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!aa. Itiratf Oct. li.
PRESIDENT HAYES AT FREDERICK,
President Hayta nd Prt of bia
cabinet attended tlie Frederick Fair
I&at Tliurnday. As usual, on such oc
casion, gnefcchee were msde. Tne
President aaid :
"Ladies and Fellow Citizens :
I thank you fur this very cordial
reception. I wish particular to re
turn toy thanks to the civil authori
ties of Frederick and to tbe manajera
of Frederick County Fair for tbelr
kindnesa in iovitfnz me to be pres
ent to-dsy. Tbe interest to be pro
moted by an inslitaUon like this la
tbe mwl Important single interest in
onr yuntry. If the farmer or plant
er la prosperous It U almost certain
tbe country will be prosperous,
fcrery other interest finds iU advan
tage in whatever promotes agricul
tural interest, and if to-day we may
with reason rejoice at tbe prospect cf
reviving prosperity in our country,
it is very largely because tbe agricul
ture of tbe country is provpercus.
Good crops aod good price for agri
cultural product inK8 good times. ,
Applause. All avenues of trade find
their gains in tbe transportation of
agricultural products. We come.
then, to take part in your fair, be
cause it largely reprtaente to tbe coun
try tbe agricultural latere or yonr
county of Frederick, a well as tbat
throughout tbe United HUtes. Tbe
beauty of tbis county, which we mow
look udou : the fertility of its soil
and the skill and excellence
of its cultivation, I tbink are known
throughout tbe country. Certainly
In tbat part of tbe United State in
whloh I reside, this county is indeed
well known. We have the advantage
in my neighborhood of a large num
ber of most respectable eUioena, wbo
bailed origioally from the good old
county of r reaeilck. Appuuse.j 1D
counties of Seneca aud HanUusky in
Ohio contain many of tbe most re
spectable families wbo look back with
pride and affection to this county and
city of Frederick. fApplause.l Be
ing familiar with former citizens of
Maryland who now have their domes
in Ohio, I do not feel I am a stranger
here. Applause. Perhaps it wouid
amuse you if I undertook to tell yoa
some anecdotes of tbeee citizens of
Ohio about tbelr old Frederick. There
was no such fertility of soil in Seneca
and Handusky, and sue a excellence of
fruits and crops, as could be found
in old Frederick. Laughter and
applause. And Dow, in con
clusion, I wish to aay I waa
formerly treated so well In tbe county
of Frederick tbat I snail always re
member with ejection and gratitude
to your eltizens tbe days lapent here.
Applause. Yon will perhaps be
glad to become acquainted with some
of tbe gentlemen associated with me
in tbe government. We have with
uk tbe Attorney General and Secre
tary of War. Neither of them la a
farmer, but I bare noticed tbat on
occasion like this farmers do not do
all tbe talking. Applause and laugh
ter. . .1
MINISTER AND MRS. NOYES.
' A correspondent of tbe Cincinnati
Commercial writes concerning the U.
a Minister to France, Edward F.
Noyee, and hit wife :
I wish I could repeat, for tbe bene,
fit of tbelr many friends among your
readers, tbe many agreeable things
told me of Minister and Mrs. Noyea.
Bbe has made a delightful impression
upon all wbo have met ber. She
speaks French like a real Parisian,
and sbe talks well. Then she baa a
. fine presence acd charming repose of
manner. The French like that. She
is Intelligent and reserved-a combi
nation the French adore. Because
they have so much vivacity tnena
selves, perhaps, they like nothing bat
ter than a certain amount of reserve
elf poise, repose of manner.
As for General Koyes, he. took
wltb tbe French from tbe first. He
takes to tbe French people. He is at j
home wltb them. He has a fine,
military air, which tbey lis, and he
looks like a Frenchman. They like
that. President MacMenon received
lilni with unusual courtesy.- There
wfcre only four persons present "It
is the habit of the President to give a
little bow after be receives one, as a
sign tbe interview is over," but it
was different when General ' Koyes
was presented. He came in with
that fine, military air of his, and in
teresting bait in his step, and In bis
clear, round voice said bis little speech
In English. I see it was dispatched
and published here in French. The
President replied, surveying tbe Gen
eral from bead to f jot, and then, In
stead of giving tbe nsaal signal tbat
tbe audience was at an end, turned
to me and said playfully : 'Ask bim
if bis wooden leg gives him any
trouble. How did be lose it? Tell
bim to try the baths if it harts him.' "
I repeated the inquiries to General
Noyes, wbo entered Into conversation
with the President. In saying adieu,
tbe President observed to him quite
heartily : 'I am glad to welcome a
soldier to France.' Tbe General an
swered with spirit tbat 'of all tbe
countries In Earope be t referred to
represent the United States in France.
This is not all. The acquaintance
with President MacMahon has been
followed up, and General Noyee bids
fair to be tbe most popular Minister
Victor Hugo, in addressing a meet
ing on tbe eve of the election in
France, said : .
France is of age. She knows what
sbe wants. Montesquieu would hesi
tate to say to her, "My policy."
Washington would not dare to say
"My Will." At tbe feet of universal
au ft rase clouds will disperse.
, France will give ber orders and no
matter wbo it may be, be will obey
1 will not oiler anybody tbe InBuit of
doubting bis obedience.
