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JtUBIK BOARD PrBLIO WORKS,
RBP1UMBNTATIVE IS eOKGRiina,
UPTON F. CRAMER.
CLKKK OP COrRT,
JAMES T. BOYD.
JAMES J. ZINT.
NATHANIEL G. HAYWARD.
The project of baUdfbs; t tret ra.il
road la being ta&ed of In 8andaky.
Judge Jackaon, lornaerlj oFthis
Judicial Dialrlot la making greenback
(Senator Bayard, of Delaware, Derso
crat, ban announced h la belief In H4C
retary fberman'a Gninelal Idtaa and
Tba Ohio Bute fair 1U be held at
Columbus, commencing on Monday,
Bep. 3, and continuing nntll Friday
The Mahoning County Democrata
have decided to dlrlde the county of
fice with the Nationals, acd Lave
nominated a ticket composed of men
of bo Lb parties.
Preparations were made at Toledo
to receive President Hayea en last
Monday evening, but be and bis par
ty went west via Festorla and the B.
& O. railroad.
The list of deaths from yellow ferer
In the South on Saturday last is ap
palliog, bet Is greatly surpassed in
cumber by the list of bankrupt who
filed their petitions on that day, con
tinuing till midnight. Chicago stands
first, with 375.
The elements enterlug Into the In
diana canvass are very "tony." A
Republican candidate la charged with
kid gloves, and a Democratic candi
date with having lace on bis night
shirt. Tiie nerves of the people
should be agitated like the U1I or a
lamb Imbibing nourishment from Its
other In the usual way.
Hergt. Boston Corbett, who shot
John Wilkes Booth, baa written to
the Poatmater General, from Cam
den, N. J., asking employment in the
potitofflce tnere. He aaya be baa
never held a position under the Gov
ernment, although be thinks his
services deserve reward. A modest
place will satisfy him.
By the way, F'inley Is trying hard
to explain bis vote on tba wool tar-
riff. In the explanation, be man
ages to make It appear that be would
au arrange the tariff as to knock the
entire bottom out of protn.Unp,
that the handiwork of cheap foreign
labor would compete on equal terms
with the artloles made by the wort
Ing men of this country. He should
he choked off, else, :e will driva every
laboring man from bins. His train'
era must take him !n band.
The awful state of affairs la the yel
low fever sections of the South is de
scribed In the following special to tbe
Enquirer, dated Monday last :
At Elm wood, Term., tbe coffins are
piled up In tiers, notwithstanding
big force la constantly employed dig
ging gravea. it Is the same case at
all burylug-crounds. Not lees than
twenty applications were made at tbe
office or the Board of Health to
day to bave dead bodies burled. Some
bad been dead alnce Friday and
Saturday, and were In an advanced
aiaie or aecompoeiiion. Two were
reported at No. 10S Vance street, no
living person being aoout tbe bouse
or knowing anything about them
At No. 100 Madison street a dead
white woman waa reported, who had
evidently died alone. Her body lay on
the floor behind tbe bed, where she had
fallen and died. A dead body waa
discovered in a bouse on Union
street, nearly devoured by rata. At
au old shanty In an unsettled part of
Chelsea a body waa found whlob bad
been dead einoe Friday, the flesh
railing rrom me oones. These are
but a few f tbe reports made yester
GOLD AND SILVER IN THE MAILS.
A Gazette special from Washing-
ten says of the transportation or gold
and ailver In the malls :
Tbe Postofflce Department has
taken Important action with regard
to tba transportation of gold and
sliver coin through the mails. A cir
cular la now being prepared directing
x-oeiomce omciais 10 receive gold and
silver coin aa third class mail matter,
in packages not to exceed four
pounds In weight, at tbe rate of
one cent postage per ounce, with an
additional charge ot ten cents for reg
istration, una ibonsand dollars in
coin (wnicn weighs lour pounds) can
be thus reelstered from San Francisco
to New xork for sixty-four cents.
Some gold baa already been sent as
letter matter, which costa $3 84 per
pound. Tbe new system of registra
tion or tbira ciasa matter will go In
effect October 1.
Tbe Cleveland Herald's Fremont
special dispatch of the 1st Inst, aaya
of the story In reference to Webb
Hayea and the daughter of tbe saw
mill owner at Fremont :
Webb Hayea laughed at the report
which waa first printed In the Wash
ington mtar and has been going the
rounds of all tbe papers in the United
(States, that ne was about to marry
the daughter or a fremont saw-mill
owner bearing tbe euphonious title of
Hannah Boggs. I axked why be did
not bave the story denied, aa I under
stood it to be untrue.
"Oh ! That would tend to make it
worse. It would take about as much
time to bave It corrected, and it
would be apt to keep up a stir In tbe
papers aa long as tbe report of the
marriage has done."
I Informed btm that I should deny
tbe story on his authority, but be ap
peared to take little Interest in tbe
8. P. Keeler. of tbe Fremont Jour
nat, aaya that Webb Hayes oould not
bave engaged himself and cannot be
spliced to a young lady named Han-
nab Koggs, aaugnter or a saw mill
owner or Fremont, for several reasons.
First, there Is no young lady named
Hannah Boggs that Webb la ac
quainted with; second, there is no
eucb person who ia the daughter of a
aaw mill ewner, so far as he la aware
of ; third, there ia ne such girl or any
aaw mill man named Boggs in Fre
mont ; and foorth, Webb Hayea has
not yet made his life choice. All or
which Mr. Keeler respectfully sub
mits for the consideration or a long
Now let us have a rest. F.aatern
papers, Uke notice.
All. who suffer from Dropsy, and
Kidney Diseases,can be cured by using
Hunt's Remedy, the great Kidney
Medicine. Hunt's Remedy i purely
vegetable, and used daily by our best
Physicians In their practice. All
Diseases ot the Kidneys, Bladder, and
Urinary Organs, are cured by Hunt's
Gen. Wm. H. Gibson
Will address the citizens of Veulce
Towniblp and vicinity at
On the Iwubfl of the campaign, on
Saturday Afternoon Sept, 14th.
Let the people tarn out and bear a
fair and eloquent presentation of the
Tbe Greenback Is the child of Re
publican patriotism. Barn of rebel
lion and cradled In the conflict, It
was tbe star of hope and promise of
redemption to struggling liberty.
Persecuted In its Infancy by the
Uerods and High Priests of Democ
racy, who sought tbe young child's
life, It was Jeered for Illegitimacy by
the Pendletona ; buffeted for vaga
bondism by tbe Vallandlghama ;
mocked with a crown of raga by the
TDnrmana, and crucified by Copper
heads and parricides on the cross of
treason ; and now, In Its re-ascended
estate and glory of matured strength,
tbe bondmen to whom It gave free
dom, the heroes to whom It gave vic
tory, tbe patriots to whom It restored
country, bave sworn that Its old
arch-enemy shall not crucify It anew
by substituting tbe worship of their
spurious god ; but, receiving from
gratitude a crown of gold and silver,
It shall reign. Judge West1 Speech
Saturday last tba Greenbacks
tbia county held their first convsntlon
at tbe Court House. After tbe ap
pointment of committees In tba fore
noon, considerable time wan spent on
tba money question that la, to find
out tbe way and means to raise mon
ey to pay for speakers who bad been
here formerly and for future expenses.
Tba subject did not Interest the con
In the afternoon, after tba an
nouncement that Dr. Frailer had been
selected as President, Wm. Gordon
Vice President and O. B. Sella and J.
