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.B. O. DE WOLFE CO.,
VOI XVIII-NO XXV.
PnprSetm.
Let us hare
Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let
FINDLAY. HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO.' FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1S72
ua to the end dare to do our
Duty an ite understand it.
Abba
TERMS Two Dollars Per Annvm
WHOLE
Sic Mfeomau.
t t ESltwrs.
Stndueky Street: Ftrtt Door EoeLol Pott Offim
On yofy, one year.
180
(.Tax montna.
-T'H PBINTIN3.
HaTluf-iuadelarireaddlllonatooarestabllsb-
oi an ui anaps oi uuunmi vi uw
styla.aud having amploysd xperiflnoad nd
eareful work men, we are prepared to execute
order lor every variety of Fuais to Fahct
iai Pllirnw with aeaUie and UUpatca.
T a addition ol Bteam Power Io oar establish
ment aflorrts as (real advantages over moat
Btr OVOHllUMWir Ol WW pm uu
fa vnrv l I w in ana pbotbtiumw.
StrUgUM.
WlBJiT PR TKRIAN CI1 VE CII. K Y
' i Pastor. Bet-rice every Habbatta at
' 10V(e'eleek,A.M.,aiul7 o'clock, P. M. Hab
bath Scao&l 13 o'clock, A. M. Prayer Kent-
ta I o clock p. M., Tbnraday neuiaf. cor
ner of Mats and Hardin street.
MRSTOOXURBUATIONAL CHURCH.Ktrr.
W.H.Petenon.Paalor.Uervtoea every baobatn
at luH o'clock. A. M and 7 o'clock, P. M-
Malrflh Hctiool 2 o'clock, P. M. Prayer Meet-
saw 7 o elock Tnuraday evening, eroaaway,
aoutb ol Maln-Oroaaatreea.
trrrannial EPISCOPAL HVRCH, Rev
Oliver Kennedy, Paator. bervleea every Bab-
k.11, .i o'clock. A. M and 7 o'clock, r.
af. BaboathBcboii J o'clock, P.M. Prayer
afastina I o'clock Tbnraday evening, ban
doaky street, west of Hals street.
mint inn rrnuRA If CHURCH. Kev
i u i iiar Pmator. Hwlms every tiabbalb
at 10!4 o'clock, A. M., and 7 o'clock, P. M
ttabbalb Hcbool at o'clock, A. M. Prayer
Aeetlng 7 o'clock Tbnraday evening. Craw
tordstre. weat ot Main street.
rrvmrn rkihren IN CHRIST. Bev.T.
J. Harbaagbaator. Service every hbiih
at 1 o'elock, A. Mand 7 o'clock, P. M-.teab-
n- 7 o'clock ThandAT TenlixK. Corner of
Crawford and 'West streets.
c-UURCaut UCIil.Kront street, westof Main
Rev. J. W.Awkerraan. Paator Bervlceaon
u.hbiih i iii' o'clock. A. M.. and7o'cloc.
p. M. Habbalb-ebool at 2i P. M. Prayer
meeting every Tbnrs day evening at
o'clock.
ST. MICHAEL'S CA IHOUCCHVRCB.Bmr.
l u vnnaa Pumr. Everv other Habbatb,
Pint Maw at o'clock, A. M., Hlsb Mas at
10, A. M.. Catechism at 2, P.M. wrvleesln
EnelUh, tierman and Prenen. Mesa every
oruinc at o'clock. A. ML, West end of
Maln-Croas street.
aSRMANLUTHKBAmaLJohn')CHURCH,
Kev. M. Baerkle, Pastor, uervice ever
l h.r HshhaLh at 10 o'clock. A. M.. HabOSt
Hchooi at t o'clock. A. M. Blnitln Society at
T o'clock Friday evening. Corner of West
and Pront streets
gSULlSH RifORMSD (fit PouTi) CHUR CH,
Kev. Joalan Hay. raawfr. owira
ALhnr Habbatb at 10 o'clock, A. M. intend
of Main-Cross street,
rjmuiv BitnRJtKD CHURCH. Rev. J. O
RobL Paator. Servloe every other Babbatb
at S o'clock. A. M. Babbatb School at
o'clock, A. M. Prayer Meeting at 7 o clock
Wodneaday ovanlng. asm ana m auun'
Ureas street.
A VABOXL1LAL CHUB CH.Rev.Wm.WhlU
tlmrton, 'Paator. Services every Bsbbath
at IUS4 o'elock. A. M, and 7 o'clock, P. -
Babbatb Hcbool at o cioca,
M. Prayer
meeUng Wednesday evening.
Creel east of Main.
Bandnaky
ntvolttt.
A
vionr IT rvimrt'TT WO. GO R. ar 8. X.
uMta.vmmMtiniiHmnd Mondavineacb
tnonih. jArs WriAoK. I.LU.1L B.B.
BkaAnautr, Beoorder.
riNDLAY CBAP1XR. NO. 88, R. A. M.
BecnlarConvocaUon, First Monday In each
month, a P. K.lJtoxa,H. P, D. B. BxAaue
X.KT, Seoretaxy,
UNDLAT LODGE. AO. S37, r. A. if.
Hegnlar Ooinmnnicatlon first and Third
Wedneedavs In each month. M. B. PATTKB-
aoa W MO. J. DsWouk, Secretary.
HI. A KCH ART) Z.ODQX. NO. TS. F. A. M.
Keanlar Uommonioatlon Second and Fourth
Wednesdays In each month. B. V.
son, W. sL. F. W. FiBitrji, Bscretary.
UOLDi.lt RULM KSCAMPXEST, WO. 91,
I. O. O. . Stated meeting on the second
and fourth Fridays of each month, 7 o'clock,
P. M. In Odd Fellows' Hall, D.C,FUUUB
. . ti p and U. T. winoiBa, Bcrioe.
X A ACOCK LODUJS, HO. 78, 1. O. O. Fs-
Hated meetings every xaeaaay evening ai
in ooa reiiows naiu J. jr.
Pownu Bee y.
f
DflparVare and Atri?af5f 2fa2a "rt-ttaJ
Findlay Post Office.
DBPAKTtTKC
Owaw Brme C&sG KM- a. m
rrmml&ach lK.L. MX--1:40 p.
AUITAIA
CwMewtC.a,CiUt.'MOp. m.
rrrmotU BramJt L. RBj lLSO a.
lltFA BTtT&K.
Tow Sam fanaa, Mue and Bowling
Urn Toeeday, Thursday and batnrday,at
a. m. Arrive at P. M. , , ,
JVC. flliiasMrs, Mtmektown and Maff i Obmer
Tneaday and batarday, at 1 p. m. Aarrlve
Findlay 13 H. .
ArUnoum, WiUmmtmnand Dunkirk-Tuesday
and Saturday, at 1 p. m. Arrive ISM.
ttauan ana aumhi auotimj
and Friday, at 1p.m.
OaA Ridge, oiumn, Roanoke, Brtmore and GU-
e Tuesday ana r riaav, w 1 a. in.
A ID 11
Mmm Ovine Burnley and Pendleton Friday,
at a a. m. . m J
UeCemfrond tlag Center Wednesday and
Saturday, at 1 p-m Arrive
Columbia (Jrvvo Friday, 6 a.m. Arrive 8 P.M.
doXuesday and Friday 2 p, m. Arrive 1P.M.
- - - KtVFlVa HOrrKs.
Open at 7a.m. and close at 9p.m.
Person holding boxes m ml pay rent on the
same within the first ten days o leach quarter.
Quarter eommeno i is, April, uiy ana uot.
1st.
Persona taking papers through the office
Bust pay the posuwe In advanoe, or they will
be discontinued. The following are tne
heq1
tsrly rates of postage :
an u mas a week, io
Papers publishedaev-
eenu; times, no oenu ;
8 times, 16 oenU; twice a week, 10 cents ; once
s week. 6 eents; monthly, over 4 ounces,
enta: 4 ounce and less, oenta.
THOB. E. ADAMS. P .M.
Business Directory.
1 suHsi Llaaa Iswerteal la thla
rtaaesita.1 tAe ssscr at lx sUn
rwisssa.
ttoTsru at Saw.
W. BU AXbEBSOB. GEO. T. PEirnLETOK
aIDEUOI at rEHDLETOX.
ATTORNEYS at Law. Will attend oarefully
and .promptly to all kinds of business,
fcpeelal ausuuoa given to Titles, Probate
niaUsra,Conveyaneing and Collection' Ol
nceoverH.ubem' Drue tare, north of Court
House,
ttep.. I87S-U. .