Tbe victory is almost certain. We
. feel some pity, ana we win not pnsn
our victory beyond reasonable bounds;
but tbe triumph of law and right is
certain. Have faith In tbe country,
and never despair. France has a pre
destined mission. Bleeding, mutilat
ed, put to ransom, given up to faction
of the past, sbe smiles superbly, and
works miracles in tbe field of ideas and
in tbe field of events. Sbe makes even
her catastrophes serve as the founda
tion for future years. You may ex
pect everything of France. Sbe
makes use of the most formidable of
revolutions to found tbe most stable
. of Governments. .
Tbe short run of players, riflemen,
billiard champions, and men of sport
ing life generally, is a remarkable
feature of Kew York life. Drink is at
the bottom of this. Men wbo indulge
in tbe cup can't control tbeir nerves,
and men wbo can't do this go to tbe
wall. Tbe bad shooting of some
men, of whom so much was expected,
resulted from tbeir cup indulgence.
One of the best marksmen In tbe city
said tbat "in rifle shooting
tbe variance of a hair's breadth
made tbe difference at tbe muzzle of
one foot in 100 yards ; and a man
must have absolute command of his
nerves. man who would win must
not steam." Dan Mace, when he
was In bis prime on Lbs road,
drank only lemonade. I heard
him say : "A single . glass of
whisky affects my nerves. Men
who drink on the road would
not trust their valuable teams with
me if I was not In driving season a
teetotaler." When the billiard con
gress was in session the champion
aaid: "We can't drink and do any
thing. We have to abstain totally
from stimulatiag beverages while we
play ; we have a season of prepara
tion. Ws have to be clear and cool,
or we fail. The reason tbat so many
eminent players pass ont of sight is,
they will drink. Then tbe nerves
grow unsteady and the eye fails, and
all is up with tbe player ; the drink
ing goes deeper and the playing
worse." X. Y. Observer.
Mr. S. S. Cox, Representative to
Congress from tbe Sixth New York
District, is a rising statesman. He
has served in a great many Con
greases, both as a Representative from
Obio and from New York. Mr.
Tweed, in one of those happy bursts
of humor which have distinguished
him when ha has tMen hrnncht nt w
his keepers to perform before the
multitude, gave a graphic picture of
air. wx as ne appeared when be first
deposited bis carpet-bag at a New
York boarding-house. Mr. Cox was
represented as coming Into the pres
ence of tbe great man, hat under his
arm, bowing low, and saying, "Please,
Sir, I want to go to Congress." The
great man eyed him In amazed silence
for a minute or two and said: "What
can you do in Congress r The sup
pliant clasped his hands meekly and
answered : "Please, Sir, I can make
them laugh." And Mr. Cox has been
making them laugh, or trying to
make them laugh, ever since. -
[From Appleton's Journal for November.]
[From Appleton's Journal for November.] Why the Leaves Change-It is Not
Jack Frost's Work.
I lu ,irikllfl tfl ob&erV6
regularity with which we are told
),..., it, ,r..i lliL "the firbt froHl i
cbanee the color of tbe leave?,"
wh. ri tbe frost Lax nothing to
with tbe change, ii
uim&rimM hnriiied in Ne
i.n.i i.. iho f.,nj hu elite red.
if by magic, in a single night, so that,
upon looking out of tbe window in
tbe morning, tbe eye was surprised
with tbe spectacle of tbe world well
nigh on fire ; and since this transfor
mation took place in connection wltb
t ha ninmtrr at a low DOint. the whole
affair is referred to tbe agency of Jack
, . . . . . i. i
preetldigitateur tbe glowing tints
tbe apple, me ricn criinouu
valval r rh. and tbe Durple of
plum ? Many years ago this error
was pointed out t-y an emioeui. uui-
ni.l who ahnwad that tbe EorKeous
color of tbe autumn leaf came in tbe
regular process or ripening; ana,
though botacv is eenerally studied in
schools, tbe old notion cornea back
with the beavers every year, snowing
tti-t .frnr in Mmmrin with truth.
o,niuii1l'vhtii aiinnnrted bv the VOX
poffuli, will "rise again," however de
servedly crusnea xo eanu.
rm flnH thtlrntnlld In man.
as already observed, and, like tbe hu
man species, IDey may ripen euuueu
ly. If, however, any one chooses to
make a mystery of tbe intentity of tbe
autumnal colors, there should be no
treat difficulty in explaining tbe va
riety. Indeed, the apparent superiori
ty over tbe strength of color In tbe
foliage on tbe Continent of Europe
may be attributed chiefly to this va
riety. In Great Britain tbe climate Is
evidently unfavorable to the produc-
tlnn if tirloht rV ttnnea. bat In
parts of Germany the brilliancy of
certain ainas oi leaves in qui to jui
to that of the corresponding varieties
in North America. At tbe same time
the greens of Europe are quite differ
ent from those of our own land,
where, beginning with a burnt green
In tbe bootn, we pass nortbward
along tbe Atlantic seaboard, reaching
tbe true green of tbe greatest of the
bay-prod uc'.ng States, the State of
Maine. Every one has notloed the
unparalleled green of the "Emerald
Isle," which becomes a pale sea-green
In Scotland, a whitish-green in tbe
south of England and in France on
ly change to an ashen-green in Ger
many, and a sombre olive in the Ital
But we were remarking upon the
variety of tbe autumnal tints tn our
own country. This is explained by
tbe fact tbat, while In Europe there
are only forty trees tbat attain to a
hnloht nf thirtv fnat. In North Ameri
ca tbere are no less than on hundred
and forty nence our forests nasn use
tbe plane-tree that "tbe Persian
adorned with bis mantles and Jewels."
