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Happy New Year!
rrr j fr rafii.n
We desire to return
OUr SillCere tnankS
our customers and pat-
rons for their liberal
j. : il.
pa.Dl year. W e Will en
ine vear to make it
j.1 - a , ,,
fciieiT UliereSl aS WeU
our own to deal with!
a . . , -
us in a straightforward'
business way. With
thlS Object in VieW We
Tmmnt r-mm fin fiinff
new year with
. f o-
large stock of Coffees,
lower prices than
fifteen years. They will!
i i Tj-t .t. jl
be in store by J anuary
4th, the prices and
quality being such as
will warrant us in say
ing that it will pay all
to call and see them.
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New VGar OTP rPTTim'n
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4V UOiV- UlUvO.
Local and Miscellaneous.
TO ADVERTISERS Th Trib.M kM a Urgr
mitM tfca th combined mmrnttr ti pty.
if wtwibm t'ff THREE pa pen ia tlx
Cfnniiwali.ii. All CommiwtcaUotu &tt
be avsocHBpatiied by liie Uauae of tbe writer,
uot lor iiublKauiw. but u a (uarant of good
liaiib or ihff UI go into tint irfuic-baskeL
Nob am. El. Blrtb, Marrlate ud Uea'b an
uuuitcxuiruu prrk. Flreeut a line t.111 be
ebar;et fur obltuarlm areoaipuiyln( deatb
aruiuuiumiiu, and also fur the retoiullOD bj
vueietles of ao obliuarjr cbaracter. Io drla
tUm will be Biade from Uilt rule.
Tiffl, Thnraday Eve Jan. , 1878.
Mr. Amu, of the Clyde Xenti u-l. is
Chan. Leuer Is paying the lt prices
for raw furs.
find ruff, cheap, at
Men lay laat.
I'ublio Scb'XtH opwd
The January thaw of last
uf abort duration.
X scarcity of water for culinary
laundry purposes la reported.
Hamburg See the new adv;
went of Nicholai fc Ilolderman.
rkneea Common 1'leas Court
veuea Monday, February 3, 17B.
Yon can save money by buying
luuiltns at VingUmr's.
Skating Rink open every day thia
week at S o'clock P. M. Admission 10
Jlurdeiie, the funny man of ihe
Burlington ' Haxokye, Ls lecturing in
em em oer tne bat uroay night dances
a.1. Aauvuu E.cuaiie oana
Admission V cents.
1 marked improvement ha
made, in the general appearance of the
grocery store of Buckey & Snyder.
Slat Kate Pennington, who has been
quite ill during the past week, ia ab'.e
to l out again.
early all the ice houses are filled
and yet the stock of ungathered ice in
creases day by day.
Friday last the thermometer indi
cated 13, IS, 18, 20 and 22 degrees below
zero at different points in this city.
"Superfluous Women" ia the subject
of Mrs. Uvermore's lecture at Na
tional II ill Friday night.
It was 11. W. Yeager who was ap
pointed Receiver of the Home Build
ing Association instead of J. F as we
gave it last week.
Seme one, last Friday, attempted to
break the weather by stealing the
thermometer belonging to Dr. Hub
bard's drug store.
Lectare. In the College Chapel, on
Tuesday evening. Jan. 14th, at 7 o'clock
by Rev. Q. W. Williard, D. I). Sub
ject "Self Culture,"
If sixteen degrees below zero kills
the peach buds in this section, what
will H degrees below freeze? Ears
and noses, fingers and "toesea."
The Toledo Commercial has been en
larged te a A3-column paper. This is
an improvement which indicates good
management. Success to yon.
Ed. Lepper has placed one of the
tha largest coal stores ia National
UalL This, in addition to the heaters,
should make the Hall comfortable.
JtaaunoUi Paper. The holiday num
ber of the Northern Indlanlan is a
huge paper, its size being 48 by 01
incbea, requiring four impressions to
print it. It Is big enough for a "coun
terpane." Caa. The cold weather has had its
effect on the gas pipes in some places,
rendering the light quite feeble.
Consumers should notify the Superin
tendent, lie will cheerfully attend to
all calls In regard to this matter.
Monday morning, Mrs. Robert Suili
vao died in this city at the age of Zo
years, S months and 11 days. The
funeral took place at SL Mary's Church,
yesterday. Rev. Father Healy officiat
ing. quarterly Meeting. The
Quarterlv Meetinir of th c.infrenie
vear. will be held in the r v rimrph
on Sunday nsxt. Rev. Wm. Jones, of
Rloomvllle, will officiate.
Tajte In Festorla, London and Jack-
Tuesday and Wednes-!
of next week I will be ia Fostoria
with the dunlietfM f f..-v,,rlr.n r.A
Jackson townships and Fostoria, and)
will receive taxes for those places.
J. W. BARRACK,
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. has
made a contract with the Toledo, Wa-1
bash & Western railroad to receive all
tbe east bound freight that road de-
livers in Toledo, and send it over thej
Toledo, Tiffla & Eastern road east. To
meet the demands of this additional
business, which will be immense, the
Company will put on the T T. &. E
road nine new engines, and a large
a a ount of other rolling stock.
Ueorge B. Baekey and IL M. Suyder!
have purchased the stock of g rocerie j,
etc, of J. O. Householder, at Wilson
Thompson's old stand. They have'
cleaned up the room, rearranged the
goods and replenished with a new,!
clean and well selected stock of gro-
eerie and fuieenau-are whiMi t hev? ira
is w ,rry lo.w ,forrr r-!
i uey w in pay me Lighest price for
liil kinds of produce. The business
wUll conducted by G. R. Buckey.
who will try to please all his customers.
forhj,sW." W,;1J fleeted
Bring your skunk, coon and
skins to t-'. I.einer, and you will get
good price for them.
Do riii? the past week large numbers
uf1uail starved and frozen
, this Whole noek, liave
' found dose together and froren
j death- ,
! Mr J c- i successor to Mrs.
S. M. Wottrinz. is now prepared
1 -woiinng, is now prepares
1 ,.i. ,. ,,ir fllN t, r,i,r. a.
If . . - a -
- : dean whit furs cheap. m-.-od-I house
west of IV-rrv street bridge
Mcolai Holdermta have a new a J-
, ve;lisment lu this paper, to wuicn
ca at,ntion. They offer spla! bar-
(rains. Call an-i see tneir pools. 1 hev
have a very fine display.
rroL Tu.uy ia,t i
response to a telegram from f.lark
Wagoner, Collet tor of Internal
mi". Toledo, w ent to Napoleon 1. at
Toledo, went to Xalfort
II is erv fortunate that the ii-.U
;i;eUls u fn . wit.
snow during the lalt cold weallier.
J. V. Jne, of Fiistoria, a-in this
dty TueS(Jav ,ast IIe jnf(,rm, us that
"t liajrdst.iwn was
burned down that tnorninjf. Supjiosetl
to be the work .r an median .
J Here was a narrow escape irom
serious fire at the Van Xest
on College Hill. Saturday night. The
hired ffirl ha 1 p'.aad a heated -lat-
iron" in bed. from which the elothing
I took tire, ihelimeiv arrival of sev
; eral perwns saved tlie house from
j serious conflagration.
The P. M. at Tiffin will not .wept in
; payment for stamps silver throe and
! five cent pieces which have holes in
tlirn .r ura r.l liurn !ca rni.tilatt
Iiepartment refuses to receive them.
and he lost several dollars the
quarter on that kind of stuff.
Llojd Lease entered upon Lis duties
as SheriC Monday last, and was warm-
ly congratulated by his numerous
Sheriff Acker Las retired and lakes
with him the name of having e. n a
Thnrsda) tugnt last the chimney of
F. Kishlert house in the Third Ward
caught fire. An alarm was sounded,
and Seneca Chief put lu an appearance
In short order. Whea it was found
there was no use for it, the machine
was got back in shorter order, as the
cold was intense.
At a regular meeting of Tiffin Lodge,
No. 80, K. of I held Tuesday evening,
Dec. SI, 1878, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
C. C James Burger.
V. C Benjamin KucW.
t.O. r. bnjder.