J. K. JOHSSTOM. aErrEBSOS KCAHEIXT-
JOHVSTwJf 4k eABTEl.a.T.
ATTORSETB AND COUNSELLORS AT
Law, Findlay, Ohio. Office in "Head
quarter BaUding. North eastof Court House
Will attend promptly to all bualnew entrust
ed to their ear April 26, 1872.
a, r. iivEaiu,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will attend prompt
ly to tmalness Special attention Klven
to ooileetlons. Office in rey's Building,
(over Ruthraafl A Corey's Hardware btore,)
Main Street, Findlay, Okie.
C . BAKHD.
ATTtJaNEY AT LAW A COLLECTION
A mnL Office La Oarlln's Block, oppo
site the Court House. Special attention giv
en to collection in town and country. Loans
negotiated on favorable terms. Oct. 20, l 1.J
JAMES A. BOFE,
TTORNEY AT LAW.
offlce over W. L. Davis A Oo.'s Btore, Main
Street, Findlay, unio. tapr.ia.in
HIT HOW. E. t. nnE
bbowx A sura,
. TTORNEYSATLAW, Findlay, O. Will
A .mniaiii attendance at their office.
over "Old White Corner," first door South oi
the Court House, and will give prompt per
sonal attention to all legal basiness entrusted
to their
JACOB F. BCBKET.
1 irrihVEV ANDCOLTNSELLOR AT LAW
A and Notary Public. Will attend prompt
ly 10 all business entrusted to his care. Par
ticular attention given to Collections, Parti
tion ins "of lands, and business in Probate
Ofl;a""",1
House, I
tturit.
in room uiiunuu wwwihw w vw h
et,
lmav7.
nun n.8Bini. - AAUiEiaArra,
SHA.rU MM,
it.
A VINO farmed A co-partnership yt the
Xi practice of Law,
viii r m
araeUee in State
and Vl
ami iiniuwi maiee
Courts, and will giv
srompt
hamm. all.l.t Ul. wr all BUaUHi VI
tees piacea
ta
tbelr hands.
Ofaosin wneoiers uix;a, r wu-
lay.Ohlo. - - tT
. B.B. BEAKDSLKT,
tWHSEY AT LAW and Claim Age n
A Will practice law in Slate and U.S.Cou rt
and attend promptly to business Intrusted to
ai j ujsuce 01 tne reaos win liuu
toOooveyanolneandtakingdepositlona. Offio
-wnm so, l, Melodeon Building, rinaiay,
M. HalLU,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Notary Pnbll
wlU praetkee in all state and Federal
uouns. uuiw in rauerson's Block, Corner
axaiB ana mnnsnr nuasta. rtndiay. Ohio.
E.
r. pes dletsv
s TrOltJIK A COUNSELLOR AT
LAW.
llin, w . ....
U..ril. ..I I V... rt J ...... , V,
. jau as, ,a-iy
BBTHBUFF A C9BT.
Ttf TiERS In AaTienltaral Imnlem.t. i
Kaila, Glass, bsah, Putty, Bent WorkCut-
itrj, iiiiiw, ikuuji ana a f 11. 1
stock of Shelf Goods, iio. 6 Ewlng's Block!
TmVTTKsT BB4rS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS!
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff and PlpesTT
sDlendia stock of Fine Cut, Short's Puis aa
booking Tobacco,. A full tins of Bale Good
aonwiam ty on nanw. lauwti, siai 11 oucet.
SCatlsl.
DC J. A. BMIaaEM,
DENTALHUROEOW. Partleolarattentlon
given to tne treatment of natural teeth.
leem nued witn gold-toll, tin-foil and allver,
satisfaction guaranteed In ail cane. Office
over welMnaooe ttloie, Main street Plndlay
vet. 1, iu.
C. E. Xl'HL,
.PERATTVE AND MECHANICAL DEN
tint, Cromley'a Block. All operation
pertaining to toe profession, earefnllv and
aklllfnlly performed. Kesldence, NolC, Weat
DR. J. CASK,
C TJBGEON DENTIST, barlnc practiced tw
KJ ly-flve year In Findlay aud vicinity, will
inserc veein in ail tne ainerent sty lea. iilsea
ed Teeth sad Gums treated lnaecienUnr-man
uer. TeeUi extracted without pain. Office In
Henderson's Block, oyer Hancock Bank.
M. A. KELTS Eat, . D. ft).
SA. Keltvkr. Operative and Mechanical
Dentist. Artificial teeta made orallaty rex,
natural teeth rilled with cold, silver. Ac. snd
teeth extracted without pain with laochlnc
SB,cQioroionnc franco emoea. VAJiST ibi
ay of each month, A DA, 3d Friday of each
month. Office in Flndlay, over BakerACo's
naoeBure,same entrance to Lyie a nctnre
uaiiery- i ay iu, "7Z-ti.
gottlt.
AHEAICAJT BOISE.
Proprietor. Corner Main
SBENN1NOEK,
aud Maln-C'roaiMtreels. FlntUay.Ohlo.
heeeutral location of tbla House makes it
the most desirable place Jo atop at In Findlay.
1 he Utt)le. are al way applied with the best
n the market. Uood etaitlee snd hostlers.
so
J. A BAt-IJITIJik. W.S.rOST
B & LIjEXTIS E at POST,
DEALERS IN FOREIGN and DomestlcDry
Goods, Ladle and Uentlemen Famish
ing boods, Yankee Notlona, Millinery Oooda,
W uite Uooda, Olovea and Hosiery, Stationery,
etcetc Kpecialty-Oood goods and low pri
ce, iau. I v, jaain DtmL
W. E. KXTDEK.
THE GREAT CA8H HOUSE, "Old WnlU
Corner," by Court House, A complete Dry
(roods Htore, Clothing to to re, Boot and Uhoe
Store, lial aud Cap Uture, Millinery ktore, Fur
Btore, Carpel Htore. The place where close
ony ers ouy. r ouow tne crowd.
PATTEKKO" at WIXDEKI.
TA E A LEftH I N DRY OOODfi.MUl InerrUoods'
XJ Ladles' and (ient's Fars, Clothing, Car
peia. ujus, vaps, etc, AO. V7 ana W Main toU,
x luuxaj , iuio.
tSromiw.
O.CLINE A &OSH,
TTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
If in Urocerels, t lour, t nh and a Ueneral
variety In the (irocery and Provision 11 ne.
Good prices paid for Butter. Etun. and Coun
try Pioduce generally. East aide of Main Bl,
uroiuoor norm 01 uoit iiouse uiocc, nnaiay,
uuiu. 1 April la. (O-li.i
ISAAC DAVIS. BSTTBT B OKCKS
DATIS A C1KEEN,
1TTHOLESALE AND RETAIL RRncFRH
1 V and Commission Merchants and Dealera
in riour. Halt. run. wooden and Willow Ware
Ao, ota. Corner of Main and banduaky Btreeta.
DATIS. J. W. DAVH, K. I DETWILI1
DAVIS BKOH. A t'O
XTTHOLEHALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
SW .1 .1 .4.. .. in L I . ... It ...1. 11- 1
V 1 aiuiB .11 , IUU1.1 lUfUUUlllTUUUtll
Willow and Wone Ware, Confectionery, Fruits
Notions snd Keneral vartetv. Goods at Whole
sale, at Cleveland and Toledo prices. No. 21
ana -a. M&in rareet
T
to
be
low
and
CITIZEN'S BAKaV.
C1ARLJNS A CO BANKERS. .Banking
House in BAwson's Block. No. fia. Main
street, Findlay, Ohio. Banking Horn from S
to Vi o'clock, M., and from I to o'clock, i. M.
A seneral bankins boalneasdona. Intereaton
special deposits.
a. r. oaob, FAaxn uiui
Jons A. Mksks, Cashier.
HAJTOOCK BASK.
N HENDERSON'S BLOCK, Findlay, Ohio,
ewiis irraiui on -.nuiana, Ireland, Germany,
and all principal cities of Euro
tarope, in sums to
eneral banking bns-
un purchasers, and do a gei
lneas. H.
r. UaUa A CO.
FIMT N ATIOHAI, BASK OF FUDUT
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL-1100,000. Desig
nated DepoHitory of the United States.
nuiuoK lioursrrom to llo'e wl. M and 1
to 4 P. it. IHrertm: E. P. Jones, W. H. Wbeel
r, Henry Brown, J. H. Wilson, and Isaac Da via
r r. rfoHsa, rres'L ti K. Mum, Cash.
oy
at
Tin
J, A. KlMMIllf. D. C K.CAKI.1K.K. D,
KIM9EL A CABLI9,
1)HYSICIANS 4BUKOEONS, Findlay .Ohio.