W. Kagy Secretaries, and tbe re
ports of tba regular committee bad
been read, tbe nomination of candi
dates waa entered upon.
B. F. Seipie, of Bloom, was present
ed for Probate Judge. Mr. Seipie
stated that be waa not a candidate
that tbe office ought to be held by
one who knew something about law.
Ha did not want offlce. Thereupon
some ona jumped up, we think It was
a Seitz, and said that Mr. Seipie was
Just tbe man. We don't want office
seekers, and I would be In favor of
putting such fellows out. Mr. Siple
waa nominated by acclamation.
For Clerk the names of J. H. Car
penter, Venice, and O. B. Seitz, Eden,
A ballot resulted as follows :
For Auditor J. H. Carpenter
nominated by acclamation.
For Sheriff were present ed Jacob
Wlndnagle, of Reed, and C. H. Sbrey
This la tba ballot :
Wind aula (
W. H. Gordon and H. D. Snyder,
of Tiffin, were announced for Record
er. The ballot resulted
Uordoa , 78'
For Commissioner, Jos. D. Ryder,
Liberty, Samuel Orel la, Eden, and D.
EL Patterson, Bloom, were presented.
One ballot aettled tbe question :
Nicholas Lauer, of Loudon,
nominated by acclamation for
The residents or the local organ
izatlons were constituted a Central
Committee, and the Convention ad
There was a very fair repreeentatlou
of delegates from all parts of the
county, and there were a great many
others present to see what the new
party would do. J. T. Martin and J.
W. Paine aeemed to be tbe leading
spirits of tbe Convention.
MATTERS IN GENERAL.
Youngs town bas a man who refused
to accept a telegraphic dispatch from
NewOrleana because of tbe fear or
the yellow fever.
Tbe Bankrupt Law died on Satur
day last Nobody will mourn Its de
mise, except those who wished to
cheat tbelr creditors.
Tbe Rev. Joseph Cook will begin
his lectures In TremoD I Temple, Bos
ton, November fi. There wilt be
twenty lectures La the course.
In oonnectlon with the Pnt-ln-Bay
conflagration do not forget to note
brethren, that John Sherman's reoent
visit Is doubtless at tba bottom of the
mischief. Cleveland Herald.
Miss Emma Abbott will make her
first appearance In "Faust," at the
Park Theater, Brooklyn, on tba 17th
of September, with tbe Hesa English
A fat woman of Corinth, Miss.,
drank ash-bark tea to make her lean,
and she skipped for the better land
just two hours ahead of a lean woman
who was eating gum-arabic to make
ine numoer or innocent young
girls who marry men, believing tbey
can break them of their bad habits
and tng them off to church twiae
every Sunday, does not diminish la
Tbe Solid Soutli is suffering terribly
from yellow fever. The Solid North
is responding to call for aid very
generously. Might not soma of the
sectional differences between the two
be mitigated In this way ?
Colonel Thomas EL Soott, tbe Penn
sylvania railroad magnate, Joins his
testimony to that of Mr. Vanderbllt
tbat the worst bas been passed In
business complications, and tbat tbe
country is again on tbe high road to
Hurat Haistead hastened to Paris to
meet Mrs. EL and welcome to this
world of aln and sorrow another heir.
Mr. Halite ad ia now tba proud father
of a round dozen of little Halataads.
Bismarck's love for bis wife and
children is very great, and these at
tend on bim and take care of him In
way which abowa tbat tbe deepest
affection unites them to tbe bead of
The cocked bat worn by Napoleon
Bonaparte during bis Russian cam
palgu was sold at auction tba other
day, and brought $35. In 1862 one or
Bonaparte's bats sold for $760. This
would indicate tbat Imperial relics are
a discount In Republican France.
Bsecber told a Western reporter
that be love J to steal awhile away
and enjoy a soul bath in solltuile. An
account of the Interview was pulj
llshed under the heading : "A Rad
Case of Psychological Sand and Scrub
Two Boston women doctors com
menced to diH"t a or.rpae In an un
dertaker's shop In New York, in
plain view of passers l y. Quite a
crowd collected, among them several
policemen. The show closed.
Mitts Fanny Washington Finch, the
great-grand-niece of Washington, and
supposed to be bis nearest living rela
tive, is keeping a boarding house in
Washington, and bas recently had
her furniture attached by a landlord
Kearney swore 63 times In bis
speech at Cincinnati Saturday night,
and tbe Enquirer estimates tbat If be
were fined for the offense according to
law, his fine would amount to
for tbat one evening's amusement
Parke Godwin Is just back from
Europe, and bis first experience Is not
altogether agreeable. Tbe New York
custom-bouse authorities bave seized
his trunks, on the charge tbat they
contain dutiable goods, which Mr.
Four boys, wbl!e whistling "Grand
father's Clock," and "Whoa Emma,"
a few dsya ago, were killed by light
ning. (This is a falsehood but is it
a sin to lie for a gocd, wholesome
purpose ? AU of this paragraph out
side of tbe parenthesis should be read
to tbe boys.) Nomstown Herald.
A special train or thirteen cars w.
provided to carry tbe guests rrom San
Francisco to tba recent reception
which was given on the occasion of
the entrance or Mr. Sharon's daughter
Flora into society. California beats
the world occasionally, but this Is too
mnch for this world.
Victoria la reported to have sald(
not long ago, when ahe bad given an
order to one of ber domestics, "I am
Queen of Great Britain and Empress
of India, but I bave not power enough
to make one of my servants put coals
on the fire If ahe bas been hired to
look after the bed chamber."
A Massachusetts lady, name with
held, bas lately made a donation or
$25,000 for tbe endowment of a Theo
logical professorship In Oberlln Col
lege, Truly it Is a noble gift, and
Oberlln College is a worthy recipient
for auoh a donation.
A hundred and ten foot pole waa
raised at an Indiana Republican con
vention a few days ago, and a ban
ner run upon It, bearing tbe words,
"Grant for President In 1SS0." That
might appropriately be termed "a
straw," one hundred and ten feet
Congressman Hale and Mayor
Broadman, of Belfast, Me., went out
the other day to attend a bard-money
meeting. Not being sure of their
way, tbey applied to Captain Baker,
a Greenbacker, for Information, and
Captain Baker gave them such direc
tions that they were unable to reach
the ground till long after tbe meeting
was over. When tbey returned with
all their speeches In them, Mayor
Broadman sought out Captain Baker
and smote blm on tbe nose.
Tbe brave man In lll-laled Grenada
Is Bill Redding, tbe telegraph opera
tor. He Is at bis post almost day and
night working like a bero, with
rag filled with carbulic acid tied
around bla neck.
P. S. He bas alnce did rrom tbe
A postal card written by W. V
Whitney, of Toledo, aboard an Union
Pacific train en route, aud dated Aug,
IUtb, aaya : "We bave just passed tbe
Wheelbarrow Man near Carter Sta
tion, 910 miles from Omaha, and 1010
miles this aide of 'Frisco, H looks
well bnd makos good time ; Is 20
days ahead of time. I threw him
some cigars and a lot of papers."
Charles Dwlgbt, of Wheeling, took
down his rifle Tuesday morning and
made thirty-nine consecutive bull's
eyes at eight bum' red yards, and Fri
day morning tbe Associated Press
telegraphed blm all over the country
as "Professor" Dwlgbt This is glory.
"Prof." Dwlght attended a shooting
match In this city not long since.
