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LOCKE Ac KUOTIIKIK,
Tian- fbirtday Ctc. Jane , 1S7S.
STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
HW KKIAkr K KTATK,
If EM UUR HOARD ITBI.IC WOKKi
ooncIIlaUxl Into early trarea.
The SfiU auiiua.' iuJiao
iirogress. The IuJian
OoocreMa adjourned TboreJay morn
ing Iaet at T o'clock, aftw an J1
u!5ht nossion. conyulalon of na
ive took place.
Tbe first lot of new wheat received
alCioeibDst:, was failed i Alectucky,
aud itold at auction lu that city last
week for $1.00 per Luahel. The quail
ty fit prime.
The Potter inventliratlon, started to
Investigate President Hayes, ban
amounted to nothing-- Hold on it
Las been successful In one way. It has
drained tbe United State Treasury
or about fcW.OOO. That la something:
At a special bBsInesa oieatlng iu
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, on laat
Friday night, Mn. Elizabeth It. Til
ton waa excommunicated bar same
was dropped from tbe church register.
It in poealble that this end tbe
Friday last was a lucky day for
Bnerifla. Beren man ware bung in
Tsrtotu parts of the country on that
day for murder. If this Lualueae
should continue at that rata dally it
will be neceseary to urge foreign emi
gration to keep op a supply for tbe
Mrs. Jenck, whose testimony was
to ruin Secretary Bsermaa, baa Lean
examined and completely exonerates
that gentleman. She and Butler bad
one or two rounds of wordy warfare,
and tba Jencks oame out ahead. She
proved herself a "high" Jancka, in
deed. A abowaf of "sulphur" fell la Baa-
ton last week which greatly disturbed
tba mind of tba oultured Bostoniang.
It proved to be no mora than tbe pot
leu of plna trees from tba aorround
ing country. A big eoare resulting
Anderaonjn refusing to testify be
fore tba fienate oammlttea only add
ed to h fa laurels. H be demon
atrated that ba waa tba graataet liar
In America and now ba ahova that
be baa the delicacy and good taste not
to repeat and rebaah bis lies. He
badn't time to get up a new batch.
The Peace Congress, now in session
in Berlin, Prussia, is making steady
progress in tbe settlement of the dif
ferences between Russia and Turkey,
and also between tbe former and
England. No drunkenness baa been
reported to disgrace tba countries rep
resented. There are prospects of a
apeedy close of tbe Congress.
L F. Mack, of tbe EtgMer, Presi
dent of tbe Ohio Editorial Association,
baa perfeoted arrangements for aa ex
cursion over the Pennsylvania rail
road to Philadelphia and Hew York
and also to Cape May, to leave Cleve
land July lltu. The arrangements
are very complete aa Mr. Mack never
does things by halves, and ba baa
eaergy and tact beyond measure.
Two weeks ago wa gave tba Demo
cratic ticket wltfc tba rsaidscse of
the men composing it, five out of
seven of whom live la Tiffin. Lact
week the Advertiser, at great
length, attempts to prove that Tiffin
has no right to candidates and locates
most of them In tke country,
We are sorry that, in attempt
ing a little joke, we stirred
up its bile and would recommend
calomel for relief. Wa don't go back
on Tiffin at ail, but think it a pretty
good plaoe to bail from.
Times are bard in Canada for hard
drinkers. During tba recent riot In
Quebec tba starving laborers broke
into a flour store aad stole 400 barrels
of flour. Instead of wheeling the
food to their starving wives and chll
dren, they sold it to starving grocers at
1 1 a barrel, and Invested tbe money
in good substantial whisky. Verily,
the times are hard .when it requires
such an expedient to procure tbe nec
essary sllmulaut to sustain life. Hard
A Washington correspondent writes
as follows to the Cleveland Herald.
It is worthy of serious thought,:
"A fact which goeo far toward In
terpreting the real purpose actuating
those who engineered tbe Potter reso
laliou baa just come out hers. It
seems, according to excellent Demo
cratic authority, that some months
before the Potter resolution passed,
Mauton Marble and General Bartow
approached leadiog Demooratlo mem
bers of the House, and men promt
nent in that party, and urged them to
inaugurate aetive measnrea for oust
ing Hayes as soon aa the Democrats
secured control of tbe two bonses.
One point they made was that It
would be a good pleoe or party play,
since if Tllden was given two yean of
the remaining Presidential term, bis
ambition would be satisfied, and be
could I easily put out of tbe way for
1S80. Tbe consultation of these gen
tlemen, who were known to be work
ing in the Interest orTtldeu, ail lndl.
cated that the main purpose or the
present movement In tbe mind of
those who Inaugurate It was to oust
Hayes. Now that public opinlou hag
driven tbe Democrats to declare that
the title Usanaot be attacked, those
who formerly talked of putting Hayes
out through tbe courts, or by a Joint
resolution recognising Tllden, are
almost all talking of impeachment
or some reason LK Idea that tba
Democracy la the investigation
meant to oust Mr. Hays will not
down. A cumber of vicloua papers
continue to assart that tbe inveetiga
tion mean all that has been charged
against It. Tba Wasblngtan M, a
rock-ribbed Demooratlo sheet, recent
ly said that "Sbe exclusion of Mr.
CoakHng from tba Electoral Cam-
mission will fena the subject of In
quiry by tbe committee sow la ses
sion, aad may develop into one of tbe
most Interesting feature of tba whole
affair. There are point and circum
stances oonnected with that fact
which, wben properly developed by
testimony, may do yeoman service
In establishing tbe guilty cognizance
and complicity of Mr. Hayes in the
conspiracy by which he waa counted
It then significantly speaks of "tbe
settled certainty that Mr. Hayes will
be impeached for criminally carrying
out, afUr his inauguration, tbe ar
rangements of a conspiracy to which
be waa a party beforehand."
There may be but little in this kind
or talk indeed there can be, for
Hayes baa dona aatblng for which be
can be Impeached but it show that
the venom Is in the Democracy, and
that they have only agreed not to
question President Hayes' title In
view of tbe fact that they want to!
capture tba House of He preventatives
ihle falL Should they do that, they
would have everything their own
way and would atop at nothing abort
of putting.TUden In tbe White House,
even if a war was the result.
MATTERS IN GENERAL.
-Howdolll tin: l,-jy runili-lute
iifil.iove eacn siiiulLi;; hour,
Ar.il ustiic-kW.-Ut Kiud ot
To .-i.iri.lil into m r.
Th ealariMf of tiie Huirlnteuilmt
ami Ukiiifcrs of liie IillffonSliie
mcIioo! have twii reduced.
Una. ti. r. -oyr i uhuuihot vi
deliver the lib of July oration at tiie
SoldieTs' Home, at Daytou.
Nearly every woman who has at
tains! intellectual emineucv was a
tomooy iu her childhood and did not
wear coral. Charlotte Cushmau
wa tuat ton or a itiun girt.
There Is ald to be living in liaril-
sou county, Tela, a mau fifty yearn
of age who never ejHike a word to
anybody In his life, ereept t his
mother and ulster.
George Paul, of Akron, the IlepuLli-
i can nominee for Member of the Board
of Public Work"), is a German, and
was in tbe naval service of the I'nited
States during the war.
A married man In Newourit baa in
vented an India rubber rolling rln
that will roll out the dough very
evenly, aud yet bend to the bead
when it strikos. Sew York Herald.
Tbe beat in trie lower levels of the
Nevada silver mines Is intense. At a
depth of 1,000 feet, wben the tempera
ture was 135 degrees, three men died
recently from exhaustion.
Moody's advice la always good,
particularly so tbe following, which
be gave to a New Haven congrega
tion: "Be honest, pay your debts,
keep your tamper, and avoid strong
Bismarck never will part with a
manuscript without carefully revis-
lag It. Ones, being rallied on bis
caution, ba remarked that it was no
credit to be right where It would be
Inexcusable to bo wrong.