. Omoe in rooms formerly occupied by Dr.
11. D. Ballard, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
August 2, "71
O. W. H1LLOWAT, M. D.
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Fihdlat.Ohio.
OFFICE First door Northof Huber's Drug
Store. Residence East Main Cross Ml reel-
next door to Liiovllle Carriage Factory
August 10, 1872-tf.
f. w. fibhim. m. n.
PYS1CIAN AND BURGEON. OFFICE
in Ewlng's Block, over Crystal Front DruK
otore. Residence on East Hardin Street. Hd
house Eastof Presbyterian Church.
nozi-u
OHA OESTEEUS. W. M. BETWlA.ES
OESTERI.IH at DETWILEB,
HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIANS A SUR
GEON 14. Offloe and Residence Main SU,
U1MNUMI kUD "UUU nOUBC. UHllSJ VUIO.
EXTRIMIH A HILLEK,
T1HY81C1AN8 A BURGEONS. Surclcaland
X Chronic esses desiring to consult Dr. En-
uiKin will nno nun in tne omee on Wednes
days and Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. m. to
o'clock p. m. Dr Miller can be consulted on
Tuesdays aud Fridays at same hours. Office
in room formerly occupied ny nr. .bntrutin.
Of
aina
in
for
place
W.S.O8BORK. Xu A. IALDWIV
OBBOSH A B1LDWU,
ENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS. Deal"
VI era In Butter, Eggs, Lard, Feathers, Seeds,
Lined Fruits, rieeswax, felts. Hides
1 and Gout
try Produos of all descriptions.
cgtUBfiift.
B. 4k I. at. HCEEB at CO
EALERS IN DRUGS, Stationery, School
Jj Books, etc PreacripUonsaccuratelv com
pounded at all hours day or night. Perfectly
pure Drugs guaranteed. Corner Main and
nainuroM titreeu.
T. C. BALLARD,
PHYSICIAN ANT) 8URGE0M, (successor to
Dr. 3. A. Klmmel,) Caunonsourg, Ohio.
All calls promptly attended.
July
Is-3m.
is
Special Notices.
Clover Threshers and Hulleri.
THIRD IEAK OFSUCCESS I
ell Your Thresher
to send for aa Illustrated elrenlar de.
sjrlptive of th AHLAR l'LO
J"nlF.B Mi :i,LEat AND
;iaAAEaVt 1MI KIK CIUH.
DEI.
EZST XAIS 1 1
Capacity 2U to 7o bushel per day. -Seed
oannoand Monru Unini"
Ashlnnd. JHachine Co.. Aarifonri n.
Ug.10, 10. .
Manlood ; How Lost, How Restored
InMihll.ku a,.. .
- new eoiuon Ol
DR. CULVERWELL8 Celebrat
ed Essay on tne radical cure
(without medicine) of Km a.
MJt
ToKsuiA,or Seminal Weakness, Involunta
ry tsemlual Ltosses, im potency. Mental and
Physical Incapacity, impedimenta to Mar
riage Ac also. Consumption, Epilepsy, and
r 11a, luuuceu uy seu-inauigenoe or sexual ex
tra vaKance.
aePrice, in aaealad envelope, only cents.
Tne celebrated author, in this admirable es
say, clearly deroonstralos, from a thirty years'
succeasiui pracuce, waiine aiarmincooni
quenees of sell-abuse may be radically cured
without tbe dangerons use of Internal medi
without tbe dangerons use of Internal nedi-
cine or tbe application of the knile; pointing
out a mode of cure at once simple, certain,
and effectual, by means ol which every suf
ferer, no matter what Dm condition may he.
may cure himself cheaply, privately, ana
radicallv.
. asTThis Lecture should be In the bands of
everv youth and every man in the land,
Bent under seal. In a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid on receipt of six eentA,or two
Data stamp. Also.Dr. Cul verwell'" Marriage
Uuide,"prloe 50 cents. Addre .the Publishers,
tusn. . niiin m as w.,
127 Brr, Kew Yerk.
ll-y Post Offlce Box -.&.
NOTICE.
r WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Bport
men and others are hereby notified that
Uiey are forbidden to shoot game of any kind
on the premises of the undersigned, unless it
be oy special pernusiuonw
DAVID WALTER, B. B. HUFFMAN,
O. W. POWELL, WM. 8TEVENSON,
DAVID SHEKH.'K, ABR'M GRABLE
WM. MAUT1N JAS. DECKER,
J.R.TIISSIN( B. BEACH,
8.H WOOD. A. POWELL.
Q. W. VANHORN
33. TP. XioTjinson,
General Collecting Agent,
OrriCE-WIth8hsferBroaWheeler'iBlock,
FINDLAY, OHIO.
WILL attend to all basiness entrosted to
his eare, and make tromptrelonZRe
rers bv permlaalo to W. H?A S.J. WnealiT
Whlteley A Blaenord, J. 8. Paienion. SS?.
Bros, H. Brown. D. U F-heVIid a'nytb'
,rm- ino44-Lf.
fltty
the
the
uw
'-L'H
Is
As
Plantation Bitters.
S. T.1860 X.
This wonderful vegetable restora
tire la the aheet anchor of the feeble
and debilitated. As a tonic and cor
dial for the aged and languid It has
no equal among stomachers. As a
remedy for the nervous weakness to
which women are especially subject,
it is superseding every other stimn
lant In all climates, tropical, tem
perate or frigid, it acts as a specific
in every species of disorder which
nndermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal spirit.
Jan 1. 73-1T.
Special Notices. MEXICAN MUSANG LINIMEN
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
ever
extensive a Sale, while none have
been more universally beneficial than
the celebrated MEXICAN KUSTAKQ
LINIMENT. Children, Adults, Horses,
and Domestic Animals, are always
liable to accident and it is safe to sav.
that no family can pass a single sea
son without some kind of an emolli
ent beinr necessary. It becomes a
matter of importance then to secure
tne Dest,
Over three hundred livery stables In tne
city of New York alone are using the M in
cur Mustang Lishcit, In all of which It
gives universal satisfaction.
Cimoi. The genuine is wrapped In a
fine oleei Hate engraving with -O. W. Wctt-
brook, Chemut," and Trade Mark, MEXICAN
ML UTAH (i L1N1MBNT" engraved across
toe lace 01 tne wrapper, xne wnole Dears the
proprietor's private united Htates Revenue
Btamp.andnotacommonstamp, as used by
inrggisTHit
Lro Mawctacturiko Co.,
63 Park Place. New Yor
JOHN WEISS !
N FORMS the public that he has removed
BOOT & SHOE SHOP
Blckelbaupts' Building. Main 8treet,where
la prepared to do all work in his line at as
price as ever.
All Work Warranted!
repairing neatly and promptly done.
8CP.C.1OT2-U.
JOHN ADAMS
ALONE AGAIN !
The Firm of John Adams A Bro. has been
dissolved, and the business will be carried on
John Adams
r.
!
No
his old stand, where ha intends to keep up
CheapestPlace in Town,
TO BUT ALL KIKS6 OF
Ware, Cook, Parlor, Box
and Coal Stoves.
every variety and at prices so low that It
astonishes everybody. He also does every
01
JOB WORK!
Eaves-troughing, Hoofing,
Tin, Sheet Iron, and .
Copper Work,
and ia also maklrg his celebrated
STOVE rIt,TT3X
large quantities and warrants to give en
tire satlslaction. He Is agent for Markle's
WOODEN, WELL
AND
CISTERN PUMPS
Keeps all kinds of
drive and open wells,
1
Dont forget the
"o. 30, Goit Xlonse Block,
Findlay, Ohio.
1,000 Cords of Wood taken in Ex
change for Goods.
Sept. 27, 1872-3m.
REMOVAL.
adamWeil
"TTrOULD INFORM ALL OLD CU8TOM
W era that he bat he Is Oxed un In nisnew
quarters, near the L. E. A L. RR. Depot, and
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MAIN LINE
COISO BOCTH
BTATIOXS.
Leave r-andosky .
Arrive C!yde
Mail.
F'd'y ACiExprese
8.UOam
8.45 am
8iuun
Mlm
KJSam
7.4ipm
&.4Upm
5.50 pm
6 06 pm
80 pm
HJlo pm
&A pm
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G. Hnrinira..
