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Netleea, Eta. Birth, Marriage and Death
announcements rack, rive cents aline
will be charged for obituaries accompany.
Ing death announcement, and also for the
resolutions by aoclotleK of an obituary
character. No dovlatlon will be made
from tbla rule.
riffli, Thartday It., J me 2;.1SS.
was the longest day
Tuetidajr last was decidedly Hummer-
ailverllsemeut of British Po-
raranoli at very low prices at Vlng
Straw haU cheap at Leiner's.
W neat U solid, while corn is shoot
lug up rapidly.
Monday, July 8th.
Bcmembtr the festival at John W
Kaker'H on the evening of July 4tb.
GO and aee those
hats at Lelner'a.
new style straw
The Cou ncil will meet to-night to
consider the Water Works question
Tbe old buildings have been
down and removed from the
Bev. D. 8- Biezer will preach lu the
Presbyterian Church next Sabbath
Kicoial t floldernun close
store on the 4th, our National
Fourth or July icecream, at O. P,
The Firemen, Turners and Kingcrs
will give a picnic on the Fourth, at
I Jtulcrmilch's grove.
Warm weather bas bardly set in
yet, and the days are already growing
shorter. Iieaily time flies.
Bcr. W. n. Horlboit will preach at
the Baptist Church next Bunday
morning and evening.
and dusters cheap at
Straw tials cheap at Leinor'a.
rue Liigui uuaras are to have a
new uniform in which to fight the
battles of this city.
The Buokeyes took the rag off the
bush Thursday last, making a score of
S to the Blow Goes 21. They feel like
Oar Fostorla correspondent men
lions a new railroad project a line to
connect IVinberville and Howling
TUB water works committee was
not ready Monday night, hence no
projioaltions were presented to the
fit. John' Benevolent society had
Its annual parade, attended uervices
at the German Catholic Church, etc.,
Ber. Sr. Bigger, of Chioag,o has ac
cepted a call from the First Presby
terian Churah of this city, and will
enter upon his duties next Hunilay.
The Presbyterian Sunday School
will give a welcome service to the
newly elected Pastor next Bunday
evening. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Reaeca haa thirty-four Insane per
sons lu tbe Central Ohio Hospital for
the Insane at Columbus. There are
now six applications In for other un
fortunates. Money to Loan. Persons wanting
money, will do well to consult the ad
vertisement given elsewhere, of J.
W. Hhaw, of Findlay. The oppor
tunity Is a rare one.
Probate Judge Cramer, Monday
evening, received a dispatch from
Columbus stating that Eva Febsler,
an insane woman sent from this
county, had died In the Central Ohio
Insane Hospital that morning.
BlOB taking quinine, pills, bitters,
etc., for ague, debility, liver trouble,
biliousness, etc. Tbe cause is malaria,
and can be removed by a few doses of
Eucalyptus Cordial. Hold by Hub
bard. GnstaTUi F. Ball, formerly of the
Parepa Bosa, Kellogg, and Btrakoscb
opera troupes, is stopping at tbe
Greon Spring Water Cure for bis
health. He is a fine singer, and open
0. P. Freei, who bas a reputation as
a first-daM artist, recently photo
graphed the graduating class of Hei
delberg College. The twelve photo
graphs of two ladies and ten gentle
wen are arranged with good taste,
and placed In a beautiful frame
for the College iibrar. . The
group is a handsome standing ad
vertisement for tbe artist, whose work
U superior, and gives the best satisfaction.
Milan Teller an A. K.
lUiolilry wero roarriel at th re.i
iienc;n of liie bride's parenti onThurs
pvenlng lawl. The happy pair left on
vredding tour Friday morning, an-I
will viiit tlif! i;ri!rr-! 'p.thfr, . . Zel-I.-t,
in Iini!'irj, Ont.
O. J. rirnoir, r.J rv-ton .V
'!, wax in this oily Tue-elHy, fct
temJii) Ui Suniiay K'.hoo! f'onvf-a-
St. Mar ' Catholic :iiir-h t;s
purchase! a oemctwy, InraUd u t'ie
"Slaymastor farm -t of TITm. Ten
acre I.avn ifivi wr-iired at a cut of
, J VV.
mrth f flehra'.ioiio will lo
held in Attica, f;rf-n Hpririg, New
I'.aitirrx rc, ('ly'e, Tr.u!j!ir an. I T!a-
ryrn, and we doirt know how many
more planes in this HfCtion.
baiumaj la..t four men wrro
brought to this city from Kenton and
placed in jail for nafo-keeping. They
were of the tramp Kenus and had
been went up for different olfn jc-..
llnjrilnj'g dry goods store will 1.3
closed July 4, h.
Btraw bats cheap at Joiner's.
neadnaarters for fire crackers, pis
tols and paper caps, at O. V. H.-iyder's.
Tie rcarth. As the Fourth
comes on .Thursday of next week,
the Tkibcne will he Issued ou
Wednesday. Advertisers will please
take notice and hand In their favors
Bcr. W. n. Horlbatt and family will
give a concert of sacred song at the
Baptist Church, on Wednesday even
ing, July 3.J. Mr. Harlhutt am
daughter are line singers, and wo may
exiect a pleasing entertainment.
hanaar last was a fair sample of
seasonable weather for November, but
cold, damp and unpleasant for June.
Monday was pleasant enough to com
pensate for the dreary Bunday pre.
J061, ou me Mtn Just., a nicmoran
dum Uiok belonging to I). I). Ogden
The Under will please leave the same
at this oflice or return it to the owner
at Bepublic, and receive a reward.
Juw la the time to buy ready-made
clothing cheap for cash at Bchelb's.
He bas a large stock which he is sell
ing at very low prices. Call and get
a suit for less than you ever purchased
uarmonia Kina is going to have a
Drum Major ono of those fellows
with a bugo bat and a baton which
be Hoarisht-8 as though be was pump
ing wind Into the members of the
band. The notion is a good one.
Friday last a Mrs. Hollmaa, living
a little south of Mclmore, took a dose
of poison. Drs. Ladd and West help
ed ber out of the difficulty, for which
she is very thankful. Bome famiiv
troubio was the cause of the rash act.
While playing ball Thursday after
noon last, Will. Kershaw attempted
to take In a bot ball. Tbe result was
that one of bis fingers was broken
and the bone forced out through tbe
llesb. It was an exceedlnelv painful
resllral. On Thursday evening,
July 4th, at the residence of John W.
Baker, north of tllis city, an icecream
and lemonade festival will be given
for the benefit of tho First Methodist
Church. Good music will bo furnish
ed. All are invitod.
D. E. Brers, who bas charge of Bax
ter & Bell's Western Depot, in Tiffin,
shipped from this city, since March
1st, 402,475 pounds of paint. If that
don't show up a good trade in tbat
lino then we don't know what would,
Konday morning, tbe 11. & O. train
west bad three cars of soldiers a urn-
benug about one hundred men on
their way to Dakota Territory to ftc.bt
tbe Indians. They belonged to the
Lh and 11th Infantry, and have iieen
stationed at New York.
A. full report of the proceedings of tbe
County Bunday School Convention
wLich was beltl in tho Presbyterian
Church of this city on Monday and
Tuesday last is given elsewhere. A
good attendance was presout on both
Friday was the longest day of tbe
year, and if we could afford to sully
our puro cnaracter by lying, we
should say that it was tbe coldest.
