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Ahla. TW. 27. 1879.
A. H. BaLKLE. Miter and Prwprtetor.
EKsrMPTiOS nrxt Wednesday.
A HAWT Tkabs to all oar
PATcotsu adionrned on the 20tb,
but wOl reassemble on the 7tn of Jan
Pafkr and Gold, Gold and Paper,
n m nn nee: and yet the lt day
of January i not ber.
Grkksbacks ' now the best mooey
in the cuontry all owing to Bepnou
ean policy aud booesty.
TVritR. of Brown eoaoty.for Warden
of the Penitentiary, is the way it reads
now. Bat the penitentiary war is noi
Thb Cleveland Leader has published
a Terr neat, attractive and useful Al
.r.A and hand book which it sends
to its subscriber.
Auditor of Statd Williams, was run
over by a sleigh, at Columbus, on
Monday, and was considerably though
not seriously injured.
Hartrabft, of Pennsylvania, and
Washburne, of Illinois, are candidates
for the nJselon made vacant by the
death of Bayard Taylor.
Alphd L Williams, Democrat,
from Mich., and Beverly Douglas, of
Virginia, members of CoDgrers, have
died daring the past week.
C. A. Wkttmore, who has been
vititin In foreign lands, especially the
wine growing ones, and studying the
has returned and win
write a book.
MIDDLKTOS & Co., bankers, of Ifew
York, commenced paying out gold to
their customers, on Monday last. Oth
er bankers are doing the same, and the
middle wall of partition is broken down
Flusked the Potter Committee.
Didn't even ask for a dollar to pay the
exnenses of further investigation. Ob
the cipher business will be Investigated,
no doubt, by those honest representa
tives of the lost cause.
Thb Cincinnati Gazette has a night
mare Blaine. It sits heavily upon
that Journal. Either Blaine does too
much cr does too little, bat be never
reaches the Gazette's standpoint of ex
eelleoee. Poor Blaine or poor Gazette.
Rotthmas is named for Governor. It
should not be thought of. Fester ean
beat Tharman if Thurmao's the man
and give him the odds. If its any
other opponent, it will be a walk over
for Charley. Sherman is best where
be is. The whole country needs him.
Ohio needs Foster.
Goons, of Virginia, is not quite as
good as be should be, or he would not
certify to statements at truths which
afterwards prove trntrue. The U. 8
Grand Jary.' Ih Bossex county, have
indicted those Democratic'-Judges of
election for ejecting U. S. Supervisors
, from polling places during the canvara
and counting of votes. And yet Goode
had pronounced charges to that effect
Civil. S-RVtck Reform is a very
irregular proceeding Dr. Thrall made
a most unexceptional Marshall for
Southern Ohio, and bis retention
would have been very satisfactory to
all having business with the office, bat
a term of eight years and that was
thought to be sufficient lor him. Levi
Welriok has been Postmaster of Tiffin
for eight years, and has made a very
acceptable officer. But his eight years
of servioe were no bar to Lis re appoint
ment. Levi is happy. And so it goes ;
and the instance of like character are
innumerable. Evidently "kissing goes
by favors quite as muoh now as at
any previous time.
ASOTHKR Savings Bank has been
added to the long list of failures. Last
week it was Adoe's bank at Cincinnati
now it is the Indianapolis Savit.gs
Bank at Indianapolis. On Friday
morning last, when depositors present
ed themselves, they were informed the
bank could only pay 25 per cent of the
deposits, but expected to be able to pay
ninety per cent; would know within
ninety days as all their paper matured
within that time. The reason assigned
for the suspension of business was that
since September, 1877, they had been
obliged to withdraw $200,000 of their
paper and pay it to depositors, aud as
there was no longer any money la the
business, they found it desirable to
quit; if all the bank's outstanding
paper was good, they could pay depos
itors in fall and have f 7,200 left. And
this amount reoresents the bank's cap
" Hal, or its Barplus earning?. and betrays
its weakness ! And such a result is the
common one, when a Savings Bank
has concluded its labors, Not one
manager out of twenty ever had or
expected to have any money of bis own
embarked in the business. From the
first they have preyed upon the people,
and from the first the people have been
' the sufferers, simply because they have
permitted themselves to be gulled by a
promise of a good rate of interest, but
with no security other than the simple
memorandum of deposit, which proved
no security at all when the bank met
with misfortune. .And curious as it
aay seem, many depositors, who could
have let their money at a fair rate of
- interest on excellent security, and so
benefitted a neighbor or helped to
. build up a manufacturer, have prefer
red to place their money In suon a
bank, and have gone down with it
under the pressure of failure. We do
sot say Savings Banks or deposit banks
may not be conducted prosperously
and safely, and to the benefit of de
positors and managers, bat under the
present system they are the exceptions
not the role. Bat we do say no bank,
however apparently prosperous it may
be, can ultimately succeed and pay
such rates of interest as are usually
paid by such institutions. The bank
which pays eight, ten, or twelve per
- cent, for money is forced to loan the
. same at most exborbitant rates. This
they cannot do without taking risks
that careful business men would ref us;
and the rate demanded reliable men
will not pay, except as a temporary
expedient. What is the consequenoef
Forced to make a good Income in order
to pay interest alone, they "take
chances' in hopes of large returns
Bat tfcj ebances are frequently against
them, and the crash of failure settles
down ; the depositor has bis certificate
ef deposit, with no security; and Is no
better off, perhaps not so well,, as if be
bad an honest neighbor's simple note
of band. From the latter he would
realize its face; from the former he
ooald scarcely hope, with pest evidence
as a guide, to realize fifty per cent
Besides the rot tenner of the system
itself, it is left practically to its own
dev'ces for want of proper legislation
to restrain it. inspect it, and report its
condition. There is a law in this State,
we know, n quiring such banks to
publish a statement of condition. Bat
when published the public is no wiser
than before. It is an easy thing to
show a balance, bat is not always t-o
easy a matter to prove it.
No banking or other corporation,
operated for gain, should be allowed
to do business opon the money of the
public without putting up eecarities
sufficient to eover possible losses, and
even the National Banking system
might be improved in this particular,
not only to its own benefit b it to the
benefit of the public National Backs
are now required to secure their cireu
iation, which is making note holders
preferred creditors; yet they are not
the main stays of the banks, their de
posits frequently going beyond their
capital. The government guarantees
the notes of the National Banks, but
requires securities for its protection.
The government Is the creature of and
aprotecto to the people; yet it fiis
in its protection to the people whn it
neglects to demand for them equal
A requirement such as we bave indi
cated above would be a benefit both
to the depositor and to the country.
