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FAITH. H. C. HAYDEN.
17 kmp of Hope bas grown bo feeUy
I grope end feel my way like one that
I aeek in tain with trembling heart to
A beUer j thit !eadeth unto Mm
I laid, mj lamp is filled with heavenly
So bright it borned and then the nar
Seemed broad enough and easy; but
I find what then was pleasure now is
111 rise and take my feeble light again
Although I know that pilgrims on the
In passing me, triumphantly will say,
An on trimmed lamD hath caused him
all his pain
Assure! at length, if I sincerely pray,
That when my lamp goes out it will
Above The Clouds.
Probably the unrest and highest rock
in the known world is the South Dome of
Yosemite. Standing at the fork of the
upper Taller, it rears itself, a solid rocky
IoaL 0,000 leet above the ground.
more powerful hand than that of a Titan
nas cut away the eastern nan, leaving
sheer precipice orer a mil in height
o man ever trod tne top or this dome
until last year. Former visitors gazed in
wonder at the spikes driven into the rock
by bard- spirits, who bad repeatedly en
deavored to seals it The shreds of ropes
dangling in the wind told the story of
weir iaiiure. . uawi year, nowever, uier
thousands of dollars were spent, several
oersons found their war to the top of the
dome, and this summer two sheep were
discovered browsing on the hitherto inac
Horses Should be Exercised Daily.
An experienced veterinary authority
says that daily exercise is necessary for
all horses, unless they are sick ; it assists
and promotes a free circulation of the
blood develops the muscular structure,
creates an appetite, improves the wind,
and, finally, invigorates the whole system.
We cannot expect much of a horse that
nas not been habituated to sumcient daily
exercise, while such as hare been daily ex
ercised and well managed are capable,
not only or great exertion and fatigue,
but are ready for work at any season.
When an animal is overworked it renders
the system very susceptible to whatever
morbid influences may be present and
imparts to disease an unusual degree of
seventy. The exhaustion produced by
want of rest is equally dangerous; such
horses are always among the first victims
of disease, and when attacked their treat
ment is embarrassing and unsatisfactory,
Horses Should be Exercised Daily. Origin of Water-Cure.
The originator of hydropathy, or the
water-cure, was a Uerman peasant named
Vincent Priessnitz, whe certainly went
through much tribulation before his theory
was fully developed. At thirteen years
of age he sprained his wrist, and relieved
tne pain by the application ot cold water,
Soon afterwards he crushed his thumb
and found relief by the same treatment.
In his nineteenth year be fractured sever
al of his ribs and so displaced the bones
that the surgeons could not reset them;
but he himself was equal to tbe emergen
cy, and, leaning across a window-sill, he
took a deep breath and so expanded his
lungs that the edges of the broken bones
were brought into place. He then sub
dned the pain and soreness by applying
wet bandages to his chest He became
known to his neighbors as the ttwater doc
tor,?' and in 188" founded the first water
cure institution, which was the celebrated
Grafcnberg establishment '-
A carious ' incident occurred at a mar
riage at St Mary's Parish Church, Dover,
England. A French couple from Calais,
- having been staying in the town a suffi
cient length of time to have the banns
published in that church, came up in the
morning to be married, and the ceremony
proceeded satisfactorily until the joining
of hands and the putting on of the ring,
when it was discovered that the French
man had no ring. There was an awk
ward pause ; no one in the company could
lend a ring for the occasion, whereupon
the officiating clergyman sent the verger
for the church-door key, the eye of which
instrument was said to have been us d in
other places in similar emergencies. The
bridegroom searched his pockets again,
and brought out a bunch of keys attached
to a ring. This ring, with its appendages,
was placed on the book, from thence it
was transferred to the bride's finger, and
with the steel ring of the bunch of keys
the ceremony was duly completed.
Cultivate Artistic Taste.
Let us beautify our homes by every
means in our power. If occasionally the
frost gets into our houses and kills our
ivies, and we cannot afford to frequently
replace them, let us put up some wax ones
that frost will not kilL If we cannot pur
chase a thousand-dollar oil painting, let
us buy a five-dollar chromo; but let it
represent nature. If fifty-dollar curtains
are too much for our pocket, let ten-dollar
ones suffice. In fine, let us, without
regard to what our wealthier neighbors
do or have, minister to the artistic taste
we possess, at the same time cultivating
it as far as our means will allow, in every
direction, by observation. We all hope
to become wealthier during our lives, and
when prosperity has smiled upon us, and
we have educated ourselves to the ability
to properly appreciate the beautiful in all
its uniqueness, we may perhaps purchase
the originals. In the meantime let us not
debase our taste by denying ourselves the
possession of what comes within the range
of our ability to possess.
Facts Worth Remembering.
One thousand shingles, laid four indict
to the weather, will cover one hundred
square feet of surface, and five pounds ol
shingle nails will fasten them on.
One-fifth more siding and flooring it
needed than the number of square feet oi
surface to be covered, because of the lap
in the siding and matching of the floor.
One thousand laths will cover seventy
yards of surface, and eleven pounds ot
lath nails will nail them on.
Eight bushels of good lime, sixteen
bushels of sand, and one bushel of hair,
will make enough good mortar to plastei
one hundred square yards.
A cord of stone, three bushels of lime,
and a cubic yard of sand will lay one hun
dred cubic feet of wall.
Five courses of brick will lay one foot
in height on a chimney, six bricks in a
course will make a flue four inches wide
and twelve inches long, and eight bricks
in a course will make a flue eight inches
wide and sixteen inches long.
The law assists those who are vigilant,
and not those who sleep over their riglrts.
How to Increase Egg Products.
If an increase of eggs be desired in the
poultry yard, before large turns of money
are expended in the purchase of evei last
ing layers, we would recommend the sys
tem of keeping no hens after the first, or
at the most, their second year. Early
pullets give the increase, and the only
wonder is that people persist as they do
in keeping up a stock of old hens, which
lay one day and stop three, instead of lay
ing three days and stopping one. In some
parts of England it is the invariable ru'.e
to keep tbe pullets only one year. . Feed
ing will do a great deal a surprising
work indeed in the production of eggs,
but not when old hens are concerned;
they may put on fat, but they cannot put
down eggs. The tale is told, their work is
over; nothing 'remains to be done with
them but to give them a smell of the
kitchen fire, and the sooner they get that
the better. Of course there are some old
favorites whoa lives ought to be spared
as long as they ean send forth their repre
sentatives. Judicious mating, by which
we mean the advantage of comparatively
youthful cockerel, may be the means of
even exhibition poultry makinjj their ap- l
pearance from the es Of tb good hen, "
and here we bare ther jxcep&ja. of -the
i.. wtu . i r 1 .
Worms in Soil.
The safest and most effectual remedy I
have yet tried for the depredations of
worms in soils, whether in pot or in open
ground, is soot Last autumn, while
picking out cauliflowers on a wall border,
we were sorely troubled by worms casting
the plants almost as fast as we could sticK
them in. We gave the surface of the
border a good dressing of dry soot, and
then watered it It had a most surpris
ing effect; the worms came sprawling to
the surface by hundreds, when it was no
difficult matter to gather them and put
them out of harm's wsv. Applied also
to pot plants, say a dessertspoonful of dry
soot on the surface of a six-inch pot it
will be found to bring them hurrying ov
er the sides of the pot as soon as water is
arm tied. Acting also as an excellent
manure, and being generally so plentiful
in nurseries and gardens, I am somewhat
ramnsed to see it so Utile used. On ca
mellias, especially, I have found it to have
a beneficial effect It imparts a healthy
dark green color to the foliage, and stim
ulates the roots, into a more active per
formance of their duty.
Good Suggestions for Girls.
