, in ths language of
Democrats, "this Government is
ran in tbe interest or monopolies"
and wby should not silver companies
bavs a chance.
N. B. It would also remove a bar.
den from the mind of Mr. Halstead,
of the Cincinnati Commercial. That
Certainly la worth Congressional con
sideration. Tbe Cincinnati Gazette has this
'As to tbe so called civil service
order, It would be a better measure of
reform to turn out those who bave de
graded party management and to
pot In those who can be trusted to
taks that honorable and active part
in choosing candidates and in voting
for tbem, which it Is tbe duty of every
citlsen to take, than to leave the oth
ers In, and try to purify tbem by a
There la more good, bard, common,
horse sense In ths above than all tbe
articles that tbe subject of Civil ser
vice reform has brought forth.
Do not attempt, because a man
holds an office to deprive him of his
rights aa a citizen, but if he attempts
to nse bis position to control cau
cuses aad nominate candidates, thus
degrading tbe party and tbe service,
lift him out and put some one In who
can conduct himself honorably as
every citizen should. Tbe Gazette'1
Idea Is right and It Is broad, as welL
Book-keepers are far more abund
ant than farmers, as will be seen In
tbe following :
An advertisement In Pittsburg call
ing for a farm laborer reoelved eight
responses; and an advertlssment call
ing for a book-keeper received one
hundred and thirteen.
From this It would appear that
book-keepers are fourteen times as
numerous as farmers. Tbe fact Is
farmers bave employment and the
other claaa have not so generally.
Tbe New York Timet Is responsible
for this about Ben. Batter :
Ben. Butler was asked to-day how
be liked being in Congress this ses
sion, and be answered : "It feels
very comfortable to sit In tbs House
without any responsibility and have
your bat full of brickbats." This ex
pression is undoubtedly a correct and
complete announcement of tbe policy
which Mr. Butler Intends to pursue
this winter, and members who have
any reason for caution or alarm In
respect to any subject whatever had
beet take nntloe and remain upon
Tba Turks bave bad tbe greater
share of successes up to within
a few daya past, since which they
have bad several serious reverses. A
late LoDdon dispatch says :
"Yesterday ths Russians gained a
great victory over Mukhtar Pasha,
capturing many guns and prisoners.
The Turks bave been driven from the
road to Kara." A dispatch from Mos-
oow, dated to-day, says private tele
grams received there state tbat on
Monday tbe Russians attacked
Mukhtar Pssha'a new positions. Tbe
Caucasian Grenadiers stormed Arvllas
Hill, forming the key to the Turkish
position. A two hours' engagement
ensued, resulting in tbe flight of
Mukhtar Pasha in tbe direction of
Kara or Erzeroom. The Russians
pursued. Tbe Turks lost many pris
oners, cannon, rifles, and a quantity
of provisions. An official dispatch
received at Constantinople, dated to
day, locates ths battle at Aladja-Dagb.
Tbe dispatch says the Bussiana, at
tacked from ionr sides, were falling
back at the time tba telegram was
sent off, and tbe final result of the
battle was momentarily expected.
A later report aaya :
London, Oct. 19. A dispatch from
Tiflls says It ia estimated that the
Russians captured in the battle of
Monday last thirty-two battalions of
Turks, four brigades of artillery, 100
officers, and 2,000 horses. Among tbe
killed are a son of tbe Circassian
CbiefUIn, Cbamail, and tbe Turkish
General of Cavalry, Monssa Pasba.
Tbe Russians estimate tbe total Turk
ish loss at 16,000 men, together with
great stores of munitions and provisions.
THE OHIO ELECTION.
Tbe Istest reports from tbe official
count In Ohio come down to Friday
night at which time all the counties
but Ashtabula, 8tark and Hardin had
been heard from. Borne of the figures
from Hamilton-ere not strictly offi
cial, but as the lawful returns have In
this election been found almost Iden
tical with the earlier reports, we may
assume tbat Mm results of the election
In Ohio are pretty accurately known.
