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I jib, Tkiradar Kre.. Jnn 27, 1S7.
Girls Helping at House Keeping.
Mothers mat of them gratl jhtr
In nut liring house-keeping witb
tbeir Klria. OverlMirileneU wild labor,
and nee'ling relief, tbey are yet ao
Dice mini particular, bo jealously tena
cious, perhaps, of the domestic net-pit
r, that they often refoee to delegate
even a miuor tiouaeuolil duty to their
daughter, forgetting tbac oblldrea
ciliOuM he arty taught to make them
eelves useful, ami to nist their pa
rents every way in their power.
A positive injury ia done 10 the girla
by this deprivation of all share la the
government of ths tioute, for it is evi
dent tbat tbey cannot le too well in
structcd in anything which will affect
the comfort of a family. Whatever
position in life they may hereafter oc
cupy, they nned a thorough practical
knowledge r.f household duties. Cir
cumstaucee tnay eventually lift them
above the necessity of performing
much domec'.io work ; hut on this ac
count tbey tie! no less kuowledge, if
it Is not des'.rs l that they shall he ex
pensive t'-.rdf-ui to tbeir hnsbands.
Girls a."- cot apt to allow to uonse
work Its c Importance ; but such ait
have experienced the thousand and
one after torments that spring from
Ignorance of it, can estimate it at ite
true value. If they should show an
Inclination to perpetrate the mysteries
of tbe kitchen, Indulge them by all
means. Never mind if ths assistance
they render Is slight, and the trouble
tbey cause more than a counterbal
ance ; let them cook, wash, Iron, etc.,
etc. Tbey will soon learn, .if it to con
trived that tbe teaching shall be pleas
ant. We have In our mind's eye a
little chit of a child, nine years old,
wbo made a loaf of bread and made
it well, too every week during tbe
winter. Her mother was bind and
patient, and she quickly divined the
proper quantities of yeast, salt, and
flour. If she feels disposed to try her
band at the higher grades of the culi
nary art pastry-maklns;, for Instance
no objection la made. Indeed, she
Is quite a little house-keeper, carrying
a big buach of keys at her girdle, and
often getting out wbat la necessary
for the table.
Where there are several daughters,
tbe care of tbe house-keeping should
be given to each In tnrn. This seems
to us an excellent arrangement, and
will certainly prove tbe most valuable
part of their education. Girls with
what are called high notions, will do
well to reflect tbat tbe drudgery of
tbe kitchen Is by bo means Incimpa
tlble with the highest degree of re
finement and mental culture. Borne
of the most socially elegant women
we have ever known, have been
adepts In tbe art of bread and pie
making ; nay, It is not long since that
we saw a talented and highly educa
ted lady don a pair of gloves, go down
on her knees, and black-lead a stove,
just to show bow it was dona.
Remember, girls, that home con
ttitutm the very essence of a man's
idea of happiness, and if you do not
fit yourselves to make tbe homes of
your future husbands bright cheer
ful, orderly, and a refuge from all tbe
world beside, how can you hope to be
happy yonrselves, or to make them
happy. For my part, I think no girl
should stand at tbe altar, wbo has
not first stood at the wasb-tub. Mary
Afuore, in Toledo Blade.
The Oldest Inhabitant.
We are under obligations to Hon.
Curtis Berry, Jr., for tbe following :
Our embassador found old HJranny"
Wright, as her great grand children
are in tbe habit of calling her at the
home of her daughter-in-law. Miss
Catherine Wright, on the bank of tbe
Tymocbtee creek, near where the
road running east and west on tbe
line between Halem and Crawford
townships, crosses the creek. She
Is living la a small hut detached from
bnt In close proximity to tbe family
residence. This hut Is an old fash
ioned log cabin 10x12 feet In size, and
altout t feet between the floor and
joists, with a small window in either
side and a huge old fashioned chim
ney In one etid and the door in tbe
other. Here old "Granny" lives all
alone. In her cabin she has a small but
comfortable Ited, two or three old
fashioned chairs, a few dLsb.es and
cooking utensils, In an old fashioned
"dresser," and although she is now
passing Into her lOGth year's exist
ence, she does her own cooking
and keeps here little house In order.
and everything in it looks neat and
clean. Mrs. Mary or Polly Wright
was oorn near Winchester, Va., in
1773. Her father's name was Jacob
Null. About the year 1800 she mar
rled Bamuel Wright, and to tbe
twain were born six Bans and one
daughter In Va., but tbe old lady can
not remember now anything further
1c regard to their age-, than that
Jacob was the oldest. ' Cannot tell
which -fas next The family record
belonging to Mr. C. Wright, however.
shows that William, a son of old
Uranny aad tbe deceased hnsband of
Cat Fieri ne, was born In February,
1817. When she came from Va., she
settled near Tiffin, in Seneca county,
and has only besn living where she is
now about nine years. When young
she evidently bad a light complexion,
blue eyes, and auburn hair, and was
about 5 feet 8 inches high. Hoc can
ree tolerably well, gets about some
with tbe use of a cane, and talks as
glibly as her great grand daughter, a
fine looking lass of 17, who was stay
ing witb her. The old lady Is a veri
table living curiosity, and is probably
the only person of that age living in
Ohio. Wyandot Union.
Beecher Discourses on Bryant.
If any man could have retired be
hind a great literary reputation Mr.
ltryant was tbe man, but he felt it
his duty to do his part In the struggles
for humanity. For fifty years he had
been In the midst of ceaseless activity,
but when be reached the period In life
when most men rest, be sttll continu
ed to labor for all tbat was necessary
to the public welfare. His example
was to be commended to the yonng
men and women of tbe time. Though
an editor and a public man, be was
never bribed by honors to forsake a !
cause. From 1S30 nntil 1SG0 was the
crucial period In our history. Minis
ters, editors, teaoners, and men of
wealth and renown committed moral
suicide because they were unwilling
to speak In behalf of slaves who were
b'.ack and voiceless. Business men
were mieni, ana great wrongs were
permitted without protest. But
throughout tbat long period Mr. Brv
ant never swerved once. He was not
a "radical," but he was pronounced
and cbangelera. 'lo-day bis record Is
bright with honor. In regard to his
literary career, Mr. Beecher said it
was a great thing for a man, after liv
ing sixty yearc, to say that he had
written nothing that he would wish
to have obliterated on moral grounds.