AUTUMN IN THE WOODS.
Every hollow fall of i
Turning yellow la Inalr tarns ;
Straggling brambles fierce and wild,
T ieldlng berries to tbe child ;
Oakbal la tnmbttnc bom tbe tree,
Beaen-nata dropping silently.
Host of leaves come down to die,
Leaving openings to the iky ;
Bluebells, foxgloves, gone to seed,
Everything to death decreed ;
Hothl eg left of flowers or bads ;
Hoch Is auloma la the woods.
And so ts there an aatoroa kaowa
To tbe heart. It feels alone,
rearing lta best day are past ;
Sets tbe further overcast ;
Eoad acquaintance broken through.
Friends departed, friend on true ;
Hnmtt flowers cold and dead.
Covered by a grassy bed ;
Hopes, late blossoms putting out.
Withering soon, and flung about
By cruel winds ; dread doubts and fears
Eluding vent la sadden lean ;
Yea, there la an autumn knowa
To some hearts thai let alone.
Yet, there's this though alter all
Fern may tads and leaves may fall.
Hearts may change or prove untrue.
All may took as thaes woods do
Though sad autama here is givea.
Spring-time awaii the J oat in heaven.
AUTUMN IN THE WOODS.-Chambers' Journal.
GOUGH OF TEMPERANCE.
In reference to the doctrine of total
abstinence, he said tbat Its advocates
did not pretend to be able to accom
plish anything except to make a man
sober.. Tbey did not pretend tbat by
accepting and putting into practice
the principle of total abstinence a
person Immediately becomes posses
sed of all tbe virtues of mankind. On
tbe contrary there were some awfully
mean men and most unmitigated
scoundrels wbo did not drink. -Tbey
did not claim to be able to work any
direct good further than changing an
individual from a sot to a mas. But
Indirectly the temperance principles
accomplished much good by making
men snore susceptible to good innu-
ences, and brought them in tbt way
to bearing tbe truth, ana for mis rea
son, said tbe speaker, the advocates of
temperance demanded tbe support
and aid or the preacners or tne train.
In reply to those people wbo main
tained tbat men must become Chris
tians before tbey could reform tbeir
habits of insobriety, the speaker in
sisted tbat the result could be accom
plished by energy of will alone, inde
pendent of any extraneous Influence,
and quoted an instance within his
own knowledge of a gentleman wbo
by bis own strength of will had con
quered his appetite for drinking. It
was tne grace or uoa, nowever, tnac
was needed to enable a man to sustain
his resolution not to touch liquor
again. It was the misconception of
the purpose of grace in the first In
stance tbat prevented many men
from becoming reformed. They
must, said tbe speaker, first throw off
their habits by a determined effort
of their own will, and then by tbe
help of divine grace tbey will be able
to keep away from drink always. It
was, be thought, absolutely unmanly
for any one to expect to be saved
without such an effort on his own
part. God only sent his aid to those
wbo helped themselves, and tor peo
ple to expect that tbey could rid
themselves of any vice without those
terrible struggles tbat were simply
tbe penalties for vicious habits, was
unchristian, rather tban Christian,
In concluding, the speaker told the
oft-repeated, but ever effective and
moving story of his own reforma
tion, and retired amid a tnmnlt of ap
plause. , .
Carlyle on Job.
I call the Book of Job, apart from
all theories about it, one of the grand
est things ever written with a pen.
ui,e reels, indeed, as II it were not
Hebrew such a noble universality.
different from noble patriotism or
sectarianism, reigns In It. A noble
book! All men's book! It is our
first, oldest statement of the
never-ending problem, man's des
tiny, and God's ways with bim here
on this earth. And all In such free,
flowing outlines: grand in its aimplic
lty, and its epic melody, and repose of
reconcilement. Tbere ts the seeing
eye, tbe mildly understanding heart.
bo true every way : true eyesignt.
and vision for all things, material
things do less tban spiritual ; the
horse "bast thou clothed bis
neck with thunder 7" he laughs
at the shaking of the spear !
Such living - likenesses were
never since drawn. Sublime
borrow, sublime reconciliation ; oldest
choral melody as of tbe heart of man
kind ; so soft and great ; as the sum
mer night, as the world wltb lta sea,
and stars i There is nothing written
I think, In the Bible or out it of equal
The other day at least not many
months ago in Western England,
the Royal Agricultural Society gave
tbe first prise for tbe best cultivated
farm of over one hundred and fifty
acres to Mrs. Birch, of Stand Farm,
near Liverpool, and the prise was em
phasised by declering that tbey be
lieved tbat tbe best farmer was he
who made the most money In grow
ing tbe most food. The judges added:
"Ws do not know a better definition
of good agriculture, nor do wa know
of a better illu&tration of tbat defini
tion than is furnished by Stand
Farm." We must score a brave,
broad mark for Mrs. Birch and her
women farmers none the leas because
the lady in question has the aid of one
or two helpful sons.