A stylish American lady baa mar
ried Worth, tbe man mantua maker
of Paris. Beauty known as Worth Is
good, and tba girl muat be happy
who can bave all the dresses she
want and be meanured by ber own
Leaning on bis arm with ber bead
almost touching his shoulder, she
sail: "Mr. B., I know what makes
yoiTcatcb cold so easily." "What Is
it ?" "Because bo much of your body
Is on the ground I" Amherst &lU'
big Yankee from Malna on pay
lag his bill In a London restaurant,
waa told that tho sum put down
didn't include the waiter. "Wal," be
roared, "I didn't eat any waiter, did
1 7" He looked a though be could
tbougb, and there was no further dis
cussion. Minister Taylor, having been In
structed by the Secretary of Rtato to
express tbe congratulations of the
Amerioaa President and people on
the Emperor's escape from aasassina.
tion, has received a reply conveying
tbe "nl nearest thanks" or the Crown
A barge with 2,000 bee hives aboard
Is afloat In tbe Mississippi, and Is to
be moved up and down the river dur
ing the season, ao aa to be all the
time In tba midst of tbe flowers. The
bees will thus be kept continually
within reach of tke best material for
In answer to an advertisement In a
Chicago papei for a number of steady
girls to help on pantaloons, a daugh
ter of Mr. Partington writes "that a
fellow who onnot help on his own
pantaloons ought to be ashamed to
advertise for girls to do It for him."
Tbe young ladles at Vaaaar College,
like the recent victims or the Work
Ibgwomen's Hotel in New York, are
not allowed to bave birds, cats, sew
ing machines, orgies or any other pets
in their dormitory rooms. They are
compelled to lavish tholr affection up
on the white butterflies In the mead
ows, and sweet littlo turtles in the
There are over twenty daily papers
now published In Borne representing
every shade or opinion, .and bave per-
feet freedom. Seventy years ago
there waa but one paper, published
three limes a week, which contained
nothing but official bulletins and
oburch notice. At au early hour in
tbe morning the Human citizen can
ba seen everywhere sitting at his door
reading bis newspaper.
Bryant was the richest poet Ameri
ca has ever produced. His produc
tions bave had a steady sale for hair a
oentury, and no library Is perfect
without Bryant. The Evening Post
has been a remuaerative journal, and
thus between tbe combined profits or
poetry and Journalism Bryaut ac
quired a property whose value Is esti
mated at baU a million.
Wm. C. Qaincy, General Manager
of the Ohio division of the B. A O.
railroad, with headquarters at New
ark, has sent In bis resignation to
President Garrett, to take eflect June
30th. Mr. Qulncy ba been identified
ith the B. A O. for many years.
His successor has not been named,
but will probably be C. II. Hudson,
Superintendent or the Chicago exten
sion or the B. & O. road.
William Cullen Bryant never en
tertained a very high opinion of
Henry Ward Beecher. Even wben
tbe latUr wa at tbe zenith of bis
fame and Influence the poet regarded
him aa a man without positive re
ligious conviction, overfond or ap
plause, and at heart thoroughly self
ish. He once remarked to a friend.
visiting at Boslyn la the summer of
1SGS, "Mr. Beecher would make a
good actor ; he Is out of place iu the
The workingmen of this country
who are complaining of their hard
ships should contemplate tbe condi
tion of their fellows on the other side
tbe Atlantic. General Badeau re
port to the State Department that In
England the wages or the working
men have advanced ten per cent. In
the last ten years, but in that period
tho oast of living has increased
twenty-five per oaot. There Is a sub
ject for the most serious study for
American workingmen in that state
A Lebanon, Pa., young man named
Ooldren has lately received an offor
whloh makes blm the envy of bis fel
lows In that town. A wealthy Illi
nois farmer has been visiting with
Coldren's parents, and offered him a
farm or 200 acres or the best land In
Illinois and $4,000 In cash If he would
return with him to tbe west and mar
ry his only daughter. Whether the
offer baa been or Is to be accepted is
yet unknown, but certainly noth
ing could be fairer.
A letter to tbe Cleveland Herald
says of Jay Cooke's Gibraltar, on Lake
Brie : "Two or three times the place
oeeu onered ror sale, but no one
baa ever bought It, and It stands to
day, la the hands, it Is said, of Jay
Cooke's creditors. The only occupant
now Is a man about fifty-five years
a hermit, who scarcely ever
leaves It, and his only friend on earth,
dog. This man Is no other than
Owen Brown, the only surviving sou
Oid John Brown.' Tbe place has
been left In his tare, and faithfully
does be guard bis trust.
"Anything new or fresh this morn
?" a reporter asked in a railroad
office, "Yes," replied the lone occu
pant oi the apartment. "What is
?" queried the reporter, whipping
his note book. Bald the railroad
man, edging toward the door, "That
paint you are leaning against" Bucb
tbe loads a newspaper man must
bear. Keokuk Constitutional.
For the Tribune.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS-GRADUATING EXERCISES.
Tho Ojinineii.-einent f-xentisen 'if
the Tiffin Hinn Kcliool Ucre lielJ at
' mtioiiaI Hail, h ri'iy fvemnii, Juue
-I. Before eiubt o'cl-K the ball was
' il Hilt.! by our fitizt-ni lU-ir'itin of
expret-Ping by tli-ir prcwisce the In
terest fel iii tbe welfare of tbe 1'ubiio
ry. b.'x-U. Tbe exerci.-H njeuel with
a beautiful fhnriH, from Haydn,
which wai well ren'leied
merniera oi me mn rollout, a.-si.-.ieu
r .tm of tl.,. ,n.i. l iwici.t of
tbe :ty. After which MI. I.snra
Freyoitm irame forward and in bebilf
of the da., addretJ a few appro-
prlHle words of welcome to tbe audi-
ence. Her eeay, A IiOfit Art oxJ
Housekeeping." though rather a n.v-
el hubjef t for tbe occasion, wta weo"
written, aud deliveied in a tone of
voice audible in every I'Ml of the
ball. Mbe succeeded in cainio? tbe
atteiiti'ju ft Hie audience at the mart
which, owing to the excellence of tbe
tniuinir i. reduction-, wa cjiiiinuea
during the entire evening. She be
gaii with the manner of living iu tbe
fifteenth century, noting the changes
from that time to this ; describing the
ways of the Dutch and Chinese houne-
hoid at the present day ; compared
the colonial and modern styles of
housekeeping ; and ended by btating
that, iu ber opinion, there had been a
vast improvement wade upon the
good olden time, aud that "good
housekeeping" could scarcely be con
sldered a "Lost Art," although, from
the superficial domestic training of
the glrU of tbe present day, it was in
danger of becoming such
Bho was followed by Miss Minnie
Jones, who read an essay entitled,
Female Heroism." She asserted
that many of the most heroic acts on
record had been performed by wo
men, and brought forth illustrations
from both ancient and modern sources
to support ber theory. Tho pa
per was carefully written and well
read, except that there was a lack of
animation on the patt of the reader,
though ber manner on the stage was
easy and graceful.
To Thine Own 8olf Be True," by
Mis Maltie Gibson, was generally
considered one of the btst productions
or the evening. She urged upon ber
bearers tbe necessity or always ad'
herlng to one's own highest prlncl
pies, showing how in that way, "Thou
canst not then be raise to any man.
Tbe paper evinced thought and care
ful study, but the effect was a little
marred by Miss Gibson not speaking
quite loud enough. Her tone or voice
was sweet and clear, but too low to at
once gain the attention or the audi
"We Seek Higher Culture," being
the motto or the "Class or '78," was
taken as a snbjoct or an essay by Mips
Mary Hartman. She considered cut
turoas three-fold ; namely, of body,
of mind and heart, and insisted that
In order to be truly cultured, all three
must be symmetrically developed
Tbe essay was smoothly written, and
delivered in a clear, distinct voice
The next in order, "Motive or Life,"
by Miss Emma Merkelbach, may
justly be considered the best essay of
the evening. She enumerated the
best principles for one's guidance in
life ; set forth tbe necessity or fixing
upon lofty aims and steadily trying to
attain them ; warned against delay
aud idleness ; pointing to those who
had made brilliant beginnings, but
failed through lack of persistence ;
and earnestly urged the necessity of
present action. Her manner waa
marked by a quiet self-possession, and
her enunciation was distinct, every
word being audible throughout the
Miss Laura Strieker then came be
fore tbe audience and delivered an
oration, "Nature, a Teacher," which
being somewhat out of the ordinary
way. was anxiously awaited by those
present. The production was certain
ly beautiful, showing, as it did, the
different teachings, manifest in flow
ers, waters, sun, stars, clouds, aud In
deed all animate and Inanimate na
turo. The writer had her oration r
fectly committed to memory, and
though or considerable length, waB
able to deliver it without beingprompt
ed. She spoke in a very loud and dis
tinct voice, and her delivery, though
marked by one or two trich of man
ner such as speaking too rapidly and
moving too abruptly was very I in
pressive. The general impression was
that ber production excelled all tbe
preceding onwi. After tbe conclusion
or her oration, she delivered the cus
tomary valedictory, which was rol-
lowed by the presentation of diplo
mas by Dr. E. B. Hubbard, President
of tho Board or Education.