Aoc-ntlng aa correct tbe nnoffieial re
port from ths three conntles named,
Bishop's plurality over Wwst for Gov
ernr is 22,700 votes. Bond, the
Workltisman's candidate, polled a
vote of 12.480, wblle the Greenback
and Lrtbor ticket, advocated by Hchll
lioar. had 1C 890. Tbe Prohibition can
didate, Mr. Thompson, brings np the
rear with 4.SC3, making the total vote
of OUin this year 535.000. or 121000
less than the State cast for Haves aud
Tilileu a year ago.
it Is only necessary to elance al
these fl cures to see bow absurd Is tbe
claim of Republican desertions to tbe
Democratic ranks, and what an
amount of nnlnstiflable glory tbe
heroes of this scratch victory are as
suming. Going back even beyond
the Presidential oontest to the State
vote of Ohio In 1875, we find William
Allien with 11,172 more votes than
were cast for Bishop, defeated by Gov
ernor nayes, wno nad 1(S,71S votes
more than the hero of this so-called
Waterloo of 1S73. The campaign of
1875 was fought in an off year, but
had the school question for a live
Issue then ; Saint Geshan had ex
alted bis born ; tbe White Leaguers
in me Bouin were patting In
their work ; there was no disgusted.
apathetic minority In the Republican
ranas, ana postmasters ana custom
house officers were not prohibited
from putting up political handbills or
even carrying a torch in a procession
With ail these advantages against
tbera, tbe Democrats bad no vpeclal
difficulty in casting more than eleven
thousand votes more than tbey have
this year polled for Bishop. And yet
we bear no end or talk about a revo
lutlon In public sentiment In Ohio, a
flocking of tbe voters to tbe Demo
cratic standard, a wholesale rebuke of
tbe "electoral conspiracy," a rati flea
tion of tbe Democratic demand for
tbe repeal of resumption, and soon
The Democratic machinists down at
Washington after office put on the
airs of Roman conquerors, and Chair
man Thompson is worshiped for bis
management of a campaign in which
bis party cast eleven thousand less
votes than it polled for William Al
len. For having led such a crawfish
victory, Mr. Bishop Is now talked
about for President in 1880, or for
United State Senator if Mr. Tbnr
man will kindly step out In order to
grasp more securely tbe Presidential
nomination three years hence. Tbe
simple fact Is, we have had a dead,
Inert canvass this year. In which tbe
Republicans, for various reasons.
have been rather mora indifferent
and willing to ran after strange gods
than their opponenta. The result is
ss meaningless, as devoid of all value
as an inuex or national pontics, or
or even aa suggestion of bow Ohio
may vote next year, aa could well be
CONSUL AT NASSAU.
The stories about tbe removal of
Hon. Mablon Chance, as Consul to
Naesao, are nearly all untrue, so far
aa tbe cause for removal is concerned.
Tbe Leader of Monday last gives tbe
facta below :
Mr. Mahlon Chance has beeen pa
raded before the country as an awful
example of tbe effect of tbe Civil Ser
vice Reform Order. Tbe fact tbat be
was in Ohio daring the campaign has
been put with tbe other fact that his
successor as Consul to Nassau has just
been appointed, and tbe one made to
account for tbe otber. This Is pure
Invention. Mr. Chance is not in any
wsy a victim of tbe Civil Service Re
form Order. On tbe 1st of Novem
ber be will bave been Consul at Nas
sau eight years. It has cot beeu at
any time tbe policy of the Adminis
tration to reappoint officers in tbe
Consular Department who have
served through two full administra
tions. In accordance with this prin
ciple Mr. McLaln was selected several
months ago as tbe successor or Mr.
Chance at Nassau, when the eight
years of tbe latter abould expire. Mr.