The Eccentricities of a Fig Tree.
' Much has been written about the
freaks of nature this season in South
ern California, particularly fruit trees,
but a fig tree in my garden caps the
climax for eccentricity. Tbis tree is
of white Smyrna variety. The first
crop ripened in June. The fruit was
white skinned and very large and
most excellent. Tbe tree put forth a
very full second crop, and tbe figs are
rioe now and havn tn Inrlvnauli.
and are ripening every day, but the
run is uiue.
C. S. & C. R. R.
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General Ticket Aceat.
P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.
S AMD ATT ICR Jane 24, 1877. Trains
will leave Station aa roaow a:
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All ouiers uauy, exoepv oonoiy.
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tlenaral Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
Columbus & Toledo R.
North. East. South and West !
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Connection made la tbe Union Depot nt
Colum bos for Newark, Zanetvllle, Circle
ville, Chlllicothe, rorumouin, ancaHior
Athens, Marietta and Parkerabarg ; at Ma
rkn tor polnUoo A. AU. W. K.K. ; at lp
ner Sandusky for Bucyrun. Lima, Ft. Wayne
and Chicago ; at Carey C. S. C. K. R. : at
roatoria witn is. u. anu ut.su tt.u a. :
at Toledo with UH.iH.&.F.ir. M. and
Canada Southern K. 3's. ; for Detroit, Jack,
aon, Lansing, Urand KapLclx, Kaat bagtnaw
and ail point in Michigan.
Pullman Drawing Hoora and Bleeping
Cars on all through train from Columbus
to rw I on, rail leipnia ana nammore
without change. W. A. MILLS,
UiiAMJ bmith. uen i ricKei g'
M. U. OSEENE. PrealdenU
Real Estate For Sale
C A AereK of Land and Five Lots adjoin-O'-k
ing Kepubllc Ohio. Jond Land, Fine
Orchard, House aud Barn. (c4Uiu per acre.
Il,uwutlcah : balance In paymenUof I5U0.00
per year. A bargain.
HOUBE AND LOT FOB SALE OB REST,
cheap, situated on Jackaon street, be
tween Clay and Perry streets.
MOUSE and lot, on West Perry street,
one-half square from Washington.
location for boarding house ; 24 rooms.
Well and elxtern. Lot 60x140. Will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms, or will rent
one-naif seven good rooms.
acres of fertile land In Brown County,
Kansas, near the County aeat. School
house within half a mile. Will sell cheep
for Cash, or give reasonable tltne on one
half purchase price.
Honss and Lot. New Dwelling, two
atoriea, seven good alxed rooms, good
Well and Cistern, full lot, good new fences,
and buildings- A nice location, near bUHi
nea. Splendid neighborhood. Will sell for
tlM), on long time. A bargain.
House and Lot. New Hourn one-story
high, five good rooms. Fine Well aud
Cistern, full lot. Kverytblng neat and
cosy, for only VHU0 ; $350 caah, balance in
ayments to salt purchaser.
TTonse and lot. lo Green finrlnr C close
11 to the depot, for (TOO; tin caah; balance
to salt the purchaser. :
rTOtTSE AND TWO LOTS IN TUB VlL-
J.X e of West Lodl, Seneca Co., O
House stoiy and a half, six rooms; well
and cistern ; wood-house ; good stable ;
everything handy. Will sell at purchaser's
figures and terms. -
LOURING MILL--Three-story Brick:
X: two run of burrs ; engine forty-horse
power ; ample yard ; good access and locat
ed in one of tne best wneaurauu ng vicini
ties In Beneea County. Only flouring mill
in that vicinity. Excellent custom patron-
ua. affonlins eonslant running. Will sell
cbeap, on easy term, (iood chance for a
party of small capital.
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MEAT, and everything usually found in a
flint-class Market. All our stock are select
ed with cere and onr butchering is dune in
a elesnly manner. - .
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AitillLlona raav lie made to clulis. at elub
rates, any time during the year, through
our Agents. Evkbx Pustm AHrisa is Aokstt
FOK TBI UAZE1TE,
n-tnvr.RTIrRl will do well lo note
the above facts in reference to the eircula-
liou of the GAZETTK.
3 CIN. GAZETTE CO.
Collecting Agency of
0FFICEOver Hubbard's Drug
Real Estate taken for Sale on small com
mission ; also, to exchange.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO
FOR SALE !
NEW HOUSE WITH FOUR ROOMS AND
bay window. Built la the most
modern stvle. Lot 60xlNO leet. Newly en
closed with picket front. Situated on the
west side or Main street, m mo village oi
Attica. Seneca comity, Ohio. Price fTUO.
4l ACRES OF LAND, FOUR MILES
111 northeast of Bairdstown, Wood sonn-
ty. Tenaeree chopped. -Balanee excel leut
limber, very valuable, consisting of Oak,
Ash, Hickory and Elm. biluatotl on main
traveled road. Boll No. 1. Price 11.000.
OflCRES WELL IMPROVED LAND IN
Zv everv respect, two miles South of Tif
fin. Owner wlBhlDg to go South. Price fi,
SUO, on reasonable terms.