However, it was rainy, and so chilly
tbat fires were groat promoters of
comfort, and sonio iwrsous wore over
coats. Tuesday, tho borse belonging to
Commissionnr McClellau became
frightened while be was driving him,
and ran a short distance. No dam-
age occurred except tbat tbe animal
cut himself ou the legs and broko the
buggy, to which he was attached,
The stairway loading to the Council
chamber, which used to be in the
Mayor's oftlco in the calaboose, has
been taken out and put up in tho rear
end of the Market House. This will
givo more room in the Council
Chamber and a better opportunity for
spectators during trials leforo the
We have a collector out Boss B.
Locke and be is prepared to receipt
for subscriptions or other dues.
Our friends are politely requested to
pay up, especially those who aro two,
three aud four years bebiud. We
have been patient with such, but now
want our money.
K. Holmes, who lives on tbe Halsey
farm, informs us that very recently
theeiavocf Mr. Helsey, who was
buried orer 40 years aeo. was dis
turbed and the remains taken there
from. It was noticed that tho erouml
bad been thrown back from tbe grave,
and on Monday, Mr. Holmes, with
several neighbors, opened tbe grave,
and the colli u and contents bad been
taken out, and pieces of rails, stones,
etc., put in the place. No one can
Imagine why it was done.
monograph. Prof. Aif. Burnett
will visit this city soon and exhibit
that wonderful machine, the Edison
Phonograph, in National Hall. It
will be ou exhibition for three
days and evenings, whicb will
give an opportunity for all to see It.
Tbe machine is the most wonderful
invention of the age and one that bas
created a great stir among scientific
men. Due announcement of the
time will be given.
Tiffin lonncll, No. CZ, Boyal Ar
canum, elected tbe following officers
to serve the ensuing three months :
Kegent K. shawhau.
Hccretary-J. M. t'hamborlln.
Treasurer -J. u. Kuuyau.
Chaplain Wm. Baker.
Uuido A. Urecnlear.
Warden U. Ualtzell.
Sentry E. Jilcolal.
A little fire took place in the
"Workingman's" saloon, on Market
street, betreen threo and four o'clock
Monday morning. Policeman Hen
neesy discovered the fire, and giving
tbe alarm, broke open tbe door of tbe
saloon, and tbe fire was soon extln
gulsbed with buckets of water. Tbe
damage amounted to about $100. The
counter was considerably burued,
while the bar, with tbe liquors and
cigars was burned up. It is euppoeed
tbat the fire caught from tbe stub of a
lighted cigar, tbrown in a spittoon,
filled with sawdust.
ronnrll. Th council met in regunlar
swion on last Monday evening
with the following members present
Brlckner, Crawford, Ernest, Ming,
f;rammM, levers, Moeney, Myer,
Fanning and Kcanr.all.
The minute nf the Ivt meeting
vere read and approved.
The City Cotrimi-ioner reported
tin! lots along which sidewalks had
been built for the Iat year, and also
tbe co"t of their ronhtruet'on, where-
iiSon the Clerk wis directed to certify
thr-'e mms to the Auditor in order to
have titem placed on tbe duplicate
a::'l collected with the other taxw.
j T:ie r-t;tion of Jacob Zeller and
J others praying for the opening of an
alley on the eat side of lot No. f, In
Kchovihart'a addition, between said
lot and lot No. In block J, now
owned by John Heilmao, was on
motion of Mr. Grammes, received
Mr. Hrickuer, haviug suggented tbe
propriety of establishing an uniform
grade for the alley between lots Nos,
lis and V.'i from Monroe to Wash
ington and the alley between lots
127 and V.l, from Washing
ton to Monroe streets, he moved that
the Cily Commissioner be directed to
examine the alleys and report at tbe
next meeting what be deems neces
ary. A resolution, reported by Mr. Lan
don, that the City Clerk be Instructed
to give notice of sale of two small
triangular pieces of land lying out
side of the line of extension of Perry
street, lu some newspaper of general
circulation in tbe city, for at least
twenty days, and of the time, place
and terms of such sale, was adopted
by a unanimous vote.
Mr. Sting moved that a gas pen
dant 13 hung to light the new stair
way leading to tho Council Chamber.
Mr. Moessney having urged tbe
necessity of opening an alley from
the old corporate limits to Davis
street, between Myers" and Bonder's
property, Mr. Bean n el moved tbat
the .Solicitor be instructed to examine
the records relative to the former es
tablishment of thia alley and report
at the next meeting.
The Solicitor having requested Mr.
Brick ner, Chairman of tbe Finance
Committee, to explain bow 17,000 an
nually could be raised for Water
Works without transcending tbe Urn
Its of the levies assigned by law, be
(Brlckner) demonstrated tbe man
ner in which tbe amount could be
raised without ignoring the municl
pal restrictions or compromising the
interests of tbe city.
On motion of Mr. Brlckner an ad
jourued meeting will be held Tburs-
day evening, June 27.
The commencement exercises of tbe
Tiffin High School took place at Na
tional Hall on Friday evening last, be
fore a large audience, fully one thou
sand persons being present. Tbe gal
lories were filled, and all
standing room was occupied.
i be essays and orations were very
good, and the music excellent. Each
of tbe six young ladies were present
ed with a profusion o t bouquets, and
received well merited applause. The
exercises wero unusually interesting
and reflected great credit upon those
who participated, including the teach
era and Superintendent, as well-as
those who furnished the musio for the
occasion. It was an Interesting en.
tertainment and enjoyed by all, ex
copt perhaps by those who were
obliged to stand. Tbo diplomas were
presonted to the graduating class
Misses Laura Freyman, Minnie
Lu Jones, Mattie Gibson, Mary Hart-
man, Emma Markelbach and Laura
Strieker by Dr. E. B. Hubbard,
President of tbe Board of Education
in the following words :
Ladies and Qcntlcmcn. Youna
Lioai) uraauatci : It becomes my
very pleasing duty to present yon
witii tuese diplomas, certifying that
you have successfully completed tbe
lour years or stuuy prescribe l by our
High School course, and in so doing
to express in the name of tbe Board
of Education, your eillcietit corps of
teachers and myself, our satisaction
at tbe thorough, faithful and conscien
tious use you have made of tbe means
of education and discipline which
have been placed at your command,
1 also desire briefly to call your at
tention to the broader meaning un
derlying the exercises of this evening
At their close you will go out by
yourselves, alone, without tbe aid Of
any Human teacher or the close sym
patuy or those who have shared your
common studies, into tbe life for
wbicb these many years of study,
from tbo day you first learned tbe
aipnabet, have been but tbe prepara
This is Commencement, I beg yon
earnestly to remember not, its close,
wnatever the coming years may
have in store for you must be deter
mined In a great measure by these
school years from wbicb you so glad
ly emerge; beyond this nothing but
our kindest wishes can go with you
mat you may pass tbrougn them with
honor to yourselves, your homes and
your native city, as you bave done
this evening, is my most earnest nope.
and in the morn of your last Com
mencement may you bear the voice
of tbo Great Master saying, "Well
done good and faitbful servants."
L. Hecwald and. Mr. Badgers went
to Ft. Wayno, Tuesday, to attend a
Thers will be a Union Bunday
School pic nic to Green Spring, Tues
day, July 2J. AH of the Bunday
Schools in the city are invited to par
ticipate. Fostoria will probably at
tend with two schools and a brass
The graduating exorcises of the class
of 1S7S of Heidelberg College, consist
ing of two ladies and ten gentlemen,
took place under canvas in the college
campus on Thursday last. Tbe usual
interest of these annual occasions was
manifest, and tbe exercises were at
tended by a large number of people,
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We frequently receive a postal order
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accident. luesuay morning a se
rious accident occurred at tbe railroad
crossing on the north Greenfield road.
