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TI PFINTRIBU -STE.
Tl!Bn,TtnrIT Itc, August 1ST.
THIEVES BY BIRTH.
Persons In Whom the Propensity to
Steal Is Natural and Irresistible.
I wma invited to a jail in Ma-
cbasetU by- young lawyer, wbo Lai
since become United States Senator,
to examine tbe bead of a client of his
whom lifva." tf defend on trie charge
of axe-llrg. No iDforatU.n was
clvea as to bia allezed cri8J. sad we
described the young roan belcg at-
normally acquisitive, or sei-hli . ia re
BDect to DOMMion : that be bad very
stronr veneration, and would manl-
' teat mnctt raiifpoM cevotioc, and
' wcild be sincere In Jr; while with Lis
-se email caotiotwne auJ ot.aien tious
. . ' and Yery'l-'-'' aeuiaitivenesi
K would ba ly itt- trrspaxs npon
x ' Ibe ritlits f oin-r' lu' tl.e . way fcf
. f - At tbia ptwot'tbe lawyi told tlie
T -yosng man be might tell e That be
bad told blaUUie lawyer;. He went
on o relate that be bhd been in the
.rs habit of eteatiac everyiblcK, -whether
he wanted it ot not ; mat tn would go
' to prayer meeting and tat the ojfxr
- tuoity of praying twp ur lUree times
'daring the evening, and sonwtimee
on tue way Tioa bm would be irrrrr
- ed wltU V devotional filing.. md
woold kneel down in tbe corner of tbe
' ' tonce tonvard bare a season of
' graver tbat wa tweet ami heaveely
to him ; and, atraug at it may seem,
f tie aaw a botaaugK)g on s farmer's
fence or wnfftieVee chain, or plH of
a- cart, jieap, or.. a " beetie and
'nwedges, v or an old ;axj halt-worn,
A ' . v waold - Meal ttf r od ! a.'ter-
wa-J it wotiW occur to oloi that, ba
conld not nsu tbe ' artlelf s, nobody
ronId voy them, aud'bi ody way
? . wae to eonoeal tuem ; aDd be remark -,
ed (bat there m a Wlow lo lying
i a email pleoe of wood in which be
-bad socreted tne articles wbicb he bad
v. atolen because be dare cot carry tUtna
boma noroQer tbem tr saJe-, Kut it
remed.to him thai be could not belp
v stealing tbem, the Impulse came en,
V. . od thoagb be was aiowre In Lis re
'r " Hgloo "tfeTotioM, 'adrwedingly
bppy in their pe?oraiAac be seem-
" ed to himself t be Wt to tba tempta
u,'.iVi't(TO f. tbe--derU'iM Bytbiag
wbich Bjlgbt b Buica w left i n bi
'" "Wy.1 f " AV." M T--.T. rr i
.A'maa .wbo wi. n.mfijluter cilltd
fdr3 eiainlpaf.oo; and at, too end
'iJLjg along aa alierp na?ii of his
characteryi tabicb acqaisItiteneHg
ZTjvwUd secretSyoDftM ha Tmji deacrtbed
sltocely CevaiooJ 'and Tery:.o
"tire, and &l8o eonicWiUouvnes .and
cautiousness bad been 'estimated as
large, be seemed unwilling to go, but
wait ad tro and down tbe room for sev-
' era! mtnotee, as IT be baQ some , bar
' dened Question he wanted to s ana
yet was afraid to ask. . Turning to
him. 1 said : ."Do you wish to: ask
any questions " Ves, " t said,
"there is one thing jabont
me which yon " do not Mem
to hare described. If you! will
it tell me ihat.i wilt believe i pbrenol-
egy"' I Instantly KpUd lua have
. -mas age m ftaisifnm -it.n . Ha
opened hlreyw v!th terrttied anton
iabment, and, giving me such a neree
gaze as will never be forgotten te
. marked : "Sir, Jtbat le tfue That is
toy trouble..! lama' clergyman, -sir,
amd hope that I am a true one ; yfct I
1 1 ' have ail my life long been tempted to
steal, and in my parochial viawts often
. . nave an impulse com' over m 10
take it r !id sometimes It requires
, half an hour to find a convenient op
; ... portunity to get the article thus taken
out ef my pocket and back upon : tbe
shelf or "table -where It belongs.. It
may be a abell wblcb every' Sunday :
11 Hcbool child In, the parlsn knows;
' '. it may and old ! bymn-book with a
nam written on it, and half worn
tmt-Hhlngs wblcb I do not need,, aad
coold not use if I did need .tbem,
. . without tbe tbeft' being- detected.'
And be remarked, with tears" tuob
" ling down his face. '15f the lieip .of
God 1 have been able, iitberto t e
frain from carrying away anything
'which I bad thoa under tbe l,ro pulse
" stolen,". . .'i:'. ; ' ;ii'r
Twenty-five years there was a,
" well-to-do farmer's wife la Coflcectl.
,:. . cut who had an impulse to steal ; only
' one kind of an article, and that -was
bluestockings. If she were driving,
in tbe middle ot a bricbt afternoon, a
- mile from bome, where he end -tbe
horse and wagon were .well ' known, ,
." and the caugbt sibtof a pair of blu
. etocklngs hanging o a line ioitbe
yard with other clothing, she would
..: stup her team, get out. of tbe wagon;
. go Into tbe yard In front of the rooms
whore the family . were working iaud
-. jerk those stockings off the tine, leav i
log dozen pairs ef other "colors,- e
taruto her wagon,, whip up the, team
ii and geiijutof tha way.. 11 abe :bad
been -a stranger, ''Whose pecuiiarltyj
' was unknown, she' would have been
;- followed and arrested and punished ;
lnt everybody knew that ebe bad that
,. tjaeer monomania for blue stockings.
I examined a man'a bead and Oe-
serrbed him w being very fond of
1 money, happening, of conrse toitue
i that twos, money, instead of -proper?
' ty,'nd it made quite a aentlon-..fee-.',
cause It was known that . be ''would
steal money, and be did nt hesitate
to talk about it to himself. ( But.-be
would steal nothing else, -no ' matter
'how valuable, though ne knew::be
miEUt be detected. --: -'a I .i
An Interview with a "Wirer."
, .f(,.. i --.,1 hi - - v i.n 'i'-ir
I'.'T'-i'.j' ".i ".. j.. i ; j- s: A Mfi: ,
Skeleton business, sharing the com-,
mon fate of trade. Is dull that is,, tbe
r basiness of stnkinc bargains wttb.au
" ,'perlntendents of Potter's -flelJs and
"'. Coroners of elastic conscience, eecur-
iog dead . bodies, .-dismeoabering and
" tboronghly boiling the same, strip
' ' .plug off tbe 2esU and felling it to soap
iBannfactoriaa, and - fastening' tbe
" bones together to as to '"form ' perfect
- skeletons which h.v'M! .atand. hard
v.- knocks and -eomoaand a handsome
' '-prieeTrom physicians and seminaries
;, ;",of teaming. ;;..., V'.''