A Bergen couuly man pleasantly
sat down at breakfast, and bis loving
wife said, "Darling, does your bead
ache?" He replied with sufficient
dignity, "No ; why should you ask?"
And she said back, "Weil, dear, you
came In at 3 o'clock this morning,
and, as you couldn't bang your bat on
the rack, you put tbe rack down on
the floor, and said you'd bang every
bat in tbe bouse on it ; and I thought
yonr head might ache."
Thomas Fallon loved Carrie Cohen
of Baxter street. New York. Thomas
was a Catholic, Carrie an Israelite,
Cohen's father opposed the match, and
forbade further associations. Carrie
apparently acquiesced. Meanwhile
ahe got ber "duds" together, met ber
lover "on tbe sly," they were married,
and the old man was duly Informed
that he could call on them at Phila
delphia. Sixty-five wouuded soldiers rrom
tbe Soldiers' Home in Washington
bave volunteered to go Into the yel
low fever districts to serve as nurses,
watchmen, or In any other capacity,
without other compensation than
their expenses. Their generous pro
posal has been telegraphed to Memphis
and other cities, but none will be ac
cepted except those who have bad
Rav. Henry Ward Beecher went
down In a Nevada mine, a few days
ago, and the vicious character who
served as bis guide, knowing the
eminent divine's theory regarding the
existence of a bell, took care that be
should be clothed In tbe warmest of
woolen clothea before starting. His
experience when be got down into tbe
torrid regiona of tbe earth was calcu
lated t thoroughly shake his faith In
his own doctrines.
Tbe funniest somnambulist to date
is the Herkimer county lover who
rose from bis bed one night recently
and walked a mile In undress, with
with a lamp In bla band, to call upon
bis lady. She and ber mother were
about retiring for the night when
tbey answered bla knock. In aston
ishment they conducted bim to a
chamber, receiving his explanations
In the morning, and procuring mora
suitable clothing for bis return trip.
New York Graphic.
"Sweets to tbe sweet," said a young
man on passing tbe syrup to a young
lady seated at one of the hotel tables.
"And beets to tbe beat," remarked
tbe lady, shoving a dish of tbat vege
table toward tbe young man. For
some reason tbe observation cast a
settled gloom o'er a countenance tbat
unt before was radiant witb smiles.
The New York Herald of Sunday
remarks tbat It Is tbe prevailing opin
ion among merchants in tbe dry
goods trade, tbat business will be bet
ter this fall than It bas been for years.
The notion that trade la stagnant Is
laughed at la the leading commission
and jobbing bouse, and it is tbe uni
versal testimony that it waa never
better at this season or the year than
THE GREENBACK RECORD.
To bear the Democrats or the pres
ent day talking about greenbacks one
would naturally suppose mat party
was the rather or greenbacks ; tbat it
bad originated, supported, nursed, fed
and protected them, and tbat another
parties were their natural and trained
enemies. This being the case, It is
worth while to glance briefly at the
history of tbe greenback.
Upon tbe suggestion or a minister
then residing in tbe State of New
York, Mr. Chase recommended tbe
greenback currency in 1-i2, and tbe
first legal tender act was paesed by
the House In February, 1 vOU Among
the vote recorded against it are Pen
dleton, or Ohio ; Vallandigbam, Voor
bees (tell it not In Gath), and Hoi-
man. rum to tne vngressionai
(Jlolie, If you will, and see what bitter
words those men uttered against tbe
greenback ; what evils tbey predicted
would result from it; bow utterly un
constitutional it was; how it would
debase tbe nation In tbe estimation
of tbe world, ruin its credit, and
finally ruin tbe people.
Only seven Democrats voted for tbe
issue or greenbacks, while eignty-six
Republicans were among tbe yeas.
Even as late as 1&& tbe Democrata
bad not fallen in love witb green
backs. In March or tbat year a bill for
tbe contraction or greenbacks was
passed by th House. Tbe vote stood
as follows :
Republicans, yea .. 55
Republican., nay 52
Ijemocrau, "y 1
In tbe Senate. April 9, the bill
passed by a vote of thirty-two yeas to
seven nsys. Tbe naya were all Re
publicans. Every Democrat voted for
In So7 it waa concluded to stop tbe
contraction. A bill was Introduced
which provided "Tbat from and after
tbe passage of tbia act tbe authority
of the Secretary or the Treasury to
maxa any reduction or tbe currency,
ty retiring United States notes, shall
be and Is hereby suspended." This
paused tne Moubo Decern oer 7, 1567,
by a vote of 127 yeas to 32 nays, only
twenty-four Democrats voting for it
In 1V;9 it was proposed to strengthen
tbe public credit by declaring that at
the earliest practicable period the
greenback would be redeemed In
coin ; that is, tbe paper dollar would
be made as good as tbe coin dollar.
A bill to that effect was passed. In
the House there were forty-seven
nays, which were all Democrats out
On the 10th or December, 1S73, Sen
ator Hamilton, of Maryland, Demo
crat, proposed to amend tbe Constitu
tion, as follows : "Tbe United States
shall never make anything but gold
and ailver coin a tender for tbe pay
ment of debts, either public or pri
vate." As tbat required a two-thirds
vote, it did not pass.
In 1873 tbe Republican Senate, on
tbe 13th of June last, passed tbe fol
That from and after the passage of this
act United Hlates notes shall be receivable
Ine same aa coin Inpayment for the 4-per
cent, bonds now authorized by law to be Is
sued, and on and after October 1, 1S7S, said
nolee (halt be receivable for Unties on Im
port," In the House ninety-seven Demo
crats voted against tbe act, and It
waa lost. Only twenty-four Demo
crata voted for it. Among tbe nays
were Banning, .wiug (Tom.), inley.
McMabon and Sayler. These are all
from Ohio, and all but one, Banning,
are candidates for re-election.
On the 29tb of April, 1878, Mr.
Fort, Republican, 'Introduced a bill
prohibiting tbe further contraction of
greenbacks, which passed both bous
es and is now a law.
Democratic bate or tbe greenbacks
was carried into tbe United States
Supreme Court The case known as
Knox vs. Lee, and Parker vs. Davis,
was decided in 1871. The Republican
Judges held that the legal tender act
was constitutional, being a war me as
ure ; while the Democratic Judges,
viz. : Chase, Nelson, Clifford, and
In tbe course of the debate In Con
gress in 1SC2, to which we bave
already alluded, Mr. Vallandigbam
"Sir, If it were Arty fold as constitutional
as in my deliberate judgment It Is nncun-
atltullonal In letter, and abnorrent to the
letter and spirit of that Instrument, It could
not command my support. 1 will not re
new the disciuMion of the Question of eon
stllulional power to make government pa
per, or any other paper, a legal tender In
payment of any dubts, publle or private,
present or prospective. Uj colleague from
tne Flrat DUtrlcl (Mr. Pendleton), the other
uay, wun a clearness ana lurce never ex
ceeded In this hall, dbipoaed of that qnes-
On tbe lGtb of January, 1862, Mr,
George H. Pendleton said :
"I And no grant of this power In direct
lernis, or, aa I mint, uy lair implication,
it ia not an accidental o mixtion ; it is not
t.n omlNalon ttiroueh Inadvertency. It
Intentionally left out of the Constitution
liecanxe It waa designed that the power
aootiu noi rauue in ine aeuerat govern
Tbus we bave briefly sketched the
nistoryor greenbacks, and tbe rela
tions of tbe Democratic party there
to. Tbat currency was issued in spite
or tne democratic party ; it bas been
maintained in spite of that party ; It
is almost nonest money in tbe race or
Democratic opposition, and now its
oia ana persistent enemies claim it as
theirs, and with no other object in
view than to debauch ILuazette.