Tbe dead poet had in advance sancti
fied literature. There was not a line
of bis poems that a mother might not
rnao ny me bedside or her dying child.
In theology he studied tbe works of
Hod. He loved nature, and in some
sense he was like the Hebrew rxiets.
He gave to the waterfowls, the rivers,
mountains, iren, and sky an interest
that will not fade. His dust was laid
away, but the poet's spirit would work
ou and on and bo blessed by Uod wbo
made 1L Jew lork Jlcraul. .
[Howard County (Ky.) Advertiser.]
How a Little Girl Faced Death.
Willie, a bright Utile daughter of
mr. t. w. Walton, died recently at
her father's residence, near Roanoke,
in the seventh year of ber age. Little
Willie bad been sick a long time, yet
she bore her affliction with all tbe pa-
nenoe ana roruiuae of one mucb
older. On the day of her death she
called aer little brother and sister
around ncr and divided among them
ber toys. She lingered nntil 7 o'clock
in the evening, without tbe least ap
parent change, in a perfectly con
scious condition, talking to those
around ber. She counted the strokes
as the clock tolled 7, and when it bad
finished she tamed to her father and
said: "Pa, I will never bear tbe
clock strike again ; give me an apple."
Tbe apple was given her, and after
eating a piece of it, she began talking
of dying, expressing a great aversion
to being put nnder tbe ground after
oeain. cue was assured tbat only the
body was buried that the spirit left
tbe body and went to heaven. This
seemed to give her great relief, and
again addressing her father, she said :
"Is ma watching for tne In heaven T"
and on being assared she was, she
said, "Turn me over, then, and let me
die." She was tenderly turned on
her aide and spoke no more. The
clock tolled 8 aU the same, but little
Willie never heard it-she was dead.
. A yocng lady In Brooklyn asked
her young man why he called ber his
Ultra, and he courteously replied It
was a Latin quotation. "This," said
he, "Is my knee, and wben I add you
to It I have my knee, plus Ultra,
"which Is Latin for 'I don't want any
thing more on my knee.' Don't you
see my darling ?" Hhe said she did.
An Eloping Party Overhauled.
The Philadelphia Timet has the fol
lowing account of an uuu-.ul ncene
in the Pennsylvania liallroail depot
In that city ou Wedufe-alay afternoon,
upon tbe arrival of Uie limited ex
pre bound north : "ia one of tbe
psrlorcars a young couple occupied
adjoining seats from Washington,
auJ the passengers and astute con
ductor soon decided that they were
newly married. The gentleman, a
fine-looking young fellow, sat with
bis back to the forward door of the
car, and while the train stood in tbe
depot, pointed out to his fair com
panion the excellent architecture of
the building, and made running com
ments upon things in general. J ant
as be was most busily engaged, a
sternly uttered 'Aha ! I've found you
at last,' caused the young lady to
scream out, 'Jimmy, there's papa!'
'Jimmy' sprang up, but the old gen
tleman, with a face red with anger,
who stood in the aisle behind, raised
bis heavy cane, and shouting, Oh,
you wretch! villain !' let it fall on
the young man's bead, stretching
him oo tbe floor. Tbe lady screamed,
'You have killed him,' and caught
tbe bead of tbe prostrate man to ber
bosom. The passengers were thrown
into confusion, and eye-witnesses
differ in statements of wbat then oc
curred, I Hit all agree that when tbe
father and the young lady appeared
at tbe door of .tie car leading tbe
wounded man out, tbe young lady's
bridal bonnet aud gray traveling
dress were stained wita blood, and
she was upbraiding the stern parent,
wbo only responded,' 'Weil, well,
dear, I am very, very sorry.' The
young man's forehead was bleeding
profusely, aud ha was evidently dazed
by tbe blow. A carriage was called
and the lcjurod man placed therein ;
tbe lady got In next, and when tbe
father attempted to enter, the dutiful
daughter but more loyal wife,
qnletly asked wbat he was
going to do. 'I am going
with "you and James to a sur
geon's.' 'Never you mind, I can take
care of him,' sturdily replied tbe
young woman, and, drawing to the
door, left the old gentleman standing
outside, and ordered the Jehu to drive
to a physician's office. Tbe old gen
tleman followed, and Dr. Thomas
Kicble get a fee from him for dressing
'Jimmy's' wound. In tbe physician's
study a reconciliation took place, af
ter which the trio drove to tbe West
End Hotel and dined. Afterward
tbey took the evening train for Pitts
burgh, thence to proceed to Fred on la,
N. Y., wbere tbe parties reside. The
old gentleman Is T. K. Hall, a retired
manufacturer, of Buffalo. His daugh
ter eloped last Friday with James R.
Francis, a railroad agent, employed
by tbe Lake Shore Road. Tbe young
man traveled witb yearly passes, and
the pursuing father had do difficulty
In tracing bis movements."
Studies of the Antique.
It was the evening after Hector
last attack upon tbe Ureen camp, and
there was a general gloom, as usual
after these matinees over the entire
community. The son of Peleus,
yawning over a volume of the report
of the committee on tbe "conduct of
the war," turned to Agamemnon
and said :
"Why were there no Democratic
papers published in Israel or Jadea ?
Tbe king of men cbewed his tooth'
pick for a few moments in deep re
flection, and then he said he dldn
know, unless It was because the
Mosaic laws were so terribly down on
all kinds of vice and Immorality.
