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TIFFIN JjUBUXE
Local and Miscellaneous.
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fO AOVETIE Tk. TritwM at lero.r
ewcatati. ? " 'y
ijui'l iT THREE paper M the
i. All CvlklnunicalMli. mint
be ae.Hupai.t.l by the name ul lue nir.
luot fur rHttiiHSAtioiir but a a jrnar ni-- of r.xxi
faiUi.l or Uiey will ku Into the a-vl-ba.Hk-L
MicM. Ele. Birth, am are and llealh an
B4rauceueutA rKKI. Kiv ftf uU a line will be
clayed fur obuuarie. afvuiijuanyuir d-atli
Ajau-xiuermnil-. aau sumo fur lite re..) ulimi by
uneLieei u udiiut) ruarac-ir. u urtia
tiuu be luadc from llua ruio.
Tlffla, Tlsnnrfay Ere., iprfl 24, 179,
Bmeaber the minstrels to-iii:ht.
Xew shirting at Buyer.
Tfce street sjinuklcr was jiut on the
streets Monday last.
Xew line of hue curtain, at
York City .Store.
Xew
The laying of water mains was lx-run
this luc-ruing
If yo want to buy a good corset,
to Yiugliiig' first.
Xew parasols at Buyer's.
go
Im circuit line of hhirts and fancy
i:M-kw-ar at Wineman's.
The best laundried shirt in Tihin,
;u will find at Yin fling's.
Freak lUder, of Clyde, wan in this
city .n Monday last.
A full line of jdaid and fancy riMions,
:.t lUr.y;'.
'riik Baltr, of Chicngo, was in
the city this week.
l atriinaied Hats from i". cents up.at
Xew YoikCily Store,
X warm shower of rain would be ac
ceptable. Vegetation needs it badly.
MunUnu are at bottom prices, .it the
Kew York City Store.
Tke lirt ea.soaablc day during April
wa Tuesday lahL The air was warm
and the wind from the South.
F. H. Byaa was d(;feall for City
Clerk Monday evening last. Ife ban
made an efficient olBoer.
If you would save money and drink
the besl of coffee, buy Martin Ac
Xfcgcle'a ro.ihted coffue.
Kay 30th is Iecoration Day. It
time our iooile legan to prepare for
it.
Sew dress goods at Boyer's.
! can guv money by buying
bleached and unbleached muslins at
Yingling's.
WkiU vests, cheap, at J. B. Frost's
Mr. Mitchell, formerly of the Iesh-
Jer Flog, has begun the publication of
a new paper at Weston, Wood county,
A custom made unlauudi ied gentle
man's shirt for r0 cents, at Nicolai
& llolderman's.
X. X. Flslie, of New York, formerly
a resident here, wo in this city during
the week visiting his daughter and
friends.
Excellent styles in dry gxds and
low prices at the New York City Store,
No. 2 Empire block.
Jos. II. Brwa, of Montana, is in
this city. He went west to grow up
with the country, but is not a pound
heavier than be used to be.
Before you buy dry goods or millin
ery, call at the New York Cily Store.
It will benefit you.
to
A new arrival of fine suitings, com
prising the late styles for spring and
summer wsir, made to order, cheap
for cash at J. B. Frost's.
Colored shirts with two collars to
match for 50 cents, at Wineman's one
mice clothing house, iiuihIkt 104
south Washington street.
Sew white goods at Boyer's.
White and pink stockings, one of
each kind, are the latest style. Short
dresses and low shoes are supnosed to
complete the novelty.
Mr. Creeper's portable saw jnill was
set up on the farm of I). M. Neikirk,
Monday. Mr. Neikirk has several
hundred logs to saw.
lounfisnow receiving his spring
and summer stock of millinery and no
tions. They are nice and cheap. Co
and sc. tlicm.
T-v 'i. & O. r jad will sell excursion
tickets to Sells Bro.'s show on Monday
next This will help to bring a large
crowd of people to the city on that
dav.
is
Oar special opening days for a grand
display of tine millinery will be Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, May 1st, 2d
and 3d. Ladies can expect to see a
fine display. J. W. IIoao.
C J. Tingling is now in New York
buying dry goods and notions. You
may look for some good grand bar
gains when he returns.
1Ut you seen the elegant line of
clothing and furnishing goods at Wine
maii's one price clothing bouse ? is a
question beard everywhere.
It U rumored that the price of gas
is to be reduced some time within a
short time. We are glad to learn this,
and all consumers will be,
Ladles, our millinery department is
now more than full of all that is new
in hats, silks, satins, ribbons, laces,
etc, all new and cheap.
J. W. IIoag.
Martia Jt Xtgcle seem inclined to do
their part towards sweetening the
lives of the people. They have just
received a car load of sugar, ove;
twenty thousand pouuds, which w ill
be sold very low for cash.
A larje and new line of parasols and
fans cheap, at the New York City
Store.
The civil docket for the term of
of Court begiing May 12th, has two
hundred cases on it and the number
will probably be increased fifty before
the assignment of cases tikes place.
lie unions. The Sacrament of the
Ixird's Sapper will be celebrated at the
English Lutheran Church of ;his city,
on next Sabbath, A. M. A full attend
ance is desired of all the members and
friends.
it is astonisning now low goods are
marked at Wineman's, and all iu plain
figures. A boy who is no judge of
goods can buy as cheap and secure as
good a bargain as a man who has had
a life-long experience in the trade.
Elnora Barrack, s Tery intelligent
girl, died at the residence of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Barrack, in this
city, Friday last aged 14 years 6
months and 1 day. ller remains were
interred in Lemmert cemetery, four
utiles west of Melmore, Saturday.
Delightful Bonqaetfi. Dr. Price's Con
eenied Delight Pet Rose, Hyacinth,
Alista Bouquet Ladies' Favorite, and
his other handderchief perfumes, are
truly delightful bouquets. They are
certainly the most exquisite scents
that can 1 imagined the odors of
daiuty buils and rich blossoms.
One of our exchanges says that the
iibsnse cold weather of the past win
ter has killed the germ in seed corn.
We have not beard of any complaints
in this section. Before planting the
corn should be tested by soaking in
warm water or moist earth.
the
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or
to
last
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GRAND SUCCESS of the Opening of W! NEMAN'S One
Price
HOUSE!
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STORE CROWDED WITH CUSTOMERS FROM EARLY MORNING TILL LATE AT NIGHT ! THE LOW PRICES ! THE ELEGANT STYLES ! THE
STRAIGHTFORWARD WAY OF DEALING GAIN FOR THEM THE GOOD WILL AND SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLE.