McLalo is an ex-member of tbe Ohio
Legislature a banker by profession
and, aa we personally know, a man of
excellent business attainments and
unimpeachable character. He was
ebosen for tbe Consulate at tbe Ba
hamas on account of bis fitness for
tbe duties of tbe position, not because
Mr. Chance had taken part in tbe
HARP.sTKR BCHOCK. On the 17th trust-,
at the rakidenoeof tbe bride' parent. in
Klat Kock, O., by Rev. J4. B. Croaae, Mr.
D. H. Uarpuler and Him UuJe ttchock, all
of Flat Hoc.
COMMERCIAL. TIFFIN MARKETS.
COMMERCIAL. TIFFIN MARKETS. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSINESS MEN.
i beat Old choice-
- New "
- No 1
Co as Whelled..
S to 4
A max, dried, per s .
Ooaar mbal, per id.
wh, per aoa
Pbatiikbs, live geea
r ouK, per oarret-
, S UUtnS 50
Bat, per ion
S 00 to 7 00
Hinarf, trimmed .
Hi dep, an trimmed..
M iddlihqs ,
- 1 00
Halt, coa -e root, per bbl
Salt, common, per bbl
Salt, fine '-able,peraack..
Oal-Bkuts, per a
10 to 25
. 25 to 1 00
Shorts, per tw
with limb, per DDI
Whit's Lib., per bush.
Bbb-, front qr
Bbbv, bind y
Cb-ickbkb, per ft.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
BUFFALO, Oct. 23.
Cattle Beeetpta to-day SOI bead, making
the total for the week thos far 7,293 head.
The market was alow andT2e on last
week's prices. The qnallty was mostly com
mon and mediom.
Sheep Receipts to-day 1500 head, making
the total for the week thus far S2Q0 head.
The market wasunaettled. No sales ; bay-
en and sellers ara ZVjGc apart. Fifteen
loads on sales.
Hogs Receipt- to-day 1200 head, making
the total for the week thos far II1U0 head
Hardly enough stock to establish a market.
Sales of Yorker at 15 0(35 5V; heavy In
good demand at 15 4035 50 ; i;deck of eholoe
light at Vi 65.
fJWBODT JUD THIS I
What Shall We Eat to Be
This Important question la finally solved.
The following eereal preparations aro noted
for their healthful and nutritive value :
Steam Cooked Oat Meal,
" ' " - BRAIN FOOD
STEAM COOKED HTTLLED AND CRUSH
ED WHIT 15 WHEAI.
Where active brain support Is required
the Brain Food la peerless. The Oat Meal
and Crashed Wheat la the perfection of
Human Food for general family nse.
For making Paddings, Muffins, Griddle
Cakea, Pan Cakes Etc., It ia unexcelled.
SHREDDED COD FISH1
For the above specialties and many oth
ers, where they can only be had, go to
0. P. SNYDER S Fruit Store.
A Grand Musical Event.
PROF. M. WERTHEIM,
Of New Tork, an accomplished Violin So
loist and Loader of Orchestra for several
Emits In the Principal Theatres of London,
ngland and America, will give a Grand
Vocal and Instrumental Concert,
Tuesday Erening, Oct. 30,
Under the aospiees of the Brnderhund.
Prof. Boos' Cornet Band and Orchestra, and
Prof. Spies-, the well known orcanL-t, as
slsteu by Ons Copland, pianist. Master
Frankie Boos, on Ploolo, accompanied by
ths boos family, and numerous otber volun
teer musical talent of this city. Violin So
los by Prof. & Werthelm. Be Programme
on eoneert nlicbt.
Admission its eewfa. Reserved Seats ZS
eenta. For Sale at Hubbard's Drug Store,
by Mr. Homan. and Prost. Boos and Spies-.
WALTER MCXNOX. - - Ma-aobb.
Wednesday Evening. Oct, 31,
One IsTight Only-
TDK RENOWNED ACTOR,
of Rip Van Winkle FameJ
IS BH NEW ABB BEACTIFCi. PL IT,
Replete with Pathos and Humor, and a
complete Dramatic Company.