But tbe swift-footed Achilles said
that wouldn't do at all, and Patro-
clus, dearest and most honored
among "tbe brazen-coated Achaians
In tbe war," said that maybe It was
because tbe Israslltes were a com
meroial nation, and wouldn't sell Ink
and paper on long time.
Tbe aon of Eacus shook his bead,
Tbe silver-tongued Udysseus suggest
ed that probably it was because there
were no railroads In the country,
consequently no editorial excursions
nor free passes, and, therefore, no in
ocutlve to publish a paper. But
"No ; because there Is no loiter T
in tbe Hebrew. Nothing to make
Democratic paper. Nothing to write
about. Nothing to say. How could
they spell "fraud" without in t ?"
And tbe wily Ulysses, who wasn
very well read up in politics, said that
was too deep him, and everybody
laughed, and soon after the caucus
adjourned. Burlington Hawkeyc.
Mary's Little Lamb.
The following is tbe Chinese version
or Mary and ber lamb :
Was gal name Moll had lamb,
Kio all aainee white miow,
Evly place Moll gal walkee,
11a ba hoppee long too.
We heard a son of Erin trvlnir to
surround Mary and her little lamb the
other day, and tuis is the way he nn
uerstoou u :
Begorry, Mary had a little shape.
And the wool was while Intoirl v :
An' wherever Mary wud sthlr her stamps.
lUCJuuUK HUHJMj WOUU1 UlllOW Her OOIil
Cuuncil Bluffs Vlobe.
So celebrated a poem should have a
La polite Marie had le Jane niattong.
Zee wool was hianehse as se snow.
And everywhere la belle Marie went,
be Jane muttons was cure to eo.
Imported IKt of the UUimford Adioenlr,
uui. monsieur : vou avez nn verv
large imagination : male commeut
est this, pour Deutsche :
Dot Mary baf got eln leedle scbof ;
Mil liuir yust like Home vnol ;
Und all der hlaoe dot gal did vent.
Das schafgo like em fool.
Cause and Effect.
Cheerily dawned the moraine :
Warbled the wood blids round :
When tbey broughtout the croquet wicket
adu uuu on tne croquet ground.
Drearily closed the twilight,
Hcarcel a word was said ;
But they carried him out to tbe grave-yard,
t, lui m uiauta. juiuj. on ilia neau.
This is the kind of statesman our
Flnley is :
Tbe resolution of tbe Judlclarv
uommittee was adopted by a vote of
234 yeas to 14 nays. Flnley, of Ohio,
one of tbe original revolutionists, and
most oioodtbirsty or tbem all, occu
pied perhaps one of the most ridicu
tons positions of any of his clan of
warriors. He was tbe first man In
Congress to move against tbe Presi
dentlal title, yet to-day be voted tbat
tbe result can not be changed. When
tne Hurobard movement was first
brought In, Flnley, In a demonBtra
tlve way, voted against it Pending
roll call, Foster, of Ohio, into wbose
uistricif iniey has been gerryman-
aerea, approacuea lilra and jocosely
toiu mm mat in at vote would secure
his (Foster's) election over Flnley.
uioer democrats warned Flnley that
It was a dangerous vote to cast, and.
aner tne call was ended, Flnley en
tered tbe arena, and with a similar
demonstration voted tbe other way,
A good, easy way to cook applc-
uumpuugs is to put pared and quar
tered apples in a tin pan, witb con
siderable water to cook tbem. Cover
tight with soda-biscuit crust ; leave
no vent ; cover close with another
pan Inverted upon it ; put on top of
tbe stove aud cook half an hour, or
until tbe crust and apples are done
Mpriug chicken, well seasoned and
cooked in the same way ij the best
ever ate. liiscuils cut ont or any
uougu ma. win do light wben baked.
can be dropped on top of a boiling
chicken wben nearly done. Be sure
to have it boil steadily, and do not re
move uie cover for twenty minutes.
wben they will be done, aud will be
light. K. M- W., in Inicr'Occan.
Borne one Inquires bow to cure In
growing nails on the feet. Lift up the
corner 01 tne nail ; pat underneath
" co iion ; Keep it under for a
ume, wearing shoes tight on tbe in
step ana loose at the toes, with low
ueeis. bbort, wide shoes, or high
heeled shoes or boots cause this troub
le, as well as corns and hnninm.
Laced shoes are tbe best as tattooed
shoes streUh, and let the foot down
into the toe wben walking. Keep the
corners or tbe nails well cat down.
and a cure will soon be effected, but
never if the toe press against the shoe
While watching the fisb-hatchlne
process at Havre de Grace, Maryland,
the other day, President Hayes re
marked tbat if there was auytulng
wbicb should convince a person of
the existence and universalis nf niH
it was this wonderful and practicable
exhibition of the immutable laws
which govern the least of his crea
tures. "Have vou damn sheet in vnnr
house ?" asked a guest of a fashion
able hotel, as be registered his name.
iNo," replied tbe manager, "but I'll
have a pair dampened for you if you
rue stranger retired.
Pills may sometimes fail to act ou
the livr, but sawing wik.i! never
Make yourself newsary, young
man, and your feoccees in certain.
Anger always hurts as more than
the one we get mad at.
About as low down as a man can
get and not spoil is to live ou his
I don't let ou precocious children ;
the huckleberry that ripens thequick
eat is the quickest to decay.
Everybody seems to think himself
a moral half bushel to measure tbe
When you strike oil, stop boring.
Many a man has bored clean through
and let tbe oil out at the tttoni.