-Jodivlduals fdlhiwiDg-thia. occspa
f !. Hon and there is no inconsiderable
,., number ot them In -.KUladelphla-tre
. known to students, tbe medical pro
fession aad 'among ' themselves as
, ". 'stiff-buildera'' or,,T6tifr-witers," the
. : Bret half of this oompouud word t be
1 )" Inetne .technical term fet corpse. if .
" ,., At .-experienced "tiff-wirer,"
wbose skeleton shop was until recent-
fy n the third story or a building on
. Chestnut street, not many miles from
- tbe Timet Building, but whose trade
." had dwindled dovn to the starving
, point, compelling him to embark - in
" tbe retail pea-nnt business, was yes
; terdaynuntea up. an u. loan d., by a
,., Time reporter..
J-i l i tit: )'
"Better than fetifls in times Mke
' these," remarked the latter, pointing
;i a to taa grounanuta.- --. . , ;
' Tire ex-"tlft'-1rIrr,, lookej op With
V..;. an Jnterrogatioa point in his eye.' -,
"Ydu auuear.nt t remember tne.
- Weil, it's m long time Bince we traded.'
,., Jine, nig, neaitny, rougb-honed arti
.. cle, that, wasn't it ? Hat you didn't
do tne equare thing by me. A prime
, 8tifr like that was worth $30, if a red.
DoabUeas, you got a hundred for the
olid part?" ' - i- '
This appeared to convince him that
lie was talking to a former ustomer,
and he became agreeably cammnnl
cative. "No, sir-e-a," he replied. "As
1 I'm oot of tbe trade 'now, and going
; to emigrate, I'll tell you. $70 was all.
. Von were overpaid, $20 was my
maximum price for a1 'stiff. If you
, . ""died yours wouldn't tiring ' fifteen.
You're too light. I netted only ?1D
" :' on yoo." ' - '
, "Enough, I should thlnk. '"'; "' -
i "What 1 . Sit down here till f talk
- to you,- I'll change your mind. It
, '. takes a .Jay to boil one and three
more to eieaa and bleach tho bones,
" which must be made as nice as a new
pin and as sweet as. frash, bread.
i. . That's four dayav. Bat now comes the
-'--bard work. There are" nearly; three
nirourea Donee in tne no man . body.
Tbe natural ligaments nuitiog these
being destroyed in our process, we
must npply thtsir places with some
, .Ihing BuhsUctlal, . in order to con
etruct a. aaleabla artlfiolai skeleton.
Everyone of thtss bones must be
. .bored through lengthwise with a drill
much in the aame manner as - they
bore through iron.. t .
JOINING THE BONES.
"Many days are required to do
this, and bones are then joined togeth
er by running stout wire through
, them. : An article ot perfect - bone - or
. n with bona affected by acme ;e
' collar disease wonld bring a first-class
; prlcer-say $70. A woman's is valued
, more than a man's. A poorer ikele-
ton would eo as low as $-50 pr eren $4i
The. "cleanings" are not worth much
--from $1.25 to $1 50. An average stiff
won't Bet over $45, and when yo
count the nearly two weeks' work
devoted to its finlshing-oiT, in add!-.
iron ti dlvt-rs rnnninsr erpenw, re
membering at tbe Rme time that
a elifl'ii not to be got every two wetk;
for tbe year round and that custom-1
ets are nt.ll more soarce. vou uerceive
that we mnat euy in the bnines for
Mine time before beina atle to re
tire as bloated bondholder." ,
"Am I an M. D. ?" The fellow
looked down at bis abanby garment
aud broken shoes, then at bis mer
chandise, smiled and shook bis head.
"I know nearly a dozen at tbe busi
ness In this city," he said, "and only
two or three of them are M. D's. As
lot me, I served as a private soldier
throughout the late war and after that
was in the business until a couple of
months ago. I bad gat too great an
accumulation of stock, several fine
article remaining on hand wnen I
closed. Why, there was one epH of
six months in which I could not dis
poae of a single one. - -
"Forty-five dollars la balf a year fe
cot princely for an art Lot. -But the
profession live cheap, dicing at five
cent restaurants and sieepiD In their
offices' with their stock. When we
were at cur business we'er no more at
home to callers than when we're
awsy," tbe .door being always kept
locked and placarded with 'No Ad
mittance.' i being of a social turn of
mind, used to improve the midnight
tour in say-shop by holding converse
wiin my silent and only evmpsnlooa,
much after tbe style of .Hamlet' lit
tre talk with Yorriek."' . ,
"Were my atomers ' Ptiiladel
phiana ? Not prinrtpaliy, nor even
fennsyivaniaua. The profesMon bre
deal with tbe far Wet aud Sootb,
and those off therewith Philadelphia.
A skeleton is not shipped in a pnited
foras. That would attract too much
attention, The bones when wired
are put intaa neat little box, one by
one, and the package marked "glass
this side up with care," , or some
thing else equally suitable. Ami go
ing to continue in tbe nasiness ?.. JSo,
I'd rather be a erave-dleirer, it would
pay better, notes ; felivw bad a
remunerative, occupation and only
Upecded on tbis for pocket money
Home time ago a ¬
cians residing In the upper part of
tne city formed themselves into, a
sort trt dab or school for the purpose
of mutual advancement in the art of
coring' and directing dead bodies.
They hired a little room lc a wool-
puiier's factory in Kensington.
Ktn member had iatcb-kejf to
tbe room ' and the club continaed
meeting there for 'a considerable
leL'Eth of time" before the outside
wo. id cot any evidence of what ibelr
occupation was.' They bad acquired
a feeling of perfect security from de
tection, and probably this made them
carelese In biding traces of their work.
Several times workmen upon arriv
ing at tbe factory in tbe morning dis
covered' charred pieces-of - flesh in
takings from tbe furnace. - Though
unable to account for the appearance
of these they gave the. matter: little
notice. ' Bat at leneth one of them
picked something which to his horror
be found to be the finger of a human
beioe. He was to frightened by this
that be kept the discovery a secret,
probably lest b should be charged with
murder. These circumstances might
have been forgotten but for a sight
which met the gaae of-, half a dosen
workmen eotae time' : afterward. It
was tne wateb-dog of the place gnaw
ing at a lieart, and near by lay a hu
man bead. -With ghastly faces they
hastened with the news to their em
ployer.. It need only be added tli at
the dooters met there no taore, but
tbeatory is now made public for the
first time. ! r I - i .. - . t
-. Dee of the bodies operated upon by
the doctors was that of a negro. They
gotU flayed and tbeakin tanned and
atuLTed. -Oa another eight ibeBUbject
of their icientifie research was tbe
body of a beantiful young lady, fresh
ly exbunjed. and -dressed in white
satiu. On her bands were white kid
gloves and on one rt iter fingers two
valuable: rings Tbey disseeted tbe
body that night, and on the following
evening two of tbe physicians who
bad participated In tha work attend
ed a ball, one of tbem, & slightly-built
man, wearing the young lady's gloves
and tbe other -tier rings. -Tnis same
physician eports those same tIdes,
prDmenadinK - Chestnut
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VI. -i I' . V" " ' 1 ' " ' !