J lie Jifin.eijs" I5ijmws ;.- :oi:i- in an iw run in wjuni we nu e hiorc-s, gives us anvanuiffi-s beconu u iioiip, r.iui -n;ins tis io sm our wnous ir i--ss man sinHllcr dealers liavo to pav for thfir Stix'k. It shail consUiuiv l c.ir aim t.i V-.n iwT.i
UH' F i KS U IV L' L'liTV! I.'l ;L lVf!l.M)L1 IV TUL" V.'LVT
IMMENSE ASSORTMENT, AND THEIR
every department the Lart Sto: k of C.oods. snit.iUe for all class,, at
-A. FTJT-ilLi -A2TID COMPLETE XjUnTE OF O-SISTTS' FTjrpoSTISIirisra- GOODS -A.T -A-STO!SnSH:i2NrO-IL,lrr LOW - PRICES !
Don't lniy one article of Mh.im, Boys', Youth.-,' or Children's, or Cents' I'tiniishii.g CoOus until you have seen oi:r stock and l-riccs. Any article purchased from uj not proving satisfactory can be exchanged or the money will 1 cheerfully refunded. ALL COOPS M VBKl'D IN" VI MX FICl'PKS
ami no deviation fn-iu the price marked.
WINEMAN'S One Price Clothing Store, 104 Shawhan's Commercial Block, Washington Street, Tiffin, Ohio.
Fred. Nemacbeeker and Nicholas
Herbert, of Fremont, were in this cily
Saturday la.st, and were linM for fast
driving. They had a s. rioui time lx--sides,
iia one of their lior-s became
lame in coining from Freinoi:!, and
they had to leave the animal. Tli'-v
got another hor.se at the stable of Mr.
I.'tz, and when they trot out to College
J T ill the animal laid down and died.
They returned to Mr. I'tz ami got a
team to go home w ith, he sending a
man along to bring the horses iw.
Justlfore getting to l-n inont the
horses ran away, one cf them was
killed and the carriage was bully
smashol.
'ew and Xeat. Winwnan's clothing
store in this r-itv is soun-thing of an
innovation on th.'! .old s!yl; of doiirj
things. All goods are marked in jilain
figures, and the xskiug price is the sell
ing price. 1 he room they occupy h:us
leen thoroughly overliaulisi and ro
litbtl, and is the finest room in North
ern Ohio. The Block of goods U im
mense and the display is fine. The
front windows are the 8jM-i.il attrac
tion in the way of show, and the taste
displayed in the arrangement of goods
is simply artistic. Saturday List was
owning day, and the store was
thronged with buyers. It is a big
thing.
The Mayor Monday evening nomi
nated, for night watchman Mr.
Kirchner and staled that he had lx-en
011 duty several days, or since the
tramp attacked Mr. Bennett over at
the railroad. The Council refused to
confirm the nomination, as it was
thought that the new Marshal, by at
tending to his duty, could obviate all
necessity for another policeman. It
is rather rough on Mr. Kirchner as he
was sjtecially active in "whooping it
up" at the late election with th-
promise of nav ia the way of a place
on the force.
Iter. J. A. Henscl, of Findlay, 0
has lx-en appointed pastor of the
Evangelical Church, on Washington
street by the Ohio Conference, which
closed its session at Lindsey, O, List
Monday. Kev. J. Ix-rch, the former
pastor, retires from active Ministerial
work in consequence of a partial loss
of Toice. The misfortune of Mr. I rch
much to be regretted. He wxs
very useful minister.
"Her Majesty s Ship Pinafore was
given at National Hall Saturday eve-
nine bv Eilie Ellsler's company and
was well presented. Miss Ellic al
ways plays well and her support was
generally good. Every one present
learned all about "their sisters and their
cousins and their aunts." Those w ho
did not learn all this missed a rare
treat
Michigan Stor .s. We call attention
the attractive advertisement of the
Michigan Stove Co, in this issue of
the Tkibuxe. The Michigan stoves
are among the best made anywhere
and have a wide reputation for econo
my in fuel, durability and convenience
For sale in this city by Ileilmau &
Labar.
The rush at Wineman's new cloth
ing house, 104 south Washington street
was so great last Saturday afternoon
that it was almost impossible to crowd
one's way in. It has never been our
privilege to witness such an eager
crowd to be waited upon. This shows
what a large stock of goods and low
prices will do.
Two drunken tramps were arrested
Tuesday night for using insulting
language towards Mrs. .1. II. Brown
und Mrs. I. E. Seney. The ladies at
the time were crossing the Washington
street bridge. A. Dean was passing at
the time and protected the ladies from
actual assault
See P. Van Nest's Sons' advertise
ment elsewhere. The reliability of
these gentlemen, home manufacturers,
beyond the shadow of a doubt, and
they are worthy of a liberal patronage.
They propose to meet the market and
will not be undersold and will give
purchasers good honest work.
Miss Lizzie Kefanrer, daughter of
IleY. Ij. II. Kefauver, died in this city
Friday last in the 20th year of her
age. The deceased w:w a teaciier in
schools and was beloved by all
who knew her. Her death is a sad
blow to her family.
Mrs. Dr. Hershi&er died in this city,
Thursday last, after a lingering illness,
aged 4:! years, f months and 22 da vs.
The funeral took place Sunday after
noon. The decc;ised was a devoted
mother and excellent wife, and her
ss is greatly to be deplored.
J.
1-evi
The Sunday School Superintendents
throughout the county are ernestly re
quested to appoint two or more dele
gates to the convention at Republic
next Tueaday and Wednesday, the 29th
30th. J. II. COLE,
C. D. SritACl'K, President
Secretary.
Digging for the water mains on east
market street began Monday. The
force of men is very light as the piie
layers have not yet commenced. A
larger force will be employed next
week. N. N. Spielman h:is the con
tract for digging the trenches.
The Rev. A. B. Struthers, of De
CrafE, Ohio, occupied the pulpit of the
Presbyterian Church, in this city, last
Sabbath morning, preaching a most
excellent sermon on the "Prosicc ts of
ChurclL"
Price of kid gloves again reduced.
button kid gloves at 35 and CO
. worth 75 cents and ?1.00. three
button for $1.00 worth $1.73. The
stock must be closed out
J. W. IIoao.
Thursday last M. Baumgartner's lit
V J girl caught one of her fingers in a
wringer, and the nmmlier was so badly
injured that it was found necessary to
amputate it
Spring lingers in the "lap of winter,"
elsewhere. To comie:isate for the
lateness of the warm weather we are
have an early circus. See announce
ment elsewhere.
A boy living on Monroe street had a
narrow escape lrom drowning on
Tuesday afternoon, by tho boat
upsetting while he was rowing up the
river.
P. Slmonis has taken charge of the
American House, in Fostoria. He
proposes keeping a first-class house.
and see him.
Don't fail to attend the minstrel en
tertainment to-night Good music and
will abound.
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a
The roof is on the new C, S. & C.
Depot and it is rapidly approaching
completion.
1 Tramp Outrage. Friday afternoon
1 last Ceo. IScnnett yard ni'istcr of the
B. & O. road in this city, ordered two
tramps, who had licen laying around
for several hours, out of a box car.