Tiffin
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iopiu
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Arrive Fore tst
lUam
10 Mara
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Kenton
llilam B Tt'ne !ll.lhpm
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it is pm Aceom.iiuu in
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4.40 am il 56 am
W. Liberty
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1.22 pm
2. W pm
6.07 am
&.0Ham
Uillll
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J?7am
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S.ao am
67 am
Leave Spiinicheld
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. pm
Arrive 1117100
S.4eam
6.30 am
Cincinnati.
t.20pm.lo6am
main line
COlltO KOBTH
STATIONS.
Msil
B'fn Ac
ExprES
Leave Cincinnati .
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a.24 am
8.00 pm
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7.2-1 pm
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v. ju pm
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8J!7am
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5.01am
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5.40 am
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6 30 am
7.15am
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1U16 am
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JM pm
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" Kenton
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2.00 pm
2J)lpm
2S1 pm
J22 pm
3 .00 pm
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F'lyAc
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iepm
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2.011 pm
2.10 pm
2.5o pm
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8.05 am
8.15 am
(.00 am
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de
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ooino east. COLUMBUS D1V. Goina west.
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7J8 pm London
s5u am'Col umbos
Accora .Express
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IJupm
.iam 7.30 pm
8.40 ami 65 pm
7J0pm 5.45 pm
4-45 pm
OOIB o west. FINDLAY BR'C'H. SOLhi EAST.
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10.45 ami 7.5t)pmlV'aulue. ll2J7pm 5.56 pm
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J.C.BrrxTIS, B USH R. SLOAN E.
AKsiHnpt pres't and Oen Sup't
. J n aw numeral iiciLei A stem.
All
J
inat
I
In
That
That
But
As
Once
"Be
P. Ft. W. & C. Railway.
ON" AND AFTER June 2d, 1S72, Trains will
leave otations dally, (Sundays excepted,)
TKAHTS OOISQ WEST.
I
No. 1 I
No. S I No. 7 I
No.
EX.
HAIL.
EX.
PlttiiburB
1.45 am
7.10am
9.30a m
2.30 pm
3.3Kpm
6.15 pm
7.47 p m
9.46 p m
Rochesl''
2.52 am
5.05 am
8.45 am
10.42a m
Alliance-
11.45 am
1.85 pm
8.23pm
55p m
Orrvllle
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.05a m
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2.10pm
4.17pm
70 pm,
11.40 am
1.2.30 am
2Jx a 111
2.25 pin
C.50pm
3.05 am
6.101
Chicagowj
6.50 a mi
8.20 am
TEAINS GOIKQ EAST.
No. 8
MA1I.
No. 2
EX.
I No. e
I No. 4
EX.
Chicago. 5.50 am 8 20am 6.36 p ml 9.20pm
Plym'th.. s.loam 1103pm 9.06 pm 12. i a in
FUW'yne 12.16 pm 1.75pm lltipiuj 11.16a iu
Lima 2.26 D ni 2.15nml 1.42aml fi.Onatn
1 1 1
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CresU'e ,??m ? SDm l.am Z 'Zm
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Orrvllle 25 p ml 8.12pm 7.00a mlll.oea m
Alliance. 4.40pm 9X0 pm Soa ml 1.10pm
Kocbest'r 7.17pm 11134a m 11.05 am Uim
Pittsburg I tUipm l.Ooamllilopml 4.35pm
No. 1 dailv. exoeDt Mondav N'ia.5 r H ami
dally, ezept Sniidayt Nos. g and daily
4 dolly, except Saturday and Sunday.
F. R. MYERS,
(ieneral Passenger and Ticket Ag'L
with
And
That
Then
Write
Write
Wild
Forthe
Hence
He
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13.1871.
From Fibula y.
N0.1 No. Ac-
stations Passenger, and Mall.
Leave PiiiOifcy - , !vJfl m 1-10p m
" Arnartm mot )..!
Arrive Fostorlae0 " 2:32 "
Leave " .8.-34 " A4 "
jackeon6:47 " s.-03 "
Amiui-n :VI .,, a-i
lfn. - , 3-28
Winters 7:12 - 3:.m
Ax've Fremont 7:40 " 4:10
To FlRDLAT
No. 4 No 3 Ac
BTATiONB. Passenger, and Mall
Leave Fremont7.W p m.9.10 a m
Winters 7.2d " 9.38
Van... 1 r m jm -
Amsden 7.4o " 10.00 "
Jackson 731 " 10.07 -
ArriveFostorta.ii.05 10.2S
Leave " S.08 " 10.34 -
Arcadia 8 27 " -
Ai l--glnrtl.v si - 11.40
Close connections are made at Monroe vllle
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Oct. 4. IS72-6W. Auburn, N. V,
by
care
Lige
plsy
lie
and
unieer
giving
adriiL
It
ness
his
part
that
sound
"Do
oath?''
ment,
of
bag
since
by
with
The
Alex.
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hours
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ner
few
one
"Ine
had
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13.1871. Poetical.
THE GREELEY CROW.
BY CARL BRET.
Onco upon a rainy morning, I was half asleep
and scorning
my outward man's adorning, dreading to
get up once more.
Through the morning, grbn and yellow, sad-
deniy there came a bellow.
i ol some belated fellow acreecnlng at my
chamber door.
some wretched dun,"I matt tared eeresch
lng at my chamber door.
Only this, and nothing more.
nst before the morn, T mention,! beard from
that Convention.
Where they nominated Greeley and Mis-
souri's great bore : .
area oore , ,
IniULvthw. , , . . , ,
"
wishing vainiy,wishingmadiy,thatoonven -
tions were no more.
the swindling, base conventions ne'er
could cheat the people more :
For my heart and head were sore.
had been as fondly hoping, during the dark
and dismal groping
the regions ot disaster, bnng'ring for the
pnolic store.
the Liberal folks; wo lid give us some
potato to relieve us.
they never would deceive us as we'd
been deceived before :
the thought of Horace Gresley and the
platform made me sore.
Made me very sick and sore.
1 listened, came the screeching through
the misty morning reaching.
again my ears beseeching, screeching at
my chamber door.
thou creature or pe rdilion," said I, "or a
child elyslan.
Worse thou art not than the vision that has
haunted me once more "
Vision of old Horace Greeley and th great
Missouri bore.
May that vision come no more I
"Enter !" And there came a creature, like
fowl in form and feature,
the black funeral feathers and the
peer or a crow.
Though his eyes were hard and steely, yet Its
race was soft and vealy,
ft like Horace Greeley did the frightful
nguregrow,
I could not help but wonder whether It
were man or crow
Vile, disgusting, carrion crow.
I said : "Thou direful phantom, of the
carrion tribe tbe bantam.
Wherefore hast thoa come
a-screeohing,
screeching at my chamber door T
Whether ghosts from realms supernal, or foul
nend from fires infernal,
within my dailyjonrnal thy cognomen,
1 impioie,
thy name and whence thou camestjuMl
thy station, I implore."
Wrote the creature : "Baltimore."
I screamed, "Tremendous liar ! thou
shall burn In endless fire.
black and baseless falsehood that tby
claw has dared to score !
with such a vile invention i At ihe
Baltimore Convention
Greeley's name will have no mention, vll be
heard of never more :
and Brown will be forever gently laid up
on me floor.
And be heard of nevermore."
the creature: "Pimp and pander.
wherefore ralsest thou thy dander T
Pleasant drunkard, gentle horse thief, honest
Jail bird, list to me,"
I felt my heart was sinking, at the crea
ture's baleful winking, -
his horrid eyes were blinking, while be
said: "TU true you see.
that you must starve forever, or must
blindly swallow me,
Shut your eye and swsllow me."
must take me foot and feather And must
swallow aii toeether.
my horny bin beginning, ending with my
homy toes."
but i was gaunt and hollow, with my
hunger lean and sallow.
I made a mighty swallow, though my
rebel stomach rose.
my gullet choked with feathers, and
paiaie scratcned Dy toes
Shut my eyes and held my nose.
i thought, "Of all the fetid drags that
e er to men were meted, I
disease the deepest seated, nought ilk.
anr.,w.t ..h .iH, ""A , , J. . I
past enduring;
doesn't do the curing, i shall never dn&
tor more;
die and be forgotten, and will visit
earth no more.
Never go to Baltimore.
with retchings agonlzingoon I felt my
siomacn rising.
a fearful sickness seized me, burning
out oi every pore,
my knees my form I humbled, aU my in
wards roared and rumbled.
the mess disgusting tumbled, black, and
foni upon the floor;
the crow that I had swallowed lay before
me on the floor,
Bark and dirty on tbe floor,
I said: "Of all the dishes, if of beasts or
birds or fishes.
creeping things suspicious, that a mor
tal ate befoie.
ever passed my gullet bait as bad
that black pullet.