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(New York Sun.)
(New York Sun.) The Misery that Whis ky Caused in a
1 In a diuj: v attic tn the fourth story
at No.- 8 Vandewater street lies the
body of Mary . Carpenter, a deserted
wife, whose death was hastened by
starvation. ' It will, be buried to-day,
and a single carriage, containing ber
fonr small children j will follow berte
tbe grave. Word was seat to the Oak
Street Police Station a few days since
that a dying woman would ilka to be'
taken to a bcppital. Captain Petty
found what he says was the most af-
fecting scene be bas ever witnessed la ,
twenty years' experience as an officer.
Tbe panels had been kicked from the '
door, which hung by one binge.1, il'be
narrow -window was without sash or
blinds. ' Over the uncarpeted i floor
were scattered fragments of utensils
and broken furniture." There was not
a whole article in the room. "A heap
of straw in one corner supplied tbe
place of 'a tied.'' A lounge, without
legs or" back, supported the form of a
woman.' Whose 'sunken, eyes; hollow
cheeks, and t rem bring fingers told as
plainly as her words that she bad been
a lonjr tttae without food. 'She" at
tempted id Tain to comfort her i little
ones,' who? were' sobbing around her.
Her husband, a longshoreman, desert
ed her a week agcy ween she was ill.
The small wages that the eldest da tigh
ter, aged thirteen, was able to earn in
a factory, was taken' from' her. every
week and spent in drink. He only
came borne when Intoxicated, and
then1 ttf beat h is" wife and break tbe
furniture.' The" children begged so
hard to have their mother buried out
of the Potter's Field that Captain Pet
ty ordered an undertaker to make a
respectabia''intertnenV apd will bear
the expense himself. ".'' '' ' . ,
Poor Family. The Man Who Does Not Steep.
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Commercial, writing from Parbere
burg, says t "Saunders,, tbe ; man
who created such a sensation in medi
cal circles some years ago, now resides
neartni9 place, irom mmseif and
from officers of the Eleventh and
Fourth West Virginia Volunteers and
others reliable men I bave gleaned
tbe following : Home time in 1801 or
'G2, Saunders enlisted in the Fourth
west Virginia Volunteers, xot sev
eral years he had not slept at all, so he
says. . eue it . becoming , known
directly .in tbe ..eamp that .be
made such pretensions, it aroused
the. : curiosity . of ..many . of - th
men and , officers, .and they set i
watch upon him. . I am Joid by :
Colonel that be and many others lost
many nights' sleep in endeavoring to
entrap Saunders, but during tbe whole
time be remained a member of the
Fourth be was never caueht asleen
He stood guard night after night, and
week after week, paid by sleepy-head
ed soldiers to take- their, turns, but
was never caught napping. He bad
hauled coal several weeks in succes
sion, only stopping along enough 'to
eat and change horses, and plowed in
the fields with live or six stalwart
men until be wore tbem out
completely, but. never seemed' to
tire. During tbe year 1SG2, 1 think it
was, he went to Philadelphia and was
examined by the leading physicians
el the country. Tbey sat up with
him In relays of five, night and day,
and kept up an almost constant
stream of conversation with him, and
at the termination of twenty-nine
days dtscharered him with a certin
cate, but couid give no explanation of
tnis freak of nature. Many stories of
the untiring energy and activity of
this man are told, and all scree who
know him, that this ant I pod of Rip
van winkle is tne most sleepless
man tney ever met. Mr. eaunders is
now about City-six years ot aire, and
says be bas not known what sleep for
eigoteen years. , no nimself cannot
account lor It, as he says the change
in nis pnysical organization occurred
within tbree day?, and that be was
never sick in his life, and took medi
cine but once, and that was, when
he bad a ; catarrh upon bis band,
about tbree years , ago. ; He
is a bale, , hearty man, and
bids fair to live many years yet. He
is conscientiously opposed to making
a display of himself, or no doubt
would long ago bave been before the
public as one of tbe human curiosities
of tbe world, . . . , ;,.
The oc ad-Jest m bu In Bnrllrtton
lives oot on Fifth street. Last 8un:
day night he bad a crab hi his band
and was chasing a cat across tbe back
yard, and be never noticed the pump
handle was sticking straight out in
front of him, until be was - wrapped
around it. Then it was too late to do
any good, and by the time be - bad
gathered strength enongh - to - fail, te
the ground, the cat was only about a
mile and a balf tbrseldeor thtt North
star. H'fwk Eye
Wilis. Hav?, E-q., of Louisville,
-tb-.ti Jlg fortitttj l.irtbday re-
cently by --eompoeing the follow-
Wlxa re look tack to boyhood day
It Oil- oar heart -Willi bitter pain
To think of teue ol long ko-1
To never be a loj again.
At man hood crept cpoa n slow,
Ao4 Tlmecaine, too, viia etoal pare,
We noticed every now and then,
Age put a trrVvaSe on oor Tutx.
- - - .
These lock of dark-brown, early balr
" We looked Into a glaa to-day
And there we n wnat Age bad dou,
Aad wept to see tuem taming gray ;
But then otrr beart filled np,a-ain
With cew-matle plc-aaoxe, liupo and Joy.
We smiled, and laid tbe glanatule.
To know tre felt )tit like a hoy !
We've looked npon life's annoy sidt-.
As down tne lull of life we've Lrod.
Tho only great mi-take we've made
We've never looked enoagb to JoU ;
But tb era are otner sen wbo have.
And wbo -n-bfca the Christian' rlgli
To go to beaven who, U Oiry do.
' Well go there, too, or bave a fight.
Tben we'll go oa as we bare come, .
We'll be ai bappy a we can ;
We'll always fel Just like a boy, -
And alway art just like a man.' ' .
Should we meet Death upon tbe road, ,
We'll try to dotfe some other way;
But If be pats ns in our grave,
Of cy.nrse we'll have no more to wijt. ' .
THE HOUR OF DEATH.
Leaves have their time to fall, ,
Aud (lowers to wither at the north 1 vrlfMlV
..... breath,-; , ..... - )
And stars to set lint all ,.'
Thon ha!t na Reason" for thine own, ok
iMatfel .i t . . i J .
Day Is for mortal care, .
Eve for glad meetings ronnd the Joyous
lilght fox tbe dreams of sleep, tbe Voice
But nil for thee, Ihoa mightiest of. the
earth f ' ' -
Thebaniuet hath its hour .
fts feverish hour of mirth, and tonir, and
wine; ' ' ' :
There eom-salay for r let's o'erwbelm.