The time has passed, says tbe St Louis
bpint when woman must be pale, deli
cate, to be interesting when she must be
totally ignorant of all practical knowl
edge to be called refined and high-bred-
when she must know nothing of the cur
rent political news of the day, or be call
ed masculine and strong-minded, it is
not a sign of high birth or refinement to
be sickly and ignorant Those who af
fect anything of tbe kind are behind the
times, and must shake and air themselves,
mentally, physically, or drop under the
hrm strides ot common sense ideas, and
be crushed into utter insignificance. In
these days an active, rosy-faced girl, with
brain quick and clear, warm, light heart
a temper quickly heated at intended in
tuit or injury, and just as quick to for
give; whose feet can run as fast as her
tongue, snd put her out of breath; who is
not at raid ot Lreclclea, or to breathe the
pure air of heaven, unrestrained by the
drawn curtains of a close carriage, and.
above all, who can speak her mind and
give her opinion on important topics
which interest intelligent people is the
true girl wno win make a good woman.
. . ... .
Even fops and dandies, who strongly op
pose woman s rigors, like a woman who
can talk well, even if she is not hand
The First Thanksgiving.
The first public Thanksgiving day held
in this country wss observed in the l"y-
mouth colony about a year after tbe land
ing of the Pilgrims, but the exact date is
not known. A letter written at that time.
and since published in a collection of
New England documents, says :
"Uur harvest being gotten in, our gov
ernor sent four men on fowling, that go
we might, after a special manner, rejoice
together after we had gathered the fruit
of our labors. They four in one dsy kill
ed as much fowl as, with a little help be
side, served the company almost a week.
At which time, amongst other recreations,
we exercised our arms, many of the In
dians coming amongst us, and among the
rest their greatest king, Massasoyt, with
some ninety men, whom for three days
we entertained and feasted."
The Indians were not unmindful of the
favor, and in return for the generous treat
ment they killed five deer, which they
gave to (iovemor Uradiord, captain
standish and other prominent persons.
This is all that is known of the first
Thanksgiving, which 6eems to have been
considered of but little importance. Bv
an order passed in 1636 the Governor and
his assistants were empowered to appoint
days of Thanksgiving whenever they
deemed it appropriate, and under this
authority a number of such days were
Sending Portraits by Telegraph.
The Paris correspondent of the London
Btanaard writes: "It has often been said
that the science of telegraph is as yet only
in its infancy. What it will do when it
reaches the age of maturity it would be
difficult to say certainly, but some idea
may be formed from an extraordinary tel
egraphic discovery made in Paris. It ap
pears that some inventor baa found out
the means of sending portraits by tele
graph. The modui operandi has not yet
ueen aisciosea, but experiments have been
maae, ana u we are to believe the pa
, . . , . . .
pers witn complete success. Ihe trial
was made by the police authorities of
Paris and Lyons. The portrait of a Lyons
racial was lorwarded rrom Fans by tbe
new telegraphic apparatus, and at once
recognized, in return the Lyons police
teiegrapned to fans the portrait accom
panied with tne usual descriptions, of a
clerk who had just absconded with his
master's money, and that the Paris police.
thanks to telegraphic portrait were ena
bled to arrest the thief on his alighting
from the train at the Lyons railway sta
tion, ineae tacts are published on the
best authority,-and, incredible as they
may seem, are no doubt authentic. So
far, the ingenious discovery is only being
employed lor tne detection or criminals.
it is evident that the police authori
ties will not be able to monopolize it, and
that it will be turned to account by so
ciety at large under the various trying
circumstances oi me, and more especially
the cases of deserted wives and hus
bands, missing heirs, disconsolate lovers.
and similar interesting beings."
Sending Portraits by Telegraph. The Inventor in Love.-How Edison
Got His Wife.
The story of Edison's courtship, while
lacks the roseate tinge of romance, il
lustrates the man's facility for going to
the heart of things with the smallest pos
sible amount of circumlocution. W hen
he was experimenting, some yean ago,
witn the Little automatic telegraph sys
tem, he perfected a contrivance for pro
ducing perforations In paper by means
a key-board. Among the young wo
men whom be employed to manipulate
these machines, with a view to testing
their capacity for speed, was a rather de
mure young person who attended to her
work and never raised her eyes to the in
cipient genius. One day Edison stood ob
serving her as sho drove down one key af
ter another with her plump fingers until,
growing nervous under his prolonged
stare, she dropped her hands idly in her
lap and looked up helplessly into his
face. A genial smile, such as irreverent
paragraphists have referred to as "the Ed
ison grin," overspread Edison's face, and
he presently inquired rather abruptly :
"What do you think or me. little girl!
do you like mel" :
"Why, Mr. Edison, you fnghten me. I
that is I M
"Dont be in any hurry about telling
me. it doesnt matter much, ' unless you
would like to marry me."
Jne young woman was disposed to
laugh, but Edison went on :
"Oh, X mean it Don t be in a rush,
though. Think it over; talk to your
mother about it and let me know as soon
convenient Tuesday, say. How will
Tuesday suit you, next week Tuesday, I
mean I '
Edison's shop was at Newark in those
days, and one night a friend of his, em
ployed in the main office of the Western
Union Telegraph company, in New York,
returning home by the hut train, saw a
light in Edison's private laboratory, and
climbed the dingy stairs to find his friend
one of his characteristic stupors, half
awake and half dozing over some intri
cate point in electrical science which was
"Hello, Tom!" cried the visitor, cheer
ily, "what are you doing here this latet
Arent yon going hornet"
"What time is it?" inquired .Edison,
sleepily rubbing his eyes and stretching
like a lion suddenly aroused.
"Midnight, easy enough. Come along."
"Is that sot" returned Edison, in a
dreamy sort of way. "By George, I must
home, then. I was married to-day."
Marriage was an old story with him
had been wedded to electrical hobbies
years. But in spite of his seeming in-
difference on "the most eventful day" in
life, be makes a goon nusoano, and
the demure little woman of theperforat-
ing machine smilingly rules domestic des-
tinies at Menlo Park, and proudly looks
across the fields where the chimneys rise
and her husband still works on the prob-
lems that made him a truant on his wed-
ding day. A swarm of children pluck
- r crown
hi waH to climb into their father's J
and muss bis hair with as
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Multum in Parve.
Sanctified afflictions are an evidence oi
our adoption; we do not prune dead trees
to make them fruitful, nor those wmcn
are planted in the desert, but such as be
long to the garden and possess life. Ar
rowsmith. An honest reputation is within the
reach of all men; they obtain it by social
virtues and by doing their duty. This
kind of reputation.it is true, is neither
brilliant nor startling, but it is often the
most useful for happiness. Duclos.
Resignation, is to some extent, spoiled
tor me by the fact that it is so entirely
conformable to the laws of common sense.
I should just like a little more of the su
pernatural in the practice of my favorite
virtue. .Madame Swetchine.
A good inclination is but the first rude
draught of virtue, but the finishing
strokes are from the will; which, if well
disposed, will by the superinducuon of ill
habits quickly deface it South.
He who possesses religion finds a prov
idence not more truly in the history of
me world than in bis own family history;
the rainbow which hangs a glittering cir
cle in the heights of heaven is also formed
by the same sun in the dewdrop of a low
1 y ft ower Richter.
Too much reproach "o'erleaps itself and
falls on t'other side." Pricked up too
sharply, the delinquent, like a goaded
bull, grows sullen and ssvage, and. the
persecution continuing, ends in rushing
madly on the spear that wounds him.
I never love those salamanders who are
never well but when they are in the fire
of contentions. I will rather suffer a
thousand wrongs than offer one. I have
always found that to strive with a supe
rior is injurious; with an equal, doubtful;
with an inferior, sordid and base; with
any, full of unquietness. Bishop Hall.