I hope some friendly bullet may out
stretch me on the floor.
ever am so crazy as to swallow any more,
Crow's my weakness nevermore.
j
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I
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1
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I a
a
so
the
six,
my
AU
be
but
as
too
both
his
be
year
line
edge
we
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tor,
er
tors
tn
a
the
DO
spite
tbe
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the
to
in
Miscellaneous.
THE NATURE OF AN OATH.
Early in the rebellion, when the
Federal forces were stationed at Beau
fort, S. C, there was an old darky
tbe name of Lige Jackson, who,
deserted by bis master, was lelt to
ot himself aa best he might.
was considered a chattel ol weak
intellect, and, moreover, ha a
exceeding awkward in hb attemp to
the role of a house servant
smashed and destroyed nearly
everything he laid his hands noon.
having waited upon nearly every
at me post, each in turn, alter
bim the benefit of some bard
language for his stupidity, turned him
happened that Lige was a wit
in a case that came before a court
martial, and baing called up to give
teuimony, was objected to on the
of the defendant, who stated
be didn't believe the nigger, ot
mind.
Stand uu. Lise'' said the Court.
you understand the nature of aa
Lige scratched his wool for a mo
and then, turning up the white
bis eyes, he replied:
Look a yeare. marse. dm nicreer
waited on 'bout half de ossifers
dey cum to dis place, and if be
uuvierotana ae nature od an oai
die time, den dars no wirtue in
cussing.
Xne Court considered Li?e a com
witness.
self
this."
days
seer,
a
and
lower
tbe
eyes,
hang
that
Blom
the
A Paris writer is authority for the
louowing illustration of the rapidity
which Dumas the elder worked.
writer ays that it was at his
country villa, Monte Cristo. that
Dumas wrote the majority of
late novels, and one of the best
composed under rather curious
circumstances. He was asked oae
at dinner bow much time he
require to write a novel of four
hundred pages Seventy-two hours
answered Dumas. A waser was im
mediately proposed and accepted
: that at the end ot seventy-two
he would have completed a nov
el Dumaa called for pen and paper
four hundred pages were numbered
lor him, and be began at the din
table With the exception ot a
bour'a repose be wrote incessant
ly, and before the time bad expired,
ot tte most interesting novels,
Chevalier of JUaison Koagt,
received its finishing touch.
put
bear
tbe
help
jor,
eyes,
time.
ing
shll
arm
the
LAWRENCE BLOM.
Translated for The Prairie Farmer from
Translated for The Prairie Farmer from the Swedish, by Carl Larsen ]
Lawrence Blom. the elder brother
to one of oar school-fellows, was a
gradener on one of the laree farms
m the vicinity of Stockholm. He was
about thirtv veara of aire when we
urs. Knew nim, snort 01 stature, out
uncommonly broad-snoniaerea ana
strong; had a face reddish-brown
from health and eon, almost aa round
mo iivcueai. uik tjs,
nose somewhat crooked, pretty biz
mouth, exhibiting two roa of the
whitest and broadest teeth ; stiff,
Tcu-uuu uaii uajgiuij im uuwii
upon his shoulders, always well j
and part, d in the middle, and
whiskers of the same color and qual
;r ;,A v.:.
hlv nniful nj1.,lii, hwMil Ahin
"J wu.wwm HIIUU WVW WMM.
.avpMM K nm was nnmsmAji
dw naa tne care oi his junior suteri
. . , a.... ...
lanabrotner. Tne sister ne Kept
temaie institute, and the brother
C!ra school. Tbe gardener waal
present at each examination, nsaaily
dressed in m green coat, trimmed
with shining buttons : and whenever
he made bis appearance oar faces
Deamea wita acknowledgment and
joy, being sore, examination over, to
torm a circle around a bundle of
apples, which, without regard to dili
gence or deportment during the term,
were (UsuiDuted equally among alL
The teachers, too, received him with
great good win, lor to each be Drought
cluster ot grapes, or some other
green-house delicacy ; and the large
Dowqaet -doming the catheter on ex
animation day was al wsy s a present
uom mm- ins orotner s tuition was
paid in the Iruits of nature. We
often saw in the list of charges made
according 10 acuity ior payment,
amia tne numoers id, io, o, oi, 3, 10,
aiso i dol wnite parsneps and 1 Do.
peas, to be delivered next harvest ;
it could be said truly that the
teacher's ltbor waa not fruitless, al-
though our schoolmate was one ot the
laziest and tardiest doys who ever
went to school. But one day, about
middle of tbe term. Lawrence
Blom came in.
"A ow," said he, "my brother has
attended Clara Higher School during
eight years, and studied Latin during
out be knows not the name or a
single flower, nor even the difference
between the animal and vegetable
kingdoms; hardly between peas and
pork. When it thunders he thinks
itisThorout riding, and when it
blows he sajs Bolus sits in heaven
knows which corner of the world
puffing. It is about the same with
sister at the f emale Institute.
she knows is thatCalypso eouldnH
consoled at the absence of Ulysses,
tbe finally she loved Tslemachus
well as before she had loved his
father. But this is of no use. It is
much Latin on one side, and too I
much love on tbe otber. I give I
a good day." So saying he took
brother and departed.
Our eyes, sadly followed both
brothers, and the teacher himself I
appeared darker than usual ; surely
foresaw, aa did we, that the next
would be a poor fruit year. It
seemed to -na as II Lawrence Blom,
the angle with drawn sword, had
driven us from the garden, and only
because of the blessed tree of knowl-
of Latin and Greek, of wbloh
all were compelled to eat in suite I
reason's divine law.
What road waataken bv Blom. our
schoolmate, I know not ; but his
brother Lawrence, our old benefac
some yefcrs after became garden
to one oi the riohest land propria
Schonen, an ex major L ,
nharmias Vimsh aa utMiiiMinnnnu I
hl- .nbordinatea. People bad
warned Lawrence Blom against such
proprietor, and represented to him lt
imorudence of leavinsr a Diacefrolleo.
where he was liked br sIL and could I
Imanape almost as be pleased, for
service to a person, who. for the cor-
rectionof his servants, bad a so-1
called "nine tails" on bis estate.
"I have crafted successfully where
t.-.I V.l. UL. 1 I
onecise tuoagai u coaiu ds ogoe,"
answered Lawrence Blom: and in I
of all warning he went to I
Schonen. Arrived there, snd upon
estate where he was to be garden-
he found both garden and green-
bouse in most miserable condition.
'How many extra day's help are
allowed the gardener ?" he asked
overseer on the day of bis arrival. I
"One hundred a year," waa the
answer. I
"Do you consider it possible, sir.
maintain garden and sreen house I
f?ood order with so little help 7
" v. sa. '
Lawrence mom asKed-
The inspector shrugged his shoal-
but remained ailenL
"First, tbe green-house has to be I
in perfect order," said the gar-
dener; "and then I must absolutely
st least four hundred extra
help in a year.'
"Must? reteated the inspector,
pouting bis lips, casting a shy look I
around; "but yon must apeak your-1
with tbe gracious major about all I
"That's just what I mean to.'' said
Lawrence Blom, and went to find the I
gracious major,
"That men will not remain two
on the farm, "muttered the over-1
"and if he goes from here with !
sound back I am mistaken."
Blom found the "gracious iaior.'
sitting alone in bis office before a
writing desk. He was a tall, lean,
middle-aged mas, with stiff bearing,
equally stiff countenance. His
lip protruded, almost hiding
upper one, which is sid to be
significant of contempt for alL His
projecting and naturally some
what large, had through the habit of
closing the eyelids become small and
blinking, which Is said to signify
haughtiuess. Major L. did not need
unnatural distortions, or to
out a sign on a face upon which
nature bad atamped hardness and
cruelty, perhaps for the same reason
it baa given the rattle to the
rattlesnake.
I am the gardener,' Lawrence
aaid, introducing himaelf.
"Goto the inspector,' answered
msjor without deigning the new
comer as much as a quarter of a
glance.
"Tne green-nousa is useless u not
in repair at once," said Blom.
'Go to the inspector ! Didn't you
what I aaid, fellow f continued
major, in a louder tone.
"Neither will a nunaraa extra uaya
da I must have at least lour
hundred, continued mom, ne too
raising bis voice
"Yoa say, doer' shouted tbe ma
starting, snd opening widely bis
perhaps now nrstin a long
Blom repeated bis demands, add-
. . as . I W a
: Aod an una a mui aureiy
have, unless It is the design that I
produce drown beans instead of
grapes, ana potatoes iosmjsu oi nan-
What a wild oath the major sprsng
bis chair, and hurried with lifted
toward the gardener.
