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TIFFIN TRIBUNE.
Tiffin, Thursday Ere April 24, iK9.
Some Wastes in our Farming.
It is an admitted fact hy many wlio
owii i.ibd iu these days that it is iiard
work to get fair returns ln:a it. I lie;ir
many fanner say tliat if we can inakt
a living from our farms wj alia II t
KaUsfW. Many complain that thi-y
cannot do that. All who are familiar
with the subject know that at no time
within the past twenty years nas farm
produce sold so low as ui the past two
now is how we are to farm in order to
pay our debts, lucat-ourfaniili-s. and
have the ordinary comforts of life. J u
view of these facts, it is well for us to
look around our farms and nee if we
are making the most of our opportu
nities. 1 have found out in my own ex
perience tliat in no business are thre
jwmany wastes as in fariiiinz. So
business can thrive unless details are
attended to. The question of prolit in
a large manufacturing establishment
often depends on a proper management
of the w aste of that establishment, and
were our manufacturers to do busi
ness in the way many of our farmers
do, it would only be a short time e
fore the prollu would Ijc lust- The
fact s, that were not nature indulgent
to those who setk her favors, many
farmers would be without a calling in
life. One of the greatest wastes on a
farm is the waste of labor. W e un
dertake to accomplish too much; to
cultivate too much land ; we spread
our efforts over too much surface.
What would be the thought of the
man who attempts to paint lus house
with a pint of paint? This only illus
trates our efforts. Having land in
abundance, we think we must culti
vate it all, either in raising crops that
do not pay, or which we canuot take
care of elL The result in many
cases Is tliat we are behind in our
work and cannot catch up. Many far
mers waste their efforts on two hun
dred acres of land, while if the s;ime
were done on tifty acres the result
would be profit In this particular
waste I am certain there is an aston
ishing loss in New England. There
is another waste on many of our
farms, ad that Is p-jor stock.
There are inanv cows kept that do
not pay for the hay they eat. It
may be they are naturally poor; or;
have grown old in the service. While
in a dairy of twentv cows there are
some tliat pay well, still we find
that there are usually some carried at
a loss and the prolit from the good cows
is lost in tliat wav. "The lean kins
eat up the fat fcine." In this con
nection a great loss is occasioned to
many by a want of projier care.
Cows kept on bog hay, and wint
ered on the south side of a stack
watered at some slough hole, or even
stabled if allowed to lie on their ma
nure without ventilation, cannot be ex
pected to make good butter, or much
of it It Is often cheaper to buy lum
ber and nails and hire a carpenter
than to buy grain. I'oor stock, with
joor hay, makes ior maniin', and he
who keeps them will grow poor. An
other preat waste is poor uls and a
lack of good ones. It might do in the
days of our ancestors to plough with
the old wooden plough that scratched
the surface of the soil, and harrow
with the old A harrow that turned the
turf back again. Then the
principal tool was a hoe, and
it was necessary to chop a hole
in which to put seed; chop the grass
from around the bill, and turn over the
ground by the hardest kind of labor in
older to make a crop grow. That kind
of labor lias all gone by, and the f armor
who puraists in cultivating the soil in
that way will find his sons all "go west."
Good tools maan lws labor hihi better
cultivation with letter itojh. It is
chear to do it well, and the tr; is
certainly more than half belter. Xo
farmer who has them would be- will
ing to go without a mowing machine
and h'irse-rake, as they will g-t the
grass faster and better. Then why go
without good ploughs. s:iiootliin har
rows, A:c all of winch aix-oniplish :.s
much in their place as they do? An
other great waste in New Kiigla.i.l is
waste in f muring. Wo h ive l. many
small fields which it is i;nr issible to
cultivate as they might to !.
Horse
machinery cajnot !! used to advan
tage in thciiL Tiiorcare tu in uiy
feiice-corner.i, in whieii bms't a:i l
weeds are allowed to grow, a. tliey
cannot b: got at to advantage i.nless
the fences are moved. Many of our
best acres are taken up with fences,
and it is with great labor that they are
kept up. It is much cheaier to remove
the inside fences than to -keep the
farm divided into small fields. We
can uso machinery In large lields to
Letter ad vantage. I am in favor of a
law which would allow our rolsido
fences to be rein'jved, and which would
mnke the owner ef the stock rtspon
pible for all damage done. It would
lie a creat advantage to all our far
mere. Hautboy, it Country Uentle-
man.
The Leader of Monday has this:
The Sunday Foiee says editorially
that M. Thieme, of the WaU-Jmr am
lirti, prefers Charles Foster among all
the prominent Hepublicans mentioned
for the nomination for Governor. The
convention which meets on the astli of
May, should think of tiiis. J t is de
sirable to have all the somewhat scat
tered element of Republicanism reuni
ted this year in the vote for Governor.
Mr. T. represents a class of Germans
who have not lxva with tiij Republi
cans very much sine ! H7i Hill llu
coulil not stujil t!i-; c i iiiiioii or 1. 'or
ganization, and they in tin'.y cr.in li u-k
and toUsI for- Hunik 1:1 1 Kji-vt
and tlio n;st of tluvu this yu.ir, a 1 1 t!i-cousi-tiue-iiai
was that i'.ii mongrel
ticket wad lie.it.-n out of its
looU,soto sjK'ak. Tlie-n m--i be
lieve iu and like Mr. Toster. We Imv
lievo th:it tliey will prefer staying with
the Republican to r.iturniii l.t t!ieir
Democratic alliance They ar Ger
mans who believe in fnt education
ami plenty of it an I a dollar tint is
worth one hundred cents under all
KwsiMe circuiiinlaiKvs. Tli.sir natural
intelligence will m ik thtfiu suspi
cious of the present tendencies of the
Western lem.cracr, and if thelt'pub
licxn convention iti ;i-silv invite
them a by nominating Mr. Fos
ter. It will be strange if it does
not do so. ItisJuU as well to talk
plainly aliout this matter. Any
real earnest Republicin who would
voteatall naxt ffc-tolier would vote
for Mr. Foster, lie would, besides, get
a gxd many votes from Liberal Re
publicans which some other more stal
wart Republican might miss. A mil
when it comes to roundness iu t!e Re
publican faiUi, Mr. Foster, since tho
liegiiining of tho compulsory legisla
tion, has Ijocu as stalwart as ever Gen
eral Ueatty could desire. In fact Mr.
