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THE DEMOCRATC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 18S1
To Aanrsnrnmaa. AU idnfltiantt But b.
knU w by Wednesday moraine la uuun ineeetioai
ajaaT person who takes a paper rerularlT frose
ta. post orac. Mh dlracsal M his un or
adbv'ior wbMber h. haa eubacrlrjoa or out-It
mpoBOlbl for ah payment.
. Lift mil or dor. his paper dJeaoattSMOiL oo
mast ei eU oMnfo tlx puboahar say eon
Cm.. u Mud H aoUl noyaaaat la sued, and onllort
thavtolr amount, IMM too paper M fcUra from
the omoe or int. . . t
j. Taaoourtaaav. decided that roraatna to take
Mwapapars and pertodiraat from the poofftcty or
ramevuar and leaving lama anaeUod lor, la prima
fucti ortdaaea of Intentional f read.
VanDoabroak Co Locak. -C.
C. A. Kneeland-Local... -J.
A. Haly Probata Notice.
Jacob Wolff-Farm forflale.
0. A. KneeWnd llruga.
Hague k Hubbard Card.
Kick Benetng Local.
L. M. Hall Local.
Sheffield k Norton Baukere.
D. & J . Wilson Dry Uooda.
John ClymerN otic.
No Mother should be without Castoria
for Children. TheW formula of Old Dr.
Pitcher. It assimiltes the food cures
Co8tivones8, Diarrhoea and wind Colio,
prevents raising Sour Curd, always fe
Terishnoss and destroys Worms, Castoria
is not narcotic. It gives health to the
ohild and rest to the mother. my20rlv
mar Mr. Oroachner voted against local option. .
tr The Inauguration bawl:. "Get off my train I"
UT TlielM. I Ante rimes has been aold at auction
for $24, 1 50.
t Garfield will leave for Washington on or l-
f on March 2nd.
at- rtitti,... Mnii ha annt hack to Canada. Let
our army ctom the line.
The family of Gov
tended Southern trip soon.
loatert toinake an ax-
tW The Lucaa oonnty BepreaentaUviw voted one
for and one against local option.
The Cincinnati Exposition will b hold tula
ear from September 7th to October 8th.
- Fiudlay want a City Hall. Wo have one.
aad find It a nioe thing-of not muchuae.
r-sw Tho electoral count uasaed off qtuellj . We
give the prnoeedinga of the oount In thin iaane.
Har Wuahlugton haa a lady lawyer. She waa re
eantlvltoiidfornot shoveling the anow off Iter id-
a'k. , :
tj?- o;. ii, Vauderliilt haa paid tbooost of convoy
ing the obeliskfrom Alexandria and artting it up in
t- Toledo la still agitated over ita vice. It la a
terribly wicked city. Aak the editor of the Signal it
it la not an. ;
fiT" A bill haalicon introduced In the Legislature
which proaldes for the abolishment of private eeala in
tjr- The Democrats lu the Ohio Senate have pro
tMted agalnet the appointment of Stanley Matthews
s Supreme Judge. . .
Bid- KUaF. Gilbert, Deputy County Recorder of
UOron county, w8klUed at Norwalklaat week by a
passing train of cara.
1-9- Archblahop Pur cell is reported much im
proved in health, audntarly recovered from his. re
cent at roke of pa ralyais.
fgr It ia rumored that the fanoua "Home shoe
Und-,"on Uilineof tha Pennaylvania Kailwny, will
be abandoned in a few years.
rjgr- Chicago is in debt over 8li,000,0, and if
down Uh the. cholera, smallpox and diphtheria.
She will pull through, however.
Five hundred thousand copies of the revision
of the New Testament have-been printed In England,
part of which will reach thle country in a short time
mr Luther Barrack, a Seneca County farmer, waa
swindled out of $180 by a traveling fraud, who aold
Barrack the agency for a patent cow milker. Mr.
Barrack now believea in the old way of milking cows.
f The following estimate Is made of the total
amount of mall matter pausing through the malls dur
ing the year 1880: Number of letters, 512,931,224;
postal oards, 163,04f,12 ; newspapers, 4M,70ti,U2;
pioocsof all classes, 1,06 ,02,8W.
A family in this city .posswaws act at
traction in tlit shape of a rat that eats
and plays among several cats living on
tha premises, and will take food out of
the hand of any person disposed to feed
it. No other rat on the place is so fav
ored, and the cats will quickly kill any
other rodent that makes its appearance.
Circleville Democrat and Watchman.