All that 1 desire is that- my poverty
may not be aburden to myself, nor make
me so to others, and that is the best state
of fortune that is neither directly necessi
tous nor far from it- A mediocrity of
fortune with gentleness of mind will pre
serve us from fear or envy, which Is a de
sirable condition, for no man wants power
to do mischief. Seneca-
The "Elephant" from Talmage's Point
"It was 10 o'clock ot a calm, clear,
star-lit night when the carriage rolled out
oi uie ungai pun oi tue city, uut.ii uiiu
the places where gambling and crime and
death hold dreadful carnival. As the
horses halted and, escorted by the officers
of the law, we went in, I entered a world
as far removed from that which I had al
ways inhabited as is Mercury. There
were no sounds of mirth or guffaws of
laughter. As I moved through this place
I said it is Dante's Inferno. Not many
signs of death, but the dead were there.
Moral corpses were in the corridors,
corpses were on the stairways, corpses in
the garden. .Lepers met lepers, ana no
bandaged mouth kept back their breath.
I felt as though sitting on some island
coast against which a euroclyden had
driven a thousand dismantled hulks; and
on each carcass that strewed the beach
had alighted a vulture the vulture of
despair. There were no larks, no robbing,
no linnets, but dreadful sharp-beaked vul
tures. But I must control myself.. I am
here to report And first I have to report
that the tales of Arabian glories, of splen
did, sumptuous scenes where Sin holds
swsy, are false. I had heard that the
furniture in these gilded palaces of vice
was rich unto the richness of the throne
room in the Tuileries; that masterpieces
of painting hung upon carven walls; that
ravishing music assailed the ear. It's a
lie. There wasn't a painting worth $5;
they were mere daubs, a choice between
a chromo and a splash of poor paint
The upholstery! It bad two character
istics, redness and cheapness. Music I
A few painted creatures squawking dis
cord with cracked voices to tuneless
pianos. Yes, there were tinsel and gew
gaws; but richness! art beauties i jno.
However great the pretense, Sin is always
poor, bue cannot keep mirrors, divans,
Chickering grands. A mortgage is on
her wealth. It is going! going I gone!
Young man, you are a stark fool if you go
to places of sin to see pictures or to hear
music Listen to Thomas or Jjodworth,
and you will hear more music in five
minutes than you will find in the devil's
haunts in a year. Come to my house,
and I will give you letters of introduction
to hundreds of families in New York and
Brooklyn were you can see pictures and
feast your ears on music 'Are men
crazy V I cried to myself. But I noticed
that music, even the cracked music of
these places, had an influence upon them.
It has an effect upon mankind. Let us
take advantage of it, in the name of the
Lord. We have had enough minor
strains: give us the major key. Give us
the double quick. We want to drive men
into the kingdom of God with the musi
cal staff and shut out the devil with the
musical bar. Let us send Phillip Phillips,
the sweet singer, and Arbuckle and Mor
gan around the world to teach men that
music does not belong to the devil.
P.to directly oq tho '
The Jelly Bag should be made of flan
nel, ten inches across the opening and
about half a yard deep. It can be sus
pended by strings between two chairs. -
Finely-rubbed bichronate of potassa
mixed with twice its bulk of sulphuric
acid and an equal quantity of water will
clean the dirtiest brass very quickly.
Of course the inventor of frying-pan
handles was not a married man, or he
would have taken his wife's advice, and
made a round-edged, convenient and
shapely handle. Now most of them are
simply instruments of torture.
If those interested in blacking stoves
will try greasing them with fresh grease
before blacking, they will find that it pre
vents them from rusting. Add a pinch of
brown sugar to blacking just before ap
plying. : This causes it to stick, and it
polishes much easier, and with half the
usual rubbing. -
Clear Tomato Soup. One large can to
matoes, one beef shin, one bunch soup
herbs, one gallon water. Boil eiiht
hours, stir and skim several timfes. Strain
through wire sieve, add one tablespoonful
Worcester sauce and some brown sugar.
Serve with slice of toasted bread; pepper
and salt to taste.
Custard Pie. Boil a quart of milk with
half a dozen peach leaves, or the rind of
lemon. When they have flavored the
milk strain it and set it where it will boil
Mix a tablespoonful of flour, smoothly,
with a couple of tablespoonsful of milk.
Let it boil a minute, stirring it constantly,
take it from the fire, and when cool, put
three beaten eggs, sweeten to the taste,
turn it into deep pie-dishes, and bake the
pies directly in a quick oven.
Apple Trifle. Scald as many apples as
when pulped will cover the dish you de
sign to use to the depth of two or three
inches, .before yon place them in tbe
dish add to them the rind of half a lemon,
grated fine, and sugar to the taste. Mix
half a pint of milk, half a pint of cream,
and the yolk of an egg; scald it over die
fire, keeping it stirring, but do not let it
boiL Add a little sugar, and let it stand
cold ; then lay it over the apples, and
finish with the cream-whip. -
Annie Preserves. PeeL halve and mm
large apples, selecting those of the
same size; make a syrup of one pound of
granulated sugar and a pint of water
wnen u doiis urop in the apples with the
rind and juics of a lemon. As soon as
they are tender, care must be taken that
they do not fail in pieces, take the halves
one by one, and arrange, concave side
uppermost, in a glass dish. Dtod a bit of
currant jelly into each piece, boil down
syrup, and when cool pour around the
apples. This makes a very nice preserve
tea. reaches can be substituted lor
apples in the above recipe;
Croquettes of Fowl or Meat Mim ,
meat finely, removing the skin and bones,
fry four small onions in one table
spoonful of butter until brown, then mix
them together and dredge the whole with
tablespoonful flour, and add pepper
ground mace or nutmeg at plea-
sure. Beat two eggs with one tablerpoon-
of powdered sugar, and stiring it jrfit-
through the mass, set it away until
cold. Then make into oblomr balk tha
of a large pigeon's epra: ilinmri. m.
beaten egg and then m crumbs rolled
a Tich brown in plenty of
yuitcr. or anTJDinir. inrt
serve on a bed of .mashed potatoei with
"fi" wuiery Dorder made by quickly
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Salted rats are actually exported from
India to China as an article of food.
A Parisian female afflcted with klep
tomania has stolen 200 cravats from men.
A Baltimore dentist says that eight
children out of ten inherit the fathers
teeth, not the mother's.
Crisfield, Md. Colored woman 115.
Very chipper and could read without
glasses if she could read at all.
A girl in Oil City, Pa saw a decapita
tion trick in a pantomime, and was so
frightened that she had spasms and died.
The stagnation of the English iron trade
causes the consumption of coal to be very
small in England compared to what it
It has been remarked that "the cli
max of human indifference has arrived
when a woman doesn't care how she
A monoply for preparing and selling
opium has been established at Canton,
and sold to a committee for f 140,000 per
It's a popular delusion to think that
powder on a lady's fixe has the same ef
fect as in a barrel of a gun assists her in
An auctioneer recently declined to
praise some old china he was offering for
sale, saying it had already been sufficient
ly "cracked up."
The exportation of American pork has
made the keeping of pigs unprofitable in
England, and even the Irish farmers are
giving up the attempt
According to a salesman of experience
in one of the largest houses in New York
city, the average New York woman wears
a hve and one halt shoe.
It is safe to guess of what a young
man is uunKing wnen ne taxes snort
steps, and holds his arm as though a
little hand rested on tho crook of lua el
"The words facile and docile," ssys the
teacher (Webster), "are not pronounced
'fay-cile,' or 'doe-cile,' as most people are
wont to use them, but 'fas-iT and 'dos-
"How like its father," said the nurse,
on the christening of a baby whose fath
er was over seventy, "very uke, said a
satirical lady; "bald and not a tooth in
iij an accident at a hotel an empty
champagne bottle was placed at a guest's
table. Turning to the waiter, he said, "I
did not order 'Extra Dry.' " The waiter
saw through it
It takes twenty yards of dry goods to
make a iastuonable young lady s dress
nowadays six to wear on her person and
fourteen to carry in her right hand or up
unaer ner elbow.