To the depositors because they would
be secured against loss; to the country,
because such securities as would be of
value would draw but afnoderate
amount of interest, and compel a
breaking up of the heavy interest sys
tern which rendeis banking insecure,
and at the same time shoulders upon
the business public the burden of its
maintenance. The banks, relieved
from paying such heavy interest on
deposits, could lend on easier terms and
secure a better class of paper. And
depositors not satisfied with a rate of
interest which the bank could safely
pay. would compete in open market
Besides being required to secure the
money of the public, every back or
other corporation should be subject to
visits of inspection, without notice just
as the National Banks now are, and
be obliged to wind np when they out
rage the laws of business. And it will
not be until some such system b devil
ed that banking in its best character
will be reached, and security alike be
had for note bolder and deposit jr.
DBA TH OF BA YARD TA YLOR.
Bayard Taylor. United States Minis
ter to. Berlin, died in that city Thurs
day afternoon of last week, at 4 o'clock.
Tne news of bis death was not entirely
nexpected, as dispatches had been
received two' days previous announc
ing his serious illness. The fatal
symptoms came on suddenly, however,
as be tad Jbeen out of bed, and was
transacting business with officials of
the American Legation the day before
his death, which was peaceful and
painless. r- ' ' " V
. Bayard Taylor was a poet novelist,
traveler, orator and journalist, and it
is bat a few months since he left New
York in good health as Minister Pleni
potentiary to Germany. He had been
in Germany bat a short time when he
was seized with a severe illness. From
this he apparently reoovred, by the
aid of a surgical operation, and was on
the way to restored health when a
speedily fatal relapse occurred.
Bayard Tayor was born at Ken jet t
Sqaare, Pennsylvania, January 11th,
1825. His aged parents, who lately
celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of
their marriage, still reside there. Be
was a fjOCT boy, and at seventeen en
tered the office of a eountry newspaper
in Westchester, and apprenticed him
self to the printer's trade. About the
same time he began to contribute
verses to thejeriodioal press. In 1844
he published a small volume of poems
under the title of Ximena." Shortly
afterward he sailed for Europe, trav
ersed the contineat on foot, and during
his wanderings contributed letters of
travel to the New York Tribune. When
be returned, his letters were gathered
in a, book entitled "Views Afoot, or
Europe seeu with Knapsack and Staff.
Returning to America he edited a news
prper at Pboenixville, Penn., for s
year, and afterward went to New
York and wrote for the Literary World,
Then he became connected with the
Tribune, a connection that was main
tained to the dy of his death.
Mr. Taylcr was a great traveler. He
visited California in 1849, returned
home by the way of Mexico, and in
1850 published "El Dorado or Adven
tures in the Path of Empire." He next
visited the Eas going up the Nile,
through Sijria and Asia Micor, and
returning to England, from whence be
went to Calcutta overland, and from
there to China and joined Commo
dore Perry's expedition to Japan. On
his return to New York in 1853, he
published "A Journey to Central
Africa," "Lond. of the Saracevs" and
"A visit to India, China and Japan.'
In after yea's be was a frequent visitor
to Europe, revisited Egypt in 1875 and
went to Iceland and took part in the
one thousandth anniversary of the
discovery of that island. His letters
to the Tribune from these two regions
were gathered into a book of travel,
called "Eypt and Iceland."
Mr. Taylor was for many years one
of the most successful lecturers in
America. He possessed talents of a
high class as a journalist and was an
indefatigable correspondent. He wrote
a number of novels which were not
intense or peculiar enough .to attract
more than temporary interest. As a
poet he will take a permanent place in
English literature, owing to the high
character and merit of his works.
Mr. Taylor was appointed Secretary
of Legation to Russia in 1862, and re
mained in that post two years acting
as Charge d' Affaires maeh of the time.
He was appointed to the Berlin Mis
sion about six months ago.
His wife and only daughter, were
with him at the time of his death.
Physicians highly recommend the
use of Dr. Marshal's Lung Syrup for
Coughs or Colds of long standing an 1
Pulmonary complaint generally. It
always cares in an incredibly short
tune. Call on your drugs! and get a
bottle. Only 25 cents. Sold by all
m m m
"It is better to laugh than be cry.
tog" decidedly; and to eojoy your
baby's langbing society use Dr. Bull's
Rabv Svrno which relieves the shief
discomforts of babyhood without stu
p f log the children.
Price 25 cents a
bottla. . - -
Happiness and prosperity depend to
a vry great extent noon good health.
All tboeA euBeriug from Hoarseness
Cold, or Cough, should try Dr. BulIV
Cough Syrup. It cures.
A report comes from Galata of the
eipkinsr of a steamer on the way
from Marseilles to Constantinople, aud
the loss of 150 lives.
Garfield Is folly in accord withBlaine
in regard o investigation.
There are 225 pupil enrolled in the
Blind Asylum at Columbus.
Jonotban Grnt wQl not hire any
more tramp. He lives nesr Grove city
md on tbe 15th tried the experiment.
On the 16th be buteberedhis bog, on
the 17th be marketed them for $100.
which vanished with the tramps th
the same night. Hire not tbe tramp
lest ye be trampled upon.
Ben Boville, a two year man from
cioto county, and GKrge Williams, a
fire year man from Columbiana county,
-reaped from tbe penitentiary on tbe
morning of the 18th, by scaling the wall
during the prevalence of a heavy fog.
Tbe Census Committee is perfecting
a bill to govern the taking of tbe een
sus in 1880.
Kehoe, the King of the Mollie Ma
guires, was banged at Pottsville Pa.,
on tbe 18th. He died as it is expressed
Altenbaogh, the ToUdo wife mar
der, was fonud guilty of manslaughter,
on tbe 19th.
At Elyria. at noon, on tbe 19th, a
burglar was discovered attempting to
force open tbe ticket case aod money
drawer in the depot.. He gave up like
Copt. Scott's coon, and "came down,"
Evansville has a body scathing hor
ror resembling, in some respects, the
Harrison sensation in Cincinnati last
Gen. Williams, of Detroit, member
of Congress, was lying at tbe point of
death, on Thursday evening, at Wash
Justin E. Colburn, Consul General
to Mexico, died on the 2d Inst, of
Chalmers of Mississippi, bas preps r
ed a bitter speech against Blaine. He
will be like the fellow who looked like
a lion wben be went into tbe fight,
but mocn use an ass wben be came
out. Blaine will like no better amuse
meat than such an assault will furnish
Tbe Postoffioe Committee nas agreed
to the publishers' bill classifying mail
matter. It retains the uniform rate of
two cents a pound for newspapers,
magazines, and serial. It includes in
this rate sample copies, and allows in-
closure of bills receipts, orders for
publication. Transient printed mat
ter and books are rate at one cent for
each t wo ounces, and merchandise is
Hied at one cent per ounce, both these
bring tbe same as exbtirg rates. Ad
vertisiug sheets are not admitted to
registry as newspapers and periodicals
are. The law in regard te packages
weighing over four pounds, is changed
so as to allow single vo'umes of great
er weight than this limit to go in the
maiL Heretofore printed articles and
articles of glass, such as microscopes,
bave been shut out of the mails.
Under tbe new bill they can be carried
if so secured as not to Id fare the mail
bags. Le ter pret-s copies, and mani
fold copies from the type writer, are
allowed to go as transient printed
The long talked of ship canal be
tween the At lan id and Pacific, via.