Foster's chances are improving steadi
ly and never so rapidly as sinco the
municipal elections.
A Story of Underwriters.
Tho Rev. IL M. Scudder. D. I), who
was for many rails a missionary in
India, tells tho following odd story:
"Four men partners in business,
bought some cotton bales. That the rats
might not destroy the cotton they pur
chnNAd a cat Tliey agived that each
of the four :muI.I own a iKirticular
I.-: "f the cat; and each adorned with
UttU n.I other ornaments the leg
lir.n apportioiiel to him. The cat by
ancideut injured one of its legs. The
owner of tliat member wound a rag
soaked in oil. The cat going too nnr
the hearth set the rag on tire, and 1
iug in great pain rushed in among the
cotton I tales where she was ac
customed to hunt rats. The
cotton took fire and was burned
an. It was a total loss. The three
other partners brought a suit to recov
the value of the cotton, against the
partner who owned this particular leg
or moeat liie judge examined tne
ease and decided thus: "The leg that
Lad the oiled nig on it was hurt; the
cat eouid not use that leg; in
fart held up tliat leg, and ran
with the other three legs. The three
unhurt legs, therefore, carried the fire
to the cotton, and alone are culpable.
The injured leg is not to be blamed.
The three partners who owned the
three legs with which the cat ran to
the cotton will pay the whole value of
the bales to the iiartner who was the
proprietor of the injured leg.'"
A Big Baby.
The largest infant at birth of which
there is any authenticated record was
born in Ohio on the 12th of last Janu
ary. The new-born boy was twenty
three and three-quarter tiouuds in
weight (the ordinary weight being
about six pounds), and thirty inches iu
height (the ordinary height being
about twenty inches). The circum
ference of the'head was nineteen inches,
and the foot was five and a half inches
iu length. Six years ago the same
woman became the mother of a child
eighteen pounds in weight and twenty
four inches in bight The size and
weight of the babe, though extraordi
nary, are proportionate to the size of
the iarents. The mother, Mrs. M. V.
Rates, of Xova Scotia, is seven feet
and tiin? inches high, and the father, a
Kentuckian, is seven feet seven inches
high. The London Hospital. Museum
can boast no longer of its giant infant,
which is only twenty-four inches Ineh.
with the head thirteen and a half incu-
es in circum'erence, Ntw York tSun.
ELOPEMENT AT TOLEDO.
The Commercial of Monday last had
the following:
Sheridan Wait a young man alwut
twenty-one vears of age, has I'Cen ac
iua:nW with Ada Jones, daughter of
Vi.ii U W.Jones, our present Mayor
for ainiut a vear. He is a resident of
i--,.ri r.lwai.l. X. York- and appears
to be a very gentlemanly sort of a ftl-
lnw. I-ast eeK lie ai.iiearca in ini
eitv. and called to see the object of his
adoration. He called with a horse and
carriage from Arms & Co.' livery
stable, and tne two went ont for a
short ride. Their direction happened
to be up the placid Maumee, and on
the banks of this stream the subject of
marriage was broached. I he youthful
lover was then impressed with the
thought that he mu4 either return
to Toledo iind part forever with hi.i
love, or they mu.t fly to a mi.iisUrand
be made one. They decided on the
latter course, and w-t out to accom
plish the obj:t in a sober, straightfor
ward manner. lieaching Maumee,
Wail left the horse and carriage at a
livery stable, with directions as to
where it should be returned and money
to pay Messrs. Aries Jc Co. The couj
le then boarded the Wabash train and
went to IMiance, from whereby dif
ferent roads they reached JonesvHle,
Mich. Here they repaired to the house
of Rev. Mr. Corson the Episcopal cler
gyman and were joined in the holy
bowls of matrimony. They remained
at Jonesville over night and were
about to tike up their route to Fort
Edwards, the home of young Wait
when a series of circumstances (he
calls them blunders changed their
course, and for the time being their
destiny.
The reverend clergyman who hod
performed the marriage ceremony
telegraphed to Dr. Jones the circum
stances of tiie marriage, and Wait re
ceived a dispatch from the doctor to
the effect that as they were Catholics,
lie wanted they should return to To
ledo, anil x: married by a Catholic
priest They accordingly returned,
which wits, as Wait said last night, a
foolish thing for thein to do. They
arrived in Toledo about ' o'clock iu
the afternoon, and repaired at once to
the residence of the bride's father.
Arriving there, Ada was unceremo
niously taken by her loving papa from
the presence of her husband, and con
veyed to her room, where, it is said,
she is now eonlined, nearly crazy. .See
ing that it would be useless to try to
talk anything like sense into the doctor
at that time. Wait went to his room at
the Jioody House, and waited until
evening. He then secured the service
of Sergeant Xohl. and proceeded to the
house to claim his wife. He says that
the Sergeant would not go in, and so
he boldly entered himself. He was so
unfortunate as to tind present, not only
the doctor, but his son Will, and
Harvey Scribner, jr. A tumult at
once occurred, and a crowd gathered as
if by magic, among them four blue
coated guardians of the peace. Wait
claims tliat young Jones struck him,
and that Scribner threw him out of
the house, at the same time threaten
ing to cut his heart out and perform
several other antics upon his person
which any well regulated person would
object to. He objected, but not wish
ing to apM'ar in pulilic print in con
nection with such a disgraceful affair,
he asked protection of the ofliccrs
and several gentlemen who had wit
nessed the circumstance, who kindly
took him in a carriage to the IJoody
House. The young couple ran away
and claim to have been married, and
whether they were or not, tho occur
rences of bust night were entirely un
called for.
STRENGTH OF CANDIDATES.