BRICK BUSINESS ROOM AND Dwelling
combined. Stock, of Groceries and
Provisions : Location excellent. The own
er wishing to quit the business will sell at a
bargain, ana on roasonaoie time.
. . . .i i. i i hind u 11 1 1 irr
and 124, in Tomb's Addition to Tlttta. Price
low anu terms reasonable. P. HUDDLE.
HOUSE AND LOT ON EA8T STREET, in
the village of Republic Seneca coun
ty, Ohio, Good, substantial frame house,
painted white ; blinds on doors aud win
dows. Barn, wood-house and cistern ; pick
et front; ail in the very best of order.
TEW TWO STORY HOUSE, Hlx Rooms
1 Good Cellar, Large Cistern. Lot,tiX14
leex, wen lenceo anu usnusomeiy muatou ,
near the cornerof Jackson and Perry streets.
Prices low, and terms to suit tbe purchaser,
TWO-story Frame House, new, with four
rooms, good cellar, and cistern. Lot,
suxIXO feet, handsomly situated on Davis
street. For sale at a bargain.
HALF lot with two-story frame house, 6
rooms, barn and wood house, on south
Sandusky street, near C, B. A C. railroad.
Price f 1.S00.
VACANT lot In Tomb's Addition, nixlNS
feet. A very pleasant site for suburban
Iot eoxiao feet, new dwelling
j and business room combined. Situated
at Attica Ktatinn. on tlio H. A U. K. K.,
Seneca county, unio. a spienuiu point lor
busfnesa, with limited means. Price very
low and terms easy.
TjyO story brick house new. Situated on
south side Main street, Tiffln. Five
la 'e rooms : good cellar. Lot ttlxltK). A
choice selection of bearing fruit trees. Price
Of! ACRES OF TJNTMPROV'ED UP-LAND
OU Prairie: timber sufficient for all nur-
poses ; soli black sand and loam ; 25 acres
reauy ior me piow , siiuuii use uu wuh
half miles from tbe vlllnge of Col ten, on
the Toledo A Wabash Railroad, Henry coun
ty, Ohio. Will take small residence In Tif
fin for part payment.
4 ft ACRES OF WELL IMPROVED LAND
4U in every respect, situated in Liberty
township, Seneca county, Ohio, nine miles
from Tiffin and two and one-half miles
from Bettsville. Boil No. one.
Oft ACRE FARM, FIVE AND ONE-HALF
OU miles east of Tiffin. Forty acres well
Improved, witn a One two-story frame
bouse, with nine rooms. Small barn, young
orchard ; forty acres of timber, consisting or
Oak, Hickory, Ash, Beech and Sugar. Lios
high and gentiy rolling ; is well adapted for
all kinds ol grain. Feocea all la complete
order. Price extremely low, and parties
wishing to purchase a farm of this aeecrlp
llon, will do well to investigate soon.
1 fill ACRES ol well improved land, slta
iyjyj a led six miles west of the city of
Lawrence, the Connty Beat ot Douglas
county, Kansas. Eighty acres prairie, of
wuicn o acres are unuer goou cultivation.
Balance 20 acres ts a fine growth of timber
Tbis farm is well enclosed with hedge ;
plenty oi living waier. aiko nouse anu lot
situated in the most beautiful part of the
city of Lawrence. Will sell the whole to
gether, or exchange for properly in Seneca
county, O. Price Si.OuO.
FIVE ACRES OF LAND, 8ITUATED ON
Kllbournjitreet, Republic, Seneca Co.,
Ohio. Two and one-half acres in Orchard,
and of the best grafted varieties. Small
fruit of all kind. House nearly new, with
six rooms and painted in the most modern
style. Barn, Wood House, Sheds, cistern
and all the necessary outbuildings. Good
fences, fine picket fiont,
Tbis Is a rare opportunity. Price low
and terms to suit purchaser.
OA ACRES of timber land K o' mile
OU from the Baltimore A Ohio railroad,
two mliea east from Desuler, Wood county,
4fr Acres, two miles sooth of Chicago
4uU Junction, Huron county, Ohio.
Well improved. Terms to suit purchaser, or
will take good business property in part
on ACRES OF HONEY CREEK LAND
OU Situated three miles west of Attica
Seneca County, Ohio. Sixty-five acres
cleared and under splendid cultivation.
Large Bilck House containing nine rooms.
Bank Barn, 42x70 feet, with shed attached.
Wood house and Summer kitchen; also a
running stream of water the year round.
Wells, Cistern, large Apple and Peach Or
chard, and of the best grafted varieties ot
fruit. Grapes and berries of all kinds in
abundance. Buildings and tenees in prime
order. Inexhaustible soil, and is well adapt
ed for all kinds of grain. For sale tor nine
ty dav only. Price low and on long time.
Qf ACRES of well timbered land, situ
OU ated in Hardin county, Ohio, seven
miles north of Kenton, on the Blanchard
river, four miles wettl of Patterson, it is all
river bottom land, inexhaustible soil, and
lniber sufficient to pay for the land.
Address, or lnqnire of
D44 TS-tf Real Estate Agent. Tifflu.O.