A Buffalo man dreamed that he was go
ing over the Falls, and had his wife by
the throat when he woke up. Next night
sne naa a areain, and broke bis nose as
she struck at an Indian.
The exact sciences may be very smart
fellows, but their efforts have all been
vanity so long as the average mind f-:".s
to comprehend why a dog wags his f -ot
when you scratch his back.
A Western paper tells of a man who
claims to have traded horses thirty-seven
times, and cheated the other man every
time, and yet when his wife died the oth
er day he promised to meet her in Heaven.
English Bishops woro heavy powdered
wigs until their opposition, in 1831, to t je
Reform bill made them so unpopular that
tney were glad to drop so conspicuous an
ensign of prelacy for fear of being mob
A county girl worked the motto, "I
need thee every hour," and presented it
to her chap. He says he can t help it-
it takes him two hours -to milk, and feed
the pigs, morning and night, and business
has got to be attended to.
It is a striking instance of the depravi
ty of inanimate things that when bobtail-
ed coats are m iasbion pantaloons wear
out behind in about a quarter of the
time that they do when the friendly gar
ment which reaches to the knee is worn.
Insurance dialogue: "Jamie, why do
you not be after tbe getting the life of
you insured?" "An' why should I, my
honey V "Ah, indade, that after you are
dead and gone, yon maybe sure of a
comfortable subsistence for yourself and
Song-writers have a good deal to say
about the "old schoolhouse," but are very
careful not to mention the fact that a rab
bit track would have pulled them away
from the dear old structure, at race-horse
speed, during any period of their attend
Judge Rives, o' the United States dis
trict court for the Western district of Cal-
lloi ma, has decided that negroes have a
right to demand that they shall be tried
by a jury which includes some at least of
their own race. Judge Rives says that
negroes are entitled to be tried by their
peers, and intimates that the Judges of j
the btate courts shall not select their jury
men exclusively from the whites.
An Ohio woman, it is said, is at work
upon a patent watch which will have
hands so made and adjusted as to seize
the wearer by the collar every evening
about ten o'clock and walk him off home.
Ten gross have been ordered for use in
Paris, and ten gross of long-waiting
wives and maidens, whose "beauty sleep"
too otten postponed until tne watching
hour, are praying tor their coming.
The sales of one of the largest firms
hair merchants in Germany have fallen
25 per cent in bulk, and 40 to 50 per
cent in value, within tbe last three years,
entirely through the increased demand
for Chinese, Japanese, and other cheap
hairs. In 1871 the exports of hair from
the treaty ports were 288 tons; in 1874,
330: in 1876.670. This serves in some
degree to explain the pigtail robbing
which has been rife, and which is also
said to have been prevalent at the peruke
period, one hundred and mty years ago.
Says the Scientific American: "In con
sequence of the increasing number ot
grave-yard desecrations, the genius of the
inventor has been incited to devise means
their defeat Among the most recent
patterns is one for a coffin torpedo, which
consists of a canister containing powder,
balls and a firing trigger so arranged that
placing the torpedo within the conm,
and finally closing the lid, should any at
tempt be made to open the coffin the tor
pedo will be instantly exploded, a noise
like thunder ensue, and deadly balls will
in all directions.
-juina your starboard helm," said a
market apple woman as an old salt reeled
against her hand. "(Hie) starboard
is, and steady, old gal," replied the old
tar; "but where the deuce (hie) did you
leara io neerr- "lea years a stewardess
the Liverpool trade, my hearty," replied
the old woman, 'and down to every
wnnKie; out heave ahead, my lad, and
save a tide, and let the gentleman in to
ony some apples." -Aye, aye, my lass,"
said the old mariner; and as he stagger
away he muttered: "(Hie) ten years
siewaraesa, and come to this; our com
(hie) merce is all gone tograss.'
The beauty of the upper falls of the
Genessee at Rochester has departed for
ever. r nue tne sunace rock under the
cataract is bard limestone, the underlying
stratum is snaiy and crumbles easily when
exposed to the elements. From this cause
rock at the bottom is crumbling away
faster than that at the top of the falls, and
latter project in places twenty feet or I
more. In time the overhanging portion
becomes so much undermined that it has
support and tumbles over in the
abyss. Usually the amount of rock fall
ing in this way seldom exceeds a few hun
dred pounds, but a fall took place lately
worthy or mention from its magnitude.
mass that fell over must have weighed
many thousand tons, and now lies at tbe
of the falls.
There are still a few bottles left of Cha
teau Lafitte of the renowned comet vint-
of 1811. This wine has reached at
ancrion in Paris 62.50 a bottle. Bignon,
who is on the wine jury in Paris, sent his
brother jurors into ecstacies by giving
them a taste of this literally wortb-its-
weiirht-in-cold liauor. and gave a lecture i
if H Mid he made himself its pos
sessor just as a rich collector ofobjects of j
buys a bronze or a coin, -nuj
should not one form collections of curious
wines, as of curious cups?" he asked.
They were to be bought to keep up a just
appreciation oi supenoisiac, uu "
a standard of excellence, not to be sold
again or drunk except upon very rare oc
casions, such as to ao nonor w very -.
iarmi mest or to submit to those whOM
uiou initsu w w ouuiuu .
o- T V 7 . . i
judgment enabled them thor-
When a man has been laid up for three
weeks with a broken leg, and the land
lord begins to talk about the rent, noth
ing cheers him so much as to send a note
to a friend stating his troubles, and re
ceive a reply to the effect that the latter
will come in in the course of the day and
reau a cnapter trom tne testament to
Mr. Butler was tavern-keeper, stage
driver, constable, and factotum of the
town. There was no appeal from his
judgment in horse-flesh. A dealer want
ed to sell the Rev. Mr. McClure a horse.
The dealer, the minister, and the horse
walked over to the tavern to get Mr. But
ler's opinion of the trade. Looking at
the horse, the tavern-keeper asked, "What
is the matter with his knees?' "Oh!
nothing," said the jockey, "he scraped
himseit getting up. "Well, parson.
said Butler addressing Mr. McClure, "111
tell you what it is; barked knees may be
a pretty good sign for a minister, but it is
Many of the German-Pennsylvania
armers have long had a saw. "the stock
be is better than the bank." They still
continue to make deposits in the former
rather than in the latter, for which they
certainly have had good reason of late,
since, while a stocking may be carried
oft it never steals the money intrusted to
its keeping. An old Lehigh county far
mer who died recently had faith in stock
ings. After his death, his children
mourned the fact that nothing had been
left them, and began rumaging about to
find a will. In their search they discov
ered sundry stockings full of gold and
silver coin, amounting to over $2,000
which had been put away, mainly in half
dollars, lrom soon atter tne beginning ot
the century to the fanner's death, showing
by the dates they bear that he bad begun
boarding in childhood.
It was evident
that he had secreted only new coins, fear
ing, no doubt that those that had been
any time in circulation might have lost
something in weight
Dr. Price's Specia.1 Flavoring Ex
tracts. Nectarine. Rose, Lemon, etc
nave been oe'ore tne public inaoy
years and have gained for themselves,
on their owo merir, ao extensive f ale.
Their great popularity is mainly due to
the using of tbe purest and bet mate
rials, with special reference to their
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in GOLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Dr. Tctt: Dear Sir: For ten yeais I have
teen a martyr to Dyspepsia, constipation ana
tome: I used them (but with little fnithi. I
am now a weB man, have oil np. tite, ditrvs
tion perfect, n-RUlar e:ooi. ii U a Kone, and I
have gained forty pounds Miiid tleh. They arc
worth their weight in gid.