M. of F.-J. 11. Love.
M. of K O. P. r ree.
K. of K. ft 8. K. W. Sfephiwci!.
M. at A. Ja. bmllli.
Kojal Arcanum.-The onker of lhBi
Tiffin Council. It. A., No. (iii insUiiled
it, nttirer, on the evening uf Jan. 1
Kegect F. K. 8hfthui
Vlue-Ks. S. CliamberUu.
CraUr 3. M. Klly.
hecretary J. W. CkMiibejIlri.
Ireaiurer C. C. Fark.
Uiilde A. Oreealeaf.
W urdeo tl. C. BalUeil.
SeitHary L. Nicolal.
Ciraud Kep. Charles Mariin.
Saturday evening last Thos. .Swan
der, one of the pioneer of this coun
ty, died at hia residence, four miles
east of Tiffin, aged 7.J years, 1 month
and 3 days. The funeral took place
Tuesday, and the remains were In
terred in Maple Grove Cemetery, lie
was a member of theliefonned Church
of this city, and has been one of the
Elders for forty years.
Large Sales. Since his announce-
, , . ... , . .(
uirui yti o uriciuiiiiaiiuu if iv.m
his entire stock of goods, th store of
Capt. F. K. Shawhan lias Wn filled
with crowds of people, and a large
of goods has been sold.
There is reason for this, for Mr.
Shawhan has cut the price of his
goods right "down to the blood" way
below ante-war prices. Ie is deter
mined tc sell out and all should take
advantage of his low prices.
Saturday last a petition was tiled
with the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in this city, whenin Mrs.
Anna I. Seney, divorced wife of Judge
Seney, sued Miss Anna R. Walker for
810,000 for having alienated her hus
band's affections, etc. J. M. Lemmon,
cf Clyde, is Mrs. Anna I. Seney's law
yer. Sunday evening J udge Seney and
Miss Anna R. Walker were married.
Monday morning an answer was
filed to the petition of Mrs. Anna I.
Seney, denying all its allegations.
Real Estate Transfers for the week
ending Saturday last :
Elizabeth Bummers to John Miller, tt
acres. Liberty Tp ."
Bally A. Brown to S. M. BilUmau, ? acre.
E. Bernard to Jacob Burdge, lots 7, 8, It,
17 and it. Detroit i.aio
E. Bernard to Jacob Burdge, S acres.
Heed Tp tM
Jacob Burdge to Edwin Bernard. 9 acres.
Jteed Tp -too
Jacob Burdge to Edwin Bernard, lots 7, s,
18, 17 and 18, Detroit l.Mu
Bob. Henderson to E. 8. Clark, lots . vs.
14, 22 and a, id Ward w
list of Letters remaining uncalled
for in the Postofflce, Tiffin, Seneca
county, O, Jan. Pth:
I kiirri M at
Mainatb, Libble L.
Suede ker, Mrs. M. A.
Hieler, Annie iFg'n.i
Tally. A. C.
Wolf. Mrs. Annie
Wright. Charity (i)
&uru, Louis i..')
-jtuoe, F. S.
?lmstead. P. V.
ttoden, Mlaa Maggie
for these letters
please say advertwed. All letters not
called for within four weeks after be
ing advertised w ill be sent to the dead-
L. WEIRICK, P. M.
l'fruary Term of Court.-The fol-a.-Mondav.
,owinR list of Jurors w as drawn Jan
day j uar' 1S79 ee" tLe hours of ten
au4 twelve o'clock A. M.:
Ylck'a Floral Guide. Of the many
Guides and Seed and Plant Catalogues
sent out by Seedsmen and Nursery
men, and that are doing so much to in
form the people and beautify and en
rich our country, none are so beau
tiful, none so instructive as YUk'x
Floral Guide. Its paper is the choic
est, its illustrations handsome, and
given by the hundred, while its col
ored plate is a gem. This work, al-
; though costing but flveceuts, is hand-
some enough for a gift book, or a place
on ine parior taoie.
James Yick. Rochester. New
aavenisemeni ou secona page oi
Sdjiio Thomas Molir.
Keed-T J. B. Ettlnfter.
liberty Aaron Kbee.
Selplo Thomas Smith.
3d Ward-Joslah Baker.
Adams Harvey Harrison.
3d W ard Wm. Wentz.
Eden L. C Barrlrk.
Liberty John Edwardi.
4th Ward Joseph Myers.
Seneca Jas. 8tarkey.
Pleasant Wm. Voria.
Mh Ward Peter Gramme.
1st Ward Daniel Cunnlnihaio.
1st Ward P. H. Byan.
Eden John Vorndran.
Liberty Jas. H. Fry.
Liberty Jacob Newhouve.
Loudon Philip Byers.
Clinton Til os. L. Park.
Edon-W. R. Tittle.
Keed-T. J. Prlee.
Venice David Huiu.es.
Seneca J. J. Wood.
Clinton Geo. L. Keating.
powder, are rewarded bv the reiiiirji-
lion of manufacturing irood articles.
It is a shameful confession to make
that many people are willing to use
adulterated articles because or a small
reduction in price.
One flay last wee k, a little after noon
: when all the clerks e-pt two were
at dinner, three w el!- Iressed men en
tered the store of If. W. Shawhan.
about the same time. and two of them
looked at in" g.ds. A short time
after they h il gone out it ai diseov-,'
err-d that the money drawer hail )een
robbed of about V.. The trik was
done in this ay: Une of the men
Ms K lo If I If k IK HT im ITim Ml J T).!r Tt.li
; door, in front of a pile of muslins or
ciiiCKrs, iue nwoiiu one went 10 me'
rear of the st'ire W illi the other clerk;
i third ruin stool bv the stove. n-ir 1 lie
! desk to warm. The . Wk in the fr-:
was hidden from the ilesk while
one iu t!ie rear stoel so that hi- t-mld
Mieiu The man with the latter was'
i th quality of the
Dpuel onuout.and held it le-
tween hiniielf and the Iiht to see if it
w as jierfef-t. In doh'-r vi .
from tin-si!:i nf t:,. . ;.v: . i.-ik
and eiciblcl Hi ctiiitt-.l. i.tt- t rub the
drawer. hieb was int the work of
iiikic laMii in e . miii. l ne man who
was wanning retired lirst and wxs
soon fidlnwed by the other two. who
i.-hel to liKik aliu a little liefore
buy ins. Tiie trirk was a rather sliefc
one au. iuiiht hae leen worked on
almost any one, there was no reason
to silsi1! them lr m their apnear
atiee or ai'tiniis.
in i lie allerno-m emplaini was
nifuic in tar jxini-e iiiai inre iiiei; jiau
I.. ..... . .i ... .i i i
i ") th" naitiiettn
Adams street, and w hile two of them
;held him the
drawer .f -l
other one roblied the
The description of
! these men answ ered to that of the men
i who had robbed the drawer in Mr.
Shawhan's store. No trare of them
lias vet been discovered.
Council. This body met on Moi.day
night with the following members
present: lirickner, Crawford. Ernest,
Fanning, firamraes. Livers. Myers,
Moessney, bting and s:anntl.
The minutes of ln-l m'etiiiz were
read and ajiprox ed.
The Clerk's report .f rents nS2j.oi
The Mayor's report of tines and
j licenses, received from April sth to
; December 21, l7S, (Sno.fli) both inelu-
five, w as accepted.
The Mayor snggested the propriety
of Council making some arrangements
with the Township Trusteed and In
firmary Directors, whereby they would
appropriate sonie amount to le dis-i
pensr-d to those dally importuning him
for needed assistance. Ir. Fanning
moved that the Chair appoint a com
mittee of three lo confer with the
Township Trustees and Infirmary
Directors upon the subject, and pursu
ant to which motion, the President ap
pointed Dr. Livers, Dr. Fannin'' and
' Mr. Grammes as such committee.
On motion of Mr. Grammes, the Gas
Light Co.'s bill (5'.i.0o for Engine
i House, Xo. l, w as referred t-t the Gas
Two bills in favr of .Seneca thief
lla-w (trnr.'ittL- an. I Tifl'm la'ira IV.llwa
"legating ;,4.,o. were pi-eselitea oy
Chief Engineer Myers, and on motion
of Mr. llrickner, referred to the Fire
A petition was presented by S. Mc
Kitrick and others, praying for tbe re
moval of snow froin the sidewalks on
south Greenfield street, and was on
motion of Mr. Sting ordered to be re
ceived and filed.