IIW FACES. MI SIC AH O COSTUMES.
RBflBBVEn 8BATS 11.00
Otber prices as usual.
Secure reserved seats at Hubbard a Drug
Hard, Soft atul Blacksmith
LEHIGH & WILKESBARRE COAL
Of any rise to snlt tbe wants of consumers,
aad aald at greatly reduced prices.
Parties wishing to par-base their supply
Soft or Hard Coal
For the winter will find It to their Interest
to civs me a call before buying eisewbere
eaa fnrntsh Coal at very low figures from
mines In tbe Hocking and Muskingum Val-
. an.l M Ri 1 ll)U.
-! sJlve a Free i any s-art t
ar Orders left at Martin Wagner' t
Clothing Store will receive prompt at
tention. Offlce and Yard
AaaaBS Bt, aesr C, . C. stepot.
THE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Ls Xow Ready for Pupils
In all Branches of Business
Double Entry Boot-keeping,
Plain and Ornamental Penmanship,
Business Arithmetic, Composition
of Cosiness Letters and Papers,
Commercial Law, Business Ethics,
etc.; also Phonography on the
American Improved Short-hand
Special Classes will be formed
for young Ladies and Gentlemen,
who desire to attain an elegant
style of Penmanship.
gS- Send for circulars to
PROF. M. ALLEN,
Business Institute, Tiffin, 0.
Oct. 25, "77. n4-tf.
Henry F.N lies 1 In Seneca County,
vs. J-Oblo, Court of Common
Perry Myers, et al. J Pleas.
Perry Myers and Almon Kloo will take
notice that Henry F. NUes, of Seneca coun
ty, Oblo. did, on the Kin day of OctoUir, A.
D. 1877, file bis Detlilon In tLe Court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for the county of
neneea, in saia attate oi onto, against me
said Perry Myers. Almon Kloe and Sarah A.
Myers, J. S. Myers and Pavld Lee, defend
ants, netting forth tbat tbe said Perry Myers
and Sarah A. Myers gave a mortgage
to the said Henry F. NUes, on the 2lh day
of June, A. I). 1X72, on the north part of the
uoriQ west quarter or aeeiion numuer roar,
SS 80-lou acres, and part ot tbe northeast
quarter of section nun ber five, tfti acres,
all In township number three, ranee six
teen. In Seneca ecunty, Ohio, to secure the
payment of (4,000.00, according to certain
notes referred to In said morticage, and that
since the giving of said mortgage the said
defendants, Almon Rice, David Lee and J.
S. Myers, claim some Interest In said lands
nnder said Ferry Myers, and praying that
aald Perry Myers may pay the amount now
claimed to be due, vis : f3.ao0.CO, with in
terest on t-.5O0X0 at 8 per cent, from August
1, if, 6; with Interest on Sl.5J0.uu ironi
Ausust 1, 1X7(1, at six per cent., and Interest
on t-0-00 from August 1, 1877, at tlx per
cenU. or that aald premises may be sold to
pay the same ; and that said defendants.
Perry Myers and Almon Rice, are notified
tbat thev ara reanired to BDnearand imver
said petition on or before the lilh day of
Liecemuer, a. u. la.i.
HENRY K. NILKS.
By Basil Mbit,
Dated October -51 h, A. D. 1K77. nt-St
Tkejr relieve palm.
They Bnbdaw swelling.
Tbey euro boras, wltbont a sear.
The White Ceatawr l.lslmfst Is now
the standard remedy for Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia. Sciatica. Lumbago. Frost Biles.