The son of Jacob Rlckenbaugh was
driving bis father's team, bringing
his mother and Mrs. Col. Btrong, of
Kenton, to the city. As tbey reach'
ed the railroad track a band car came
along and nearly ran into the horses.
Tbe animals jumped back and turned
around upsetting the wagon, and threw
the occupants violently to tbe ground.
Mrs. Rlckenbaugh was badly bruised
and received very serious internal in
juries. Mrs. Strong's nose was bro
ken and ber face was cut and bruised.
Young Rickenbaugh escaped with
only a sprained ankle.
A Wonderful Discovery. For the
speedy cure of Consumption and all
diseases tbat lead to it, such as stub
born Coughs, neglected Colds. Bron
chitis, Asthma, pain in the side and
chest, dry backine cough, tick
ling in the throat. Hoarseness. Bora
Throat and all chronic or lingering
diseases of the throat and lunira. i)r
Ain7'aAew Discovery bas no equal
and bas established for itself a world
wide reputation. Many laaUlng
physicians recommend and use it in
their practice. The formula from
which it is prepared is highly recom
mended by all medical journals. Tbe
clergy and the press have compliment-,
ed it in the most glowing terms Go
your druggist and get a trial bottle
free ocoit or a regular size for $1 (W
For sale by E. B. Hubbard, Tiftin' 1
REPORTED BY W. O. DILDINE.
Jens R. Rtraughan, et al vs. Toledo
& Columbus railroad, et al Action to
recover on subscription. Judgment
Elizabeth Baker vs. John Heinsel
man Action to enforce collection of
judgment. Judgment against defend
Jacob Von Blon vs. Wm. Wentz, et
al Aetlon to foreclose mortgage. De
cree for parties and sale ordered.
Henry BorofT. et al vs. John Bor-
off Action to set aIde will. Jury
failed to agree.
Mary E. Boyd vs. Stella B. Ever
ett, et al Action in partition. Writ
of partition ordered returnable forth
John Klapp vs. Joseph Kies, guar
dlan Action on account. Verdict for
Isaac H. Durborn, administrator vs.
James N. Montrose, et al Action to
foreclose mortgage. Decree and sale
E. K. Ayers vs. Solomon Kaup
Action on promissory note. Judg
ment against defendant for f 1S0.C3.
Mary Klaiss vs. Aaron Banes, et
al Action to foreclose mortgage.
Decree and sale ordered.
Ellen Bucbele va. Francis H. Buch-
ale Aotlon for divorce. Decree
granted, custody of child given to
petitioner and alimony allowed.
William H. McClelland vs. Martin
LIndley Action lor slander. Ver
dict for defendant Plaintiff mads
motion for new trial.
Andrew Emerine vs. Henry Kern
and Frank Carney Action on promis
sory note. Judgment against de
fendants for Jl".67.
Andrew Emerine vs. Frederick W.
Fraver, et aL Action on promissory
note. Judgment against defendant
Jacob Engle va. Frank X. Beiber
Action to foreclose mortgage. Decree
for parties and sale ordered.
Charles Belle vs. Florence McCar
thyAction to foreclose mortgage.
Decree for parties and sale ordered.
J. T. Lynch vs. Bilas Baker Action
on cognovit note. Judgment against
defendant for ST5.43.
Michael BInebolt vs. Emy An
drewa, et. aL Action to foreclose
mortgage. Decree for parties and sale
Cbarlea Seele vs. Daniel SeebolU,
et. al. Action to foreclose mortgage.
Decree for parties and sale ordered.
SENECA COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL
At the State Sunday School Con
vention, held in Nowalk, June 4lb,
arrangements were consummated for
the re-organization of Beneca county,
and In accordance with tbe oall issued
by tbe District Secretary, Rev. A: H.
Studebaker, of Bucyrus, a meeting
was beld in this city, at the Presby.
terian Church, on Monday and
Tuesday of this week, which
was attended by workers from
all parts of tbe county. Mon
day evening, the discussion of tbe
question, "Benefits of County Bun
day School Organization and Conven
tion," was opened by Rev. Harbaugh,
of Fostorla, followed by Revs. Ke-
fauver, Rupe, Messrs. C. H. Miller,
F. R. Stewart and others. Tbe de
sirableness and necessity of organiza
tion were prominently presented,
and a vote was taken at tbe close of
tbe meeting on the question,
"Shall Beneca county, be organized
immediately?" whicb resulted af
firmatively. Rsv. Studebaker. who
presided at this meeting, appointed i
committee on organization aud nom
inations, wbo reported on Tuesday
morning, when tbe following officers
were chosen for tbe coming year
President J. H. Colo.
Secretary C. 1. Kirsue.
Treasurer Ezra Nioulai.
J. N. Dwire
..N. Lu Brewer
-To be appointed
..Wm. A. Blabl
,Dr. A. 8. Wltllanii
Dr. O. B. Whitaker
, ,. T" be appointed
Tuesday forenoon tbe discussion
tbe question, "With whom and with
what baa the Sunday School to do ?"
was followed by a "Question Draw
er," when questions of praotlcal im
portance were answered by promi
nent workers, in abort, spicy speech-
In tbe afternoon the general
theme, "Workers Qualified," was
divided Into two parts, and Rev. C.
M. Rupe spoke on "Workers Quali
fied by a Knowledge of God's
Work," and C.H. Miller on "Work
era Qualified by a Knowledge of
Methods." The Committee on En
rollment reported an attendance of
over a hundred delegates.
Tbe following resolutions were re
I. Tbat we congratulate tbe Sun
day School workers of the county up
on tbe re-organization of tbe Beneca
County Bunday School Union.
II. That we hold a County organi
zation to ie or great importance.
with reference to increase efficiency
in Bunday School work throughout
the county, and therefore pledge oar
selves, as christian workers in this
department of tbe Master's service,
to use our personal and united en
deavors to maintain and advance the
interests of this organization.
III. Tbat a thorough organization
of the county by townships, is
essential to success in tbe work, and
we call upon all interested (and wbo
are not ?) to give us their aid and in
fluence la tbe early consummation of
this great object.
Tuesday eveulug, Rev. A. H. Stu
debaker, of Bucyrus, spoke on
"Workers Consecrated." This ad
dress was replete with practical sug
gestions, and tbe subject bandied in a
very able manner, showing first the
essentials of success in any calling was
knowledge of It ; second, a
love for it ; also tbat a teacher needed
third "aptness to teach." These
qualifications applied to Sunday
School workers show tbat no half
hearted, indifferent or oareleas Instruc
tors can expect to succeed. Tbe de
mand for consecrated workers, come
also from the eternal results of the
work, and tbe limited time In wbicb
to do it. Tbe fact tbat a consecrated
work Is to be done, calls for conse
crated teachers, and the right, if one
unconsecrated worker be employed,
tbat two, ten, all, can be such. This is
no work for trifiers, tbe issue is too
momentous. After a service of song
tbe Convention adjourned to meet at
Attica, November Gth aud Ctb.
Meanwhile tbe work Is to be pushed
all ever tho County.
C. D. SPRAGUE.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for in the Postofflce, Tiffin, Beneca
county, O., June 27th :
Bond, J. ic Poller. Flora
Bo went. U.-oreo Price. Sarah
Bycrs, H. U. Kara, Joun H. (te n.)