Down with your arm 1" shouted
Blom; "for all the branches snd
boughs whieh are in my way I break."
Exasperated the major turned to
wall, and snatched therefrom a
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aiso
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fixed
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with
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major
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jor
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jor
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rase
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but
even
office door opened, and in hurried
servants and other laborers on the
-aeize mmi ne u a robber I
. . . . .
sightof the mas er's face, in whioo
aooupleof bloodshot, fire-
C0M8e Eu;u Pch whip ; bat just
ha turned back again, his eyes fell
UPUU BumeuilI18 reaemuiiag me muz
zle of a pistol, which
the gardener
Lia maater'a
held directed toward
breast.
"I didatflike the domestic disciDline
ana least or all teat of Schonen."
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aid Blom with a low distinct voice;
-o I will tell von. I dst fur everv
w-ui a uuoi ieaa, ana every nit
n ny Kin wnu a note in your brain.
1 wiU be a generous debtor I promise
you.
uju, iaio aa a corpse, stooa
while aa if petrified ; then hurried
tne winaow. opened it and shout
ea ior neip. Liawfence Blom seated
iucu ujjuu a viiair. xne
estate, who accidentally had been
nnt; I. k .u.
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omM.
muraerer 1 enoated the major.
pointing to the new gardener.
"It can't be all right with master."
said Lawrence Blom, with an expres-
sion of the deepest sym path v: has
been so jongf he added, half
audibly, turning to the servants, and
pointing to nis own Drain.
O, what a villain 1' hissed the
major: "search his pockets lmmedi-
ately 1 he has murderous weapons,
nd has recently threatened to shoot
me i"
Heaven pity our poor master !"
exciaimea Lawrence mom, souring
his head. "WelL tbe major shall
have bis own wsy, and here are my
pocxeis I searcn them ciosalr, good
peple, ana convince the major that
uus is empty imagination.-
o saying he tamed bis pockets
inside out, while all present, ot whom
tome uau aireaay maae acquaintance
wiin ine new garuener, stared witii
astonisnment, now at nun now at tne
major, but made at last tbe recom-
mended search, without finding any-
thing more than a little paste-board
box containing snuff. Tbe major
nimsen assisted, witnout Detter snc-
cess.
"But I" be exclaimed, foaming with
rage, "I did myself see the pistol the
rascal recently pointed at me I Per-
baps he baa thrown it down some-
where here in the office.'
bo taey commenced searcning ev-
where; under writing-deske, sofas
na cnairs : but in vain.
"remaps we ought to inform the
gracious lady concerning the condi-1
of his grace, so a doctor can be
brought immediately," proposed
mom.
The major, agitated at an occuj-
rence to nim so entirely new, began
tremble as if in a fit of ague, and
last sank upon a chair. Thinking
n attacx oi apoplexy tney pour-
water upon his head; Lawrence
Blom doing bis beat to help in the
relief of the master, but in his zeal
mistook and caught hold of the
colossal inkstand that stood upon the
taoie, tne contents oi which ne pour
upon the "gracious major" head,
after, having committed another I
blonder, left the offlce, taking his
J toward the garden. But bad
stayed a ahort while in the yard,
couia nave witnessed now tne men i
shrieking from the offlce pursued
the "gracious major," swinging
dreadful gutta percba to right
leit, roaring iiKe a Hon, and witn I
as black aa a nego. Lawrence
Blom first witnessed the new specta-
between the "gracious major'' and
servants, when as he stood in the
doorway of a tool-room by the green-1
bouse, tbey fled past, followed by the
dreadful master.
"Ha i" snouted the major, stopping
inatantlv al the aicrhtof the cardener I
root and origin of all tbe trouble,
Lawrence Blom could not help smiling
emitting eyes. He retired a little
within the room 'which was lighted I
from the operJdoor. The major I
dashing in after him with the
percna ratsea, oat stopped sua-
denly, for again be discovered In the
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kusu iiku uwu ui ui ui i
wnicu bad threatened mm in tne or-led
fice,and for which he had sought in I
"Dont look this waysaid Blom,
warnmgly ; "it is possible that I may
over-manned and ill-treated, but
sure that the whip for me to-day
the same as the requiem for you
Not for yourjgarden's
alone am 1 come nilnr ; but
ana pernaps cmtny, to tame ine i
oi whom 1 bave long beard aa
number one among all unjust and
masters. But rt is awful ho
.. . a. a
you are in tne iace," ne aaaea
smiling. "Yoa surely must bsve
turned yourself inside out to-day."
w hen Lawrence Blom bad concia
the major retired by degrees
toward the door, hia eyes constantly
upon the dreadful pistol, still
pointing toward toward him, but as
as be had supped ouisi ie the
be slammed the door shut
tbe'qnickness of Hghtniog.so that
Blom was aware ho was caught
in a dark arrest lie heard the
eive out a lauzh of acorn, and
away ; but soon he heard out-
the steps and voices of sevoral
persona.
YeAgentlemen : be heard the ms
say, "I have encountered Satan
himself! but here I have him safely
locked up
Lawrence Blom saw the door open
the msjor again enter, this time
accompanied by the overseer, come
the farm hands.and two elderly gen
tlemeoAsheafter wardjearned the min
and justice of the place, who,
invited to dine with the major,
just arrived and met their host
he was on the way to the overseer's
for help.
Trira nnw von vallAin ! the ma
began, "out with the weapon, with
which, lor the second time, you nave
iitinmiui bininnisrm: and confess
troth, aa the oroceca can sro off in I
hnrr
T t.V.th. o-ntlsmen as witnesses,
main- haa mIImI me a villain, and
aionaarl wi nf hawta? intended to I
order him. ottered Lawrence Blom
the greatest composure in ine
world. "This is tbe second time to-
1 have been exposed to such out
in the presence oi others."
"Out with the pistol! continued
major.
"If vou can find pistol, or any other
murderous weapon, even a garden
declared Blom. I will ooenlv
guilty to all the gross crimes of
which my master accuses me. nut
will find none, snd I fear now,
before, that the gracious major
a disordered brain, for
The major raised, his gutta percba
rush upon the gardener, when tbe I
minister and jostles stopped between
Ha could not possibly have got
this room since the major, him
self, closed it," remarked the latter,
aad, oonssquently, he most have
pistol either upon him, or con
cealed somewhere here, unless he baa
t a i . A.- v x : i , m. I
awauoweo is wuici ia impoBsiDia.r
lugHcum auussuuB was now i
mads by the overseer and the justice,
luinaeu, out wiu ue same result as
iiish. iuiiit w im iuiuju i
the ansa box, wmcn was emptied,
inveswgaieu, m u u were oe-
Ueved that a pistol could be hidden I
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cerning the matter, aajiag, laugh
combed insrl v. something like this : Mv &ar
in it. AU looked at each other, gar
Drised. and the
and wnUi, could not ba nortrsved in
words.
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"Perhaps, too. vcu do not acknowl
edge having emptied an inkstand up-
on the
major heid? asked the
intir-
Yes, certainly," Lawrence Blom
confessed, "but ia my haste, I mia-
took it for a water denantpr. when
the major fainted in the efflce be-
sides, I have recently asked the ma-
jorB parjon (or tni3) anJ got it
"Has ne got my pardon?" ihriek
ed the maior.
"Of course," continued Lawrence
Blom; ''the major was recently in
ims room ana issiec, nimseir, con-
Blom, one might easily believe that
v.?. , t c .
you was Lather, and I batan, since
yon threw the inkstand at me.' These
were the major's words."
J too confounded vilian !" shont-
ed the major, and was again abou; to
spring upon Kiom.
"But we have not yet examined
the room,2' remarked the last ice.
aain stepping between. "The pistol
must certainly be concealed here
somewhere.
Now was began a search ot floor,
walls and roof, but all in vain. The
major, who was not tbe least zealous
in this, happened, for the over-meas-
lure of his ill-fate, ta hit bis head
against a huge wasps' nest, hanging
from a beam, tbe result being that
multitude ol wasps atones swarmed
out, buzzing around the ears of those
present. All, at once, rushed from
the room, screaming and gesticu!a
mcr in a most dreadlui manner.