The closing exercise was a chorus,
"Good Night to the Day," by the
members or the High School and olh
ers. Throughout the evening the pro
grammo was interspersed by musk;
chiefly furnished by pupils of the
High School and Prof. Luse. The
songs aud choruses formed a very en
joyable part of the entertainment,
and the manner in which they were
rendered did groat credit to both
pupils and teacher.
All were good, but tho openii.g
chorus and tho duet by Messrs. Luse
Ullrich, were especially beautiful.
Altogether the Commencement will
compare very favorably with the pre
ceding ones. Great credit I due the
teachers of the High School, who
have so faithfully labored to render
tbeao pupils worthy to leave the
school as graduates, aud uKn whom
the success of the Commencement, in
great measure, undoubtedly de
pends. The well- arranged pro
gramme, and the manner in which
all the productions were delivered
attest the thoroughness of their work
L1KEHIDE AS 1 Bt'MXKB BKSOiiT.
Many of your readers, who each
year take a much needed rest from
the worry of business and seek either
tbe sea shore or the mountains, are
not aware of the inducements offered
nearer home, and which are within
the reach of alb Lakeside, which is
located on the north side of tbe pen
insula jutting out into Lake Erie,
ten miles from Kandusky, offers
place ror rest and recuperation not
excelled by auy watering place or
summer resort iu the country. Na
ture baa done much towards beauti
fying aud adorning this summer
Eden of the Lake, and wbat nature
lacked art has supp lied. There is
elegant three-story hotel which
accommodates two hundred guests
with comfort at a moderate stipend
fifty cottages Uiat are leased for the
season for $30; seventy-five two.
story board tents at $G ; two lodging
halls, where good bed can be bad for
cento, a boarding hall conducted
the European plan, a provision
store and bakery, telegraph and post
ollice. Even the luxuries of your
homes need not be dispensed with
while enjoying tbe novelties of
the patrons of this new place for
public favor are not tire votaries of
fashion, neither do they come from
lower walks of life, but are staunch
christian men and women, who have
fitted up this beautiful peninsula for
worship of God, for advancing
Christ's kingdom, and for benefiting
both intellectually and spiritually all
attend. The season openes July
with a Woman's Temperance
camp-mectlng, held under the aus
pices of tho Woman's National
Christian Temperance Union. The
dicu?.nion of thbi Hubject, Temper-,
anci-, continues until the 11th, and;
many of tiie tu4t distinguished j
upeakers and workers in the country
will lo in attendance. lV.sido the of
ficers of tbe Association there
will be Mrs. Yuuinu, of Canada, Mrs.
fatbrop, of Michigan, Mrs. liobin'fon,
of In-JUua, Mrs, Wiliiard, and Mrs.
Wallins, of Illinois, Mra. Dr. (Jnife
and Amanda Hmkh, of Pennsylvania,
Mr. Hart, ;l Brooklyn, and other.
The Fourth of July will l;c made e3-
petiaiiy interesting by tbe i-rwence
i of distinguished speakers. Children
and refonned men's weel!i!jrn
j "-Id daily, and in view f the large
j surronndiiif; Gorman population
j special services will be held in that
j moguRe. The Kunday school en-
; ... v i .i. la . - . , r'tiau-
tauijua's larfe,t daughters, begins
juiy ana iioiw 10 ine oisi.
Prominent workers like Vincent,
Talmage, Cushi.ig, WorJen, Trim
be. I and others will make aJdresses
on all vital topics-, whilef rank Beard,
the inimitable Sunday School black
board artist, will produce his "chalk
talks'' which have done so much to
wards illuminating the services of Sun
day School lessons in the past years.
Surely there is something in all of
these good things you want to
enjoy, and the way to accomplish
it is to attend, if not ail cf the meet
ings, some of them. Steamers con
nect with all trains at Sandusky di
rect to the grounds, aud when there
every comfort can be obtained at
"Poor Tom's a cold." At least Hon.
Tom. Ewing is laid out as cold as a
wedge. He went to Washington
with his war paint on, and gave the
United States aud the "Cannibal
Islands" to understand that b was
going to bave the resumption act re
pealed, tho bills of the National
Banks retired and unlimited green
backs issued by the Government. "He
returns to his home with not one of
these things done. Even when he
bad an opportunity to bave tbe re
sumption act materially modified, he
set up his hair and declared that the
act must be repealed, or nothing
should be done with it. The Wash
ington Post, a Democratic paper,
says, speaking or Ewing :
"But for this implacable opposition
to everything but the wildest kind
ot financial theories the advocates of
a sensible greenback policy would
by this time bave been In posses
ion of all tbe legislation they have
claimed as desirable for tbe country,
but it is nnfortunate for the country
wben one of these wild theorists, by a
peculiar combination or circum
stances has the power to place his
bobble on the track and bar tbe way
or wise and necessary legislation.
Tbe editorial says further that many
of Ewing's friends regard bis career
In Congress as a total failure.
Two murderers were hnng In Chi
cago on last Friday. The Times says,
"Let not the Sheriff take down his
gallows. Properly attended to it
should yield a harvest this season."
Taking the aggregate over the whole
country the ''harvest" has been
abundant, considering the dull times
in all sorts of business.
The Chicago Tnirs of Saturday had
reports or eight hangings. In most of
them accounts of the murders were
given, a resume or tbe trials and ev
ery point that could be scraped togeth
er of a sensational character. About
fourteen columns were devoted to tbe
stun and it was a dish bloody enough
to satisfy any one who craves for
matter or that kind.
No good eflect can grow out or that
kind or publication.
It was reported Saturday that
the Indians on the reservations
in Wisconsin were on tho war
path. It turns out that a num
ber from two tribes got together,
and to bave a good time, purchased
alcohol, diluted it, and got fearfully
drunk. They went after more of this
douLle distilled fire water, and when
it was refused them, they made
bloody threats and scarod the vender
out of his wita. He (darted tho report
of their rising and scared the whole
Representative Charles Foster, of
Ohio, intends to run for Congress in
his reconstructed district, notwith
standing that there is a Democratic
majority or 3,4S voles against him.
An Enquirer special dispatch from
Topeka, Kansas, or Saturday last says
or a terrible storm aud heavy rains in
that (State :
There has beau a torrible rain-storm
during the past week in the Bouth-wes
tern part of the Ktate. and much
damage has resulted, and some loss of
life in Cowley and fsumuer counties.
The whole country was inundated.
the streams overllowing and filled
with Moating grain, in sheafs, shock
aud stack. The Walnut Kiver rose
twenty feet, and at Winfiold the rain
fall during the four hours of Wednes
day afternoon was estimated at twen
ty-live inches, iiridges and feuces
were swept away iu all directions.
many cattle, bogs and fowls were
drowned, and considerable damage
was done by lightning.
A farmer named True, livinc nn
Beaver Creek, near Oxford, awoke
Wednesday morniue to find his house
surrounded by water, and carrying
his wifo to a place of eafetv. hastil v re
turned for the children : but before
be could reach the bouse it went down
and the children were drowned. Mr.
Bell, a sheepraiser on Bridge Creek,
was also drowned while attempting to
cross the stream.
A New York dispatch of the 19th
lust, says of the sailing; of the vessel
which is in search or relics or the la
mented Hir John Franklin :
The schooner Eothcn sailed to-dav
the Arctic regions, to search for
the relics of Bir John Franklin. A
distinguished party accompanied the
schooner aa far as Sandy Hook.
coi. under, just before tbe sailing of
the Eothcn, stated that the voyagers
would probably be absent for two
years or more. The searching party
expect to make the voyage north
ward in about two months, reaching
Repulse Bay during the latter part of
August. It is intended to stop at that
place until spring.
There being no snow on tbe ground
during tho winter, in the early part of
spring the party will cross the
country on a sledge to King Wil
liam's Land. The journey will oc
cupy probably four or five weeks. Af
landing the searching party at lie
pulse Bay, the others will depart on a
whaling voyage. The entire party
So TITOROfftJHLY DOE3 HUNT'S
Remedy brace up and strengthen tbe
constitution that Kidney, Bladder
Urinary Diseases are promptly
cured. Hunt's Remedy cures Grav
el, Htone or Calcaius in the Bladder,
Brick Dust Deposits, Incontinence of
Urine, and Diabetes. Hhnt's Reme
dy cures all Diseases of the Kidneys,
Bladder, and Urinary Organs.