One of them got out and IL;; other at-t:-iiipt-d
to resist and proposed to fight,
Mr. Beimel struck him with a car pin
knocking him out of the c.ir. B -nnett
then went to the 'eiot to attend to his
duties. In a few minutes he went to
the door of the passenger room and
there nu t the two tramps. A few
wordi p.issed lytvveen them w hen Ihe
one w hom Mr. B-junelt hail not touch
ed drew out a car pin aad struck him
011 the ba' k of the head, inflicting a
severe wound and rendering him in
sensible.. As the tramp; left the rm
they met Mr. Kelley, line repairer, and
told him that a lu 1:1 in there (I
t) had struck th;?m, and they then
ran down the track. As oii as Mr.
Keli'-y found what the trouble w;us he
started after the fellows and ordered
several parties to stop them but no one
.-:ccmed inclined jiuriferc. Oni
party s-.;L a dog on them and the am
mal seemed to have more sand than all
the lest a:i.l ne.iilv lore tie: pantaloons
olf one of the tr.tm.i; uM not
stop him.
-v gener.11 c,i:i,; was limit jy gol up
but tram p., seemed to start up in al-
iiio.il every iciicc comer and 110 one
st.-eiiii.il to know whom to arrest. One
was finally taken in and k;-pt all night
and then let go.
At alKiut the time the striking tool
place at tin; depot there were enough
liersons there to have captured the
aggressors but for some unexplai liable
reason they did nothing.
Mr. Bennett was taken home and
cared for.
Marshal Ceorge, Saturday, arrested a
tramp at liloomvillu 011 suspicion of
being concerned in the attack on Ben
nett. Jie was examined before the
Mayor Monday and bound over to
Court and is now in jail.
J 11 the evidence before the Mayor
it was .stated that at the time thai
Bennett ordered the tram 11s out of the
car one of them drew a knife, nourish
ed it and attempted to cut Bennett
The latter retreated some distance but
finally h:id to strike the tramp in self-
ucrcnsp. Mr. Bennett is
rapidly.
improving
i.oard of Edncation. The Board
met Friday evening with Messrs Brew
er, Brohl, Hubbard aud Biinn present
1 lie following accounts were allow
ed:
a. m. nan, repairing clonic a i 23
onuige aiore, gra.-w scod oju
Isaac llaub, n-pairiiii windows s sr.
C. K. Dickinson & Co. desk a:h! i..t mi or
on motion It was ordered that the
schools Ik! dismissed on Monday fore
noon, April 21st to give the teachers
md pupils an opjiortuuity to attend
the funeral of Miss Lizzie Kefauver.
Adjourned.
ANNUAL MEETING.
iiieiioard of Education met April
21, evening pursuant to statute, fur
the purpose of orgaization.
1 lie members present were Brohl.
lluliliard and Bunn.
"A . I . oule presented hiscredentials
of election as a member of the Board
for the term of one year, and William
Lang and C. O. Knepper their creden
tials of election for tlie term of three
years, and all were sworn in as requir
ed bv law.
The Board then proceeded to the
election of officers for the coming year
with the following result: President
E.B. Hubbard; Clerk, J. F. Bunn;
Treasurer, W. P. Noble.
On motion it was determined to
hold the regular meeting of the Eoard,
during the coming year, on the first
and third Friday evenings of each
month.
On motion it was determined to put
down a sand stone walk in front of the
new school house, six feet wide and
the same kind of walk, inside of the
school lot, anil the building committee
w;is ordered to ascertain the lowest
cost of such walk.
Farmers' Motual Relief Association.
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At the annual meeting of Farmers'
Mutual Relief Association of Seneca
County, Ohio, held at the court house in
Tiffin, April is, S70, the following of
ficers were elected:
It. It. Titus. President .'
W. l-iwli.-;ul, vice l'reid.-iit.
I. M. Neikirk. Secretary
Peter llaettint; Tii-nmuvi-.
.loliu .Neiknk
Madison Klneli
KilHanl II. Snander
Joseph Kliuaiis.
II. llolirer
.lame l.oit
1. F. W halen " "
Keller
Anew lieekcr
K.J. Neiknk
i he Secretary s report showed that
policies were issued during the
year, insuring S2,o.-i2,iiV5 worth of
property. The entire expenses of the
Association during the year losses by-
fire, certificates of incorporation, print
ing and officers' salary amounted to
S2ti5.10.
The whole number of losses since
March 10, lsco, have been sixty-two,
amounting in the aggregate to $20,
t'CAM. To pay such losses, thirteen as
sessments have been necessary. The
entire amount assessed during that
time was 1 si-phi per cent, or less than
one mill annually, which included all
expenses. The showing is a remark
ably good one.
T. B. Long's Minstrels will give an
entertainment at National Hall this,
Thursday evening. The company is a
carefully organized one, and has none
but the Vu-st talent in it vocal, instru
mental, humorous and comic, while its
array of dancers is superior. It has a
very fine reputation elsewhere, and no
one should fail to attend the show.
Reserved seats may be obtained at
Hubbard's drug store.
Eli. Wednesday, April 3th the fine
School Hall, in Attica, will be dedicat
ed, on which occasion the impular
humorist, Lli Perkins, will lecture.
The lecture win be a rare treat. Eli
writes: "I will lie on hand to lecture
all hazards or rather al your town
Tell your ieople that I am alwavs
present when 1 lecture, always."
Saturday evening a burglar entered
the house of C. W. Cunningham, and
took from the trunk of the servant
;irl, Amanda Clay, !"0.o. Entrance
was gained by climbing on the roof of
shetl at the rear of the house.
The Truth. In tiio
States there is not a flavoring extract
inai is so valuable, so positive so ef
fcctual iu producing the most delicious
desirable and delicate llavored cakes,
pastry, ice cream, etc, as Dr. Price's
justly celebrated Secial Flavoring
Extracts. For sale bv D. P. Dildine A;
in
of
is
.
be
Mr. Dennis, who has charge of the
pile laying for the Water Works, re
turned to this city yesterday, after an
absence in the east of four months.
0. Z. Werner has canceled bis trav
eling engagement, and may now be
found at J. C Bryan's new store.
Fostoria IlivUw.
Long's minstrels have no suierior.
of
the
of
is
is
the
cial,
Organization of the Xew Council.
The Council met in regular session on
Monday evening lat.
All the old ineinljers were present ex
cept Ir. Livers.
The minutes of last meeting bt-in,
read and approved, the M avor took
the chair and called the meeting
to order.
