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C. M. CRAMER.
ATTOItNET AT LAW. Tiffin, Cha,
HTM Naliouul Exchange frank.
It. F. CRMER.
.T LAW (Isle Judge of
V. kale Court). Office (Hi Waliiuilou atlccl.
.w K. W BUawnaii lore. I arm. u
L. L. LA MO
LAN 0 A SON.
TTORSET", AT I.A W, long Hmiw IUuck
Mutri street, 1 lUlu. O.
O. W. BACH MAN.
TTORWET AT LAW. rfnceer Xati.iual
Kiuiun Bank, nmw of Washiniriuu
slid Market streets, Tiffiu, O.
Kor. 12. ';im.
. b. irrrtu
O. B. 4 H.
II. C k It IT It L-
. C. KEPPEU
TTOHXrV8 AT LAW. Of!ice la Oram
sell's BIock, opposite liic l-ourt Mouse
(RXKY AT LAW. 'mice In National
hang Bank Block. 1 iiflu. o.
17 4 Kll.
r. r. Kumje.
P. At. AllAB.
NOBLE 4 ADAMS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Singer Block, Tlf
GEORGE E- SENEV,
TTORXEr AT LAW, Tiffln, Ohio. Office
j corner tUiu and fern' Mreets.
MeCAULEV 4 PENNINGTON.
A TTOKa'EYS AT LAW. Tiffin, Ohio. Office
t V ipoKr tiie Cottlt House.
WARREN W. SAMPSEIX.
A TTOKXKY-AT-LAW. office wlih Hon.
J Jamee pillars. National Hall, Tiffin, O.
cirnce boon a lo 12 A. M. ; iintr. x.
A ITOPXEY AT LAW. Office in
Kloek. WastiiugloB Street
J. H. iOtttXV.
TTOHEY AT LAW, Tiffin,
over Letuer's Hat blorc,
fai I. 24. lib. ,
ALFRED LAN DON,
ATT'iUNKY AT LAW. Onice la ;rumiiH-ll'ii
new UUk-M, nearly opiioaiie lotiiiucrcial
k. liuui, Oulo. April Ii. 171.
A. J. ftUESS,
XT"JTAUY rUBUC AM SLCX'ESriOK TO A.
Ay H. Byer Fire lusoranee Ageucy. The
oldest and best teated CutuiMUili: represented.
H-dloH a euuUuuai.ce ef tun Lav ors extended
to hi predecessor.
MABKlSOV BOBUL XE1AOM B. LLTKS.
NOBLE 4 LUTES,
ATTOllXEYa AT LAW, Tlflln. Olilo, offlse
la noble's Ulock, ever Gross' Crockery
More. opwll .Natloual Hall Block.
May I, 'M-tut-ly.
N. L. BREWER,
A TToKXEY AT LAW. Siiedal attention I
JX. Klvea to all kind of Military Claims,
Ba:k uav. Bounty, pension, etc. Office lu
SaMotiai fUohauge Bank Block, opposite tue I
larua itouee, iimu. oulo.
DR. WAV! QAM AN.
MAUIHON HTKEtTT. Tiffin, O. Office!
hour from in A. M lnir.U.
H. B. MARTIN,
1IIYHICIAX A5U BUKr.EOX. OfBre In I
Luumiuj' Htone Kront. WaaliiUKtuu htreet. I
Mooat fnaweriy eeeupted uj l)r. btover.
DR. W. H. STOVER.
T JOMEOPATH1C fHYHICIAN ASI 8LR-
11 (iEOM. Ofllre on Monroe mtm,
door ouia of the lMton(.
Offire Lours. A. M. to U M. : to 4 P. M. : C I
to I P. M. No. 2-U.
B. F. NITTLX. M. D
kK ALLEhTOW.V. PA. OFFICE oyer
Kireiiaer Bormutto trroeery Store.
Kueelai auentioo triveu to female diseases
Mouaki Kuinlsh and German. lht call au-1
taemd at the ofnee.
t. B. MUS,
1 TOM'KPATHIC PHYH1CIAX AKI SL'R-
II coon: OradnaU of fulu Medical Jii-
Ht. ClaelunaU, Ohio. Oft) on over Uook btore.
la Loossur' Htuui Front. Entrance main hall.
poite Ha)' lord's lieiitai Euoms.
i icht eak answered at the ofnee.
totlUAM i. CRAWFORO, M. 0.
ICLECTIC PHYKICIAM AK1 Kl'IUJF)X.
J 4 Thankful for palniuage during I he past
sevtan ysur. and will eonunue to srve the
v'lLllc in ail brancfaen of the Medical FtoIks
flim. Bmidesto and odlce. Ho. ferry Street,
two doors weet of vt afehluinon.
Alls. 17. Tf.
J, r. KIKIAMAB. H. B. MkKHHlHKU. I Of
0R. KINNAMAN 4 HCRSHISER.
VPKII'E OVHK XKLKiH'S CM)TIHM
I JM'ta, WiLiiitfUMi rtlrivt, are ready to at-ti-uil
l4r all calls day and micliL Special alten
um paid to the trealiueiit of tbe dlx-asi'S rt
IxiUAlua 4iirl ehiliireu. llfflco hours rroui to lo
i.MudlUii I', al. lir. kiMiiaiuJiu r.ni-
dnMOg. Oeeunlli Mlrxct, near lielill lLKHS i'ol-
bl ; itt. Ilershiaor . Srst alitor weal ul
Im'a store, West Madtaon btmev
DR. P.J. KINNAMAN.
I KI rl:IT, Trr IN, OHIO. OFFICE over
1 1 Voiluter 4 Elrchuer's Clothing More.
tX-e. 1, u;L
DR. J. W. HAVFORD.
LMTKUIC'AL AMI UKI'IUN'U'AL DES'TIST
iP lijloe on Washington direct, over lluss'
book Htora, 1st (i-Kjr leaduig lo Frees Photo
graph UaUery, Tllhn, Ohio.
0R J:W. MARTM(,
:Nrif. oaiee oyer Commerdid Bank
Tldn. Ohio. All oneralioiM Brst-ciaas,
and work warranUd. Lauirlilug lias used for
tne painless ciiraeiKHi oi leeui. worn aoue at
as low a pries as cau be bad elsewhere, for
" Tirnn hquse,
Si hifillflt. Froiitietot. Markut !trect.Tif-
V . . B u. VM1IO. iee House uas ueea uiui -
PesMiesIy Cared ky
sn ess see rum.
Th or also rellsrel
I Dtalrvss from DvsDeD-
Isla, IndifveUoa and
luo nearly jLauar
A perfect remeuy fur
In thm Moalb. Ctaued
Toosoe, Fsia la lb
aids, Ac. Tbey mru
ut ibe Bowsla aad
and eilss. Tht uii&ll.
est aad easMst So take, only one pill a dues,
suli snal. erl)f Vegeubie. fnos X cenu.
bovs ay all ttrscetsta. , e ,
CaCTU MEDICINE CO, Pryr, Erie, Pa,
Sv Ttsl. by ssstl for ooe dollar.
ooJH.lr,-rt.auil ha good stabling and u.
ii Mimd a. timiliia rtm kravtallliir luihlie allu I
r-.rr-:.... ' p
WATinMAI CVPU AMf?L"DAMI r
iirv l iuhal. L.ijl l aiiul UAli fx. I "j
r.nifal Burl Suenlo. X I Rfl Oftfi
i 1 1 e"?
J. D. LOOMIS
J. W. CHAMBEUUN
... t aclner. I
J. H. OOOD.
A. B. HOV El,
J. D. IrOMIS,
K. W. SHAWHAN,
. M. NAVLOE.
GoveraiHeBt and LffC.j nds snfj
COLD AXD SILVER COIN,
fOtjEIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,
Agents tor the White 8tar Stearnihlg the
Issues CsrtilsssM of Osessis bearing Interest,
Dtseoonni paper of every deecripUon and does a
Cencral Baukiug Euauiefti.
pOQl TT,ao ia I
dC c-r T-- .? V f y-rf
kcal Estate taken for Sale on email Conuuis-1 boong
Nun ; also, u tuki. I not
P)UPt ATTESTioX oivex TQ COL-1 send
itEW ITT jfjLES ,cTH OF Tiffin. mg
neveuiy aires in kuiiivauoo. saianoe i
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Mguer. JlWeilJIIff neal ut'T anu rai- i
ue tuowsi bam. iiraio djjio. .u u
. -u 1.. ..I ..;,.T. l ill i.4,i fVhM- I
l1"! i nuiw. w himh. .ti-hp -:tt I aruu,
C1 ACRES of well timbered land, situated In I f-
Hardin county. Ohio, seven nniee north I
ACRES. TWO MILES rJOtTH OF TIF
Sn. tbe Kexleo road. Maere in good
uitlyaUon : balance tue timber. Sod cau not
be Bieeiled, I rice reasonable.
ACEEB BLACK SaITD AD LOAM
Bxtrs Issproyeasenla. tws and one-nan
miles rreei Meuevme; nine nnes irom iima
It Llberay TewBihip. Fries 2oa. Cheap.
' It Is all river bottom laud.
Leibansuine i.jl, Wig ftoT fP'Soent lo
rr t trr-
keiK'"- " eiancnaro nver. lour miles soon
a T FWWiKL'.. Bllrlyer bottom laud. .,,
I 77 ACBE8 OF WELL-IMPROVED LAND.
Ill known as tne neaion larm. Hltual.
ujU n:!i-s north of Tifnu. and one-balf uu
est ofkmuioul Tfi4 Lf) l''e Orthwest comer
SI l'H"iV mniiiim, ! eU'r-H f l-lt ac u
er good cultivation, and is qi,ai to any laiid
j tbs uouiity for the iirductiun kraiii ; bai:
Cub Is ejl pnibered. (food orcliard and
nudikg. Two iterer-faillng Beiis. and aU
Auar ouuvsuiauaus I ti;l,TeIji..jl to divide
lule two farm If pui-utta di-iires. r-iite
W, and term to suit llio uuraliaaer.
Address, or lunuire of
. w . P. HLbDLE.
M i-U Real Estate AKent. TiHui. O.
TERMS, $2.00 l'KIt YEAH.
TIFFIN, OHIO, THURSDAY aSZiZi
EVENING, APRIL 2-4, 1871).
VOLU3IE 31 NUMBER 30.
LOCKE & BROTHER,
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
58 F,BST fLOOR. MARKET STREET. 58
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
i 1 1 , 1
TO AOVEftTISERS.-Tk Tr.bi bat !,
WJXA-FIDE CIKCILATIOX. - - 2544.
TKBMM. One Te: in iuire, -; Six
iHptlii. kl 00: Tnn-e luoutlii. 10 cvul.