We Irive information from every
State in the Union gathered by more
than 170 corrcoudciits, stationed at
from one to nineteen points in each
State, h:ich corresKndent covered a
large held, including many imp rUmt
centres of political thought aad dis
cussion. It is safe to say that the thirty-two
columns of n-jxirts which the Times
gives this morning rellccts the popu
lar sentiment at nearly 1,000 different
io.-alilics. pretty eveuly distributed
over thy whole gior.iphical extent of
the country. The letters come from
intelligent men of both political par
ties, from lawyers, editors, and trained
ti'ivs!a;cr reporters, from college pro
fessors, from politicians, stab; and
municipal onitsera. literary and busi
ness iii'.;ii lro.'ii all classes and voca
tions wbich give opportunity for
familiarity with the currents of
tiiou.'htand feeling.
in localities where tho Republican
p il ly w.is known to be divided on cer
tain issues, either personal or other
wise, a correspondent from each bind
wxs chosen, so that there might be no
doubt as to the perfect impartiality of
the judgment Our correspondents
do not give their individual views
simply, but the preferences expressed
by the people of their section.
The result points unmistakably to
the nomination of Gen. Grant by the
Republicans, and of Mr. Tildcn by the
Democrats. The vast preponderance
of Republican sentiment in favor of
(Jen. Grant leaves all other candidates
hopelessly in the rear. Many Repub
licans who are K-rsoiially oposed to
his nomination confess that his name is
almost the only one mentioned in their
vicinity. It will bo soon by the facts
and figures we present thr.t were the
Republican Xatiomd Convention to be
held at one.-. Gen. Grant would reive
the vote of every Stile except Maine,
Xevad:i, and Oregon, and possibly Cal
ifornia. It is clearly apparent fiom
the tonR of tha letters, that tlie move
ment in favor of Gen. Grant originates
with the masses. :id not with the m1
iticians. Senator IJIaine seeim to have
seriously injured his standing a'lioa j
the Republican masses by his a !voc;t
cy of the aiiti-Chincsebill.
'It may Ik; stated generally that out
of 1-71 Kiiuts from which advices have
lieeu received. Gen. Grant is the ex
pressed choice of l.'M. Senator JJ'aiue
10, and that Messrs. Washburn, Gar
field, Sherman, Coukling, Edmunds,
and Chandler follow in the order
named. The Democrats in 8 of the
137 districts prefer Tilden, Thurman
comes next with i) districts, liayard
with II. and Hendricks and Hancock
brinz uu the rear. Tilden. if the
Democratic Convention were held to
morrow, seems sure of the votes of not
less than 21 of the as suites. JV. r.
2'iincx.
That Awful Cow.
There probably lsu t a woman in
North America who isu t afraid of
cows, and there is not a cow in Xorth
America that would harm one nair of
anv woman's head if it had the best
chance iu the world and no other job
on hand. Wednesday forenoon a stray-
cow lierhrros from the country for a
taste of baled hav, found a gate oiien
and entered a yard on Second street
X lie woman camo to tlie iront uressea
to go out, but seeing the cow she ut
tered a scream and went back. There
wasn't a thing iu the yard for tho cow
to damage or eat being tired she raised
her cud. lav down, and began to chew
away as if she had got home from a long
visit to Kurope. i lie woman next ap
peared at a side window and called
upon tho cow to "get out" A dog
might have "got" but the cow didn't
Then the woman threw a rag at tne
cow and called for the dog. Tho dog
didn't and the ragdidn'tsaarc. Then the
woman shook a pillow at.the cow and
eremptorily ordored her off the prem
ises, but the bovine half closed her
eyes and let her thoughts run ahead to
lly time. As the cow woman t go, and
as the woman couldn't go till the cow
did, sterner measures were resort
ed to. A tin pan was held out of the
window and beaten Willi a spoon. Put
the cow couldn't be fooled into believ
ing that Fourth of July had come.
Then the woman went iiito the back
vard to throw chilis over the fence and
knock a eouple of horns off. The lirst
one hit the window and the next one
banged the blinds on the next house.
and the cow s horns stuck tighter than
ever, lines or "git out: were again
resorted to without effect and then
the woman watched at the front door
till she saw a boy come along and she
opened it and cried out. "Oh! boy!
there's a horrible cow in our yard!
Prop the gate open and get all thelioys
and police you can and dnve her out
and 111 give you a whole quarter of a
dollar! Hurry up, for she looks as if
sue was getting ready to come
right iu here!" The boy "humped" the
dangerous animal out in thirty sec
onds, received his pay, and the woman
gave up going down town for fear she
would have a "nervous spell. Detroit
Free Pre.
Love Your Mother.
Of all the love affairs in the world,
none can stirjiass the true love of a big
boy for his mother. It is a pure love,
and noble, honorable in the highest de
gree to both. 1 do not mean merely a
dutiful affection. I mean a love which
makes a 'xy gallant anil courteous to
his mother, saying to everybinly plain
ly that he is fairlv iu love with her.
And I never yet knew a loy to "turn
out" lad who began by falling in love
with his mother. Any man may fall
in love with a fresh faced girl, aiid the
man who is gallant with the gir!, may
cruelly neglect the worn and weary
wife. But the Iwy who is a lover to
his mother, in her middle age, is a
true knight who will love his wife as
much in tlie sereleaved autumn as he
did in the daisied spring-time.
A Knowing Bird With Peculiar Tastes.
I have a pet robin nearly eight years
old, which fell from its n-st before it
was fledged. It never has been known
to beat against the wires of its cage in
anv wav. On thecontrarv.w hen allowed
to II v out it is ill at ea.-e. rf-niiitti!ig
itself to be caught without dirticultv.
and seems glad to get bock as a child
to return home from boarding school.
At4irst we fed him on spiders, earth
worms, and such larva: as could be ol
tiined; but very soon he manifested a
marked preference for leefsLake; and
took very kindly to bread, crackers,
bread and uiiik, cake etc For the last
seven years his "living" lias lcen any
thing ordinarily found upon the family
table, he having liecome altogether t-i
aristocratic to toop to common robins'
food. During his lirst winter, when
ever the cook was frying doughnuts,
we notii-ed a peculiar teasing note, lit
tered only when ho was specially
anxious for some new kirfd of food.
This led lis to try his taste for hot
doughnuts, when we found they exact
ly suited him, and the hotter the cake,
tlie more voraciously did he eat it.