Worth says there are very few wo
who know bow to sit down In
ot his dresses, and the re mar K is
even more true of short dresses. Half
hour spent in a city borse-c&r is
enough to make one sigh for the day
wben dancing masters taught their
pupilso hw to enter a room and take a
chair. Lady Number One sits down
sidewise, and looks very pretty nntil
conductor says "Move up,
ma'am," and then her face is dark
by frowns and her skirts are
drawn about her in shapeless ugli
.Number two crosses her feet,
defiance of the fact that ber boots
very obviously number nves.
Number Three's right shoe peeps out
under a gown about twenty-four
inches from ber left one, giving her a
Mother Bunch air, which would be
funny ir it were not so painfully un
graceful, and Number Four extends
foot into the aisle as if challeng
tbe world to stumble over it. The
dresses hide these freaks ot bad
manners, but tbe short costumes re
veal them pitilessly, and uuloss la
who practice them reform a lit
tle, men will cry out that tbe new
dresses are uttly and simple beeause
do not cooceal uugraeefulness.
NASBY. Mr. Nasby in Disgust Returns to the Cornors,
and Briefly Describer the Effect of
and Briefly Describer the Effect of the Burchard Resolution Upon that 111-
CONFEDRIT X ROADS,
CONFEDRIT X ROADS, WICH IS IN THE STATE OF KY.,
Joon 17, 1878.
I am ln;k iu KetitiK-ky, a;id 1 hbei
Hlby hsre. 1 dull l anl ii'H.j.a mure
to do Willi Democrat!.: pf.lit'.-hli-,
Democratic poiitix. Kf ra-".-!ii will
l?ive me a place ti bai-lcude,, 1 Wiii
forever dismiss the hoj-e so locsj ai.-
fataily uu-wed uv be:n pit-maLef,
aud Battle down for tiie remsiiiiier uv
my life Couteiit. 1 don't want
salary a permanent poiisi. a i-i nil
need. lioard und likkr, and niiih
dollies tz Coruf'.it duiaiid-!, If v:
tiat is iie.Hiy for ui?. ! Lev o'J
more ambisbn -1 almost wirli 1 wi.
We hed the railiSels ::i a fnm
wich they coixl not e-ica;.". We be I
charged fraud onto ltaye-", and we bed
bought up our witnessed. Kf Ander
son wu.n't sullinheut wec.xid .V.-v ln-d
Jist ez many more, quite z i-re!ibl'.
tz we wantid. Vitne---M i clu-.tp
aud ez our witnesei wu. willin to
sware to anything we wantid, theie
wuzn't tho BliteMjdilikuity iti provin
everything that was :ieir.ry. Then
all that wuz wantin woz to move mi
Hayes with an impeachment, and
seat Tilden and ileform in his placi?.
Then the Poet-Oillces, tbe Custom
Houses, and the entire putronage uv
the Fedrel Government wood hev
come to us, aud there wood hev
bin that tieace without wich there
can't be no prosperity.
But wat come uv it ? Just t. this
wuz all fixed, Burchard iulc-rdouet a
resolooshen declarin that the objick uv
the investigation wuzn't to disturb
the title uv tho President !
Diinocratlc members volid for It
and it wuz past ! Iu tho nauio uv
Hevin wat wuz it fur then ? For wat
did I go to Washington aud spend ay
time and TUden's money, ef it wuzn't
to oust nayes : n or wat wnz the eyes
uv every Dimocrat wich hez looked
longingly at poetoflls and custom
house these many years, turned anxus
ly to Washington ? Not disturb his
title ? Why that wuz wat we wantid,
and all that we wantid. We wantid
them places, wich we cood only git
thro Tilden, and wich bo long ez Hayes
seta there, wuz not for us. Wat do I
keer if Paul plants and Appollos
waters ef I don't git none uv the in
crees ? Tbe increes is wat I wuz after.
I wantid days uv ease and nights uv
delite. I wantid conciliation and a
offis. I wantid prosperity restored to
the Corners by lieviu the government
disbursa mouey, and to hev that
money cirkelate among the proper
people. I wantid Bascom to prosper,
and tho Deekin's few last days to be
All this is lost by tho pusilanlmity
uv the Dimocratic members. All this
Is gone. They don't want to disturb
the President's title ! The investtea-1
sben is now a farce. It is a circus
witnout any ring-master, clown or
riders. It Is a menagerie without any
animals, xne soul is gone out uv it
Wat good does it do to investigate ef
nothing substanshel comes uv tho in-
Wo is me ! I have nothin left now
but soolside and an untimely grave.
i nev bin iivin on uopes over since
Johnson went out and Grant come
in, and hopes bez but littlo nourish
ment in cm. You kin stand it awhile
on bone, ez you kin on stiuulanbi,
oui yoo nev to nev sntiun more sub'
stanshal, or tbe system breaks. That
substanshel wuz wat the Potter in
vestigashen promised, but that gone
all is gone. Tbe reackshen Is tf rnble.
I look at that Post-oflis and eiol.iim
In the words uv the poet,
"TUon art so ncer and yit so fa
I am done. I don't want nothin
more. Bascom does nothin bnt look
at his slate, the accounts of which
will never bo paid, and weep, and
Deekin Pogratu hezu't spoke au in
telligible word sen so tho fatlo news
struck him. There is a gloom settled
onto the Corners the like uv wich I
hevn't seen since Leo surrendered.
It doesn't matter to mn whether Til
den or some ono else is the Dimo
cratic nominee in 1SS0. The disap
pointment hez so weighed onto my
mind that long before lsu) I she! be
in the siiont tomb, and it won't mat
ter to me who succeeds Hayes. I
can't live as I bev bin, and the soon
er I die tbe better. Dimocrssy ain't
got no muscle nor much intelleck.
It's tlabby. It won't survive mo long.
PETROLEUM V. NASBY,
The Democrats of Ohio fancied,
wben they gerrymandered ttio iSttito
so cruelly, that they would have
everything their own way this full,
but they forget that by tlx ir wanton
disregard of the national peace and
welfaro they have gerrymandered
public sentiment in such a manner as
to greatly neutralize their hoed-for
advantages. Even in Mr. Foster's
district, whore they hnped Hint t.'iey
bad mado assurance doubly sure
against the Republiiuins, there is a
change of sentiment that prm.iises,
iu a great degree, to compnusutd for
that outrage. Mr. Foster is a gentle
man of unparalleled popularity, aud
has a brieht record in Congress.
which greatly strengthens him amoug
his constituents. Hhouid ho re-enter
the canvass this fall for re-election.
tbe gerrymanders must look out, or
tie will set their eltorts at naught, for
is not among thn impossibilities
that be will wipe out the mountain
ous majority that they had supposed
they had piled up against htm. If lie
enters, it will be to win, and there are
many Democrats who will bid him
I speaking of Mr. Foster as a Rep.
resentative, we take pleasure in re
ferring to his record during the seven
years in which lie has represented
the people of his district with more
than usual satisfaction. As a proml
nent member of the Committee of
Ways and Means during several for
mer sessions, he was intelligent,
pains-taking, and efficient, aud dur
ing his more recent service on the
Committee on Appropriations he has
fully vindicated his abilities as a safe
representative or the public interest,
being always right aud always effi
cient. On the lloor be has proved
himseir a debater or more than ordi
nary prowess, though business is more
furtc than rhetoric and elo
quence. No opponent on tho lloor
ever caueht him nan-
ping or unarmed with a ready wit
repartee, wuicn at times is
more potent than tho mo.it cogent ar
gument or tbe most powerful appeal
swelling eloquence. He has mado
mark so high already that his
constituents cauuot well a 11 or d to dis
pense with his service?, though mere
Itoliticians may have gerrymandered
district with a view to ruling him
of tbe service. Every intelligent
Democrat in his district will sooner
entrust their interests with him than
take their chances with an untried
mac, though he may be nominally of
meir political railli.