Weekly Report of the Surgeon General
of the United States.
Washington, Aug. 31. The Bur
geon General furnishes tbe following
abstract of tbe sanitary reports re
ceived uunng tne past week.
New Orleans. During the week
ended yesterday at noon there were
1,-04 cases of yellow fever, and 333
deaths, making In all 2.S77 cases, and
867 deaths. During the twenty-four
nours to noon yesterday, there were
lua new cases, and nfty-nine deaths.
ViCKSBURa. During tbe week
ended yesterday evening there were
us deaths rrom yellow fever, making
i& aeaths in an, seventeen or which
occurred during the last twenty-four
hours. It is estimated that 800 cases
or raver bave occurred to date, about
half of those in the past week, and
nrty-nlne new cases in the past
twenty-four hours. Dr. Booth, in
charge or tba patients or the Marine
Hospital Service, died on tbe -7th
Memphis. (seven hundred and
twenty-one cases or yellow fever, and
241 deaths, for tbe week ending Au
Morgan City, La. The refueee.
reported last week sick of yellow
fever, died August 2G. Seven other
cases bave since occurred, and four
deaths in all to yesterday noon.
Bay St. Louis, La. One death
from yellow fever occurred on tbe
Ocean Springs, Miss. Three cases
of yellow fever occurred yesterday
morning. No deaths during the
Water Valley. Miss. Two cases
or yollow lever, both refugees ; tbe
first occurred on the 12th and is con
valesoent ; the second one on tbe 2Ctb ,
wuica terminated lauuiy yeeteraay.
Holly Springs, Miss. Seven cases
of yellow fever and two deaths up to
yesterday evening, all refugees ; good
health in tbe city and tbe United
States military camps.
Leiqhton, Ala. A refugee from
Memphis arrived August IS, and died
of yellow fever August -4.
St. Louis. Eight cases of yellow
fever during the week, aud two
deaths, all refugees. At tbe quaran
tine below Ht .Louis there were six
new cases and one death, besides
twenty doubtful cases admitted dur
ing tbe lorty-eignt nours ending yes
Cairo. III. A river boatman from
Memphis died or yellow fever August
Louisville, Ky. Since last report
eleven refugees and a boatman have
been attacked with yellow fever after
their arrival here, four of whom bave
Cincinnati. N ine new cases or
yellow fever, five from tbe steamboat
Uolaen i:uic, and four deaths bave
occurred since tbe last report Two
of tbe deaths were tbe cases reported
last week. All came from tbe infect
ed places South.
wheeling, w. VA. The case re
ported through tbe press on tbe 23tb
Is officially pronounced not to be yel
Pittsburg, Pa. A deckhand on
the steamer John A. Porter arrived
August 25, and died next day of yel
Phila., Pa. Two cases or probable
yellow fover occurred August 24, the
persons having arrived from Vlcks
burg a few hours previously.
HAVAKA.Seventy-one deaths from
yellow fever, and six from smallpox
during the week ending August 2G.
Clifton. Enoland. The United
States Consul at Bristol, England, re
ports a severe outbreak of enteric
rever and typhoid fever at Clifton,
uear that place, which bad been
traced to the use of milk from a farm
where tbe pump Is five yards from
tbe privy vault. Previous lo tbe out-'
break a young lady bad ben carried
to tbe farm bou to complete linr
convalescence from the enteric fever.
A wholesome iefson i given in the
action of tbe Medical Officer of
Healt'j, who notified the farmer that
if b let any member r.f bis family
use tbe contaminated pump water, or
if he sold any milk, aud the disease
arose rrom it, he would lay informa
tion against blm of having commit
No reliable information has been
received from Key West, and no of
ficial reports obtained from Grena,
Canton and Port Oitwon, Mis., and
Port Eads, La.
Reports from other places indicate
Orleans. Sent. 2. Tne
weatber is cloudy ami threatens
rain. From noon to six P. .M , lui
deaths were reported to the Hoard of
Health. The total deaths from fever
to date are lrd. including 4-.1 chil
dren under 1 1 years of age. The new
cases include Willis K. Wolff and
Robert Parsons, or the telegraph oN
flee, and J. M. Walpool, formerly of
the Picayune. Very Rev. Millet,
Vicar General of the Arch Diocese or
New Orleans, died or yellow rever at
five o'clock this evening after six
Memthis, Sept 2. The Board ot
Health records show 84 new cees and
53 deaths for twenty-four hours end
ing at 6 P. M. AU. Watson, tie negro
shot by a guard at Commissary depot
and reported killed, is not dead
but badly wounded. Fears or trouble
are allayed to-night Some negro
agitators have been talking to tbe
colored people and attempting to
create trouble, but by the prompt ac
tion or Maj. Wm. Willis and other
members or the Citizens' Relief Com
mittee they were arrested this after
noon and put in the station house and
no fears of further trouble are felt.
Great difficulty is being experieaced
In getting carpenters to make cjflins
for the pauper dead and dig (raves,
but so rax ail tbe dead bave ben bur
ied promptly, except in caa8 where
persons have died unattendd In sick
ness and tbe corpses only discovered
through tbe efforts of the Health O ni
cer and assistants, aa has been the
case in several Instances. N. D.
Menken died this morning.
Vicksburg, Sept 2. The weather
is clear and warm ; thermometer, 01
degress. Appeal Is made to tbe Is
raelites throughout the ountry for
assistance to tbeir sick anl destitute
countrymen bere. Tbe distress Is
very great Remittance made to
Alex. Kubn, Treasurer Habrew Ro
ller Society, Vicksburg, Mils.
Tbe Howard Association estimates
between 1.500 and 2,o sick, and In
creasing rapidly. Eight physicians
report 110 new cases. It la estimated
that there are over 200 new cases to
day ; deaths, 14 ; whites, 4 ; blacks,
10 ; among them Joseph T.Doll, mer
chant, recently elected Mayor, Charles
H. Nathan, jeweler, aDd J. W. Jolley.
Dr. Whitehead's condition is very
critical, but hopes are entertained or
bis recovery. Thirty cases or rever
are reported at Greenville, Miss., and
five deaths. Tbe disease is spreading
Memphis, Sept 2. The rever con
tinues without any abatement It is
Impossible to obtain tbe number ot
new cases up to noon, aa the physi
cians are not required to report until
5 P. M. A number or negroes, some
or tbem drunk, assembled before tbe
commissary depot thU morning, and
becoming riotous, made a rush for tbe
door. Tbey were kept back by tbe
colored military on guard, but a sec
ond attempt being made the guards
fired, killing one negro. Tbe doom
were closed and Gen. Luke E. Wright
spoke to tbe crowd, and quiet was re
stored for the time being. Tbe com
mittee is doing all in its power to
supply the people with food, !but
some of tbe negroes are dissatisfied
with the manner in wiich rations are
issued. Further tronbie is feared.
PORT GIRSON, MISS., Sept. 2.
ewes ; -
aeatba out or nve nuncred, urty per
sons remaining in town. About
twelve hundred bave fled. The dis
tress Is very great, the sick dying
with no one to give them a drink of
water. Some nurses are on the way
rrom itew Orleans and Chicago, and
help and funds needed.