Dean, J. K. Ktcherson, Wiilmu
KriuM, Mbsa Zeuohla Rhode. John W
Uroves.MM Caroline Smith, Mat.
Howard, Merllo Thompson, John
Holland, ii. rt. Tnrner. M isi Kittle
McAdoo, Dr. J. . Woll, W. K.
Persons calling for these letters
please say advertised. All letters not
caJled for within four weeks after be
ing advertised will be sent to tbe dead-
L. WEIRICK, P. M.
Special firand Jury. June 22J, tbe
following Special Grand Jury was
selected to be present at tbe opening
tbe adjourned session of tbe Court,
July 8th ;
T. B. Tomb,
J. . SoUu.
H. Kel boltz.
acob V on Hi on
fcUward J Que,
Fonrth o" July IirnrIon. -The
Pennsylvania Company, operating
the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne Chicago
Railway, Cleveland & Pittsburgh
railroad, Erie A Pittbureh railroad,
Ashtabula, Youneto-n & Pittsburgh
raiiroad, Toledo, Tiffin A Mansfield
railroad, will sell excursion tickets on
July 3d and 4:h, good to return tiil
and including July r,ib, U-twten all
stations on above division", at reduced
These tickets will jjood on all
passenger trains, to and from such
stations a? they stop at regularly, ac
cording to schedule.
Should there be a sufllcieut number
from any one fetation, to Justify the
Company running special trains, ar
rangements can be made by applying
to Diviiion Sut.crintenilen';, giving
F. R. MYERS,
Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agent.
The Tiffin shooting club visited
Kenton, O., Tuesday of this week, to
participate in tiie s'jooting tourna
ment, beld there. They were unusu
ally successful, securing a total of
twelve prizes, distributed among the
shooters as follows :
Loo mis G, Vedder Bloom 2 and
ihe contest between teams, con
sis ting of four shooters from different
clubs in the State, was highly excit
ing, the citizens of Kenton offering
purse of $o0 for tbe best team.
Tbe Tiffin team killed SG out of 40
wild pigeons, and tbe Kenton team
tbe same. Other teams fell hopeless
ly in tbe rear. Tbe birds running
scarce, tbe Tiffin and Kenton teams
divided the prize.
The score of tbe Tiftin team was
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1
.1 lui ii uii l
Tbe Kenton team
talks of coming
shoot with our
here on July 4th to
The owners of tbe M., C. 4 L. M
railroad have recently completed nar
rowing tbe guage of that line to the
standard width. This was accom
plished on tbe Fort Wayne line some
months ago, tbe difference being half
an inch. New ties are beine put in
all along the line, grading and bal
lasting is Deing done, new fences are
being built where needed, and general
ly the road is being put In first-class
order. Manxficld Herald.
Babies cry because tbey sudor ; and
the most reliable remedy for the re
lief of their discomfort is Dr. Bull's
BabyByrup. Only 25 cents per bot
Linen suits for less than tbey
to closo at R. W. Bhawban's.
But few people know what every
body sbould know that Carter's (Join
pound Extract of Bmarlweed cures
Ladies, remember low prices to
reduce stock, is tbe order of tbe day
at Hoag'a. Everything reduced In
A new lot of meerschaum and brier
pipes, and a fine stock of cigars can
now be found at the tobacco store of
Another lino of summer silks just
arrived. Come and see them at R,
Fresh arrival or Key West cigars
at Schinness'. ALso tbe best 5-cent
cigars ia tbe city, the American and
Trabuscos. Try tbem.
There is no medicine tbat will re
lieve as many pains as Carter's Com
pound Extract of Smartweed, a sure
relief for diphtheria, coughs, cold,
cholera, colic, diarrbcaa, rheum atism.
asthma, phthisic, croup, fever and
ague, and baa no equal as a liniment
for man and beast. For sale by J. F
Marquardt and I. L. St. John, Tiffin,
unto, ana druggists generally.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE AFFLICTED.
The well known Da. a. B. Haetxax, Oca-
list, Aurlst and Orthopedic Surgeon, with
assistants, wUl again visit onr city, giving
another opportunity to the am Icled for re
lief without going to an Institute.
These Hurgeons will be at the Btaawhi
IIonHe.TlUia.O., an ttae 4th, Gth aad
6th f July. They will be P' - ' ed with
a full supply ot their New and Improved
Surgical Appliances and Apparatus, to sue
ccasfully treat at their homes, without pain
all surgical cases, such as Clubbed or De
formed Feet, Paralysis, Contracted Cords,
Weak Joints and Deformed Limbs, Hip
Joint Diseases with Running Bores and
Shortened Limbs, SUIT Joints aud Bow
Legs, Disease and Curvaturo of the Spine.
Also, Wry Nock. Hair Lip, Deformed
Hands, Arms, SUIT Knees, Old Ulcers, dis
ease of the Knee Joint, Deformities of the
Face, ail Diseases of the Eyes, Defective
and Impaired Sight, with French Test Len
ses, or glasses by which they can make Mil
lions of Combinations, thus enabling them
to Adjust Spectacles to any and Every Eye
that may require artificial aid. Deafness,
Private Diseases, and all Chrouic Diseases,
such as Consumption, Asthma, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Disease of the Heart,
Lungs, Liver, Stomach, Spleen, Bowels,
Skin and Urinary Organs, and all diseases
peculiar to females. All cases of Catarrh
most positively cured by a new and infalli
ble principle. Impediments of Speech, ai
Stammering and Stuttering, Permanently
removed and speech perfectly restored.
Piles and Fistula radically and permanent
ly cured wi Ihout tbe knife. Hernia or Rup
ture perfectly restored without an operation
requiring no truss after treatment. Old
Fever Sores, Ulcers and Varicose Veins in
variably herded and cured ; Cancers and
Tumors permanently removed without the
knife, caustic, or the loss of a single drop ol
blood. All afflicted Miilerors within reach
should by all means avail themselves of
this their only opportunity of consulting
these eminent Surgeons without a visit to
the Mouie Office.
PERRYSVILLE, O., July 10, 1877.
Dk. HARTSam Htr . I send the ai.oll-
anca for repairs. Repair it where it needs
iu as von Know more auom it man 1 no.
The little girl la getting along well, as well
as 1 would expect. Cau walk without it.
but think she had better wear It for some
time. Never spent monev Uiat 1 cot more
good out of than that I gave you.
A. N. QUICK.
PERRYSVILLE, ASHLAND, CO., O.
May 4th, 1878.
Da. Mil TKair ihr . For more
than a year 1 was a suUerer from hip dis
eases ; 1 whs treated by oar bome phyMlciau
ami ny some oi uie best pbyniciana la tills
part ot the Stat, but constantly grew
worse. 1 became unable to walk and was
couttned to my room. In this condition :i
applied to you. lou farnlsiied me with
one of your appliauces and other treatment
and 1 returned bome. I nave now used
your appliance or brace for more than two
years, aud am able to walk any reasonable
dlstanro; go up and down stairs with ease
and safety ; attend to all home duties with
out lime inconvenience, ana nope soon to
be entirely well.
xou,myaear sir, nave saved me rrora
passing through life a cripple, perhaps have
saved my life. Feeling and appreciating
the great benefit you have conlerred upou
me. I niONl cordially and earnestly recom
mend you to others, who, situated as I have
ueen, may need your services, lor l am con
vinced of their value.