Mr. Garfield, who is a host of him
will not be materially affected
tne gerrymander, ilia district is
strong, and be is stronger than his
party in his district, for the reason
his career In Congress has been
honorable to himself and eminently
useiui to me country, and his con
stituents or both parties hold him in
esteem. His reuomiuation will
vouchsafe his re-election, and that
secure to the next Congress one
master-mma wen scnooiou in states
mansbip. National lli.puUii uii,
LENGTH OF THE DAY IN DIFFERENT
A Berea correspondent of tho Clove
laud Herald writes concerning the
length of the day in ilillorent lati
As Friday, the 21st, between 8 and
o'clock in tho morning, the suu
reached Us most northern limit, the
waa, in corrse'juence, the longest
the year. For the amusement and
Instruction of the younger readers of
Herald, please permit me to say
few words to them upon this and
The sun now rises here not far from
A. M. aud eeta not far from 7: :)
M. Therefore the days are about
fifteen hours in length aud the nights
nine hours. The la:t twilight of
departing eun in tbe clear even
ings is seen at 9 o'clock ; therefore the
gray light of tbe morning is seen
3 A.M. If, during a few days just
we were to be placed at parallel
degrees North, which passes through
southern part of Alaska, we would
find the sun setting till M:3') in
evening, and in three hours it would
again at 1:JJ in the- morning. At
midnight alrfiut the same intensity of
twilight that we now see here at ''
o'clock would be visible exactly in I
north. The day now, there, is j
twenty-one hours long the night I
three hours. If we stood any J
of tbe Arctic Circle Friday, the I
would not set to us, but dip near !
horizon, ihe lowest point being
exactly i a the north ; therefore the
apparently strange fact of midnight,
tbe sun atill shiuiog, bo to speak.
DISGRACEFUL SCENES IN THE HOUSE
The Last Night of the Session Drunkenness
! Wa imn. l-.s, I). (., JniiM L", 1-7S.
I - Coiitrt-.t tiled Imrd, and lo-l iH irrip
i i,j ii:';re-. For :x liotif anil more
( ll 'AliilH!
:ir Coli'eni-Il':e Oi iL Cit-r
to fk.riKS an api'-MpriHtlou fill, and
iro,u'd aa,- tba tirue in noi.-y Bcenesi
Win a, uaruiy
1 liii i;iiiW', e-i-c;-?a!i
jli j. tuob ut u I". :-;L;l
I , .-. --Kity it.it wilitP -Lil.'-iniia U'giltj
i.iiiv ti:- f a diativaulaie. 1
wa.. a tiajvy ;v..i2h;. thut induced
Kaildui! to i-i t!.f.-e intervals,
wiiiic i :e ? "t ." lilted Up
tiie riii r'-. U -v,'"l ItitM the ilis-;
jfjuci: or iutwiiit: a in, t-iii.. ic
liiwion ( ' ui.'.r f 1 1 .!.!'- ! 4 oi::i:t!ini. ,oo
nji.'.'i r.i.'U bu t niHi'e loeiu mad.
SHV- tho mere outline of the scene
M-r ved up for the delectation of the
cnVrics i y ii.'p'fentative Freeman,
of i'cnr.-yivsuia, last night. Butler
wxi i:i tne height of aa impassioned
argument a!in-t the payment of the
Halifax liht.Ty award, lie wasuear
inir the climax id his strongest point
wl.cn Kr.'i-ij'ui tiid.-v.rt..l to inter
rupt him. i; a. t-M.k ;a i.M condi
tion in : twinLli:)i. ' i will notyield
to yon, .ir, said bf. "llieu," ibic
-aid Fieemau, "I II yield thic)
you," and, to tho i.-iderribahle de
light of the ppei'tators, the drunken
statesman tumbled into his chair.
For awhiij lie remained passive, on
tii Ham Cox took the lloor. Again he
arose, "ilisner peaker, ' said be,
ihici ri?e point order (hiei.'1 Cox
save liim a half pitiful, scornful look.
"Oh !" said Freeman, "I fhic) hope
tho gentleman will yield (hie) lloor
me, for 1 do love hi in so." Randall.
with strokes of tho gavel which
sounded like aa anvil chorus, com
lulled him to again take his seat
Acain the addled nuisanco subsided
Then Garfield tired oil one of bis
brilliant pyrotechnics! speeches,
Imagine his disgust when he closed
hear Freeman cry out loud enough
be heard i the galleries, "Hurrah,
bully for you, Garfield." There werei
of course, other members who saw
double, but were fortunately tongue'
tiod. t u.EniH, or Indiana, tried hi
hand at Interrupting Cox. He denies
to-day that lie was drunk, aud if bo
was not he ought to abandon legists
tive halls and play "Toodlos."
acted that character to perfection on
the floor cf tho House. The em'
employes of tho House, taking ad
vantage of tiie laxity ot morals on tho
part of their principals, during the
recesses regaled themselves in sing'
ing songs, makiug speeches aud hoid-
nig a mock scsmou of Congress. At
together the night was ono of which
the leaht said the sooner forgotten
When tho 1 louso was declared ad
journed at 7 o'clock this morning,
there was not a quorum of members
present, litcauso It was reported only
a short time beforo that there would
probably bo a further extension of
time till 1 o'clock in the afternoon,
anil that tho House wouid take a re
cess until 3:0. Enquirer.
REVIVAL OF BUSINESS.
A correspondent of the New York
World, writing from London, under
dale of June Sth, says or tho foreign
demand for American products, es-
iiecially wheat aud beef, which find
a ready market in EtirojK?. The wrl
ter is a man of largo experience and
is well informed :
Tub year, I understand, you will
have a line harvest. I can only say
that it will bo wanted In Europe.
Russia has not grown much more
grain than alio wants, and tho yield
here will bo comparatively small
Europe must go across the Atlantic
for what sho needs to make up her
deficient supply of food. Aud then
recollect that it is not for grain only
that England now comes with money
in iter hand to United States ports.
1 he salo or American beef is simply
enormous, considering that eveu
when I left New lork in 1S7' the
tritdo was almost, if not quite, uu
known. Aud now we pay somethins
liko JJI.OihvhxI u year for American
beef, and the business is constantly
increasing. So that for tho "stall of
life," mid a larse proportion of meat
consumed, this country must now de
pend very greatly on tho United
State:-.. Tlieso are tho facts, draw
from them what conclusion yon will,
There is ono conclusion which I
should bo disposed to draw namely,
that tins lutj nr alliirs must inevit
ably restore your long lost prosperity
It is au ill wind that blows no ono
any good. i oreign capital mustnec
esiarlly pour into tho country, mak
ing up in a large mcasi it ror mo loss
es of Hie laat few years, and infusing
new life and energy into all depart
ments cf trade. This is as certain as
that the feun will rise to-morrow.
The recovery of tr&do in America
dons not depend upon accident or ar
tificial cau.-.os, but is being produced
by fixed laws-for theru are such
things in connection with the com
mercial as well as the physical world.
although they aro not by any moans
what the physical economists suppose
them to be.
My American friends whom I tee
over hero do not, indeed, tell mo of
any great improvement yet, but how
cau it fail to como wheu you have
suddenly enlarged tho circle of your
customers so as to iucludo half the
earth ? Your cottons sell better than
ours in India, China, Australia, and
New Zealand. We must como to you
for grain and meat. Your iron trado
grows year by year. When people
say, "Business is picking up in Wall
street," I do not caro much about it
one way or the ether. But a nation
which is constantly improving the
great staples of universal trado is
building on very solid foundations.
It is a very diflerent thing from
bolstnring up a rotten trade by means
of inilalion or speculation. The only
peril which seems to me to threaten
the future of American trade is the
unsettled character oT legislation af
fecting tarills, government loans and
other matters which allect the" pros
perity or credit of a people. This is a
sul jeet, however, on which I can not,
as a mere correspondent in a distant
cily, be expected to touch.
NEW YORK ELEVATED RAILWAYS.
Tho elevated rail ays of New
York aro a great convenience for
rapid transit ut moderate cost, but are
also a great niii:aiice as well. An ex
change says :
Three accidents have already len
caused by tbe New York elevated
railways. Two were caused by per
sons on street cars below Kinking
their heads against tho pillar sup
porting the elevated rail way. In the
third a man attempted to get on a
passing train and fell to the sidewalk
below. Horses are not seriously
troubled by tho passing trains, but
they aro objectionable iu other ways.
They make a din and uproar such as
no one anticipated, enough to drive a
sensitive or nervous mau half dis
tracted. (Shopkeepers complain that
they cannot talk to or hear their cus
tomers for the clatter of the trains,
ami that their btiHineps is falling oil
on account of it. When it is ro-
moniberud that the cars pass every
minute and a haif, and wnl soon tie
running ni-'lit and day, including
Sunday, tho extent of tliu annoyance
may easily bo imagined. The roar,
almost incessant, would soon prove
fatal to sick persons, and is enough to
prevent continuous thought in the
An Illinois cenius has Invented a
novel contrivance to prevent horses
niuiiinp: away. JIc places a powerful
electric battery under the bursy seat,
with, a connecting; wire therefrom to
tho bone's bit and another to the
crupper. If the bor.se wants to run
away, the driver turns on tho elec-
icity. whiou qoes to tho crupper,
traverses the ppiual column to the
bead sud instantly paralyzes the
hor.ie, bringing bim to a dead halt.