J.is. W. Love pri-scnted his cer
tificate of election as Councilman
for the First Ward ; Josiati . I
Baker his certificate sis Councilman for
the Second Ward ; Dr. Fanning his
certificate as Councilman for the Third
Ward ; John Ehrenfried Lis certificate
as Councilman for the Fourth Ward,
and Peter Crammes hLs certificate as
Councilman for the Fifth Ward, all of
whom were severally sworn to snp-
ort tin- Constitution of the United
Slates, the Constitution of the State of
Ohio, ami to faithfully and impartially
discharge their duties as Councilmen
of the City of Tiffin. The names of Ceo.
Ernest and J;is. Iove were announced
for President Each having five
votes, the casting vote of the Mayor in
favor of Ceo. Ernest rendered him
Chairman of the city Council for the
term of one year.
The Council then proceeded to elect
a President pro lemjxire. The names
of Benjamin F. Myers and .las. Love
were announced. Mr. Love peremp
torily rel using to be a candidate, Mr.
Myers wa.s elected by acclamation.
The Council then proceeded tj elect
a clerk. The names of Frank Dildine,
Charles Sullivan, Sylvester Kiutz and
I'. II. Ryan were announced, and on
the eighth ballot Charles Sullivan
having received 6 votes and Ryan
votes, Mr. Sullivan was declared clerk
for the term of one year.
The motion of Mr. Sting that the
City Solicitor report regarding the
Fire Department election, was adopt
ed. Tha Solicitor ma le his report.
Mr. Sting moved that the report be
received, and that Mr. Roller lie con
firmed Chief of the Fire Department
which was lost
The Motion of Mr. Brickner that
further action in the matter lie de
ferred, was adopted.
The motion of Mr. Sting that the
City Commissioner be instructed to
file an injunction on Mr. Wiley re
straining him from running water
mains across the road way on bridges,
was lost
The Mayor having appointed, in con
sequence of trouble in the Second
Ward, an additional night policeman.
Brickner moved that the appointment
lie confirmed, which was lost
The Mayor having desired that some
improvements be mado in the furni
ture of the police office, the Commit
tee on Citv Buildings were authorized
to have them made.
Adjourned.
The Greatest Show on Earth Xext
Monday. In addition to the ample
proof already given in our columns
that the Messrs. Sells seem to have
reached the very verge of furthest
limit in perfecting a field entertain
ment of unparalleled size, variety, in
terest and character, read the follow
ing and then be on hand early on Mon
day next:
The Sells Brothers are gentlemen in
every sense of the word. 21 1. XterUity
Everything was shown as advertised
including the seven elephants and some
extras thrown in. Oil City (Pa.) Daily
uerricK.
No liner collection of wild beasts has
ever been exhibited under canvas.
Pittsburg Daily Leader.
The magnificence of display has per
haps lieen rarely equaled on the shores
of either continent. titciibencille (O.)
vauy ueraia.
It was truly immense, being the lar
gest procession of the kind ever wit
nessed here. Frankfort (Kb.) Jiouiul-
aooui.
The Sells Brothers have a first-class
and highly moral circus the best that
lias been in this city. 10, these many
days. urairforascuie (I tut.) star.
The parade was all that could be de
sired by the most particular. Puna
(ill.) fallatlmm.
In its report of the brilliant Elk So
cial at the Crand Opera House, Cincin
nati, last December, the Daily Eiinuir-
ersays:
1 lie- ieaiure ot mo evening, no
doubt was l'rof. Willis Cobb's exhibi
tion of his trained dogs, goats and
monkevs. Prof. Cobb has certainly
the best show of the kind ever seen 011
the roiid.
Mrs. John Gillig and her son, II. M
Cillig, of Virginia City, Nevada, are
this city. The Daily EnUron -, of
Virginia, has this:
Ilarrv M. Cillig, son of John Gilli
this citv, left hist Wednesday for
the East for the purose of joining the
Woodruff Scientific Expedition around
the world, which sails from New
York aUmt the sth of next month.
The steamer which carries the expe
dition will lie a regular lloating col
lege and will be well provided with
professors and teachers in all the lead
ing branches of human knowledge.
As far as we have heard Master Gillig
the only young man of Nevada who
will be of the expedition. San Fran
cisco sends W. II. Brittan, Edward C.
Williams and James Gamble.
Lost Boy. Ward Barber, aliout 10
years of age, left his home, near Rock
away, this county, on Thursday after
noon, April 17th, 1S70, without any
known reason, and his parents would
thankful for any information re
garding his whereabouts. His face is
disfigured, being drawn to one side by
apoplexy. He was hist seen near the
residence of Judge Bagbv, iu this city.
W.J. Baeber,
Rockaway, O.
Ball's Force Pump Washer. At
tention is called to the advertisement
Messrs. A. AV. Hall & Co. on the
second page of this paper. This com
pany has lieen manufacturing the
Force Pump Washer in this city for
pxst four years. We are glad to
hear of their largely increasing sales.
Agents are now being appointed iu
New England States where the
machine is meeting with its usual
hearty endorsement and rapid sale.
Xotice. We wculd call the attention
our readers to the new card of the
Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago. They
have made a further reduction in their
prices to suit the times. This Hotel
stands at the bead for its excellent cui
sine and splendid, service. The accom
modations being unsurpassed and the
ventilation is the finest and most per
fect of any hotel in this count ry.whieh
a recommendation now-a-days that
invaluable.
White & Blymyer have again pur
chased the Defiance Dtmo-rat. We
knew they would get into the printiug
business again to which they lelong.
Success.
I-ouis Wapner, of this city, has been
apiKiinted clerk of the Committee on
Expenditures, of which Mr. Finley is
Chairman. It is a verv pleasant
berth.
J. C. Moore, of the Toledo Commer
is in the city, working in the in
terest of that iiaper.
Charley Bristol has gone
Ijiiiis to join Coles' Circus.
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List of Letters p-maining uncalled
for in the Postothce, Tiihn. Mueca
county, O, April 21th:
Cliandlcr. lU-v.O. .V.M-.;ken. Clias.
Clemeil. Andrew. S. ilajcr. E. F.
I'oHt-U. Lyman. .Nelson. Minnie.
Cruin. H. i Power. John.
K-it-. M-"s. lousti. J.diu.
Ki- lier, Al. 4. IJodeii-r. S. D. C2)
EieldiiiL'. Jennie. Nuaffcr. Ileury.
Klovd. II. K. .M. II. Snxls, Solomon, c-)
lleit.-ilitiijer. A. S. Stone. Jeremiah.
Kaner. Lizzie. Swinehorls. ltne.
I.iimIsv. L'i. Wairner, Susan. E.
l-onif. K. M. Wagner. Mila.
M -k. E. G. Weyer. M ichael.
MrKenoii. Alice. Yuu'us, Ella.