A fall of black snow took place in
Pennsylvania a few days since. The
snow fell to the depth of half an inch,
and instead of the usual white, flaky
element, it was dark and sooty in color.
Immediately following the descent of
the snow, families in the neighborhood
were attacked with sore throat and the
younger portion with measles. The theo
ry advanced is, that the smoke, soot and
other impurities, from the hundreds of
coke oveBS in the vicinity, had been col
lected in the atmosphere and mingled
with a snow-storm.
Uses of a Sand Bag.
One of the most convenient articles to
be used in a sick-room is a sand bag.
Get some clean, fine sand, dry it tho
roughly in a kettle on the stove, make a
bag about eight inches square of flannel,
fill it with the dry sand, sew the opening
carefully together, and cover the bag
with cottoM or linen cloth. This will pre
vent the sand from sifting out and will
also enable you to heat the bag quickly
by placing it in the oven, or even on the
top of the stove. After once using this
you will never again attempt to warm
the feet or hands of a sick, person with a
bottle of hot water or a br,ick. The sand
holds the heat a long time, - and the bag
can be tucked up to the back without
hurting the invalid. It is a good plan to
make two or three of the bags and keep
them ready for se. A'. I. Pout.
The following useful hints on the sci
ence of cookery are taken from Miss Cor
- Meats of any kind should not be wash
ed, but wiped with a towel, to preserve
the juices and quality.
When anything is accidentally made too
.salt it can be . counteracted by adding a
tetvipoonf ul of vinegar and a teaspoonful
Good flour is not tested by its color.
White flour may not be the bett. The
f test of good flour is kby the amount of
T water it absorbs.
Cooks make the mistake of boiling
things too much. . After reachiag the
boiling point meats should simmer. The
, toughest meats oan be made tender by
Corrected by H.H. Yorke Bro
Wheal -New Xo.l
Corn p , ',,
Ky.andOWa , . -.
r .vonto r lour pee sack .
Kapoleoa Hllbaax per a. a ...
Napaeaoa MiUa xx per sack
Napoleon t arortte Flour per bU...
a SO I
Kye Flour per seek..
ttarkwkfmt Flour per eack
Oata aud Corn Chop par ewt
New Vork Halt per bU
Mirtiuian Halt nor bbl
Buckwheat Brand per boabeL...
Cora at the Distillery
Corn M the MtU -
New corn at dlMiUrry perl Ou IL. ..
Neweorn at Mill per 1001b.
Flour, Feed and Grain.
Corroded weekly by J. Koller k Co. I
White Wheat.. . ...,
Corn pr cwt
Data . . .
Patent Flour peraack
Koller'a Home Trade Fkmr peraauk......
KoUrr'a Dog Leg Flour paraauk.
Bye Flour peraack.- ........
Bolted Mxalperaauk. .-. .. ....
Corn and Oata Chop, per cwt
Bnm per owt .
White Lime.. .... ... .
Water Lime .........
H1um- tlair per bn ... .....
Blackamith Coal per Ton t
Buckwheat per aack...
Corrected weekly by H. E. Car k Co.)
A)ple, greeta, per bn.....
apples, ariea per id
Effira per dozen
Feathers, Livo Geese
Oniona per bu ...
Deans per bn
Salt, Coarse Rock, per bbl...,
Salt, Common, per bbl
Salt, Fine Table, per sack...,
Beef, front quarter
Beef, hind quarter
Clunkena,live4o w .
fl ABASH, ST. LOUIS k PACIFIC B'Y
Nol, rhro'Express arr.8,:U dep. H.SIam
', I'ast Line . . 7 01 " 7:02pm
" 5, PaciricEx-Fat.Mail " 1,50 " l,S3am
" 27, Way Freight ' 11,20 " 11,25pm
No..!, LlghtniniExpreas rr. 8,33dep.8,3Sa m
, Aiiantii express...... " U,14 " v.lopm
' fi, Express ." 4.07 " 4,08pra
"18, Freight " 6,30 " 5,35am
No. 2 stops at Liberty. White House and South
Toledo only, between Napoleon and Toledo. No. 4
makes noatone between N anoleon and Toledo. No.
stops at Detiance, Defiance Junction, Cecil and Ant
werp omy, Between napoleon and Fort Wayne.. Nos.
1 8 and 27 are freights aud no baggage will be checked
for those trains. Nob. 2 and 8 run daily, other trains
aany except nunaay.
J. K. WITHERS, Agent.
BALTIMORE AUD OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card In Effect Dec. 19,1880.