Bt. Louis, Sept 1. The following
mode of treating yellow fever la fur
nished to the Associated Press agent
by a physician of considerable reputa
tion and large practice in the city,
ana it is alleged if it be faithfully car
rled out It will reduce tbe mortality
net ruuy tnree-iourtbi : rut tbe pa
tient on a cool, bard bed, in a well'
ligbted and well-veutllated room,
iveep tne neaa constantly cool by re
peated sponging with water from 40
to 50 Fahrenheit Keep tbe foet
constantly warm by bottles of hot
water. As soon aa nausea begin?,
relieve it by copious draughts ot hot
water. This must be repeated when
ever the nausea is distressing. A
thick towel, folded aid wet In cold
water and laid across the stomache,
will also give relief. Evacuate the
bowels by full iDjectiois daily or tepid
water until the rever abates, using a
fountain syringe whenever one can
be obtained. A loose crash towel
should be doubled, wet in
tepid water and worn over the
bowels constantly until the pa
tient is convalescent Cool down the
body as near tbe normal heat as pos
sible by repeated spongings with tepid
water. When tbe fever is highest ap
ply the pour bath to the bead as fol
lows : Place tbe patient across the
bed, bis bead over the head or It, face
downward. Put a tub beneath and
pour cold water, say forty degrees
Fahrenheit over the top of the bead,
from tbo crown forward. Continue
this from twenty to thirty minutes.
or until the temperature is lowered.
Give this bath two or tbree times a
day, or as often as the fever r quires.
As soon as the fever abates aud tbe
crisis la over stop all heroic treatment
and let the patient rest. Give no
medicines or stimulants of any kind.
and no drinks except water or sour
lemonade without sugar. Tbe patient
should eat nothing during the fever
except a thin water gruel, made with
corn meal and a little salt Lemon
juice in water without sugar should
be used freely during tbe fever. After
tbe patient is convalescent be must
eat sparingly of the plainest food and
a little bread and fruit. This treat
ment can be carried out by any one,
itbouttheald of a doctor, and in
this regard is specially adapted to poor
people, who bave not means to em
ploy medical aid, and for their par
ticular benefit is it given.
PORT GIRSON, MISS., Sept. 2. Disastrous Flood In Hungary-SIX
Hundred Lives Lost.
London, Sept. 1. A dispatch from
Peath says Miskolsat, a town in Hun
gary, was yesterday destroyed by an
appalline thunder storm. One hun
dred bouses were destroyed, and over
iuu persons were Killed. A great
number of persons, and especially
women and children, were injured.
Tbe calamity causes tbe greatest dis
tress in tne vicinity. Tbe sufferines
of tbe afflicted at tbe sudden loss of
tbeir relatives were heart rending.
Vienna. Sent 1. The town of
Mlakolez, tbe capital or circle of Bor-
sod, Hungary, bas been almost en
tirely laitT waste by tbe storm. 1,000
bouses were destroyed by rainfall, and
100 persona were killed. The popula
tion is estimated at 20,000.
Vienna. Sept. 1. Late accounts
from Mlakolez, Hungary, state over
400 corpses have already been re
covered, and 200 persons are still
missing. At Erlan, about sixty-five
miles from Pestb, the river Eger
broke through the walls or the town.
and whole rows or bouses were de
molished, and many persons
Feminine readers mav as well skip
this paragraph. The Graphic finds
tbat "all tbe historical angels, of
revelation, poetry and art are mascu
line. There is not a single exception.
Tbe angels of both tbe Old and New
Testament and tbe angels or art rrom
roiygnotus ana Aiicbael Aneelo to
Dore nay, ot the earliest Egyptian
and Pbceolcian schools were all
masculine. Milton's and Dante's
angels are all masculine."
"What alls you. sister Theresa?
Whv ara vaii thus wild with nrna "
be asked with deepest anxiety. Ex
tract from novel. She made no reply,
but pointed silently to a bucketful of
watermelon rinds under tbe kitchen
table. Tbe conundrum was answered.
A Stepping Stone to Hea th.
The acquisition of vital energy 1 the
stepping Hton to health. When the system
lacks vitality, the various organs tlag In
their duty, become chronically Irregular,
and disease ia eventually Instituted. To
prevent this unhappy state of things, the
debilitated system ahonld be bnilt np by the
use of tbat Inimitable tonic. Ilostetter's
momach Hitlers which Invigorate the dl
gmtlve organs, and Insure the thorough
conversion of food Into blood of a aouri-ii-
lug quality, Irom wneDce every muscle,
nerve and fiber acq. ulre unwonted tnDDliea
of vigor, and the w hole ayatem experience
tbe beneficial effect. Appetite returns, the
ay item la relreahed by healthful slumber,
the nervea grow strong and calm, lha de
spondency begotten of chronic Indication
and an uncertain state of health disuppean,
and that sallow appearance of tbe skin
iliar to habitual invalids, and pernon
dent in vital energy, is replaced by a
nioie becoming tlnee.
A BRACE OF HEROES.
The F.ii'inUcr or la.t Monday say
of two heroes who recently died from
Eill Bedding died yesterday morn
in. O. E. Shearer had gone two or
three day? previously, though the
news did not reach us until Iat night
by the mail1". They were a brace of
heroes, though living hundred of
miles apart, and probably strangers
to each other a brace of heroes with
out any of the brass ornaments or
rrippery or the battle-rield to dis
tiniui;i them from other men, bat
still with tbe heroic ustore of the
hieht school implanted in them.
Iiiil Redding was tbe teleeraph oper
ator at Grenada, and at the same time
correspondent or tbe E'qnlrrtk
bright young fellow of only twenty
three, witb the vigor of youth and
the hope of a long life before him.
When the yellow fever broke out at
Grenada he telegraphed the Enquirer
a private message saying that tbe
"yellow jack" threatened to give
them a fierce tussle, but be would
stay and might be relied upon for the
news, ilia dispatches were rraohic
and cheerful, coming from a brave
man, at hrst, but day by day, as tbe
situation became more alarming, tbey
changed in tbeir tone. They were
graphic still, but the borriole scenes
through which be was passing gave
the eloquence of woe to wbat he
wrote. One day be commenced bis
To describe the scene Is bevond
tbe power of mortal man. Although
the deaths are decreasing, it is not
from an abatement of tbe disease, but
rrom the want or material. Our little
band ot well ones are quickly count
ed, and we miss tbem hourly, requir
ing the strongest nerve and courage
for us to battle against tbe plague-
demon. We Imagine we can almost
see it in the air, aud we leel like It
was lurking around us, waiting for an
unguarded moment to strike us
That gives an idea or what brave
BUI Redding and bis associates were
doing for humanity. A week ago last
night he sent another private message
saying tbat he didn't know bow long
be would live, and be wanted the
amount or his compensation fixed,
tbat be was braving the dangers for
bis mother and those dependent on
him. A liberal sum was named for
his services to tbat date, and still
more for bia future pay. Two or tbree
days later bis dispatches came with
an apology at the root saying tbat be
feared tbat he could not write coher
ently, as tbe room in which be wrote
ontained four persons down with tbe
disease ana a corpse. The four per
sona were Bill Bedding's wife, his
mother and his two sisters. Tbe
corpse was tbat of bis child. Waa it
any wonder tbat be could not write
coherently ? Two days more elapsed
and bis dispatches came along as usual
only tbe woeful picture drawn in
them increased in Its dark colors.