AIVKKTISIN;. The TBir.iMt at an adver-
tlhln Medium hat no unrior. It La a
larv elreulation. and U read l a thrifty, en
encelK: elai tit people. AfUerttv nieuls iu
erted an low a lu auy first -t-lan paper.
"IN THE LONG RUN."
BY MRS. M. A. KIDDER.
The old -fashioned taylii:;,
ho lichU) exprrwd
Aud 4 carelessly Mtt4r-d.
Is one of the (jest !
Oh, ponder, young trifler.
With life-work liemi.
The dep, earnest lueaiiluj;
Of "In Ui long run."
For 'lu the Ioiijc run," boy.
The seed will spring up
Tliat was sown lo tue (ardeti.
Or dropped in tbe rup.
And, remember ! no rose
Will spnnf from the weed ;
And bo beautiful fruit
- From unworthy seed.
liow many a stripling
In trouble to-day,
liy riotous living
With comrades too gay.
With character shipwrecked
And duties undone.
Will do sorrow's iumrestiu;
"lo tbe long ruu."
And "in the long run," will
The toller fare bent.
Who perform houest labor
And takes honest reft ;
Who contented and happy.
Hasten not. In a day
Or a year, to reap riches
That will paai away !
The good and the evil
That bide in tbe earth.
The Joy and the sorrow,
Tbe pain and tbe mirth.
The battles unheeded.
The victories w on.
Will yield what was sown, ladi,
-lu the long run !
-V. T. iVtlovr.
And How He Kept the Combination.
BY CARL BRENT.
ally itCCOU lit 111 the WOl'ld ? '
"Xick I'opKT, you ever expe.-t to be
No use talking, Sarah. 1 have
up A ick as a luui job. I would
never have thought that my brother's
would turu out so trilliuir.
McK rentier only hiuiieu al lli-so re
marks, lie was fctiniiiiig liiinselt on
deck of the canal loat Ueiural
Httrinsiile,niWMlMi lSuffalo for New
York with a load of whuit, and just
then decending the Hudson as one. of
fleet in tow of a steamUiat. The first
s)eakcr was his aunt, Sarah l'eier.
uii- unu nao uu ""-", Vy.iu- ...
tain" 1'epper. owner and commander
me jJiirnMic. .ics may iw saiu wi 1 u-irliinii
have comiMiseti the crew, ana it was
opinion of the first and second of
ficers, above mentioned, mat a more
(ms crew was never shipped.
"1 have lived in holies, said aunt
Sarah, "that we would lie able to make
man of him ; but the older he grows
less use lie is. lie docs nolhing
lool around ironi sunrise to sun
Nick stretched himself and smiled
'Auntie, said he, M;d ycu ever know
to lie or steal V
'Xo. i ou are k'ood enough Ihiv as
as mat goes, vou never no anyi
thing at all. What s the uso of bejng
tiling at an. nnatsi ne uso ui pepg
fr.uk.1 ivlmn von .inKiiilv muul fur tint i. ..
.J, "--j t. the
i..lr ll .!..,Jlf .... uiilTi.imitlu I
rest his head on his elliow.
Auntie" said he, "just look at the
liunuide. She toils not, neither does
spin, but she gets a fresh coat of
paint every season. She lies iu the ba
sin at ISutlalo till the elevators 11 11 her
with grain; then a mule hauls her
down the canal; then a Kteamlaiat
hitches on to hor and tows her to Now
York; then a tug yanks her over to an
eevator mat ut ioa; ner; a mi 11 eu ,
loais arounu uu soiiieoouv uiKes
up tne nver again, nue uou i no a
sironeoi wnat you migiii can worn,
yet she makes a good living fur
anu uncie. ny si ouui i ne any
tieueruiau tne nunisuirt
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. r:' M
""y,1 v uu8u :aara ii
-Wliaiuo you mean.- sue askeo, -uy
i"LiiaiiuS vuuisuil w n uuwi-uuau
on are a uoy. or.aim.i a young man
' , , T ' , 'VT "we
ltunuie is only a lifeless thing oflUu"
nnn icin :mn u-iiert Him rofi nmi i
ZZ. Vi " V. , ,A i. i
ria "i r "Y-
you were as useful as the Burn- ,
but there isn't no earthly thing
juu .uui-u iwuu.
IIiiipo i ai inn f Ij uii th-it I nnn . 1. I
"" i"- .
i wouia UKe to Know wnat vnai is.
i cau Keep a sec re u i yj,.
ail iHIJWUi lioilllk kMO uu til
r61, V? keep. .... I
l no ueiterai isanixuie reacneu ef
x e m . mx . . I B
ork safely, was left in the basin on
- . . . , . -s.'. I BK
Jersey to swait unloading. Xick by
put on ms coai ana prepared u
tr?1' . , . .1
;W here are vou iroiniry asked aunt
v.- t-- . i
hi i..i ;.. i i .1 i r . t
uunuwuniMiwaii vn.uiu iui tras
i ..:.- ii. n,,. .. , 1 1 .. .4 ., i
i uii lira cn.nu iii.il ni uuui
Xick went ashore, whistling.
Jacob Messner, a we4Upiy manufac- and
of Jersey City, was seated 111 his
and with him wasMr.White.fi
lawyer. 3tr. messi er was reainng, not
vue Hint iiiuu, a iulick vi iiicn laiven
BUFFALO, Aug. 3, 1878.
My Dear Ms. Messseu: When I
yonr place so hurriedly, called to
death-bed of my father, at this city, his
nysteinaticitlly robbed by your trusted
clerks, tbbiit and .Uberson
was very sorry you were absent so and
1 was unable to explan to you, as
wished to, the result of my investi-
gallons of your business affairs. The bov
surpicions which I had previously!
imparted to you were conuruied, and I
became convinceu mat you uau been a
nation, as you will need it to get the
and p iIHTS 1 speak. Of, though
for anv other riMruose. 1 can not
it to you bv letter, as I am sure
tibbitt or Alberson will read the
books and paiiers which proved
crime conclusively, and locked
up in the old safe, giving the
combination to no one, as I ' did not
whom to trust. I exnected to
return shortly after my fathers funeral,
have since been unable to leave!
bed. I have been troubled to de-
now i snouid sena vou tne com- save
before you iret it. nor do I know
trustworthy'person who is going
uuaiwjfw lorn. rnereiore 1 was
complied to send it by a rounda.iout
i gave it to a boy named iick
Pepper, of the canal-boat, (Jiueral last
ttunisuM . winch left here three days four
minis uov A place entire con-1
fiuence. He will visit v.,,, M !i "
inis, and will eive ron the the
i i : . . - : I
LUSWItni WHICH Hf IlirillHriV 4limia.l
.... ...... j uhi-u
wii. mim iou cive tne counter- in...
I ill ...11 ,r I i-
iiij r. ill wu you ine comilination.
must run tho'l isec,! haying this let-
i... ri.l.i. i ii . . t ,
,, . T". i '
think they Will decamp. As
as you net the books and paners
nf tlu. thpv ,,oiil.l 1, nr.
and 1 hope to be with vou soon
iiii.il 1 - f -! b ntlier rirruifVi " a,ul
BUFFALO, Aug. 3, 1878. "THOS F. BENDIX.
'Queer, isnt it?" remarked Jacob
Messner, when he bad read this letter
to the lawyer,
tiuetr, replied Mr. AVhite,
yon supjiose that the letter was read
those parties Wore it i-eachod you ?
"That is what Mr. Heudix seems to
calculated on. There
of several hours before
was t.ut into i:iv bands, and I juilired
l.v tl.c st-iua. ! that ihn Ui-lay wad nl
tiiis -iid of Hit mutn. 1 lierefmc I kiij-
Kr unit llii-v rnau il.
"AnU tlify iiavt dif-ampeil?"
They are still al work, as if tln-v
l:;ul no suspicion of anv trouble."
"'J'litn it is mv ODiuion." said the
lawyer, "that tlu-y rely ujxiu iiittrcf-jit-
liiK the imv ana ki.-Uiiiz ios.'4-.'isioii of
the coiQ.niiation, so that they can le
strov liooks siul ;aiers ijn wiiicli
Mr. lk-ndix n-lii-s for i.ruof. Ii the-v
know th noMWord of which lie
-No ic.-rm knows it but Mr. lSenriix
and invsfif and the Uy. of course."
"Tliere would ni-am to be no danwr,
then, unless thev can inliiuiihtte the
"I have trieil to provide against
that. s;iid J;u.ijb Alessner. "I have
employej a private detective, who is to
watch the canal-boat, to see the ixiv as
he arrives, and to brine him to hie. If
they bhould make any attempt to
scare or corrupt him," thev will be
pounced upon and arrested at once."
There was a knock at the door, and a
man entered who hurriedly whispered
to Mr. Messner. That gentleman
jumped uii and jut on his hat.
-Lome, .Mr. inie, lie saiu. it neoias
thev have le'n shariff than we were.
and have xl ahead of us. Come; there
is not a moment to lose. V e will pick
up a jioliceinan or two on the way.
1 his is the detective or whom I just
soke to you."
It w.cs l.o more than half-pxst lii'ie
at iiijrht when Xick I'epiir left the
(Jeneral lini iusiU. lie had not gone
far froiii the wharf, wlii.-llin as he
went, when he was luosted by two
men, one middle-aired and the other
considerably younger. They were
well-dressed, and m aiiijearancv very
"Uooii eveinn;". sam me eiuer or me
two. "May I ask if vou came from the
can:;l-liat UtHtrai lluriixUlt."
"That's where I caiue from, replie J
Xick, who had a slight suspicion that
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Lilt lllllll lC UOIIIHH llC I1Jt;ii.
"A nd is your name ick 1'epper r
"That's mv name "said Xick, wonder-
inff how thev eot hold of it.
1 hen you are looking lor .Mr. Jacob
Messner. He has been anxiously ex-
Iectiiiffou, and has sent us to meet
you. e are two of his confidential
"That's all ncht then, said X ick Ins
suspicions vanishing at once. "Just
tike me straight to Mr. Messner, and I
will be obiigea to you.
"J'erhaiis that will hardly lie worth
while." paid the siHikesman. "He is an
old gentleman and doesn't like to be
disturbed, lie said that you had some
figures to tell him, and that you might
tell them to us."
"Joe," said Xick. (jiute abruptly.
"Joe," rejieated Xick.
"My name is not Joe. What do you
"I mean that vou donT (jet no figure
from me. Mr. Messner is the man 1
want to see,"
"Come on, then.
The two men siopiied in front of
saloon and invited the Uiy to walk
mil drink with them.
Xo. thank you, replied Xick. I
Won't you stop iu, then, and see us
"1 would rather wait out here.
