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SAVE TIME AND MONEY!!
If you hare anjf hing (o sell,
If you bare lost anything,
If you bare found anything,
, If yon have a house to rent,
. If yon want to rent a house,
If yu want boarding,
; If yon want employment,
It you want hired help,
, If you want anything,
Tell THOITSANmS of PannTA nf It. 11
BT A DYERTISHTG I1C
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Ir is a noticeable fact that wher-
Vfr trie s.trnnrr.mtnrla1 wnman rT
the Mrs. Cady Stanton stamp, have
to deal with the question of the en-
franchisement of the negro race, the
same prejudice is exhibited as ie
shown by the opposite sex in their
conventions and at the ballot box.
At a Woman buffrage convention in
Si Louis, recently, a resolution was
offered to the effect that the conven
uuu uiu uwy ejuipauiize . witu me
opposition to the 15th amendment,
t,;.k ..,.,.., : . . i
uiui fiuuubm a very uumawi
, wwwMBia&vu) VHUViUg bUU OaUiO piCJ
ndice of color and caste which has
. - .
' so long oeen characteristic of a cer
tain class ot the American people
The resolution was finally tabled by
a decisive vote.
The class of women who meet In
ese conventions no doubt th.nk
these conventions no doubt thank
their stars everyday that they are
not as other women, and other wol
men have great reason to be thankful
on the same account. They doubt
less think they are highly instrumen-
tal in securing for their e-r the r!ht
of suffrage, but sensible men and
women are alike coimizant of the
fact that thev rnMmr Tatir 1, .n
accelerate the wheel of reform. If
these strong-minded females
make themselves ridiculous by bun
combe speeches and resolutions re
garding the rights of women, it is
certainly enough without endeavor
ing to disfranchise others and thus
kicking over the ladder by which
they are striving to reach the ballot
box. It is scarcely necessary to add,
as our deliberate conviction, that
when the women of America obtain
the right of tuffrage, they will owe
little of their success to their strong
minded sisters who spend their
precious time debating as to the
exoediencv of the nf,
A large gas holder at the Cincin- '
nati Gas Works, containing- 875 orm
cabio feet of gas, exploded yesterday
at few minutes after 12 o'clock, .
with a strange concussion, whose e?
fects were more severe at considera-
We distances than near by. Buildings
Tr.'wJ gSa brokene ship
a mile away, while near by the
.effects were less. Persons tell that J'
they felt the heat of the flash across
the river, and at a creat Hit.no nn .to.
, '"T j - CJLluflon 18
known, and there is no theory that
accounts for it satisfactorily. One w2
remarkable feature is the little effect 14
of the concussion in the immediate
; for from what we know of
itii81;" ?f gaf,' bj
ignition of small nuanti.
ties, there was the material here for ne
an explosion greater than that of T0
uen. iiuuer's powder ship. But ent,
the effects, especially in the neigh-
borhood, - were not so great as we
might expect from what we have
Been of gas explosions on a small
n . , I
iue Statement Of Snmnol A
ThomM. th nmnor tK. ,.
luumu, loe engineer, that he Saw
burstintT Of the Eras holder anrl
, , " . uuiuer, ana
afterward the ignition of the gas,
Suggests the thorr thit th l,nu.,
Bugeeis ine ineory mat tne holder
Had become defective and burnt fmm
the oresure of oM. nH iit ,
this had escaped into the air at con-
hteut before it becam i.
nited. which was, probably, from a
cbimner of the works ThU eTniA
. " wonts. expiO-1
filnn. fiicrh in fliA oi n I r 1
why the concussion was greater at
places more remote. It bcino- Hip
, " Jfc uwug ue t
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been engaged in painting the holder,
"c,c umner, save Jit Kmsev. who
sxssiV'y on iaccount
CllmCUltV Of aPHipnlinr an I
, - - . -"b u nuu I
was burned so that he died. Con- .
ailorSno-1. V? .
-"6 ""so wur oi gag inai
cpiuueu, iue escape of life
property is remarkable. Cin.
The Eight-Hour Question Settle!
The following Proclamation from
th. PrMi.imt rno : j
- laaueu irnm ifiA t-.Kui-KT;..
State Department on the 20th : "
- : tf IS I&SAS. llie let nf
annrovvl Jon 9.S lfi
ri wv, vwuobii,ui47U.i .
nn n1 affor ttia t :v.. 1 'led
4 at T V vwawvway
on and after that date, eight hours a
uays worir. lor au laborers, work
men, and mechanics employed by or
on Denaii oi tne Uovernment of the
United States, and repealed all acts
or pans oi act inconsistent there
with; Xow, therefore,I. UlyesesS. Grant.
xrcaiucu. oi me united States, do
hereby -direct that from and after
wis aate, no reduction shall be
maae in me wages paid by the Gov
eminent by the day to such laborers,
workmen,, and mechanics, on ac
count of such reduction of the hours
Ol iaoor. . ' .