As a further test of his iiower of scent
and pecular taste, we found that as soon
asa paper of raisinsorany sucn irua w as
brought into the ro jiii, though it had
not been opened, be began teasing, jut
as a cat perceives the arrival of fresh
meat while it is stiil wrapjied in the
pajier. For any kind of meat fresh or
salt boiled or fried, (save mutton) he
shows evident pleasure, aud, though
retaining his regard for flies ami
spiders, he is not at all anxious for
them. In the summer, when his cake
becomes too dry to suit his palate, he
dijis the whole into the bathing dish to
moisten it, nor is this merely acciden
tal, for the dish stands at the further
side of the cage, and it is a custom with
him to carry it and din it in. Asa re
sultof his softdietaiui peculiar life, his
bill has a projection uon its point at
least three-sixteenths of an inch long.
and the nails of his hind toes, if
straightened, would be considerably
more than an men long, jmnng me
hot weather it is no unusual thing for
him to bathe thoroughly live or six
times daily, often as late as after tea,
and very gentralv his good night song
is sung bv giisligfit : indeed, during the
earlv winter months he often kings till
10 1. M. During January and l eb-
ruary his notes are very sou and
sweet becoming louder and louder,
as the season advances, until the 1st or
middle of July, when, during the pro
cess of moulting, he is silent save the
welcoming chirp, winch is ever ready
until the middle or lxst of Septem
ber. During this time there are many
days when he has no perceptible tail or
wing featners, anil not more tnan nail
a dozen on bis head and neck. Wheth
er or not this shedding of so many at
once is due to his food and surround
ings, I cannot say, but it has ever been
so. HrUiux Newt.
Man's Needs.
Man, with all his boasted stength of
mind, needs womaly love and sympa
thy. It is not as a worker alone that
lie wants a wife. If this is all he needs,
hired help can do it c!ieaer than a
wife. If this is all. when a young
man calls to see a lady, send him into
the pantry to txste the bread and cake
she has made; then send him to in
sjiect the needle-work and bed-making,
or put a broom into tlu young lady's
hand ..id send him to witness its use.
Such things- are important, end the
wise young man will quickly look
after them ; but what the true man
wants with a wife is her companion
ship, sympathy and love. Ho needs a
helper in spirit a true, faith
ful heart on which his world-tossed
nature can rest Through storms and
sunshine, through conlltct and victory,
through adverse and through favoring
winds, man needs a woman s love. His
heart yearns for it A sister's or a
mother's love will hardly supply the
need. Yet many seek for nothing
further than success in ho'isework.
Justly enough, half of these get noth
ing more; the other half, surprised le
yond measure, have gotten more than
they sought
Gossip.
Can the evil wrought b g r.sji; be
estimated? We think not A wise
woman can scarcely say too btile in
company if the conversation trendies
in the least upon scandal. .Many a
social, Poiileiiuiided woman lias Peeu
obliged to withdraw herself from a
neighborhood intimacy, which would
have lieen pleaiant otherwise Itccause
her remarks were returned by some
idle tile b?arer, so perverted,
as to make her doubt tin! exis
tence of genuine friendship, ami accept
loneliness for the sake ol the salety it
brought You sav wennisi talk"alotit
something." Yes and through that
very fact we see a remedy for the evil.
to so thoroughly interest ourselves in
other and better tilings that we find no
sce to spare for our neighbor's
affairs. Ix-t us talk of our work, our
homes, our house-plants, our book, our
our babies. I.t us teach our eyes to
find lieauty everywhere, while we
blind them bv constant watchfulness
to blemish. Xeyer, under any circuni
stuiees, cast the lirst stone. Then, if
an erring neignixir goes down, you
cannot blame yourself for :usistit!g
the downfall.
The Rev. James Fnvm t:i Clarke iu
his fast-day sermon on "The Dilapida
tion of Farcies," in Uos.o.i. 1 ist Tiiui. ;
day, said:
'Amid this dilapidation of p.irtics
vviiiit are we to exix-t A llnr.l parly
i limited on a Ix'ttcr fouiidatiou?
lardly so. for this occur.) rarely. On
ly in great mcrgciirii s docs a new
parly rise, and lin n it either is soon
ihsol'iMM In' on of the lit iters or ale
soriis une oi lli. ni. i lie A nt i-Masonic
and the Kiiow-Xothiug parties were
soon swallowed by the others the
Republican parly look the place of tho
Whigs. Two great parties, ami no
more, are needed in jiolilii-s. Hut
then: are new and iuiiortaul issues
rising into view, anil the organization
which has the sagacity to discover
them will kii-p the advantage of it
This nation is not long to Ixj governed
by local prejudices or jicrsoiial in
terests, but by those men who find out
and have the courage to defend the re
forms which are needed for the pros
perity of the whole people. Such are
universal education, the security of
the ballot, reform of the civil service,
wise methods of tlx at ion, and the
utilization of woman's mind and
heart in public affairs."
The Prosperous Farmer's Creed.
We Ix-lieve in small farms and thor
ough cultivation.
That the soil loves to eat as well as
the owner, and ought, therefore, to lie
well manured.
In crops which leave land lietler
than thev found it, making Ixith the
farm and farmer rich at once.
That every farm should own a good
farmer.
That the best fertilized of any soil Is
a spirit of industry, enterprise and in
telligence without these lime, gypsum
and guano will be of little use.
In good fences, good farmhouses,
good orchards, and children enough to
gather the fruit.
In a clean kitchen, a neat wife in it,
a cupboard, a clean dairy, and a clean
conscience.
That to ask a man's adviee is not
stooping, but may be of much benefit.
That to keep a "place and everything
in its place save many a step, and is
pretty sure to lead to good tools and to
keep them iu order. L'x.
Don't Grumble.
Don't be a grumbler. Some lieople
contrive to get hold or tiR pncKiy side
of evervthing. to run against all the
sharp corners and find out all the dis
agreeable things, iiair the strength
spent in growling would oftei set
things right You may as well make
up your mind, to begin with, that
no . one ever found the world
quite as he would like it; but
you arc to take your share of the
troubles aud bear it brave! v. You
will be very sure to have burdens laid
upon you that belong to other ieo-
pie, unless you are a shirk yourself,
but don't grumble. If the work needs
doing, aud vou can do it never mind
about the other ierson who ought to
nave done it and didu t I hose work
ers who till up the gaps and smooth
awav tne rough six its, and iinish up
the rough job that others leave undone.
are the jteace makers, and worth a
whole regiment of growlers.