Lke Nicaragua is about to be accomplished,
it is said, a company having
obtained the necessary concession
from the Nicaraguao government.
- The Secretary of the Treasury, is to
issue a circular January 1st, calling
attention to tbe 4 per cents, and offer
ing eooveniencas to takers. These
bonds are in sums as low as $50, and
bear interest payable quarterly, and
will be exchanged for United States
notes. Tbe national hanks are offered
inducements to place these bonds, and
they will be sent to abacribere at the
expence of tbe Treasury. At last we
are to bave an effort at a popular
At St Louis on the 18th, Wash Ives,
a colored porter in tbe i rantuin House,
shot and killed his wife and then shot
himself, dying instantly.
The two Russian cruisers built in
this country, sailed under American
masters on Saturday, for Cronstadt.
When out of American waters they
were delivered to Russian officers.
- Senator Blaine's committee of inves
tigation is at work.
Great irregularities in sugar impor
tations have been discovered. Impor
ters custom omoers are said to be in
Walter S. Storms passed through
Detroit on tbe 19 th, taking the Grand
Trunk for Kingston, Out. He had
$ 600 in his posses-ion. On the train
be met a man named C. C, Crable,
r.hom he knew bat whom he inspected
of evil intentions. Near Rid ire way.
Storms went upon the platform of the
oar. ana wbile standing with his back
to the door, was attacked by Crable
who cut bis throat seize his pocket
booktrom Lis pocset and knocked him
on: tbe train. His situation is regard
ed as critical.
At Athens, on Friday,, last, Joseph
fxavanagb was arrested lor the mar
aerof his wife.- There was evidence
that she bad been choked to death,
and Kavaoagb is suspected of doing
tbe cbcrung. Mia. was enciente.
A Mrs. Moorhouse.of Springfield, was
found lying at the foot of her cellar
stairs on the evening of tbe 18th, with
fractured skull,under circumstances
indicating foul play,
Mose Ford, a colored man living in
mantemon county. Ya., was sentenced
by tbe Court to receive thirty nine lash
es on tbe bare back, for stealing $10
worth of property. The punishment
was inflicted and the negro was bo
mortified and chagrined that he
blew his brains out. He placed the
muzzle of the gun to bis forehead and
palled tb nigger wub bis foot
la 1867. Gen. Sheridan, by military
order jecte J James E. Wbaien fiom
KItoua plantation, in Louisiana.
Whalen brought suit in tbe U. S.
Court at New York, to recover $400,
000 damftgs. Tbe case was decided
ant week in Sberidans favor, and
Wbaien bas asked for a new trial.
The directors of tbe Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern Railroad Company
bave declare! a dividend of three per
cent payable Febuary 1st, 1879,
The Michigan Central Railroad has
declared a dividend of two per cent,
payable febuary 1st, 1879,
At Midway, Ky., on the 20th,
Dense in wnicn two cniiaren bad i n
left by their mother, took fire, during
ber aceenoe, and bom enildren ner-
lsbed In tbe nunes.
Tbe $10,(00 stolen from a Postoffioe
clerk at Washington City, a few days
ago, bas oeen restored. Tne thieves
having been seen with their rietem and
fearing arrest, returned the package
Dr. G. W. Aioger, of Cleveland.
who was shot by J. B. Rice, of Kings
ville, O., died at 10 o'clock Thursday
evening oi last wees, Irom the effect
his wound. Rice is now under ar
rest and elaiins that the shot was ac
cidental, but Aing-r made a statement
before Jadge Cad well, lust before ha
died in wuich he declares that Rise
snot Dim purposely: and also nutat
that Rice was jealous of him and
tioagnt be bad had improper relation
wiu nis wile, wbtch, be delarea is
lai&e. mee'a bad was fixed at $1000,
but be refuses to accent of bail aud
Bays ne wisnes to re main where be is
until tne case is tnoromrhlv IiithK
Tbe Illinois and St Lanfc
was sold at St Lonl
der the decree of tbe court, foreclosing
first and second mortgage bonds,
and was purchased b A nth., i
Thorna of New York, who it i .aid
represents a large number of its bond
uuiuera. I D- oriee nald . It rmn
COO. of wh'.U $50,000 was paid m w
Lawerenee Otis Hall, a clearing
hnose elerk of the London and Sau
Francisco Bank, absconded on tbe
17tb, with 13,000 of tbe bank's money.
The roof of the Frank Hall, at Kan
sas city, fell in on ti e evening of the
17tb, caused by a beavy weight of
snow. Tbe building was erusned to the
ground, killing one man and seriously
wounding several others.
At Truckero. Pa., on tbe 19; h, Mra
Minnlsh and child were burned to
death. Tbe child's dress bad aecident
lly takn fire, nd in attempting to
ave it tbe mothet's dress was ignited
and tbe doable catastrophe followed
Near Grafton, on the 18th. tbe dead
body of aa aukoowu man was founo
on the railroad track. He was thought
to bave been murdered and robbed by
tramps and left npon the track.
The banking house of C. F. Adae &
Co.. of Cincinnati, suspended las'
ek, with liabilities amounting to
$781,000. The asserts are only $400,
000 Another argument in favor of
reekless and insecure banking (?)
At New York, on the 20th, tbe jury
in tbe cafe against General Sheridan,
to recover $400,000 for the eeizare of
Kellona plantation, St Charle parish,
La, in 1867, and tbe ejectment of J as.
E. Whak'u by military order, brought
in a verdict for tbe defendant. A mo
tion will be made for a new trial.
An effort is being made to remove
the county seat of Brllmont County,
from Sc. OUresville, to Bellair city.
Lcnis F. Therasson, a well known
lawyer of New York City, was convict
ed and sentenced 'o tw j years in the
Statee prison last week for obtaining
from a client, Mrs Zaboiskle, her sig
nature under faUe pretenteses.
A colored man, named George
Decker was placed in the pilory, iu
blinding snow storm, at Wiilmiugton,
Delaware, last Saturday, and received
sixty lashes, and was then taken
prison to serve out bis sentence for
murder in the seoond degree.
David O. Gibt-oa, his two sons, and
Samuel P. Moore, were arretted on
the 24th, and taken to Mc Vernon,
Ky., charged with forgery nuder tbe
pent-ion laws of the Uuited States.
They bave been operating for several
years, and have drawn more than $10,
000 from the U. S. Trearury on false
vouchers. They are also charged
with drawing money for pensioners
who have been dead for years.
Oae of tbe cooper shops of tbe
Standard Oil Company's works
Cleveland, was destroyed by fire on the
evening of the 24; h. Tbe loss is esti
mated at$20,000 by competent judges.
Abe Rothschilds, who murdered Bes
sie Moore in Te ;as, then fled to Cin
cinnati and there attempted to com
mit suicide but failed, was arrested and
after recovery taken to Texas ou a rtqu
sition from tbe Governor of thb t State,
has beeu found guilty of murder in the
Stephen D. Richards, arrested re
cently in this State and taken to Ne
braska, on a requisition, has confessed
to commiting nine murders within tbe
past three yeaes.