., la testimony whereof I have here
to set my nana, ana caused the seal
of the United States to be affixed.
Done at .the City of Washington
this 19th day of May, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-nine, -and of the mdepend
ence of the United States the ninety-
U. S. Grant.
By the President: HAMILTON FISH,
Secretary of State.
Secretary of State. For the Jeffersonian.
Secretary of State. For the Jeffersonian. LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA.
Secretary of State. For the Jeffersonian. LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA. Annville-Lebanon Valley College-Lebanon-
of the U. B. Church-
Questions to be Considered.
LEBANON, PA., May 20.
Editors Jarr : Thinking that what
I could write from this place might
interest some of your readers, I pen
the following :
Leaving Findlay on the morning
of the 17th, I came by way of Co
lumbus, SteubenvilJe, Pittsburg, and
Harrisburg to this place. Stopping
jff, however, at Annville, fire miles
est of this place, I attended the
Annual Meeting of the Board of
Missions of the United Brethren
Church. It was an earnest, working
session of that body of men, and
evinced a desire and determination
to do a share in the evangelization
of the world.
At Annville is located "Lebanon
Valley College,' a new and promt's
ing institution, under the auspices of
Eastern Conferences of the U
B-church- under tutorship or
'utu iiiea us rruiebsurs ricisroy,
WaiT and Bierman, th students
have . advantages that thev seem to
aPPreciat8' The number is about
one nunarea. ine Dunawgs are not
completed, the College being only J
wut tnree years old.
This morning I came on to Leba-
non. This place is twenty-six miles
north-east of Harrisburg, in one of
the most beautiful and fertile valleys
of the old Keystone State. It is one
of the oldest towns in the State, but
8 n sign of decay. There are
extensive iron works and other man.
this region nd Pon the whole it is
n rnel Ii'va nlnA. TU. 1 - 1
a real live place. The people are al
most wholly of the class called "Penn
sylvania Dutch," the descendants of
the early German settlers, a thrifty,
- j -j j
uealthy. industrious, cleanly people.
The General Conference of the
Dlted Brethren Plinroh Mmmmixl
United Brethren Church commenced
its quadrenial session here this after
n00n- The fi?e BiahoP8 here,
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wood. Shuck, and Weaver. Bishop
fllarkwood, however, is in such poor
. . . . - . .
fl n " t0 PrecIade acUvity.
uo '0"I duress was reaa Dy
niAn.v..K. i . i
jGlossbrenner, and presents
C0UraSing state of the church
increase in membership in four years
has been about twenty-five thousand.
a ue toiai sirengin oi ine church is
about one hundred and twenty thou
There are about ninety delegates
in attendance: the whole number
would be 119.
They are generally an intellteent.
earnesUooklng set of men, and,
Judging from the way Conference!
hflJl llPO-fin fTiAir rnABn C
ouesUons of interest in MJnonn
before the body at this Bession.
Missions, Church Extension, Lay
x.A.v".' MU oeoreB7
doubt elicit deep and exciting atten-i
There is every shade of
Uontimcnf ;n ,, An fi,;.
tion, and the eame thing seem, to
v 4 . iV 5 T .
have mbodiment delegates,
he rule of the church, for the last
eight years, has considered member-
in secret societies an immorali
.hail c u-
,UUU1,8 wu fcne
Others making it adrisory in-
f .i nu .;n r
incorporating prohibition among the
general duties of members. What
a j j- .
done no one dares to predict
s a threatening question in any
event the Conference may Buperin
1 "PP08 8C"n wifl conUn
aDont two week "1 1 may offer
more 1x1 18 w7 For the pres.
Adininistrator's Sale of Real Estate.
TN pursuance of an order of the Pro.
J. ususvourvoi il.inoocn county, (JIllo, iwlll
loffenorsalcatpublic nuction.tm thp -2IMh1v
of June, A. D. lwB,tl o'clock in tbe afternoon,
at the door of tbe Conrt-houxe, InFinUlav, ln
the ,ot" nn'bered twentr-ii Oi), and twentv
ft,, aeven (27), In tbe town of Wifliamstown, in
ii county of Hancock.