The real name of tlie original Van
Amburgh was Isaac Newton. He was
born up in the Highlands, and took
another name when he went into the
show business, liecause he didn't want
to be confounded with the great
mathematician. He died in l'hiladcl
phia Nov. 29, IS05, M years old. Once
when a lion got a grip on his arm in
1'hiladelphia and he lav helpless on the
lloor. one of the boys grabbed a hot
iron tliat was kept read v. and made the
angry beast let go his hold.
A couple went to a neulv elected
'Squire to be married. He had not had
sumcioiit exiierience in the practical
details of the ceremony, aud felt a lit
tle coulused. No when the hopeful
groom and timid bride had joined
hands, he said in an awful voice:
James, do you as a free citizen of this
country solemnly declare that you will
lorsaKeau other evils and cling to
this one ?"
LACUPIA.
LA-CU-PI-A.
Is tlie Crcte-J Ulo..;! i'uritit r known to non
LACUPIA
Is r'ri!-d lv ivular ilivsi..i;ui! more fre-im-iilly
lliaii aiiy other iruYi.-t:iry iiH-li-iu-.
LACUPIA
N Imlii-Hti-d in all case where llin i.liysii-in
wmiltl iirt'Si-rllH. Iron. liiiliilie, Imlim. I'lipr.!!,
or :m ol tin; Hittw Toiiienor Alterative.
LACUPIA
Xever falls in euriiie Si-mfula, nlietlier located
in tlie Hum, Xmk. fcurj, at Hie Awfc. or in any
other :ul of the jfA.
LACUPIA
Cure Scrofula of the Bone when everything
rktr lia-i failru. Hif-rw Is lio disease of the
Ixiuenthat Laruuiadoes uot cure. It ranwa
the dead hone to exfoliate from thr heallhy.
aud is either thrown oB a such, or diisolved
into mailer and discharged.
LACUPIA
Cure Conmimptlnn, as In thfl tax of Mrs.
Amos Stanlfi-r. of Harshiiuuiville, near IKiyton.
and in the first and sreond state of thatdl-ease
it neer fails : thoindi Mrs. Sunder a iu Hie
third stacr aud she had leeii civru up to die
by two of the best physicians iu Kaslern IVnu
sylvania. LACUPIA
Cures Cancer iu It Incipient Uifv. and should
always lie taken duriui; its eii'ti iiee, and even
lor a l"HK lime after it has lieeu removed,
whether ljr the knife or otherwise. It illnt
vent the disease from liecomiin; OHislitutioual,
or if already so, will Dually er.idicalu it from
tin) system.
LACUPIA
Will cur. Canker, ami all Affi-etioni ut the
Mouth, TltroHt ami N .
LACUPIA
Cuies Ne ral-ia. altvays.
LACUPIA
Cures l:heiiiu:itism. no mutter where loeated.
It eorrecls the leeretmns ol the iwtiney, i,ni
III rows oil the noliis of the Mood, iiion
uhieh Ihe disease dciiends.
LACUPIA
Ts an imfiuiint; rt'ttirtly for all1 diseases of the
iiiltammatiuii, wholly the result of its woii-
LACUPIA
Cures Kidner I Unease In the same wav that it
d Klii'umalisin, ::s aU'ie explained.
LACUPIA
II-' 'ure.l the v.irst Kfcln Diseases
ili.it- terafilieted in in. WuIiuvh the strong
est e. miie:!ti-i from the most reli.-ilde men aud
women on tlie Klohc. who h.ul lieeu given up as
enlirelv iiM-iiralile, Mid yet l.-ienpia enred lliem.
Ofiourse it is lis Mood purify ins proi-erlii s
that did it. It is the only w:iy of rutin;; a coii-ft.-nu
d. loiie-sl:indiui; Skiu lLsea.se.
LACUPIA
Ciin lvsjieisl:i. Headache, Constipation.
Costiveui-ls, Indigestion, liiliousness. Fever,
Piles, ami all diseases of the Kowels.
Siomaeh. Liver and Spleen. We etiaraulee
Ijieupia to cur all the varioiw aud annoying
minor com plications of the deranged liigeslive
Organs, sueli as hunting iu Ihe Flesh. Hashes
of Heat, l'aiu tn the Side. I.ilnhs. aud Chest,
Yellow SWin and Kyes. waul of IVrspiniliou.
lleadarlie, Sinkmirv and Fluttering iu the fit
of the Stomaeh. Sour KmetalUHis, IMzziness
Shortness of llreath. and Fliillering. or I'aipila
of the Heart. Nausea, llearthiini, and Acidity
of the Siomaeh. and Waterurash. All ly puri
fying tuw blood.
LACUPIA
Cures all l'rirate Diseases without the aid ol
Merenry. Iodine, or Potash, or auyol theirrum
i muds, all of which, though lilo-l runners
thev are, tliey fall shoit ol this p;ir cxcelleiil
iiiality iu tlie l.acupia.
LACUPIA
Cures Female Weakness.
LACUPIA
Cure St. Vitus' Kanee. It never falls In this
di-ase. though the dose should be rather large
and long eouiiuued.
LACUPIA
Cures XenoiiMiess and Ceueral Debility.
LACUPIA
In large doses is a Mihi C.ithsrtie.
LACUPIA
Accomnl.slif all the abore results through it
frrral blood fteareUiiig and purifying ituwer. In
w n it'll rvsM"i it ia iMFiiiriv ; wr ah -m
ere.
Price, $1 per Bottle; $5 for
Six Bottles.
Sold by all Druggists.
J.B.HARTMAN.Prop'r.,
OSBORN O.
at
OPPOSITE NATIONAL HALL.
rocen
ijS9U800J
mVH 1VN0I1VN 31IS0dd0
110H1S3
Kuder
MAN UFAC"
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons
Ami Kverv Kind of Riiad Vehicles on hand or Made to Order. We use
And hvery Kind oi wan v"our work u cuu;ll ,u ,e . , tIle uuirke
S-AJEVEIT'S PATENT WHEEL,
And all other Intend valuable improvements,
We pur)xoe always to maiiulaeture
Latest Styles of Carriages and Road Wag-ons
And defy comH-tlUon, buth iu Cl-eapuess and Durability.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Boom and Shop on Market Street; west side of
Juue IS. lKIi-tf
!