Assignees' Sale, of Real Estate,
PURSUANT TO THE ORDER OF THE
Court of Common Pleas of Seneca
county, Ohio, the undersigned. Assignees of
E. C Umsted, will oiler, at public sale, at
toe door of the Court House, in Tiffln, Ohio,
on Saturday, the 27th day of October, ls77,
between the hours of one and four o clock
p. MM tbe real estate bounded and described
as follows :
Lot three hundred and ninety (iA), In
Second Ward of Tiffin, Ohio.
Also the east part of lot number four (4),
In Block T, of the survey of the lands ol
Josiah Hedges iu tlie First Ward of Tiffin,
O, being a strip three and iil-luu chalu
wide oft east aide, leas a street sixty leet
wide off east side thereof.
Also tbe north part of northwest quarter
of fractional section five ' ji. In township two
(21, north range fifteen east, containing
32 70-luO acres.
Also the north part of west part of south
east quarter of section thirty-two ( .!), town
sblp three (3) north range fUU-cji etui, con
taining 41 lo-lCU acres.
Also the south part of the west part of
southeast quarter of said section thirty-two,
township and range aforesaid, containing
sixty -six and 4-i-iuu acres.
The east part of the southeast quarter
of said section thirty-two (2, township
and range aforesaid, containing eighty
acres ; also a fractional part of tbe north
east quarter, on tne right bank of the San
dusky River, of said section thirty-two
township and range aforesaid, containing
twenty-five and 40-HO acres, with the right,
privilege and appurtenance of flowing
water, and for other purposes, of and to the
south part of tbe north-west quarter of frao
tlonal section five, In township two, range
Also six acres of land in tbe south-west
quarter of said section thirty-two I-O,
bounded as follows: Beginning at tbe
water's edge on the west side of tbe San
dusky river, at a point due south from tbe
center of black walnut tree, about J1, feet in
diameter, standing in the rood on said
bank, and from thence north, through said
tree, about forty-four roils to the line of
la nils owned by J aines T. Gangwer and Joel
Keller, thence east on aaid l'ne to the
water's edge of said river ; thence along the
meanders of aaid stream to the place of be
ginning, all in Seneca county, Ohio,
Terms or Sale. One-third cash in band ;
ono-lblrd ia oat and one-third in two years
from tbe day of aale, with Interest from
day of sale. Deterred payments to be se
cured by mortgage upon the premises.
ANDREW if. BYEKS.
Assignees ol E, C. Uiusled.
N. L. Erewki:, Alt y. njitt
FALL AND WINTER
Foreiim and Domestic
IN ALL THE LATEST ST TLBS AT THE
LION HALL CLOTHING HOUSE
I invite all who wish the Best and
And Best Fitting Suits at the Lowest Pos
. sibte Priees, to call oa sueand yoa
will find all the Latest Styles ot
Centlemeo's Furnishing Goads,
HARRY LITTZ. the best cutter In the
State, will insure you a pvritm .
mil and see.
- Don't forget the place,
HEW BOOK STORE !
P. C. Gillett & Co.
Have removed their stock of
BOOKS and STATIONERY
Withtieo. II. Barney. Washington street.
They have a very tine display of goods In
their line, including improved English
Wall l'aier, tbe best in the market. Uive
them a call. No. 52 41a
Ml JEVELRY STORE!
SPECTACLES A SPECIALTY I
Watc7icst Clocks and Jewelry
Kept constantly on band for sale cheap
Repairing of all kinds dono on abort no
tice, in t he best manner aud at reasonable
SnjJcr'a Block, Washington St
Having purchased my Fall and
Winter Stock -of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Boots and Shoes, I
am now ready to supply the public
with cheap goods.
Manufacturing to order a spe
cialty. Repairing done on short notice.
So. 2, Empire Block. .
OF SEW TOKK.
SlXl'TX T. SEIDIORK, Prsaldnt.
Uk.XEI A. 0AaM.fcI, TUe Preside t.
Insures -gainst Loss ETga tr Fir
FOR POLICIES APPLY TO
A. C. BARBOUR,
J. C. BARTOW
This well known and popular Hotel has
recently been repaired and refitted and lb.
rraveune rnbiie wiu nnd 11 a qniei, veil
regnlated House, where good, clean rooms
and beds and a well supplied tab'9 can b.
The barn is in charge of a earetnl Hostler.
Commercial men. Conntry Customers, and
Transient Travelers are all invited to ftvs
ns a can
Location Central. Charge Reasonable.
Statu of Obio, Seneca Col htt, ss. :
Notice is hereby given that account by
Administrators, Execntora and Uaardians,
in final and Dartial settlement, with estates
and with wants, have been riled In tbe of
fice 01 the Probate Coart oi Heneca county,
Ohio, as follows, to-wit :
ESTATES FINAL ACCOrHTS.
Nathan Cadwallader.Nathan M. Wright,
Joseph Hoovur, Sarah Welch,
Content fearce, I. ii. Watson, In sale
Margaret Porta, ot land,
John Uibberell, Sevena Yonng.
ESTATES r-ARTIAL ACCOCJTTS.
Philip Bretx. Jaeob Salter.
William Dresse, Michael Walter.
Catharine Brown, Emily It. Olds,
Elisa J. Brets, E inma R. Owen,
Abigail Criana, Albert Owen.