When bi-nt on matrimony, look
more than hkin dep for beauty, dive
further than the iKicket for worth,
seareh for teaiiier beyond good
humor for thu moment, reiuumbering
is not aiways the most agreeable
partner at a bail who forms the moot
amiable partner for lifo. Virtue, like
some llowers, bloom often fairust iu
The Laboratory of the System.
Tiie loniacii i.s tiit I:;ijj:a:oiy of t:.e ; ys
ui, iu wuii ii c-r:n:a xujrt'-rious 1 rorcsaes
coril.n:t! y irinij mi. TLe- renlt lu
iiriii.-i:iii : lf::ii wou.iiTinl vii:viiiis
ueelil tiie Ij!oh1. wmcil, lu asLileof iie.'iltil
la.len Willi I.'ie e-Ill'!lH OI VlUlllty
tilU ri-ll-jl.--t l.UllH O' tllC SIe;l. ISul
when ti-u itolneli 1 M-m i-p:nnH-z.-l l-y
ki psiu, biKl iu:muf:ielure li c:trrl.-l tn
mperiet;l.y. tne ( uiuiiuu j?.row Imn aul
;2.-li, ii:i-l tl.e -y:el:i ;u.:erM in nj:iM
ineuee. .Moreover, in.l:t'f tion leuets upni
liver au.l iwwi ;s, ro:iil'.riu the liml
silli:.fL-.:i uuU ti.e ..ttter collli''il.-U. Tne
li::tiii it'.., .-liters i.y yiuputliy, aiul s.rfc
lH-ilwBt nnl nervous ey"inr
tolil'i arc-en ji uilere.l. H.istulter Htoiuactl
illUelii relonus ti,.. tal ot tbiUKa, KIVk
riuan n! ttn- rtiid r--uJ:iri!7 to tne lo:n
acli uud Its axs.eiRte oraiin, tiie tMwels iinil
f. MIl'l elivui,-, eohlpiele. llOUr'Sl.luellt
ii1iti-:it-'I Vof ttt tiie -i-U-JU. it ttl:
e-t lir ri well ;j. effl. leut
a'J wn:c in Aruen;su
BEATTY TO THE CONVENTION.
I rome not n. rc to I i:k-
Vo V now, i-H, wLi,
'fi.i ob'vt of tb: tv.iiv.-i.tf.n
n t. tii'lors.; Hay-
Ac I u: : mi-, ml.lc s-.uH.:!. ...in
l:ut m.iirtol i: In ruine :
- Aa-i 'n.?
; iu tho old m-in an.-d
j At rift n n-ut arorl
I 1 iia l. u.l nr. to tL;
;hi ta!U liercull uav.
AtwUat I was.ir.iuxr.
1 1 Or hr.w iar Hayes
u gone balcon bis j.ati.
bet Ume is mouvy-
. point cj on wiiicti T.
And my t:iilr
i NvterUi.l acr.. A hi
;ivo ti:ni still it wa-
Iono w.thtLt air ci leiuci .iu.
That favored 111 tor a St-rouu
Ilowcvcr, to our mctton.
X w.-v Informed.
And by one that know-.
Headed iy one lix..i t j,
Wu to itm this ."nvcnti..a,
Au.l that I, tuu bost wl;, -pu;1L;
Of tii lot, x to U; -.a: .low n uj-
Is it tiio-. n.a: the Kei.ubw. vi ..-
ittrwaios its laiiuful ?
And am I to be inclined
I'y a luaa with bow leg5:
And tiie manner-, of a war.l poi.
Uul no matter! X hive ku.
)nee in my back oilioe
I was interviewed by an
Enul'iseb man, who gave mr
leaa away, bocau-?, forsooth,.
I told hiiu of uiy intention
To kick at thi plank iu the )i 1. 1. i .u
Nor in thU all ;
1 have beeu belittled
12 y men once in my empu.y
W ho noise it about t hat
I, like Shy lock, for every
Nickel spent, want in return
Fonr pounds of ment
or words to that etfect.
Therefore hear me, ye waits
That echoed to the sweet strains
Of Mozart and lieethoven, and lat.-r
To the wrangling of the Organ Commute
Once i.u u I'll swear 1 11 not indorse.
TRIBUTE TO HAYES.
A female correspondent or tho ISos
ton Herald, written rrom Washing
ton, says or President Ilayes :
"I have lived iu Washington fif
teen years, and have known many
men In public life. More than anv
one of them I havo ever met. Presi
dent Hayes has impressed me as
pure mau, and guided by the highest
principles. We women have a sixth
sense, and whenever I have been in
his company I have felt myself in the
presence of an honest man iu the
highest sense of the word. It would
1)0 a seen disappointment to me to
believe him corruptible ror selfish
ambition, and go rar toward makiug
me Leiieve purity imoossible in a
politician. I said as much to Repre
sentative i.iackburn, or Kentucky,
and or the Potter committee, the day
i visited the latter, and he assured
me in the most positive maimer that
the committee did not expect to
prove anything or that kind, nor to
hurt the President."
An excited journalist out in Kloyd
county, looking through a pair or
Democratic sectacles or ereat mag
nifying power, "sees the Republican
party tottering to its fall." Oh, he
does, does he ? Then he had better
stand from under, for when it does
come down, it will come down like a
thousand of brick. This won't be the
hrst time it has "tottered to IU fall."
and it has always made a success of it
heretofore. It tottered to Its fall once.
aud fell upon Breckenridge, and for
nearly live years It tottered around
on the Democratic party, and nearly
trampled It oil the Democratic slate.
it fell upon Mreeley.and Uattenod him
out badly. It fell upon one General
Met lellan, and a party by the name
of Keymour. More recently it fell upon
Sammy Tilden, and made him think
be was trespassing upon a landslide.
Whenever it falls, we notice whoever
stands in the way gets hurt, and it
may be that the excited journalist has
tarried too long at his spectacles and
didn't see straight. It may be that
the Republican party, instead of tot
tering to its fall, was merely stooping
down to pick up a club ; and if such
is the case, there will be wailing and
gnashing o" teeth beforo long. The
Republican party is all here yet. It
is right where it always was, and is
as ready for a fight this fall as it was
last November. J!urlinglm t7;.
A Woman's Advice to Women.
of being clamorous for the
right to be a policeman, to don a man's
habiliments and usurp his work aud
hustle him out or his place and duty,
we women should set ourselves to the
lasx of finding out bow to be more
womanly, more feminine, and realize
that, although a man and woman are
eiial, they are not identical hence
liferent employments, rules and
constitutions. As the world has be
come civilized woman baa more and
more retired to the seclusion and
privacy of home and loft man to do
the worse, rough work which requires
hysical aa well as mental streugtu
to grasp and handle, while sho has
become the wife, the homernaker, the
guardian of the nation's honor aud
the producer of its tnenUI and physical
wealth. For Is not Its increase of
population tho true wjaltii of a na
tion ? thieuyo Tribune.
An exchange lias the following ou
hiiUhihimIic ailvcrtiHiUK :
Tho practieu of silverti.ilnfr a little
now fljul tlit-u may be of 30 mo benefit
but, iw a euutemporary r6marki), "it
id only a drop In tbe bucket compared
with a Hlanuiug advertisement iu
tho coiumnn or an inlluential neu'H-
paner.'' All tiie proHnerous business
men of to-day, who have made their
money legitimately, have done it by
steady and persistent advertising. Ir
regular advertising id like raisins a
sign one day, and tearlnc It down tbe
next, il Is belter to do thn than
nothing, but how inliuitely wiser it
is to keep one's, name and buHiues
constantly before tho public.
UAlC'lil.KY-ZKL.l.KK. n the a.lli lnsl.,
Iy Kev. J. 11. tiiHxl. Kev. AlplieuM K
Jlnieliley, ut l.iiMii ly renter, O., uud Mi.-.
Lilian M.Zeller. oi this city.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSINESS MEN.
i UAI.N -
Wli :it-Ol.l choice...
' No :i
" No grade. ..
A reus, dritsl, per t ,
AerLits, " I,, .
Lues Hul, perlu.
KCATH CHS. IWe K.W.
Kumjk, per barrels
Hay, in r uu.
i dm, nry
.... I w
... . J
. It Wl to 0 Ml
6 w tf, ; w
T AISl CS. .... -
SALT,ciars? riMk, i.-r i.l,l
Salt, coiuin"n, per l,hl..
salt, One taoie, ier s:u-h ...
fin nr. f l'ti.TS.. ......