& Frey
1 JR3RS OF
We use the KKST OK MATE-
t.
are used iu the manufacture of our Vehicle.
Sandusky liiver.
KUDKR & FItV.
3
ZIMMERMAN & CO.
PRICE LIST OF
Tobacco, Whiskies, Wines and
Brandies:
CHEWING TOBACCO from 40 cents to
$1.00 per lb.
A TIP TOP SMOKING TOBACCO al 35
cents per lb.
Old Pennsylvania Rye Whisky. S1.00
per gallon.
Old Crow Sour Jlash Kentucky V liis-
ky, $1.00 per gallon.
Very 0M Canada Barley Whiiky, 5
per gallon.
Old Tom (iin, S2.50 per gallon.
Fi eiieh Brandy. S2.r.O i.-r gall lor..
Cognac Brand-, $:i.ri0 jmt gallon.
Old Tort Wine, SkOO per gallon.
01.1 Sherry Wine, 8:1.50 tier gallon.
California Wine. 82.50 jmt gallon.
ALSO A LAIUiK STOCK OK
CHEAP WHISKIES !
Tluit nuiJjf III priru from JI.M to J2.ro (X'r
lou, arco.'iliu to roof.
ALso a One assortment of nOTTI.KI)
BRANDIES, CINS, ALES, WINES, ETC.
fUemnnlicr th iliW. !i'ii'j'. lllock, first
iliMir soiiUt of Sliawluiu Houm.'.
FOR THE CURE Or
L1HEU&1ATISM
NEURALGIA.
n.ii ninrrt l)ii4 ip'rtin biw ciirel hiin-trxt:-;
ti the Bin f l ditrnvitiK csimt f lirtjliio
KliiMtinaMti uiil .V iirwl-tu, even when alt
.tli r rcuiviot l.avc (ait-U. Jt i iusX lx-cout'
in.; the
Acknowledged Antidote
for Uhsc ilijwflfc. awl rn:i 1 rt'liel iifon 1t
ufT rvp to p ht-vr them of their pains aud
t iled a peruiaiK'nt lure
" Do Not Give Up
Tour cise 1hicio!(h ii1 natlle flown to the
4-onvit'lioil thut no imilirifte vr help yoti.
nil we nli in m fHir trml of the Cvkative. aittl
tliat Ton lttr In minl that the iinturaof Uice
4ltsm'Mm require iicni'Mffit untl faiilifiil ftpf.li-4-alioii
lo insure m K'rfr-t rure. In erery -in-ltnuiiiy
where the C'I'bativk Iim len f.lHfe,l
-will lie foiiml mnny wilncvHTi uho will tntify
lo w hut it has Uoiie fur thcta.
Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds,
Cruises, Sprains, Wounds, Cuts, Chil
blains. Inflammation, Headache, Tooth
ache, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
ran potitivcly he mm lr the free rue of the
rnTivr- .sen.l to iu lo'r u-stiiuonUui if you
hue uny douhu.
Sold bj ll Ornggitts.
Pric tl.00 por Bottie, 6 for So.OO.
WCeAJKO BY
lawson Chemical Co., Cleveland, 0.
Large Six Hollies 50 cerlls.
"Headlight."
JULIUS KEISSLING
HAS urENED A FIXE
Saloon and Restaurant
In Senrjr's Dhx-k, 'Wasliuu.-toa Street, and will
keep the bar storked with the
Best Brands of
ALE, BEER, WINES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS, Etc.
AH loer of the lieTerue are inviti! to rail.
u we "study to pleaiw."
Cold Lunches, Sandwiches, Etc.
Served at all hours and on short notice.
?. B. JoIiimit Roller has lieen en?n"eH a.
f'lerk. and would like to meet all of hU old.
Ineuus. t,ue iu a call.
JPLICS KEISSLIX
Done on Short Kotlce and at fair llrln rjiw-f
thi office. ,
$mmmm
mmmmm
cQirivimu'Qin
J IS THE PLACE FOR Q
n! Cheap g
niSchool Rooks H CD
Oi 0
j Auil SohcMil Snii;lifS, such as ;
q! pens, ink, slates, 10
AndeTOOtli'i'S S''1 i" tlie School fj
)2 ' ; Jij
Q. School Books Covered
FREE iS1
Tlr : With Kim- Tuif "M Ito.il: Covura If ; J
Qj jbouulitof ,ur. Uoii'l fon:-t platv, .
rCj;East Market St., j $
) i South of Ihe Court House. : Q
FRESH ABEIVAL
OK
David Landrelli ft. Cons'
Flower and
Garden Seeds.
IN PAPERS AND BULK.
ALSO
Lawn Grass.
V'hite Dutch Clover,
Orchard Grass and
Blue Grass Seeds,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT TIIE
Patrons' Supply Store,
NATIONAL HALL BLOCK, VIFFIN. O.
C. C. r.VJIK. Auent.
Tifkix, O., March 20. 1W.
Meat Market.
B. FALKNER
AT THE
MARKET HOUSE.
I am prepared to furnish tho pnhlie will
STE AKS of all kliuK KOASTS, SALT MEAT,
aud everything usmilly found in a nrst-elusa
Mnrtet. AU my slM-k U wlrt-ted itli rant
and my hutchcriiu; U lon in a floaiily man-
Cull :uid see me.
May 25, Tn
1!. FALtNEK.
Crockery g Glassware !
JOHN N. JEN JG1EK,
1IAVIX! OI'ENK! A
Crockery and Glasiware Stc're
In Kuit I'l.wk. oil Soulli Vahiii::tiin Mln-rt,
anrvMil.o-s to the .ullic ilii. bf Kill kr,-i on
h.uid for xiIk tvi-n thiiia u-uitlly kt-j.t In a
fim-cl.-uis sto.u of this kind.
IX'nKiuher the hu.-e. KL rfT'S LUX K.
CrerlXC xy s-e ft Sale tr tha
WIXOXA c'. f;7-. P?17. LU K.R. CO.
At from $2 to f.;.