Youis very truly,
AN UNDENIABLE TRUTH.
You deserve to sutler, and If you lead a
miserable, unsatisfactory lite in this beau-
tilul world, it Is entirely your own fault
and there Is only one excuse lor you, your
unreasonable prejudice and iskeptluism,
which has killed thousands. Personal
knowledge and common sense reasoning
will soon show you that Ukkkx's ALOi:r
Klowkk. will cure you of Liver Complaint.
Dyspepsia, with all its miserable edecLs,
such fas sick headache, palpitation of tbe
heart, sour stomach, habitual cutitiveness.
dlzziuem of the head, nervous prostration,
low spirits, etc. Its sa le now reaches every
town on the Western Continent and not a
Druggist bat will tell you of its wonderful
curM. You can bay a ttample Bottlu for lu
ceut-s. Three doses will relieve vou.
The Centaur Liniments
allay pain, subdue swellings, teal burns,
and will cure Rheumatism, Spavin, aad
any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The
White Wrapper is for family use, the Yel
low Wrapper for animals. A list of the In
gredients are contained around each bottle.
They are cheap, spoedy, aud certain.
The certain, speedy, and
harmless remedy for children, is Pitcher'
Castoria. Il Is as pleasant to take as honey
and ascertain In Its effects as Castor Oil
For Wind Colic, Worms, Sour Stomach and
Disordered Bowels, there is nothing like
Local Correspondence BLOOMVILLE NEWS.
Our busine- men are having a good
trail". BloomviKe is the place to buy
Marcena Brlner anu Henry Revert
were arrested for piling ties on the
railroad. Tbe boys bad their bearing
before 'Squire Andrews on Wednes
day last, and were acquitted. Tbi9
is tbe second time that tbey bave
been arretted for the same offense.
Albert Goetz bas painted the blinda
on bia bouse, whicb adds very much
o it" appearance.
One of John Smith's children died
with ecsriet fever on Monday. The
funeral took place on Wednesday.
One or two more of bis family are
sick with tbe same disease.
Prof. Baldwin bas returned to his
bome In Green Spring.
Miss Hattie Patterson is in MeCon
nellsville, Ohio, visiting friends.
Noah Spitler ia not expected to re
cover. He bas been sick over ihree
weeks with typhoid fever.
Harrison McClelland sued Martin
Lindley for slander some time ago.
Tbe case was tried in Tiffin on last
Wednesday and Thursday. Tbe
court decided in Mr. Lindiey's favor.
Tbe Bloom Township S. 8. Associa
tion met at the Base Line on Sunday
last. The attendance was large. Tbe
next meeting will be beld at Rocka
way in four weeks from last Sunday
All wbo possibly can, should attend,
The meetings are interesting and
beneficial to ail.
A great many people In this vicinity
bave the ague.
Our village school closed on last
Moses Miller bas gone to Toledo, to
clerk in his father's provision store,
Bliss & Dellinger took In a large lot
of wool at their place on Monday,
H. Ogden and Henry Koller, of
Green Spring, were In town this
Mrs. John Swlgart is very sick.
The rains or Saturday were very
Tbo copious rains of last week bave
been of great benefit to tbe corn,
which until tbat time was not doing
much. Since, however, tbe warmer
days of this week bave given a new
Impetus to the crop, "What will tbe
harvest be ?" can now be answered
by stating that the yield will be un
The average of our Teutonic yeo
men bas bis "little brown jug" al
ready filled, and will on Monday next
commence to "Gather the harvest
Our village is steadily improving In
appearance, and already puts ou the
airs of au incorporated town. Mr,
Landis bas torn down the old log
house on bis lot, aud Is now living In
tbe one be put up this summer in tbe
rear of tbe old one. N. Delong, who
assisted in tearing the structure
lown, was severely hurt by having a
log fall on bis foot. Mrs. Boyer, hav
ing finally removed to her new frame
bouse, bad tbe old bouse torn down
and tbe rubbish removed. It was
probably built 50 years ago.
Another old pioneer bas gone, in
tbo person of A. Straw hacker, who
died at his late residence four miles
west of tbe village, on tbe 20th inst.
at 2 o'clock, P. M., aged SG years and
months, leaving three daughters
and one son, besides a number of
grandchildren. His remains were in
terred In the Loudon Cemetery, at 3
o'clock, of tbe 21st Inst. Rev. Cook,
of tbo M. E. Church, delivered the
funeral sermon, from Job 1410. Mr.
was born in Rhenish Prussia,
emigrated to this country 50 years
ago, and helped to make it what it Is.
He was a warm-hearted man, an in
dulgent father, aud expired in tbe
hope of meeting the wife of bis youth,
wbo passed over thirty-two years ago.
The remains of Mrs. Wagner,
mother of D. Wagner, and one
of the early settlers of Seneca
county were interred in tbe village
graveyard on Wednesday last She
died in Wood county and was brought
here for burial. Rev. Powell deliver
ed tbe funeral sermon. With bnt
one exception she was the oldest per
son ever burled here, being at tbe
time of ber death about ninety-five
Mr. Crayley, a farm band of A.
Wolf, had bis arm broken by being
tbrown out of a wagon on Wednes
day last. Dr. Hovey set tbe broken
P. N. Cotter, while setting up bis
mower, accidently cut bis right band
severely, on Monday last, with the
sickle-bar. No permanent disability
will result from tbe cut.
Mrs. Wm. Kime ia again sick with
tbe lung fever.
Isaao Her is also confined to bis bed
with tbe same disease.
Mr. Matthews is having bis new
V. D. Greene closed the summer
term of tbe Beech Grove School on
Friday last, having met with good
success. We understand Mr. Greene
has secured tbe Dillon School for next
winter. We believe tbe directors
bave made a good selection.
C. W. Ropp closed the Yellow Hall
School on last Friday. He will teach
the same school the ensuing winter.
V. F. Lott closes tbe village school
on Friday next, when he Intends
leaving for Michigan.
W. E. Dewold, r. Junior of Heidel
berg College, will spend tbe vacation
at bis bome in this village, com
piling a history of our town.
O. Feigbner, of Tiffin, bas taken
unto himself a wife. The blooming
bride is the handsome and accom
plished Miss Ella Sbalter, daughter of
L. Shalter, tbe "solid" man. Rev.
Mr. Kefauver made them one on
Thursday, the 14th Inst, at 8 o'clock
A. M ., after whicb the happy couple
took tbe train for Shelby, O. May
tbey sail smoothly down life's
Boys, wake up ! If you allow the
city fellows to thus freeze on to your
own girls, where will you look for
your future wife ?
Mrs. Ruse, of Hopewell, bad L.
Shalter and son arrested for stealing a
stick of timber lately. Tbe Grand
Jury returned a verdict la favor of
defendant, and the entire cost $00.00
fell upon Mrs. Ruse to pay. Shat
ter says be is "solid."
Bad whiskey Is still sold at the
Pacific" and is one of tbe mala caus
es of the bard name of our village.
Don't the law say something about
selling liquor on Sunday ? Speed tbe
day wheu every vile dram shop will
be forever banished from our village,
and drunkenness and revelry things
Tbe boys are to have a
horse-back procession on tbe
The Township Trustees are
tbe Town Hall re-roofed.
Henry An way has purchased tbe
corner lot, south of Mrs. Lapbam'a
millinery store, and la making prep
arations to erect a brick business
Quite a number of Sabbath Schools
bave promised to attend tbe celebra
tion on tbe Fourth.