The Finance Committee reported
and recommended payment of claims
out of the following funds:
X I 09
Stock Companies. lielow we give
the directors and officers of the differ
ent Stock Companies, elected Mon lay
and Tuesday last :
TIFFIN AOIUCI'LTL'UAL WOt'.K-.
Directors. Geo. Shannon, C. C. Park.
15. K. Tilus. II. Noble, R. C. Atkins.
Secretary B. C. Atkins.
Superintendent W. IL Hall.
A dividend of right per eent. was
declared, payable one-half January 13,
and one-half June 15.
OHIO STOVE CO.
Dirtctors J. W. Martin, Jacob Von
Blon, Jos. Swigert, Jacob Martin, John
McCauley, Daniel Cunningham. O. T.
TIFFIN SHOE CO.
birftors3. M. Kaull, J. XV. Chain
berlin. Tlws. 11. Tomb, J. A. McFar
land, T. A . AVatson. C. C. Park. U. W.
President J. M. Kaull.
Vice Pres. J. W. Chamberlin.
Superintendent Jas. Smith.
TIFFIN MANUFACTURING CO.
Directors Jacob Scheiber, Wm.
Kellholtz. J. M. Hershberger, D.
Dildine, Jos. Swigert, A. Halter, O.
The Board did not, organize.
SENECA COUNTY COUNCIL, P. OF H.
Dirtrt.r$ C. Y. Brundage, J. W.
Lawhead, D. M. Xeikirk, Samuel Det
terman. .las. (iangwer.
Secretary C. C. Park.
The Stockholders of the Woolen
Mills met and adjourned until Friday
evening. The Union Churn Co. also
adjourned its meeting.
huu-Ylang. The Ylang-Y lang
flower is produced by a large tree, and
its odor scents the air for miles around.
Dr. Price urenares his l'lamr-Ylanc
Extract from the otto of these llowers,
and it is a charming perfume, having a
iragrance uniiKe any otner hatiaker-j
rrs j l s s v.
iivuwu HiuviiK wi iiaua ui 3ClVlUll.
diirestion and evacuation, take riv '
Mott's Yeoetable Livek Pills,
w;nich healthfully stimulate the liver, j
give tone and regularity to the liver,
counteract a tendency "to costivenes3
and purify the blood. Their catharite
action is unaccompanied by griping,
and is never violent and abriipt, but al
ways gradual and natural. These pills
are of the greatest assistance in over
coming scrofulous tumors and erup
tive maladies. For sale bv 4. F. Mar
quardt. Sheriff Acker has moved his family
to Fostoria, aud will retire to the
shades of private life next Mondav.
George has made an efficient and a'n
accomodating officer, and we welcome
him back as a citizen
Xew Pastor. At the Presbyterian
election, held Mondav afternoon,
!Kev. J. T. Pollock, of South To-
ledo, w as chosen, to supply for
i one year the vacancv in the pulpit
:of "their church, from four can
didates: Rev. J. T. Pollock, of Toledo:
Rev. X. S. Smith, D. D., of Delaware;
Rev. Mr. Woods, of Oxford, and Rev.
'Joseph W.Hubbard, of DeWitt, 111.
j Mr. Pollock was chosen bv the congre
jgation to till the pulpit for but one
I year. If at the end of that time the
; parishioners think themselves wist in
i their choice, he will be retained as the
regular pastor. Bucyrvs Forum.
lpecial Invitation. Call at our
I pru&Store and get a trial bottle of
i . tax, j tee or
j , .vu aic
StlfVaciriiv ..'OK m
; Cough, Cold. Asthma, Bronchitis, Ilav
'f.e.v.e-r' Consumption, loss of voice.
'"""a."1 "lc luiuJiir anv anection
of the Throat or Lungs. This is the-
great remedy that is causing so much
excitement bv its irumv wnnd,S
....- av.,.....i . . a. 7 .
given perfect satisfaction iu everv In
stance. Vie can unhesitatingly say j
iuai imsisreauy uieouiy trurecwreior
and get a trial bottle free of charge, or
3 regular size for $1.00. For sale bv E. ;
on his lett cneeK. lie remained uu
chief conscious for some time. His wound
under "the cin-,.,.
Clerk Rex furnishes ns with the fol
lowing Hit of un:laimed costs,
in his hands, from Jannary
1st, s77 to January 1st, l'C-s. Ivrsons
to whom said costs are due run obtain
the amour.t by calling on the Clerk
Aitierr. John v..
Kvers. Mrs. 1.
bjrtts. K. A... ..
Bloom, r A . . .
Haira. W. II
Bullla;-r. f. f.
Bo.ea. W. T.
! f hmt. A .
' ' 'onload. Wm..
! uiifrituru, ...
U-!!llt , Iu. (I . . .
.r ij. Hi nn
Or -vn. I . . .
. ifned. Adam
f l. saniut-1
Hi; :. John
Hiia-v. Ilinr.. .
Ho-v. a. u.
Kn iter, llil-s
Ker.liaw. V. I'
Lullnner. J. M . .
I.rnimis. J. J
fvr. .luiia . .
NiplKwaiiilcr. lr. jl
I '-nn. . r..
Siile. K. W
sckniaii, iieo . .
Siirlner. Alru. . .
Sat"lir. Win.. . .
Smiih, s. II. . . .
Toaib, IIioiims B.
Wgiiw. Adam .
W i. ,r- . .
Wvant, Iaul. .
Odd Fellowship. Seneca Lodge
O. O. F. elected tbe following of-'buscos.
I ficers last week:
! X. . U V. AraoM.
I V. 0. JwfDli Swrisl.
Ja. W. Ixv.
Trea.. Samuel Strieker.
Trustees. Levi W elrir. t. I.. IuuIiAii, . i'.
Jfobah Eitirampiiv-nt alo elei:tel of
ficers as follows:
C. P. Joph Sacrist.
fL r. S. C naralxirlln.
S. W. Jolm B. tiuruun
J. W.-J. S:iiliu.
Scrl(. J. W. Luve.
1 n-i. O. B. Horuer.
O-ikly Lodge, Xo. 317. 1. O. O. F. al,0
elected the following otlicers
X. C.-S. II. Dlldlne.
V. fl.-Fraak Cook.
S(-oretary B. rra&lugiia.
Treas. S. Cliaiuberliu.
Trutees -J. L. Fi-Oitr. i. V
4. . trosi. luesaay evening, re-
siL'iiel lii4 oosition as Assistant Cash-1
itr oi me .national r.xcnange iianic
tie n;is ueen in ine njiifc. near-:
1 fourteen years and he has
been faithful 10 the interests of
the institution, lie is a thoroughly
competent business man, is active,
honorable and is liked by every one he!
comes in contact with.
There w ill be a meeting of the Stock
holders of the Ohio Stove Co.. at the
office of the company, on Tuesday,
January 14th, l7, at one o'clock P.M.
Bv order of President.
C. II. Milli:k. Secretary.
Toledo has a Woman Suffrage Asso
ciation, which, woman-like, not only
discusses woman's wrongs and rights,
but other matters. At a recent meet
ing the subject of the Altenbaugn trial
was brought up and discussed. The
Commercial gives the following as the
seuseof the meeting:
1st That the verdict of said jury
was not in accordance with the evi
dence, the majority further holding
that the verdict was neither in ac
cord with justice, law, or reason, since
the murder of Jessie Stockton was
premeditated, hence not manslaughter.
The opponents of capital punishment,
while expressing approval that Alten
baugh would not suffer death, regret
lngtnat the law in the c:ise forbade im
prisonment for life.
2d. That Judge Rouse, in sentenc
ing the murderer to the longest term
of imprisonment permitted bv the
State laws, had ruled in accord with
public opinion, with reason and with
justice, and thereby secured the ap
proval of all law respecting citizens,
and of the association.
3d. That in view of the report that
a petition for the pardon of Alten
baugh was being prepared for presen
tation lo Governor Bishop, this asso
ciation protests against such pardons,
to the Governor setting forth the facts
of the case, and a majority of the la
dies present signified their attention
to menioralize every succeedinggovern
or (if life permitted.) not to pardon
Altenbaugn, believing his imprison
ment until the expiration of his sen
tence will conduce to the welfare of
society and the reform of the mur
derer. Small Fire. A fire broke out this
morning about 7 o'clock in an ash bar-
5 el In the rear of the premises of Rev.