The ini i
Korth-wei ari'l a'
r Jirr . a:i-i on liberal terms.
th ci V licit hrli of the
ri'ia' T '.Vfll ft'taplrd lo the
f 'i ir .:-il.!c-. tc. Tlie
rrowtli ft oih.r
liniate is eucurr-M, 1 . alUifulncM.
THEY AUK Fir i: ; INct MBBAXCE.
'ParfbaMTs , f l...sr.ni will be ml
lowed the Ft LI. (ot:i.t of ibeir fare
Irtrer tbc . i. i . aad W. A. Jit. P.
Hallway.
tlrroliiv. b r.. eoiUtniu" FULL VS.
FOUMATluS lul :li' J-
II. .V. Itnn kan. : (ka. n. Ml
Land l 'omDiiseiuuef.
Mai.- it:
Ai.ir
;-.. l oiDrnt.'. S.-W,
i: : t chic.oo. Iixa
Tiffin Union Churn Company!
JIAXl FAtTl lCEES OK
OliUJbdISrS, egt
WASHBOARDS
And Otr Vaocffco-ware.
PINE, OAK and COT
TONWOOD FLOOR
ING, SIDING, Etc.. Etc
Surface Planing and Matching So
licited. Satisfaction gqaraotttd and prlcM rca
souahlc mi ti.
Tb!r -.,.ir,i
L.n.i I erw of.-'., .tt-.iii.lr-.'. :
l.ir st n jn:fAT vcr tx!m-.ie. l.y
SELLS
CHEAT LUSOPEAir
7
K mm mm& w&m
ESE9 ICBl VSiE
.a. i
AND TIT3 CI-TuY C:i -ArtH
IN ALL TH VAST ENTIRETY OF ITS UNRIVALED MAGNITUDE.
TRAVELING EXCLTTSrVELY CS ITj 017:;
KigniCcently Decorated and White EBameie-J Fosl'lc Special Fslace Trains.
Will Erect its Mammoth Moving KiUopzlis cf Marcels ct
TIFF
Monday,
JUDGE TS ONLY BY WHAT OTHERS SAY OF I S.
Tbe disciple was perfect, the order was excellent . tho n-rformnnert weiv
utinerior nd the animals rare and Tery Cue. Theentn.ir arr.insi ineiits were tl
Bud muA couifortable we have ever seen. Loitisnt.e Cua.tfr-.fum .mf.
THE LAMEST ZOOLOGICiL COLLECTION
SUTCS THE SEIaXTGE.
THE.RAjREST BEASTS AM) UIIiDS FROM EVKHV LAND.
A. Grand Separate ami Supplement al Mrunurriv of Vnfitlercd
Mammoths, without Krtra Churtjc
The coUection of aniaals are the finest we ever rar.-v.-if iir ( His. )rti!) Sim.
The menagerie presents ery rare cai.tive advert: .1.-C7. r. .(.f ( . ) Vudy I raid
No finer collection of wild beasts ha ever Un exhil.iUd iii'.Iei-canvas -IVAnnjli.
Daily Leader.
The Miracles of Mamiuatiuii Mtitnl.,
A PAIR OF NURSING TWIN BABY ELEPHANTS,
And the Only ones ever exhibited anywhere.
The nursinz baby eWuiU "Tim" and "Flah" w obje-t of treat interest
-lmSSSSf Tbey we?7brought into the rinS and ea. h siu-k-d n palloi. of milk
4,LiSfytl,H, . riblr tube, iust as liable take milk from a nui-mg
iaaie.bantills 111 lMtt'9 ot
A S22.QOO
rrrc vr&ST AND ONLY
The memajrerie contains tho qiuxoiic anunio-nome.1 imiuiviio i..v
with tha lociiotpye at Pittsburgh. CfrrWaiuf i U. ) Vuihj UwU r.
Ihe Unicorn no more u j uiic.
1 LIVING ETHIOPIAN HORSE, WITH MASSIVE HORNS.
THE A1EPHIBI0TJS LIONS OF ARCTIC SEAS.
AM ANNEX OF PRODIGIOUS HUMAN CONTRADICTIONS.
Iu a Titanic Separata Tent, but without extra Iu.nre.vlat the pros pronounces
"INCOMPARABLY THE FINEST CIRCUS,"
Presenting none but tho Pre-eminent of the Profn, and a Six Continent Company cf
these, including
The moat Brilliant Programme of Superb Circus Sensationc ever Pre
sented at any time, in any age or place.
10,000 SALARY PER WEEK
To tho Whole "World' Moat Illustrious Equestrians, Athletes aud Clowns.
The bareback riding was brilliantly artistic WAr,jh Dttiiij Cummrrcia..
c - f ,- ftr were. rierfectlT marvelous. Adrian ( -l.'7. ) IktU'J Tinwa.
Incomparably the Baest circus entertainment ever given iu this nei;;ht.rbood. : Wiaron
I pa. ) Uerala.
The veteran Sam PJaehart performed
sauU OTerfielepbM.tsad cighT camels. -
. . . - i i m ,iw an ",tcni
The Hnge HigKay Festival of Four Famous .Managers.
Xlj Jfost JtigsiCceot Free recant of l!iU luiurUj-i A;o. I-. v.:ii. h
) A. LIVING ELEPHANT
IS B0R2TE HIGH ALOFT.
Bring tha Ladies and Uttlo Ones Early to s?e it.
Tko
of wonder
The
dM&r ru remarkably brilliant and uuvi- "'1 "? f r,-,,,,,y), ,t" '"""''
eraaddelignt all along tho Une of lannb.-fU-J. V'- t'-'-'l I'l'V'"''-
street eorad U that was claiuwyl for It in tho WW't l'
Itseenasthu?btlpeovlJtuM,,oul.:" '' " "
le kind ever given We. CUkUuuI f O, I lMl k '
IT SURPASSES IT.rAl)VKKTLSK3i ENTS.
AH HtCJ promised wu there and mora too, I'wt' (- J (') l ""'!'
Muffle it that tho Sellj Bros. doU they ,-romiaJ -ml isviv t.s.- Y,j.t,vn (Oj
Daili' A'eie.
AJ together tre must compliment the 7 Elephant pnrtyon U-uS tratWiiJ! iact m
their advance amouncements. Lafayette ( Ind.) Ifntly Lutiftrr.