Caked Breasts. Itch. Cutaneous Eruptions.
eta. xnese inimenu nave stooa uie test or
time. They have performed more wonder
ful cures of obstinate bed-ridden cripples,
and have alleviated more pains in a shorter
space of time than have all other Lini
ments. Embrocations. Extracts. Ointments
and Salves In existence. T.'ieir sale Is In
creasing regularly and rapidly. Their best
endorsers are puysicisns, surgeons ana
veterinaries. There la literally no ease of
flesh, bone or muscle aliment npon either
man or beast which the Centaur Liniment
will not alleviate and generally cure. But
must be understood that there are two
kinds of Liniment ; tbe White Is for family
use and tho Yellow for horses and animals.
For horses and mules liable to Koavin.
Ring-bone, Sweeney, Halls, strains, String
halt. Poll-evil, etc., the Tellew 43eataar
LJBlm.nl Is worth Its w&lght in gold. We
bave thousands of certificates relation how
valnabie horses have been speedily restored
by a dollar bottle of this wonderful all-healing
remedy. The same la constantly told of
the effects upon the human frame. Persona
hobbling noon crutches for veara from HUB
Joints, Tumors and Old Bores, have, by the
use or a lew bottles of tne waits esie-r
Liniment, been restored to tbe use of all
their limbs. The effects are next to marvela.
We will give the Liniment to any person
who ever heard of a failure. Such a case
baa never been reported to us. Tbese Lini
ments are now sold tbronghout tbe habit
able globe. J. B. rusk A oo..
l UK X OT. fllW 1 UU.
To the taste but death to Gripes and Stom
ach complaints. JPIleber'a Caatorla is a
complete substitute for Castor Oil, and Is as
pleasant to taae as noney. i. is parucn iar-
adapted to Teeming and irritable cuil
dren. It destroys worms, assimilates tbe
food, regulates the Stomach, and cures Wind
Colic. No remedy is as efficacious for Fever
lahness. Croup, Worms and Whooping
Coagh. Caatorla la a purely vegetable
preparation, more effective than Caster Oil,
and neither gags nor gripes.
CoLCBBI A, Co--., May S, 1S77.
Heart. J. B. Rose Cb N. T. :
I have a family of eight children, and
have used your Castohia. I have never
found anything equal to it- My children
have been saved from severe sickness by
the use of Castobia. I recommend It In
preference to any medicine I know. I feel
a pleasure to give this certificate on ac
count of the benefits I bave derived by the
use of your ad mlrable preparation.
"Very truly yours,
"NORMAN P. LITTLE."
COURT RECORD !
Times Fixed for Holding Courts
Third Judicial District
Of the State of Ohio, for the year
It Ls ordered that a Utnu of the Court ,
2oiminiii Pleas beciiia-uencod, at S u'clot'k,
In Allen County, on April 1, June 10 and
November II, IK7.
In Augiaiu County, o February 4, April
-.'and October 14. ls."8.
In Craw lord County, January 2, May 1
and September 9, 1X78.
In Itaflanca Couulv, on January 11, May
13 and September .10, 1S7S.
In Fulton County, ou February 11, June 10
Sl'd October , 1S78.
In Hardin County, on March 5, May -land
Octolxsr 15, lfTH.
In Hancock Coupty, on January 21, May
21 and October 1, 1K7S.
In Henry County, on January 2S, May 27
and October 14, WS.
In Logan County, on April 2, June II and
November 12, 1878.
In Marlon County, on January 2U, May 28
and October 9, 1S78.
In Mercer County, on March Is, May '-7
and Decern ber 2, 1878.
In Paulding County, on January 8, May
7 and September 24, 1878.
In Putman Couoty, on February 4, April
29 and September , 1878
In Seneca County, on February 11, June
11 and October 22, 1878.
In Shelby County, on March 4, May t and
October 14. 1878.
In Union County, on February 4, April 2D
and September 9, 178.
In Van Wert County, on February 2f, May
6 and October 28, 1878.
In Williams County, on February 20. Juuc
18 and Novembers, L7&.
In Wood Connty, on January 2, May 1
and September S, 1878.
And la Wyandot Connty, on' February is,
June 17 and November 4, 1878.