"Well, never mind. We dons care
drink. We only wanted to be polite
vou as a stranger. e win go now
see Mr. Messner, and we will be
likely to liud him in his down-town of-
as he has had some troublesome
settlements to make lately, and has
liecn going through his books at
After walkine a few blocks further
they turned into a narrow street which
seemi-d to lie desertetl, as there was
nothing in it but warehouses, in
which no business was done at that
They siopiied at warehouse on the
corner of an alley, and the elder of the
two men took a key from his pocket
and ottencd the door, first looking
around to make sure that no one was
watching him. He probably did not
a man w ho had followed the party
1 1,. .rl ,1 u( ntiil u-liA run uiy in
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liefore he could finish the sentence, h e
was was seized around the body by the
elder man, and the younger one tied
hands behind his back with a hand
The albick wils so sadden and start-
lingthat he did not think to scream be
fore their object was accompli.shexl.
Thelitis siKiii as lit: oitemtl his nioutli.a
cockeil pistol wxs thrust into Ins race,
he wxs threatened with instant
As soon as the three were within, the
elderman insi-rtedakey in the in side of
lock, and locked the door,
"The old gentleman is afraid of ro!-
licrs." he said, "and alwavs insists in
keeninir the door lockeo.
The place was di'.ik as it is possible
dai kni-ss to bd, and it was not uu
one of the men had touched
match and lighted a lantern that Xick
Pepper was able to look almuL He
then saw that he was in a long room
which was entirely emptv. with the
exception of a broken counter and an
"This is a tiueer place. saiu Nick.
, cumpanied hi3 conductors to
. ' .. ..
rear end oi the room, -it uont
It Olj IMIS1..1
,,, jf . sl10uu Ul:lke an outcrv.
.ii i,.,i b u,n i,.r u-ith vmv"
.-.i wi.-.i .!. on mo-m V
Ve want those nuinliers," said the
,,.., :111i ,,. ,.w.un rt
th,.IU Give tll,.ni t U3 alld you luay
f, ,f ..... i.i,,,- .. i,-.;,,-
......v. j -
"i on dont get no ligures from me;
doirinillv renlieil the boy.
-i lio man hesiiat.J. and then laid
j.,,... his llistol
... thal ,...,, - he
w seohow ho likes to be strung
. , i
me young man prouueeu a long
stout mini, and the. elder m:ulo a slin-
; ..,,a.. ,,-i.i.d. ho ..i .i
.Ttmn, th iw-s ntH.C throwiiiL the
other end over a lieam.
i;ivn ikIIiii nimilwrs tin said, "or
ir-.iif -,t r.ri - .mitonxi
T ia Hurt iimliiit lia trua li tlm mr
hatiL'inF bv the cord around his neck,
u'liin L-u ti. .,i-.
Al V II lit T U0 IV Ay uv il III su ii u ana r. a u
o,,..;,. .tr.., -.ti i. ....i.i r,,
'a VA UlllllUVVl, 41V VOUI A VBS AVI U-n.
lun ,liln up AS..unr said the elder
man, and this tiuie he was let down
1 1 n.i..
iluiu aim uiciuiuon.
I a ha .nnlr nn Ilia Hiinr n diilr - tiAnr
burst in w th a eras i. and Jacob
IiMiiier'K iltftvfivn riwlioil in fiillnu-erl
... , . -
hvl.vAi.i ro men Mr MiMisnpr and
vi,ite. Xick's two tormentors
LorUt o..i,.i ,,.t i,,ii.,.fwi
the cord was loosenod from the
am KiUl tho nareis have
kiilp,i him " said Jacob Messner. "ltnn
The detective hurried out, and Mr.
look the boy's head on his knee,
while Mr. Messner fanned him vigor
ously with his hat. Soon Xick onened
eves and mouth, breathed audibly
faint! v whism'rexl the name of
Mr. Messner kneeled down by the
and nlaced his par near his Iins.
"Joe." whispered Xick.
"King." replied Jacob Messner, w ith
got, )u j1I3 voice.
Thai's right. Thirteen, eighteen.
twenty-eight. Tell Aunt Sarah there
one thing 1 knew how to do.
Then his lie:ui fell back on
It seemed to be a long time, allhoutrli
was not many minutes, liefore the
"Anv fee vou mav ask shall lie
yours, said Jacob Messner. "if vou can
the uov s me.
The physician felt his pulse and his
"It was a close share," he said; but
will save him."
. : r .1. t
'JT " " "'J
week, a semi-annual dividend of
per cent was declared on the
. , . ii
Pt;d stock, main stem, payable in
stock of the comran v. and a semi
.1 1 . l.l ...i.l T . .-a xav AUIil nn
"iiimni uiii:im ui uic I'v i vtiiu vu
ut.i- ..t i... ii'....i.:
.n- ui sue MUIU
railroad, payable in casli. The net
earnings of the main stem for the six
months enains March :51st were --
Ou4,oiJ, being S4j019 more than the
jieriod the preceding ve.1r. Af-
l. ....... . . - . .
"j ' Z 1 " a,la.
-Idditlou to the expenditure of
p in cash for new' locomotives
r::iljl I il. I i .n ha tl.i.t. n.A
, i . .,xiM v ma uiflll-
and investiuents for sinking
in reduction of mortgage) debt
amounting to Soiii.7Io. tho rloatiuir
(incurred in aiding the constriic
rim of connooting roivda) was further
reduced during the six inontlis by the
application of net earnings to the ex
tent of 87til,04i). The stock dividend
aggregate 5.&i;J shares at par, an
equivalent of S50SJ.
A Letter From the Widow Recalling
the Brutal Crime.
Mrt II. r. In'j-ersoll. Secretary of the
C liislioliii Monument Association, has
sent t!ie following li tter to the Xew
York Tribune :
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 29, 1879.
My Dear Fkienii: fine moiitlifrom
to-dav atid two years will have epaiseti
since the terriMe tf'th ci April 1
which those who blackened with crime
that sunnv Sabbath, jestingly orthreat-
eninelr. according to their moon, can
the -black Sunday." In answer to
vour kindlv recuest that I should write
vou when 1 succeeded iu bringing
awav the remains of my husband and
children who on that day fell martyrs
to trip unhallowed hate of the KI so
called "best citizens of Kemper county
I now address vou.
For acarr months I have planned
and been disappointed in my hoies,till
mv haart irrew sick, but on the 4th of
the nresent month. I received from our
tme'friend. Mr. Charles Iloseiibaum. a
telegram telling me they had been sent
bv exDress: TEree dayri i later, came a
letter eivine me particulars. When
thev were disinterred, the collins were
found in so perfect a state, they were
not pvpti Miiied. These collin3 were in
closed in boxes lined with zinc and sol
dered, and the name ot each dear occu-
imnt was written thereon, lhese ue-
L-iils weit verv irrateful to me.
t leit vv asuniKLoii nn myi"'"s v
the Oth of the prnt month, passing
tl.rn.rl. IIjriil.miT where mv son.
Clav, joined me, and we proceeded to
lxx.lc llaven, tne county seat oi cnu-
ton county, l'a. Here we were met by
Mr. J. C Siemund, of the town
of Salona. which lies In a
rich valler between two mountain
ran ires, almut five miles from Lock
llaven Mr kind friends adrisca me
. ... . . ,
not to attempt the meeting with
my leloved, w ho are called dead: but
with me, in my thoughts awake and in
mv dreams' aslem. they are always
. 1 t ..!" .. tiiaaI. I
liiraeiii.aiiiiiicinu'" r. , -, I
ing them inlleaven.I desired to be with
once more on earth. All nature
was ml .lied in SDOtlesS SIIOW. US if in
emblem of their own purity. The
mountain tons on every side pointed
inn-aril nmi the everiTeens on their
sides reminded me that heaven is eter
nal. I need not tell you or the grace
ful welcome extended by .Mr. sig-
mund's family and the friends of his
household who were there, 1 ou can
easily perceive that wose wno naa so
generously prolTerexl me for my friends
the hospitality of s grave among the
grand scenery or tueir mountain, Knew I
how to make it acceptable. I can not I
tell you of that night- I wonder that
even I, who nave uvea inrougu so
mucli, did not die before it was- over. I
And ret. O. my tlod ! the delightful
happiness of once more lieing assemb-
l.l n iinlirnl'fin f-JfllilV fllY'lA llllllorl tl
a.i, uiiiMuiivii . ..... ...
the Kline roof my husband, myself
Cornelia the first to awaken parental
in our hearts. Johnnie the first
sacri lice on the altar of filial love Clay
and Willie. Truly, Udar raauam, anna
all mv sorrows I always remember 1 1
am his wife and their mother. I hug
ever to my heart as the sweetest.
most comforting memory, giving
promise that the Father will not forget
me altogether, however much I may be
eal led to endure. In the hours ot tneisuy
niirht I lived over the lieautiful twen-l
tv years of my married life to the last;
and over and again could I hear!
Johnnie, my brave, delicate boy.
the last wonls he spoke to me "Mother,
I leave father they will kill himT
He did not leave him. and, true to
his words, the vile demon killed "any
body who gets in tho way of my kill-
ing Judge Chisholm ;" killed him. first
shooting off. with deliberation, his
baud, and then pierced his heart, 1
heard mv husband's last whisper. "Je
sus, Father wife, precious wife, Cor
nelia's last sw t words as I gave her a
white lilly: "Mamma, you've a sick
baby this morniug." Again I saw her
little white fingers hold it up and whis
per. "Mamma, how tine!" "Yes "said I,
is the emblem of punty, und over
and over again she whisiieredthe word
iiuritv. I told her the angels in Hea
ven were not more pure than my baby
mrl. She smiled back at mo, and in
hour Uod had healed her wounds
uid made her well In Heaven.
"Of the blood of the martyrs is ths
seed of the Church." But it is hard to
perceive whv the bravest and grandest
men: tho fairest, gentlest, most
boyi; the most delicate,
winsome rosebud of irirls should in
inie of "peace" (V) anarchy, be called
to die by the brutal hands of those
incarnate demons who are siyiea men
to die for a country which "docs not
the legal means to punish the guil
murderers" hard for the wife and
mother of those throe to comprehend
II... L...1 vim lt-ia muttiM fia trail I .
T I lll.li .I'm " .... 1 UJ11..1. w "
mercy among his attributes environ
with his direct curses tuo aiioiogists,
instigators and the roui jierpetra-
tors of the murder of the five iiersons
who fell victims to their hate on the
.th day of April, A. D. 1S77. Amen!