IT IS EMPHATICALLY THE GREAT FAMILY FIELD SHOW OF AMERICA.
ra!tion in couipansn with it.
Admission to nil, 50 Cenfc. Children under 9 jcars, 25 CVnts.
Museum and Menacerie door. ope. at 1 and 7 P. M r-rfoniinnc; lu th, fin.r-1 D.Ue
Separate An.ua coiunmt;MX 1 lio'ir later.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad will run
Excursion Trains from New Baltimore, Bairds
town Bloomdale, Fostoria, Chicago Junction,
AUi?a and Republic, selling TicKets atExcur
cursion Rates.
V7LL ALSO EXHTBIT AT
FINDLAY, Saturday, April 26th.
SANDUSKY, Tuesday, April 29th.
Wm
JEWELRY STORE HAS BEEN REMOVED TO THE
Commercial House Block, Market Street,
Where will be found all the Latest Patterns of
Fine Jewelry-
At Prioes
to Svtst 5ev.ry'oocly.
New Firm!
F, . K.ISHLEK.
KISHLER & N1EBEL,
Undertakers '.Undertakers!
Having UWUhHhem.elve j" the U n d etJ. J nq
.re wE.fily preparwl, ilh a Fine Hearse. cfnkeC,";
Shroud. . ll the .B.M.r.ei , to j.rry
tD D 2 T : ' -&0
El U t-t
Id
-i - J
- : x
'i
j
SI
verv
April 28th,
DOUBLE-HORNED MONSTER ASIA 1 11
RHINOCEROS,
CSE EVIE IMPOETED.
A . 4U., btr,iniitrd.T iTllA
the almost in.-ij:.SiM.. f,at .f tin a romer
,S. - i WJ ( . ll Halt i.r.
WW
Give mo o. Call.
New Firm!!
AliNEi: MKilt'L.
an cuuii'iaut u imjj wjiiuur .it.) y
. Gallup s
.
New i-l
ag to
THE CITY DRUG STORE IN NEW HANDS!
Having purchased the City Drug Store of M. M. Childs, it will, in the
future, be under the management and control of
Israel Green,
A P.-actical Druggist of thirty-six years' experience. Having added a
Large Stock of New and Reliable Goods, I am now prepared
to offer Superior Inducements ti Physicians of this City,
and of Seneca County, and to Farmers, Mechanics, and
others. Our Stock consists of
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
FIXE CHEMICALS. PAINTS. OILS,
FIXE TOILET SOAPS. PERFUMERY. FRENCH and
AMERICAN' VARNISHES, PAINT ami VARNISH BRUSHES.
MACHINERY OILS of All Kinds. A Choice Assortment r
FINE LII'ORS. for iiit'.liriiial hscs, SPONGES. TRUSSES,"
SI PI"0RTERS, SHOULDER BRACES, TOOTH. NAIL,
HAIR itii.l BLACKIN'd P.RUSHES. POCKET BOOKS,
WALLETS and PURSES; COLORED PAINTS. Dry and
in 0;J: Coarse and Fine COMBS, POMADES, and HAIR OILS.
StIAVIN'l. SOAPS and BRUSHES; Ilolinnn's Celebrated
LIVER PALS and a Full Line of PATENT MEDICIXES.
Goods AH Warranted to Give Perfect Satisfaction, or No Sale.
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
Please call and look through our
TIFFIN, O., MjrcS 6. 1879.
Confectioney
F1ME CANDIES AND NUTS OF ALL VARIETIES.
Staple Groceries, Hams,
Choice Cigars & Tobaccos.
WARM MEALS OR LUNCH AT ALL HOURS.
Spayth's Block, opp.
Furniture !
Il'.iH"! 1:1
New Firti and New Goods !
Mew Styles and New Prices !
Very Low for Cash on
Fxrnlt u.re ! -u-rnitTjuro ! !
Beclsta.cl3. CUaia'oa.- C3.iit-i,
Bara.vi3, Parlor Suit 3,
Wash Sta-iicla, Bsd L,-jung03,
Tables, SaXd3, Qrxa.ir3,
CruTotoarcle, Patont Rookora,
"VV Q-rcli-otofi, Spr.ngai,
liaise C ill iui.l Hie lU Um. UMOIHTAKIHQ AtiJ'ltl ! rr.Mlllir.
Brtw-mber the 11m. TJHIj Se HORN'S -Nw nir. V,n vt tto F.rH'Ufl.
THIS CUT REPRESENTS THE FARM
Of Jacob Baum, Sf. Paul, Pickaway County, Ohio, Hedged by the 0ayio
Kefgs Company, No. 383 West Third Street. Dayton. OhU.
ST.
, t. ,l.l tn tat that I ha ha
1 hiM nils r;m-,i
nun .... . - .
.,i.i.iiiii il a wrlM I lu-ilur.
plan i"l
r .iit.l hae or.k
We fully eumf HI iU"'
Thi. i. ti i-ri Is tkrt iIik ttj.ii;:.X riiiM'.-"iy ll"l M ' '""' m mm-
n!r.i;y.,t::. ts " i "f wr;&z .v:,u iuw.
V. r J i Miil,i. -I- ll.li:.-. It ! ii tlx-T rni-Nml liali.U. I 'HlW U.4 J., r
.f, It. 1 .. tU8.U ...at Um., ar. Hi- 1
Viii ill L.hV-.l :ui.l lai..-. a-..rJiiiit Ui tli iU-nl ml ky th. HU
pi "uts 111 -n.K i..4. rl."k. .1 -.ul h.W ..July Ui llirtr .l . U Ituaaan.
ir.-.l ,U,u l.y lli H-'U'- Cmpai.. arw.r.liinf u. tliir t ..(-rru. ut n- V
li! .1 that ll.i- Cuiuaauy .iiiim hr U lolr-iiwd. rUJ '.
fin.n-.-r H-,1. (.l.-r.l l-l"" thr farm. rf'.U ra -rj tM
,rr IU- am- l..r I.1Iim. A 4.n 1 t " 'iT JTt?. Wu7 t by ull-u ea-
WU i.-vv-'"1.11"' '" 1"' "'I'1'""- " y h il..arrr. I
J. II. VlU.UrT.
r. c. iiA:jr.Ki-s..s.w-7.
From ttve Xf;.
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