Next in point of meriiness to doing
an injury is to do a man a faver
a hi every now and then remind liiui
The man who ia honest from policy
needs as much watching as a hive of
tees just ready to swarm. Josh, lid
Hug. The We tbat Mr. Hayes can be de
posed without a civil war la sheer
lunacy. There is no possibility of de
posing him within the forms of the
Constitution. If attempted it will be
either by a judicial process, as con
templated by the Maryland memori
al and the Kimmel bill, or by tbe ac
tion of C'ongreiui. The proposed ap
peal to the Supreme Courts is foolish
ness Itself. Tbe Republican majori
ty in tbat tribunal is a fatal obstruc
tion. The three Republican justi
ces who served on tbe Electoral Com
mission are committed to tbe princi
ple that there is no power to go be
hind tbe action of tbe Electoral Col
leges. Justice Hariand, who was ap
pointed by President Hayes, is vir
tually committed to tbe same princi
ple, and there needs bat one addition
al judge to make a majority of tbe
court. With only two Democrats on
tbat bench it Is preposterous to sup
pose that the four pledged Republican
Judges would not find the one addi
tional member needed to make them
a majority, it is the "height of mid
summer madness" to fancy tbat Mr
Hayes can be put out of office bv
decision of the Hupreme Court. New
A New York letter says : "One
tbe worst featuies of these cases
destitution is the great number
women wbo can do nothing in par
ticular educated, accomplished, re
fined, but unable to earn a living at
anything anybody wants done. Tbe
number of these cases is frightful.
Tbe other day, a young woman wbo
bad lost ber husband, and had been
swindled out of her property by
lawyer, applied for work. Hhe could
speak three languages and teach
four ; she could teach music : she
could copy letters, direct envelopes,
entertain tbeir eompany, sing sh
bad never made bread nor even her
own dressee, and could not read
aloud so tbat anybody would care to
listen to ber. Hhe bad good nature
and an extra boarding-house finish
but there was nobody of practical.
available training between tbe upper
and the under side of her equipment.
And ber case represents tbat of un
A most shocking tragedy occurred
on Monday afternoon of last week, in
Hon tb west tieorcia. An infuriated
man named Jonn W. Caldwell mnr
dered bis wife, beating her brains out
with a smoothing-iron. He next kill
ed three cut of four of bis children, in
tbe same way their ages ten, six and
two years. He then murdered bis
sister-in-law wbo was trying to escape
from tbe yard. After committing the
brutal crime the fiend throw himself
into a well, but failing to kill himself,
and no doubt disappointed by the on
expected shallowness of the water, he
managed to crawl out, and, going to
the top of bis house;, jumped from tbe
roof to the goound. tie was stunned
by tbe fall and was found by two ne
groes ; bat even yet death did not
come to bis relief. Recovering his
senses be dispatched the negroes for
assistance, and In their absence con'
trived to drag himself to tbe roof of
the gin-bouse, threw himself bead
long to the ground and was Instantly
killed. The mo, affecting part of the
story la tbe escape of one little child
who crawled under the house and thus
escaped the father's fury.
A tragedy occurred the other day at
Dixon, Mo. Two little girls, aged six
and eight years, were left at home
while their father, a farmer, went to
town. When he returned in tbe even
Ing be was alarmed when tbey did
not run to meet bira. He searched
tbe house for them, and at last raising
the lid of a large trunk, found tbem
both dead together. Tbe poor little
things while playing about the house
had hidden In tbe trunk In sport, and
"the spring lock tbat lay in ambush
there fastened them down forever."
Tbe mother of tbe children is a teach'
er in Ht. Louis. She intended visiting
her husband's farm as soon as tbe
summer vacation opened, and had
looked forward with great pleasure to
tbe visit. Her leisure moments for
months had been devoted to making
garments for ber darlings. Tbe shock
of the terrible and sudden news h
completely prostrated the unfortunate
The Poor Rich People.
Jennie June writes that a wealthy
real estate owner In New York a
lady, has not received a cent of in
terest money for tbe last three years.
Since January she has paid out near
ly $100,000 in assessments and taxes
and though a plain woman, living
simply, is really troubled for means to
pay her bonsebold bills. A sort of
panic seems to have seized real estate
owners, and they will almost give
tueir property away to those who will
undertake to pay its indebtedness,
Tbe recovery from such a state of
things must necessarily be slow, and
requires an amount of patience, cau
tion and wisdom which tbe specula
live mania since the war has not cul
tivated in tbe young or old.
Two years ago she graduated, and
ber essay was upon "Tbe Glorious
Fatare." "Let us try to emulate tbe
examples of tbe nobility of past gene
rations," she said, "and our aspirations
direct us toward tbe accomplish met. t
of exalted deed, and our reward shall
ba given In tbe true, tbe good, tbe
beautiful." A few days ago she was
lying on the sofa reading tbe last ln
sipid novel ; she had on an old dress,
her hair was uncombed, and a hole
in tbe heal of ber stocking added to
her picturesque appearance, while ber
mother was out in tbe kitchen doing
tne weeK's wasning ana calling In
vain for assistance. Tbe noble girl ?
An erring husband, who had ex
haunted all explanations for late
boun, and had no apology ready, re
cently slipped Into the house about
one o'clock, very softly, denuded him
self gently, and began rocking the
cradle by the bedside, as if be bad
been awakened out of a sound sleep
by infantile cries. He had rocked
away for five minutes when Marv
Jane, who had silently observed tbe
wnoie maneuver, said s "Come to
bed, you idiot ; the baby ain't there."
The flat cultivation of corn Is gen
erally considered preferable to billing
or plowing up the rows. We have
practiced tbe method for some years.
aud prefer it to plowing up ridges or
bills. Planllug In drills Is not only
more convenient, but there can be
more corn grown upon the same
ground than when in hills nr squares.
and the cultivation on the flat will be
found cheaper, aud if properly done.
equally cleanly, American Agricul
Those Awful Men.