-Miser II. I
Person. calling for these letters
please say advertised. All letters not
called for within four weeks after be
ing advertised w i:i lie sent to the dead-
J
L. WEIRICK, P. M.
The Fremont Journal of last week
hail the following iu reference to the
Rev. Mr. Bigger who was hist week or
dained r-s Pastor of the lresbvterian
Church iu this city:
Mr. Bigger is a graduate of Mon
mouth College, III, and of the North
Western theological Seminary. He
has lain red in Tiffin as a Licentiate
since last summer, and has provided
lor the payment of a debt which f
some years has lieen a serious bunk-
to the congregation. lie acquitted
iiimscu creuiuiiiiv 111 the examination
Medical Association. A meeting
the Northwestern Medical Associ
lion will be held in the City Hall, Tif
fin, Thursday and Friday, May 1st am
2d. A large attendance of the medi
cnl fraternity is expected. Thursday
evening Prof. M. C. Cuykendall, of Bu
cyrus, will lecture on the subject
"The Facial Angle; is it an indication
of intellectual capacity?' The lec
ture will lie free, and the p- blic is cor
dially invited to attend the meetings
and lecture.
The local weather report of the Kan-
dusky lley Uter is more complete than
that of any other paper received at this
office. It is particularly valuable to
those who are interested in that uni
versal topic the weather.
Hare used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
and pronounce it the best medicine in
use. A case of consumption here was
cured by its use. We cheerfully rec
ommend it to all sufferers. Jeffress,
Rolierts & Co, South Boston, Va, Nov,
ll, IN LI.
LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Harness oil, by the pint, quart or
gallon, cheap, at Poorman & Son's.
At cost! Paint and varnish brush
es; coach and furniture varnish; letter,
note and cap paiier, blank books and
envelopes, to close out stock. Thcabove
goods will be sold at cost, at
Green's City Drug Store,
2t. Snyder's block, Tiffin, O.
Fi'll and complete stock of sugars,
teas and coffees at Martin & Negele's.
Horse brushes Cheap, at Tiffin liar
ness Factory.
Plenty of Neshannock, Early Rose
and Peerless potatoes at Kirchner
Bormuth's.
&
Harness made of old style leather at
bottom prices, at Tiffin Harness Fac
tory.
New Brussels Carpet
arriving daily at the
Tiffin Carpet Store, at
75 and 85 cts. per yard.
More new spring goods received at
F. K. Shawhan's which will be sold
cheap, for cash.
Remember that C. II. Stings sells
more and better machines than any
other dealer in Northern Ohio. His
thirteen years experience and thor
ough reliability make him a perfectly
safe man to deal with.
Auction Sale of Buggies, etc
Saturday afternoon next there will be
an auction sale of top anil open buggies
on the Court House corner. These
buggies were manufactured especially
for S. J. Patterson by one of the oldest
manufacturing companies of the West
Don't fail to be on hand and secure
rare bargains.
For the best guns go to C. II. Sling's.
He also keeps g'Hxl cheap guns which
he will sell at rare bargains. Gj and
see him.
New Wall Papers, in
all the choicest styles,
at Tiffin Carpet Store.
A large lot of the nust
slung tackle can b: found
Stings.
approved
at C. II
All harness warranted, and made of
best leather, at Tiffin Harness Factory.
I-or cheap and good harness go to
Poorman & Son's and get them.
Harness down to old prices, at Poor-
man & Son's. Call and see them and
get prices and get the worth of your
money.
Those who wish to use pure ground
spices should call at Martin & Negele's.
Lace Curtains, from
15 cents to $1.25 per
yard, at the Tiffin Car
pet and Curtain Store.
j. ul nks. l oorman iv hon i.ave on
hand a fine assortment of trunks,
hich they offer low for cash. They
also repair and cover trunks. Cal on
them.
R.
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For Farmers Only !
When you buy a plow, select
one made nearest home. There
several reasons for doing
this. Many farmers do not think
what the cost of repairs will be
when the agent of whom they buy takes
some other plow that pays him a
better commission. Nor do they think
the loss occasioned by having to
wait several days for repairs, to be sent
from some distant jioiut, when they
ought to be busy turning over the sod.
Never buy a plow that you do not
know will do good work in both spring
fall plowing, in sticky ground as
well as the hardest sod. Many of the
plows that have lieen sold of late, un
high-sounding names, have proven
expensive articles. They usually were
pushed out when the ground was mel
low, and they showed to very good ad
vantage. But when the hard fall
plowing commenced, they were found
wanting. We have manufactured
plows in this section for thirty years
think we know what the farmer
needs. The Tiffin plow has stood the
where no other plow could meet
It fills the wants of the fanner by
being the plow for hard ground as well
being the best plow for sticky and
loose ground that can be produced.
and sec our plows. Prices again
reduced. I.OOMIS Si NYMAN,
Tiffin, O.
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the
A Card. To the ladies of Tiffin and
vicinity. Having s-?cured the service
of Miss Heiser, who is so well known
1 or elegant taste and workmanship. I
would respectfully ask you to call and
examine Ler work aud our new stock
before buying your spring goods.
Miss Lid. ("rapes.
To the Public The undersigned
lias removed his livery, feed and sale
stable into the Commercial House
barn, where he will keep a first-class
livery, feed and sale stable. You can
find the best horses aud rigs of all
kinds. Farmers will find it to their
:ul vantage to stop with him and have
their horses cared for.
ClIAS. Ml'TSCULER,
Proprietor.
Nervousness. In whatever form
one is alllicteil with nervous troubles-,
whether of the head, sleeplessness,
pains in the lody or limbs, or. the
worst of all, that indescribable feeling
w hich renders life almost unbearable
and is more common among ladies
than men. and known as "Nervous
ness," we sympathize and pity them;
but we want to let those troubled know
that they need not sutler any more.
Liwson s Curative is strongly recom
mended for all nervous difficulties.
You haveonly to apply it to the spine
and mil it thoroughly "in and bathe in
it, when your nervousness will disap
pear, you will sleep the sweet sleep of
infancy, and do away with opiates and
narcotics, which do more harm than
good.
LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE.
FOSTORIA NEWS.
The new U. B. Church at Rising Sun,
Wood county, will be dedicated next
Sunday. Bishop Weaver will be pres
ent
Marshal McDonnell went to Ply
mouth last week, and arrested Peter
George, who has been wanted at New
Baltimore for some time on the charge
of bastardy.
The Fostoria Academy has been
located west of town, in Hancock
county. The building committee held
a meeting last Monday evening to pre
pare for the reception of plans and
take measures at once to commence
building.
I.N.Mickey has sold bis stock of
groceries to Samuel Slosser, of Wash
ington township.
We understind that lcvi and B.
Wells and Daniel Cover contemplate
putting up a brick block on East Cen
ter street this summer.
The Chief Engineer of the Fire De
partment has made his annual report
New machinery to the amount of
SsV;!; has been purchased for the de
partment during the year, which, with
the pro;ierty on hand before $12,-
00.-j.2i; makes the value of the ma
chinery under the control of the de
partment $1200.11.
Sitey Werner has quit the road, and
is now clerking at J. C. Biyan's new-
dry goods store.