And that a Term of the District Court be
commenced, at 8 o'clock, A. M ,
In Allen County, on January 31, 1878. '
In Auglaize County, ou Juuuary 21. l78.
In Crawford County, on March Si. I7X.
In Dedance County, on March iv, 178.
In Fullon County, on March i4. 1878.
In Hardin County, on January 14. 1873.
In Haucock County, on April i, 178.
In Henry County, on March 16, 17.
la Logan County, on January 8, 1878.
In Marion County, on April L 1878.
In Mercer County, on January S3, 1873.
In Paulding County, on March 21. 1878.
In Potman County, on January 28, 1878.
In Seneca County, on April &, 1878.
In Shelby Connty, on January 17, 1878.
In Union County, on January 2, 1878.
In Van Wert County, on January 25, 1878.
In Williams County, on March 12, 1878.
In Wood County, on March 23, 1878.
And In Wyandot County, on Mar. 27, 1878
Thus ordered, at a meeting of the Jndges
of the Court of Common Pleas of the third
Judicial District or the State ot Oblo, held
for that purpose, in the town of Forest, In
the county of Hardin, In said district, this
8th day of October, Is. 7.
JAME4 PILLAR-. 1
J AMK4 MAt'KINZIK, 5
JOHN PORTER, ' Judges.
THOMAS BEER. '(
Tire State of Ohio, Skxeca Co ss.
I, Jeremiah Rex, Clerk of the Common
Plana lioart within and for the county and
State aforesaid, do herebv certify the above
and foregoing eopy to be truly taken and
correctly copied from the original Court
Record, on file in this office.
Witness my hand and seal ot said Court,
this 13th day of October. 177.
Seal JEREMIAH BEX,
n3 at Clerk.
TAXES FOR 1877.
To the Tax Payers of
In pursuance of law, I, Francis Wagner. Treasurer of Seneca connty, do hereby notii7
the lax payers of said County that the rates ot taxation for the year 1877 are correctly
slated in the following taoto. showing the number of mills and the fractional pan of
mills levied on each dollar of tbe a. wed value of the taxable property in each Town
ship, Incorporated Village, Cnlon or Separate School Districts In aald toun ty, to-wit :
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OHIO LAWS, VOL. 9. PAGE 10L
Bection 1. That each person charged with
ineuoaniy-iTeasnreTmay, at nis option, pay the full amount oi sucn laxes on or oeiore
the twentieth day of December, or one-half thereof on or before the twentieth day or
December, and tbe remaining half thereof on or before tbe twentieth day of June next
ensuing ; providing, however tbat all Road Taxes a halt be paid prior to the twentieth
day of December, In the manner prescribed by law.
SBOTioN 4. When one-halt ot the taxes aforesaid, charged against any entry on a tax
duplicate. In the hands of the County Treasurer, shall not be paid on or before the twen
tieth day of December next after the same shall have been so charged, or when tbe re
mainder of such taxes shall not be paid on or before tbe twentieth day of June next
thereafter, the County Treasurer shall proceed to collect the same by distress or other
wise, as may at ths time be prescribed by law, together with the penalty of five per cent
um on the amount of taxes so delinquent ; and in all eases where such half ot any tales
other than real estate shall not have been paid on the twentieth day of December, the
whole amount of taxes, other than on Beat Estate, for the current year, so charged, shall
be due and delinquent, and -ball be collected In tbe manner and with tbe penalty pro
vided In this section.
Section 5. As amended February 7, 18B1,
per ceuh on au real esuue taxes ruiurnea ueiinquent either lor Decemoer or June.
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be paid prior to the i"r ""rilH. Itoa.1 Reeelpu will posiUvely not
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VoL 58, Page 9, attaches a penalty of twenty
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in-, i. now In tho Connty Treasurer
bailne-a boar. Iron, this date
t, and this wOl be strictly enforced. Tbe
2. o?c- j
Ths as r laterBBlttcmta.