Tbe woman's hotel in New York
"busted up" because no men were ai
lowed thereat. Tbe women could
not endure tbe absence of all tbat
makes life bright and happy. And so
tbeir splendid hotel bad to be shutun
Too bad ! too bad ! We are such fas
cinating fellows, but we can't help it,
aog gone our handsome pictures, can
we iuurungton iiawb-Zyc.
The agent of Theodore Thomas
went to a small city in Michigan to
make arrangements for a concert
He went to tbe editor of the only
morning paper in tbe place, and after
an eloquent description of Thomas,
bis orchestra and tbe beautiful classi
cal music they performed, he asked
tbe editor what be thought tbe pros
pect for business would be. "Wall,"
replied the editor, "the success of thin
Thomas troupe depends entirely upon
tbe sort of end men you have coL If
you have two durned good end men
you'll do well. But If you ain't got
good end men our people won't pat
ronize tbe show."
Two enraged duelists meet upon the
dark and bloody ground. Just as their
words are about to be banded to tbem
tbe first enraged duelist, in a voice
trembling witb suppressed bravery,
says : "One of tbe two must remain
on this field." ' You're talking." says
the second enraged daeli-t. "And It
shall be you," says tbe first enraged
duelist, "for I'm going." (Goes witb
tbe velocity of a quarter-horse. )
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Paper and Envelopes
Call on us for Oood Work
at Low Prices.
36 Market St
. More than ,(rti.i( txttU or li,e now cei-bralt-J
Onuar Liniment, were .vll I l-i
yt :ir. We aMerl wilnout tear ut -onir-flie.
tiou that no man. vin:-iu or clni-i wilt ;
that they did not perform areonllng to the
aUvertfc-ruent. We do not preU-n-i that trie
taUar Llalis-at- will men l a i.n.K.
lec or tierloriu lmpoiiiiiUUe, but we d
Hay and maa Mint these Liuimi'nU wil
oouie nearer worklne miracles than any
tbing ever before discovered. We have
thoaianda of eertiflcates showin? how re
markable cure ol otnUnale case or Kheu-
maJUrn. Neuralirla. Sciatica, l.akej Krpxsis
Fouwnoai Biun, Bcalds and Bams, (Swelled
Lm and Stiff Jolnia. etc.. Have betn etl.-rt
edtylt. Tbe certificates all read one wit.
and the Hale la constantly lncreamug. We
will send tbefte certificates eratis. h,.me
them ruay be found around each botllu ot
Liniment. The Llnlinenla are quiet, they
are reliable, tbey are safe and they are
cheap. Aiuone the lnirredlenu ued are
Wlich Hazel. Carbolic, Naphtha, Koclc Oil.
Mentha aud Arnica. There la no tleh, bone
or muscle aliment whicit they will not re
lieve and benefit. The Walt Ceatanr
LJalmratu for tbe human frame, while
the Yellow IJsl-mest in adapted to the
tuueh muscled and fibre, of homes and aui
mala. s'orMtifl Joints, Lameiie.vi, t-paviu
Hiue-bone. Hweeney. Galls, Foil-evil. etc..
the Yellesrlw-aur Uui meat la worth
11m weluht in eold to every lariner, livery
man. teamster and owner of animals. A
HlDgJe botUe has put a disabled horse in the
harness, and a lew uotiies nave rennered
nxeleiu siiavined hone worth two hundred
dollars. There is no mistake about these
Liniments. Tliegre simply wonderful,
and they are naturally nndiug their way
Into tbe uttermost parts of the earth, no
family should be without them. They are
uanuy as well as curiam.
46 liav Ht nr. York.
May be made healthy anil mrong by the
use ot i r. niener a -wioria, a jx rieti
substitute for factor Oil. It contains no
morphine and Is superior to any syrup or
remedy In use. The 1'iMlerl-t is particular
ly recoimnouded for children. 11 destroys
worms, assimilates the fod, aud allows
natural sleep. Very efficacious lu t roup
and for children Teeiiunir. For oiu.,
Keverishness. Disorders of the Bowela i
Htomacn Complaints, nothing is so effec
tive. It Is as pleasant to take as honey
eosu but & cents, and cau be bad of any
This ia one of many testimonials :
CoBirwAix, Libahon Co., March 17,
"Dear Sir. I have used your Castor! a in
mv Dractiee for some time. I take ureal
pleasure iu reccOHVtnendiny U to Uie profession
as a safe, reliable, and agreeable medicine.
It is particularly ailnpUd to ehitilren where
tbe repugnant taste of Cantor Oil renders it
ao difficult to administer.
K. A. EN DEUX, M. D,
Mothers who try Castori A will find that
they can sleep nUhls and that their babies
will be healthy.
J. B. ROSK A Co., New Yotk.
JONES & BRO.
THEIR STOCK OK GOODS
TG HO. 5 EMPIRE BLOCK,
AN1 HAVE RECEIVED
A KKW LINK OK
HITS, CAPS,B00TS shoes
AND A UKNERAL MTOCK OK
Call aud see them.
JVTo. 5 Empire Block,
. - $100,000
W P NOBLE
J A BLAllt
. AsVl Cashier
DI RECTO RM :
W P NOBLE, J A MoKAKI.AND,
JMKAULL. I LHtJOHN,
JA.ULA1K, K JUNKS,
Dials nt -
GiTenmnt ul Ltol Booda ul Sccnri&s
GOLD AND BILVKK COIN,
Foreign and Domestic Exclianqet
From and after this date tills lank will
lRKue CertinrAI r Ifteno-ll lie:irluF In
terest aa per agreement. 1IkcouiiIs aer
or every uescripuou sua does a general
City Book Store and News Room
D KALES IU
Books, Stationery, Notions
SKEM1I A AXKRim MRIODICAt
CALX AUD EXAM 1KB Till STOCK
I will also continue to attend to my dntl
HoUr) ribllc aad Collector.