. Crouse, on Walnut street. Red hot
coals had burned the side of tho barrel
and ignited the fence, against which it
was standing, separating the two
premises of Mr. Crouse and Mr. J. J.
Fisher. The llames were discovered
by Mr. Fisher, and by his promptness
were extinguished before serious
damage was done. Bucyrut Forum.
Butklen's Arnica Salve. The best
salve in the world for cuts, bruises,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chap
ped hands, chilblains, corns, and all
kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
in every case or ruonev refunded,
i'riee 25 cents jer Ijox. For sale bv E.
Mondav morning l o vouiiif bos bv
the name of Mevers and Eunelhati
started out to hunt rabbits, and after!
succeeding in running oue in a hollow
log in the woods of Mr. Daniel Carpen
ter, lli miles east of town, young
Meyers picked up the ax to chop "a hole
in the log, and while in the act of do
ing so he slipped aud at the same time
throwing the ax a distance of 0 or S
feet in the face of young Engelhart,
w hich resulted in cutting a severe gash
was dressed by Dr. Meyers and at the
1 otaat -aiir-t lia U'lo arl a-vi rr m nnl I n j
Ia. W- .
Lemn. it is from the rind of the
Messina lemon that Dr. Price prepares
his special Flavoring Extract of'
Lemon. While other Lemon Extracts
in a little time have the taste and odor
of turpentine. Dr. Price's will keep for
any length of time retains its intense
The Clyde Entrrpru editor w as out
calling Xew Years and thus speaks
a Tiffin ladv:
Of one ballad that we heard isung,!
however, though we do not remember
me line, we cauuoi retrain iroui
litieaking, in justice and compliment to
the lady from a neighboring town who
sang it who will thus pardon us for
singling out her name Miss r lora
Poorman, of Tiffin, w ho w as assisting
Mrs. C. E. Bunnell in receiving. For
clear, distinct enunciation of each and
every word and syllable, which is to
many a chief charm in music, we have
never neara it exeeiiea anywnere.
Buikleus Arnica alve. The best
salve in the world for cuts, bruises,'
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chap-,
red hands, chilblains, corns, and all
LinHs of Hk-in enmiions This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
L. - i u,""", '""""
Price -Jo cents per box. i..r sale by
K. 15. Hubbard.
Free of Cost. The most wonderful
remedy of the age is now placed with
in the reach ot alL "lie he rich or be
he voor" it costs nothin' to eive this
iv aa va. uiia a-r aas- tivu x-a, trs
, , -r . J .. . . 1 I l".s..-
California "Golden Compouxd.
l..,:Zl.. ..oif.tl'u,. ""r'l
Dvspepsi'i Sick eahe Low Spini
: " ?rr--''-w ""","i v-yiu -
and speedy cure, Xo person shouldbe
without it. In order to prove that it
tu order to prove that it
w ui uo aii we claim lor it you are giv-!
merits, and show vou what a regular
one dollar size bottle will do. For sale
u x.. iiimuwa, nmn, unio.
There w ;t.i a er Uro ..... .Lincc
at the j. e. ("hureh on unda evei;
ing to hear ren. Cibvn's le-ture on
InL'er-!!ism." Kverv parr of il.e
Chi;reh was p Ue). The!--:tir- m
profoundlv ehiurrt!. and wa listnetl
to with the rlne-si a:ntioa tJirou'h
out its deli ven, whit-h jroupied ab-ut
an hour and a half, it wa a i,'rai;d
sermon." was t'ie rdii uf the
A shipr.kl ailor wairia for
sail is like a bu-inss m.va sitting at
home and niirsiu a couifh or cold.
Get Bull's r.iuh Syrup and be
cureL fn!y 2i cents a bottlfl.
LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
fi.oAKs aud furs are offered at
than eost. at K. W. Shawhon's.
KlHBVit.il Ueos. sell th-t
wa2.ui in the m fkt. rheao .n
ii i want to buy blai i. tashmeie.
worth l.s-, for resits fier vard. no
to II. A. Hoxer's'.
ti'nji) kij ixots, th tt will turn ihr
water, made of old style tanned leath
er, at F. A J. fo!f's. ;et a pair and
, Schinness' Also the best cent cigars
Xo.!jn the city, the American and Tra
ill. Trv them.
;hjd ealii-o, i cents, good muslins,
'., rent per yard, at H. A. Rover .
ri-lHS.M'oH Bros, sell the htst bent
waiu hound on long time.
xjkky to IInvi:
) the chep shoe man on
l oipoite the C.un House, is going to
! quit the business. He is the man thai
' ',rouKnt down the priMs in shoes. .Shoe
dealers don't like him much. .When
j he closes up, shoes will gj up again.:
! Dont fail to attend his thirty-rtavg'i
sale if vou want to save mone. .
Fresh arrival of Key West cigars at
Till o roi r 1 1 1I rh tar nf Liikt. '.ml
.h-'Jiii ,,,.,,.: v il v.,ri
onlv clianee to invest fori79 at nricea
I mS rJhe o L raS for
I m 3leil.,, 1,16 '"I? , ,, r.8nt ,. ,
i other business. IJont rail lo call at
iiacus cneap shoe atore, ophite
r lege i furniture store. Marker street,
A new lot of meerschaum and brier:
. . , , . ,
1 P'. and a llnd stock of rijars car
' now be found at
We a e just receiving a new
splendid stock of Hamburg.
j you will find as cheap as at any store
; in Seneca county. It. V. Shawha.V.
.t ut ?.w the like me way
boots and shoes are sellinu :ir Mack s
uanttrupt nnoe lore, on Jiarket
sireei, opposite tne .oun iiouse. lie
; is making a clean sweep of the whole
stock in order to close up in thirty
days, and is having an immense run.
Large sales at a great loss, but cash
and wanting to quit does it alL Store
! fixtures, safe, etc, for sale at half cost,
or your own price.
''L'NAHLE TO Do AN" HorB'a) Wobk." Soeh
wm Ibe condition of Henry Holder, of .St.
Arm and. P. Q., before commencing the use of
the Constitutional Catarkh Kemkdy.
One bottle gae relief, and lour enUreiy re
stored blm so as to enable him to do tbe hard
est manual labor. Tbe remedy 1 sold bv J. P.
Neuralgia is a word derived from two Greek
words signiflng nerre poio. Any oue who has
suOered from this disease knows how acute
the pain follows tbe course of a nervous branch,
extending through all Its ramifications, making
lite a burden. From tbe oa'ure of the dlse.ie.
Internal treatment alone cannot reach It. Nar
cotics and opiates relieve by benumbing the
senses, leaving the paUent more susceptible to
the pain afterward, the nerves being weakened
by tbe use of these drugs. La tenon's Curative
beals and soothes, giving tbe tortured nerves
the power to recuperate and strengthen, till
the disease loses Us bold entirely.
The. Bloom Township'Sabbath School
Association will meet in the M. E
Churt h at this place on next Sundav
afternoon, January 12th. at 2 o'clock.-
following questions will be dbv-i
-What are the encourage-
ments in the Sabbath School work V
and "The old method and the new."
Let every body turn out and take an
active part in the work.
Moses Miller returned to Toledo on
Cries & Dellinger took iu a large lot
hogs Ht this phuv on last Sat ur-
Communion services will be held at
the M. E. Church at this place on next
Sunday morning. The presiding elder
Miss Annie Keller and Miss Xellie
Stevens, of Sulphur Springs were the
guests of I- D. Revington cn Sunday
Elias Miller has been having auction
in Hosier's Block the past week.
Warren Freeze spent Sunday in Tif-i
fin with his parents.
Charley EinseL of New Ualtimore,
has bean sp?uding a few days with his
parents at this place the past week.
Clint Culver and Miss Jennie Krll
ley were married on last Thursday
evening at the residence of the bride's
parents. Rev. S. Shaw officiated.
A. D. Einsel and wife spent a few
days with their friends in Clyde last
Robert Reed and family returned
: home from Pennsylvania last week,
j Klahr & Klahr have ju)t received a
new lot of jewelry and spectacles which
ther are oflerinS very cheap.