Expreas, N.Y. N. Y.
Fust Line. Mail.
Leave p.m. a.m. p. m.
Chicago 4 US 7 60
Wei tsboro - 10 44
Waikertou .... 11 22
Mllford Juac... ' 12 40
Albion 1 83
Garrett 9 35 2 30
Auburn June. 9 45 2 40
Uicksville. 8 28
Defiance 11 02 4 25
Deshler.. 11 69 5 4,'i
Fostoria 12 50 S 59
Tiffin 1 15 a.m. - 7 35
Sanduakv. ....... , 7 35 7 10
Monroev'ille 8 25
Chicago June... 2 13 9 20 8 55
Shelby June... 2 40 10 00 9 8:;
Mansfield 3 01 10 28 9 59
Frederick 11 48 11 10
Mt. Vernon.... 4 09 12 05 11 25
Arrive a. m.
Newark 4 65 1 10 12 20
Columbus 6 10 3 30 6 10
Leave p. m.
Columbus 11 00 12 25
Shawnee 4 55 9 55
June. City.... 5 23 10 29
a. i". p.m.
Newark 5 05 1 36
Arrive . -
Zinesville 5.51 2 22
Bel lair 6 45 5 20
Wheeling 0 45 6 06
Arrive p.m. a.m.
Washington .... 9 45 (i 80
Baltimore II 03 7 40
Philadelphia,... 3 05 1 15-
New York... A 40 4 00
5 15 G 05
Chicago Chicago Chicago
Fast Ex. Mail.
Leave a.m. p.m. p.m.
New York 7 00 11 3C
Philadelphia.. 9 35 2 15
Baltimore 12 40 9 30
Wash. City 1 60 10 40
p.ui a.m. p.m.
Wheeling 1 30 15 11 15
Bellair 2 10 10,00 11 50
, a in.
Barnesville 3 10 11 0(1 1 02
Cambridge..... 4 04 13 03 2 07
Zanesville.... 5 01 12 59 3 17
Newark 8 00 2 00 4 30 7 25
Columbus. 7 40 3 30 6 10 9 15
Somerset 3 43 8 25
June. City 4 03 8 48
Shawnee 4 40 9 25
Columbus 4 20 12 25 3 80
Newark B 20 2 20 4 45
Mt. Vernon..... 7 II ' 3 11 5 52
Frederick 7 27 3 27 Ofl
Mnnxtiehl 8 3.i 4 33 7 21
Shelliv June.. 8 59 4 57 7 48
Monrocville ... ti 08 9 19
Sandusky 7 00 10 00
Chicago June.. 9 40 9 05
Titiin 10 48 10 00
Fostoria 11 22 10 28
Deshler. 12 Ml 11 20
Defiance 1 38 '' 12 25
Uicksvillc... I 07
Auburn June. 3 15 1 42
Garrett 3 30 '2 10
ArriveChicago 8 AO 8 20
Note on Running of Trains-
East Bound New York Fast Line daily, entirctraln
runs uirougu irum uuicago to uaiumore. fuilman
sleepers attached. New York Express daily ou C. O,
Div. and main line, other div. dailv. excent RnnrUv.
Pullman sleeping oar Chicago to Cumberland, Parlor
oar Cumberland to Baltimore. Moil runa daily. Pull
iuau sleeping car Grafton to Baltimore.
West Bound. Chicago fast line daily, entire train
runs through from Baltimore to Chicago. Pullman
aleepereattached. Chicago express runs daily on CO.
and L.JO. Divisions, on other divisions dailv. excent
Sunday. Pullman sleeper Chicago Junotlon to Chicago-Mail
runs dally on msln line aud 0. O Division, on
Other dtv. daily, exceptsnnday.
Pullman Bleeping oar Cumberland to Sandusky, ex
cept ottrnraay. au omer trains aauy, eqcept Sunday
L. M.COLE, G.T. A., Baltimore. 1
W. K. KEPPURT, Pass.Agt, Columbus,
C. K, LORD, (len. Pass. Agt, Baltimore.
C. II. HUDSON, Supt. Trans,, Ohio Div.
rriTTTCJ P A PUT? may be found on file at Oeo.
AAm. 4&v i'. iwwell uo'.i ewsputs1!
Advertising ItureiuKlOSpriieoSt Awhero 'ldvertisinir
contracts umy 00 raado for it IIV NliW VOHH.
PITTSBURGH. FT. VTATXE CHI
- .... I No. I. i K..7. ; No..