. lug power, , ; ,.: :,,f! ........ '
A time lor softer tears but all arc thne
' Tooth and the opening rose '
May look like things too glorious for de-
! ey. . , . :-. :-
And smile at thee hot Ihoa art not of
those ' '
That wait therlpeotd bloom to seze their
"prey. -. i .-.-jl.'fw '""j "
We know when moons shall wane,
When summer birds fioin far shall crosstbe
... : . t i - . i i
When, autumn's ho aliaJlUn?e the gold
engrain ; .... ,.,,,( !
But who shall teach us wht n to look for
theo? " i
. J it when spiing'a first gale - -
Comes forth to whisper where the Violets
lie ? .
Is' It when roses in onr paths grow
1 palet '
Tbey haVs ok season-'-ctt are oars, to die !
Thon art where billows foam, ;
Thoa art wliero nrasia melts upon , the
, air; . -; !
Tlion art aroundjns In onr jieacelnl
"home, " ' " " '
And the world calls tm forth,' and thon art
there.. ! ! : . - : . i : : . "
' Thon art where friends meets friend,
Ii-nfttb the Shadow of tne elm to rest .
Tboa art wbera foe-meeta foe atul 1mm
pets rend - -.- , i ' "'
The skies, and swords beat down the prince
: Leaves have tbelr time to fall.
And flowtrs to witlierlat tho north wind's
breath,. , , . Iol
And stars tb set bn I all, r !
Tnon bast an sensons -lor thine own,: oh
-.ileathDii. i - i') -i i-.-.i-.i
[Letter to the Previdence Journal.]
[Letter to the Previdence Journal.] A Scarcity of Beaus at Saratoga.
Of late years hotel society at Sara
toga seems always tbe - same. : The
pater-famiuases, old , gray-haired;
with long frock coat fresh from the
tailor, gold-beaded cane, and .high.
white iiatt the seemingly - youthful
and adipose wife, tbe inevitable and
often innumerable jaunty daughters,
this year with intensely yellow, black
lined hats, cocked np on one side, so
tightly bound up tbe daughters, not
the hats as to make their . bitching
walk resemble that of fettered ; hens.
and blazing all Over with-' cream-colored
ribbons and roses--tkey are all
nere, aa usual. Tine very last fash
ionable thing for tbe aforesaid , young
lady tn do, when the piazzas of tbe
great bote! are full of guests and 'visi
tors from the smaller honses -lolling
in their cbairsi is to start and, amfcle
along in front, suddenly give j ber
head a toss over her left shoulder, as
if expecting some one, proceed a few
steps further, stop,' loot down in a re
flecting manner,, tbeu turn and go
back as fast as her pull-back will per-i
mic, iooktoe as DtiPV and an abstract
ed as if she bad two minutes to pay a
note at the bank. . Here and there,
but ."awfully scarce,", aa the . young
ladies say, turns up a beau, or. more
correctly speaking, a yonng man who
piays billiards, amokes cigars, drinks
mint juieps and drivea rMt borse.
An exchange relates this incident
of the railroad riots in Ohio :
When the- excitement ' was :at its
height In Newark, Ohio, last week", a
Btalwart citizen felt the necessity bf
bracing himself up. The Mayor had
ordered tbe closing up of all saloons
and drinking places, , and tbe police
naa eniorcea tne regulations rigidly.
cm mere was a Dick floor In Uinger
bread Row, and behind the bar1 tbere
was Jong-range , lightning . whisky.
The stalwart citizen crept in, got bis
drink, and beat a retreat. -Soon he
was overwhelmed with burning sen-
sauons In - his stomach, i Something
seemed to be blazing there, and be
burst into a doctor's office exclaimlne
"For God's sake pump me out quick."
"What is wrong with yon !' inquired
tbe doctor. . "diet the. pump ready
while I am telling yon. I'm burning
up msiae. .hurry. JL took a drink
down on Gingerbread Row. They
nave put a jon np en me. i am pot-
sonea." inefloctor snddetriy- inter
posed. "Why, I smell .something
burning myself ;" and opening the
patient's waistcoat found a bole tbree
inches-In diameter burned In his
shirt-front. - While the stalwart citi
zen was taking bis drink be bad
dropped a cigar-stump between- his
waist-coat and shirt. "Didn't you
smell smoke V asked - the - doctor.
"kon're risht, ! did ; cat I thought
ii was coming out oi my mourn. '
The Reason of It.
don't understand why it
Is that railroad men stick so close to
gether," said Sheriff Pressly, talking
with a group of friends yesterday af
ternoon. He then went on to exnlain
that the cause of their ciannisbneea
was tne bsxardous character of their
cainng. He likened their life to that
ol soldiers. Tbe latter, when in ac
tion, saw comrades shot down all
about tbem, and fctnek closer together
on account oi tne ordeals through
which tbey passed. "It is the same
tbtng wltb raifroads," said Mr. Press
ly. "I am old engineer, and know
all about it. When a railroad man
leaves bome to go to , work in tbe
morning, aud kisses bis wife and lit
tle ones and says by-by, be does not
know bat that it may be for tbe last
time. Je does not know but that in
a few hours he may be brought back
a mangled corpse. It is this risky
nature of 'their calling that makes
them stand together like brothers, bo
tnat wnen you attack one railroader
you have to fight tbe whole class."
something worthy of life and its capa
bilities and opportunities for noble
deeds and achievements. livery
man and every woman has his or ber
assignment m tbe duties and respon
stbintiee of daily life. We are in the
world to make the world better : to
Jirt it up to higher levels of enjoy
ment and progress, to make its hearta
and homes brighter and happier by
devoting 'to onr fellows our best
thoughts, activities, and influences.
It is the motto of every true beart
and the genius of every noble lire,
that "no man liveth to himself"
ires ehif fly for his own celfiah somt.
It is a law of- oar Intellectual and
moral being that we promote oar own
happiness in tbe . exact propor
tion that we ' contribute to
the comfort and enjoyment of oth
ers. JSotbiDg worthy oft tne bome of
uappiness is possible in tbe experience
of those who live only for themselves.
II .l.lifl.n. f V. 1 . . . . . '
I... uuiiiiuiH ui mo mure or tneir
fellows. - . i
I -tit as'
ESTABLISHED IN 1848 !
P. Van Nest's
Manufacturers of Fine Carriages,
Phaetons, Light Road Wagons and ;
, Sleighs. . Special Bargains for every::
hody. Come ; and select a . Fine;!
, Buggy from the Largest and Finest . ;
s : Assortment1 of Carriages in North- ,
era Ohio. , Ail work ; Warranted; ; ; ';
, i -Repairing promptly Attended 0 to.' i
Sigh Of The
' - : 1 WHICH I
Bottom Prices -
O '"rZ t2T5
.-'.:' .! IIIAVB ALAfcaEftTOCK OFFICE ' ' '"'"' v.!'..t
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Staple Cuies, Hams, Choice
V j ' f Warin JUcals ipr Lunch at all Jlpiirs.