. Appraised at $3oi. Termof sale? One-third
In hand, one-third in one year, and one-third
n two years, with- interest, the deferred mt-
May 2s. 180-" JoLnH-Wood'!.dec'd-siderable
-. . .
Adnmustrators Sale of Real Estate.
T. pLrsHV;oe or n order f "e Prote
J. Court of Hancock eountv. Ohio. 1 will onvr
loraaie, at puonc auction, on the 24th day of
lima A I 1 k.Mi ... AnA .1.1. Ti . r . .
lur raIm Kt
door of the court-house m hndiay, imot
numbere1 thirty-one, ,(S:)in the town of Mc
' omb, inaid Hancock county. Appraised at
fcl UPftAV STiVOTQ
Adm'r of Almon Pardee, deceased.
Klrrrt hinrilnu Chin- ' " I
L 0Satned b Council of the
J.n?ol'r?.ra?,A,.UaSe Fhidlay, pumuantto
luepeuuon oi ioi-ownr nil the members I
iwmyuimH.ii .n 4.1 ..in .. . I
"r '"Be,nau oe gra-
ded, macaUamixed and guttt-rwd, an hereinafter
--- - -1 - uvauh ucnucu
neceatiary by the Council.
Aar.z. bald grading shall be done as followa
rntlltuf'nrlnir at afjilia Vn 'Jfm uAiM c .
-! feet below base mark : thence descending
J?V..'"rl."Sl:o;.tMai? street, s
a grade of 2-10 foot to each one hundred feet
tuv vik viivu , viisu.i.'viniueucinK ai. Bald wami
nujiuiHiou hub. ai, aunace, at, aiaKe No. 1
grade of 1 fret toeach 108 feet; thence East
ue o uitcn, descending on a gradeof 11-10
weacn iwi leet, as anown brand imml.
uav rauiaa io ue construct-
as provided by stclrtoati.n r.n fll
6e. 3. Said street, when so graded, shall be
macadamized with good, ImrSltoiSe. brokeS
i. - "vi, imju atone, oroken
the proper wre: said macadamizing tn be i
feet in width, hotwaan i.Tt!T .
Placed on either sideoi aald street: twelve
lhemnf. thai, la kit tt i.k. -! 1- .
inches deep, and the thirteen central feet to
veil uKim inru auju BO rounaeu Un u tn
- --"y ie Bireet ten
tniicaiU'tnizlnr vhnii ibtnt. v '
with ooane sand or exavei.
.iMi, 00 Uide of said Street
be placed next outside of said lines or
atakaa - ahall ha i P.
hard stone, and ao graded that. h
paved, the top of the centre thereof Than be
foot lower than the centre of the atraeZ
so gradually graded as to make the Tan!
continuation of the street; also, two bricks,
edirpwisA uri ur uk,u k. -.1 1
lh2nfrof Butters, the pav&g to be foul
AlW fk. All MM 1 m
P- ??? to the acceptanos of
ordinance and the mrrvey, profile and
siMfdncations on file in Dnn.. t
And the cost thereof, togSiheY with thj
ai.u ix,uar i survey, publication hereof
u.uw .uicjiuiiuin assusned upon
low bounding and abutting upon said
in proportion to the feet front of sa
respectively, and collected according Id
. JA8.A.BOPR Xo... .
Pattemos, Reeorder.pr tmT
Passed May 10, lm.
riiVfait7 rt.f. ""TeCT',l7 reason of
wlTL " "li: 1 . wju maite the
hayidViernamake ' .rov'S
SOLE AOEWTS FOR FINDLAY FOR THE
BRAND . m
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J?JLJ iJ edebnrtc
! i . viiaiu ous.
We claim to be now opening the
LARGEST. NICEST AND CHEAPEST
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
EVER OPENED IN FINDLAY,
fWs. Ci rrn -
V 01 JLHOUSaiKi UOllarS
Every desirable fabric, from a
01 uauiUE DKESS GOODS.
h sh pnp , w wn nmrnm m
uiiuu U1U11I1 U1U11,
SIDETRIPE PEINT' to an
jPlIGS Oi Beautiful Plain and Mixpfl nnf!5
. auiau wwuc
For Suits, and Stripes for Double Skirts, in all colors and styles,
OUR DOMESTIC 1 FANCY GOODS
Ilave received the same care and attention. A large line f
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Broadcloths,
farmers Satin, Muslin Denims,
Checks, Ticks, llickorys.
We wtll say we intend to keep up our reputation for
We will not attempt to enumerate. Call and see.