!F'aix i'ae.Ex.N'f (Ex
niubargb. ,110Aa, .I5
aocbuier, l.leaa 10.10
Alliance, . t auH. I tOea
Croat line A r
S.ia" H.ai "
M Kt. Wayat,
I2.aiii: 2.40 : ... "
S.OO'M .O0" I "
I No. t. No. . I No. 4 I No. t.
M'f Ex N V Ex'Atc Ea Fat Line
J.surKi S.lSrai: S 40 rat
.... S.25 - 2.50 AM
8.SAI-M 12.15am! t.,'5 -
2.88AM' 8-f5 "
8.55AM 10 08 -
It.SHtnl 6.80 - 11.45 -
Mrm 1.1.',am 7.20-
lO.tfKPM 2.67 9,28 -
1S.45 - 4.26 - 11 26-
2.04ain .. 2.1'.
3.15 - 7.80AU 3.15PM
12 84 "
6.22 p m
NOTE. Nos. 3 and 6 and Nob. 5 and 4 run daily.
Train No. 8 leaves Pittsburgh daily, except Harm-day.
Train No. 4 leaves Chicago daily, except Batiirday.
All other Traina run daily, except Sunday.
F. B. MYERS.
Gen. Pau.cV Ticket Agent, Pittsburg
North Western Ohio
OPERATED BY THE- PEXNA. CO.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
No. 2. No. 8. Tiffin Ae'n.
STATIONS. DAILY. DAILY. DAILY.
Ex.Sund'y Ex.tu'y Ex Sund'y
Toledo Leave 8.10 p.m. 8.S5 a.m.
Woodville ...... 3.56 D.1S 9.45p.m.
Bettarille 4.41 '9.59 ' 6 42-
Tiffin - 5.10 - 10,23 7.80 - .
Swunders 5.24 10.41 7.58-
Rockairay 5.:sl 10.47 -
Blooinville 5.40 10 55
Carrotfaera ...... 5.55 - 11.08 - ...
Vernon , 6.42 M.4Haui. ...'....
Manstield Arr 7.15 " 12.lop.m .
Pittsburgh 8.15 a. in. 7.30
Altoona J8 30 ll.Kip.ni
Harrisburg ..... 12.35 pm 4.1ua.m
Baltltuore. 6.20 p.ut 7.30 ..
Washington... 7.62 9.02
Philadelphia... 8.45 7.40
New York 6.25 p.m. 10.35
Boston 6.00 a.m. 6.00p.m. ...
No.l. N. 7. Tiffin Ac'n.
STATIONS. DAILY. DAILY. DAILY.
Ex. Sun. Ex.Sun ExSun
Pittsburg Leave 12-05 a.m. 9.15 a. in,;....
Bloomvllle... . "
10. 40a. m
BWTheonlyline running the celebrated Pull
man Palace Hotel and Sleeping Cars from Mans
field to Pittsburg, Baltimore, Washington, Phila
delphia anu weir I on. rnroiisu ticketaand bag'
F. B. MYERS, Gen. Ticket Ag't
Time Card No. 2 Taking Effect Jan.
No. 1 No. 3 STATIONS. Xo.2. No. 4.
in & e mx'd mif. nix'd.
A. M, P. IS. P. M A. M.
8 00 4 30 Toledo 6 00 8 2
10 17 Holgate. . . . 2 42
10 .12 " - New Bavaria 2 27
10 40 Pleasant Bend 3 20
1105 Contintl Switch... 1SI
11 19 Dupout 1 41)
11 30 EvansvUle 1 30
11-34 Huntstown 1 25
11 41 Mountana 1 18
12 00 Fort Jennings.... 100
12 20 Delphos 12 40
P. M. A. 31. A. M. P. X.
No. 17 No. 18.
12 30 6 00 Delphos 12 30 4 00
12 44 6 22 Landeck 12 15 3 35
1 00 6 62 Venadoic 12 00 .1 06
1 25 7 4ft Shasta.... 11 84 2 18
8 25 1 51 Abanaka 11 08 1 30
8 37 1 59 Sohnmni 1102 1 18
9 04 2 15 Willahlre 10 47 12 47
10 10 2 51 Decatur 10 10 1135
11 00 3 1 0 Peterson 9 53 11 00
lfl0 3 15 GatU 9 40 0 50
11 25 8 25 Cuxryville 9 39 10 35
1135 3 30 Cralgville 9 34 10 25
12 10 3 52 . Blufton 9 15 9 50
2 00 4 52 Warren 8 20 8 00
No. 15. No.l SOUTHERN No. 2. No. 10.
mx'd in k e DIVISION. . mx'd. in & e.