H. Einsel & Co. have shipped from
this place, since Julv. nearlv 200 car
loads of wheat.
Prayer meeting is being hbld in ihej
Presbyterian Church every night this
Rev. Jone-s of this place, is atill con-;
tinuing his meetings at Melmore.
D. Behin is laying in a good supply
of ice thLs week.
Ben. Spitler has just returned home
rrom -C"I- "e is enjoying
'U.loV. I j i i -
: health and is looking welL
The 1. 0. 0. F. of this place gave a
public installation of officers on last!
The sleighing remains excellent, and
the people are making good use of it.
We can hear the merry Jingle of the
bells almost any hour of the dav or!
J. Emerii k.of Fremont, was in towu
Miss Ella Farver, of Tiffin, was visit -
ing Miss Clara Reese last week.
Chirlie Ash was in PitNhurgh over
J. D. Reese was iu Cleveland lasl
R. Adams, D. I). ;. M avompanied
by I). Alcott ami C. Y'oung, of
toria, installed the officers in
Lodge of the I. O. O. F at this place,;
on the evening of the 1st of Januarv.
vu"u "rv" capers
in 'Squire Lvber2ers familv uirain.
His daughter, Emma, aged seventeen,
naa oeen keeping the companv of;
. h ... ,:,. lh. ...1, f v
; parents. A week ago last Sundav
evening she went to the Ark Church,
where she met Mr. Kime. The Young
couple having made up their minds to
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iaunc" oai on tne -matnnioniai
rnaj -xr.A sj'ftr. a-I w m
. . "fr"'u oi
N t ' T ? ,
.. ,, . .:.,,-.,
molner- iy returnea home on Tues -
a " receuru iUe (urgiveness
dayonI received the forgiveness
the old folks, and now they seem as
The Fvangelicals are holding a pro-
traded meeting at the Shale Church,
GOING LIKE HOT
Nothing But Best Quality of
Nothing Shopworn or
AFFOKl)IN(i AX OlTOiriTNITY TO SKCl'HK
BARGAINS UAH ELY PHESENTE1). OUH
Daily .sales since -openim; day." go
to show that we ahe giylmi ha he
Bargains ! Bargains!!
Offered, eit Prices
OR VALUE !
On New Year's day, by Rev. War
The "er. Mr. Xoah Laphain, of Reed town
cussed: j jhiP. and Mrs. Celia Bugbee, of this
j place, were united in the holy bonds of
matrimony at the bride's residence.
We understand a bakery is to be
I started here in a few days.
! Mrs. Warner started Tuesday morn
Monday i ng for Canal Dover, to visit friends.
According to their established cus
of torn, the Hall family held their annual
j re-union on New Year's day ; this year
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. X. E.
InanHval rtunn- the hoi.-
' yS' eommencln2 f-Mm eve,:
I Very wdl ttended- on M "f the
f severe cold weather.
Xue .EoHan H dance ;
ChristmM nifrht, which wa-i weU at-'morning.
tended.and pawed off pleasantlv. Thev '
; luciiiiiuiinuuuuc fcuab iiiaini at
HaU. Thu rsday eve nli ,g. had
Tbe minstrel troupe that played at,
a crowded house. By request the bovg
; repeated the play on Monday night.
r nuay evening last ine laaies gave;
: " -New England supper. All In attend-
j ance had a splendid time and a square
meal for once.
The euterUinm ml given om KMur-
uay evenmg, o.nsisting or tabieaux.1
music, etc irave ioud satisfaction.
ua tuesuay evening me lottery -
' uriiwuiij cauie on. i ne ursi prize, a
'cook stove was drawn by Ed. Gray,
I The second prize, a chair, was drawn
j by Christy Mansfield. Fred. Scott i
drew the lamp, and August Carey thej
painting. The wax doll was drawn i
I by Pat. Shaw. Leroy Rice drew the
The Carnival ended New Year's
night with a grand ball for the benefit
of the Republic Brass Band.
Dr. Robeson, of Belle vue and MLss
Eve McElroy, of thLs place, wera mai
ried on Christmas eve., at the residence
of the bride's mother. Rev. Baker of
ficiated. John Hopkins has returned from
One more curse is auded to this
place. Another saloon.
Tom. Pancost is clerking for Stick
uey A Dentler.
The Baptist Sunday school held
their Christmas exercises at their
church on Christmas Eve. A very
p1!11119 , ,
Tbe Methodists held their exercises
on Christmas night and a large, atten-
live audience was present to witness
the exercises and distribution of pres-
The I mon schools rommence.1 Mon-
Childs, of Republic. Although not all
the were the occasion
X. Y. Z.
MATTERS IN FOSTORIA AND VICINITY.
Hon. Charles Foster and family
for Washington last Monday.
John Sheridan, formerly of this place,
is now clerk at the Commercial House,
Business is reviving. Our streets
present lively appearance. .
Philip Wammes shipped a car loadj
of flue horses to Troy.S". Y last Sat ur-
Sheriff IJnton, of Lucas county.
j passed through here on Wednesday-!
having In charge a lot of prisoners for
the Ohio Penitentiary. Among the
number was Louis Altenbaugh. the
murderer, formerly from Tiffin.
A new band has been organized in
this city, containing fifteen members,
under the leadership of David Crom-
The work of laying the gas mains
will bs commenced as on as the
weather will permit.
Ex-Sheriff Acker moved his family
from Tiffin, to this city, last week.
The Flechtner Bros, butchers,
slaughtered a steer, last week that
weighed when dressed 600 pounds.
The amount, of freight forwarded
from Fostoria on the different rail
roads, during the month of December
footed up 14)00,067 pounds.
The Relief Hook .and Ladder boys
received their new suits last week.
The entire outfit cost about S400.
A horse attached to a sleigh, in w hich
were Bond Weirick and MLss Minnie
Huss,of Tiffin, took fright in this
j city, on Wednesday night of last week.
and ran away, throw ing the occupants
i out. The horse became detached from
the sleigh, and was found the next
' morning a few miles east of the city
' The sleigh was badly demolished.
A young man named Heistand. llv-
i ing west of towu, accidentally shot
I himseii through the hand with a pis-
tol, a few days ago. making a evere
C. 8. Eiey. of I'pper .:iiidu.-ky,
opened a barber shop here last w eek.
Amos Mohler, proprietor of the C en-
; t ml House, has brought suit against
four insurance rompauies to compel
them to pay their loss on his hotel,
damaged bv tire several months ago.
-i i: '
, m nu aui.mui v -i.iso.io. .
Fostoria has sven lawyers and four-1
; teen doctors.
iiartm Brown, an old jentlemau of
,hi ,it, M ,:,,. ,;.h ,,,,,, ,
i few days ago. We learn that he is
' slowly recovering;
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n. t . .ruuis, no ius .Ks-n cniuinen
to his house by an attack of quinsy. i I
up ana arouna again.
f.oij T lr,-Z- r . f .
.Tiffin, were biting friends m this:
interesting little daughter of
McDonnel died Tuesday of
1 last week, and was buried on Thurs-
Last vear ii"j worth of sumps
etc. we're sold at the Fostoria pok
The prospects for the proposed Col
lege are very nattering. The
XIib newly elated officers of Koa- j
instalW last Monda -enin. j
The flouring milLs at Bairdato wn.
were destroyed by fire last Tuesdav
The loss is estimated at
about l0.fXi.X The tire is suppose.! toll',
xassm committee report that they
;hae rolseu. tar. jirt,ooo. Twenty
thousand is the amount required.
De tlie worn or an incendiarv.
.it a in.-r:m
I.o,lge. I. O. O.
At a recent meeting of Fo-toria
F the following orti -
cers were elected
X. G.-X. M. Cake.
V. O. John Kibler.
K. See. Martin Adajiu.
-rL v ATE
The installation of the above otlicers
will take place on Fri.lav evenine.'bv
t n vnh isro
At the regular meetinii of Fosiwiu
i . i.. v. o.. r- .an u.u .. - .
Lodge, Xo. 86, K. of held on Tues-
eveninjr of last week
ing officers were elected fur th enu
' ing term:
t C.-A. O. Croo?.