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iiICES ! GET PRICES
T. & W. a, CAENAHAij'.
28, 1869. ' 'v'" . T , -
'i ' wall jiii :fc jiM
- ' l 1 Hi.
riS bn;; "stood
-.:- t-l o..;
I and all
- -- !:
: ; , '
; ' L- TO BUYERS "OF
Bought within the last few days and-now opining.
K"ew Spring- Drcs Goods,
" . Extra Bargains in Choice
Colors and Materials. nd Fine Blak Alnnraa. RIarb IVfohair 1 na.
tres, and Mourning Dress Goods.
The Very Latest Styles, at the Lowest Figures
Fast Colored Calicos,
At Pncas as Low as any Store in Town.
Cassimeres, Tweeds, etc.,
Men Boys Wear, at Very Low Prices.
Cheaper than the Cheapest
. - - . Cloth and Silk Goods for Sacques.
Made to order in the Very Latest Styles.
OF OUR HOUSE-KEEPERS
; AND OTHERS IS .
Iiddics' Ulsces' & Children's Shoes.
A TV IV -an. -
. J-. Jrnu ana Ulegant 3tock Jnst rnred.
- A Large and Well Selected Assortment,
Just Keceired, which will be sold Very Low For Cash.
pss Julia A. Parker & Co.
Would reiDeetfulJv i
Icock conntv to the fact that thev are better rrPTfirPi'l than evuf
to fill all orders in the
MILLINERY & MANTUA-MAKING LINE,
And Would reSDectfulJv rpnnest them fn pall
stock and gef their prices before purchasing elsewhere.
J. J. WHEELER &C0S
STOTK 'ft TIN WARE !
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MOnniSON & VANDENDURGf
Are constantly receiving a large and splendid assortment of
' Of t.n T afoot mil mut nUU. T r- 1 .1
seilmg at the Lowest possible prices.
" 0i toeir own manufacture, which thev will warrant
TTTSTW A -RT? '
in the & W?"7 descnPtion vLith ttfJ wSI guarantee to be the
u"! i ocser, Desi ana cheapest in the market.
Put upon short notice, in the best manner. tn m.M.
a -a a V kKIVUVb kVl
' " - The an(f Best Styles in the market
. '0t eVery descriPlion lull variety! riSfo9 suit tie
Be What y0Q Want When 7a caJ, for it- We will not
.undersold by any. fMa-. uw.fl
I -f ' - w "
BAILEY, FABRELL & CO.
Uadesd Dlctk Tin Pipe,
Slice! and Bar Lead
(Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters'
ft. 1ST hummus wrmn
"- PHos LUt. I . ..
0TlrE.h' nfreby given that the part nershrt
who are inbtw.ai r au a v
w. H. ANHFRsnv
at. latitr a. bl hafeS
N3Zb",y7 y.er th the subscriber
.i.K.tiT.r'r Aominiatrator of the
j .uo n'ait, laie or Hancock
eonnty.dnraaaaO. . HESBY P. WISEMAN'.
9Uce f AppolntmeDt.
t&at FbUana Clark
Szeeutrlz of the estate
ny ue win.
uNDeBSIOJtED ,haa been appointed
IflminiaTalri.Af Jnlin k
deeeaaed, with the wiU annexed.
IZ- ROTJTSO.V. WM.M1TCB1!M
KOtTSO.V t XITCHEIX.
,' . l"f. rviwh junaeo a pannrr-
L E Tou,J respectfully announce t
, Public, that ire have formed a pai
nip for the purpose of earrvuia on the
i.ca oi BiacKtmitliDig and Wagon-tuakina.-
The woodwork will be eondncted br Pliiliu
H i 1 1 It-lr a fln(lai , I ....
U.i. 1 a ' . .. . ... .." '
oireei, taxi 01 ileatl quarters.
A LARGE stock of tile latest styles of Flu
Gold Jewelry, at the ,
Clock & Watch Emporium.
4 FCIXSTOCK of Holland's Oold Pan.
O. W. KIMilEL'S.
R Tour Flared Win anl rnti '
G. W. KIMMEL'S.
HA VINO secured tbe services of John If.
Thrift, one of the best workmen in Amer
ica, and of fifteen years' traveling experience,
passable watches will be warranted to per
form as represented, or money refunded, at
G. W. KIMMEL'S.
Clocks. : . ;
LARGE Tarlety of Beth Thomas Clock.
Alo, Clocks of all styles and prieesju. the
Clock s Watch Emporium.
PERSONS wishing to bay a flrst-class Sew-
sentationa of traveling peddlers, but call upoi
V. Vtr . xU.MJU.Eij, i