Eev. 11. L. 6IillOX, Louisville. Ky.
A TCRPID LIVER
hi the fruitful source of many diseiwes. anch as
Dyspepsia. Si k Ili-onaclie.tostuvni-ss, Dysen
tery. Bilious Kevcr, Afru-nnd Kcver. Jaundice,
Tutt's Hills exort poiv rful influence on the
Llvcisand will wilhcwlaiiity relit velhut iniior
timt onntn from di-tease, tuid restore its normal
Tbempidirc with which ncrt-ons takeon flesh.
while undi-rtheinfliienceoi these pills.of itself
j nuii:in iii-rii n-j--.-i .tunny iu iiuuiinii mr i v i . ,
lienoc their efficacy in curine nervous debility.
dyspepsia, wasting of the muscles, si up-iishno-s
ot tne u ver.cnronic constipation, anumi-ianing
neuiui ana sireugm to tne system.
Onlv with Tejrolarityof the bowe'aenn perfect
health be enjoyed. When the contiption is of
recent date, a single dose of TUTTS FILLS
will sumce, but if it nas become habitual, one
nail RhmiM h tmkti nif-ht. -mitial I lp-Mn-
in-5 the frequ-n-ry of Ute do-w until a rc-rulnr diiil-r
UIOT III III u WJiJHit-ru, .unu win wui ti'liu..
Nold Every where, 23 Cents.
OFFICE, 35 MTTRRAY ST- NEW YORK.
A larve. utv aii rnnmtr Gnid to
o;irr-. i te .i.wiiit c)s.;:r-: A
r-jNipetrtit Woman..,.!, in .cu -n ot
it-. .viurnrr m itirini r. jti
i riauitrat. cotunsi t tiil iiiromtM:!-
a.. Stfriiitv in wJUkefi. esute And
iroUiHiii, AJv.ce iu ortts-fcroutn. An vie xo nuiMUM.
Ailvir fa Vroev.iiiUi.ifi. iti nuit. Celebaer avna
jMatriniOD com pan i, Cotifiuf au dutit. loncrp:im. Cod-
fintitwrtt. Tore and Coonsiii. Impediment, to Momaps
in mala and trm. tkitmca oi Itrproductton, Sin ?It? life
connikrixL, Lavut JluiU, Ijw cl Jivoree. LT right
or mamad w.tmrn. e iitciuainj ju.se asca pcrunstr to
'Women, Ihrir trtim-s and tn-alucnt. A book for prirata
ami rcnsictratrreajlnic; vt 30 parr, vua tuiittMX
graric. br mail.acairj f r 60 ct-uu.
em 8ypb.ili, Gonorrlioei, liicct, btneture. Vajrfeo.a,
c a.sa on 8 oermAtt orhce. Sexual Debilitv.ai d Im-
noten from Sc t-abtwe and Lxctm a.4-muiit2 Seminal
jJmtMiona, Kwvoas&c. Amtion to &orie4y, Confutioa ot
jucaa, rnviraiu ray. liuidoi nut, iKimiw airtnorr,
Losa fl exual Potrrr, er. maLviDjr niarrinira iuprnpt-r
or nnhainr. rl-ir.i trrafrcttiL ard n trrat ntktrv
valnabla rrtvipti f the cure of ail private ikmnJCMj aaioa
HHi aver tv i-.3i.r-, ,j evius.
A lwluro cm TTsEhood and Womanhfvx" 11 enta;
ail three in cue rtce'y bound Tolnm, $1. They contain
600uasra and ovr 100 J Ileal rations, embrmcirr everr-
tiiinj on the jrnera'iT3 fy:em that H worth knowipa;. and
mucn inai ia boc pu if.n mi a nr ox ner worn, j it com
bhrcd votiuue ia pockiveir the best Poaular Mctfcal Book
pabliahed, and t:oaedisatinr4 after rmmK it can aare
ineir money mimara. iiiejiniuoris in cxperiencea
1'hjrsirian of many years praetiee, (aaia well known,) and
the ad rice Firm, and Kulea fur treatment laid down, will
be found of pat xmlae to thoae iuSermf from impumiee
of Lite ryitrm, early rrror.roat vigor, or any ot the namer
ons trtmiilc online nm!rr the head of "PrlTila" or
Chronic" rfiseav-. -Sent in finf- erolumew.orcomprete
in vim tot i rw- in -irt, oi.vv-t ur urrrncy. i(,oniUrv
talion conlklential and k-tt.-ra are promptly and frankly
anfWTTMwittwot enarre.i Adflreaa: Up. Buna' uisoen-
ary, 13 X. 6th SU ScLocia, Mo. (Established 1&47-)
ir For tale by Newt Dealer. AGENTS wanted.
' in nj nrrrwa til wtsom auTt?nr trra
Rl iTI'Iu: to aerd him their naav and address,
and hrrrby entires them that V.trr wi'I learn
sometnuig m tatur au vaaia o. 1 . os xruaa.
P3Cf. HARRIS RADICAL CURE
A Valuable Discovery
and Kw Drparture in Mrd
irat BCience, aa entirely
Kev and poartirety ettert
ire Remedy tor the fBeedy
and permanent Cure ot
Impotency br the only
true way. vis: Direct
Anifaf inn th twin
rrpai s ai or ine acting oy ADSorpuon. ana eier-
tmr its viHTtfir influ-oce n the Seminal vesielM BtaA.
uLitory Duct. Prostrate Glaudand Urethra. Tire use
ottlte Rrmrdr ia artendrd with no pain or ineonrentence.
tt rs quickly ditsoiveu and soon abcorttd, prodaeine; aa
immediate aouainc and restorative effect upon the sex
to! and uervuua organisation wrecked from aelf-abtne
and eicaesce, etoppin? the drain trom the system, restor-
tntflSo mind to health and annnrl Tnvn-rvtr wmAvin
the Dimness of Sicht, Nerroua Debility, Confusion
of Ideas. Aversion to Society, Etc.Ete. and the appear
ance of premature oid age usually accompanying thif
truuDie, tno rtw' r"Hr dviuii v iror, wrere u nss
ocen armanc moue or aretmem nas atooa
the lest in very severe caws, and ia now a pronounced
aurtsr- DmrS are t0 anurh nrrrrihpf1 it tnaa rmuSlea.
as many to, with but little it any
pernnnent kooo. nm? mo nonsense aoout Una rrepanj
Practical nberva"wwi enables
tee that it will five satisfaction. Durint; the eight
yrersinai is nuirr" general use, we aavc Utouseitu
ot ttitmmisi iua, ami k is now concern
ed by the Medical ProtessioB to be the moat rational
means ret discovered ot reacnine; and curine; this very prev
alent trouble- ttsi ts well knew to be tbe cause or nutold
misery to ao many, and upota whom Quacks prey with
theiruseies nostrums and bis; lees. The Kerned it put up
la a nest bjx, enwa;h to last a month, and sent m a plain
rrinner hw mail araled for S a Two biTM ssn4fl.-isnt (a
etfcvt a pertnarieiit xr? unless ia severe cases) $ S Tares
boxes isstinjr three full months, will stoo emissions, and
res-ore viror. in the worst easet.97. Full DIKCTI0H8
lor nsinr will aeeompviiyxACU BOX.
(6-nd for a Descriptive Pamphlet (iving AnctomlcsrV
Illustrations, which mU coarinca the most acentieal
that they can be rtaterM to perfect manhood, and
fltted lor the duties af m, asms aa it never affected. W
Sent Sealed foe atssnp any e. Sold OJTLT by ih
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MpaCHEMISTS.
mA 8th. Sts. ST. LOUIS, Ma
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rrlaa. Lkfrai. ud
oterr Hvrtase. Or
rwn u4 6.a.r.i,.9,
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asks 1 kot I CJO
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Tihiihli l.fi all.a f
per Wt Private I
Seaalr. w pU tuM
amlw a...r W4er
rowuw. . haul.