C. C K. A. nale.
V. C U. W. Snirely.
Frelate.- D. Muetter.
M. t F N. P. Bobbin,.
M. ot E. W. 1. LobMa..
ki. ot K. and S. Bruce Joat.
M. at A. Moses Smith.
On the evening of New Year's day,
Hon. Chas. Foster. Col. L. F.Ue Wolfe,
of Hudson College, and Prof. "'. YV.
Oakes, of Xorwalk. formerly Superin-
itendent of our schools, delivered ad-
.1, v.io.,ti..oi ..:.,.. o, .i'heln
r , , ,
L mon School Hall, to a large audi-
The term of office of John McDonel.
as Constable, expires in April.
An ordinance was introduced at the
Council meeting on Tuesdiy night of
lir u.M.1 ti. nrobibit f:wi ilriviinr'
within the corporate limits. ,
The Fostoria Comeily Company will
open a new Hall in Carey on Wednes-j
dav and Thursday evening of next
The City Hail is Ijeimr titte. up ith
gas pi lies.
A. J. Morg-an. of thi cin
Dr. Clemmer. of Kenton, and .Miss
Kate O'Xeal. of this city, were married
on Mondav of test week.
lonn J linen, ine ueniLsi, leunneu;
r , ... . , r . i
to Cincinnati on Monday to resume his
Fostoria is troubled with .eiiy
A few nights since the barn
of Lawyer Brown was entered and '
string of bells taken: and one day last ;
week Benjamin Simons, of West Mill
w as released of a couple of hide
In the city. i
The Flechtner Bn. ojiened another
meat market last Saturday. ;
The Comedy Company will present!
the tetnierance drama. "The Wine'
Cup," and the laughable farce. -Solon ;
Shingle," at Liberty Hall, on n.-xt !
The ladies of the Presbyterian
Church gave a supper at the residence
of Capt. F. R. Stew art, last Friday
evening, the proceeds of which
amounted to 80,'. After eiipper. Rev.
Hughes, in a few appropriate remarks,
presented Mr. Stewart, in lhalf of
the Sabbath School, with a
X. V. Phillips last week took a two
year old hog to Findlay which weighed
770 pounds. Who can beat this?....
About the first of February Messrs.
J. M. Beelman and James E. Grisw old
will commence the publication of the;
Findlay Journal, seeii-columu quar
to, independent newspaper Tues
day evening of last week Allen F.
Briggs, of Allen tow nship, was going
to Findlay with a load of wood on a
sled, and when within about two miles
of town, by his team running awav
or some accident, the sled was upset,
and he was throw n out with the load
of wood on top of him. He was dis
covered a few minutes after the acci
dent, but life was extinct, he having
evidently been killed instantly, as one
ide of his skull was been complete
ly crushed in and his nck broken.
The Coroner held an inquest, and ren
dered a erdict of death by accidenL
He was a young man about 24 years f
age, and had been married about a
year The County Mtrveyor has in
the last three years surveyed and pre
pared specifications for . county ditch
es, the lotal length of w hich is ii4 11
100 miles: and by appointment from
the Trustees of the several townships j
Couutv he has surveyed and
and specified W township ditches, the'
total length being 3-10 miles. This;
makes a total of 177 41-P'io miles of:
.. , , .
ditrhes located in thi County the pat :
three years. ;
"probably the largest in the count v. and
,h(t ,-rllln .
Over seventy tons of delayed
matter passed through Fremont last
Friday. There were seven car loads,
Twentv-two clerks were working at
i.- i u. . i .
lessness Th Fremont JA of
last week had the following: A white-
wood tree wa felled on the Lmlwig)
tract, in Seneca county, a few miles j
south of this i-uy, during the past
week by some employes of f. F- Ams -
uiu, .mn-miii uiiui, oi u;n mt, iu
whm (t(. now M which
containeyl. when cut, live twi
fot logs and one fourteen-foot
over 7.270 feet of timber. The tree was
the distance lrom i's roots to the nrsti
limb was eighty-four feet.
Not long sin'. John Smith was
doned by Gov. Bishop. Smith was sent I
Wood county three years ago '
with a sentence of fifteen years hang-:
ing to his neck and a future dark with j
the gloom of despair and death staring:
. . . . , . . Hr
at him from the portaLs of the prLson.
Paring the past year he had suffered1
When the Warden handed ihepoorf.-l-
then died with a smile on his face, and
the lon-ooked for pardon clutched in
his hand. Ilisllv was pla.vd in a
'rough pine box and interred iu the it
grave-vard. honlv after :, riohlv
town owning the nr.- and type, there-
making a permanent instirutinn.!
Last s.itur.i.iv iw. . hr i
tt l.en t.-, i h ...a,. ...;.i
feels iKidly alout the matter. He was
placed under arrest, but was snbe
thieves. fluently discharged,
much from consumniimi. ami ii was
for the reason that he had not lon to
live, that the Governor pardoned him.
.dressed and heavilv veilel ladv i-ill.tl
Uit the prison and evn-ivd hi r rittt
w ife of the dec..,s,M (.,,rivi,tJ
h;i.l his l,.iy disinterre.1 and departed
w it h il There is talk of suit in? an-
other p.ier at North Baltimore. It is
uroo.M to raise :. stork ..u,n.uv th
the name of Iluml-r Acre in rus-
tar. and got drunk and left to go home.
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As they went up the r.iilro.id
one hundred rods aovr town
tojped at the house of William -e-
:nan. a German, and began to pound
the door. T he old gentleman and his
sou William were at home (the rest of
the family tieing at a neighbor's) and
in bed. and were awakened o:it of sleep
bv the ii'.iv .Mi l ;i-,k-.l who w:i there.
Th:- visitors gave n. m.swvr !: said j
,. , ,. , , !
they :::ied man-laiteinpMl to lon e
thedo.i. William sprang to the door
and belli it an 1 cali.i ! his father to t
Vk i , '
m the window and shoot the dutch son
of a ". and one of them wont to the
window next ti the bed room where!
the old ;;,n had been s.eeping. and j
broke in three lights of gljs.. and they j
kept swearing. Thson said to his f.:th-;
er-don't let them ill ill 1 he window tl.-v i
will murder us." The old niai stand-
ing in the bed room door said to them,
"don't come in or I will shoot." He
said this twice and when they did not
di-sist, he shot through I he window and
ihe charge of shot hit one of them in
side of the face and kilbsl him almost
instantly. He staggered to the cor
ner of the house and fell and expired.
The other one ran away and could lie
Ir.li-eil some riist.'inre bv tho bliatut Hint
he got ..n him in trring to take his!
l.ri.t li.. il-.,.. M ll.l A T iZ. ......... I :
" .. "! -n. .-stumu m tjuiic
au inoffensive man, a good citizen, and
of the mail carriers, win
routes extended throughout the i-oiin-(Irove,
wre not enviable or desirable dur
while ing the cold of last week. Ileorge
Stewart, of Bueyrus. who carrier mail
over the tract of country embracing
the postothees of Oeeola. Poplar and
Buljo, almost met his death from the
hitter polar wave. While driving
along the Tiffin road late in the atter
Mondav nixn on the return home, the cold so
effected him that he became lienitmlied
and partly unconscious. When pasting
the house of Gottlieb Pi'eiftVr, a few-
miles north of town it was tint iced by !
one of the family that the reins were
hanging loose, ami that Stewart se-m-
ed unconscious. The horse as im.ne -
diately stopped and Stew jit carried in-
. . . , . , ...
10 me iiouse. ini'll even so nam . was
he chilled and so benumlicil were his
faculties that he scarcely knew that
he was doing, and had not his condi
tion been noticed by the residents, and
had he driven to town in his chilled
state, the horse would undoubtedly
have conveyed to his home a frozen
and lifeless body. By prompt and ju
dicious attention he was thawed out at
the residence of Mr. Pfeiftvr. ! he
remained over night.
gas works al Upper Sandusky arc
about completed The Catholic Fair,
at Upper Sandusky, considering the
"hard times," was a decided financial
success. The total receipts were
3l.fcoo.00, and expenses sk,;;; leaving
a net profit of 8i;:4.r.. Thomas
Xevil. passenger conductor on th C.