All miasmatic complaints. In otbsr words,
all disorders generated by DDWholeaomeez,
halations from tba earth or water, are prev
alent at tnls season. I n .very section sub
ject to tbe visitation of fever and ague, or
otber forms of Intermittent disease, the
canses which prod ace these maladies ara
now actively a work. This, tlMrefore, la a
period ot tbe year wnen tbe inhabitants of
sneh district should prepare their systems
to meet the nnwhoieaonie condition of the
atmosphere by a eonrae of tonic and alter
ative treaUnDta. Foremost among the
lnviKOranta, recommended by time and ex
perience as a means of forUfylna; tbe sys
tem acainat all endemic and epidemic mal
adies, stands Bosteuer's Htomach BMters.
By a timely nae of the Bitters, tha feeblest
resident of an unhealthy soil may escape
the sickness which, without the aid of this
potent ally of nature, wiU be apt to over
take tbs strongest.
It is the duty of every person who has
used BoncHBB's Uebham Hybu- to let its
wonderful qualities be known to their
friends lu earing OoBsamoUon, severe
Coughs, Croa p. Asthma, fneumoola. and
In fact all throat and lnng disease-. Ho
p-imni c lu-e it wihuuuk iuiiuwi crc
Three doses will relieve any case, and we
Wl N J . h U Ukjr u " fei-ii v
reocomend It to the poor dying consump
tive, at least to try oue bottle, aa ULw d om
en bottles were sold last year, and no on
ea-e where it failed was reported. Bach a
medicine as tbe Ukbji as Bracr cannot be
too widely known. Ask yonr Druggist
aboat It. Ham pie Bottles to try sold at ten
eenta. Kegolar vise seventy-five centa. 'or
sale by i.V. MAKO.U ABDT. Agt-
A splendid Stock ot Fall and
Winter BOOTS and SHOES,
just received, and For Sale
Cheap for CASH at Spons
ler & Romig's.
The place to buy SOLE
LEATHER cheap, and of
the best quality, is at Spons
ler & Romig's. 100 hides re
ceived this week. Call and
This Concerns You!
If you are going to purchase anything in the
Line this season, don't fail to call
ing the most desirable styles in
FARM, BE! IWl HE Rill & HBSABY
FUitNITUIlE that has ever been
Vicinity, and at prices that will astonish you. We also keep in
stock, of oar own manufacture, a Full Line of
Bureaus Bedsteads, Tables, Etc
1 11 WOM
DEALERS 1 1ST
LADIES' AfID GENTS'
led Front C
MYEKS & BRO.
IS THE OLD RED FRONT HAVE A FULL Ll.NK OP
Stoes, Tin-Ware, House-Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc,
THEY ARK 80LE AGE NTS FOlt THE
Olxlo Stovo oo.'s atovoa,
AND JIAVE THE BE3T
HARD COAL AND HEATING STOVES
IN THE MARKET.
All Kinds of Agricultural Implements or the Mast
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO
HOUSE SPOUTIHG HID ill TI1HER.' JOB I'iORX.
i ' i
It is Durable Beyond Unj Other! It is Low in Price !
HEME 31 BER THE
RED FRONT CASH STORE, MYERS & BRO., Prop's.
daFs ague tonic
CURES EVER I FORI Uh LHILL5, Uri r.J.itr tit i un.it j.
PAfS TONIC DAY'S TCN1C
DAY'S TONIC r.ulT xrCn
DAY'S TONIC DAY'S TONIC
t ftsT l s-U4r-m. lr' eoaa-aua VT1bUBb i ana T-r. r-w vy mu s-n -xa.
J. P. DfiOMGOOLE A CO.. Pfoprietor. Loutvir. Ky
Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes,
And a General tock ol JRUBBER
& ROMIG !
and get our prices. We are show
offered to the citizens of Tiffin and
E & Co.,
FURNISHING GOODS !
ash Store !