(C3".' . Or. A. O.
Mac .sd aim. tor
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mmt MOaVaTTJIF taut te
Lull f1? CM fas.
to. sttat. la. aw.
- TT cfxmmteiltn.
Tne Cincinnati Dollar weeKly Commercial
Is a large eight-page, forty-eiUt column newspaper, one year's issue of which con
tains matter equalln quantity to over THREE THOUSAND PAGES of the size of
the pages of printed matter in the most popular monthly magazine of the day. and
is equal in quality to any similar publication in tbe land. It is furnished to sub
Fcriler, p-rt piid'tor
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The specialty of the Cincissati Commercial is the NEW S OF THE DAY. No
pains or expense that is likely to result in
is spared, and the Aans Vf JUtJ n UKLU is presented in the most attractive and
authentic form. All the resources of the Cdjcixxati Daily Commercial, hs most
complete journal in the Mississippi Valley, are employed, and the Dollar Weekly
contains the cream of seven daily issues.
An attractive and new feature of the Weekly Commercial for 1879 will be an
r: ,.: l -vr 1 i . u - t T- i:. . , . 1 t r -. . i
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Ls aIso s highly interesting and amusing "Puzzle Department," and "Field and
fctream .otex, hcientinc fapers and
made up with care and always reliable.
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Specimen Copies free. Agent and
aptrimen copy and circular giving terms to
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Proprietors Cincinnati Commercial,
4teow CINCINNATI, OHIO.
the profit or entertainment of our readers
Agricultural Matter. The Market News is
Club Organizer wanted eterwehere. Send for
agents and club organizers.
Potru-ftty Crd by j
in-nti -lku mis.
They also relieve!
Mistress rrom Dyspep
sia, Indigestion and
loo Hearty Katio-r.
A perfect remedy lor
Dizziness, K an sea.
in the Mouth. Coated
Ton-rue, Pain In tbe
Side, tc Tbey re-cu-
late tne ttoweis ana
and Hies. The small
est and easiest to take, only one pill a dose.
40 In a vial. Pun-ly Vegetable. Pried S cents.
Sold by all Drn.srs.
CARTES KEDIC1KE CO., Prop'rs. Ens, Pa.-
TiV9 vial b7 ri nil for one collar.
Being free from auu't. .-alive mixtures, will
give longer service tiitn common
Their en-nt popularity has led to many
cheap imitations, having a Ii ix ('ixiss, but
trs season the
Their TURK CM BOOTS, and to distinguish
t!im from the common kind, will attach a
h U H I s:-:it I.A BEL on the front of tbe leg. bear
i.-ig the inscription
I.nve the Patent Metal Heel
b nr-vesitsthe heel wearing away
tiiey will have also the patent
Ir u of tie very inconvenient web inside
t'-T : used on other makes ot ooou.
ASK FOR THE
CNEQtJALED FOR MFDTCINAL AHD
r a Jiiii i isin
" OLD MILL" PURE OLD RYE.
Lahonttmim fWui A ftnuvu,
AasiytMaJ umI CMMllinr CsMmkttu
Watnep 1 Caw Ja
T a?, Mirk4 "OM Mill
Kara Old K
Ktr. n. ma4 tba mmm
frf tMM rmmfl Jul ar tker aW-
w Aii Miu.wn.L-
SK T DraswIMa mm Wlae
: IU. A. V Sol.
) BSTABMsTireP IMS.
I EASDALE'S DYE HOUSE
OFFICES : w. Feirtti 81,
a. t.Al S sA
gfcawla, Mlka, VsItsss bb CistMac
M la all Faartea Clcaaee wMhot rtm-
aJas Le Cartalaa til , CnH Veils aeV
Sn- cW 4re i u p- w. a. TUilAiL
Cygend jot foods by siyisss Write forCUealaX
Great Popularity. Columbus & Toledo R. R
North, East, South, West.
Taking Effect May 26th. 1878.
Tare PaaseBcer TralsM Dallv
eept Mondays), as follows
Jfailt Ex. Toledo Ex. Fr't & A(fn.
.10 05 A. M.
5.15 P.M. 12.10 A.M.
Delaware. 11.03 "
Prodpecl 11.29 "
Marion 11.50 "
Carey 1.19 "
FefitorU. I.a7 "
l.a5 P. M.
Detroit T.50 A. M 3.10 A. M. 6.50 P. M.
Toledo 10.40 " 6.55 P.M. U.15 "
mnlieniille11.27 ' 6.42 " 12.44 A.
Fostoria 12.03 P.M. 7.18 203 "
Carey .12-14 " 7.49 " 3.11 "
Sandusky- 1.10 " 8.25 " 3.55 "
Marion. . 1.48 " 9.05 " 5.14 44
Prospect 2.10 " 9.25 " 5.54 "
Delaware 2.36 ' 9.52 " 6.45 "
Columbus i.30 10.15 8.30 "
Throncb Coaehea between UETBtOIT
ad LlJJIBtf both Express)
Connections made in Union Depot.at Colnmbns.
lor ewara, auesviiie, vircie.uie, vuiiiicouie,
Portsmouth. Lancaster. Athens. Marietta and
Parkersourr: at Marion for points on the A. A. G.
w.K v: at LDDer btnausxy lor rJucvrus. Lima,
Wayne and Chicago: at Carey for Find lay.
Tiffin and Sandusky: at Fostoria with B.AU. ana
. and L. Railroad, lor rremoni, uesnier ana
Defiance: at Toledo with L. 8. A M. 8.. F 4P.S1.
and Canada Southern Railroads for Detroit. Jack-
n. Lansing, tirand Rapids. Last saeinaw and all
ooinu in Mkhieaa.
Parlor and Bleeping- Can on ail throng!) trains
om tjolumbtu to ew i orx. riuiaaeipnia ana
alllmore iritnout cnange.
W. A. MILL1. Genl Ticket Agent.
ORLAXD SMITH. Genl SupL
M. M. GKELNE. PresidenL
Lake Erie and Louisville Rairoad.
Taking Effect July 18, 1878.
TKAISS SOIMQ WXST.
srarioHS. vol. i so. 3 i 5o.i. I no. 5.
MalL Cln. K: . CellnXx: Mixed.
Frem n tLvlO.OO am I 75 pmi 830am
Bnrsoon 10.27 ami 7j Dm 9.22 am
Kansaalo6am 7.17 pm I aul
Fostoria l 1.08 a.n 120 pn '10351
Arcaaiati9uam iaproi iiiuid
Flndlay .'2X0 am 9.14 pm 1230pm
Kawaon.izuw pm 9.44 pm l.au i
Coiy 12.411 pm Si pm 1- pm
l'.lufftobl2 5pm IK18 prcl 12 00 pm
r iam 1.13 pm i pm 1 ; z w pm
Llma do 1L0U Din is pm
Lima Le.S.05pmi 1 am. 4 io pm
Back land 1 51 p-o I arr 5.15 pm
:& pmi I pm. 00 pm
Celina 4U)pm 1 10 JO am : 7.00 pm
T MAIMS MIRO EASf.
MTATIOJIg. No. 8.
4 30 pm
8 3) pm
C ve Ex
& 50 pm
4 45 pm
4 24 pm
8 M pm
3 25 pm llJie am
3 15 pm10 63am
6 30 am
3 40 Dm
9 50 am
Ar 7.10 pm
Beekland - 6 30 did
I 55 pm
Marys 600 pm
Colina.L 6.10 pm
. Mary a aael Miaeter Trwlaav-Wcag.