Like lancers with aimed lances.
and even perhaps more dangerous
sometimes are such, did the wasps
pursue the flying. The Justice and
minister hopped around like sparrows
among the hot-beds, and were at
last obliged to throw themselves
down beside the garden pond, where
they lav dipping their heads into the
water, in this way to rid thimselvea
their enemies. '
Yet worse ofi was the host him
self : for the waso?. instinctively nr.
derstamiing who waa the disturber
their quiet home, directed their
main strength against him.
"Help ! nelp ! -ere with neip I"
bawled, aa with both hands he
tore bis hair, and sprawled his limbs
like a jumping jack.
But all were tully occupied in tak
lag care of themselves. The only
one who had mercy upon tho major
was really oar friend Lawrence Blom,
himself prettily protected by his
thick still hair, lie seized a big
awab which he h-d discovered among
other fire extinguishing tools in the
room, wet it in tne pond, and tnen
it dance with energy around his
masters ears.
TJirb. !" he breathed, "don't beat
hard 1 ugh I atop you wretch I"
"It is to kill the wasps only to
tbe wasps I ' answered Lawrence
Blom, unlnteruptedly continuing his
work of mercy. "Six wasp 3 can kill
horse, and the 'gracious major has
least a dozen in bis wig !"
"O, will you stop ! continued the
major, "stop: you beat out my
eyes, you arch villain !"
"Only for the wasps; these wasps !"
lepeated perseveringly banging
on right, now on left, and now
the middle of his skull. At last
msior. takine bis resolution, fled
from the field of battle, and thus
ended another scene.
Tbe major lay in bed four days, ill
biloua fever, or whatever it
and during this time Lawrence
Blom received through overseer and
nthnra tha msinr'a neremDtorv com-
mand to leave the place. But Biom
explained, that as the contract
tween bim and the major was for five
years which was really the case
was bis firm resolution to remain
that time in the major's service
people on the farm and in the
neigtborhood knew not exactly what
think or all ibis ; but tne ma
toritv contemplated the gardncr with
1!1 ... .,1 - 1 1
soiaeimiig uss esteem, su kuui
sins: that the arrangment be was
making for the restitution of the
greenhouse and garden manifested
ability and taste. One day, not
after the major's recovery, Lw
rence Blom received an order to ap-
at once before him, whom be
not seen since the scene at the
room. He found him sitting in
small room, looking aomewbat pale
enfeebled, nut iiis pnysiogomy
the milder for ail that.
"You will nit go away by good
means,' the msjor began.
"No.nor even by evil means, an
swered the gardcer.
The major who sat by a table took
a drawer a written paper which
spread out.
"This is the contract my agent in
Stockholm made, cn my behalf, be
tween us," be said.
to
on
at
at
ed
Well, what thenr' esSed .Law
Bboi. "It ii all nglit that the
Now It waa the major's turn to be-k-nff
come aurprised. Evidently be bad
msjor baa one cpy, as I have the
other.''
"You must immediately sign upon
contract an agreement to leave
service without tbe least recom
pense.'' Lawrence Blom stared at the ma
somewhat surprised, font ap
peared to him very queer that, after
what had happened, he coma run
suppose bim so pliable.
"ludeec, 1 shall do no suca tiling,"
answered
Yoa must.' said the m?jor,
"otherwise I ehali take suitable means
compelling you,' he added taking
of a thick cane which stood
by.
Blom's surprise was raised to a
higher degree at this new threat, of
powerlessnes or which ite msjor ai-
ready before now ought to have l een
mow. h
tin? look around the walls, and
aome moments' meditation,
dropped bis eyes toward tbe floor,
L I In ! I s s&ia r.An ant anr.mil
eiuiunmg
n ud fe"r-
"Yoa write as 1 command you
scoundrel !" continued the msjor, ap-
proacmng mm wim mc uw
wj cannot, gracious major : an
awered Blom ; "to come in'o tbe
gracious major's service I have refus
the most profitable offers from
other directions. Beat me, air ma
kill me; but write I shall not.
expected a very different
result to
and ia Lis heart he was
mreai,
deeply hurt at his disappointment.
So, thenjrou will not t'loot me to
dsy ? Then yon bsve not the pistol
vou to day, you bandi ? he
.hooted, as with the cane he gave
Blom a hard blow upon the shoulder
To bs maltreated and endure has
all time been the lot of the poor,"
moaned Blom ; "but to be accused
carrying murderous weapons.
wben one's whole life ua been one of
neace. could touch a stone.
" . .
Am I
htn a muraerer, mtjor i '
xrs, a lar greaier one than any
haa laid his bead upon the block !'
exclaimed be.
m ouy neeu now to oe called a
thief. Perhapa I am this too?"
Surelyyo ares if any one is.'
continued the major, with Increased
of
If
a
is
ed
so
fo
violence, and as if it were his inten
lion to ue all the provocation pos
sible.
"However, I had the best ot rec
omendations,' said Blom ; "perhaps
the major will assert that I hav forg
ed these.
"Yea, surely you havd done
80!
shrieked the major, stamping with
impatience. "Many a le?a villain
than you baa worn the iron collar."
Hardly bad the major uttered these
words before Lawrence Blom took a
leap to the wall opposite, and open
ed in the tapestry a door to a little
dressing-room, in union now appear
ed three men, one cf them the sheriff
in the place.
aGentlemcn,'said Lawrence Blom,
"I take yen all aa witnesses that ma
jor L, lias called me a murderer,
thief and forger, and also that with
blows and cuta he haa attempted to
compel me to annul our contract.
The major shall stand to account
for these dreadful accusations and
tbis grave outrage. Ah ! there are
three holes in tbe door, I aee, fitting
Tor three eyes. Thejujon have aeen
as well aa heard what has passed in
here. So much the better gentlemen,'
he added, and left the room with
quick steps.
The major stood amazed and flat
tened beyond description, aa the
sheriff and his two companions step
ped from the dressing-room. So ttad-
ed the third scene. 1. 1
Already tbe following day the mU
jor was preaen ed with a legal sum
mons to appear before the proper
tribunal, whero not only the sheriff
and his two companions, but also the
justice and minister were called as
witnesses against him. But this was
not enough. Oa the evening of the
same day, as the major was sitting
alone in bis room, be was surprised
by his fearful gardener, again with
pistol in hand; the same pistol which
now for the third time he so plainly
saw, but which was invisible to all
others.and for the detection of which
ho had used in vain both violence
and stratagem
"The blow you gave me yesterday,''
said Blom, "shall cost your life ; but
first you must be punished by the
law tor your crimes and maka me
regular acknowledgment." So eay
ing, he disappeared.
The majors rage cannot oe por
trayed, lie strayed around on the
following? days, nervous and dark as
shadow, outlawed in bis own bouse,
SuDeretitious. like all despots, he be-
gan to ponder upon whether it mignt
not be sataa timaeu, in form or a
sardener. who had appeared on his
farm, "to torment bim before tbe
time." In bis despair he sought
counsel of hia acquaintances who ad
vised bim to seek by good means.
through some kind of reconciliation,
to get rid of a gardener who strew
ed only thistles upon bis path ; also
to have a atop put to a process which
would awaken at the same time, uni
versal scandal, and universal malic
ious pleasure.
A disinterested person waa so
licited to speak concerning the matter
with Lawrence-Blom, who declared
himself willing to have the prosecu
tion stopped, and go at once, on con
ditions, first, that he should receive
the full payment tor five years, and
second, that fire hundred dollars a
year, should De guaranteed mm ior
life. These demands, although quite f
modest and human-like to come Irom
Satan, threw the major into a new
rage ; but at last he acquiesced, and
one fine day. properly documented,
Blom traveled back to Stockholm,
where he was received with open
arms to his former situation.
"But. I asked Lawrence Blom.
when once on a summer day I vlsted
him in tbe country, and he had been
telling me his adventure in Schonen,
but bow, air, did yoa manage to
make tbis pistol invisible to others
beside tbe major?"
"Nothing was easier, answered
Blom, as he opened his secretary,
fumbled in a drawer,and then returned
me ; "you can searcn every tnreaa
my body, and yet not find the
bistol vou seek, and still it is so close
hand, that instantly I could aim it
your forehead."
"Can vou bare it in your hair r 1
asked, fumbling amid hia thick curls.
Lawrence Blom laughed, and pick
lrom his right ear a little piece of
something resembling black skfn;
but which was an India rubber film.
This film be put to bis mouth and
filled with air, which all, was aone bo
quickly, that before I knew what be
was doing, I saw directed at me.
something in size, muzzle and butt
closely resembling a pistol; but
which, when exhausted or air, be
came the same hardly perceptible
film as before.