Long's Minstrel Troupe played to
good house at Liberty Hall hist Friday
night
Quite a number of Fostorians will
go to Tiffin next Monday to take
squint" at Sells Bros.' show.
Ed. Heihnan left this weel" for Ne
braska.
In the United States Court at Cleve
land, last week, the jury in the case of
Charles Fritcher, of this city, charged
with manufacturing and having in his
possession counterfeit silver coin, re
turned a verdict of not guilty.
The Council, at their last meeting.
confirmed George Enos and Alonzo
Emerine as Chief and Assistant Chief
Engineer of the Fire Department
Mrs. Samantha Hale, long a sufferer
from consumption, dial on Friday
last. Her funeral took place on Sun
day, and was largely attended.
M. D. Hammond made an assign
ment last week. Assets and liabilities
about 820,000 each.
An old barn in the north part of
town, belonging to Andrew Emerine,
was destroyed by fire at an early hour
last Friday morning.
Fred. Werner is putting up a tailor
shop in the south part of town.
A gentleman from Lima will ojiep a
wholesale liuuor store here 111 a few
davs.
Dora Simpson will erect this sum
mer, a residence 011 the east end of
Williams street.
The Fire Department responded to
fifteen fires and alarms for the year
ending April 1st 170.
Peter Simonis is busily engaged in
refitting the American House, whicrt
will be opened to the public ou the 1st
May.
G. P. Stahl. a former Jackson town
ship boy, is putting up a large room in
the Neil House block, Columbus, as a
restaurant.
The paymaster of the L, E. & L.
Railway visited the "boys on Thurs
day, scattering money right and left.
At a meeting of Pioneer Engine
Company, on Monday evening of last
week, the following delegates and al
ternates were chosen to attend the
Northwestern Ohio Firemen's Conven
tion, which meets at Mansfield on the
29th: Delegates . D. Robbins, A.
Auble, S. E. Hale, F. A. Senn, Alonzo
Emerine and John Andes. Alternates
Theodore Carlisle, W. II. H. William s,
Hale, N. Kieble, II. Lebon and John
Noble. A committee was also appoint
to confer with the Council and citi
zens as to the propriety of inviting the
(invention to hold its next session in
Fostoria.
1-in.i
PEDRO.
BETTSVILLE NEWS.
Ground ivas broken a few days since
for the new blocks to be erected on
Main stecct during the coming season.
and the town has assumed a very ac
tive appearance. A large force of
men aud teams are engaged in exca-
ating the cellars for the block to be
erected by Messrs. Betts, Schuster and
Gever. The cellar walls are partly up
the block being built by J. Schuster
Geo. Johiuon, and work is being
pushed ahead as fast ai possible. Oth
parties are getting ready to begin
operations on their buildings, and sev
eral others ar being ttlked of.
At the election for School Directors
Monday, the 14th inst, quite an ex
iting contest was very unexpectedly
developed between the friends of the
wo opposingcandidates. Dr. Norton
John ltobertson. .igniy-iwo
otes were polled, resulting in the
election of Doctor Norton by two ma
jority. It w;is the largest and most
exciting school election ever held in
township.
Julius G. Parmeter and family
moved to Tiffin 011 Monday last and
house vacated by him is now occu
pied by Joseph Smith and family.
John Banner has moved into bis
new house opposite the Catholic
Church.
John Martin left for Boston last
week, in charge of another car load of
very line horses, shipped to that vil
age by Doc. Betts, of this metropolis.
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C. W. Harris, the uewiy elected as
sessor, has entered upon his duties,
and is circuIatiiK: through the town
ship, endeavoring a ascertain how
little property our citizens possess.
Chris. Gerber. the jolly old veteran
of Toledo, w;ts iu t iwn a few days
since illuminating the surroundings
with his radiant physiognomy.
Wm. SUirkey ;L.ft for Texw a few-
days sinc.
The Township Trustees held a meet- '
; . . .
ti ojeits. no iiils ueen quite
sick for several weeks, is agaiu on the
street, but looking rather the worse
for we.ir. I
John M'Vire. win h.ts also Wen sick
for s.mie time, is out air.iin.
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--s i-'1 nio.i 10111 nines e:iii
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of here.
Miss Elva Andrews will tike charge
of the sch.Kil in district No. 4, which
opens 0:1 Monday next
Wm. Brown is teaching school eight
Tho t . 1 1. 1 ....
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m r II."lwe-,,n M,m,1:,v-
with j. l). luder in the chair.
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the building of a new school house at
this place, to be paid in three annual
installments of $1,500 each. Our citi
zens rejoice over this. There are not
seats to accommodate one-half the en
rollment, and much credit is due the
members of the board who voted for
the appropriation. We hoiie that
Beltsville will now have a school
building that will reflect credit 011 the
citizens aud tix-payers of this town
ship. At the conference of the Evangelical
Church, held at Lindsey, the Rev.
Daniel Stoll was assigned to this cir
cuit and we understand will tike up
his residence iu BetUville.
Mrs. Burress, of ManslieM, enter
tained a large audience at the M. E.
Church, Monday evening, by relating
her miraculous cure of a protracted
illness of some nine and one-half
years. Her story was a most wonder
ful oneAind left a deep impression up
011 the congregation.
Mrs. Burress commenced a series of
meetings at the Canaan church, 2'i
miles north west of Kansas on the
22d inst
The Temperance Lodge has rented
the hall in the Smith & Fry block, and
and will tike posession as soon as va
cated. M. McLaughlin lias rented the house
owned by It R. Titus, and w ill move
111 this week.
France Gilbert and John Holzworth
are engaged in manufacturing Gilliert's
air churn, and arc meeting with good
success in its sale.
Snyder Brothers have erected a new
signboard across the walk in front ot
their store.
James Baston of Ft. Seneca, will
erect a building near Gruver"s bhick
smith shop, this season, and onmiro i
00
the uiah 11 f-tpr it ra iv-irmiu oU;i.n.. I
. ti0-n.j, oil-ius :
Dr. Norton was in town over Sun.
day on business connected with the '
uoaru of Education. j
Markets. Wheat 8l.00;corn, $..12;
. 1
oats,8.i: butter, .14: e
:gs. sm:
WEELER.
BASCOM NEWS.
The Supervisors are at work level- '
ing the roads.
Wheat is growing nicely.
Farmers are through sowing oats.
The fruit prostiect is indeed gloomy.
With the exception of the small fruit
there will be scarcely any.
The citizens of our villag.i are clean
ing up the streets, pruning their trees
and inaktnrr llm rAuna I.k.l- o j ti,n.,,.i.
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sonwltftfiv liv.l l.r
Isa-i MilW J.-. I.;. .,.. i !
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the finisliin.r rmxt r ,..;t iJt
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lot at the depot
II. Haugh raised a new barn for A.
Hoover on Saturday last Mr. Haugh
will begin work ou a new barn for
Hon. W. I. Noble, ou the f. inn of thf
atter, in a few days.