A lareeqnantMy of CIDER VINEUAtt fo
ale tn any quantity.
oilf-lrr PHILIP EMICH.
Aycr's Hair Vigor,
FOR RESTORIKG GRAY HAIR
To its Natural Vitality and Color.
sickness, care, dls
pnKiliiiu, all turn
the hair irniy, slid
either of lliein In
cline It to shed
Viwih. l,y lone
and extensive u:
.1 1 ......
jiifcfi fintveu iiiiii ii
stops the falling
fri. -i . ' of the hair liuiuu-
V-vJ.jf- dau.ly. oflea re.
news tbe growth ; and always sorely re
store its color, when failed" or gray. Jt
stimulates the nutritive organs to henlthy
activity, and preserves both the hair nn-1 its
beauty. Thus brashy, weak or sukly hair
becomes glossy, pliable and strengthened ;
lost balr retrows with lively expression ;
fulling balr is checked and established : thin
balr thickens : and faded or eruv hairs re
sume tbeir original color. Its operation is
sure aud harmless. It cures dandruff, heal
ail humor-, and keens Hie bc&Id cool, clean
and soft under which eondiuous, diseases
ot the scalp are Impossible.
As a dndng for ladles' balr, the Vioor Is
praised tor Its grateful and agreeable per
fume, and valned tor the soft lustre and
aad richness of tone It Imparts.
Practical aad Analytical Chemists.
Sold by aU Drvagisls and Dealers
aaa fk erMUthsar-lsBislt
fl II money. II yen ran t
Mill I I- s-et .ld yn can a-et
U taf la) Baf I a-reeaaacam. W need
a ia e rry tmwm take tab.
serlpUons for the 1 are est, cheaDest and best
lUuatrated family puhllcaUon in the worhU
Anyone can bocome a iceoasrui aneuu
Tb rpoat eleeant works of art given free to
suhserlhera. The rrice is so low that almost
everybody obHcribra. One agent reports
maatnf over iiju in a weea. a lady ayt-ut
reports taking over 4ou subscribers lu uu
days. All who engage make money fast.
X oa ean uevoie an jour uuie to the Dull
ness, or only your spare time. You need
not be away from borne over night. Vou
can do It as well as others. Full particulars,
direct kihs and terms free. Klegaal and ex
pensive outfit free. If you waut prut table
work aend us your address at once. It cois
nothing to try the baa! net. No one who
rnrscta falls to make treat pay. Address
THE ftUfLfa JoLh.NAL," Portland,
SELF - BINDER !
Yarrantsd io Give Satisfaction,
r to !n, or the
Sample at Ketl Front Tin
ami Stove Store.
ALU" AGENT For. THE
Bullalo Pitt Separator.
SAMUEL EOSNEE, Agent.
TiFFix, O., May 1, l?7x
Jewelry Store has been Removed
Commercial House Eloci,
Where will lc found all the
LATEST PATTERNS OF
At Prices to suit Everybody. Give ns a call.
ROB T SULLIVAN'S
A KPLENDill LINK OK
Ladies' Misses' &. CliilJrcn'a
In Kid and tlont, for Spring and Hummer
Wear. Ai.su a Full Line of
In Luckle, Lultoncd mid Lace Cut, and
AT VERY LOW 1TJCES.
rnslom Work ami KeDalrlas a Roe
Uou I forget the plrtce.
KUUEliT LLI VA W.
31 TS Ho. 2 Empire lilock.
This ib the AMUKOTU that lUngnuda
This is the Cure thnt by
In the Aubkosia that Mas mJ.
This in the Man who was bald i
Who n:w h-s raven locks, tb7 say.
lie tist-ii inc cure mat i.nr
lu the AuuituciU that Kin? made.
This is the Mwlcn, handsome and
Who married the man once bald and
Who now hu Tavrr I locks, they T.
Ilu sst.l the AlluiuxlA mat King
This ia th Parson, who. bv the wv,
Harried ttc nuulcn, handsome aad
Tn thf man once bald and frrav.
Hut who now hu raven lucks, thej
Itccautti he used the Cure that lay
lu the AmbuodU that ivlog nude.
2r) This is the Tkll that rtn?s away
' -' :i .To aroiiHO the motile sad and car
' (lnto this fct, which here does lay-
taV L ie Vic Ajmxuma UuiX JUug made
COKPDUNDE.0 AT THE CHEMICAL LABORATORf
Tutts' Ual75r:al Paia Ersiicator,
MANCHESTER. N- H.
Eor Pale by
f. V. MARql'ARDT,
DruKS, Medicines, Fancy tlood
Window Bhades. etc. Tillln, O
O YEARS TO PAY FOtt A FAU.TI.
$4 to SIO Per Acre.
HVc'h and IHapIo Land in llchl?an
lit the IHILLIO. At KKUK.INT ol
Hie Cirand Kspidsand lnliaua,
itaiiioad 4 vuiau .
Strong soil -sure crop plenty ortli-i-
JiT aio drought i hlsih buju
Rssnlnx stream pure water- ready
niHrsriH-M-nmiiii -if aim.au com
pleted tltrouU centre ol lliecraul,
Scud lor pamphlet, Enclila or
AddrcoM V . O. Ill fill 1RT.
(.RAM) It AIM US, iUH II.
LOOK AT THIS!
THE PATRONS SUPPLY STORE
n Tillln, In addition to keeping a Knll Line
of OIUX'KKIKM, HAKDWAKK, rF-KUr!
of every description, are now selling ize
t'elcl.rated 11 1 8BAKD RKAI'KK and
noWF.R. mnnnfnctnre! nt Fremont, OhHi.
The HASMI.I.OM HAK1K11 :K, with
Automatic Wire Hinder, and Minnesota
One Man Cord Binder Attachment. Five
Different Mr let of Torn .Plows. Check
How aud liri.l lorn 1'ianters, for one ami
two horses. Ijoomi--- Jiyinsns rJteel and
Cast Plows. Oale Chilled Plows. Victor,
ht. Jobnand iteujinion hewing Ma
Look to your Interests and examine our
gootii before pnrcba.uui;.