The morning after my arrival at
Salona. I was invited down to the
family parlor: there I found all assem
bled. Tho son, vouug Mr. Sigmund,
read a lwrtion of the Scripture appro
priate to the circumstances, and all
kneeling, a lady present raised her
voice in prayer. Tho prayer was
a burden of complaints that the
I.ord had so neglected us, as wo are
prone too often to make, but seemed 1
earnest expression of thanks for all I
mercies. The day proved bitter I
cold, with a driving rain' direct from
north, and a heavy snow under
foot, ret when all renaired to the told
nfutl.iioir I'luirviii utmni in o'clock tho
.arte house was full. In tho pulpit
were the nastor. the ltev. I- ii. lleck. I
Rev. U. II. Flocher, the ltev. Mr. the
Diven.and the ltev. U L. Haugha- ner
The ltev. Mr. Diven was the
orincinal sneaker. He recapitulatetl
,nnnw -.f iii fi..fs ti!iiil it lieautiful I
tniinte t the tiatrotisiii of the father,
filial devotion of tho son. and doge
wonderful love of tho dauL'h-
which overcame pverv
seuso of natural timidity and
niade her forgot herself and gladly die
her father. I remember he thank- loar.
tl, man who in.-nlft it nosisiblo thev
could find a resting place in the midst fore
their neighborhood; and in the
nauieof the community at largo bade ea
both the dead and the living members a
my .husband's' family welcome in
their miusi: assurea uis nearers mat
there would be a monument erected.
bade them note the moral it
would noint Twas said that notwith
standing the inclemency of the day,
people were gathered in from ten to
twelve miles, and I heard it said after
ward that if the day had been line the
cemetery itself would not have held
number. The line salona jsand
volunteered their attendance, preced-
inirthe precious remains, playing a
solemnly sweet dirge. At the grave
were gathered a great number, and af
ter the burial service once more did
mother earth take into her bosom
those who are dear to all who love ia-
tnotism and filial devotion, l can not
or thank the jieople enough for
their kind sympathy, but 1 can and
honor them for their genuine loy-
devotion to their country's friends the
which prowpieu an tnis. a uiu not stop-and
to remove my dear ones to a
siK.t for their last rest than
had before, or that the wild bird's
would trill forth a softer melody,
that the flowers above them would
inwinr twrfnme. It w.-ls not to
the place where they were already our
resting was not endeared by many ties,
Others dear to me sleep there: near by hnd
the pleasant cotUge to which my than
husband took me as his yqun? wife,
whore were born CorncliA and Clar. the
these sweet memories rose lo bid
sleen on undisturbed. But no. I bor
could not let them rest in the soil of the
State which for two vears has
failed even to nut tho seal of her dis- think
approval on a crime which appalled
Satan himself, and caused his lesser
demons to cry out and hidethemselves
horror. Thev now rest on a beauti
hillside, at whose foot ripples a
stream, and among whose ever-
greens the spring bird s song will trill
above them, t.entie nands win wreathe
flowers above their breasts, and
modest violets and pure white lilies
perfume the air. The rocks on
mountains are fit symbols of the
freemen forming the community, and
will he tbe last people to surrender
the'baltle hag under which they will
found, ever ready to contend fur
Ify Jong letter has now closed, If it
conveys td you tne lnioruiauun au
kindly asked it is wen; ir not, takeror
apology the groit djlljculty for me
all others on earth to write a desc-rip
letter on this subject, which is the
emotion of my life.
Very resjiectfully your friend,
Mrs. W. W. Chisholk.
Mr. H. V. IngertoU, Secretary
Chisholm Monument Aneociation.
A GENEROUS OFFER.
The Son of "Old John Brown" Offers
His Services to the Aid of
the Colored Race.
PUTIN-BAY ISLAND, LAKE ERIE,
OTTAWA, Co., O., April 14, 1879.
T'i the E'iit ir the LtiuUr:
Your kind fj ur is before hiv,
which you say:
"II yuii rojld al an earlT date. Lire
your views on the new plan to solve
tlie- neirro question in the SmtLeru
Mates by enngnitio.'i, we would beglad
lo publish llieui.
itu thanks for vour trenerous oiler.
1 will now say briefly in reply, that, so
far as I understand the plan referred
to, it has my heartiest approval; and 1
win iurtner sav that mv ilesire that
this emigration movement shail be a
success in everv sense of the word is
much greater than 1 have words to ex
press. 1 will write at another time.
giving my views more fullv. Vor the
present, and in proof of the sincerity of
"i ,W"1S Purpose, f will say that
wsar) traveling ana subsistence
'J,J" 'il.n w ulh 1 W1.11 llyut "'7
l"l!?utti VLor l? Ul!s fc1"1'"" work
,t,'ou,t "P'g thereby to aid
somewliat this move of the oppressed
to better their condition.
ThouL'li I am nearly M rears of asa
my health was never better, and I have
yet left au amount of physical strenfrth
anu endurance rarely possessed by
men oi mv age. Jieiieviugthat my ex
perience in pioneer life may be of
value lo tnose emigrants, thouch
p am them, i win go for tills pur-
iiose to Kansas, Nebraska, Colonulo. or
to any lmrtion of the W est and North
west where it mav be considered that
I can work in this causo most ctlicient-
A large, immediate emigration, it
seems to me, is of less importance than
Uha (.ufiii -Mt.i,iiut.ma..f r
"v CWWI.WIUI s .iMtlllJtl UltilV Ul
who have already reached their new
tomes. or n,:iy now ou tneir wav to
----- T. "v I""""- "V . T
soive in regitru to tins matter, that it
Ill;lT re:4ch ltlB attention of those inter
them ested. Mr time for action, it seems to
me, has once more come, I would not
"lie found wantine."
l ours for the right, through weal or
JOHN BROWN, JR.
Motley and Bismarck at Vienna.
Mr. Stimnor was in tho habit of tell-
ing, with much humor, one amusing
incident in Motley's diplomatic career
in Vienna. After the close of the
joint war of I'russia and Austria
against Denmark on the question of
the duchies. It sinarck came to Vienna
to settle the terms of peace with the
Emperor. Ho arri ved too late to go to
the office of tho Ministnr nf V'.iri.im
Affairs, ami remembering that his old
11 1 f.,r, i t nl..,,., tl..llnR .1.-
mii.,ioii.j niuiis, .uuin j , v .vt tile
American minister, he drove directly
to his house, and found Motley just re
love tiring from a modest family dinner,
with nothinir but the remains of the
dessert on the table. The old friends
hands and hearts;
fresh viands were furnished from
Motley's kitchen and fresh Uurgundy
from his cellar, and hour after hour
the old collegians went over their stu-
dent experience and frolics at the Uni-
oi iiernn, wiinout stieaking a
wora about liolities. After crack in
uiidnight, left Motlev's house, and
sauntered away whistling to his hotel
his last walnut and swallowing
last glass of wine, Uismarck, long i
this time i
"blood and i
with an immense internal satisfaction
the entertainment he had derived
from his first night s experience
Hut the eyes of Kurope were
on the terrible man
ron." The fon-itrn i
bassies were in an uproar. Was it pos
sible mat mere was to be an alliance
between Prussia and the United
States? It was known that Xew
ork was, in respect to its Crerman
pollination, the third or fourth tier-
man city in the world. W hat mean
this mysterious visit to tho American
minister the first viait the dreaded
Prussian statesman had made on en
tenng Vienna? Telegrams flew to
ijoudon, fans. Tuun. and St. Peters
burg. The ingenuity of diplomatists
was taxed to account lor what was ac
countable, Sumner himself, as chair
man of the Senate Committee of For
eign Affairs, received private letters
front eminent persons abroad earnest
inquiring whether the I. nited States
'l;tu o'v eu to uepan, irom noii-mier-
tvivovv niwi svistj uituiiii va A- A I v I ry no
recom mended by tho immortal W ash
ngton, etc, absurd letters, at which
Sumner, who knew Motley's early as
sociations with Uismarck. exhibited
teeth in the most genial and hu-
morous of smiles. Ho laughed with
occurrence some years
hen the affair was ex
plained to him just as he had divined
It is a pity that this one humor
incident in the whole dreary cor
respondence of the American Depart
ment or State with its ministers
ihroad is not recorded iu any State
paper, litit it is certain that for
or two it seriously disturbed the
consultations of every cabinet iu Eu-
roie. ft. '. II fttiwle. in Harper
jjotiev OVer the
. . . . .
Among the hill tribes of the Anglo-
Indian frontier, cunning is quite as
highly esteemed as iicrsonal prowess,
there is ample foundation for the
native proverb that "it is easier to find
snow in summer than tooutwita Khy
hereo." Hut even these masters of
stratagem occasionally meet their
match, as tho following adventure,
iu the words of lU hero, a Hindoo
trader, sulhciently shows: "When I
started to go from Pcshawur to Herat,
knew that I couldn t expect to pass
mountains without meeting a rob-
ortwo. anu t maoe my pretiara
waut. tious accordingly. I laid out all my
money in seyenu large aiamoiids.
rVliich 1 fKiuiid aroiuid inv lieiul m
soiled rag, made to look like the ban-
of a wound. Then I put on the
raggedest clothes I could get, and
loaded a donkey with loaves of spiced
bread, such as the mountaineers like.
putting a good dirse of opium in every
and away 1 went uriying my
lea.st Ix'forc me. It wasn t long be-
I fell in with half a dozen 'ghor
of nmsaugs (bngands), who never troub-
uiemsetves aiKmt me. iieeiiig wnat
miserable object 1 looked, but flew at
upon the bread and devoured it
The opium was not long in pro-
producing its effect, and as soon as
were fast asleep I took what
money they had. packed all their weap
and tne best ot tneir clonics upon
donkey, and went on my way. Hut
can tell you. Sahib, I took care never
travel by that road again.
The great fault with lieoplo in
America is their haste to labor aud ac
complish something without stopping
think. This precipitous manner of
actiii" has been the cause of manv
bankruptcies and failures in business
in tins country. And we do not
think we are far out of tfie way when
sav that it has irreatlv increased
financial didiculties. People should
consider, and consider well
before unneriaKing any wor oi im
sweeter portance. Hut thought Is just as re
thev quisite after work is commenced to
it on to; successful completion,
Thought is necessary at first in order
besure we are rurht. otherwise all
labor would be in vain, and after
perhaps several years of hard work we
ourselves bankrupt and worse
when we started. It seems
scarcely necessary to say, that after
work U commenced, we should
cultivate thought even more than la
me in order to direct every effort to
right po"t. This is something
Americans should learn. They should
a (treat deal more and not rush
the work so quickly.
We are more and more sure, by ex-
nerience. that the reason for the oler-
vallce oI tie Sabbath lies
lies deep in the
everlasting necessities of human na
ture, and t h:it as long as a man is man,
blessedness of keeping it, not as a
of rest only, but as a day of spirit
ual rest, will never be annulled. "e
certainly feel bv experience the eter
nal qlilirfitioru becaiiso of the eternal
necessity, of the bahljath. The soul
withers "witfiont it- It thrives in pro
portion to its observance. The Snl
bath was made for man. God made it
men in a certain spiritual state, be
cause they needed it- The need, there
fore, is deeply hidden in human nature,
w ho can dispense with it must be
and spiritual indeed. And he
still unholy and unspiritual,
would yet dispense with it, is a man
would fain lie wisur than his
Anointing in Infantile Disorders—
Anointing in Infantile Disorders— Scarlet Fever.