Henry Mansfield Is selling tbe
remnants left by tbe fire at tbe old
Mr. Hartman bas purchased a new
Harry Taylor has purchased a borse
and wagon, and Intends running a
huckster wagon between this place
SATIS. HEDGETOWN NEWS.
Tbe late raiua bave greatly revived
the growing crops, which now look
more hopeful. Corn Is pbort for this
time of year, though sotue fields in
this vicinity will compare favorably
with any in tne county. Clover is
short, but timothy premises well-
Wheat is excellent and a large crop is
Fartners are as busy now preparing
for harvest as hungry office-seekers
for a convention day.
We are greatly pleased to see our
old friend Hubbard Clark improving.
Tbe fourth quarterly meeting cf
Green Creek Circuit. U. B. Church,
will h hol.l hern on ib.a -lth ami -Wrh
justs. The eoc-iety has arranged to bold
tbe Sabbath services ia a beautiful
grove near by if the weather will per
mit. Rev. J- French, of Weston, O.,
Grafton Hheteuhelu has painted
his barn whicb gives it a fine appear
FLAT ROCK NEWS.
The Evangelical Sunday School is
in a flourishing condition. Although
it bas diminished some in numbers,
it still keeps us a good interest.
Tbe following schools of Thompson
township closed last Friday for a few
weeks' vacation :
District No. 1, Mary Bowers and
Ella Stewart, teachers ; No. 2, D.
Zelbcr, teacher ; No. 3, Fannie Bow
ers, teacher; No. fi, ('has. H. Schock,
Miss Lydia Hosier bas returned
from tbe west, where she has been
Miss Lillie Sittings, of Monroe,
Mich., is spending several weeks with
friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. Wm. Schock, of Fall City,
Neb., Is visiting relatives and friends
in this community.
Many of our farmers are procuring
GREEN SPRING NEWS.
rarmershave commenced cutting
their wheat, whicb iu this vicinity is
good. Wages for harvest bands
range from f 1.75 to 12.00 per day.
Large quantities of wool is lieing
marketed at this place.
Miss Ada Bartlett, of Ceres co,
Micb., died at tbe residence of O. L.
Bartlett, of this place. The deceased
came to the Springs a short time
since for tbe improvement of ber
health, which was rapidly failing,
and departed this life Saturday tbe
22d inst., aged 24 years. She was a
member of tbe Baptist Church, and
to ber last moments remained faith-
fuL The remains of the deceased
were sent to Cereuco Monday.
C. A. Huntley is visiting friends at
Mrs. W. J. Johnson, of Republic, is
spending a few days visiting friends
Our street commissioner Is making
Improvements upou our streets, wbicb
bave long been needed.
Tbe boys of our village have or
ganized their band and sent for in
struments, whicb will be here this
Green Spring intends to bave a
reusing time the 4th of July. Tbe
programme of the day will consist of
firemen's parade, foot races, etc.
The bose oompauy will also parade,
and Intend to run 40 rods on time,
the day's sport to conclude with a
grand display of fireworks in tbe
Como and enjoy your-
We are having pleasant weatber at
present. Wheat is now ripening fast,
and we think there will be some cut
Tbe new awnings added to our busi
ness rooms, make quite a diuerent
appearance to our streets.
BoopASilcox are buying an im
mense quautity of wool. They pay
tbe highest market price.
Come to Attica on July 4tb, and at
tend the celebration of the 102d anni
versary of tbe Declaration of Inde
pendence, to be beld on tbe fair
grounds. There will be a band tour
nament, at which liberal prizes will
be given to the best band ; also a glass
ball shooting match, wheelbarrow
and sack races, ami a grand pro
cession ef fantastic. There will also
be some very fine fire worns ia tbe
It has been rumored around tbat a
fee of 25 cents would be charged to
enter the fair grounds on the 4th of
July. Such is not the case, as it is
free to all. So don't stay away on
tbat account, but come and enjoy the
Tbe new bouse ot S. A. Ringle Is
making rapid progress.
Tbe new bouse of A. Ebersole Is
Our town was very lively last
Nothing very striking has occurred.
Nature's plants bave been revived
by the much needed rain wbicb has
recently visited us. Fruit of all kinds
Is growing, and promises an abundant
crop. Considerable bay bas been
made in our vicinity, and some farm
ers are preparing to cut wneai in a
Our blacksmiths are busy repairing
tbe modern sickle, or what is better
known as the reaper.
J. Hoffman is remodeling his house,
and when finished, it will be oue of
tbe finest In town.
Tbe work on tbe new Masonic
building will soon begin.
Myers ABrundage are closing out
Dr. Patterson bas been quite busy
treating various case, and is meeting
Tbe Public Schools will close June
2Sth for two weeks' vacation.
Croonet is a nastime for many of
tbe young bloods, while others are
slaughtering tbe innocent birds from
tbe cherry trees.
Tbe farmers now complain that the
wheat is rusting.
Tbe Nationals are on the war path
In this eity.
A detective from Toledo passed
through bere, last Thursday, having
in charge a borse thief, which be cap
tured at Clyde.
A new piano has been put in tbe
Colonnade" saloou, kept by Mouroe
Eisenhart. Peter F'rett does the
The new residence of Dr. R. W.
Hale is nearing completion. It Is a
J. V. Jones, Esq., bas been con
fined to tbe bouse for several days
past by a severe attack of neuralgia
in tbe face.
A gentleman from Findlay informs
your correspondent that three build
ings in tbat place, belonging to Daniel
Cllne and Geo. Kebres, were destroy
ed by fire, Monday afternoon. Tbe
fire is supposed to bave been tbe work
of tramps, as several went seen In tbe
vicinity just previous to Its breaking
out. Loss, 1,UU) ; no insurance.
Bruce Myers bas tendered bis resig
nation as leader of our Band.
Homer Thomas aud Miss Emma
Neweomb were united In the holy
Ijon.is of matrimony, a few days ago.
The Sandusky Conference Camp
Meeting Association will hold a camp
meeting on tbe Portage camp ground,
Portage, Wood county, beginning
Friday, August 2d, and closing Mon
day, August 12tb.
A telephone line between this city
and Defiance was successfully operat
ed a week ago la t Sunday.
Tbe firm of Sheridan 4 Bulger, gro
cers and bakers, baa been dissolved.
John Sheridan will continue tbe busi
ness. An organization of Nationals was
established in this city, last week.!
witn airecgth of one hundred mem-
A report that got into circulation in
this city last week, tbat the tramps
bad taken Findlay, caused some of
tbe O. N. G-'s bere to look a little
wild, and there was likely to be a de
mand for substitutes, when tbe rumor
Tbe brick work on Andes A Hale's
new block is progressing rapidly
Orlo Skinner bas returned bome
from college to spend the summer.
Iiullman A Hamilton's London
show exhibited here, last Wednesday,
to large audiences and with satisfac
tion to the spectators. The show
goes from bere to Freeport.
A carpenter named Benjamin
Coons, while working on tbe roof of a
barn in this city, a few days ago, fell
to the ground, breaking bis arm and
receiving other injuries.
Prof. Hartley, Superintendent of our
schools, is spending vacation at bis
bome in Nebraska.
Hon. Charles Foster arrived bome
from Washington this week.
Mr. A. E. Richards, an old Fortorla
boy, wbo baa been connected with
Cole's circus and menagerie for sev
eral years, is erecting a fine brick
residence, on tbe corner of High and
Fremont streets. "Al" Intends re
tiring from tbe show business at tbe
close of tbo present season, and, with
bis family, will make Fostoria bis
Our dealers bave purchased up to
this time, 50,000 pounds of wool.