(.Marys sju pm
Bremen 4 00 om
Minster Ar 4 10 pm
.- No. IX
LI a Ex
8t.Marya 6.55 pm
Bremen 6 28 pm
v a is pro 1
' L H. BTJBOOOW Ueneral enpx
w.H. A MDKKWB, t3en. Tlckat Agent.
IX il pm
I 12.00 m
Taking Effect July 18, 1878. Baltimore & Ohio R R Co
TIME CARD IN EFFECT NOV. 10, '78.
Li 12 pm
2 32 pm
Lv Chicago 8.x am 910 pm
(jarrert 3 V pm - S .' am
Auburuju i 4 utt
Defiance 15 5 T.
Fostoria 640 7
Tiffin 7UJ ?M
KeDUblic L, tlx
Attica, 7:4 :M
SunduskT 710 7V
Monroevillf SOU M3U
Chicago ju 840 9M
Shelby iu 15 Due
Mansueld 9t! 1034
MtVemm 1113 1205 pm
Ar Newark 12 loam 110
Columbus 560 S10
Lv Columbus 1100 pm 1225
Shawnee 4 50 955
Junction City 5 25 10 27
Newark 1235 am 155
ZaneKville 1 40 257
Cambridge 2 3 353
Raruesvslle 333 456
ArBvllaire 450 C10
Wheeling 5J5 655
Wabingion,DC 800pm 7 30am
6 0ft l
Baltimore 9 10 8 40
Philadelphia 320am 145pm
New York C 45am 4 45
Zanesville Accommodation will leave Columbus
diily except Sunday at 5.15 p. m., and arrive at
Z tnesville at 8.10 p. m.. stopping at all stations.
Lv New York vv dm 8lsam
Philadclp'a 1130 pm 1145
Baltimore 7 10 6 15am
Washington 8 35 7 30
II 15am SOS pm
Junction Citya 58
bnawnee 9 3Si
L Columbus 1100
12 25 pm
Lv Chicago jn
Zaneevilla Accommodation leaves Zanes
ville dally except Sunday at 20 a m . and
arrives at Col a tubus at 9 20 a m.
Kx press trains mn daily, other trains dally
THOS. P. BAKBT. L. X. COLE. W. C. OCI.1CT
WatenPam'rAg'L Gtm'l Ticket Ag't oVa'l Momoqji
lit A IL.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT NOV. 10, '78. Cin'ti, Sandusky, & Clevel'd Railroad
TIME CARD IN EFFECT NOV. 10, '78. Cin'ti, Sandusky, & Clevel'd Railroad Time Card. Taking Effect Nov. 24, '78
.AIS L'HZ 430IM43 SOUTH.
l pie faa'ng'r Night
sTATlOMS. Mall. Accom Express
(5) (7) (9)
LeaveSandusk) 9 00 A 1.40 r 7 P M
Arrive Clyde 9.40 " , .
Leave Clyde 9.45 " 1.2i 111 -
Ar. Gr"n Springs 9JSS - 3 35 8 37
Arrive Tiffin 1028 " t! "
Arrive :arey 10.58 UU - 9 57 "
Leave Carey . - luM "
Arrive Porest II 25 " 4.2 M ll.og "
Arrive Kenton. 1L5U 4 52 . A M
Ar. Bellefont'ne 12.46 5 60 "
Le. Bellefont'no. i& T at 10 " VL30 "
Ar. Urbane 1.44 50 " 1J21 "
Ar. Springfield-. x.li " 74 1.10
Ar. Uayton 13S - 9.05 H.2S
Ar. Clnolnnatl COO M 11 30 g.00
Ar.ColnmbOK. 4.48 - I 9JO " . "
MAIM LISB eOIMO I9BTB.
ai. u roan a
8.45 A38 "
9.40 " 4.48 "
10.10 - iM u
1100 - 6.56 "
11.44 - 6.40
1X15 pm 7.16 t
12 29 7.55 -
U5 " 8.40
Ar. Orn Springs!
riamiv to CABXTv-Tralna leave Findiat
1.60 am and 2.00 p. ru.; arrlvs la Carey at 10M I
a m ana s.w n m.
n 1 1 it ra risoLiTTnlni leave Carey at
11,06 a. m. and 4 80 p. m., arriving la Find-
lay al 1X05 and JU p. m.
COtXXtMVU T CrMCIMMATI.
Express. Express Express
04) (16) C8)
Leave Colnmbo. vw " lOjfO a as 6.86 pa
Arrive London . 4JH " 10 59 - 7.1 "
" Hpringfleld 515 " ll.eS " 06 -
" Dayton 6.10 " 1145 PI Vo "
- Clncln nati " X2S - 01 30
" Indlanp'lls?10J7 " 6.16 " 1
Tninss 1 sr 111
Lve Indian D'UaJ
u.15 a m
Arr ixn)on i
Arr Columbus 1
Meals. Must A 10 ran dally, and all ouer.
aaliv ezeeM. Hunda v. Bieenina cars on noa
and lO.and Parlor Cars on Noa,tand 4jnn
nine through between Cincinnati and Baav
The above Umea will be made aa tar
practicable, bat are not guaranteed.
D. W. C. BKOWI. General Managr
H. M. BBCSSOS, GenO. Ticket AgX
CHAJB. HOWARD. Buperlntaodaat.
Pittsburgh Fort Wayne and Chicago
On and after Nov. 10. 1178. trains Will
!!ons daily (Bundays excepted as CoUowa:
TMAISS 6JOIMS WEST.
I Mo. 1 I
I Mo. S I He. t
rmejex. 1 ji lgiax
11.45 pmi 9.00am
liM pm iv.iza su
AM am 12.50 pm
Upb 1100 am
T.13pa li65 prr
46 pm' XjOfBl
7 JO am
7.50 a m
CbleagoJ 70 pas
TatAIssx UT6 KAJBT.
I S I So. S I Ho. I H08.
11 an a m 1 usa
4.3b pmi IJOami
1.56 p m! WiB
7.15 pmi 4.16am
7.45 p m I 4.56 a m
J8 pmi 7.i0a m
I.JO a m'll.Mam
i. w yn
U 35 pm
I B pm
7 Ju pm
Trams Una. S and B rsm ct ait v. Trai Wo. 4
loaves Clisaeally except 8eMsrdav. Train.
wu leaves nttstsarga smiy eacspi nainraaj
ovbers Dally exoept BuDday.
w. rw aisii,
General Plana. gar and Ticket Aot
1; 1 asr
HOTICE to TEACHERS
11HK BOARD Oft fcCHIXO. EXA MISERS
. will bold tneir examination for ibe en
suing j ear as follows
Tbe third Saturdays of AoKOst, THcember.
January. February, Jane and July.
Tbe nrst and third Salntdajsor Hepfe-mber.
October, November. March. April end May.
V Examinations will be held In the A"
Grammar Room of theOntrml Union Scboo
fkilidins;. commencing at 8J0 A. M,
-Crtiflcatea will not be antedated nor
WaH applicants ar required to bring
recommendationa from tnelr last employers
By order of the Board.
W. T. PUATT.Clerk.
i are settiaa; arqnslatsil sad tbose wao
are not onght to be with tbe weaderrot assttts e
that frrat Ameiiraa Bmedv, the
JOB HAS A5D BEAST.
Tlilslliiliiieiil tmf islsiaTIi to IglnsalSMl la Iswil
ca, where Nature provides laker laboratory sock
srrpranag satldofes for the faladles of kerehll
dren. Its fame has bee spreading for Styears.
sataaowKenctoeles the habitable gtobe.
Tho Xezlcaa Mustaag Unlmeat jsasMtthhws
remedy for aD external ailments of man and bes
To stocT ewiieis a&U Carment It Is Invaluable.