Gov. McCreary, of Ky., has at 1 ngtb
sent a guard of soldiers into Breathitt
county to coutrol tbe outlaws there.
They have suspended operations while
the troops are there.
A few doses of Dr. Marshal's Lung
Svrnp cured my child of a most dread
ful Cough. I can cheerfully recom
mend ic as tbe best Cough medicine
have ever tried. Mrs. C Ksox,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by all druggists.
XLV Congress—Third Session.
.Dec. ZU SHNATB The morning
hoar was mostly spnt in discussing
tbe order of business, but resulted
no soecial order. Beck's bill to repeal
sec.. 8 20 oi Kevised Statute?, was dis
cased for a time when, on motion, the
Soate went into executive session.
On reopning the doors. Beck withdrew
bis amendment to tbe bill Xo repeal
Sec, c20 which "amend ment provided
for tbe repeal of Sao.. 121 in mgard
test oaths, and on tbe withdrawal
the amendment the bill passed without
opposition. 8enate adjourned until
Jan. 7th, 1878.
HotSB: The morning hour was oc
cupied with the passage of local and
personal bills, after which the Sneaker
presented Secretary Sherman's reply
resolution of the House asking a state
ment In regard to monthly balances
National Banks. Secretary said there
were no such balances except in Banks
wbioh had been made depositories un
der law of Congress, aud be submitted
a list of snob, with the balances for
each month from Febuary 1, 1878
December 1, 1878. Hewitt objected to
the reading, bus wanted the bain nee
o: the First National Bank, of New
York read. This led to considerable
sparring during which a motion to ad
journ was carried and the members
withdrew till January 7, 1879,
Tbe large balances in the said bark
were owing to beavy subscnptioi io
the 4 per cent loan and temporary de
posits infavor thereof.
A VULGAR BULLY.
A Democrat and member of tbe late
Legislature was sentenced to imprison
ment in tbe same jn Irom which
few months ago a Democratic ballot
box stuffer, political striker, and
gambler was released after serving
portion of his term lor fraudulently
assisting in securing an alleged major
Ity for 'he present Democratic Con
gressman from the Second District
Another notorious member of the
party, tbe Commissioner ot Railroads
and Telegraphs appointed by Gov.
Bit-hop, Wm. Bell, Jr. comes to the
front again. It will be remembered
that this same Bell last winter threat
ened to beat onr Columbus eorn-s-
pondent for making some unavoidable
strictures upon Bell's public offenses
and also that be made a cowardly at
tack npon a Senator in the Senate
Cbamber,who was criticising Bell's ab
sence from bis office. The Akron Ar
gut (Dem ) makes public the following
letter to Its editor:
"STATE OF OHIO, OFFICE COMMISSIONER
OF RAILROADS AND TELEGRAPHS,
COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 9, 1878.
"Editor Argus. Akron, 0-"1cak
SIR From the familiarity with which
Ton nenim iu usine mi name 1 conclude that voa
are acauainted wiii me. I may have met von.
put nave no positive Knowledge oi tne tact, but
wm aee yon soon My wcigm u iw pounds. Yon
win pisw iiiuuwc vuur iiguuug wfiHm mi earn
est convenience, ana very macn ODuee,
"Yours, respectfully, n . Bell, JaJ
Here is a rulgar bully, obtruding bis
nuge carcass upon public notice, and,
alter tbe Xasbion of the prize nn sr.
asking tbe ngbting weight of a man
whose bosiaess it is to flud fault with
Jut such individuals as this same Bell,
bv tbe grace ol (iov. Bishop and tbe
Democratic Legislature Commissioner
oi Kailroada and Telegraphs of tbe
great State of Ohio.
East Lawn Nursery.
M. B. Patterson, of East Lawn Nursery,
sells Apple irees at lUcts eacu and all
other Nursery Stock in proportion. All
wanting Fruit and Ornamental Trees will
do well to go and see him in the Spring,
instead of subscribing for them with
traveling tree pedlers. 84 tf
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If you believe that DbBao's Istalubls
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You may then ask him if it is good, and
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Fleck, at 50 Cls. per box.
Strong. Cobb Co. Gen., Agts., Cleve
land, Ohio. S-7-
Tbe reason why adulterated baking
powders make bread and biscuits very
indigestible, is because they harden the
gluten of tbe wheat and render it leri
soluble. Tbe purity and perfect com
binstion of Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder makes all articles easy of digestion.
AH the fairs give the first premiums
and special awards of great ment to Hop
Bitters, as the purest and best family med
icioe, and we most heartily approve of the
awards for we know they deserve it. They
are now on exhibition at the State Fairs,
and we advise all to test them. See an
other column. . ", 33 34.
Truth and Soberness.
What is the best family medicine in the
wor'd to regulate the bowels, purify the
blood, remove cos'iveness knd biliousness,
aid digestion and stimulate the waole sys
tem Truth and soberness compels us to
answer. Hop Bitters, being pure, perfect
and harmless. See "Truths" in another
column. - 33-34.
It is simply in keeping with common
sense to say that a specialist who gives his
undivided attention to the treatment of a
ceitain classes of diseases ought to suc
ceed where practitioners in general prac
tice may fail. Dr. E. B. Foote, of 120
Lexington Avenue, New York City, bas
given his exclusive attention to the treat
ment of chronic diseases for twenty-five
years, during which time he hss cimd
thousands whose faces he has never seen.
If you will send to him for his searching
list of questions you will see how this has
been dune in parL Consultations in per
son or by man free. Dr. Foote's works.
Plain Home Taltr, embracing Medical
Common Sense, Science in Story, etc ,
are publications well known to the read
ing public Taking all of the Doctor's
publications together it is not too much to
say that millions of copies have been sold.
LATCHAW GKOSE On the 19th of
December, 1878, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Findlay, O., by Elder W.
P. Small, Mr. Atram J. Latchaw and
Miss Aiaminta J. Grose.
FELLERS -MILLER Married at the
Pursonage, on Thursday morning, Dec.
12th, by Rev. J. A. Hensal, Mr. Isaiah
Fellers and Miss Jane E. Miller, both of
Hancock county, O.
REIM TJND HASTINGS On Thurs
day, Dec. 19th, at the residence of the
bride's father, by Rev. C. S. Sprecher, Mr.
Philip Reimund and Miss Isa Hastings;
HARDESHELL HOSMAN OnMon
day, Dec. 23d, at the residence of the
bride's parents, by Rev. C. S. Sprecher,
Mr. J2. A. Hardeshell and Miss Susie
TAWNEY LONG Dec. 24, 1878. at
Mr. Robert Long's, y Rev. P. A. Drown,
Mr. John W. Tawney and Miss liz.b -th
E. Long, of Big Lick township. Hancock
MOATS WEISS At the residence of
the bride's parents, Doc. 24th. 1878, at 8
a m., by Rev. J. A. Hensel, Mr. John
Moats to Miss Caroline Weiss, all of
DEXNISON YOCUM-At the resi
dence of the bride's parents, in East
Findlay. Dec. 24th, at 1 p. m , by the
same, tdr. Jno. Dennison, of Leipsie,
formerly of Findlay, O., to Miss Sallie
SPAITH WEBER-At the residence
of James Dennison, East Lincoln street.