There was no hope at Grenada, but
Bin Redding still remained battling
in tbe face of despair. Then two more
days passed, and there was noth
ing rrom Grenada. Tbe offlce could
not be reached by the wires. This was
last Thursday and Friday. The town
seemed to bave dropped out of exis
tence. Saturday the wire was opened
again, and with its opening came tbe
message : "isiu itedding is down witb
the fover. This for tbe Eivpi'trer."
Yesterday came still another : "Red
ding died this morning at hair-past
eigot." Tbe bero bad fought bis last
fight, and was conquered by Him
who conquers all.
Our other hero, Shearer, was the
Enquirer's correspondent at New
Orleans a brave, soldierly man, who
had faced death on a score or battle
fields, to find It In another form,
though with him still at the post or
duty. He had served the Enquirer
launruiiy, tnougb but a brier length
ot time, and bis dispatches from the
Crescent City were among the very
oest mat came to any .Northern ra
per. His pictures of the panic-strick
en city, and the gaunt specter of
death as it came up from tbe bayous,
were more vivid and startling, but
there was not tbe realism of woe and
desolation in tbem that pervaded
those from Grenada. It was not to
be expecteil in a large city. One day,
however, Shearer dropped out from
the list of those sending our dispatches
and another name appeared for
New Orleans. Last evening a letter
came in from tbat city returning
a urart we Dad sent blm, witb
the words, "Accept many thanks, but
it came too late to do blm any good.
He died Wednesday morning at 6
o'cIock. Will you bave the kindness
to mention bis death In your paper
ami senu a copy to dig mother, Mrs.
K. Shearer, Okoloua, Miss., for I am
sure it would be some satisfaction to
ncr to snow mat her son's death was
thought of so far away ?"
Brave berces both, Redding and
Sheerer ! Not in tbe din of battle.
where courage is a matter or emula
tion, did they fall ; not on the field of
glory, incited by the example of those
around mem ; out In meeting tbe
pestilenco that walketh by day. in
the fulfillment of their duties to their
fellow-men, were their lives offered
np a sacrifice noble, heroic and pnre.
"Tlie noblest death tbat man can die
Ii when he dies for man."
A little girl in San Francisco Las
been taking tbe liberty to write to
her minister. Her letter contains
sound sense, and reads tbus : "My
Dear Friend I went to bear you
preach last Sunday. Although
mamma said you preached a good
and beautiful sermon, I could not
understand anything but the text :
Turn ye. turn ve. whv will vs die.'
And you did not tell us how to turn.
I do not think that the poor little
children can understand. The min
isters here wonder why the chil
dren don't come to church. Tbe
reason is tbey can't understand, and
get sleepy. I think the ministers
ought to preach to tbe children."
We should judge that child to be
about 45 years old one of those fault
finding fellows who goes to church
to criticise what tbe minister says.
Wo heard of a case tbe other day
where a young man applied to bis
employer for a short leave of absence.
The employer, having bis own views
of his business, suggested for a reason
tbat the young man delay bis vaca
tion for a few days. "I would," re
plied the young man, "but the fact
la, I am going away to get married,
the day is appointed, and 1 want to
be there when it comes off." He was
there on time. Boston Transcript.
KLA K-PKNNINOTUN.-Atthe atody of
niu ftiuriaiiut; clergyman, on ine )iu ult.,
Mr. E.U. Kia-k and Mlis Kiuma H. Pen
nlngtuu, by Rev. J. Wisler. All of Tlffln,
TIFFIN MARKETS. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BUSINESS MAN.
Wheat Old choice...
- -Mow "
" Ni, 2
No grade .
'ijvkk Sir.i.. ,
Klax Sim 1,1 ,,
Applch, dried, .,r fc
Arp.KH, creen ..-
. .. an
URif Mka I., x.-r in.
X)gh, u-r uui ,
F'KATH llVr gr.
Kii:k, p-r brrel...
. ou tr SU
& UU Ul 7 0U
l.AttD , , ,,
lf,TATirH. , ,
Halt, eon ruo rock, wrbbl..
Salt, common, per hiii.
Halt, Que table, perauck
Tallow , ,
1 lo Jj
Hhokth, per cwu.
Water Lime, per nbl .
White Lias, per bu.h
Bee', f rout qr
Beef, hind qr...
CHICKENS, JK-r tb
TUKKEY9, pr t.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
KiT I.inrr.Tr. Sept. S-Cattle The re-
clpLs lince Krlday h.ve b-..n ,75 head of
tbrnugn mock, ana wj neau or local niock :
total lor the Heck endliiK loxlay. Lead
of through, and 2,'i heud of lorai alock ;
auainitt 4, "'7 head of through and 410 head
al local for the week before ; supply light an
lar lor luis wn-n siuarxei ; 17 ca- loans sold
to-day : prices ranged from 14 ui to 4 iti, aud
consider lc off from laM Thursday ; not
until' icut buiues tu establish a fair quota
Hogs--The receipts to-day have been J.ftu
head ; lolal for the week. l-',lw head ;
aemnnt I; :eji hist week : era-wen. I.J jc-a4 oi ;
I orkers, f I i4l M ; t'liiladelphiaa, H t.j-j
Hl.eep and Lamb The receipts to -nay
have been 3,7i head : total for Hie week,
ll,3uneal ; against s.wai head I ant week;
wiling slow al is 1 lu , about rc oil from
laa! week pnees.
It is with pleasure that we state to
our numerous patients and friend?
ofLacupia, that there is uo more
sour Lacupia in the market. We
have entirely and permanently cor
rected all tendency to fermentation.
The afflicted can therefore mo-t con
fidently rely on its unequ.iled merit
as a pleasant bloo.1 pnrltir, altera
tive and tonic
Blotches,Pimples, Skin Diseases
This remedy Is the greatest blocd
purifier known to medical science.
Lebaxon, Pa, September 2(, 1S77.
Mr. Wodiu Martzall :
Dear air For four yean I have been a
most miserable sufferer from the worst of
skin deceases ever witnessed by either ol
tbe six physicians who attended me during
that time. It made its first appearance at
the wrists, and gradually extended np my
arms to tbe shoulders. Dr. J. Perkins ap
plied a very strong caustic aronnd my
shoulders, a half an inch broad, to keep the
disease from my body, which it did for six
weeks ; by tbat time my arms became per
fectly raw ; not a particle of healthy akin
could be seen. It then passed over the
caustic line and rapidly pasted all over my
back. Dr. Parker was then called In in
consultation. Both acknowledged they had
never seen nor read of anything Ilka It, but
said they wolnd do all tbey could for ma,
but In spite of all their efforts, I grew worse
and worse all the time; the Itching: and
burning was Incessant, and I was so reduced
In flesh and strength tbat I had to be lined
bodily from one bed to the other.
The doctors finally told me tbey had done
all they could, and that I conld try any one
else that I wished. My father then sent for
old Dr. Snavely front Reading, who came,
examined me, and looked at me for a long
time without saying a word.; finally he
said ho would see ma to-morrow, and left
wlthont giving mo any satisfaction. The
nex: day he returned with Dr. J. C. Morris,
from Philadelphia, and Dr. Nolan, also
from Reading. They had a long consulta
tion, and then told me that my case waa a
bad oae, the worst they had ever seen, bnt
that they would do for me wbat they could,
and hoped finally to save my life. Dr.