More than twenty years ago a cor
reriwnde.Mt communic itel lo the
Hcit-ntijf'j Amerk-an the following bl'.u
p.e treatment f ,r scarlet fever.
When tlie first symptoms of the Iis-eaea:'-ar
anoint thf tles'a of the ri;v
tim from head to foot with the inside
of the rind or fatty jiortiou of a snmk
eil luiin, and rnew the application its
ofton as the tlMh laycomes drr. The
writer has saved his own children, and
after our application we received a
nuinlierof letters from persons who
had tried the simple remedy in their
own families with satisfactory suc
cess. We are reminded of the above by
reading in a recent number of the Lan-
ft the foiiowing testimony of II.
;u:ird Knaggs. L D, F. I.. S, on the
v;Uue of aiiointinir in infantile disor
ders of various kinds, reporting a nuin
lier of remarkable ftuses lit support of
-During the past eleven mouths I
have been testimr. with uniformly suc-
cesstui results, the value or a very
simple method of treating such Infan
tile com plaints as atrophv, bronchitis,
convulsions, diarrhea, febrile disturb
ances tferierallr. and indeed all disor
ders of childhood which are accompa
nist uy an unnatural stateor the skin.
"llie treatment simply consists in
smearing with salad oil the whole sur
fiice of the bodv. from the crown of
the he;ui to the tips of the ringers and
toes, tiie process being repeated every
twelve. Six, or eveu four hours, ac
cording to the urgency of thu case. Of
course, the use of a long flannel gowu
or small blanket is obvious, and the
fluid should be sliirhtlv warmed.
"The application of oil possesses the
ioiiowing immense advantage over tho
ordinary warm bath :
"1. Skin-action 13 more completely
and permanently restored.
"2. The danger of reaction is avoided
for there is no sudden change of tem
perature; and moreover, tho sheet of
oil protects the surface from atmos
pheric influent es.
"3. It acts as a full-food, urnt only
preventing waste of t:ssnn. but actual
ly lncre-.isin fie bulk of the little pa
"4. It does not depress, but, on tho
contrary, appeals to exhilarate.
"It will scarcely be credited by many
that the formidable affections aliove
mentioned will frequently yield to this
treatment, or, at any rate, show signs
of abateraeut in from twenty minutes
four and twenty hours: but such
the case, though sometimes forty-eight
or even seventy-two hours will clase
before any decided signs 01 improve
ment occur. Ui:lenliJlo A me rutin.
In the donate Monday lilaiue opened
the debate on tUe Army Appropria
tion Hill with n powwrful speech.
few of the points are given below:
He declared that the Democrats were
trving to impose a false; issue ou th
country trying to make it nppear that
the Republicans were attempting to
keep themselves in power by the liber
use uf the bayonet lie held in hu
hand a statement of the number of
soldiers east of Omaha. Looking to
ward Ilayard aud Saulsbury, he asked
them how many were in Delaware
They could not telL Xot one, said
lilaiue ; and, therefore, the great Slate
Delaware is not in danger of being
crushed by the mailed heel or military
iiower. in vtcst Virginia now many
Not one. Yet without tho presence of
soldier on the son or his State Sena
tor Hereford had worked himself into
perspiration last Friday in his
speech about the army. Hereford's
face turned red and there was audible
laughter in the galleries as Blaine
demolished his great speech in a few
Turning to tho Virginia Senators
Lilaiue asked llieui how many soldiers
were in their Stale, and if hey were
afraid ? 1 Ic showed that there was not a
soldier in the State outside of tho artil
lery training school at Fortress Mon
roe. In Xorth Carolina there are
but thirty. South Carolina 120, (ieorgin
tweiity-r.ine, and In Tennessee and
Mississippi none. In the whole South
there are 1.125, not quite one to
county, and he might have said that
nine-tenths of these has been ordered
awav to the Indian frontier.
"Why," cried Blaine, "no two Demo
cratic Senators can go into the cloak
room and look each other in the face
without smiling and blushintf." He
showed that there were double as
many soldiers In Xew Eng
land as iu tl.-e South iu proportion
the population, yet the people of that
section did not feel crushed by the
mailed heel of power, and had notliintr
fear at elections. "Why," exclaimed
lilaiue, ad vaLCing towards the Demo
cralic side, "there is not in the whole
South one soldier to a county, and on
one to each sixteen polling places.
Each soldier would have to lie divided
into sixteen pieces to get enough to
W illiams, or Kentucky, said that lie
seen soldiers at the polls. "W lien
cried Blaine. "In 18io,"said Williams;
which lilaiue replied that there
were nrobablv a rrreat manv In the
State at that time trying to keep out
Jen. Davis Democrats, W'ho attempted
light in the rebel army, ami vote
Kentucky out 'of the I'liion at the
Senator I.ogan arose and said that
the time mentioned he commanded
sixty-five thousand men in Kentucky;
the soldiers were not allowed
the polls, and that the election
as quiet and fair as any held in
Blaine charged that the political
measure on the Army Bill had not
been considered bv the com m it tee. but
matured by Democratic caucuses.
then thrust into the House, and
thence into tha Senate. He showed
the country wxs virtually under
rule of the Southern ' Democracy,
having miny out or iorty Deino-
cratlcJSenators, and a very large major
oi tue irvuiociauv majority in tue
House of ltelresentativtL As early
lisrtd Alexander II. Stephens had said
a united South and their Xortli
ern allies would rule the country.
was only thirteen It
true- to-uay, and Stephens was
to see the marvelous fulfillment
Do It Now.
The best time to do anything is at
first convenient ouporsuuity that
offers after the doing becomes a ne
cessity. W e would not have a man
a iiajr-neiq ana go a nine or two
tools and appliances to replace a
broken tooth in a rake, but we would
him replace it betore the rake
again taken into the field. A strap
a string may serve to repair a brok
harness for the time, but the farm
should no more think of continuing
use in an unsafe condition than the
sailor should think of putting to sea
a new voyage witn the jury-masts
had rigged with which to make
after his soars had been carried
by a gale. Neither should he
neclect to keen close attention
everything about the premises.
Spanking as a Cure.
Spanking has varied uses. A child
Fort Wayne. Indiana, hail the mis
fortune to suck a kernel of corn into
windpipe. The doctor was soul for
haste, and announced that it would
necessary to perform the oiieration
tntcheotomy to save the child's life.
Hooser mother, familiar with a
practice Cjf domestic surgery of a dif
ferent sort, 4ml not pleaswl with the
of having the clnd's windpipe eut
seized the sufferer by one leg.
holding him up, head downward,
administered sundry resounding
panks. There was a sound not un
the reivort of a nonirun. and the
kernel of corn was ejected with great
1 ne Child Was at Once relieved.
recovered. Of Course.
, t t , . ... 1
female book-airetlt caiiseil the '
in the SacrjIUentO Dee. Of !
death of one tree, W. BrufT. But
Was not dead, and appealed to the
etotlke back what the obituarv ;
said. The Bee found tlu- woman.'
exblaine,! that Itruff owed
had fixed a day when he would
11 lie was alive. As he did not
she concii)del he was qead, aqd au
liuhlisfied him in the Be. Hruff and
Bet iieonle are'talkinir the thins!
in serious tones, but the little wo
wairdsh druzsrist at MadLson
the other day hired a man to
a tiirv-e nf ml flannel nn tho e-ir !
f 1 1 . ? . . '
of a horse and set it afloat, mak- j
peoilie along llie Shore believe that I
was liovtoiL Skiffs shot out from I
side to meet the gallant swim-J
and by the time the object came;
opposite the city hundreds of mwii, w- i
and children lined the banks.
Republic State Convention.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1879.
STATE REPUBLIC CENTRAL AND
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS,
COLUMBUS, OHIO, March 10, 1879.
cy uirc-ii.m in in scale Central Coraxairti-e.
The iitt R'pnMicau Sui' Coiivi.tion w;I! N
bcM in the City of Oueia.-uli. Ohio, .ei
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1879.
The Ceav-allna will d-mln::: ciui,i,l;it.-
Aiiditur of StaU.
Treasurer of Slat.
Member of the B-ril of Pnlll
Works. We recommend that 3irt be ma.'. t se
cure a btrge attendance at tbe nieetlii'i to ap
point delegates, so tfiat tbe people s'ljl! U
fairly represented iu the State Couveution. n.i:
uVif a Jar a, ptitU the CwtHty Central I'uii
mifbx he aiifmiiil r,i ai the sum lime that uV k
latti to the State fmcmut art ch-v. if thi j
Ian nof teem appolmf heore.
THE BASIS OF KEPUE6EXTAT10X lu the
ConveuUon will be one delegate to every FIVE
HTXDKEU VOTES east lor Milton Barnes for
Secretary of Slate In UTS, and one additional
delegate for auy fraction of two hundred and
ARy vote and upwards in each county.
The following tabu; shows the vote cast It
ililt in Uarnes for Seeretay of State lu 1873, an J
the number of delegates to which each County
v. ill be entitled, viz :
II 7U C
21 Hi 4
. ..' STJ
BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
J. S. ROBINSON.
Chairman Rep. State Ex. Committee.
It Is Iowa that takes the lead in e.!n
eating younr women to be n-u-fiil mi
capable wives. It has a col lego in which
every girl is trained in the practical
unties anu accomplishments of the
same! nouse-wire. it is said of each
of the junior class of this iiwiitn.
tiou that she has learned to make good
bread, weighing and measuring the in
gredients, mixing, kneading and bak
auu rciruiiiiinir her hro. Kni h .-
boeu taught to mako yeast and
bake biscuit, puddings, pies of various
aiiHts; now to cook a roast tin.il
siean aim mage a migrant cup of t-of
"ow 10 stun iin roa,si a turkey
ii.ia.i3 oysir soup, nrenare ntcu-ts f,.r
other soups, steam and mash potatoes
that they will melt in the mouth
and. iu short, to preimre a first-class
The short walklne- dresn fur l:iilina iu
rapidly comiiu into use. Aside fn.m
giving its possessor an opportunity lo
anon ureity IOOL Wirillllit m-ilrin r a
show of it. this sensible fashion has
other advantages. It gives ladies
mil use oi uotii nands while walk
ing, and enables them Lo. ffl hum a m-il It
tieoentlr clean underskirts tu-n .rru.
lorus mat a good manv of them have
enjoyed for several years past
Submitting Propositions to Amend Section
of Article Two, Section One of Article Three,
and Section Four of Article Ten of the Constitution
the State of Ohio.