Findlay, Dec. 24th, at 5 p. m., by the
same, jur. rrea. Bpaitn, lormeriy ot
r indlay, now of Leipsie, O., to Miss Mol
lie Weber, or Findlay.
LEMON McCLARAN -In North Bal
timore, on the 18th inst . by Rev. R. H.
Hollyday, of Findlay, Mr, V. M. Lemon,
ol Lucas.Richland Co., to Miss Mollie A.
daughter of Dr. A. McClaran, of North
BA.LSLEY On the morniogotthe23d.
at half-past nice o'clock, Litlu Mat, in
fant ana only daughter ol Alfred a. and
Lacy V. Balsley, aged 7 months and 1 day.
mi m . .
ineperenis oi aeceasea express tneir
thanks to friends for many courtesies and
Many eases of Diptnerla and Bore Throat
are prevailing at present throughout the city
and eountry towns, and we may look for a
variety of reel pea and recommendations ol
this or that cure from tbe wise ones. In the
interest of safferlng children we wish to cay
a word in favor of Lawson'a Cn rally as a
preventative as well aa a enre for this invi
dious enemy of children. We have such un
doubted evldenee that the Curative Vlll cur
Dip theria that we strongly urge every fatnOy
with young children to keep it on band, and
on the first -lymptoms of sore throat use to
freely. The directions, which go with each
bottle are ample for Its use.
Cranberries, Oranges and Lemons, just
received dj l. aioiakness.
Bneklen's Arnica Sal re.'
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum.Tetter,
mapped Hands, cuiiblains, Cornp.and all
kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price 25
Cents per box. For sale by Haven &
Fleck, opposite Court House. 7-41
NO PEOPLE IN THE WORLD
suffer as much with Neuralgic or Rheumatic
complaints as Ameticans, and no nation is so
proliSo In remedies to cure, yet we come In
contact every day with scores who are suffer
ing without having found the cure they have
sought for. To those who have used
we need only to say that it is compounded with
the same scientific skill and care a heretofore,
and maintains the deserved reputation which
it has acquired by the wonderful cares it has
performed. To those who have never tested
tlte CrsATiva we urge a trial of its virtues for
the diseases named below.
Eminent and Skillful PhjsiciaU
use the Ccbattv largely in their practice, and
prominent clergymen and editor recommend
it from a knowledge of its effects.
All yield to the magic influence of the Cuaa
TiVE, no matter of how long standing. It is
only necessary to use it faithfully and perse
veringly, according to the directions which ac
company each bottle, and you U1 be cured.
Is Heallae- asd CMliBff Wwauwate,
"res. Barns, am aVMa.
Try It and you will never bs without ii.
SOLD BT ALL tC6STS.
Prie 11.00 pr BotUa, fert&OO.
Lmwion Chemical Co Cleveland, 0.
.11 1-ilip I II wJ"1 OOP IPS
or oTJkcawa'MSwan. SlSiMsl Wwoaaooiji.il. li.
crtTof iwon Ionian ii wUJF
maIbiXqe gSEe :!S
w VootioooMw aT?Jr'
Sao. WyooooloeaU " oasf aw-
Ou all dJoirooo et anwsto 2
abuse Iiu .wtoiS P
gMoa of iko TkiwatooS taus
Siows swTsojua BZSu?-. otoT
Zmr aeprwaueu ja so4
oarMm lion naif
was. nub nto oast
HOT It I
Free of Charge
A special invitation is hereby extended
to all suffering humanity who are afflicted
with Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipa
tion. Sick Headache, Loss of Appetite,
Coming up of Food, Low Spirits, Drowsi
ness. It ellow Complexion, General Debil
ity, Liver Complaint, Jaundice and Bili
ousness to call at Haven & Fleck's Drug
Store and get a Trial Bottle of Dr. Erse's
Caliporxia Golden Coirporsn rrte of
chary and note tbe speedy and wonderful
effect this great remedy will have on your
disease and which will show you what a
regular one dollar size bottle will do.
Da. klno s Caukorsia Golded Cex-
Pothtd has not made a failure in a single
instance, we therefore offer to eive it to
you free before you buy, knowing that it
wm sustain our recommendation every
time. Had it not the real intrinsic merit
it would be ruinous for us to make this
offer. 10. 16. 22. 28. 34. 40
Pains in tbe Back.
Side or Loins are
cured by HOTS
Great Kidney md
Liver Medicine. It
is not a new com
pound, having been
noed by all claes for
30 years, aud saved
from limte ine dis
ease and death, hundreds who have been given
np by Physicians. HI NTS REMEDY cures all
Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Bladder, and Uri
nary Organs, Dropsy. Gravel, Diabetes, and In
continence and Retention of Urine. HUNTS
REMEDY cures Brigbt's Disease of the K'dneys,
General Debility, female Weakness. Nervous Dis
ease. Intemperence and Excesses. HUNT'S
REMEDY cures Bilious Headache. Sour Stom
ach, Costiveness, Dyspepsia. Strengthens tbe
Bowels and Stomach and makes the Blood per
fectly pure. HUNTS REMEDY, is prepared
EXPRESSLY for these diseases, and was
never known to fall. One trial will convince
yon. HUNTS REMEDY is imrely Vegetable
is used ty rmuy rnysicians, ni me utmost re
lunc may be placed
DY" encourages sleep,
creates an appetite.
braces np the system.
is the result.
for Phamphlet to
WM. E. CLARKE
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A Book by 500 Ladies.
Is the title of a new voiume of ISO sages, em
1,000 Practical Becipes and Hints
THE SICK ROOM, Etc.
It contains more information than do thctl.EO
and $2.00 cook books, besides possessing the im
portant advantage over oil others of being
These select, original and practical contribu
tions from so many ladies have never before ap
peared in book form, and this volume is the first
and only compilation.
We hare Exrlasive Coatrol ef the Book in thl
Lecalitr, sad it raa be otaiatd eaiv
taroaga This OIBce.
A Copy of this Useful & Unique Volume i
Prcsestca to Every Idvaaee Paylag
! FINDLAY JSFFKRSOKIAN i
u t, a,0ieet Premium Ever Git-
en to Newspaper Subscribers.
Something of real and practical value. The
ladies will be delighted with it. Make up yonr
subscriptions now. If your neighbors don't take
the paper, tell them of this offer. They
all want the paper and the book. You get the
"Largest t.nd Best" newspaper, and a capital.
practical, useful book of 160 pages, for the price
the paper only.
Now 1 Tour Opportunity.