Polo A:ont TPor
-1 II K
Only I'erjcct HooJitHj Made
It is Fire, Water and Wind.
IWf ; will not Leak or Break.
IiiswlnisTt-OTs- and rrv-M ..
TantUirtrf t.-rUi10T unknown jurtl ui
cU.viesi by ot-4r.
It Ujtd isoi con tain fvlnlit nr aitf
I-Wn ; ltd'sM not trvlur bnzxliiic r
rosvrtnir 1" tiie ivrvi. fJrw tlt
UM- of Quiiiltur; It I rs-ia.tvl tiy 1HI-rt-Jtotnwh':
It art Mr') t)ellvr and
hif-THfc, wltbsMt Uir af aujr otiarr
BsBnliciik?; it us-v'r falK tcirw, ul ou r
imu mr author.-', to rvtssra. lh
iimmm y s'-vrh vry cas-t: M Ullur-r;
ou iCTie III turf two a-. Try it
CsU UT Mil aJTfsix ,!- au a
Drug & Wall
NO. 46 9ASHINGT0NST.,
Is now leceiving a Large'and Fre-hJ?tockof ,
Chemicals, Dye Stufis,
r'J?J WiWll 1.1TD ZjgtlORS
For Medical Use.
WALL PAPER AMD VJIHD0VJ SHADES'
Curtain Fixtures and Tassels.
Prescriptions carefully Compoiuvled hj competent persons
J. F1. MARQUAEDT.
THE FALL OF 1ST7
V1SLER HOUSE BLOCK.
Large Display of New Goods.
"We are now receiving almost daily
fresh invioces of all the new shapes
in Hats and colors in Velvets, Silks,
Flowers, &c, and will do our best to
please any who may favor usjwithYa
Desirable Goods at Bottom Prices is our Motto,
wear, Embroideries, Jewelry, Zephyr
a -a- Tir n a
ana uermantown i arns, sc., au pri
ces made to sell.
A job lot of Motto Frames, at 35
to 40 cts.. with Glass and Back, a
thing never heard of before in Tif
fin. Sole Aerent for
Fall and Winter Slock I
Kip, Calf and
Women's, Misses' and Children's Kip and Calf Shoes.
A Full Assortment of Goods at the Lowest Prices.
LEATHER and FINDINGS always on hand.
Special attention given to REPAIRING.
J". H. KUEBLER.
-f V i.I3ffBrr-
i.V '! RVi2--!3f'S3- I 1 COSTS) from iao u
. -J-l: .1:-.i'ci CF-i-ULATSS-S ft'iaT
h i v -. zzr r , ?
John & i
(Successors to Geo. II. Howman,
GLASS WARE. MIRRORS.
WOODEN, WILLOW AND STONE WARE,
CUTLERY, TOYS in Great Variety.
PICTURE FRAMES, and
llousc Fnn.hli.ns Goods.
Having tatelypareha-edthlaS-lne Stock and since JXfaVonh'o
it oow coinprt- one o( the beatmt-blkhuiuUo' the Blua in sonnern. mio..
We solicit a liberal share of your palxonasa.
JOHN G- GROSS fc Co.
PR.. NCI'S Celebrated Chrom - ""' 10 lJ." -5jOr0
JOHN G. GROSS fc CO.
Baby Carriages ! Baby Carriages ! !
j large Invoice Jo- received, new and elsi-nt alylea, eWH.for cash Call and aa
,b""1 " hJOHN G. GROSS & CO.
K-t Imttalsnai CU1 atrfc !n tt- V arfeat htriol-f
Ti - o UH(- U a cm-ucl'H ofsjcassr msnsy, tu rtnssaiy raw
lu.il LUi.-Ti-ut to ftmmet Uui ilisa
, art. mp by a f (. sap i rati Issas
tadiiH (& rHMisaao-suui-w frr4
hssfrn. Ai-Ks-.l A.w MOVCMKNT.
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