He It Tkaofanf hu th iiMrni t .i.iu ,j
St.itc of Ohio ithree-Kftli. nf u n..
. - w. uit-iiiirr.,
elected to e-w h House concurring thenin).
That propositions to amend tbe Coutllullon irf
the Slate of Ohio, be suBnititi,! in ti. .
. """souu i uesuay ot October.
.. . ioiiows. io-wu: that Hectiou
wo of Article two s.x ii,.n ... . .
ii i .,..-.1. . iucir
mien, uu tcciiod tour oi Article ten
amended as to read as follows :
Sfc. 2. Senators and Kennu,.-.ti.
be elected biennially by Ibe electors lu tbe re-
ix-vu.eoouuiiesor aistnets. at a lime pre
enbed by law : their term of nm- .K .11
nience ou the Tuesday next after the 8n.t Mon-
ujj ui nauuarv inereailer. aud eontiiiiu. lirn
Src, I. The RxeeuUve Department shall eou
tt of a frovemor. Lieutenant 1 :...,,... h-.
retnry of State, Auditor, Treasurer and AUor-uey-f;eneral.
who snail be chosen by the elec
brrs of the State, at the place of voonir fur
iiim-,9 u, iiic umirnu juaeiuriiv mill ut
me prescribed by law.
Kite. 4. TownshlD officers ahsll li elivt.il un
the first Monday of Auril. anniii.il h. 11..
tuaiiDed eleeturs of Iheir respnetivepiwusliliM,
.uu -..a., uuiu i neir onicesiorone yearrrom the
m,.ty nru succeeoiug ineir eieiriion, aud
until Iheir successors are MuaJitteil. eirei.l
iwnsblp Trustees, who shall beeleLSed ! th.
ualilled electors in tbe several townshius of
ic mue on me Dim Mouear 01 A urn. A. 1 1
Ml. one to serve for Iba term of one year, one
nr two years and one fur I'irni trim mi..i
the Bnt Monday of April In each rear then-sr-
ter one Trustee shall be eieelMl. to hold the of-
ace lor tnree years fruin the Monday next suc-
neuuig ni aiection. aua uum nil suestmor u
FORM OF BALLOT.
At said election the yjters In favor of tlia
annpuon i tne amenament to Section two. Ar-
tide two, shall have placed upoa their ballot
me woras. -Amendment 10 Section two, Artie
le two. ef Constitution. 1 - ;" and those who
ao not lavor me aaopuon of said amendment
shall have placed upon their ballots the words,
"Amend uent lo Section two. Article two of
Constitution, ho ;" loose who favor the adop
and Itionof Section one. Article three, shall taave
I'.,- . UK.n, 1 ... vi..v, iir ui, suirna
uieut to section one. Article thre, ofCuastltu-
Ooo. Tes;" and those who do not favor the
adootion efaald amendment shall ha.. rj,i
jUun lhrlr ballou the words. -Amendnient !
four. Article ten. shall have Wared ui.. ih.i.
'"oLs te words. -Amendment to Secuon four.
c.l?.!T..'St',i,onTI" :" "d
mem snail nave piaml utxin their Lai ir.
iwinieiii so nection lour.
JAMES E. NEAL,
Speaker of the House of
JABEZ W. FITCH.
President of the Senate.
President of the Senate. Passed April 12, 1879.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, OHIO,
Office the Secretary of State.
SeereLiry of Stale of the
Wale ot Ohio, do hereby certify, that the fure
P going la a true copy of an act pad by tbe
onerai A-nemby of the state of onio. on tiie
,3n day irt Apni. A. I. l7-j. taken from tiie
'" rohs aied in this ofllee
ilU ZTk Ld.
sbali ned my official seal, at Cotmnbu
MILTON BARNES. Secretary of State.
Ccic! raiv-a A;.:cr:can
regular, at times costive :
SYMPTOMS OF WGP.MS.
fTHF. ccur.tenance is psle and loaJen
I A colorcJ. with occasional flushes, or
.a tircunifiTibcJ s;Kt on cne or Loth
checks; the cy-s Lccoir.e d'.i'l; the pu
pils d;!-te; auro semicircle runs
aiur.g the lowjr cyc li J ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional
headjiKe, v. i;h humming or throbbing
oi the c.r--; r.;i unusual secretion of
saliva: silm or furred tongue; breath
very ioul, r.-utii-iilarlv 1:1 the morning
eppctite variable, sometimes voracious,
u-ith a in sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleetin
pains :n t.ie stomach; occasional
vomiting; violent pains
.";d;men; bowels lr-
not tiri'reii-.xir.Iy t:r..rcd with blood
bc.lv swollen and hard; urine turbid
resj.ir.-.M m (x c.isionaliy difficult, and
accompanied Ly hiccough; cougl
sometimes cry and convulsive ; uneasy
-n.l distiirlied ah-.-ji, with grinding of
t!i:; treiri ; tenijr'.r variaok', but gener-
'J.ly i.-ritai &:c.
V.'hencvcr t!:e above svmptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. Mc LANE'S VERMIFUGE
r. i'.I certainly cflect a cure.
IT t'Ol.s NOT COXTAIX MF.RCVRT
in any '.orm , it is an innocent prepara
tion, ut (tipjtte of deing the sligklesl
injury to the most t.nJ.r infant.
The genuine Hh. McLaxe's Vfr
MiFicF. bears the signatures of C. Mc
I.AXE and I-LKiUNa Bros, on the
DR. C. KcLANE'S
are not recommended as a remeily ' for all
the ills that floh is heir to," but in affections
of the liver, and in all l'.ilious Complaints,
Liysp-p .1 an.l ick Headache, or diMcasesof
that i'!iu:'a.:vr, thev stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic cm be used preparatory
to, or alter tating 1 'uinine.
A. 1 simple pu.gaiive they are uncqoaled.
BEWABE Or IHITATIOXS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a re.l wax seal on the lid with
the impression Dr. McLane's Lives Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
AICLANg and FLEMING JJros.
. Insist npon having the genuine Dr. C. Mc
Lane's Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, Fa., the market Ceing
full of imitations of the name McLane,
speiica ainercntiy dui same pronunciation.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS.
D. Tctt: Dear Sir: For ten years I hare
been B martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and
Piles. Last Spring yuur Pills srererwoiu mended
tome; I used tiiem (but with little faith). I
am now a well man, have good appetite, diges
tion perfect, regular stools, piles rone, and I
have gained forty pounds solid dcsli. They are
worth their weight in gold.
Kkv. K. L. SIMPSO.V, LoaisTillc, Ky.
A TORPID LIVER
is the fruitful sonree of many diseases, snch as
pyspep.ia.Sii k Headache, Costiveness.bysi.-n-tery,
bilious Fcvpt, Ague and Fever, Jaundice,
Tnu'i Pills exert a powerful influence on the
Liver .and will with certainty relieve that Impor
tant organ from disease, And restore iu normal
The rapidity sri !h which persons takeon fleshy
hlleundertbeinauence of thene pills. of itself
Indicates Iheir adaptability to nounah the bodv,
hence their efficacy in curing nervous debility,
dyspepsia, wasting of the muw.-les.sluggishne!a
ofUiellver.ch ron ic const I paxlon. and uuparUng
health and strength to tbe system.
Only with retrnlari tr of the bowel can perfect
health be enjoyed. When the constipation is of
recent dete, a single dose of TTJTTS FILLS
will suffice, but If it has become habitual, one
Mil .aouia urn Ulifl r.rv Dicbl, gradual, I
lag lb. ireeu.ncy of 111. ijm. uoul a rarular dally
buiwraetrt la olAaia-rd, which will mod follow.
Held Everywhere, as ewte.
0F7ICZ, 39 xra&AY ST., WEW TOSZ.
Grest Kidsey Mdi-
eiee. cures I'ams
in the ltark, side
linms. and all
discaiesnf the Kid
neys, nimbler and
I riiiary organs.
11 r 1 1 h t ' 1
llsi-:eM ul lli kul.
neys. Retention or Ineonrlnenee nf I line, Xer
Vlous iliiea-ies. Kem:ite WeriKln-?. and Excess
: HUNT'S REMEDY is prepared EX
PRESSLY lor liiese diwares.
r.mt Her. K. . Taor, V. J)., Vivior F.Vf
xmi,jm 1 ntirrn;
I'hovidrxc-r. K. I.. J:in. . Is7!.
I can testify to the virtue of IH'.Vr'S KE.UE
DY in Kidney Iiio-ase Irmn actual Inai, hav
ing been much U-ueutU'd by its use.
E. .. Taviob.
From a lirlirttt il.nihrif the H.lwlv4 fpui
1'iiiLAnKi.rHiA, Pa.. April I. PC.
Wll. E. t'LARBK. ijriir .Sir- II. ml'. l.Vi.u.
has cured my wife of Iinifisv 111 its worst
iiinu. All boe had left u lor luotitiis. All say
that It is a luiriicle. Water had iln.i.ed from
her right limb for months, r'urty-eu'lit bourn
had Liken all the extra wali r fn.Mi the sys
tem. All other m.- iiiH h:ut bei-n lri.il. None
succeeded but HI NT'S KEMEltV.
tut Xorth Seventeenth St.
and is used by
advice of Phys
It has stood
test of time fi.r
years, and II
lie placed i
ONE TBI A
Will Co. .i.e. Vo
Send tor 1-aiiiphlet to Ww. E. CLARKE.
I'uonl.K.vtli. K. I.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION.
Proposing an Amendment to Sections Three and
Five, Article Four, of the Constitution Reorganizing
Judiciary of the State.
Be It Ilenolveil by the Oclieral Assemlilv of
State of Ohio itliree-nitlis of ail the m'eiii-
Uers elected to each House cimeiirritiir therein 1.
That a proposition to auieml the Coiistituiinii
the M;Ue of Ohio be submitted to tiie eiee
of the .stale, oil the second Tuesday of
October. A. I. 17. as follows, to-wit : Thai
3 and i of article 4. entitled "Judicul,
amended so as P be and read as follows :
M.iTlv.l 1 1 lie State shall be divided into
nine omuion I'leas Ui-trici. of winch tiie
ounty of ILuulltou shall eoustitiite one. which
District shall lie of eomiijct territorv. bomid-
by county hues, and said district, other
man saiu county 01 Hamilton, nli.ill witlnsit
divisinn or eotiuties. be farther divided into
b-dlvLsl ns. la e.u-ll of w hu h. anil In said
county of Hamuli. 11. there shall lie clevt..i hv
electors Ihensif. respectively, t leait one
judge 01 tne 1 win of 1 0:111111, u I'leas Inr tl
Isslrii-t. and n-suliu Ihereiu. I 'ourls of Com
nmo Pleite shall lie lield hy nnenr neire i tbesi
Judges iu every county of the district, as often
niay be provided by law, and more th.-tii on
court or sittiug thereof may be held al the same
iiiae iu eai-11 uistrict.