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BPAYPH'8 BLOCK, WASHINGTON 8t.,
OPPOSITE CUUKT HOL'Sli . .
MM VI iAW
Corner JEFFERSOH and E; MARKET Sis!
Van Nest's Sons.
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With BELL AT:
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AND ! GROCERIES
NUTSof dltTarTetlesr !
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I SOLD FOB
On and 'after this date "no good3
lor, (Jash. Ail ., - " "
tl BOOfS AfJD SHOES:
1 marxea aown to corrcspona Miia
Manufacturing Department in; charge of Jno. BAUMffARDXER, for many
years ioreman at a. & x. ivcuDicr
before purchasing. ' ; -1 - SI1IELDS &' KRIDLER, JEmpire Block.' :
CASH ONLY ! HI
will be retailed at our store except
tne apove. we nave also added &
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a. uome andsee ua and get prices
:ash dealeh in
I -AND -
No. 4 Shawhan's Block, Tiffin, 0.
City Book Store and Hews Booro
- tuna in
Books, Stationery, Notions
CHXAS AMIKIC1JI riEIOBICAtJ
I will alse eontlnne to attend to my datl
Ifotarj Public aad Collector.
A large an an tit jr ot CIDER YIKEOAR for
ale in any qnanttlf.
nia-lrr - FHILIP EMICB
ASH DEALER CM-
J- J " i
No. 4 Shawhan's Elock, Tiffn, 0
Crockery and Glassware I
John N. Jentgen,
. Earing opened a;
Crockery and Glassware ' Store
' - &
Kntls" Mock.on Sonth Wsshlnfrtoa 8L,
annoiuices Un publio Utat ha will fcvep
liana fur sale everything usually keptla
firsKlasii store ol tliis kind. , -, ., u
KeineuiU-r Us. place.,. . . .
ii & ill
Job .Printing House
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:i 36 Market Street.
-ALL KINDS OF-
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JOB , WORK
.- ! . I. I '. ' I-
Uene on tho Shortest Nottoe, in
: ; tbe Best Style of the Art,
and at Keaaonable Ilatna-
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- ! POWER PRESSES
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' A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK-
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JOB TYJTE . : "!- - : -JOB
:..i. i i.: job TYPE
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And Employ the I Jest Workmen
"' '' it is possible to get.
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" WE HAVE ALL THE
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Latest Style '
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, AND-KEEP A LARGE SIOCK OK-
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
Paper and Envelopes
raper and Envelopes
"' . ' Paper and Envelopes
' paj)er an& Envelopes
. ".. Paper and Envelopes
. . Paper and Envelopes
Call on ns for flood Work
at Loir Prices. '
I "a vi.-
Collecting Agency oj
OFFICE Over Hiillars Drug
Store, TIFFIN, OniO.
nuBsion ; auio, lo exchange.
PBOMPTATTESTIOJ U1VEJI TO
VEW HOL of. WITS euv.lt ncrjjn.a nau
bay window. Unlit la tue most
modem style. Lot 6ftrlx reet. Newly en
c'od with picket front, bitcated on the
wo side of Main street. In tne Tillage nf
Attica. enec cocai, uuiw. jrtux .uu.
ia ACRKS OF LAUT. KOFR MILES
-J norlheaKtof Bairustown. Wood an-
ty. Ton acres cuoppeu. iciaucv exceurai
llDlOer, very VKluauic. cwusiauuj ui yjnm..
Ash, Hickory and Elm. Situated on main
traveled road. Soil No. 1- Price Sl.uuO.
BRICK BT9INTSS ROOM AlTD Dwellln
ronibined. Block of eroceries and
(envisions : Location excellent. The own
er wishing to qaii the easiness will sell at a
"bargain, and on reasonable time.
v lisep anu cnoice ma, nos. H. n. It. i-s
sod li-l. In Tomb's Adjiuon to Tiflln. Frice
low sjiu terms reasonable, P. JULDLE.
HODSE AND LOT OX EAST STREET, In
the village of Republic, Boneca coun
ty, Ohio, Good, substantial fnuna bouse,
painted white ; blinds on doors and win
dow. Barn, wood-house and cistern; pick
et front ; all la the very best of order.
VT EW TWO STORY HOUSE, Biz Rooms
ll Good Cellar.Larne Cistern, Lot,sXI4S
leet, weil fenced and hsnd-tomely situated ,
near the corner of Jackson and Perry streets.
Prieea law, and terms to salt tbe porehitser.
TWO-tstory Frame Home, new. wHa fonr
rooms, good cellar, and cistern. Lot,
GuxlHd leet, bandsomly situated ou Xlavis
street. 'or tale at a bargain. -
rOT TO feet front, H5 feet deep, new two
j story frame hooe, 7 room., aood barn.
Bitnated on north tsandnsky street. Price
low and terms easy.
HALF lot with two-story frame lionse, f
rooms, barn and wood house, on south
Sandusky street, near C H. A C railroad.
VACANT lot hi Tomb's Addition, enxlSO
fea A very pleasant site for suburban
IOT 60X180 FEET, NEW DWELLING
j and basiness room combined. Situated
at Attica station, on the B. A O. K. K-,
Heneca eotrntr, Ohio. A splendid point for
bUKiness, with limited means. Price very
low and terms easy.
TWO story brick house new. Pltoated or.
south side Main street. Tiffin. Five
laree ro-ims : eood cellar. Lot duxlto. ' A
choice selection of bearing fruit trees. Price
rriHB STTLLTVAK PROPERTT. OTf leffer-
X son btreet, has been saiAlivlded.lnto lots
oi conv.meni ana uesiraoie sizctpana is now
offered for sale at very low: figures and on
verv favorable terms. Ttietnremises iaclnde
a block of three lots on Koc-k Creek, suitable
for a stone quarry or manulactnring purpos
es. Three bulldina lots on Jefferson Street,
3ixl9U, 2uo aud 211 feet, respectively, all abut
ting on an alley 17 feet widef OneBullding
L,iiiuiiesviui auey aions; siae. aixo
one lot snxlAI feet, with Gool Brick Kesi.
denceoften rooms, with every neceHsary
convenience. The premises are under good
enllivalioa. aad well supplied with h ruit
Trees. ; . . i
These lots are centrally located, within
Ave mlnntes' walk from the Court Hoase, on
a quiet, retired and well improved street.
This la a rare ODDortunity to mirchase a
aheap home or buikliut lot on favorable
Qfl ACRE FARM, FIVE A5D ONE-HALF
CU mlU-seast of Tiffln. Forty acre, well
improved, with a fin. two-story frame
bonse. with in. rooms. Small barn, you c it
orchard ; forty aere. of timber, consisting of
Oak, Hickory, Ash, Beech and Sugar. Lies
high ami gently roiling ; is wen auapiea lor
all kinds of grain. Fences all in complete
order. Price extremely low. and partita
wishing to purchase a farm or this descrip
tion, will do-well to Investigate soon. - .