Morris came once a mouth, and Dm. Snave
ly and Nolan once or twice a week. In
spite of all they could do the disease kept
spreading, nntll my whole body was one
mass of raw Oesh, and the matter almost
poo red out of every pore. My beds would
be made twice a day, with an oil cloth un
der the sheet to protect the mattress from
the pus. Id this condition I laid for
months and months ; the matter or pus
was formed by the sores or rather flesh, as I
waa one sore almost all over, except pari of
my face and scalp, so tbat la the course of
twelve hours I conld almost swim In tbe
matter. Finally I became paralyzed from
my lil pa down, and my legs be
came almost aa cold as ice. Dr. Snave
ly then told me there was no use In
trying longer, that I must die. And believe
me, I was glad to hear h'.m say so. J wonld
have gladly died that minute, had It been
God's will. Day aiter day I was expected
to die. All hope had vanished. One day
my father met Dr. Hnavoly, when he asked
him what the cause was of this terrible dis
ease. The Doctor answered. It was Impure
blood ; that the blood was so heavily la
den with morbid matter that the pores were
constantly throwing It off, bnt that It was
formed so fast In the blood that all efforts
to prevent or stop Its formation was futile.
"We bave tried all the cleansing medicines
known to the Pharmecopoja," added the
Doctor. They had already separated, when
my father called after hlru and asked
whether there was not something be could
suggest to give me soma relief while in my
misery. "Yes," be said, "There are many
blood purifiers advertised, but I bave no
confidence In patent medicines ; bnt yon
might try Lacupia, it would do no barm if
it did no good." Father got a half doxen
bottles. I commenced on It at once, bnt the
first bottle made very little if any Impres
sion. I then took double doats of the second
bottle, and began to feel a slight change'
bat It still went very slowly, and It was not
until I had taken the fourth bottle that I
was sure of my improvement. After that 1
slowly bnt surely continued to improve, un
til I waa literally covered with scabs. Bnt
then I grew worse again from the Indescrlb
able xti truces of tbe outer surface of my body
not skin, for I bad no akin but Instead
of it a hard layer of scabs. We again sent
for our family physician. Dr. Perkins, who
ordered me to be thoroughly greased with
laid, which caused the older scabs to fall off
dally, and new ones followed. I continued
to take very large doaea of the Lacupia, un
til Hie last sore has long alnce healed. My
skin Is now smooth and clean of all evi
dence of disease, except here and there a
pit aa of small-pox, where I did not grease
enough. I leel well aud hardy, but not as
strong yet as I hope to be alter awhile.
I thought 1 would write you wbat Lacn
pla has done for me, and if not loo long you
may publish It. 1 think it will goiar to
counteracting the prejudices so many good
people have against patent medicines. If I
had taken It at first, what an amount of suf
fering and money spent for doctorlug that
did me no good, I could have saved, if you
wish my affidavit, or that or any of my
family or frieuda, write and I will send them
to you. There Is not a physician or minis
ter In Lebanon but who knows all I have
written Is true. 1 would say you have the
whole city of Lebanon and many of the
country people around as witnesses.
Yours truly, Lhon aid Zitter.
P. H. i will send you a peck ot scabs by
express, all of which I took rrom my body
lu two days. They will be the best proof 1
can give you of the extreme severity of my
ease. L. Z.
The above proves conclusively that Lacu
pia Is Uie most potent purifier of the blood
known to man. K early all skin diseases are
caused by impure blood, aud heuce It Is tbat
Lacupia so luvanaoiy cures an oiseaaca oi
the skin. We have hundredaof laiait-
lar lo I
TRENTON, N. J., April 7, 1877.
Ma. W. Martzall :
Dear .Sir I have bad pimples and
blotehes on my face ever since I wax 17 years
old. I am now XI. I have been so bad with
them that often I was unlit to go Into com
pany. Home doctors prescribed arsenic,
others this and that, which they assured
me was a certain cure, let all fai led lo give
me any permanent relief. Last fall i bought
and look a half dozeu bottles of your La
cupia, which cured me perfectly, and It did
It almost Immediately. .Not even the cm1
mark of a pimple or blackhead is left, and
tlie so-called worms at the wings of my nose
are ail gone, and tbe skin la as smooth as
any other part of the face. Tbe d ream ol
Lacnpla la certainly a wonderful remedy.
CARLISLE, PA., January 8, 1877.
Ma. Martzall :
finirSir My daughter Minnie had long
been afflicted with an Intolerable llchln
skin disease of her arms and 1 1 num. 'ulh-
logdld her any good, until we used yaur
Lacupia. It acted like a ebarct. A lew bot
tles cured her. I aiu afflicted with brou-
cbltls, from much speaking, will you
please write me whether you think Lacupia
uiigm;ao me anygoou r
REV, JACOB MOORE.
MILLERSVILLE, PA., Sept. 3, 1877.
Mr. Wzxdrl Martzall:
Dear Sir A family by the name of (ie
Honrs, living three lulles north of Mount
vllle, has six daughters. Every one of them
they reached the age of from to 34, b
eaiue blotchy. Large brown spots would
rapidly form on tbe forehead first, and soon
alter the cheeks would take ou the same ap
pearance, which marred their looks vary
much. The cause Is presumed to be In the
suprarenal capsules, aud is cousidered in
curable by the profession. Karly In tbe
spring (last; the youngest one became afflict
ed In the asms way. tebe at once com
menced taking your Lacupia, and lo the
surprise of all It gradually disappeared. Her
sister then commenced the use of Lacupia,
and are now perlecliy rid of tne difficulty.
saw them to-day. There Is not the kul
vestige of the brown blotches visible. In
fact. I never aaw ladles with such clean, fair
complexions. This Is the most surprising
discovery that bas beeu made In our urofea-
ion since me aiscovery onjuimne. I am,
1 ours truly,
JACOB HEINS, M. D.
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panic, at better lute than have ever U-eii
bad in this city l.re.
w- Call and si'e us ls-1'orc yitu place your
Office-Commercial Sank Block,
Id THE I'LAI K OK I IIKAT
And School sunplirs, such as
PENS, INK, SLATES,
And everything used iu the school room.
School Booh Covered Free
With Kine TinUl lUtok (over If iMnp,tit til
me. iKiu i Jorgei theplae.
East Market St-
Moal tool I he Con rt Hons.
COMMERCIAL HANK I
CASH CAPITAL, -
- - 8IOA,00
W P NORLK.
J A Mi'r'AK 1.AN1I,
.Am i I mliu-r
1 I K F. T O R.S :
HHI11I K, l'tiAHiK Kit,
J M KAIU.L,
J A KLA1K,
I I, ST JOHN
K JON KM,
CtTfranriit inJ Ltral Bug Is anl Shuiuh
GOLD AND SILVER COIN,
Foreign and Domestic Exchnnqem
Krom ami after this date this bank will
lmuaOrtl Urate f Icpol hear Ine In
terest as per agreement. Inscouiil.t paper
oi every description and uei a general
MARKET HOUSR. TIFFIN. 0.
I mm preparf! to furnKti th pnliltc
It K UTL' tL'MLf ull It i I'llA WIV kill T
mkat, ami vryuiinst UMmiiy mm.u in i
KhiIIubh UurkAl All mv . ii i.litfl
eU wilU cre anil my buU-tirring i done Id
Call aoti He me.
May 25, 7s H. ! A N Kit
L. D. BEVIHGTON', Bloomville. 0.
Breeder and Dealer In Knperlr
Plymouth Hock Poultry,
Krom Htock that was awanled the Hiyhcst
Medal at Ilia Centennial i.iliil.Hiou.
EGGS AND FOWLS IN SEASON.
Pure Bred Poland China Swine.