MO'. S. lu each district there shall lie eli-et
by tueelis-'liTs a" large of such district, oue
migc 01 the iisir.ct ennrt, by whom the dls-rli-l
enurLs in such district -.hail U lii-lil mimI
shall receive such coniieiisaiiiiu as may be
proviuea uy law. uisiricl conns sliall be rn'lil
each eouiitv at least om-e everv veur Tiu.
Oeneral Asseiuhly may increase t'ne iimnlier of
court Judge Pi three, iu anv district or
districts, aud may provide fur having a Judge
tempore, Ui bold anv court wlienever nec
essary by reason of the f:ulnre. 1l1-111aj1flcaln.11
aiiseuce or wakness of any Judge, and the
amount of nay allowed a judge pro tempore
be deducted fnm tiie salary of anv judge
hose detaull causes the btsn-ssltv of havme
pro tempore Judge. The times of hol.liue
coruBHiu pisas and district courts shall be fixed
law. but tue Oeneral Assembly mav antbur-
the HHUies nf said courts, resiasriit.lv ..
tbe times of the holding of said court.
Al Ssud election the Voters de-anii ' til xiJi. in
of this ameudmeul, siiill have idaced up
n their ballots the wonls. Judicial is.i.tuu
tional ameiidinent. Yes ; ' and the voter whodo
favor the adoption of tatd aiitenuineiit, ut)
idaced ui.iu their ballots the aords. '-Ju
diUst:tu!lOliAi ailH-lniliielil. No ; ' and lf a
iiiaincity of aii the votes east at amd elinion be
favor of .aid amendment, theu said si-etious
hree and flic herein specified, shall be and
Constitute tiie sections so numtieri-d in the
Juilieial article of the I'oiistitutlon of the
oi utiio : and said original sections three
JAMES E. NEAL.
Speaker the House of Representatives.
Speaker the House of Representatives. JABEZ W. FITCH.
President of the Senate.
Adopted April 10, 1879.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, OHIO,
Office the Secretary of State.
Uiltoii l::uUi-s. ?rerrM,rx of MhIc of the
of iihni. do hereby eerldv th.il the f..re-
Minr is a true copy of a Joint resolution passed
tin- tii-ie-ral Assembly of the stole ol lihin.
the loth day of April. A. Ii. l7s. taken from
oriiual roiis bled iu ibis oiuce.
lu testimony wberei.f. I have
hereunto subscribed my niune and
iUlixeil mv otlieial se-al, ul i ,'l.iu.UWi.
tin- llth dav of Ii.
Secretary of State.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
T., T. & E. R. R.
f'n wl srter Niwrnlirr in. t-T. truis will
r l-leu ;
T"!iMiv .e:ive. .
lio.im 1 Lie
pi: I 7 30 ami
pn I s -u air
pn:l i T, am
I'lnl 9 U. am
piuflo 11 1111
liui;i-i t. am
pmpi 55 urn
pnerj x pin
3u pui u
12 I am
7 so am
TKAINS I.OI.Nli WKST.
, No 1
.11 45 pm
. t 7 IV am
. 1 on am
. ; ".am
9 us am
9 a am
10 tl am
4 Ul pinj
3 Jo bill
g ly pmj
g 37 pun
a M pun
7 III pin i
7 XI pin)
8 17 pm'
a l pml
1 Ut pm
9 -xi pm
ig C irs miui
tvr The iwir ' ine ninniii.
P.iieia Palace Hnl.1 mA fil
Maiish, 1,1 to llttsburuh. rtaltlimiru
tsm, llllwl.til,lis, anil New Vovk.
Thniu-jh Tickets and Damage Cheeks to a
F. R. MYKIW,
:u1 Passenger and TicBct Agent.
T., T. & E. R. R. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.
On ami after Xoy.
station us lollows :
to. 1;h, traiiu will leave
TRA133 OOlMi WEST.
Ft Wavne .
11 4lpm a uuaiiil
12 Mani la 12 am
3 10 am. 12 :o pud
4 .'o iuiil
1 uu am) 4 40 pml
i .si ami a 15 pm
7 f am
9 2.1 am
U 40 an
' 00 pm
2 2e pm
.1 40 pmi
I Is mid
2 M pud
a x pmi
7 13 pmi
9 45 pm
9 U pin
9 uupuiil2 25 and
00 pml X 4v anil
3 5o pmi 2 4.. ami 4 55 an J
a 00 and 7 S am
7 4 am
II is) am
12 50 piu
3 11 pm
TRAINS COIXU BAST.
Chicago I 9 10 pad a so and S !5 mid
nymouth .. S 4 amll 4 ami a 5 pm
Ft. Wayne. 6 ViainJ I 25 pin (II 30pai
Unia S 55 anil 4 pmj I 30 am
Forest 10 10 ami S C7 nnJ xt ,,
Crestline- A ll 45 and a V. pnrl 4 0 anil
-Lvtl2 OS mill 7 1.1 nmi a 1.1 ami nn .
-si ausneiu .112 x pml 7 45 pml 4 55 ami a 55 aia
Otrville. .. 2 26 pud 9 SS mnl 7 no ami 9 13 am
Allianee....! 4 wpm III 1.1 pml 9 Ouam ll 20 am
Rochester.. I g 22 III ill 1 'JO .mill I AR ainl l mm
j. " i ipuu z juanuiz la nil 3 jtl pm
Trains Nn. 3 and a nm IViiIIt Train, v. t
ica.es 1 iii.siiurg uauy exeem Saturday.
r nil 11s Xo. 4 leaves Chicago daily except
All others D:ii!y. except S11ml.1v.
r. K. Ml KVtS,
(ieiH-ral Passeuger and Ticket Ageo
COLUMBUS & TOLEDO R.
XORTH, E,ST, SOUTH AXD WEST.
Three Passenger Trains Daily Sunday except-
s-sif 119 aiiiust :
Time Card taking effect May 26, 1878.
TKAIXd Wllmi XOKTII.
ilumblLS Leave .
io an and
1 1 us ami
II 5 and
M2 55 pm
I bi pill
3 JU pm
s la pm
S 15 pn
8 13 pmi
. ill pmi
9 42 pmi
10 30 pmi
2 45 pn:;
TUAI (iOI.MG 80LTH.
Tl lo am
1 uo am
2 U am
S 34 am
4 54 am
5 40 aw
a 4s am
a on tin
9 40 am
Ivtroit Leave. .
7 50 sin
10 40 ami
Vmherville Arrived I 27 ami a 42 pniU2 44 am
il inn bu Arrive.
..fl2 ttlpinj 7 Is pmj
HZ a pill! T 4H Hlll
Express! & Ace.
3 10 and a So pm
5 56 pm
gl 15 pm
j 03 am
3 11 am
I 56 am
. 14 am
" 54 am
a 45 am
a 30 am
1 .1 pml a 25 pm
1 4m pml a no pm
2 10 pud a 25 pm
2 3ti pud 9 52 pml
3 30 puiHO 45 pml
Throwd! eoiM-hes between Instiult ami t'n-
uiu bus ou boih express trains.
Connections made in the I'nion lii-noi a f'n-
himbus for Newark. Zanesville. Circleville.
hillicothe, PurLsmoiith. Uuieaster. Athens.
arietta anil I'arkershury : at Marion for
'Minus on A. i ti. w. K. It. : at I pper .Sandusky
ridicyrus. Luna, r L W a ne and Clili ano ; at
arev. FimPav Tim ami s-iiiiliwliv ui k'..
loria wilh II. A O. and LH.HL Railroads, lor
Fremont, fleshier and llenaln-e ut TiiIisii
wilh L. S. .. S., K. & P. M. and Canada
Kaiiniaus. lor letrolt. Jai-ksim, Lan
sing. Oruiii Rapids, East Saginaw aud all
Hits iu Mu lligan.
Parlor and Sleeuinir Cars nn all thnmeh
trams from Columbus lo Xew York, Philadel
phia and Baltimore without rhangr.
vV 31 1 1 f I
OttLAXD SMITH, Ot-n l Tickel AgX
SI. 51. fiKEEXE, PreshlenL
Time Card taking effect May 26, 1878. BEE LINE R. R.,
Cleveland. Coltllnlms. Cincinnati AV. Tmlhins.
mills IClilruail Condensed Time Taiile l;ikiii..
effect January 1, 1x79 :
VOI.MI MOUTH AMU BAST.
Xo. 2. S'.i
. Si i. V.
i 40pllll 4 laallll
1 Oaan l 9 47am
2 52a nijl I Ulainl
I 'i UUUI
S Suauilll 3Uiw
3 tfiaml I 55pm
N'ns. 2 and t run daily :
4 loaiiiil-; 2opm
4 2ium ' 12 'pni
4 35am I Pi 3Hum
a 05am I 1 4apml
l iruni z xipui
7 loam! 2 lopiti
a 37 pm
Xo. a dally except
IK. ISO tHlCTH AMD WEST.
A. il. W. C.
alion Lv. .
uis Ar. . .
2 07 pml
a A .puii
dally except Sunday; Xo. 3 and
A. J. SMITH.
COMMERCIAL BANK !
CASH CAPITAL, .
A M FA K I. A Nil...
IS SNF.A TH
. - $100,000
R Tin s.
M K Al I.I..
I I. ST JllllX.
K JON FiS.
Government and Local Bonda and Se
curities. ; il.I) AND SILVER COIX.
Foreign and Domestio Exchange.
F'nan aud after tins rial, this Irank will issue
Ctrlileius rDoMt bearing interest as ier
atfreetuei.t. Dinsiimni papi-r o every deseriu-
and dH-s a general Utiiking busimmi.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Lath and Shingles !
rt'.H-ftl th prW A tmililin nialrluJ an!
ie-i.ir- ytu with lull -a -irk f tvtnr-
iii it Im'. If; luiiiirt-r is all t-li
raiy to put Info ImiiMiiiit. Jla
ine tw-ttd-r lMciHli for fcaiMtiiitjc luiHlr ttau
ttlllt-r .Ut 111 tftll iKiat of Ua- OHU.t) ltr-
ridl -u i(h r.uiTinui a iui havtuig a wiu.-li
;n hit yard, ft r!i haiulitf !unirrr
ttiaji th:v- .huttt l hu. il whim
itV uiil ttiNrn-forr tell to fats tuitoin-
r!-llJ"'-l n(V iif TAil only. llJ bra
IiuiiUt .I a.11 kiiuN runl nt nil urRr4 tu
purha.-r. i 'I -;-! itriv luiu r;tJl.