1 Cf ACRES of well Improved land, sltu
1UU a ted six miles wtwt of the dty oi
Lawrence, the County Beat ot Ceuitias
ooar.ty, Kansas. Eighty aeres prairie, of
whlcB o acres are. nnuar goou ciuui-ation.
H.iiance 2U acres In a fine growth of timber
This farm is well enclosed with Iwdge;
plenty ol living water. Also bouse asd lot
sltbated In the most beautiful part of the
city of Lawrence. Will sell the whole to
gether, or exonance for property in Meneca
county, O. Price st.OuO. .... i
KIVE ACRES OF LA WD, SITUATED OS
K 11 bourn .street, Republic, Hen -a Co.,
Oulo. Two and one-half acres in Orchard,
and of the best grafted varieties, hmall
fruit of all kinds. House nearly new, with
six rooms aud painted tn the most modern
style. Barn, Wood lionse. Sheds, cistern
and all the necessary oul-bailUinics, Good
fences, fine picket front, . !
This Is a rare opportunity. Price low
and terms to suit purchaser.
TARGE Steam Grist Mill, with three ran
j of buns ; two for wheat and one chop.
Xuree bolts and three bolting ehesta, Large
engine and boiler, building has four floors,
has an excellent run of custom, and elves
universal satisfaction. With thiamin there
is 1W acres of land, comfortable dwelling,
good barn, small living stream of -water,
very convenient for stock. Situated la
county seat.whloh has a peculation of Ave
thousand. Three railroads which make it
a grand shipping point and in the midst of
a line wheat growing coon try! Parties
wishing a mill will do well to Investigate
this property before purchasing elsewhere.
Price low and moderate terms.
pn ACRES ef timber land fi ot mile
OU trum the Baltimore A Ohio railroad.
two miles east from xeslilex, W ood counts
Ohio. -- . " ,
infi Acres, two miles south of Chicago
4UU . J auction. Baron eoanty, Ohio.
Well improved. Terms to suit purchaser, or
will take good business properly in part
Oft ACRES Or HONEY CREEK LAND
OU Situated three miles west of Attica
Seneca County, Ohio. Blxty-llve acres
cleared and under splendid cultivation-
Large Btick House containing nine too run,
Bank-Barn. 42x711 feet, with shed attached,
Wood bens, and Summer kitchen ( also a
running stream ot water tne year rouna.
Welts. CLstern. large Apple and Peach Or
chard, and ef the best grafted varieties of
fruit. Grapes and Demes oi ail kumis in
abundance. Buildings and fences In prime
order. IncxoaoHtible soli, and Is w 11 adapt
ed for all kinds of grain. For sale lor nine
ty days only. Price low and on long time.
Q f ACRES of well Umbered land, gltn
O J atedln Hardin eoanty, Ohio, seven
miles north of Kenton, on the Blanchard
river, four miles west of Patterson. Itisall
river bottom land, inexhaustlhl. soil, and
tiubrr somcieat to par lor uie iana. ,. i
Address, pr Inquire of
nlf70-tf - Real Estate Agent, Tiffin, O,
RepnWic, Ohio, j
J. a BAETOTV
Tbis well known and popular Hotel nas
recently been repaired and redlted aud the
fraveliog Public will find it a quiet, well
regulated House, where good, clean rooms
aud beds and a well supplied table can be
depended nptu. -
The barn is in charge of a earoful Hostler.
Commercial men. Country Customers! and
Transient Travelers are all invited to glv.
as a call
Location Central. Charge Reasonable. '
Fa! k n c r & Lec roh c's
MARKET HOUSB. TIFFIN. 0.
Wa are prepared to furnixu the public
with STEAKS ol ail KIUUH, iiijAmrs, nALi
MEAT, and everything usually rounu m i
11 rat-el aas Market. All our stock are select
ed with care and our butcueriuy is done in
a cleanly manner. . . i-
Call and see ns. '
31nl3- FALKNER 4 LECROSE.
Real Estate For Sale !
V VOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE OR RENT.
II cheap, situated on Jackson street, be
tween Clay ana retry streets.
HOTJ8B and lot, on West Perry street,
one-half square from Washington.
Flue location for boarding house ; 21 moras.
Well and eixtern. Lot tlrxliii. Will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms, or wilL rent
one-nan seven goou ruuiua.
O A arrts of fertile land in Brown Conoly,
OU Kansas, near the County seat. School
house within nail a mue. win sen cueap
fo.-Cash, or give reasonable Uide op uue-
balf porehane price.
TTonse and Lot. New Dwelling, two-
XL stories, seven good sired rooms, good
Well and Cistern . full lot. cood Uew feuces,
a ad buildings. A n ioe le-tartion, near busi
ness. SDleudid neigUbornooo. w ui sen lor
II.JiX), on long time. A bargain.
rt oose and Lot. New Hoae one-story
II high, five good rooms. Hue Weil sua
Cistern, foil I't. J-:verythlns neat and
cos y. for only tvosWSa&s cash, balance in
payments to suit pwceasec
TTmw and lot. in Green Purine O- close
1 to tbe depot, lurrU0;tJuOeaHb; balance
u aou tne purcaaser. -
f TOUHE AND TWO UJT.-J IN THE VI L-
XX lage of West Lo.ll, Seneca Co.. O,
House stoi y and a half, six rooms ; well
and cistern : wood-bouse : good st.-i.le :
everything handy. Will sell at parchater s
nguxes asu it-rms,
C 4 Aerew of Land and FTv. LnU adloln-
O-ir ing Repobiie. Ohio. Good Land, Fine
urcnara, Hoiwe ana .earn, s-u-uu per sere.
tijjummtmh : batano In paymeoUorljuD.Uii
per year. A bargain. . ,
T?LODRISQ MILL-Tliree-Mory Brick:
X two run of burrs ; engine foity-borse
power ; ample yard ; good assess and locat
ed In one of the best wheat-irialng vicini
ties in Seneca County. Only flouring mill
In that vicinity. Juxeelteo t castora leitron-
age, affording constant running, will sell
cheap, on easy terms. Good chance for a
parly if small capital.
Or rr LoiAmertxal Bank, Xiffru, O.
r General Collectors. All Bust
attended tq promptly, . uii-iy.
Rumbaugh & Bacon
H. KB van, I II. B. Bacoi
tormerly JoeJfo.( forme-iyolBostoa
, jf s,ua 77.,'.,
LZ .11 llrVi'S.,-
a a H u, .
And MANTELS of American and Italian
Done to ort'or at prices as low as tbe lowest
Works oa Washia ton street at Wire
Geo. R. Huss !
.. . HPS
To the Koom formerly oeenpletl bgr If.
A. Haikirk A Most, in
GtO. K. HUSS.
The undersigned respectfully Informs
tb. pnblic that be has opened ) a
In F. A. Amende's old room.