A sugle bottle often saves a htrman Kfoor
stores the saefulness of aa excellent bone,
It cures foot-rot, hoof-ail. hollow bom. ft
screw-worss, sboukler-rot, msnge. tbe bites
stings of poisonous reptiles and insects, and ev
such drawback to stock brawling and bash lift
It cures every external trouble of ho sts. s
as lameness, srratches, swinny. sprains, founder.
wmd-gaD, ring-bone, etc eta
Tbe MrrfcMU Xustang Liniment is tbe auiekast
cure la tbe world for accidents oeeuning ia tbe
family, la tbe shafnro of a physictaa. sncb as
boms, scalds, sprains, cats, etc. and for ihsuma
tlsm, sad stlgaess eagsndewd by ssposme. Par
ticularly valuable to Xinera.
It ls tbe che. part remedy ta tbe world, for It
penetrates tbe muscle to tbe bone, and a single
application Is generally sumcient to care.
Mr-rlcaa Mustang liniment Is nut as la three
sixes ot bottles, tbe larger ones being proportion
atety much tbe ebeape. Sold
Tbe new core for
M tnr. and &U Chronie rnasw, l.y a
rmUnHmnammm. gUXKl Brochure Ml pp.1 bcuA
is prick or
LEA & PRRINS
ofs LETT KR from
a MEDICAL UK N
TLEM AN at Mad'
TKn, May, W5l.
-1 el ILIA PER
DTVal 1.. S dearies
(attaaos la highly ee-
ecDflu ill muia,
and ls.in my opln-
And applicable to
ion.ins most pal
atable aa well as
i most wb- le-
THTS 3W1M THK Cn&VMrU MOT
OIIiT TUB BUST. BUT TM . SUM
Blgnatnreon avery bottle .
jHX VCAlsS KOSM.
S Collego M. aadl Valoa'Heiwstro. MT
Aaiertcsa and rereiaw Pataata. '
UILMORK Ax.. Hacoawn iu cmis-ma
Hoe aa A CoMuliciUMk. Paleuia piuesu e
in ail otiuiwiea. jao rasa ia aktakcil 7fv
charge nuleMithe aleai aK,ianted. uieee
(or makina )rvhuil ar xamlnaUt;ba. Mo
addlUoLat leea turottiaiuing and eondiMilng
a rtnvariDg. -peclal allenuun given to la
tetfereEeelaaea belt re the Palaitl OfSce.Ex
la didrreot tMa4.avad all liiigatoa apr
TOtillUIOBA A Ca FOB rHAMFHLCT OF SIXTY
Old Boaatj Land SJarraata.
The lart Report ot lb CDDnMosa.
be tienerai La.ua 'Jfflce shows tJMJbv actas
olBunnty LaadWarianUoatataiiding Tb
were nswea anaer o laoo ana srHlt SCU-.
OlLMUKK A CO. pay cash for item. Bend
by reglatertd letter, where Assignments are
imperieet We give Instruction to r.ct
Caited States Ceacral Lead OfSee.
Conteated Land Caea pcosccuted nKre U
Cnited (MaMe Ueneral Lnd OCloe and !
partment of tbe Interior. Private Lata
Claims. MiKnto and pbavxhptioii Claoma
and hom KtrrgAD Caaea attended to.
Arrears er Pay sad Bounty.
Omcsns. soldibr-s ana tAirons of tbe
la'a war, or their helra, are la many cane,
entitled to money from Ibo Government ot
which they bare ao knowledge. Write lull
hletory of service, and state amount of nay
and bounly meet ted. aetneesamptolb.
MORal CO., and a foil reply, alter examin
ation, will be given yoa tree.
All orricKBs, loiBitis, and sATioaa
wounded, or injured in tho late war. however
sMghtly, ean ootain a pension by addressing
Cases proaeeoted by Oil MORE dk d). uev
fore the Supreme Court of the United Htatea
tbe Coort of Claims and the Southern Claims
Kacb dartmrnt of onr buslnese k ons
dueted In aeparate bureau, eerier the ehago
ol the same experienced parties emploved
by the old firm Prompt attention to'all
boiBee eouueied to U1LMORB 111 la
tbns secured We d-sire to wtr enectss by
desert lng tt.
Address QIIiMORZ & CO.,
ViiHlMr. Ol C
Toy PUtMne Of the)
Throa and Lungs,
aooh aa Cog1,
. .... -
Aatttrmfg, ftod Coa-
The reputation tt has attained, ia
consTqfnce of the marvellons cares It
has prodoced dnrinx the last half cen
torr, Is a gnffident assnrance to the
public that it will continne to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
in almost every secuon ag country
there are nmnnL nnh!14v known who
hare been restored from alarming and '
even desperate diseases of the longs,
by its use. An who hare tried tt ac
knowledge its superiority; snd where
its virtues are known, no on hesitates
a to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and snSerisz peculiar .
to pulmonary affections. Chxsht Pro
to ral always affords instant relief, and,".
rjerfbrms mold rnree of the rnlWier n '
ricucn Ul uruucuiai uinorucr, an wcua
the more formidable diseases of the v
As a safeguard to children, amid
Ik. jllrrfw.).. Ll.i. V .
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it "
Is invaluable.; for, by Its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as the cores it is constantly
nrorlnrinir are tno remarkahlA tra he-
forgotten. No family shook! be with
out it, and those who have ones ssed ,.
it never will.
Eminent Physicians thronjrhout the ,
cuiuiuj prcscnue u, auu vjcrxjmcnr
often recommend it from their knowl
edge of Its ellects. .
Dr. J. C. AYER ft, CO., Lowell. Mais.,
Praotleal aael AaaUytloal I
' SOLD BT AU SBTJOXUSZS BT
AyerMedielnea sold at Haven neck's
Yocno Mkx ob Yooa Woxrjf who wnutweoTO
SCHOOL ra IVINTEn
Will And tho very beat advantages snd very
low expen-tes at uberlln College. Theologf
eal.Coileglate and Academical Uepartmen's.
CUvses in all the common branches higher
mathematics, natural sciences, philosophy,
hletory, Latin, ttreefe, Ac. Total eoat of
board, room. lueL ligbta, washing, books,
tuition and lneldertais need not exceed SSO
or tHO for Ibe Winter Term of IS weeks.
Term opens leeeniberS Circulars sent rreo
byJ.B.r. MARBU,Bs7,Oborlla O.
TBI OaEBLIU COHSIITATOH OP IC8IC
offers the very beat advantages for the stody
of both vocal and Instrumental music. For
roll particulars write to raor. w. a. nUCE.
Little Falls. N. Y.
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES
CHEESE FACTORY! FURNISHINGS!
Economizer Boiler and Engines,
HIGHEST PREMIUM BOILERS. ENGINES. VATS, &e.,
OUR PATENT CURD KNIVES, Lower than erer before.
CURD MILLS, CURD RINGS, CURD SINKS,
RENNET ANNATTO JARS, THERMOMETERS. -
ALL GLASS AND TIN GOODsTcHURNS,
Patent Fly Proof
NEW STYLE FACTORY AuCOUNT BOOKS
Rennets, Salt, Annatto, Annattoine, and
PATENT BOTABT CUT
Iron Pipe, Hose, Belting, &c.
Aa we manufacture and import oar good from Europe. WE WILL NOT BZ
UNDERSOLD. Onr Goods are ti BEST
WTERM8 IiIBER-aX.- . '
8Mel3kLr-OM FAIRBANKS' SCALES, CURD KNIVES. Ju-o
ENGINES AND IRON P1KB. we can do
otter partlea la tb. trade. :ALSO ON CBIB wa, - ; -
- " ' t. S c- V
113TJ1C1ALLY JjOT THTS3 017 TLTZSQ.
FRENCH BTIRR 8T0XE GRIST HILLS, tbobeat.
HEADING - ,
IN THE MARKET.
much better by ir ctjfrtsaw Uuut aaf