T. railroad, was avar.).-t th-
watch and eh lin. valued al '-:, and
netted the coniega'ion a'e.nt ..
arm's, lying on th tl-xr in front of the
tire-place. It is supioed thev per-j
ishe.1 rtnring the r-ent cold snap.
A Jackxiuviile. ria.,dispjt hofUn-
I, , j- . . ., , '
nay last inaicat-i thai the M!ar wave ;
extended far toward the sunny South :
The daiiy .papers of Hit- pa-l lew J
. . . , , i
days gave report! of quite a number of ,
deaths from the terribly cold weather
of last week. The following special to!
the Cincinnati i:.mm-rrinl relates a j
sad Ciise :
Mapli: R.vtid-, Jann.11 v i. party
of hunters discovered the Ujilies of ;
August Kneuzel and wife in a log.
iuiu i if nuici i.oiii tuis tuai-e to-
day. they having been frozen y, death.
.V drizzling rain, w ith sleet, fell last
night, thf thermometer falling to thir -
- .b..ie.. L',-.V.: : .
wit!, a"c.Kit'of t'hinVe. This is almost
iinprece.lente.1. notnini; of the kind
having len know n for at least thirty
vears. il ever, lr is nor wnnw-n vi-t
Philads-lphia 7'i u
1 1 : i v v:iv tie following
sylt we ri.A u,t iu lrullt j.
a .-m-iiiiu (ouiur ui'ii u:i u WT-3itri,
t-xlay. Ka. h one of the daily revolc-
tioiis of lh earth carriesi u, llLshing
aiong uver the r-se:laljle uislanc of
- 'i.im) iu:l-s. ant 4.i.iV i.7so.l.
The ,tistau.-e a.-cuipiisheil in the run
around the m,i, is something over 553,
'ulI-'- b to the daily
imil 1,11 Mu.lv.il.
e ;jo.0jo miles.
i iiis is tne jouniov lor which every
man, n -luiaii .iii'a i liiitl T IJ U14U
age to live until January 1. 10, has a
The i:s. Tounty RrJ;.trf -a.s ,.f
l!lP -" laru :
, rag imoi rai.c mina is a
slow in a iiuniii WLsdoin as a mule ls
jr, acquiring the siiiiill. sueet coarte-
:e.:- of life.
To Call and Get Our Prices of WATERPROOF
GRAINED KIP BOOTS; of Pure GUM BOOTS;
of CALF BOOTS; also of Ladies and Misses'
GOAT and KID OPERA Side-Lace and KLD
BUTTON BOOTS. In fact it will pay you to see
our General Stock and Get Prices. ,
Opp. National Hall.
P Fife it
Emineut Chemiata and Physicians certify that thes (roods ar
rree from adulteration, richer, more effective, produce better result
than any others, and that they use them iu their own families
Jfl "QUE PERFUMES are the Gems of all Odors.
STEELE A PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST CEMS.
Thm Brmt Dry Jimp rtmtt th, Wmrld.
STEELE & PRICE, Manfrs., Chicago, St Louis & CincianatL
TOOTHENC. Aaagreeable, healthful Liquid Deatifnr.
LEMON SUCAR. A substitnte for Lemons.
EXTRACT JAMAICA CINCER. From the Dure rout
The Effects of Cold Weather.
The viiidtiky Rrqi.it.ri: of
last had the following in n-ferem-e to
ihe rold weather and its effects:
THE B. & O. ROAD.
terribly from the cold. It was inipos
! s.,blp fwr !hem Vi ".main a! work about
The four trains inentioned in a pre
vious issue as being stalled between
Monroeville and this citv were rele.is-d
yttrday unt the last one was pulled
'"t"the yards heiv at ar.nt rmrovl(-k
went from this citv .in Ti.iirs.inr niCT,r
to the relief of these trains suffered
m a time. hct hot lires were kept up
in the caliooses and tlie men wr.
thu. enahM ia thaw theinselvr-s out
piercing wind that
whole night added
blew during the
to the discomfort of
oiit-!oor work. If the night had lieen
st'" r'ie r,u'" "'""''I have withstoixl the
nun ii iwitfr. ine jHxr animals
tnai wore in ine si.x-k nirs were e.-
to the weather from seven
oilixk on Ihurs'lay evening until
about three oVIoek yesterday after
noon. The horses were stiff and nmnl
when released from the cars, but thev
stood the mid much letter than the
of which were frozen to
'T'"- U!r ,li,"i as hard as a
stone, the horses and live hoi's were
pia,e;l in comfortable quart-rs here as
quickly as ixwsible, and will pmhablv
com? "t all right.
onuuetor iiarry Mew ai t. .l ine H.
& O, and a brakeman on that roaiL
started from the stalled train to come
to this city afoot. ti notify Airent
Hager of the condition or affairs,
fitr as Perkins but were almost frozen
on arrival there at about midnight.
They went to a farm house at Pel kill-i
and endeavored to get the fanner to
oicn his Iiouse and let them come in.
but he refused to do so, thinking prob
ably that they were robliers. They
then went to another farm house anil
succeeded in getting in. and hired tlie
farmer to hitch up his horses and
bring them to town. They arrived at
half past one o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Stewart's ears were frozen and
he was mettv badlv used un. The
brakeman stood the cold a little better,
but he - Mi prettv- stiff and numb. ;
"ie iifiye road, walked from ProtitV .j
St:lf lull tit Xfiiliriiovilli. thr iiifrht 'in.l
liother conductor on '
...... v ......
suffered greatly from the cold. Agent
Hager who went out with the relief
trains on Thursday night froze his ears
so that they t.irneit black, and every
particle oi' skin peeled off them.
some travelers who had received per
mission to ride from Monroeville to
this citv in the calKxise of one of the
frviilit ti-i rw tli-if iri.t t.t,.L- w.r
compelled of course to 'remain out on
the road all that niirlit and a bortion
of the next ilav. Among the iiasseij j
. ..; i . : . .
ii f wiV i L . I 1
niu.ia i iiii'iim, in hum i-iiv , aim .i iitie
Parish, of f berlin. oue oftlie nioneers !
oi tins section oi country, who was on
..... . :
ins way uere lo visit irienos. I lie
travelers were without f-vod for four-
teen hours, and the hungrv little rhil-
urtn rriei auuosi incessantly.
Iist evening the regular 'passenger
train, w ith two locomotives, and pre
ceded by two light freights, was start
ed out the first regular train either
way over the fl ic O. road since the i
arrival oi :ue passenger train on
morning. The tiasseuzer
train thai was sent out on Thursday .
7, 7b fe" t i
Shore roads, where it stuck fast, and
va in, tMiiiiuioiv s V viow uiui mv a act (a, v
... . . . , , . v. . i .i
niiriise inrruiu ii.il hi ieM mail
ail hour the punipH Of the locomotive
were frozen up so tightlv that thev
could not be worked, and it was found
necessary to semi for a yard engine to
pull the train bark to the city
THE C. S. & C. ROAD.
Tlus ro;ul has not sutferrd as lunch
from the cold snap as the other roads
have. Trains generally have encoun
tered very little snow "and have been
on time. A freight train, however,
got stalled Thursday night near Patter
son and prevented" the north bound
night express from passing. Conduc
tor Hinds, of the latter train, while
returning from the Mullet freight
train to the ulace w here his ow u train
was lying, a mile distant, fro.e both of
his ears badly. As soon as the freight
was released it pulled out of the way
of thu night express and the latter
..... r.. at.:- !... .....i.
siaiicu ini luia ill.... miii uuh a
broken rail, near Clyde about daylight
yesterday morning an
il Was illsal'letl,
the front truck of the baivage car be-
1111; uin&ru. .juie uieii limu ine nnii
" nanr'i whrili lic-rt a-f rA a-nt to
ly.le and repaired the dauiage. and
the train came in that afternou, seven
or eight hours lehind linn.-. The
weather down the Cincinnati, Sandus-
kv and Cleveland road was much
u.l.lr.. ll.q.. ia I, U r.,, 'Il.tii-1.,,.
i imri man ii n art uric ii , imi n...