Everythlng Is new and the room Is filled
np lu lii-Hi-ciass style, iiie oest ot
Ales, Beer, i
Always kept. Two good
Are always kept In good order for the lov
ers of that amusement. .
ow Call and see bow it is In a first class
establishment.. , , '
CITf BILLIARD SALOON
IIEyHY GR VMMELL, Prop.
This Is the Best Establlshme t In the City
BEST ' ;
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, BEER,
Etc always kept.
i TWO FIRST-CLASS
And a pleasant, quiet room.
Reroivod rtailv dnrlnr their semon Fverv-
tiilug desirable lor an excellent 1.1 5if
may aiwayc ue louna at tne
CITY BILLIARD SALOON.
Cor, Washington and Perry Sts
Entrance on Ferry Street.
M.aazinc", Music and everything Id the
line of Book Hindinsdoneby me in the best
of style, auil ai rea-iouabte ratc-4. Old Boots
n3277 L. W. ZlilMEK.
Wi CASH &RDCERY
D. T- DILDINE & CO,
In the room -atelr occupied by Fresi's
Msr Clelhlaa Mtore. All Uonds are -New
and Fresh, and will be sold Clii-Al oK
IsaraoelM. wourni nas neen enlaced as
salesman. Mr. wotinnz wiil be pleaded to
tr- alt of bis old inenaa,
Kniiiinh and Oerman langrutKes spoken.
I'l.-a-e call and examine the stock.
D. P. DILDINE & CO.
IN THE CITY.
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Hals and - Flowers
la Elaborate Designs.
j LATEST NOTELTI KH.1N
iPannlers & Corsefs,
:Choice Stock Ladles' and
THREE andSIX ECTTON
KIDS, In Opera Shades,
J ust Received..
Fresh TIE. COLLARS,
CUT and RL C11E3.
Mad. M. J. Ji)Arm, Mod
Miss V. JL. LtxrwiU, isles.
G. II. Harney Co,
Loonils' Stone Front
Capital Surplus, $160,000
J. V. i,OOMia.
a C. ZELLEK,
J. 3. 1TR08T, -L
A. B. Hovrr,
RoacaT B SIXTH.
8. B. BHKATR, -,
K. W. HHAWTIAH,
J. U. Oao .
. A. O.SWSATB
J. M. Nto
J. 1. Looms.
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Local Cools aad Sfcari.if? :
QoM and Silyer Coin,
Foreign ana Domestic Exchange, Itc.
Issues CERTI FICATFS Of IEJOBIT,bT.
Ing Interest: Insconnts Paper or every de
scriptlou ud does a UeDeral Banking
SFB1HG AMD SUHLUR
t;oops tit tons
LIOH KALI CLOTHING HOUSE.
Invites sll who want the REST, LATEST
bXVLKaad Bfcr E1TI1NU
CIAITKINH CLOTH !N
CLOTH INU C1A)THINU
CLOTH INO n.m'HINO
At the Lowest Possible Pricei
; -To call on him at . , ; ,
lo. 90 Washing ou St.,
. . . .
BION OF BRONZE LION. . '
ALL TnE LATEST STYLES OK, . '
Foreign ami Domestic Worsted
and ' '
i Fine Casaimere Suits,
Gentlemen's Furnisaing Gooda
Have been received, and HARRT LUTZ,
the Boat Cotter In tb.Htate, wUl Insure a
perleetQ-. call and see.
KTJDER 5 FEEY
QatatKiAec HAMirirrf arts
CIRBIIGES, 17AG0HS I
OPE. III ti.-II S,
And every kind of Road Vehicles on band
or made to order.
We Use the M Materia
And onr Work Is inl to th. litt t In th
Market. , . i;;
SARVEN'S PATENT WHEEL
And all other lato and valuable improva
menu, are nsed tn the manufacture of oor
Vehicle. We purpose always to uutuu fac
Latest Styles of Carriages
And defy competition, both In Cbeapnen
RIPU&I5G PROIFTLT inUDIB TO,
Room and Bhop oa Market street, watt
ufieui cinaauy lurer.
J ane 15. W71.-.H KtmEH St FRET.
The Tiffin Union Churn Co,,
At their works, south-end ot Washington
St. bridge, are prepared to fnruwh builders
IXG, SIDING, &c.,
VHatlsfactlon guaranteed fand prices
Call an! see them, before con
We Afswut.. w.-w
FOB ALL KINDS OK
Life. C. S. & C. R. R.
Life. C. S. & C. R. R. Time Card taking effect July 1, 1877.
MAIN LI SB-GOrNa SOUTH.
, t'.x. Niijht , Mixetl
( I Kx J.,Truii7
MAIN LINE GOINU NORTH.
.il. Night Ml-eci
( lE.lo.j Tr.s.
Clncin and.-Leave 7
tarey f ,ave
t:.W 1 7-jO
Klndlay Branch trains leave Kindlay at
!kt) A. M aud !:: P. M. ; arrive in Carey at
A. M. and 2: M r M. ; Ixuve Carey at
lc W A. M. and Si w P. M. ; arrive in Mud lay
at HUM A. M. and 5;uu P. M.
' fV-rl Lp
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lArrive Irtirt i.k-j, ;
i Leave iiicji Sir
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au ' i su
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Life. C. S. & C. R. R. Time Card taking effect July 1, 1877. Columbus, Springfield & Cin. Line.
coLuaBrjs to cnrcnrxATi.
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8TATIOHS. (IS) (W)
London Ar., tu4 j I i ' f
fpringneld 1:4 ll't " ' '
Lttiyton , , " rJr-1ir
Cinctnnati U;iW iuo
(U) T (17.)
Indiana) lis Lv.
Nes. and IS ran. daily, all othersf daily
except Sunday. '
bleepltik enrsoo Nos.t and hl.anl, Parlor
cars on Ntw. 6 and , ruumiis: tanu;;h be
weeaCineiaaati Mtd Mas.Hstky. l-y coach
es on 5, l-, 16 and s, beiweeu Columbus aud
Mandesky. c--;j-' - .
The above limes will be made as far aa
pntcticalile tint Ho. guaranteed.
U.aancin aioal e i
CUA5. HOWARD, , ..,.,
. . SuperiiiUudenu , ,
' , , Vl W.'b.liKOWN.
-n . ! j,nerl Manager.
Life. C. S. & C. R. R. Time Card taking effect July 1, 1877. Columbus, Springfield & Cin. Line. P., Ft. W, & C. R. R.
N AND AETEB Juuu 21, 1K77, Train.
will leave Stauons as follows:
. TRAINS UOINU WOT.
axAiioNti. ! 1 ax. 1 ax.
itX. IMAII. S
Plttsbnnth lMS V.M! tmi).4.irf l:Nritl N:(lA
Rochester ISM H):l.-f, tr-i (7:4.i
I i mr . i.t .1 t:ir
B,orestJ 9: , ,
Lima 10:40 J
It.M ' I 7:1.
li V r
4-,i i-av.ii. H
7:S .. U:lj V
KUWayue.1 Uiiir.M ll:.' ' .: i
Plymouth. 3:1-1. 2: Hi ami '
Cliisago 1 ,7:uf ' I :0 I 7;.tS 'I
STATIONS. 1 KX. 2 BX.
rt. Wayne... ftrd
Lima..: K:.56 '.. -Forest
10: id "
4:5 ' 6:0. a
Rochester. S:'J2 '
S-.'H , :..