Xo, 3 Xat. Hall Llock.
n21 tf c. C. PARK. AgrnL
'-Petrolcnm V. "ia-.by" la the Taled
Bla4le. "Anion" the scores of preparations
for rentorlii" gray hair to Its natural color,
aud picducini; new hair on heatis denuded
by ai or other cause, lung's Anihrr-tla
ranks amoni; tlie lx-,L The writer of these
lines has hair of the "color ot Uie raven's
win" and neds nothing of the sort, hat
has M-t-n men ol seventy, whose locks had
been silvered by ae, made young airuln so
far as the hair was eoneerned, by this splen
did preparation. It will, beyond ail out
turn. Kive lile and color to the hair. It con
tains nothing injurious, and actually per
forms what its inventor claims lor IU We
know the linn ot E. M. Tuhlis 9t ".. and
know thciu lo be ireutietn'U of honor and
probity, whor:e st:tlciuciiiN are woituy ol
GEG. H. MUSS1
LOOMB1 STGNE FROST
IS 11 KAlKJt'AKiT.U- !!:
All Kinds of
For youn and old.
AlMins, Pocket Books,
TOYS li"'1 KveryUjlDS ln tue iioiid9v
rictures a Specialty J
The FINEST ever brought to the city.
Don't fall to call and be made happy for
a very little money. UKO. K. liLHH.
People are getting acquainted ami tbrw who
are not ought to be wuo thewoadcrful s.-rlt-n ot
that great American lUineUy, the
FOR MAS AND BEAST.
Thlsllnlment very naturallr orlirlnstcd In Ameri
ca, where Katnre provides In her laboratory -net
rarpraung antidotes for the maladies ol brrchU
oml lu fame has been spreading for Z years.
until now It encircles the habitable globe.
The Hexlcaa Mustang Liniment faiamatclilCM
rcmrdy for aU external ailiuents of saan ami Is.t.
To stock owners and farmers it la Invaluable.
A aliurlo bottle often saves a human life or re
ctores tho asetutneAj ol aa excellent huw. ox.
cow, or sheep.
It cures foot rot, bnofjUl, hollow born. grub.
screw-worm, shoulder rot, mange, the bites and
stings of poisonous reptiles and Insects, and every
such drawback to stock breeding and bush lire.
It cares every external trouble of hornes, suck
as uunCDcas, scratches, swuuiy, sprains, loauder,
wind gall, ring bone, etc, etc
The Kexlcan Xostang Liniment It the qnlckect
enrr In tho world for aedilcnts orc-aring in tlM
family, la the absence of a physician, such a
barns, scakh), sprains, cut, etc., end for rhi-unia.
tlara, and surfaces engendered by evpnsure. 1-ar.
tlcnlarly valuable to Miner j.
It H the cheapest remedy In the world, Vtt it
De net rates the muscle to the lionc. and a singlo
application Is gi'm rally sulhelent to cure.
Mexican Mustan-Unlim-nt M put tip In three
sizes of buttlej, tlM! Iari!i r ones U-lna pnHcrtloa
at.-ly mueh lbt elMt-- t. t.4.1 everywhere.
-IX AH OPENED A FIXE-
In Heuey'8 Block, Washington iL, and will
keep the bar stocked with the
Host Brands of
ALE, BEER, WINES,
LIQUORS, CIGARS, Etc.
All lovers of the beverage are Invited to
can, as we "siuuy to please."
Cold Lunches, Sand
Her ved at all hours and on short notice.
N. I!. Johnny Knllnr has been egaged as
ejvrk, aud would like lo meet ail ol his old
Tifln 1Mb '1h:h.
i n-, ,.-1
AnJ M STKIJi of American and Italian
Done to mr at prices as low an tbe lowest
Works on WaslUa ton street Wire
NEW LIVEEY !
Has porcl.ad the Livery htahle at Ihe
Commercial House Rarn
And asks tlie pohlle for a sham of natron
ace. Kveryiluii is new Ic the burn
and like public cau al ways get
Gixxl Horses and Fine
At Uea-onahle It-itc.
Call and sec Uie new arrangement,
For all tin.Li of JOB PRINTING
prices to suit the times.
lUlii Z: -;
i I !;r:i.u.
.1 : -.iii
It. I !
Crocker and Glassvare
John N. Jenten,
Crockery awl Glassware Store
In Kast' Hnrlc, on Sut.i V"n.,inr!oii St.,
ituuirU.it.VM li the iuti.tc tt.nt lu Hill
uu u:utl lr s:tlt every id', ni: ua!. k
ti rtrHl-srla.s. slnrt? t Hi w kiiut.
Uciucm-M r the ji.u-f
I 1S'8 8, OtilO.
W. ll AMKKItLIM,
It. KltfMlT, - -
- - - C't-.iiler.
J. H.lt! J. I). I I...MIP,
A. K. HOVCV, A.U.MNCATH,
J. M. NltuiH, K. W.SllaWilsN,
rL T. HTIl KN1 .
a o vrci ."n-mkist rr
Local Bonds and Soeurilios
QoJil and Silver Coin,
rcrolsn and Domestic Iirhinsc, Etc.
lames CKKTlr"ICATF or DKPOSIT lsnr
InglnleieHl: Di.counLs Psper of every de.
scripiuin Hid due-s Uencrai i:uuKuis 1U1
LAFAYETTE PLUGS 1
GEO. II03IAX, rroprlclor.
SEA n THE :. .1 O. A . i C, X. tC V. HA A-
no An oxroTx, TiFh.o
This If Iiis Iri-i-ii n.-wlv fiu tiishr.! nnl
re Illicit i;; i .illonl-4 (iiiiort;tbltT u-t-imi.ii-
iluliftii!. i.r the Uavcliiiji cttiuniiuiity and
Tii-fjn.O., April 1st, Ists. n'JS Cln.