.VKl nir ol Minim ttml K ulrKd St.
J. JU. liKRUk.tK''ll-
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES. B. & O. R. R.
Time Card taking effect November 10, 1878.
TEAIN ;o AT
e'hu-ago Lv.. .
Mi I ford Jc
Mnnroev'ille.. . .
( Inc. Jo
Belleville ... .
-Mt. V eruou
- " Lv. .
bellaire Ar ..
1 hiladelphia.. .
Pi lOpud I l-,
UJ . pud 1 u M
9 u nmi
ariitlv 51 jnij
aiuij 2; anil
I M nn
I 31 pn
I 48 pn J -i r junl
i 34pinl J Joan
3 la pn
4 IV pm
4 v pin
a 4o inn
7 uu pm
7 2 pu
I HI pn
9 ou pnJ i 3an
9 40 puii
9 41 pinj
In i 1U1
1 1 U pin,
I'.' 1.1 mi
a jO am
il 1 ow pill
4 00 pur
5 1 pml
1 M pil
12 .tl ami
2 ,K ami
3 XI anil
4 SO anil
3 il an
9 10 pml
9 -V an
a 4o aud
a n anil
a a3 ami
3 10 and
3 5A am
4 42 :uul
a 27 an
a 27. amJl
r 2 an
T M am
9 47 an
9 IS puiliu ui ui
ii 34 am
II II an
I 4 an.
2 or pinj
1 iu pu
3 lv pml
lv 27 am
2 ai pnil
3 :o pml
( V. pn
7 3u nnd
a 4u anil
1 42 pml
4 45 un J
a Bl ain
9 30 am
an 42 am
U i 4t mil
3 JU pin
3 211 pm
4 4e am
a 2f. an
2 32 pm
3 42 piu
4 ju pta
7 4.1 :uiJlo 41
1 43 pm
3 en pm
4 25 put
h JTi pm
a 4s pm
7 I pm
9 lw pm
4 41 sm
0 v ainitaiioits
7 LI am
TBAINS llOIMll WKST.
UO 07 am
Lll 44 am
a 15 pm
7 So pm
3 55 und
11 30 pml
I 10 anil
ft Vi an J
a ui amp I 13 pad
3 33 pm
4 3ft pm
02 2ft pill
2 10 pml
3 05 pm
3 20 pm
3 54 pm
4 23 pm
4 53 pm
5 10 pm
a us pnn
a 00 pmi
a 45 pnJ
7 W pud
11 50 pun
12 5o aim
3 lo ami
4 05 pm
4 40 pm
a 01 nn
3 Ul pml 3 50 am
4 15 ami 9 25 pus
a 34 am
4 us pmJ a As ant
9 35 ami
1 1 IS) Mlli
4 23 anil
5 24 am
3 40 am
a 13 ami
7 is pm
T A3 pm
a 2o pin
T uu pmiio uo and
a Suaiuki uapia
I i aim
7 37 and
9 10 and
a 54 and
9 12 and
9 35 and
New York Ly
I venal re
CaiubrUUe. ... .
Columbus Leave ..
Chicago Juno Lr. .
Auburn Junction ..
Mil lord Junction
Ml veil Acronioilatlun leoves HeslileT 12.38 A.
M. dally except Mnodav.aud arrives) al Oerreii
A 9.00 A. M.. stoiSng al all Stations.
Hyures West of Rertalre nsHiairve m rn
hinibus time ; excei at CturiuM.
Exnress trains run dailr. Fast Line rrnlna ma
daily oa Central Olno I M vision and Main loue ;
daily except Sunday on latke Kne and Chieago
lNVLsliHis. AccoiiMxkitUHi Lrolua run daily
ass 1 1,. t. ii r. A. P X. W.. Clileaea
L. M. Coi.it. Ocn 1 Ticket A'gt, Bailliiuwe,
C. 11. Hl'DSOX. SuuL Trail. Olou lll.Ul.in
a 45 pli!0 32 aud
9 tvpuiill 32 ami
10 4opm12 14 pmi
i r.'puiLii 5o pmi
B 1 40 pn 1 20 pu
1 2 21 am
II 43 am
1 Ix am
1 33 am
3 II am
3 30 am
i u am
1 Jo am
a 30 am
t 24 pm
4 45 pm
a is put
T 39 pin
g JO aui
T 3n am
a 4H am
9 IB am
9 30 am
I 40 md
2 60 pnJ
a BM.II le MS
4 Upeipi 31 put
7 pau a os pm
S 04 pud 2 411 pm
a 33 pmi 3 54 piu
I 06 una)
C., S. & C. R. R.
Time Card taking effect Feb. 12, 1879.
TBAI.Xg UOIBO SOUTH.
In kin- Lv
' I Leave
Bc-llcfoiitalne 15 "J
Col u in bus
a w n
t 40 nr..
9 41 an
9 SO anil
110 2 au;
BO 58 allrl
II 25 am
11 50 am
12 45 liliil
I Of." nn
1 44 pud
3 25 I'liJ
a oo pmi
I 4s pni)
t 3a pud I 40 pm
9 XI puX 2 22 pm.
a K put) 2 36 pu
a lo pu
a 57 pmj
0 34 pud
1 us pinj
i 22 and
2 ia and
3 25 and
a 00 am
3 05 pm
3 13 pw
4 SI pm
4 62 piu
a mi nm
12 23 aiiijM lo pin
a 5u pm
7 25 pm
a 05 pm
TKAisja noun robth.
I'urev I Arrive
t 00 ami
HO 25 sin
BD 09 am
pi 55 ami
p i 24 pm
I 55 ami
fl u pnJ
1 25 piUl
2 2I pus
2 l plllj
3 19 pud
I 'asn. a.
3 a and
4 4H nm
t 21) am
3 Mpinj 40 am
4 24 pus) 7 15 am
ri . am1
7 20 am
10 10 am
Ho 5u am
a 56 auull uo am
11 44 am
4 yf pud 7 56 am;12 2 im
i 1.1 put1 a 40 ami 1 IS pm
FinilhiY Branch trains leave Flndlav al
A. ai. ami 2 oo r. 31-; ainve in Care
A. M. and 3 uo P. M. ; leave Carey
M. and 4 30 P. M. - arrive In Flndlav at 12 u6
SI. and 3 30 P. M.
Columbus, Springfield & Cin. Line.
coll mica to ci.icijiji .iti.
nilliinanolis. . . .
4 22 pm
5 05 pm
a 10 pml
0 55 pnn
3 30 pnise 00 ami
3 05 pmhl 46 ami
12 45 pml
3 25 pun
8 15 pm)
a an pm
a j6 pin
9 ar. pm
il 39 pm
Indiana pol to Ly. .
Dayton I a OS ami I
Spriugneld la IB am 2
Lnnuon Ar Uo uvam 3
CoiumbuB pi 6 ami i
6 69 am
111 15 ami
12 in pm
4 u pm
a 3o pm
7 35 pie
a 27 pas
Xo. 9 and M run daily, ail oilier dally ex-
Meeping cars on Xisv. anil 10. and tltrontih
coaches on No, a and a, between Cincinnati
and Sandusky, liay coaches oa 5, 15, 1 and a.
between CoIuiiiImis Bid Saiiditsky.
Thrmmh eoaclies on Xisi. 13 and 1H. be-
tweeu Columbus aud CinciunatL
Through eow ne on No. 15. IS. 17, and II.
between Columbia and Indianapolis.
Through coaches ou ail trains between Co
lunibus and I lay tun.
The above times will be made as far as prae
tieable but are not guaranteed.
IL M: BRONSOX.
CIIA3. JIOWARD. tien 1 Ticket Agt
T. W. C. lillOWX. General Manager.
E. & L. R. R.
Time Card No. 5. taking effect July 18, 1878.
TBAi.sa 001 ao sr mcr.
FreisxMit Leave .
Lima ) f-rrtves..
1 l-ase ....
ue Arri ve . . .
SL ft M. Tmai.s
New rlreiuen Ar. .
B0 09 and
a 27 ami
10 M ami
B 1 us and
a 1 so and
12 uu id
2 3 pud
II 50 pill
I 15 pill
1 45 pui
3 i.1 pill
3 25 pm
4 Ul pm
3 30 pml
4 10 i
7 05 pmi
7 30 pud
1 si pmi
a 2a pm
a 42 pniB
a 39 am
9 23 JU
9 30 am
10 Jb am
9 14 puir13 aepe
9 44 pad I 20 pm
9 54 pm
Ue n pud 2 uu pm
9u 30 pml 2 40 pm
11 ou pmi a jo pw
s ui piu
S 15 pm
a uo put
7 ue pw
TKAISS HOI Mil BArrr.
M. ft M. Tbaims.
u utter Lea ve. . .
9 22 aii
9 13 am
a l am
7 4S am
7 OS am
9 51 aad
1 30 mi
3 50 u
5 Xi piid
a 1 1 pn J
4 21 pud
a 5a poi
4 30 pm
3 4i. pm
3 3u pt
1 .11 pm
3 S pmpi os am
3 1.1 pnifio .13 am
2 00 pruno 25 am
2 4o pmi 9 50 am
2 OA ptiaj 9 00 am
I 55 pud 15 aus
I 10 I'Dii
2 . nasi
2 1 1 pail
7 40 am
a 14 am
All trains run dally, Sundays excepted.
At Fremont trains on I. S. ft V. Tt. R. Base
7 35 A. M.. 9 57 A. M., 11 30 A. Si-1 OS t.
10 31 P. M.
Al Bum. .on reonevlvanls in. trnlna nass
9 22 A. M . 10 UO A. M 4 3 r. SL ; West
uo A. M. ; 7 Jt f. M
At rostona. trains, on B. ft if. k. k., rem
Ea.st.7 ai A. M. : 1 56 P. M. : a 40 P. M. j West
A. M. : IB 5 A. M. ; 7 40 P. M. Trains ott
ft T K. K.. pas Souin I UJ A. 54. II 4C A.
: 7 02 P. Si. : .North. k5 A. M. ; 1 57 P. M. :
lama, train oa D. ft M. It it., jam sooth,
A M. : 9 TO A. M. ; 2 UO P. M. : North. ; s
M. : 2 00 P. M. P. EL V. ft C. B. St.. Trail
East. 1 w .v. M. ; 55 A. M. : 4 le P. M. ;
est, IJ 35 A. M., T 45 A. M, Ml 4U A. SL ; 9 OA
W H. ANDREW;, :cT Tu-ket AxX.
II. BL Ei.lXiN.tttssX SupenuleuuenL
Circulation. BuBlnem mew win get rbe BeweB
I be v2 uwuey speni by adverusmg in tUsi