Prices this week range from 30 cents
At a meeting of Fostoria Council,
No. 68, Royal Arcanun, beld bn
Wednesday evening of last week, the
following offieers were elected for the
ensuing six months:
Regent L. D. Mussetter.
Vice-Regent J. W. Bchanfelharger.
Past Regent-Dr. Geo. L. Hoego.
Orator L.C. SUvernalL
Secretary D. B, Sleiner.
Collector T. M. Uarrlson.
Treasurer A. C McClean.
Chaplain John A. Braduer.
Uuide Dr. L. U. Williams.
Scntry-B, W. Hale.
We were shown last Friday, several
heads of wheat, grown on Capt. Alva
Thomas' farm, north of this city.
whicb measured five and one-half
Inches in length. Who can beat it ?
Tbe employes ou tbe Columbus A
Toledo road were paid off last Satur
Mrs. Catharine Austin is, we regret
to state, suffering from a cancer in
William Phillips, an old citizen and
well-to-do farmer, living north of bere
in Wood couuty, bas been adjudged
insane, and George Freeman bas been
appointed his guardian.
Rev. Hughes and family are visit
ing at Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Tbe aunual commencement exer
cises of tbe Fostoria Union Schools
took place at Liberty Hfll, Monday
evening of last week. The crowd in
attendance was very large, every seat
and all available standing room being
occupied. Tbe programme arranged
for tbe occasion was carried ont in
every particular, and those participat
ing in tbe exercises filled their parts
inuch a manner as to merit the ap
plause of all present. The literary ef
forts o tbe graduating class showed
great care In preparation, and more
than met tbe expectation of their
friends. Tiie exercises were very
fine indeed. After the completion of
tbe programme. Prof. Hartley pre
sented the diplomas to the graduating
class, which consisted of Misses Irene
Brown, Kate Wagner, and Messrs.
Frank Boley, Charles Green, and Ar
thur Hayes. Mr. Hartley, the Super
intendent, and his assistants are en
titled to great praise for the faitbful
manner in wbicb they bave conduct
ed the schools tbe past year.
Workmen are busily engaged in re
pairing the Central Hotel, recently
damaged by fire.
We are glad to state that Mrs. Mai-
tie Weeks is recovering from her se
Wheat Is selling at 85 aud 00 cents
per bushel in this market.
Frank Llndsey is erecting a brick
dwelling bouse ou Sandusky street.
Miles Vance, who Uvea In Findlay,
claims to have been the first wbite
male child bora ia Hancock county.
We are reliably informed that the
C. & T. railroad company contem
plate building a branch line from
Pemberville to Bowling Green at an
Fostorla will uot celebrate the "glo
Tbomas K lilies, of this city, wbo
was arrested a few weeks ago for steal
ing a cow, and wbo traded the same
to Dr. Brlcker, was last week indicted
for grand larceuy. He will, no doubt,
take up bis residence ia tbe big stone
bouse at Columbus ia a short tim e.
Several deaths occurred la this
vicinity last week.
A young lady from Michigan, wbo
bad "loved uot wisely, but too well,"
was ia town last week bunting np ber
recreant lover, but he bad sloped,
as is supposed, to the Pacific slope.
Tbe wife of Lewis Wbltmau, of
West Millgrove, died last Thursday.
At a meeting of tbe Council, Friday
evening of last week, tbe Committee
on Fire Department reported In favor
of digging a fire well on the corner
of Cherry and Sandusky streets, and
the Chief of Fire Department was in
structed to prepare pla ns and specifi
cations for the same.
Our Public Schools bave cloned for
three months' vacation.
The loss by the Central Hotel fire
bas been adjusted. It was figured up
at 13,340. The loss on Miss Nettie
Wbisler's stock was settled by tbe
payment of $206. It was insured for
Tbe new school boose will be ready
for occupancy for tbe fall term. It is
magnificent looking structure, and
cost about $40,000.
The Schutzeli Bros, bave quit tbe
Tbe borse traders still linger around
In tbe absence of tbe pastor, there
will be no services at tbe Preby-
terlaa Church next Sunday,
Tbe farmers in this vicinity com
menced making bay last week. Tbe
crop Is said to be a good one.
A. E. Ebersole bas commenced ex
cavating for bis new brick residence
ou Perry street.
Tbe Lake Erie A Louisville rail
road ia nearly completed from St.
Mary's to Celina. It Will be finished
n a few weeks.
Tbe wife of William Seiple la lying
While engaged la the amusement
jumping over a base ball bat, last
Monday afternoon, Fred Hays slipped
and fell on tbe bat, injuring himself
Taaae who heard Gen. Oibson lee-
inr. lut K-idav eveuiDg were highly
entertained as the General la a line
orator, and nrs sui.jeci a rimmj our.
A') t"' thromcie.
The tobacco-box trick is beiog
played In some parts of this couuty
ihe ienttncl says : There are two
men traveling in Liberty and Bloom
townships trying to obtain wa
gers from the citizens by showing a
tobacco-box with a peculiar kind . f
lid. Two of of them go nearly togetl -
er ; the first one approaching his vic
tim, showing him the box. Tt
seconJ one approaches, asks for
chew of tobacco and fails to open the
box. Then No, 1 offers to bet tbat
tne stranger cau not ODen th Iwt
Stranger bets, fail., the swindle, s
pocket the money and start forauot; -er
victim. It is high time that peopi
would open their eyes aud give sucL
men a wide berth .Those wbo
bave en it, declare the crn pros
pecU aro better iu Wood coucty
than in the Miami Valley. Tbe
start is aoout even, but tbs soil of
Wood county is stronger and will
rnre a crop in two weeks less time
tfrsrTis required in tbe Miami Valley.
Last Friday night, about 10 o'clcck,
tbe bleating of abeep mingled with
tbe loud barking of a dog was beard
in the pasture of Daniel Hensel. It
awakened some of tbe neighbors and
two of them sallied forth into tbe
moonlight armed with a pistol snd
a snot gnn. It was found that four
teen of tbe sheep had been bitten, two
or three of wbicb were dead. The
dog, which belenged to John Grubb,
was shot the next morning..A
few days ago, John Short, while plow
ing on bis farm, In Ballvllle township,
turned up au Immense elk horu which
broke into several pieces, one of which
was about ten inches long and seven
inches round it. This relic of a mam
moth elk which roamed over the San
dusky valley, prairie and forests, has
probably lain for centuries beneath the
turf, until the deep thrust plow share
brought it to tbe surface, a reminis
cence of early days.
Two additional policemen are em
ployed in Findlay to guard against
any trouble tbat may arise from
tramps or otber disorderly persons
Tbe Courier of last week says of thej
crop of bablee In tbat county : We dn
not know whether it is owing to the
bard times, the drouth, or some other
cause, but there was a falling oft iu
the baby crop reported this year,
Last y ear's report showed 739 birtbs,
while this year the number of births
reported is only 691. Of these fresh
babies 353 were males and 33S females.