7:10 ' Ifclft
1 1:4X1 r 'l 2:n"v
lliljPM 1, fcM
Trains No. 3and ran Daily. Train No
4 leaves Chicago dail v except stnrd:y.
Train Nml leave. Pltlsiurs dally except
All others Dally, except Snndny.
.i . If. it MTE4,irt
General Passeneer aud Ticket A't
Columbus & Toledo R.
South and West !
TAKING EFFECT MAY 22d, 1877.
Three Passeneer Train "Dairy (Sundays ex
cepted) as follows :
I ' .:- ': 'A
" Mall Trtredb FTeieht
sii'r . f-'Acoia
Colnmbns LvJ'U)ara S'Jlpm a.' Ram
Delaware Ar n 07 am o pi i
Jtxtsm 45 pin 3 J) am
It JO am., 7 psM 4i.lain
. jo pm H'tfipiu a :5 am
i 1 'it ptn H ft pnt -1 IHant
.2Liia U II pin , T l.sam
3 10 pm If 5iTpm 9 M aui
uotmr BoojfDi -i
Toledo Lv...TO Warn 1 5 pm 12 01 am
KoHUiaAl M am, 7 4 post 2 .17 am
Carey. , m1'' 11 rl" H 1-1 pm JlOam
U-Handnsky I M pm pm 1 4 s-.'ara
i 1 4tt pm - II i pn i am
Prospect . 2 11 pm W 04 pirt 14 am
f pa 1(W poiv " urn
Columb-Ax 3 M tui 11 :o piu V JUaiu
Conoeotlonsmleln th Union Depot at
Colum bus for Newark, Zanesvilie, Circle
villa, Chllhcothe, Po-tsrmmtrt, Lancaster
Athens, Marieua and Parkeniiarg ; at Ma
rlon for points on a. a. w. R.tt. r t i;p
perbanduuky lerHuryni,LIUMS't. 'syne
and Chicago ; at Carey C, 8. C. It. R. ; al
Kostorla with B. A O. and L. E. L. H.R's. :
at Toledo with S. A M. S K. A P. M. and
Canada HouUtem H, K ,- lot Jjatr-Jt, Jack
son, Laulni, G"ranrt Rapids, East baglnaw
and ail pouus In Mlohisaa ji '
Pullman Drawing idxira and Bleeptn
Cars on all thmnsli train, frosa Oolmubus
to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore
without clianje: - W. A. M ILIJ4,
-ORLAND SMITH,-' 1, fjwntH-ataA.'t.
Oeo'l. Wupt. . r
M. M. GREENE. Prtartdeh" 1 ' i-.U'.t
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One tli Inats now tAo-tililj asUIAnhed.
Never ln:e man suilereit uud hitiuau axea
cie. alleviated pal", haw there been any
thinf which weatwi far aa a, pain annlil
lator and curative axent as tlie Centaur Lln
liiierj la. Taeae I siiueols ka vet wttM n the
past year, cured more caeaof Uheum<sm,
Seuralia, Mi -.IT Joints, Caked - Breasu.
Swt-llluc. Poisonous, titnt. Burns, Lame
Animals, etc., etc, than ail otiier remedies
M,titlirt. AS IS HiiiBA fit r?enlj,nr Imrl im
1 half horse and half man, the Centaur Lini
ments are twr man and beast. !t not the
same Liniment. The Wtiite-Llnrment is lor
man, and Ike Yellow to. bone, and ani
ronH. Herein this Linluieut diiters from all
other remedies, aiUiouKlt some of the in
itredients are allk In each. They sun tain
the wetl-known Wlteh Hszel, Arntra, car
bollo. its-k OU, ileaUia sad otawf yesreriul
lnitredieuts. f .,
Wm. H. Hlekcox, rterlorot1 Bf.'Jolrn's K
Church, WaatrleJU, Clsy iCWiiyr.iiausas,
"Many ynars fhsve'lwn saffirln from a
Weak i:-k. 4-aaaed frout sprai more
Irian forty years ao. 1 have not found
anythlDKio rveiaetit 1 mmeoced
the uxe of Ceuliiur Liniments. I fc.el It my
Christian ltr to IniOniryon shat ny woo
derfol elfeeuJL aui entirely rTti ul pain.
Measn. J. Mot: lure A Co Drni;ts; Ciu
clunaii, 0x: , ,-
"Teamstcm prononnce the Yellow Centanr
Liniment soperie to any thine; hy-bave
ever used. We U several ilozen bottles per
month, and the sale U stsadif . tasaraslng."
These ore-only samplta of thousands npon
Urbusaadaofalaiilar k-stiraoautla ssachina
us every moruli. . All tee kilmM fcjnbro.
cations. Halves- andOlntmenatm tfxDtteaoa
are not-dvinc sme-tenth tee toad -wbU-h Is
done by Uiese admirai Ueatanv - Lini
ments, rursrost-bitea, HUno, Uou, I ten.
Hnit kihmum. et there M notiHnw ce tha
Ceulaur Ijairaent, WhUe Wrapoer. for
Hpavin. stiatt-oone, Hweeaey. Wind Galls.
PuU-evil.Bcratcnes. etcon norma, tarn
low Centaur Luiioieut is e-iuay as oJ.
They are certain ia trrcrr effects; tney ar-
bleasant to nxA luey are naau. j-
arecnean. No faiuiiv Miouut D wn"
Cenuar Llatinenu. They, aro ssnrst oue
hundred times tlieirct. . . ..
.. IS. KOWK CO , lieyw-t -v I era.
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Mothers may have rest and their bahlea
may have lu-aiLh, If they will use v.
Plteher'a t'astorla u,f Wind Colic,
Worms, 'evrmlini'ni svmr Montn. Croup,
or rilotiiacA Com p lata., it ia eoUreiy a
vegetable preparation, aud contaias neither
mineral, morphine, nor alcohol. It la as
pleasant to take aa hoaey, n ' a nor
srkpt, awl mrT.iij 1 m ex
itce. Dr. E. DlraocIi,"orPunao'tO!o, say :
"I am using Ca-troRtA In iny practice wilt
th -in,-n4 lefltssnd happy results.
and and It. perfMt suasutate lor Castor
Oil. .... .,-r j'i-"-- :
This ia what every opesay.. Many nurses
In New York use lis CAsroKlA. It la pre
pareil by M-Mra. J. Ro - Co., snecer
to Samuel Pilcaer, M. uU-LH-iuux.
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