"It was with jast this fearfal
weapon that I scared the tyrant in
Schonen,' said Lawrence Blom ; "a
diamond cuts diamond, to one puff
destroyed the other
in
to
sat
in
fail
the
he
the
for
of
of
of
be
oX-envioas
ery
ton
"The
must
not
of
be
The
it
been
be
wrote
sites
1st
bull
for
to
ANOTHER GREAT ENGINEERING
WORK.
A contract baa lately been signed
between the directors of tbe St
Gotbard Railway, Switzerland, and
M. L. Favre, of Genoa, for tbe bor
ing'of a new railway tunnel through
the Alps, which promises to surpass
anything of the kind yet attempted.
The length of the tunnel will be a
little more than nine miles. Cost
10,000,000. The work is to be finish
ed within eight years ; and if sooner
finished the contractor la to receive
$1,000 a day tor each day in advance
the contract time. If the com
pletion of the work is from any
canto delayed beyond tbe contract
time, 11,000 a day are to be forfeited
the delay reaches beyond aix
months, tbe forfeit is then to be ia
creased to 12,000 a day. The con
trator deposits $1,000,000 as security
fcr tbe faithful performance of the
work. If the delay exceeds the con
tract time beyond one year, the con
tract is to be broken and the com
pany take poaession of the security
money. The contractor is an emi
nent civil engineer, and a man of
rare abilities. He was formerly a
journeyman carpenter in Paris.
Gen.
wben
upon
Gen.
ot
ment
other
warm
poor
of
ui
of
ing
It is said a Syracuse druggist re
ceived the following prescription, with
request to put it up : ui ir kramps
Tinct kambre, won ounce ; tinct
lodenum, a little ; tinct hot drape,
tinct kyan peppor, five cents worth ;
kloufonn a little, but not much, as it
dangerous medicine. - Dose, half a
teaepuneful when the kramps come
on.
Tns new indictment against Tweed
was found cn the evidence of a wit
ness wao swears positively to a
division of money between Tweed
and IngeraolL Tweed is still miss
iog.
Ax honest old farmer, on being
informed the other day that one ot
the judgea owed bim a grudge, growl
out, "No
matter; he never pays
anything.
"Mother, I'm afraid a fever would
go bard with me." "Why so, my
son?' "'Cause yoa see, mother I'm
small that there would'nt be room
It to turn.''
the
a
Abe
on
ply
out
in
and
and
of
did
at
aU
LYMAN TRUMBULL.
In all the records of polities de
pravity, it would be difficult to find a
more conspicicug case ot self seeking
demagog ism than that which is pre
sented to the people of this country
in the career ot Mr. Lyman Trum
bull. This man, ever since he was
kicked out of the office of Assistant
Secretary of State for dishonest v. by
Gov. Ford, haa been a political lsb
maelite, seeking bis own aggrandize
ment at the sacrifice of justice, con
acience,friendahipr and personal hon
or. A man consumed bv overweenS
ing self-conceit and envious ambition
hU hand has been against every man
that atoodrabove him, and a malig
nant heart haa impelled him to atab
alike friend or foe that happened to
oe in ue way ot his aspirations. Be
ginning his cfSce-holding career by
the ennobling exercise of deceit,false-
nooa, ana treachery to bis patron.
Governor Ford as honest a man aa
ever drew breath he exemplified a
taient ior treacaery on a hiprb-tacale
oy conspiring, under toe
inendioip.to supplant and deetro
mi. uouglas. So, too, pretending
mo irieou ua piaying me serpent,
he gained his seat in the Senate by
treachery to a friend (Air. Lincoln.)
who could not and would not matcn
him in the arts of knavery Mr.
Lincoln's nomination to the presiden
cy aroused all the malicious envy in
ar Trumbull's hypocrite nature.
Here was the friend, by whose r sacri
fice he had risen, again passing him
the race. The fact was worm-wood
him. And from the beginning to
the bloody close of Mr. Lincoln's ad
ministration, Lyman Trumbull but
illy concealed hia envy and hate of
tbe man who had gained before him
goal to which he aspired. Is o man
in the Federal Senate harboring
s malicious bosom greater willing
ness to see Lincoln's administration
than was In that of Lyman Trum
bulL It was the same spirit of self-seek
ingthe same envious littleness of a
mean but ambitious soul that caused
falling out between Trumbull and
Grant. Trumbull aimed to supersede
Grant in the presidential offlice bv
undermining and destroying him, as
had sought to undermine and de
stroy Ford, Douglas, Lincoln every
man who stood higher thaa himself.
Failing in his chartable scheme. to gain
Philadelphia nomination.this envi
ous marplot changed his programme,
turned "Liberal,'' and forthwith
commenced to lay hia treacherous arts
the Cincinnati nomination, by
winding serpent coils arouvd his per
sonal friend Judge Davis, This was
next friend whose betrayal his
selfish ambition demanded. Let
ters ' from gentlemen cognizant
the facts, warning tbe friends
Judge Davis ot the contemplated
treachery of this pretended friend,
letters warning tbe aapporters
the reform movement that Tram
bull wonld sontrive to ruin If ha
could not rule that movement, could
produced by dozens. And the
upshot, ai all sow know, was that,
failing In his attempt to rule, he suc
ceeded by hleplng on the corrupt vil
lainy oi others ia accomplishing tbe
ruin.
LeaLan five months axro this man
soul sat st Washington
directing an infamous frame of tre&eh.
and hypocracy. From Waahino--
he forwarded letters to bis para
sites and tools telling them to go to
Cincinnati, and what to do there.
Democrats must be absolutely
excludedhe ssid: "their suggestions
not be heeded; their wishes must
be considered. They are a bodv
men, mostly traitors, who oan not
made useful for any good purpose
Cincinnati meeting must be dis
tinctly a conference of Republicans;
must nominate for a candidate a
distinctive Republican one who has
prominently identified with Re
publican policies and measures''
meaning that they must nominate
Lyman Trumbull. "Democrats must
told to stand aloof ; tbey must be
ignored and aporned. This is the
substance ot what Lyman Trumbull
from Washington to his para
and tools st Cincinnati on the
of May.
Pass over the brief space of four
months. Since the th day of the
present mooch, this same Mr. Trum
has been writing some more let
ters, iu a somewhat different key. ,
latter epistles of Lyman, the
apostle of treachery, have been ad
dressed to Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Pen
dleton, Mr. Horatio Seymour,- Mr.
Thurman and other cospicuous' gen- .
tlemea of presumed influence among
Democrats. In these epistles, Mr.
Lyman Trumbull has begged those
Democrats "who csn not be made
useful for any "good purpose ''has
be"2ed them for Uoui sake (lust is
Lyman Trumbull's sake) to come
Illinois snd help him get back in
the Senate!
Herein tbe lunss makes no state
upon rumor ; but states whereof
has positive knowledge. Tbe mor
al conclusions of these facta it is not
necessary to elaborate.
Tns Boston Post (Democratic) re-
recently contained this paragraph
concerning the President:
"We have said very, little about
Grant of late, our politics deal
ing rather with principles the men
treatinest oi the latter is not
forced on us. We have been called
by a highly respected lrlend,
residing in Washington, and no poli
tician, to say this ot uen. urant:
6 rant has been the providence
many here; there are hundreds of
widows and - orpbsns in the govern
employ tflrraahTrsUiind, and
humane heart. I do.j't suppoxTT' aoy
President has ever had so many
personal menus among the
as Gen. Grant. He never thinks
asking about nationality, religion,
even pontics, ii me case is one
worthy of tbe exercise of his human
power; and the unobtrusive modest v
the man is such that when he ia
thanked he looks down, and his hon
est face flashes as if he were receiv
inetead of conferring a favor."
A Dxtsoit boot black who lav
dozing among his boxes and brushes
other day, was thus accosted by
professional brother : 'Here, yoa
Thomas, you'd better be a-git-tin'
! Your oM dad's house has been
lire, snd everything's 'bout clean
gone!" "Sho!" yelled Abe in re
; "then I m doggoned If I an't
twenty cents, paid for two dime
novels only last night
Wbxx Mr. Lincoln was questioned
regard to some of the witticisms
attributed to bim, such as "Grant
tbe whisky, Ac, he laughed
said: "The papers make me
smarter than I am ; I have said none
these things with one exception. -1
say. when 1 bad the smallpox.
'Now let the office seekers come, for
last I have something I can give to
of them-'"
BiiXAKCK has issued an order
suppressing certain Catholic proces
sions in towns in the Rheinish prov
inces, which has excited indignation
among those Interested. .

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