KTJDER to FREY
ntKRitur a.tMHiTi KMs
TOP It? -5-1 1 S,
on:' r 11 Cannes,
And every s! nil of IUnl Vi lileKn on hsii-J
or lil'iue ui oroor.
We Use Ids Bes! Material
Aud oar Work Ls viial to the Lest In ths
SARYEN'S PATENT WHEEL
And all other late and vnlnuhle linprove-
m;nts, are nsel in the niunuhurturo of our
Vehicles. We iiurpiiw always to iii;niuhu
Latent Style of Carriages
And defy com pet II Ion, i-'t'i In t iieflne k
KEPAISINU J'KOKFTL? 1TTKHUK3 TO.
Boom and Whop on Mai Set Urcet, wo t
sliloof rtamlnsky liiver.
Jnno I j. laTl.-tl r- u iir.i. a r nr. .
Cor, Washington and Perry Sis.,
Entrance on IVrry Slrct't.
Mutnv.Ui -t. Mil1 r ami t t-r thirty in thr
llneol tUmki i:iii'lir.f l-ii t-y m- if tr;- l---t
ut My I, nn-1 al raiiaiii ful-n. 01 JI-mks
re-unuii'l. Ir.'u in : a l.
ry n "! fully.
ZT77 U W. IMMKK
WENNER & CO.
7i vJ Vf-
Jt ircroii .St., Tiffin,Olifo,
Have on hand a iar-.: and tint s'.ork
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons.
W'KN.NKIt t o.
17IdK AMKI.IA KKA.M
lj mdifl"! Hist Hir:im M
. Mi.nr ii.l on
the Wo davot May. W, tne lui pet.lioi. lu
ll.el VinrLi.f t otiiiiioli l'ir:i. Wl!lnu :.lnl lor
the t.ounty r .Hei. 4 and .S'.iite ol Hiii,,,
rtiariflu-said defendant wl'h three year. f
Wllllui alnenee, ami ask:!::; that he 1-r
divore-d from tlieaul Kiie Amelia V ran
ees Khaw, whi'h --iilM.u will hia:d lor
luiriox in "is wf ks alter; 't e firt .ubli
lion ol tins notice. Impositions
atiove nu s-'nl 1-3 1-lSe
l:iiiaiiii!i, ! Superior
Ohio, between the hour
July 1, l'Ti. Sl'Ot
All y lorl'i'ir.
Don on Khort Notl.- and
prices at this orflce
t fair livluit
I L jt-J. :--L-if.: m" ' t J
! if.-. - --T-- rr,rrr J" -s --TTiir; J
! f i i i l - -; i; J
WV wni:M st:;te t. the puMie t'n.ii we ai.- now pr-prca to do all kindscf
Iron, Slate & Tin Roofing.
Our V. -.1'.,..; i-i concd.sl the best now in ne : It U fii.-nper th in Shingles and will
i:ut much lou-.-r, au.l is
FIRE A&D LIGHTNING ITwOOF.
We are Sole Alv
OHIO STOVE CO.'S, STOVES.
AT WHOLESALE I'UlObis.
TIN. SHEET-IRON AND CurPEll WARE.
House - Furnishing Goods.
Von cau jet anythln'' you waul lu the U.iusf Kurnisliln UjoU Line.
SILVER, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, a Large Variety.
House Spouting an.1 Job Work of Every Description,
Done Promptly anil at Bottom Prices.
MYERS & CO. -
HEILM1H & Ml
Stoves, Tin Ware
IRON andT!N ROOFING,
And all kimlKif Jolt wnKlv done
in a woikiiiaultke i.iaiuu r.
FINE AND CHEAP
JHE ARE THE CHEAPEST, gang plows
BEST tACOLUMS ft GO'S. k"Esl
m '-1 1 .x - - . . ifca
Mow Come Along
A KJ till IV UllUiJU
HIS COQE THE LARGEST AND FfMFST IM TIFFIH
And our Trices aro
Our rxxlsnre of the Very Best .Makes, and
li lit ; an. I it tliMl UomIh, well
we are Isiuud to
LION HALL CLOTHING STORE
Von will And the Largest Kuek of liissls In Ihe city, lit the
Latest Spring anil Slimmer Slilcs.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CASS1MERES, WOBSTEDS,
And tlxsl, of all kind. I Invite all who wish the Best and Latest Kfyles, and heat Bt-lii.-
suii.s, at Ihe lowest xft-xihle prices, to call on lue and they will Und the idlest Btylenof
Harry l.nlx, one of the he-t entters In the Htato will Insure
t tin: ulaee-KlliN OK 1 11K1.1U.N
.1011 INIILH.irs I.OTIll.M, HOLME, TIFri, O.
! !!:(;!; imios.
MAM r.M iritKIM
F4RL0R SUIIS OF SEVEN PIECES FOB S5D HQ
Dressing Case Snits, Full Marble, for $60.00.
Fine CAN I) I ES ami NUTS of all Varieties.
Staple Croceries, Hams Choice
Warm Meals or Liiwh at all Hours.
H'AVI H-M I U K- WAHHINtrTON rT ,
OffOHIT COL'Kl UL
nts.f.r tlie tvtebrtite.1
AND PRICES SEND
U 212 WATER ST
Nrw YnDa rrrv
Beets and Sbes
Frsn Sunning 078iy
Ripping in the
Lower than Ever.
vre have put lliern ilown to the Lowest fash
made, t Ixiw Prices will do It,
sell you K'sxlx.
J. II. KUEBLEK.
a perfeet lit. Don't for
AM) DKAI.KItS IN -
Cigars and Tobaccos of all Kinds