P. M, A. M. A. M. . P. M.
4 00 7 15 Delphos 11 45 5 45
7 10 Shanes Crossing.. 030
No. 7. No. 5
No.6. No. 8.
.. 11 05 6 69
. 9 15 4 00
. M. A. H.
1 43 ft 55
3 40 8 50
AU trains run dally, Sundays excepted. Ston on
w . W.HHOD1SS, aen'l Passenger Agent.
K. O. BUTLER, Oen'l Manager.
Columtois& Toledo Railroad
The SHORT ROUTE BETWEEN
; - Taking Effect January 1st, 1881.
Three Passsnger Trains Dally, (Sundays excepted.)
Columbus Exp. Express. Acuonimd'n
.... 5:u0a.iu. 10:40a.m. 6:56 p.m.
, 6:55 ..
11 17 ..
. 8:55 ..
, 9:50 ..
0:28 ,. ,
1 :50 a. m.
9:51 . .
9:15 a. in.
11 :35 a. m
3 :40 p.m
12:20 night. 11:35
IN or tli
n:30a.iu. 12:."0 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
, 10:20 ..
6:06 .. 10:00 p. m,
8:15p.m. 1:10 a.m,
Through Coaches between DETROIT and COLUM
BUS on both Express Trains.
All traius arriving In Toledo, via other lines, make
close connections with the South bound trains of the
Columbus and Toledo B. R.
Dim connections made in Union Depot at Colum
bus for Newark, Zanesville, Pittsburgh, Wheeling,
Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia; also for
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louisville, aud all pointB South
Pullman Drawing Boom and Sleeping Cars from
Columbus to Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia,
Trains will arrive and depart from Toledo at Colum
bus and Toledo Railroad Company's Depot, Water
Street, foot of Mulbery. . ,
W. H. HARRISON, Qen'I Ticket Agent.
OBLAND SMITH, Gtu'I Sup't.
For Sale at Very Low Kates
' If ever .we needed money
k tvu account or note we would sincerely nsk them to pay it ji
it they have io borrow the' money.
Great Bargains at
WILSON ' JS.
, . i .
The great flooii that has made sad
the country, the Maumee Valley has had its share with others. The under
signed have purchased a large lot of goods lightly damaged by water, which
tuey win oner at meir ntore on
licks, Uenems, Uottonades,' Cassimeres, Jeans, Towlinar, Table
Linens, Turkey Red Table Spreads, Napkins, Handkerchiefs,
Shawls, Cambrics, Corsets, Ready-made Clothing, Over
Shirts, Overalls, Chivot Shirts, Trunks, etc.
which will be sold at a
Tv'e have just received by Express a few pieces of
Which' we will sell at 40 cents per yard, also
At prices that will astonish the purchaser. Any one in want of sucli goods
will save money by buying from us. We are still offering
Boots and Shoes, -
Hats and Caps.
As We desire to close ont onr present stock. Respectfully. '
D & J. WILSON.
it is now. To those that have
havoc and distinction of property all over
FEB. 19, 1881,
all kinds of
Real Estate -Agents,
liberty tenter, Henry to., 0. '
Xo.1 MarrMof annHnhnl land OB BobUr
klaaaay, I soil. front Tna. and oai and I sailr.'
front nuroad, la W ahision two., Henry oonnty, O.
Prtoetl.lM. AUfoodiaad. Oue-haU ana and the
baleac. oa tlnw. -
. mart farm, U K-rr cleared, aad IS aeswa
good timber ;rrJendhl aott. Quod barn ana good
truitofallklrutaiblg orchard I wvfT falling. Orna
BBMital meat. anas. yard. Spring of good wer
vtUffrtac boose, worth, house: t -aatlw froau
UbFatyCwler,nu. tram Napoleon, la Liberty
Iwp., Henry rouaty, Ohio. Price ft, 100.
No.J-A house aad lot In Liberty Center. Price '
UU, oo rtMoneble terms to suit pnrrh.nr.
No. 4-4U acre farm, 86 cleared and 6 acne timber;
food aott, well ditched, new bam, log houw, good
fruit of all ktnda, good fence., farm In good condiooo.
Joining eorporatiuu of Liberty Center. Price t-,10O.
f 1,100 u rash, balance on loug time.