Martha J. Eckels. Jallett A. Mranim.
Perry B. Endslow, Harriet Whltuman,
awr.no. 11 Zeller.
Franklin i. Joseph,
WARM PARTIAL AOCOUXTS.
Hallle M. A. Bowser, Ida If. Owen,
Prank W. Martin, Anna O. Owen.
And them several aeeonnu will be ior
hearing and settlement on the L-ih day ol
of November, A. D. 1T7.
Witness my hand oilicially this 171b. day
of Octooer, A. Ii. Is77.
TJ. K. CRAMER.
J uue Probate Court.
A. Gillet, enardlsn of Alfred Chamase ,
Hiram W. belts and kra Belts aod tba
said Alfred Chamase ro, will take notice
that a petition waa filed against them cm
Uie lUth day of October, 1477, in the Coart of
Common Pleas, within and for tbe County
of tieneea, by Henry W, Palmer, and is sow
pending, wherein said Henry W. Palmer
demands partition of th. foliowlag ila
acribed real estate, to-wlt :
In-lou nltyix j6i, arty-seven (57) and
fifty-eight In the village ct Republic,
connty of Seneca, in the Htale ot Ohio ; and
that at tbe next term of said Court tne sale
Henry W. Palmer will apply for aa order
that partition mav be made nf aaiA
premises. HiiBV W. PALME..
John U. Cole, Petitioner. '
Att'y. for Petitioner.
Republic, O, Oct. lu, 1877. ni-0U
. S3 U-M Strast
FOR ALL KINDS OP
Job PRiNTiNG House i
: M 1
! ' .11,
. , .4
-ALL KIN'IIH OK-
Uonsonthe Shortest Notice, in
the Bent Stvle of the Art,
and at Reasonable Itaten.
A 8PLKND1D ASSORT MKNT OF
JOB TYPE .
And 1'lmploy the Met Workmen
it is poasi hie to get.
-WK hAVK ALL Tlli-
and:kf.kp a lakuk htock.ok-
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and 'Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
" Paper and Envelopes
Call on us for (ool Work
at Lew Prices.,
36 Market St
WiaiWtW Ws ' snwsssWss i
IS THE CITY.
ENTIRE SEW STOCK
Hals and Flowers
In Elaborate Designs.
LATEST SOVELTIt-S IN
Panniers & Corsets,
mis? ttV T sLl V n 1
THREE and SIX BCTTON
K 114, In Opera Shades,
Fresh TIES, CW.LAIW,
CUFFS and EL 'cilia.
Mad. M. J. Jntimtrm, Mod
Ail C. A. Lanmll, f fctlea.
loomis' Stone Front
Capital pod Surplus, $160,000
J. IX LOOM 1A, President
O. a EELLEB, . - - Cashier
J. H. FROST, .... Aas'tCaahlet
L VOLLMER, Her
a. h. Hovrr, E.r.KTicnrirr
Robekt Bim, J. H. Good
1. 0. Loomis.
G O VERNMENH
Local Boais and Securilles.
; Gold and Silver Coin,
Toreisa and Bomestlc Ixek.nge, Etc.
IsRnes CERTIFICATES OF Dpof)lT,oear-
Inv lntrsL: lilscoonta Puoer of every de
acription and does a Ueneral Banking
-WILL DO ALL KINDS OF-
And take Haw Logs of all kinds at rood
prices, iu exi-uance ; will also ex
change oak fpncinsand lumber
for Elm Saw Logs. All
Sawed to order. Apply at once to
GVYHN'S SAW Mill,
Walker's Addition, Tiffln.
KTJDER & FRBY
And ersry kind of Road Vehicles on hand
or made to order.
We Use the Best Material
And onr Work ts ennal to the Host In th.
SARYEN'S PATENT WHEEL
Aud all other late and valuable Improve-
menu, are nsed la the mauulaclore ot onr
vehicles, w. purpose always w manuuw
Latest Styles of Carriages
And defy MmpetraoB, hotb tn Cheapness
i anu lramoimjr.
sipiisnre PBOxmT inixoKB to.
Room and Hhop on Market street, wait
SMeoi Baaaoaar luver.
Jewelry Store lias leen
Commercial House Block,
b ni s tzigsetayaw i i wsaswi
- I l "-! .
I !? m
And MANTELS or American and Italian
Done toor."rnt prte.'S as lowas the lowest
Works oa V -hi:l ton' sttect at Wir.
Eri.l-e. ' i : i
n-i-tt , : i t
Geo. R. Huss !
To the Room formrly xrraplea by II
A. cnHkirH sir ia
CEO. 1 II CSS.
The nndersisned respectfully In'orms.
th. pnblie that lie has opened a
In F. A. Amciule's old room.
Kvpry"'n nw nl tli room is fitted
Up IU liisi-ci.xsrt Niyie. iu 1m-SI Of
Always kept. Twsgood
Are always kept In good order for the lov
ers of th&t amusement.
Call and see bow it is In a first class
CITY BILUJieO SALOON!
URUM HELL'S BLOCK J
This Is the Rest KnUitilLslmic tin the City
LIQUOES, WINES, ALE, BEER,
Etc., always kept.
And a pleasant, qniet room.