A, Vnmt and .Sprifl(,ieM tflt mer.
cury went V. degrees lielow zero, and
at various place alon the line the
wither was from live to eight de-
Oh. pshaw! It only makes a cn
ofth'is vent ion liel. Realty's Ijark is a
heap worse thai, hi, bite.- iu,,,t.,H
f"h Iii.v's RepubbcanLsm L ;w
solid v that of the Joiiriinl, or that of
n,e y,v;.a-, or that of R. II. Haves, or
that of ai.v other man or of any new s-
iattx buck, again.,1 F.ier. This
w iu ,,,tr. r.t i r ... . i
tne 1Kjrt v.c7i. Eua'irr.
paper m the party. He w as too goo.1
ddivr rliinng the war to waste bis
ti iTiaa in t.n rL imr if til v n ir sajiIi 1 ia-r u ltd
de-rve. quite as decent treatment
at the hands of the Ifepuhlican press
s""" "f ' ,",r"' gaj"d soldiers so
lavisnn ""iiumh i" out n-ian-
iruce? The entire giotuid was fought
ox er last year and the only result was
to weaken the lb-publican part. This
year, of all tit hers, the party can allow
no internal tights, miles at its peril.
We have a irood many stalwart notions
onrself. but we manage to cork them
up and would like to see others do ihe
same. Let tth sides drop the quarrel
and get don n iu a position to tidt the
unhallowed" Iiemocracy. That will
lie a job which will require all our
efforts. K(e.ter is a g-od Republican.
Reatti. ; is (.nk and sa, is
A men-hint refused a .'.. Ua of
gold at one of our banks yesterday.
Just tr lis w ith a t i ' or tvto of that
stuff. We never ref,,- when ten-
dered in that quantity or any other.
k-ba. ks--H-n.s- p.di,.y fellows
I the hat'bel. or ilnhinsl a
'Pins is toi.ivK notice that o.n
r f i
s HKKEBY 1VEX TMil THa
-. uiiu- mjucu iiaa mrn ppouul ueciu-x
.IOH.N I KttSH.l.N
YlU'lt li ls HKHKBV GIVEN. THAT TH
uuilersiftiied has been appolnled admlula
tratur. wlih ibe will anni-ed, of Ibeestnaul
J:im H. itueaih. late f snees County, Ohtia
!-- JOHN U. IKlax..
HOOK AMI LOT ON PKKKY SfBSfel
liiKi contains seven larve roonw, tmiii
houte. iikhI Uouv. eounet-ted, lare brtca.
baru. lot i tii front. oundant fruit.
M-.) lot, ;:. 4. ii. and half nl lot in SpaylbS
Ailitiiion lo ihe rily nf Tllttn. Very driraWe.
:uil i-Iir.i for i-ah. Kngulre ni
. H. NH RIVER,
Orol nhahau Hou-e.
11 A UK is. i NOKI.K
School Examiners Notice.
'rilKsCIKNil. FX A MINERS OF SENECA
I 'ouni will examine teacbei at the school
building, near the c s. tt C. depot. In Tlmu.
Ohio, on ihe third Saturday of each montb ;
:iIho on tbe llrtt Saturday ot Sept.. On. and
.Nov.. ik;h. Applicants are required lo be pre
cut :tl o'clock.
Il Is usHess to applv for private examinations,
anie-daling and reuew ine of certlttealin.
B. F. MVt Ks.
Clerk of Bwunl.
II. C. Voiker.
, Before Ilanlel Dtldliie.
a. V.. ( llulon Ip.
Seneca Co, UUW.
OF DECEMBER. A. I.
N THK. ?lt IAV
IH. .uli J ml ire iwued au order ol au
l:i?hnient and Knrnlihee in the above aetluu
for Ihe vim nl siiy-foiir doilars aad forty-live
rents i4.v. S:iid ease is set for heariug
Ihe :l-l dav of Junnarv. A. 1. ISTs.
Alioraev for Flalutlt.
Mini ).. lvr. --Mill, ih;s. aia-at.
rial"). II in. I A
II. C. Voelker.
Col 1 Uefor ImnlW IMldlue
J. r.. Cllntna Ip.
I seneeaeouniv. Ohio
i )"THEasth day of dkcem
DECEMBER. A. D.
order of nt-
1ht Hie sum of tnly-seveu dolL-us uod Unnv
said ease Is set lor Bearing on toe
Fehranrv, DCS. at anViuek A. H.
II ALL & rlTTE.NUEH.
Attorneys for I'UJjitlS..
:. is:. uis-ii
a 21m day oi nwamivr. .. u. 1ST,
rant In bankniiHoy wan Issued aaalnal tho e.
Lite of JoMph liwyun, of Tldiu, lu Uve eoumv
ol seueita, anil state of ihio. ho has beea ad-
lodged it bankrupt
the pavnient ol am
on his ovrn DeOliou : tnai
y delxs and delivery of au
Proie-riy t-iouif!!i lo na-ti bankrupt, to blm or
ior nis use, ami me iran.ier oi auy propeny d
n."n- "T forbidden by lavs : thai a meeilna of
th. tmi.ii. .j miii Plonk.
the redilors ol said bankniot lo prove their
mate, will be held al aeourt ol baiknmlev. lo
lldeu al Norwalk. Ohio, liefore FrankUu
TVTS:- dy j!,nuur'
N. B. FBENT1CE.
. Marshall, as Messenjer.
All'v lor Fellnooer.
Nobi.i A !
A Cheap Farm For Sale!
rhs uu1rsai(iui oaer a fan, lof iiat, rua
rainiiia i.v a-re.
..n-.j.aii miles aorlhwest of Ueuton Crawford
eunlv. O.. and lliree miles rM of itvearaore.
w vauoiH rouniv, ana is uuiier a gnoa scai ua
hivation. SA aeres are. cleared : a good bou-ie
two btims. good bearing orchard and spletidid
iT w.nir.i y a spring ruuoinc through ud
irni, and a very eonveniem and desirable Ua-
ration. Two and one-hall mile front U
hoitM-roy A Toledo railroad, lor lunlier par
ticulars rail upon or write lo Ibe subscriber
I'oplar po-doQVe. Crawford county, which lii
te prom pi 1". re.pfidel to. HI OH Lkt
Receiver's Sale of Real Estate.
UV MKIl K OK A OK 1)111 UK THt
Curl ofCfimmoo fleas of seneca county.
Ohio, in Ibe mailer of Alfred '. Nneaih. r. Ibaj
Ohio Shoe Companv. I will offer al puMle sau.
a! tne door of trie Court House, In in clly o
TiiQii.Senei'aCo.,0.. on Saturday, the bda
of January. Id, at lb oViot k, A. M Ibe t-A'.'rm
nig descrtWd real esi;ue and niachiner. sliu
aled in Hie cttv rif ilrtlu. Seneca evHiniv. Ohl.
and described as lols 7. and lu block seveu
Irki,. ,a.,.,i, .h- o., ,u -I I..
Oolo- tK,iher ,iu ibe ranoiy buiuiinir stand'
ing lliere.in. and Ded machinery and uilurw
of the Ohio Shoe F';iciorv. in s.-ud bulidlug.
IrHMS or sai.k : One-tblnl b. ooe
third in months and one. third In is uaontb..,
deterred pa menls lo be Hccured bv mod.
upon tne premises, with interest at H ocr cui.
uer annum. .ppraiwsl al .otai.
A. . BARBOCK.
Tilfiu. Ohm. e.-. ;l'.t. ISTS. Keoenea
GEO. HOMAN. Proprietor.
Near the B. L 0. and C. S. C.
road Depots. Tiffin. O.
Ini. lloicl ba krn nevlv liuulsbed aud ie
dned aud affurd comfortable a-eonodatloaf.
for ihe traveling efimniiinity rnd hart1er,
Tiitin. ('.. April 1st. l7. a s.
Tiffin Union Churn Company!
l M K St Tt'KKK Ol
And Other Wooden-ware,
PINE. OAK and COT
ING. SIDING, Etc.. Etc.
Surface Planing and Matching So
licited. (t',?S:tll-f.l-f till FiarsnfeeU aft4 fHi.-es tea
nat.te. a is if.
llilfr tfiltr nri'jfitiOiS 11 Iff flir-ml.l
M,im-,;h, ftr the TRIBI'XE. It U the
'"'"t flr ,h'H(h '';.fri,M
DislrM. . .