Mrs. RiiITiiv li w ...I...I ii,,.
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P'llllt i
On Mon.lay evening of last week a
number of men and boys gathered at
John Warrington's to serenade a new
ly-married couple, the bride boing a
daughter of Mr. W. and the groom a
Mr. Mills. Daring tho serenade Bill
Mo ire, from Fostoria. l-ca:ii. intoxi
cated and swore he could whin anv
in an present, and pr.M-ceded to carry
his threat into exei uli.m, selecting ai
his first victim S. W.id.i. Not U-ing
able to strike Mr. W. wa'.t his H it. th;;
owardly fellow drew a six-shooter
and commenced to lire. At this junc
ture Abncr Wade. an uncle of S. Wade,
endeavored to take bis weauoii from
him, and while doing so received a
ball in the right breast just below the or
collar iMine. the bullet irlani-imf down-
ward and bulging near the iiinnle.
Mr. W, being an old "rooster" ou a
light, then and there gave the would
be assassin such a "mauling" that he
will never forget it Several other
minor lights occurred at the same
place. No arrests were made.
On Tuesday morning of last week
James W. Kime packed his valise, an 1
deserting his familv, left for tho west.
When last heard from he was i-i iowa.
His leaving his family has caused ix
great deal of excitement, and well it
may, for its well known his wife was
but out of a thousand who wouid have
done for him what she did. Various
rumors are atloat ;is to the cause of his
sudden disappearance, as not even his
intimate menus knew or Ins going to
leave. Mrs. Kime has the sympathy of
the neighborhood.
The uieuilicrs of the Cornet band re
ceived their instruments, seventeen in
number, last week fre.n Cincinnati.
The instruments are lirst class, l'rof.
Boos has been engaged as teacher and
has given two lessons already.
i lve young Iellows ot tins place
have raised a string band and have
secured the service of Master Edward
Boos as instructor. Night is almost
made hideous by the noise of the two
bauds while endeavoring to get the
hang of the thing, ibut by and by
there will lie "music in the air."
The Shakespearean Literary Society
this place placed on the stige, ou
Tuesday evening of last week, the
lay "Ladv Audlev s Secret plavmgtoa
irge audience. The society engaged
rof. JJoos orcnesira. wincii ruriiisneu
music for the occasion. The play was
well rendered for amateurs, it being
their first attempt in that direction.
request the play was repeated on
Saturday evening with the same good
success, but not with the same good
order which was oliserved the first night.
for during the evening the audience
w:is annoyed bv the vicious conduct of
few Ixiys, and the ringleaders,
M. Buse and Frank Olerhold.
were brought befoie 'Squire Maloy on
Monday and lined 310.no and costsl
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REPUBLIC NEWS.
Daniel Ecklemaii died Monday night
5 1. M, of consumption. He linger
a long time suffering all the agonies
a lingering death.
A young child of Byron Slual fell
the stove Monday evening as they
were preparing supper and burnt its
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face and hands fearfully. It is doing'
well at present. j
A party of young men wenta-tishing :
Sunday afternoon in the ditch south of !
town and caught three minnows and a
bad cold each. Go further south the
next time, boys.
Wheat SUV); other markets unchaii"-
ed.
We see the smiling f;ice of B. F.
Irartlnrlll .'irnlltiil ntr-iln aflo. a
sit.kn.s. nis store to ,)Hlk na
ural a il Frank behind the
counter.
V e have a new brick vard in town.
Mr. iA-bo'.t h;is started
Ir- Y- T. Tompkins, of Lucas county,
store in the room of H. Anw
he does all kinds of repairing of watch-1
is, chicks, eic.
ay!ewhe7e M-EINER'S
was visiting friends in town last week.
Wm. Paneost has taKeii orders for
two hundred wire doori. Mosquitoes
will take notice.
Twelve tramm were arrested bv
our town authorities near Blooinville.
on Fri'k'y hist, and held here for iden
tilication. On Saturday forenoon an
officer from Tiffin identified one of
.UliIMI,u.,iM MI,IIU..U
sault upon a railroad employe at that
phice on Friday.
The L 111 versal ist S:iciety of this
place have procured the services of I
liev. J. F. Rice, of Olmsted Falls. 0
for one year, and there will lie regular I
services 111 their Church every alter
nate Monday evening, commencing
next Monday evening, April 2th.
KANSAS.
KANSAS NEWS.
meeting at the U. B. Church
ti ' t ..i . .1 : 1 .mi
iw i-yu;irur suiiiuvu ucau
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slee" Iro"1 1,113 '"ac ,iLSl iuesa ,y
their average weightbeingl.OOOpounds.
They were a line lot of cattle. Mr. J.y-
barger purchased them of John Mi-
J. Newhouse returned home last
week.
Mrs. IK it King, ot i;ascom, was I
visiting at our village last Friday and
Satunlay.
Mr. and Mrs. John iJorough were
visiting at his patents last Sunday.
Wm. II. Null is getting well.
Samuel Kinsey is building a new-
picket fence in front of his residence. I
Miss Belle Lee, of our village, has
engaged to teach school in Crawford
county, this summer.
The subject of the lecture to lie de
livered at this place on next Friday
evening by Rev. Hastings is "The Iron
Age of War." As Mr. Hastings is well
versed in history his lecture will be
verv interesting. Come out and hear
Iii 111.
G. II. Reese lias engaged to move J.
B. Weaver's building to the road north
of where they now stand, a distance of
nearly a half-mile. The rhange was
made necessary by Mr. Weaver buyin;
00 acres of land laying north of his
old farm.
The United Brethren w ill hold their
third quarterly meeting at this place
on Saturday and Sunday the 3d and 4th
of next month.
There will be uo preaching at the M.
E. Church a week from next Sunday
evening, on account of the quarterly
Tuesday
duels, near Tifiin. He savs that Mr.
Michaels is a fa r dealing man.
Mark Boadenhcimer who has been
clerking for J. Newhouso this sprinj
returned to his home iu Cleveland, last
Thomas Farrell entered into a life
contract with Miss Julia Ash to keep
house for him on Monday last. We
wish them a long and pleasant life.
Maiekkts: Wheat, M.0i; oals,2:Jc;
- butter, 12; K; dried
NED.
MELMORE NEWS.
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more interesting i Both are good
Convention was held at the Harmony
Church hist Sunday. It was the
next convention will 1 held in the
rrcsl.yteriaii Church the third week in ty
May. The topic-s for discussion are,
viz.: 1. Are t'.ic lessons of the New
topics, and should le well discussed.
Achoirh::.- been organized at the
Harmony Church, called the Harmony
Choir. At a recent meeting tho fol
lowing olhVcrs were elected: I'resi
ileiit. J. H. Bichards; S-creary, Miss
Addiu Scot I; Treasurer, Miss Ettie
Keiler, Chorister,.!, ('ili'i:-.; Organist,
.'INs Allie Sh.nTner.