Recelvetl daily dnrin? their aeason. verv
thiuK deNirabie lor an ex-ll'Ut 11111
may alwac be fonnd at the
CITY BILLIARD SAL00X.
Ccr, Washington and Perry Sis.,
Entrance on Perry Street.
MAnatnc, Maic and everyttiln? in the
llneor Bona Blndin" ttonehy me In th l-"t
o4 alyle, and at rcaBouaote rates. Old riooaa
re-booud. Oivc umcul.
V.ry ifptfal y.
The Tin Union Churn Co.,
At their wort', M.ut h Jnd of Wsv.li n-r ton
Ht. Iri.l-e, are j.rejirft to furiiNIi builder
ING, SIDING, &c,
arsilK faction gnaranteed .tnd pricen
Call and see them before con
jJSJi-JSHJI.l SA'1H " ' " IT' nTT'"" "!T?!???T
OHlco Opp. Sxrl.vx IIoiiso
I.. L. t U AI)Li:iI, Proprietor.
A. C. rt lKROlR, Affent.
77ii is the place to pay your rent on a lT'itum antl Lot and have
tomething lo show for it ; Prrprty Jfiyh ami Dry ; Nice Vin
of the City. Iot Sold Cheap on jAisyJtyments. Come in and
i Oet Full lirticular.
GROCERIES GROCERIES GROCERIES.
FAMILY GaOC3GRIKS! ;
J. B. Wilson Son,:
Ilftvlut- boni;lit the
Ot II. A. 11 as kirk A Son, At stvatly rlnrM
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
S a RI.C T L Y 0 H-C il.S-H-,
And would respecthilly lnvlu the cilijions of Tiffln and vicinity to rait. their gitxh,
gel their frixet, and know for themselvea that the Ix-mI phice la buy Onx rtes, h at
J. B. WILSON & SON'S, " .
Cor. Washington and Madison Streets
H XTJ KAOK FORwrI.T Ot'Cl Piei AH UttAT NTCPOT-
oots and ' lioes
ABE OHKAP. "
Empire HI.Kk. SHIELDS &
OfTer the r.uhllc an immonse stock at Iwor
Men's Stoga Eoota
Men's Kip Boots -
Men's Kip Boots, best in the city -
Women's, Misses', anil Children's Shoes
At great redaction from former prU-es. tlnr Stock of FIWK NlfOKJ ts the I .ore and
Most Complete in the i Uy, ul prices thai duly computLlioa. Come and see ui.
Shields & Kr idler.:
O a ;
2 1. rn
Fine CANDIES and HUTS of all Varieties.
Staple Croceries, Hams. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos bfallCnds.
Warm Meals or Lunch at all Honrs.
SI'AYfH'S r.UXK, WAIlfN'iTO." ST..
OM-MilT C'UL'KT IIOL.SK.
wholesale slnck of
prletn. aaJ a Ule I a fresh lopplj? W
KRIDLER Empire Hl'k.
l'rlo than 't bvforn known for CASH
ul our prk-r.
- to 3.0U
- - . $:.f0
. - - - 4.00
r I .
F K. SHAWHAN,
No. Sbamhan'a Wock, Tiffin, oj
Notice to Contractractors,
X'OTIfE W HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM
iN It ui:y efiu--rn, that the Hoard "t Elu-1
. Htiou ol ;ipio rowusltip. rienwra. C'uouty,
Xr'JTIfE I- HEREBY GIVEN TO W H'J"
N It u.:.y ,u.-rn, that the r.l of W-1
o..eo clltF.M.. Monday.
1-77. for the eonrtrucilon or a d
H.-elabao-ltr.ct.NN ' - l"wn
si'.'y-. . ... .MHflnttlona at,
t.ontrartor ean t pecin-ii
lheClerfe aofflln K;-r."6J- -n, ire-
aalrerf Olive Ujl.-t the
tatheaattofaete'1" ' .JtcKO-l.
or reject all Wd-v sy .CHARL.
r- ,.lklu, over u hUlCTibtr lu U n
,X All il". "...M ae money f.
iimeau d-e ait your Uun tu h buw-
-our'Kpare time. ta n-l
S.Tbe ay fmi b!- otalit. Voo
5 it awell olb.a. Eull rairtlrnlaia.
.nre.tlon-anrt r-m free. Mfatand -rity
utive uuUlL areew If yoa it j.r.ilUble
".a-Ulr.. al onc...r It eoia
""j,,' try toe Iiikm. Urn oua wlir.
tu, m ri pay- Ad.lr
I-THK lfcUi-l-KS JyL UNA L,' Portland,
F. K. SUA WHAN,
r.vsn iikalkr in Atoa
2? C?:::: '
No. 4 ishawhan's Ukxrk, Tiffin, O
- am CtMMt aHaetataaak
Onl II at-try. II j ea I
I III I I e .M ym rmm i.l
IT Li L. U I (mibarki. We
"arwua in rtfry uw la UiA "-
?.TIou f-jr tlie lrK-t, cheapm, and b it
1 . .1 r.n..i. n..k.i.w.iu.n In lhi wnrlil-
, Tlio 1
i " --VT eome a I ll".ful Htjrnt.
Aay ou a TXen ttX la
auUacuuera. The i rlx ia ho low that alinot
?. f" iiiiTw-k7 A lly