Calfskins, ;er a.
Tai. L'V ...... ....
Hhokts, p.-r twu.
Watek l.m c p. ril.i
WillTK I.I HI, per lill-.ll....
Kir, front r
I'.ICkr, hllAcl ur .
ClIK.'KKN.S, tt. ,
Tl'KMIJ-1, pert - -.
le'lo I ,
-t to 1 I 'I
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
New ioni;, June il. licevrs rUtn,ts for
'i,iui) nea.1. inukiDg k U.Lil i-.r the
we.-C of ll,s!i htn, at;alQ.-,t U.'j head last
wrsK : uiaricet extremely iloll hi '4e re.luc
Uoa trom k riiiay laMi muJ c reAiuciion timu
eurient rates a w.-tl aso : liull.s 2 '.: 1 1' -e.
live weidt ;ktan, oxn cntl rui-li tei ri 7
-c to ureSK lUs. : lufciliuiu ti ttoo4 sti.-rs
4 v ii un-s-. wjo itri. ; .rl me ami extra
ats.'i ';4tto dre-" ji,7 inj., a lew up to
to drew ;i, lu. ; one
fireiuiuiu Teen at l'jc to Ores, ,7 In-,. ;
potters tooc Toj iieaU al to titers ,
wltU a lew for trxjiort ailve at li; .' Ut Uit-w ,7
I. : Kiilrnenui for tin- wik "wtre 7.1
ijuarter s of lI aud Ji liv- callle.
r-:ne-p an-i Laiuiin Keo.-I p'. lor to-iiay 7,
1 head. inakiUi; a total for Uie p:u-t wis-ic
nl2At lieail. aiea.iml 27,X1 L?ail for the
sauie Ume last ; shet-i tlnuer al V .
,;4e ; laiuus eaier but tiuil alu al -j.'J-ji;
shipment trtrthe wnl f.o hevl. " i
awioe ttccip! lor to-day hwl,
. :i "iii-l
i. r , i H : ,
..: :::,-,' '
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. WOOL MARKET
1 1 if I ; -mil'
;ki tijuI it
I : t i::us. :.
n I'UUti! j - 1
:J 4-v: .(..
i' ; r.nv. a-lM-i
r r;t; r- t !
. ; "i't.i- iii
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. WOOL MARKET NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FRUITS M VEGETABLES
Toe l.nr-r--: V:i- ;,-.v ,., -
ami t-.;et..i.:. s ia u.' r s,
Till-'. I- !:KSiAS.,.
t . of Km
! M KM' OF
f'(7.VN, .J limbic. Uiiitfer
Snaps rml Oat .livl
Ice Cream a Specialty !
M:uU strut. y ot p,i.- r :.. mi v. firii:
'y th'iu:i:t or ."luOii ir t:ii.-;,
".;-. i ruin-; !! i l :! I 'imiilt
seivol i.y tne tl.Nii at noar -.
AT 0. ?. SNYDER'S.
7.V j:ANKIil I'TCY
In th rttlt-r f Kilwnril S. lark
ibtukrnpt, in llankruplr).
A warrant 1:1 ll:umnt.-i iir.v: tMi-n wni
y R-iiu ( otiri adults: :iiu i-,::u- : saul K.l
wani H. t l:rS, nf Tim n. in the c.mnlv ,f
iK-m-oa, ! moMtntcor Oliio, in saul Msirlt-I
:uljiitluvl a li:;nkiiit upon l.iu .-lii.ni l
his creditors: ami Inr nasuitnl 111 :i:iv
IcbtM, ami tip drliverv of iirniicrtv Im-
lniL;inq tosuij U-inkr.ipt, to liim or ! Ins
uwr, ami im; ir uiNi.T 01 any irtji rty l.y
hini, art- fiir liiiiilt-n by l.r.v.
A liltflin 01 riio t;rt- :tirs O! va .1 ilanlr.
nipt, to prove I lit-ir iilts an. I ciiotts,' onf or
more aM-n, oi ,f inst-slaif, will In; Ix-M nl
a 1 onri 01 rttdKruptry 10 ! lmMt-n at Jior
walfc, in saul li-.in't, n tin- l.lli tlry l
Jtuy, is., at nioviiN-k A. .M at tin- mli.-pnf
Fran Klin Mawy.-r, r.-i( it- oi lln- iit-.;li-rs
u i.auKrnpii-y 01 saul rmiri.
X. b. 1'KKNTlS-i,
r.S. Jlariial, Mi vM'u,;i r
tlKO. v. IlAom.w,
AtJornty lor lViitaim'r.
$200,000 TO LOAN!
it sams of $.100 to $.,000
on 3 to H years time.sccur-
ed by I'irst Jfortfaye on
Improved Ileal Estate.
(I'Jmw yt-'.,.s.- J. W. litl.tW.
i'lixllll) . 4.
Iilitaiincl lor liivi-nt.ii 111 t:u t nit. . I
States, Canada ami Kan mm-, a I. rtlnrt'tl rules.
Willi our prineipai nllit-t; lota!i-l in Wa.li-im-lou,
thn t tlv i.iM-,itt tin. I inl.-.! Sl.il. s
I'aient ll!i.-e, we am able It, mien. I to all
Patent JlnsiiiesH with ''realer i.iomi.tm ss
and tlispalch ami los-i eo.t. than other pat
ent at torneys, who aro at a distant-.; iioni
waMiumton, ami who l.av, then-lore, to
niploy 'assoeiato attorneys." W'e make
!n-inninary eianiin.-itions :;ntl Inrni.h
opinions as to iialeiitnhllity, ;ins; of liai se.
.1U.1 all who are inteiest.-.l :u new liivt-n-tl.insanil
Talents are. InviK-tl to semi lor a
copy 01 our "Uiu.l.i lor oot imliiu I'aleiits,
whlt-li is sent lien lo any athli ess, an.t etn
tains complete in; trm-t:ons how to obtain
Patents, an. I ot her valuable matb r. We re
ler to theli.-riii.iii-Aiinji it-aii Xational It-inkc.
Wa-sliili;:':;, !. t.; the Ko al Sw. tlisl,,
Norwt iiml Danl-U l.e;-at ions, at
WxshiiiLioa, lion, .ioseiih t'as.v. lite (h lei
Jll-ll.-e I . I r of C ,11,, ; ; 1,, jtl-
clals of ti e 1:. S. Patent t'llie. , au. I to Sena
tors ami M..nilrl of Col.;;n-.; fiolu every
jt.ht,. v.- I.H !S ItA;UF.K Ar .,
r-Milinltust ol 1 alent-. an.t Affo. ir.-vs nt Law
I a- I 'roil ;;mi,lnit;, Uasiilnlon, lt.V.
STANDARD BBITISH FOCTS,
C'omprismr; in ml l. Vninim-: l,i:r.r. i;mii,
prillllt (111 fl tl Tl.STI-lt 1'AI-Kli. tlttitll-tiii In
ttiml ill llt :uel iliuei;, lliillorut slvie.
lit: list i.- :ii lollovvs :
K-l A S,
dwi'kh, i'oi.ki:! in; :.
i.)i.i)-,Mn;i, Alis. Hkma.ss,
Fori:, W'i:iisv oi:t:i
lotli, ,iitln csl-c-s. &I.00 : (Jilt ol-c.
I.J.i. tii put ii in n.-l. in a neat i, H.
vu.s. ; i'lain, fn,. Ciilt tOe,
Tllef xtlemely l.,w pri.s. ,l tills .ilii,ii
anil the iui:ar style ol (m,l::i reinli r
liienl siiilaolu f'r Hel-i,, Ciiilee, ami I'rl
vule l.ilrariis, Pnzew, !.., unl pri-sent an
opHrtunity lofil.laiii a rienee coliis-liou ot
SrAM'AKn l'oi:ii In thiral.le lor-o at a ery
Kinall oi;T;:iy. f'orsale i.y l:Mll; .-lit r-. ,
or -ent Ii'ec upon rets lj.t u; pra-..
l;mo, Tiiill Triper, (.ill rinil lilaek Mtiiiiip,
I i, pa.-es. I'lulll fil;!'. SI IMI mIu.