No. 6o acre farm, .10 acre, cleared 60 acres part
fenced, new frame house 16x26, one and on. half
stories, log stable; never-failing wen, good water,
young orchard, all kinds at fruit ; well ditched; on a
good road ;SmilM from CoHon, mllea from Delta,
6 mile, from Liheity Center, . mile from aohool.
Price I2,0u(l, part eaah, balance ougood tune. This
farm lira I Fulton oount j, Ohio.
No.6 160 acre farm; 140 acres clear and 20 acre -good
timber. Thia farm la well Improved; well
ditched, with tile underdrain, good fences, laid out iu
suitable fields, black soil, two good honaea, 1 almost
new ; good orchard, good fruit of all kinds, and orna
mental tree. In front house yard. It can be aold In
two 80 acre farms, one house on each; piece. Joining
Liberty Center corporation, 6 miles from Napoleon,
H enry oonuty. Prtceaisoan acre ; payment on reason
able terms. Very cheap.
No. 7 10 acre, oi i.a. all clear but 5 arret timber,
in Lenney county, Michigan, near Adraln, 15 mile
from Toledo. Price 12,400. . Part payment on gtod
No. 8 A Grist Mill in Liberty Center, along side
the Wabash K. K., steam power, two run of atone. A
good chance for a man to do a good business In buy
ing grain, and a good place for custom work. Good
neighborhood. Price s'i,400, on long timo on part
payment. Dirt cheap.
No. 920 acre of land, moat all clear, good farm
ing land, near Liberty Center. Price $700; part on
long time, "
No. 10-40 acres of land mot all clear, farming
land, good soil, good frame bulldiuga, young orchard
and other fruit treea, well ditched; one mile north of
Liberty Center In a good neighborhood. No.l farm.
Price J2,100, on good terms.
No. 1 1 A house and lot in Liberty Center, two
story frame house and barn, almost new, on corner
lot. Price $500, on good time.
Cafl on or address for information
T.MIULEK or J.SMITH,
. Liberty Center House, Liberty Center, O.
Hop Bitters, , -
Wine of the Woods,
Wonder of the' World,
Old Colony Ague Syrup,
Kendalls Spavin Cure,
Wests Balsom and Pills,
and all other Patent Medicines
F. F. SHONBR,
Mamitacturer and Dealer In
SADDLES 1 HARNESS
Keeps constantly on hand, Saddles, Draft Harness
Carriage Harness, Single Harness, Collars, Lines, Har
ters, &c, all made of the best material in- a workman-like
manner and sold at bottom prices for ready
pay. Also dealer in Whips, Blankets, Fly-Nets, Brush
es, Combs, 4c, fee
Give him a call, before yoa purchase,at his new brick
block, Perrystreet. mch4-80-ly
W. H. Stockman,
Eeal Estate Deler!
Buys and Sells
Ditch Contracts and Bonds
With O. W. Gardner A Sou,
l l-80-l y NAPOLEON, OHIO-
I WISH to nay for the public benefit that I am pre
pared to furuiuh Ci torus of uuy di mention ou
They shall he made of gooA material aud I will -alao
furnish Coal Tnr at a nominal price. They will be
furnished for eight dollar lean than former prloon.
And I do not hesitate to say If properly pni iu they
are much more durable than a Cement C is tern, from
the fact the Cement Cintern i quite liable to be Id jurett
by f roat while the pine CiuteriHu not. .
Sept. 9, 1880,-tf J. W. HUDSON.
SCIENCE vs. EPILEPSY ! .
DOCTOR US! QUACK!!
A lrndtiitr London Physician Estab
lishes an Onlee in New York for
the Cure of Kpileutlc Fits. '
(From Am. Journal of Medicine.)
Dr. Ab. Meserole (late of Loudon), who makes a
specialty of Epilepsy, haB without doubt treated and
cured more cases than any other living physician .
His success has simply been astonishing; wu have
heard of cases of over IX) years' standing, success
fully cured by him. He has published a valuable
work ou this discuss, which he semis with a largo bot
tle of his wonderful cure free to w;y sufferer who
may send their expraes and V. O. audreas. We' ad
vise anyone wishing a cure to fi'idress jjr. AB.
MEHKUOLE, No. 80 John St., New Vork.
In Iowa, Kansas, Nebr?ska &. Minnesota
G reat bargains. 10 years time on three-fourths of the
pnrchuse money. Interest 8 per cent. Parties in
tending to go West send for lists. State locality in
whioh the lauds aie desired.
i. K. O. SHKHWOOl), ll.-illrocdway, N. Y.City.
C ARPENT KB8 are now ualug our New
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