Tbe people of this county do
not appear to bave a large number of
names to select from, as five names
represent over one-third of the
christian names given to the children
bora tbe past year. There are eight
per cent, each of Charles, and John
and May, and five per cent each cf
Miuuie and Maud . It requires 173
teac hers for tbe schools of this county,
but there were 272 different teachers
employed last year. Tbe average
wages paid teachers iu tbe township
schools per month was $36 for gentle
men and io ror ladles. There were
7,711 scholars enrolled in the different
schools of tbe couuty last year. It
cost $3 per bead per year to educate
tbe children of Find lay. ........Tbs old
cannon wbicb has done service in
Findlay for a number of years, was
recently stolen or carried away and
bid ...Tbe Nine Spot base ball club
of Findlay was badly beaten by tbe
Forest City club of Cleveland la a
match game at the former place re
cently by a score of 18 to 2.
Tbe raspberry aud black berry crop
promises to be immense . .Wheat
in this section will mostly all be cut by
tbe 4th of July Farmers are now
busy cutting hay, and tbe crop Is a full
medium in yield.
Ohio Patents. Messrs. George C.
Tracy A Co., Solicitors of Patents,
No. 4 Euclid Avenue Block, CJeve
and, Ohio, and 519 Seventh street,
Washington, D. C, furnish the fol
lowing list of patents granted to resi
dents of this State for the week end
ing June 11th, 1873 :
P Dnnbar, Cincinnati. Clothes Drier.
U H Earnest, Springnetd, Hash Hold.
K Kberly, Dayton, Sash Balance.
W H Uetzendanner and J P Marquardt
Jr., Dayton, Horse Collar,
J K Blakeslee, Cleveland. Nut Machine.
J Bowman, Somerset, Vehicle Hprlng.
W H Castle, Ueneva, Towel Kak.
M Schueble, Dayton. Piston Packing.
U Banister, Columbus, Process of Tem
J W Bookwalter. Springdeld, Steam Uen
arator. U R Cramer, Cincinnati, Spoke Throating
A U Uillls, Haiem, Meat Cutter.
H Uross, Ciucluuati, Burglar Proof Hare.
WJ Rawliugs, Ottawa, Joined Brace for
J H Stratum. Salem, Carriage Seat.
U B Dennis. Dayton Stamp Canceler.
E Hart, Cleveland.
Traile Mark :
The Union Manufacturing Co., Toledo.
C HSluart, Cleveland.
An Understanding Arrived At.
About ten o'clock this morning a
tramp went Into a C street saloon and
devoted ten minutes In a very zealous
manner to tbe lunch table. By tbe
time be bad masticated about a pound
ot corned beef tbe barkeeper stepped
up and remarked :
"This table is for drinkers."
"Then why don't you bring co your
drinks ? I've been bere ten minutes
and bav'nt seen a drop of anything.
If its a drlukln' table, wbere's tbe
"I mean it's for tbe patrons of tbe
bar," said tbe barkeeper.
"Then why ain't tbey bere? I
s'sposeyou mean that a man mutt
spend money at tbe bar before be
"Tbat takes me In. I took a drink
bere last summer, aud did not eat a
mouthful, and if I ain't entitled to a
lunch on tbat drink then tbe system
must be a failure all round."
"But tbe place baa changed bands
since then," said tbe barkeeper, pick
ing up a bung starter.
"Ah, Indeed ?" replied the urbane
bummer, "tbat fact, as your gesture
would imply, raises a new and embar
rassing complication in our diplo
matic relations, I will therefore re
cede, as It were, from my original po
sition and await tbs assembling of the
He bad been gradually backing to
wards tbe door as be spoke, and be
lodged out just In time to evade tbe
projectile hurled at hlra by the Indig
nant saloonatlc Virginia (Nf.v.)
Nature as a Plagiarist.
Two brothers in SL Louis reaemble
each other so exactly tbat it Is wltb
great difficulty tbat tbey tell them
selves apart. How others are con
fused Is illustrated by tbe following
It Is a rule In tbe Circuit Court tbat
but one attorney on each aids shall
examine witnesses. In a recent trial,
In which Thomas and Tbomas were
engaged, this rule was violated by
tbem iu a very dexterous manner.
Stepping to one aids, as if for pri
vate consultation, tbey exchanged
chairs, and no on could tell tbat it
was not tbe same one wbo bad before
occupied tbe seat. Ia tlits way tbey
relieved each otber, while the lawyer
on the otber aide bad to stop from ex
exbaustion. "Mr. Tbomas," said a Circuit Judge
short time ago, "are you ready to
argue tbat motion now ?"
"What motion your Hooor T'
"The motion yoo spoke of yester
day." "Your Honor, I was not In the
"Your memory must be very short,
sir, I saw you bere."
"Not me, your Honor."
"I know It was you ; and If you
trifle with tbe court, I shall bave to
fine you for contempt, sir."
"Your Honor, It was my motion."
said tbe otber Tbomas, entering tbe
room. Tbe Judge looked at tne two
Thomases In amazement, and, re
covering his good humor, remarked
tbat nature bail committed a plagiar
ism iu the case nf oue of I hero, be
Couldn't tell Wbifb. I
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MINNESOTA AND DAKOTA,
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The Winona HL Peter Railroad Com
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f. rices. Its land grant lands along the line of
La Railroad in Southern Minnesota and
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CITY BILLURD SAL00HI
Tbla la the Beat Establish me t in the City
LIQUOES, WINES, ALE, BEER
Etc., always kept
TWO Tl R8T-CLA W
And a pleasant, quiet room.
Received daily doting their season. Erery
tblng desirable lor an excellent LlStB
may always be found al the
CITY BILLIARD SALOON.
MARKET HOUSE. TIFFIN. 0.
I am prepared to furnish the puhli
with MTKAii.-Sol all kinds, KOAHTM, MALT
M KAT, and everyUilug usually found In a
Ann-class Market. Ail my stock Is select
ed with care and my butchering Is doue la
a cleanly manner.
Call aad see lue.
May K, TO B. FALKNKR.
1CHAEL BULUKK.OPOREKN VILI.E,
iu Uie ttlabt of Tenoesaee, will take
notice that Robert W. Hale, Robert C. Cap-
lea aau uenrge Lu noege, partners, uoing
business ae Hale, Caples and Hnege or the
County of ttenera ami (Mate of Ohio, did o
the 21st day of May A. D:iA7. ti te laelr pe
tition in the Court of Common Pleas with
in and for the County of beneca, in said
Htate of Ohio attains! the said Michael Bul
ger, defendant, setting fortn. that aaid
Michael BulKr is Indebted to Hi said plaiu
UH for services rendered ae surgeons and
practloners of medicine, rendered himself
and family, ending August IS, 1A77, amount
ing with interest to oue hundred and six
teen dollar aad sixty-nine cents (tllfLW).
and that on tbe said 2ist day of May. A. D..
an afndavil was Hied with Uie Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas of said Couuty
of He ii era and Htate of Ohio, for an order of
attachment, and liiat on the aame day an
order ot attachment was Issued le aaid
action, directed to tbe HherifToI said Meneca
County, Oblo, directing him by virtue
thereof to attach the lands and tenements
of Michael Bulger to secure the payment of
aid sum now claimed to be due, and that
he execute tbe same by attaching In-lot
number one nundred and seven (117) In tbe
vUlageof fostorla In Heneca County, Oblo.
the property of said defendant. And
tnal tne aaid Michael Bulger is notified mat
he is required to appear and answer said
petition on or before tbe third Batnrday
alter the Kb day of July, A. D. UTS.
Dated May 21. 17S.
HALK, CAPLKH AHOKHK,
By Josca A Bkoww, their Atl'ys. -A 81
J. A. MARTIN !
IM, FEED SALE STABLE,
attention paiJ to Com
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