In uniioriii .style Willi ur rnP ol
This rsillis'lion criiniirses n ian'e. nrin.r
of the J?"avoi lie l'on,is ot the Kuli.h lan-
yil.le, ;1 villi; h.ilrs: sell S'tiitli.s ll'HU tiie
wrlliinrs ot I liauisT, Siw-neer a.-i.l nlhers at
trlier tliin-s. as wi ll as nio.1 ot the r..ou.
lar Writers ot tin: nn. nt il:iv. i,,, h,,!,,,..
alsoa lew translations Ironi the t'lnn li aiel
(.'rnian, run! will ! i.miii.i a valuable ;ni
illliou to our s ries oi tlio Ui ill li foot).
Also, nr-arlr rrailv. '-.SIi:tJeocare."
SOl i. il.ni'l.
Till el. V. (KOWM.I., Pnl.ieiie;,
tl Til l;i.,.i,i,i:,y, NeVt- Yoi
tli ll li lloll
i.c l.l. t
Valuable of all Kiwi!
Knell its l' e,l ., M..i !
t list 1 hi,- ''i-i:i,i
iti', asoiienl the
il.. I .Moii
ill. i Is :
Detroit Safe Company's
Witii roinliinatioii ,m aii.l st. i
tin: pri. at ulm-n li.i t
liirthl, .', i an ai'oi.l t., I.,-
ot lill-s. s:i It-;.
( all al HII.SOK A l.lsl.K S
t'oltllileicial lllIK lilH:kf 'i illln, :
tne Haten, anil i;et .n i ,.
UT1CK U Hr.UKIlV lilVK.s 'J 11 i A
I HI M'.-l t.y Kx. inl.,r . A limni.ti
tors ami liii.ir.l: ins. in i ,.:,i narlial
ineiit oi estates, an 1 with War.K, hai
Ijeen liie'l ill tne i, tlii x 1,1 tr.e 1'ronalel en
.-M,neca County ,liio. as !r lows, lo-w t
KsrATK,:--.l:T' t. A' ' il s-T
HSir'Ji. Shawni.in. :t. i hen !),. -!t.
,luefl, K'lrm-r, ii,.i ll ik- r.
1 in Loose, l;.ii.l i;. Km -.
i:ri A. i.s- I r.N v r. .( i ,i:n i
Ann Shi-ler, i.eor.-e (i.tii n,
Kli.:ll-lll ml ! -.t, .-a. ell. I IU I -I,.
.siiinii. i W: r. ,.',hll T-eill k.i, .
Mi. 1 lL-'.w-on, ,w,r--- il. ., -,
Amy ..;n !er.
nna i:. Ku rt,
IL-ili J. l-.:-i it.
h.lwai.1 i I.
i. .. I -
-.-A i : i . .-r
er.ee Tiiorni nr
Mary K. i'niilt.
arlie K.4 mi.:,
Anil thf-ft s.-.-,-r.il
aria .; an. I l-. i
tu Uay o! ja.y A. It.
W :f lie -, HI
' t I ,a
. r . i
Nat. Kr. l.nr.r., X.::n, O )
Oll VI-I I . ....,!
Tin: fcai'i Oliver t
on t.-.e .,.':i
National Kx. I, an:
lift j titi'in :t.; i..-L
I itn d. Iti's o.i: L 1
H:ui .t ('(:,,!), f . w':
r aroint tin- z Mi tl r,
-alii ot(w-r i . :i i
mvt-i t-.-.i U li.-, i, . ;
N:it::i:il Kvj.mm-. i;r;r.;
Ijrty-!iv ti.u- ir;-!
01. t ul. t .i :y : f
ootaiu a ''!? 'rii' : t a -ii:r
lor mm, 1 l
41 i 'ti : t i. :. it.'; : . '.
y i Ai r. .
r.juiic )i i.
,H Li i
i c e.i
ti-liern.-.'lt;-. ale! oil!'
O.iver C. y.-iler, W.U...1 !
Ami that 1:- is li .,n.i.
petition ei or :i.-:-ir- .-,
N. I., l i i i i I.. M - i
A'y - t-T I'. ) : ;
r .ioi-ity f.:
-r- i ,r j,
r MIAII l:h.
f1858. IARQUARDT. 1878.
t the Iiirire trade
I liinc this Sprin? i
a!l I'ajr. in consnjuenfe oHminc; many small lots
m stock, wliirli ! am desirous oi" closing out, I hare
leered to sell all sncli lots, oontaihin from 1 tin to
I? vieoo, at
S cent. Wall Paper
s trilt " "
Call Early, and take Advantage of this
I Have a Large Stock of
Window, Shades mad up in the latest
Styles, and at Reduced Prices.
ni:r : s, medic ixe3, c h km i c. i ls, j ye s rr f fs,
and Tlil SSES.
Pmv Wines, Krandics and Rye Wlilskeys, for Metliral
BY COMPETENT PERSONS
Wall Paper at Half Price!
Cwin to our large tra.lc ia Wall Taper .luring tin? present seaso
vc have many small lota of
Being desiroiw to close such lota, we have determined to place them
For Sale at Just Half Price.
S-cent Paper for 4 cents per roll.
12-cent " G " "
18-cent tk ft
$iO-eent Satin Pajjor for 10c per roll.
35-cent Gilt " 18c. per roll.
40-cent " 1 " 20c. ner roll.
No old stock but all Choice New Patterns. Call carl, at the
TIFFIN CARPET STORE.
Tiffin Carriage Works!
ESTABLISHED IN 1 1848.
P. Van NEST'S SONS, Proprietors,
.MA.M KAITL'KKIW UK
Fine Carriage?, Phaetons, Light Road Wagons and Sleighs.
We Manufacture only Firat-claas Work. All Work Warranted.
IMPAIRING lMtOMITLY ATTKNDED TO.
Comer Jefferson and East Market Is.
1". VAN NKST'HriONH.
'.' -9. ,
CASH LUMBER YARD !
Will Uti'i th it
J. 31. JIEi:SIIDEIi(JEK
:-r, !nff rni,re material for the money than
any 1, ti er iti aler in tne ntr. He Im al
..el.i.r l.l.WIilKi J.ATll Kiel MIINOI.KH
amen iss. llin-; t.i tun i.ul.ll'-eHa. Ir
ii.s uhh consuls ot aii Kiu.ta 01
WOl'.KKll k I.IXIKIN'..
k i.Milil.NU uai:n UH.IU.
i:atik.-.h, 1:1.:., tt.-.
lie : a.-o niakin- a siialty to parcha
inn: iiir 111ml lots- Laving mail; arrim-fr
-nt.. il. reet wita tne inanuf:i-lun-ni tolill
hi.i.-, ot taat Kin.!, Ihereuy saviui; the
ex:-ris- of niacin:? the trip, ami tnus ye-t-
tur' i.i-t what thevwant.
i nieiiih. r. an loose wisbinu lar;e
i.il.s. to ca.i uu uie ii-'or pnrenasunc i:,-
wh.-.-e. J. M. J1EH.S11 Ui-lioKK.
oiFt'-p anti YHD-('rfr f Jflnral
nail Kailrowl ttl. ' II
A-x -!t vim at irr.-ill HVn !
A . ,Ve.J .i.,ie. i-l " - "'
n-t- . a.. I it-i tw
r r ui--. , . .r I. en " 1-s.te-i-.. I, to-Jy
1 I ,.s 1 ko r-'l". e Um1vU. i lM k
. 'J ( I -- J -1. J . r I f-.r moii-K
!.- i-, ui t. X A Co., Urn., 1-a.jlmiir, Vfc
'1 UK l:K-T HUTKL. lu the COLNTKY
XKKMONT DOUSE, i'
UNION CHURN CO.,
A1ANI KAtTI KEKMOK
. .... ....... t .. r.fl ,rv i -
AM) tri'l IKK
At their workn, HOntli-eitil of Washington
HI. hriile. they aro piepareU lo fiiruul
1'INE; OAK ami
.SIUL(J, L'tc Etc.
K ur ai. U 1 iu.il pt iom
Call anl see tLcm
Breeder aaU Dealer la fioerlr
Krom Htoec thr.t was awar.lel tlw n'e"
M.slal al tne C'euUsuuiai k-xliihllioa.
ECCS AND FOWLS IM SEASON.
Vure Bred Poland C'ltina Siruie.
mr irresiiiienee promptly atten.lisl lo.
HOUSE AND LOT'
i fCIBT nt
veu tjuiti: rlooiiiH, wasji House, woou
liou-- eonu.s-UsI, larm? brlt-a liarn. Ijot wl
leel I ron U AouuJant fruit- Termneatiy.
A Iso lots l, I, il, ami Half of lot y in npayiu
A.lililiou to tno city of Tuna. Very lir-
ol.-, aud ruiup f tt ta-li. Kii-imre or
irnf fuawnau Mouse.