In Great Variety, Style and Kind at
G. I tap's
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
Located in Connell's Book St Ore,
L. O. O. F. BLOCK.
Sign of the fcBig Watch." Alain Street,
r lndlat, uino.
Call and tret a nice Watch, a Set of Jew-
elry, a Ring, or sometbine else from the
elegant assortment of Holiday Gifts, tor
your tamer, juotuer, li rot ber, Sister,
Friend or Sweetheart.
Watches, Clocks and Jevelry, promptly
Repaired and Warranted.
I3T Anything in tbe Jewelry line not in
stock lurnisnea on snort notice. ll-3o
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Mahlon D. Lawrence, deceased.
Tbe underpinned has been annolnted and
quannta as executrix o. irre estate of Mah
lon D. Lawrence, lata of Hancock eonntv
Daied this 13th day of December, A. D 1378.
tjj 11A LAWRENCE,
83 33 Executrix.
Resiplioi at Lasi!
tWGood Canton Flannel at 64c, worth
PC M'tKin at otc, cheap at He.
t3fAJriiils from 5c to 64c, A splendid
line or nrw UU Calicos at lover prices than
ever before offered in Findlay. Ladies'
Hhavls 65 inches square, very pretty, only
f I UU. LheaD at f l.oo. Double Shawls.
6a by ISO inches, a decided bargain at
$2.00! Also '300 Shawls which will be
sold extremely cheap. A full line of Dress
Uoods. in tbe latest novelties and effects.
at lower prices than can be fouad else
where in Findlay. Handsome and reliable
styles in Fancy Dress Goods ranging from
tic to luc, soia oy other parties at He and
l'ifc. A splendid job in double .-idth
Alpacas from 20c to 25c. Ginghams at 7c.
cneap at a c
A elegant line ot Ladiesr and ChUdrenr
Ready Made Cloaks from tS 00 and nr
wards. Cloaking Cloths tl.OU to tl 50 Der
ya. uuwr' water froors from 50l-.
75c and $1.00. A full line of Cashmeres.
ray-Just think of it ! Good Bed Blank
ets for fl.00! Only $2.00 by the pair!
tar-Flannels at 15c The cheanest
Goods ever brought to Findlay! Stocking
lam ooc, som elsewhere in town tor 65c.
tarA handsome line of MHUnerv Goods.
comprising the newest styles, just received,
raj" Ladies Trimmed Hats for tl.00 a
specialty! A full stock of Boots and Shoes.
Boots for S2.50, cheap at S3.00! Some.
thing new a good Lady's Shoe for $1.00.
Rubber B.U $2. SO: Mens' Boots. SI 75-
Boys Boots. $1.50 CALL and examine
out Rubber Uoods for Ladies and Child
ren. The largest and best selected Stock of
Clothing in Ftndlsy. comprising .Mens',
i ouuu sou vni:u s wear, at hard pan
prices. We invite the attention of cUm
buyers to our Urge stock of Fine Over
Coats, wnicn we are sellinz at c rices thai
defy competition. We also have 365 Over
Loot which must be sold reaardUsm ot
eost. A good line of Children's Suits
sometning Tery nobby at $2 00 and tip-
A nice line of turs to be closed out at
some price. Call and secure a bargain.
tir Ladies' and Gents' rndW. . t
It will repay von tn .t.
-29. C BC8H0. ate CO.
25 Jl' TJalUstar , lae,.
-J. . Agenu
James K. Barnd, et at
IN PURSUANCE OF AS ORDER OF 8 ALE
lssned from tbe Clerk's Cfflc- of thet'onrl
of Common Pleas ot Hancock County. Ohio,
on the 19to day of December A. D. 1878, and
to me directed In tbe case hereinabove
named. 1 will ezDose at Pnb.lc Sale. x tbe
dooroi tbe Court House, lu the town of
Findlay. Oblc, on
Monday, the 20th Day of January A.
at o-e o'clock In the afterno n of said day.
tbe following Real Eruate. sitnated in tbe
"ouoiy ot Hancock and tUate of Ohio, and
bound- d aud described as follows, to-wit:
Inlo number one hundred aid five (10S1
la neo-lginal plat of the incorporated vil
lage of Findlay, Hancock County, Ohio.
TERMS OF SALE Cab on day of Sale.
Appraised at ti.Ouui.
Ta. en as tbe pi open y of James K. Barnd
t. al. 'o aatntfT an execution in lavoi ol
PARLEK U. TRITCH,
Sheriff of Haneek C ..0.
Sheriff s Office, Findlay, O.. Dec 19. 188
Hkjfav Bbovi, Att'y. 33
I will offer for sale, on
Saturday ,the 1 1th Day of January ,1879,
the desperate claims belouel a to the Estate
of Pmiib A rlgbt. Insolvent, over Five
Honored Dollars and consisting of notes and
HCCi-uots. fale In front ol tbe Court House,
Findlay, Ohio IAACRONHAM.
Asbignee. of Smith Wright.
STANLEY IN AFRICA
; v. v.1 :r t-i i ..... i i .
and only authentic and sHtistaetory low prirtd
volume published. BEATS THE WOKLb TO
ELL. lias over SO) Urge octavo pages, to illus-tr-uons.
4 IJ pvriv outfit, $1.00. Best book and bot
vX Ej i.1 1 O terms. Address at once
H. S. GOODSPEED4CO-, New York or Cin'ti, O.
A GREAT OFFER- FOR
fVe willlwrla-tn HOI iaT(iion
LOW srinstarrssk, SPLKSIlk OKU.a.NS,
tSSarlvafreeS. tM 1M atikst
Mmm astel 'wler t . t
M I S-V 7 Octave oil BOSKWMO
PU50S IX . 7 I S '. WMrrnstlr.!
Isr II rr AtiESTS WASTED. Ills
frmteal 'atJea-we nlll M stale nt
half wrier. HOEiCK WATERS A 80S,
Uaalra. Dealers. fc. I4lb.,ft, Ji.Y.
FARMS : HOMES!
Over 1,000,000 Acres fcr Sale ty tie
tmOXA & ST. PETER R.E. CO.
At from f 2 to f 6 per Acre, and on liberal terms.
These lands lletather-reafrTheatbeltof the
Korth-west. and are equally well adapted to the
growth of other grain, veiretahles, etc. The
climate is unsurpassed for healihf rUnesa.
THEY ARB FREB FROM rSCrSfBRAJTCK.
Pnrchaaers of 160 acre will be al
lowed tbe FCLIs amount of their fare
er tbe C 4c If. W. and W. 4c St. P.
Circulars, Haps, etc., containing FCLL TO
FORMATION sent FILES. . 1
Bm 91. Borehard,
Chan. E. Slmoaoaa,
Gen 1 Offices C. N.-W.
K y Co., Cbicaoo, Ills.