BLOOMVILLE NEWS.
mini:ow. Fishing
will do well to call on
since
"' esteemed
munity deeply
Tramps are as plenty as angle worms
which is a good omen that the lisinug
ea.so:l will lie good.being bait for whale
excursionist
our Marshal,
He recently gathered twelve
tramps on a single morning, which will
make splendid bait for catching suck-
ers.
An old resident of this place, Mr.
John r isher, died very suddenly on
Sunday evening. while at the
sui)ier table, from disease of the
heart. The funeral services were held
Tuesday evening. He was acitizen
by all, and the corn-
sympathize with the
ft.;..iwlu in tliia umlili.iw.ill u-liieli t:i-lt- I
the uncertainty of life and the need
U-ing ready always.
f.ir
ANONYMOUS.
FLAT ROCK NEWS.
Mrs. Salomon Sin-ret died of
consumption and was buried Tuesday.
Bev. Cocklin preached the funeral ser
mon, to a large audience in the Evan-1
gelical church.
Bev. Cocklin has returned from eon-1
freuce and has lieen srnt to Lindsey,
Bev. Ssitler is to 1 here in his
stead.
Ceo. Shock, of Elkart, Ind., formerly
resident of this place, was in town
week.
BONAFIDE.
A COMPLETE SET OF FINE
CRYSTAL FLINT
GLASSWARE.
OF 4 PIECES. FOE
ONLY S65.00
In rl.-r to introliK tin. n'w li il l-aiai-ful
and valuaMi- i LA.vi WAKF. t tli- rottiuiM
rr. e make tin- altr uueiuit-d o!T-r I'r the
uiuwy it)-.
l
;.ii.-t
S;iim- I'lat. -
lii.hn.lilil Salt "filar.
lir.- silt -br. ..
H ill i;:iil-u Wali-r frhrr
Tall C-l.'rv
I'rraui lit li-r
SuKar llo.l and Co-r
SMjn ll.ld-r
huttrr lih aiul C'-r
Tii-kle lih
'"ali-iit Mvnip Pitctw-r
Ijiri; Kruit an.l C-r
I1v-nr l'1-.h '
ltnre l-un. m ith I'.urn.-r and liimn-j
etitudt-te
1
I -r
i -s.
Vx ett. Total n-tail lru-e. fn.u
We n-f-r t any C.mnM-n-iaI em yM.iie
fti.fc. slid .tlirr. II di-rt-d.
All ! Hie Blrnvf b-I lll ean-fiillr
and liii-d In aui a'ldn-n rw-ut
..; i. rv-ud nf l V. . urd.-r. Ei.n-..
. uralt. r Umi-ti-red Lhit. to
CLASS SUPPLY CO., Pittsbwrg, Pa.
free
JOHN M. KAULL & CO.
Have Moved their Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
To their New Quarters,
OLD STAND, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE!
NEW GOODS ! LOWER PRICES !
And the Best Stock of Boots and Shoes in Tiffin.
J. IM1 K1A.XJT iT 1 & Co.
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LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN I
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR
NKW SPR.INQ STYLE3 OP
CARPETINGS,
CONSISTING of
Tapestry Brussels at 75 cents per yard.
Tapestry Brussels at 85 cents per yard.
Body Brussels at $1.25 per yard.
Body Brussels at $1.50 per yard.
Extra Superfine Ingrains at 75 cents.
All Wool Ingrains at 60 and 65 cts.
Fair Ingrain Carpets at 30, 35 and 40 cts.
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES,
AT THE
TiffLxi Carpet Store.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!!
Fiege Bros ,
FURNITURE;
FURNITURE
FURNITURE
FURNITURE
FURNITUREj
i
FURNITURE
FURNITURE
The Furniture Deal-frjNDERTAKINQ
ers of the City
AUG OFFKEIXi; THEIlt
IMMENSE STOCK!
AT
Vt LOWER FRICRS than
Ever Before Known.
Undertaking:
J Having two of the Fliiri
UtrarsM In th Nt.iie and ft tin
i.iu of COFFINS). t'a.lo-taiM:
.-.lironri. we an prf-parrd to ul
i-nil tinipr.il promptly.
rw-CnH hikI lilovt-Hlunilsli
k d Five oi Cliurge.
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING
UNDERTAKING
FIEGE BROS.
TIFFIN, O
''2S3SS5S
We desire to call the Attention of BCTTEK MAKEI1S to the Orange f aim
BUTTER l0VIEli whih we lielieve to lie very valuable when properly
seil and u.iderstoo.1. ONLY S3 CENTS A BOX.
OFE7 KIIXISLKllIfSSMa
f itrrC THtAscacEHfluiaai2i;cEa '
II
Cixif. X. T . TV. 2flth. lfffl. Gentlrmen-1 hwn vfn? yonr Orwijre Cotrntj BunlTO'i.-T
ime tiuv and llnd It all yno claim rur It, aim we mm ao mum i . .
"hh, I nd I cial.lf .horv Mm tlmeln rbimm and the batu a in. jr We
! l-ollU o-iur It al. toenail-, the qutit, -,,rWt product Iron. th ajmnonr nf rr.
.t a.n "i u . F.U. Bn ia Aliaa
Sold by MARTIN & NEGELE.
CHICAGO, I
02 Lake St. I
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
BTJITAXO,
03 S.oec 8L
AND
OUR MOTTO!
THE EEST AND MOST RELIABLE
TOVES
RANGE
IN THE MARKET.
Tlaa Tried aad Flra Tastad !
ACKNOWLEDGED FA VO RITES.
EVESI STOVE KELIiBLS,
AID FS07X3 A ETJCCISa.
ail zzczz mil WAmrrza
im y Economy la Fuel, Durability, aad Co
POINT VCaaiplalaaass af Daslga, aad Parfactla af Caastrwctloa.
OF J Simplicity af Maaagaaiaat, aad Gaaaral Warklag QtsaJHlas.
FOR SALE E7ES7-lfBRE BY FIRST-CUSS DEALERS.
And by HEILMAN & LeBAR,
Tiffin, Ohio.
9 wm.Wmiwvm
Extracts.
Eminent Chemista and Physicians certify that these trooda ara
from 'adulteration, richer, more effective, produce better results
than any others, and that they use them In their own families.
UNIQUE PERFUMES ara the Gemf of all Odor
TOOTHENE. Ao agreeable, healthful Liquid Dentifrice
LEMON SUCAR. A ubjtitn!e for Lemon.
EXTRACT JAMAICA CINCER. From the pure root.
STEELE A PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST CEMS.
Tha Item itrtf ioj l'cma th WfU.
STEELE & PRICE, Manfrs., CMcago, St Louis & Cincinnati.
DR.PRICES

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