W Correspondence promptly attended to
Willi 100 Cartridges for $2.75,
Order, can hv lhin nt iy man i any
aaurtt. Jiytm. di if Wffnr
J0 MM.0 'lllla
r(K 'ft: .'
1 1. i-
1.1. fill. . !.-! I
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SltTl J-.ii..i:.- .. ' :'
Do Not Give Up
T'.nr rv- ! - ' '' ':.,r.:i t' t'.
-"nw l;r. ti :.t f w. l l..-lr yo'i.
llu.- -i : ...r I... . it ii,. i r. lu r.. tui't
t'..i: ;...'! :., r r. n.i:,-: t. C- :. .fir- ..I f
il.w-I. -, t .:. I ! .'f.f .1 k;.. t
c.iti'.ri l.i i:.- ;r. ..-: ! , ti .- in , .. ry ,ir:
ir.il:.tlv V. ... I - I I I : K I... . I . ri (.'.e . -1
a ill I- 1.. :vt t-T ' ... j :, :.iy
ti w i.t it I. '..!. I- r ' ; r..
Diphtheria. Sere Thro-t. urn. Scald;,
Eruisci, Sprain-,, Wounds. Cuis, Chil
blains. Inftarr-mon. H'adache, Tooih
ache, Catarrh, Ry p.'p-.i.i. Scur Stomach,
cm .,,. , . , . :.(..,,..., i j ...
i imiiii : :. - i
S'.ll t, stl Lin..
Price tl.OO per Bottle, C f..r S.Y(K).
Lawjtm Chcsiictl Co., Cleveland, 0.
.Large new size bottle- cent.-.
Have your neighbors an.l frieri'la
suLscribe for th TRIBUNE. It
U the largest paper in the lOrh
f:1858t IARQUARDT. 1878.
Waii Paper at
i)svx to trie lanro tmilc I have this Sprin" in
Wall Taper, in consainence oriiayins: many sraalf lots
in stock, which I am desirous of r loiirr nnt im.
decided to sell all such lots, containing from 1 ud to
VI pieces, at
8 cent. Wall Paper
35 srilt "
Call Early, and take Advantage of this
I Have a Large Stock of
Window Shades made uo in the latest
Styles, and at Reduced Prices.
DUrCS. JIEMCIXE3. C1I EMICALS, DYE STUFFS
Vine Wines, Brandies and Rye Whiskeys, for Medical
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED BY COMPETENT PERSONS
.T. B iMAKQUiVRIDT.
COME AND SEE !
Men's Calf Boots, - -Men's
Calf Boots, - -Men's
Stoga Boots, - -Men's
Kip Boots, - - - -
And AH Other Goods in Proportion,
Including Women's and Children's Shoes.
J. M. KATJLL & Co.,
Opp. National Hall.
THIRTEEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE.
Thirteen yeam' iTperi.m-e in tbe Hewln Moclilna business In Tlllin lias been lb
mrauKor living V. H. Huiik sucli eipenwiice as Wlect tiia Mowing machine wblcndu
I he mmt prrirot work anil ars Hie Miaii liuranle, Kay Kuuulnic, ami Noleelew
Much me in tlie market, anil it Is lo his Interest lo luake ucii aeloctlnus, bis boslnwi be
ina ilrmly eslalillniieO during: bis thirteen year's career lu this city. True, If be waa
loose-fnnteil anil could pull up ntakes at any time, by glu abroad aa a great many bave
done that were in the rvwlng Machine business here, be would not nerd be sn cbuify la
Iils if lions ol tiie
He sllHt l.nt an this is Ills HUalilixhed home he Is obliged to be particular and keep the
in arh I urn li sell, whereas If the goods be sold did not hold out lbs customers ba sold
to would bavi- come bark on bim aud he could not have continued la tbe business dur
ing the time he has Willi poor goods. Thousands of good relereuces cau be glvsa from
cli.-loium in Ibis county whom be sold luacblurs to.
A LAEGE STOCK OP MACHINES
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Kroiu which customer ran hsve a good selection. Flease call ou or address V. cf.
tn.U,Tlnsa, wm if you waul a Uood No. 1 Mewlug Machine, lu connection be bas
II IARGE SUPPLY OF FINE STEEL SCISSORS AND SHEARS,
Warranted to be Good or No Sale.
C. H. STING, - - - Tiffin, 0.
Tiffin Carriage Works!
ESTABLISHED IN 1848.
P. Van NEST'S SONS, Proprietors,
Fine Carriage?, Pteta, Light Road Wagons and Sleigh.
We AriDuHirtare only First-class Work. All Work Warranted.
WK MAKK A HPECIALTY OK TH K
RUBBER CUSHIONED AXLE.
It Seriire.t Sttfety, Comfort and Economy t
.-. - TM
I AI.I. AXO FXAMISK TUB AILM.
KKPAIUING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
ri(-rT...I I fVtmiis TnfTnacAn ami Vnct Mlrl'sf Kt
I, i Willis C111I3UU ttliu aju.?b Aiatssjavii u
HOUSE AND LOT oioa'oi.Taiu.
-u l-r- K001114. wa ll bouse, wood
Imam nsisrrtcil, hirne brlcs barn. It OS
lw-t front. Abundaul fruit. Termseay.
A lot and lm.ll'! lot in Haytb'
Addition lo tlie my of Tiflla. Very di slr-al.li-,
and el" f'ir raxb. K.nOire of
iimf Mbawbaii House.
JI AUKISON NOULK.
For all .in.b of JOB PRINTING
at prices to suit the times.
and Below Cost I
- - 2.50
IT RK!r:FH W"tr and Tartt,a miitnima.
I T LIXJMXH VilirtUv.n, JUUmj uaU Wndolff.
IT Ml rh I.K.H ft'mt.
JT UTOfH HpiUtmi oJJ,iU and Httukrt, uml llreaktay of Mimt
IT ruOTHtn Huktaml Hilcn frnut tand Urnur.
IT ASHl'MCi A'Xnuy mnU trmiu m 1m Mtmtment of Hit
! IT I'KKVEHTH VrvitnlnntvAk'fif tkr ItHiil Pmlm.
' IT ICKLI KViJilh irtuclr n MiHiar BLrun or Ituutjh Moadt
art tutu iritrkt.
IT I'KVKKAHIeS Utrtjrly 1A "Ifttci" Wnght of Uie Ijjad. mmd
iSdrr-i f he H'rK.
IT AUItH tu tht iMTobdUg olht Hurntn, by trrratnj lh
Strfitt vxKn U.
IT tit IP I'll KHHKS tht" in mminf mmnd in Ptm-lUd CnrrUwt.
IT IStfAUTH tjtux of ituttun, 6y pmrntmu nolrul UiUtUon ml
IT I 'tAsKtHtlt tiyerwl Adiunlujrt for Intulidt or iMttnUt
IT filVHH, in a yrtntrr irfrr, to Hrtuure Viys VektrU.
in turn fruits UitiMi ty IA. of KulitrT Hprtngt er
Cfuhvn appii"! iu l'aamrr or prriqkl toixiMKtti Curs.
IT MA KKS u Ntrulr, Iht ifrrutrtt rrtrnuulr. twurilt Srcrfif
P. VAN NJCST-H HONS.
, r iii " -
a mt7 hiwC. f Ml si '. ihwI K p.
bM, to C . A JMM A Cut, t I fiMi. V.
3s 2Csr5i Sirsst
-roil ALL. KINDS OF-