JoOOwill be paid
for a ease that Hop
Blltera will notcure
low spirit, rely on
"Read of, procure,
and use Hop Bit
ters and you will be
Htroog healthy and
"Ladies, do you
want to be strong;,
healtny and beanti
mi? Then use Hop
The greatest ap
blood and liver reg
ulator Hop Bittern.
yers, Editors, Bank
ers and Ladies need
Hop Blltera dally "
Bop Bitters ba
restored to sobrie
ty aud nesJth, er
lect wrecks from
For sale brail
builds up. strencth
ensand cures eon
tlnually Torn tbe
flr.4 doe "
"Fair skin, rosy
cheeks and the
sweetest breath In
H p Bitters."
Kidney ard Uri
nary complaints of
ail kindu perma
nently cured b
sick headache and
diszlnesK, Hop Bit
ters cures with a
"Ta Hop Bit
ters threo times a
dav and you will
bave do doctor bills
to pay "
OK FA SCI CABDS with name. 10c
tJ Mold, lauaolen,
A Co, Hudson, N. Y.
Agt's Outfit 10c, Hull
1ADn4lta Of EMINENT JIE!
a v m. ui li uiui aud a
4 column Atery
aster for lee.
Kauonal Weekly, an
lugion, D. C.
AJ A awpr A GOOD AE!fT to
Vf HII I blf can vasa Findlay and
the adjoining towiaa for the nest selling
houeholJ articles In the world. Tip top
pronta, write at once to World Manuiaciur
ing Co.. 2 Clinton Place. N. Y.
REMEDY FOR BALDNESS.
Pnacrtpclne Pree t sar POTO
mhm will ifm lo s9 SI. wIm a
Mw growth of Uolr. Wbtskora or U vmmehm W octaaliv pro.
taoai funrisrsmi et Ca,S CUasaa gases. ww torn.
Awurdod kuikat wrtat Cnrrsaial Eipomkni (rr
r diwu Mhlio Slid exrtUtnet d .
vrtrr M Mrtraar nd pntrmf. Th be loMcce
onr Bode. our Moo Mns tndo-oisrk eloooly
rmitatod OS latenor rood, ore thot Jitmm't la m
oaerorTpluj. tSoldb.olldo.lT.. Bdor.oplo.
O 4.. A. 4ACKODS M t. WII. lOWWWi. "
Juuoii Co. Mr- rooroborf. t
AGENTS, READ THIS
We will pay Aients a Palary of f 160 per
montb and expenses, or allow a large com
mission to ael! our new and wonderful la
ventlons. if mean what w say. AJdress
sH RUM A N at CO. Marshall. Michigan.
..M.M.- At.-. ...Mo.Si. .hi
positively preven. this terrible disease, and
will positively cure nine ea.es io ten. Infor
mation that will save many lives sent tree
by mall. Don't delay a moment Preven
tion is better than cure. Sold everywhere.
J. St. jh S4N a Baaisr, Maine.
CELEBRATED the WORLD Of iK
TV manufacturer vert amnrded the htnheot
ana mij makti given rubber plasters, at both the
ixnienuuM mmi fans tpostMm.
eommon porous plasters liniments, the
sn-cslled electrical appliances. Ac. It is
the nest known remedy for Lss astol
Weak otaek.rheomatni PYznaieW.sk
ntss. Hclatlra. Lumbago, liaraaed Kid
neys, ftplnal Complaints and all IIs lor
which poms planters are used. Ask your
LTUKxto Iur nenaon caneine na'er and
see ti at you get nothing els, fold by all
ururg's's. rne2 cents.
Mai'ed ou receipt of nrlee bv Scsbckt
iRiw V Plo't Rrrm-t lwYnrl.
The Great Diuretic Componnd.
Is a sure quick remedy
for all dloeas ol tbe
and I rlnary Ora-saa.
existing either in stale
Or female. Aa. Irrti
r fj.cwrail) f ike
KlelaetB aaMl kiaol
er. StewollBk r
noeat inl risteTklek
t leMl mv esy
rrlsc, Falafal Iri-
ft srsa asisl lavalaatary iteksuaws.
HortM Irrltsllsa BlaoMer sot
I'rewkra. l oraale i surrfe at MowMor
Ksppieoslea, AtetesitiaMB ar Isesatl
eace of tTrlste. Sl.b sea, Pi.p.y r
aaate ay eak stews. Fesnale C'eeaslaiBita
nd all Cbroaie Maladiea of lb Urinary and
-ex rial Orcans.
Thousands can attest lo Its wonderful cur
ative properties In these diseases
Tot lioneas teeilt. with an lu
roomy attenuanta. aVIssisiess, Lsss al
Meaaary ,Lw fspilrH. so. It 1 a sorer-
Mlwl A JEkTi BrCHIT boors CD tbe
nervaiea system, unparung new me and
vigorous action, tbe wbi sytm becoming
oueugineneu ana ravavratea
Be rare ane! ask for Smolander's Bnehn.
Insist upon karbsg it, sad fate as other.
FSICE $1.00. SIX B0TJLE4, $3.00.
Kdr sal by IValers senerolly. and al
wboleaal by Wm Tacax.TolMio.lTkoso
i obb. ijieweiajia. aud zt. Jonas m Host,
The latest and fin. si
sYooiMse Hteel Pimmv.
Oreat value and inle-est to evety P. A
Eoeyelopedia. Hymbolieai and 'lndnhduat
naafTyot Masonry, Record, IHp oms. Chert
ra aoniinr. jast wkat every P. A A. M.
anta. ar OeTMl (nr t.n.a ef
TAKE AND LIVE.
Chills and Tever, Dumb
Ague. Ague Cake, En
til I r f , -r
WOnUertUl DUt I me
Lacnpi.; CHILIS AND FEYEE.
This disease prevails in nearly
all pans of the United itales In
spring, summer and autumn.
jNeariy an levers an generated
de'etertous or Ion-tan mttiet
itialed or absorbed into the blond.
18omeot the symptoms ar -enaa-ItioDS
ol cblllii.eos, followed
shivering and trembling; shudders
run tumuKh the Ira rue: tbe nail.
ar blue, tb akin la rougb.
lps grow purplish, p ins
isometimes felt in the te pies,
I bead back and limbo, tb puis
small and quick, flushes of heat
! followed by a hot i-O'loee ol
body, ending In a burning beat;
tb tongue Is furrtd, tb mouth
hot and dt v. with much ttilist
disiEciioation lor lood; tb ner-
vtitu system is usually much dis
ordered, and the liver deranged.
Lacupla Is a specific for this dis
ease, it immediately atlmula
v ..nnB all tb functions ot tb body,
from tb system its cause.
anu never lain to perform a per
fect and lasting cur. The great
popularity of tnls medicine, bot
as a preyentatlse and remedy
mlasmatle regions. Is sofflcient
videnc or Its great value
Toludo. Oct. 1st. 1877.
Ma. W. Mabtsall Denr Mr
deslr to state for the beneflt of tb
jjacn viovaon ror me ana my oldest son
was taken with chills and fever
early In May last, and thougo
bad It stopped attain and attain
witb quinine and such otht-r medi
cines as tb doetr gav me.
i would come back on me. At first.
ierv eigbt or ten days, but anally
I it would nott-tay away over four
Idveoaya. In tact, 1 was never en
tirely rid of It. About the first
I luty last I noticed a largetomorln
Imy lett side. Una doctor called
- . 'enlargement of the spleea, another
LaCapU agne cake. My faeaith was very
lioor, nnsbleto work, aud ball tb
lime connnea to oea. i n aoetors
gave me so much medicine that
became reaocea to a mere snaoow.
They said tbedlkeas bad resolved
lUe f into a dombagu-. which,
with tbe tumor, would
Anally cost my life II 1 would not
take ihrir medicine resular'y,
Well. I obrjed tbem until -be mid
die of August, wben they said
Kev. staciilng it waa ail up. 1 naa
Lacnpia 14d mend soggeled a trial of tb
w 'tome, ue immratafeio came anu
Lacupla. 1 eouimencea tasine
at once. I took It lor on week,
hen all the fever and chills left
me, and continued It ever sire for
the enlarged spleen, wnicn en
largement has now entirely dlsap
;pered I am qnitestntng and do
ing my own work again. But for
I the Lacnp a I certain, j would nave
died. May God blras you for
brlnsing this medicine before the
f ...nil My oldest son bad a sever at
Lacupta k . ,hlllB -Dd ... Weeks
ago. He at cue took a bottle
jour Lacupla. and has rot bad
return of lu He Inst only on day
I My neighbor. Mm, Moory. bas the
chilis Hue commenced taking tbe
'Lacupla tbl morelns 1 tot-wot
leil oa 1 took seven bottles, and
am now on tne eighth, which
think will o ail I will need.
Mrs. JOUH 8ATLOR.
, W. Mabtiall. Fr
i My Dest KenelaCior -Tourtbeory
that malaria la a poison, and La
eipla 11 a eraolcator and cleanser
'from ti sfera, ! true to the let
iter. Ever sine last April I have
iud this remedy in chills and
fever ano In every form of maia
, rious dlsrsae. to be exclusion of
' qoinl'-eor any other preparation!
rora reruvian ns'i, ana aro irwe
to say It is tbe sine qua so for that
riieae,as wen Siineri"w
Ae"PI.c-uiied by malaria. A apeoific;
'eure that never talis
r ; j. putter, m. d.,
f October' nh. an.
. i cartBB. Pa:
j bear Hir I have lost bad aa ex
Icelleut opportunity of trying tbe
virtu ol your Lacupla in inter
mlitent fever Puur of our coll-
Mm W.vn.f V W a ot. IT. t. . w-
. ;lren were down at on time with
LACnpiA tbeebllls.aswealllt ber Some
iof tbem hsffl taken quinine before.
out it comm. ones on mem. t eon
'eluderi to try the Urea
raw th- m Lacupla
day. Two days sufficed
tbem. and tn boas of e'
;tlge ol shake It Is now six weeks,
and not tb loast sign ol a return,
iffa children never ooked better.
nor at more neaniy
, ' Yours most truly.
Cam btldg, Ohio.
Price, $1 per Bottle,
Price, 81 per Bottle,
Or. Six Bottles for 5.
Or, Six Bottles for U.
. Sold by all Druaristi.
A Xan Cured or Catarrh of Forty
SO BAD THAT IT IMPAIRED HIS STB
BiUHT, MADE HIM ALJtUrjl 1KA
Droppings la Taroat, Strmnflinr. Bu
tin? la Ueid, and Fetid Ureal.
The CossTrrrTioxai. Uataash Rukdt la
the ant article placed before pntMie toat
prntMwwyl to cure Catarrh by Wiiimr n (Ac
Cbajrtratioa It struck at the root ot tne wuot
ditn-niiy. and lbouaaaa upon tnocManda of
letters bave been received by tbe proprietors,
setting forth the marvelous enres, ant, what
is re roars able, eortna; not only tne Catarrh,
but all other ailments at tb same time.
This is wbat i: always doss. The kWlowlosr
state moo i io on y a aa.-i at wbat we ar
eonstantlv reeelviig. fiom well a uown
people to whom you can write, and not t
biuaonep. Catarrh aud us attendant evils,
eoio ia head, hacking eough. Incipient eoa
outnutioo, beadaeue paina in back and loins,
dizziness. laiguldne, km of appetite and
geuerai weakness, all leave together wbea
tbe Constitutional Catarrh Remedy Is lakes
. Low.ij. Mass, Feb, 1 1878.
M Etnas. Lrrri. r i a lo dt va tl bave been
entirely cured of .atarrh by the use oi toe
Constitutional catarrh Kemedy. I bave had
it lor forty years, and so severely ihat my
eymigbt was impaired by It- I was almost
dead my head waa ilwati stopped a p. 1
cou d not breath freely, often at night I
could not sleep being kept awaae by a drop
ping in my throat, sometimes so badly aa to
almost strangle me. Tbe .llwharge from my
nose was tetld and my breaib waa always
foul; I bad. too, a eoutinual bussing In my
bead, and beadacne almost all tbe time.
Doriua lorty j ears I nave tried aissoMt every
m-diclne for Catarrh in tbe market, bus
without receiving any permanent benefit
until I used Cousi itntlonal Catarrh Remedy.
After using two boil lea 1 was very much re
lieved, and n-e.1 to all six bottles, and am
now OMntrrxLV cured. My eyesight lo
good. I ean bear as well as ever I could. I
nave no dUaiie. able discharge from my
oose. no dropping in mv ih mat ean breath
perfectly free and sleep eery night soundly.
My general bealtb s bet er than it bss heen
for tourteeu years, ana) all owing to tb Cou
s'.ltui ional Catai rh im edy.
(Hlgneo) KD WIS GOOOfiX,
Dover 64 , Lowell, Mass.
Priee II per bottle. A Pamphlet of S
page saving a treatise on Catanh. witb le
nnmerai.le cases of cures, sent rasa by ad.
dns-tng the Proprietor,
UTrLEMELI. cu. Manchester.
Sold by S. Huber, Rndlay, Ohio.
A Cure Guaranteefl! !
No Pay Till Cured!
I take this method to inform the nuhlfo
that I am treating Piles by a new method,
1 without tbe use of knife or caustic, and I
guarantee a cure in everycase, and ask no
pay till the patient is cured.
i invite all who are suffering from that
painful malady to give me a trial, as it
will cost you nothing if you are not cured.
W. WALTMAN, M. D.
In.vid JR. Wright
II A3 REMOVED HIS STOCK OF
BOOTS. SHOES, HITS and CAPS
(belonging to D. J. Cory)
to Haas's Jew Sleek. N'o. 33 5. Main street, oppo
site tbe Goit Block.
If joa want good goods cheap go and see him.
Miss IOKE MORBISOX has also removed her
to HAHN'S NEW BLOCK.opposite the Goit Block.
VI adies are invited to call and inspect onr new
goods. au 36
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