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FRIDAY.NOVKMHKll 15. 1878.
JINK- PIMUOXS, EilUor.
Tli riliiliiirn Tot of Oliiu was shout
Pome iiitrrrMitig mlilicnl noti'B on fir.-l
l'g. Komi litem.
Tlie Xnlioiml Hiinrii t.f IMiio coMs llit
Slnlc nttout $200,000 siinnnllT.
Tli Ohio Hlnle Fair fell short of tspMi
ten lit in year nlmul lx lliiinanml ilullnra.
The fnrnint ripening uf tlic Ivlplu A
Koknmo Narrow Rniiga ltillr t'e
village of Vensilooin, elglil mirs aniilli
wck! of IXOplios, look lnre Sniiirilnjr.
The Xitiionnl Uniikfjn are tolling fits
nines the tlectmt far tlieir libern I i ty . Ilo
forts tlio election llir-r wore billerly con
demned for tlivir Rr.niitg, nlgarilly tiitaU
lies. 'Twr rcr lima.
!: TfATT says Km John l'oRTER.tn
nlcml of Ixiog casliieral lor refilling lo ro
Inforco Clcn. Pore nt the second bat ilo of
Bull Run, should lure been shot. Tlieae
linre always been our Bantimcnta.
The preaent seoim rii unhealthy seaann
for iinMirnnre compnntes Ihnt hnvo tnkeii
risks on Summer hotel. Ml the lending
Summer hotels nt Cn Mi,.vi t"x Je-7i
were con'tinird on Saturday, The low is
eli muled nt nenrly hulf n million.
Bunion Pmti " Show me the fashion
yilnlcs of any ngo," suid Tnlmage, "nod I
will lell you tlio type of morula or im
uiarnlaoi thnt ngo or that your." All right,
v Brother Tiilnmgo, wo ui;got tlio ago of
Adnm and Kre. We lin vuu't Iho plaice
linndr, hut doithtlea you recullci't them.
Ohio st"i to the front in this years crop
of corn, WliiUt thi crop show o .tiling
off in Kentucky and Indiana, Ohio's crop
proaenls a, material gain. There appears
to be something in the noil nml iiliiinxphcru
of Iho Buckeye Sinla fuvornhle to the
growth of great crops as well it groat men-
An tlio janitor of (ho bank in New York
thnt was rohhetl of over n million dollar
recently wa :! rilHtcil with the combina
tion lo the Tnullx, "NuhIiv" very properly
impure, since A. T. .Stkivart's body has
been remoretl from the family vimiIi, if they
"trust the keeper of Now York cemuteries
with the Combination."
The Democratic paper xlniled intlitialr
last week: "It i inipnanilile to give anything
definite concerning Tucday 's election, n
reports are somewhat conflicting nml mat
ter in such n mix," etc., etc., etc.1 Bu
they seem to hnvo a ripple of glory
over a ".Solid Smith," but they do not il
luMrnte tlio mme with even the smallest
The Ilelginn Minister of Justice linn dent
toiled certified return of nil net of do
n ilium and legacies lo the Unman Cullio
lio churches of Belgium. It in supposed
that these return will serve as n bnxis for
Icgislntive measures to prevent the immense
nccumulittioiiR of properly in Iho iiiiino of
h churches, which nro obtained mostly
by clerical pressure on dying persons.
Iiirsrille Cjurier-Jmiruil, D.-mocrnlic
"The sooner the party get rid of Ihe green
back idiots the better." That is plain tnlk,
but il looks since the election ihotigli (hero
might be some truth connected will) it'
There is n wide difference of opinion on
this subject down on the Ohio river. The
Cincinnati Enquirer claims that Ihe Adop
tion of the greenback idea iiy the Democ
racy throughout (he rotmtiy is their only
salvation, nnd we have not the disposition
within us (o discourage them in pursuing
this course lo its loglcul conclusion.
It is announced (lint Mrs. S. N. PlKE,
widow of tho builder of Pike's Opera
Hons, Cincinnati, also one in New Yoik,
is now "living in Pari where her diamonds-
ntlrart considerublo attention.''
This apears lo be Ihe ambition of her
life, toailrnctntteutinn with herdiamonds
For a few yearsafierthecomplelion of the
Cincinnati Opera House it was not an un.
common thing to see Mrs. Pike nnd her
diamonds, especially the iliiimonds, every
night in Ihe week in the first private box
on the left. In short Mrs. Pikb nnd her
diamonds became a part of iho show.
Ceil. Siiekman, in his trip lo the Crest
nest, lis had his eyes opened, especially
in regard toAriiona. ilo says the mines
of silver that exist tlioro makes the Big
Uinann a trilling ulTilr, and that (he
wealth of that Territory, soon to be devcl
Ojied by railroad communication, is some
thing fabulous. Ho formerly looked upon
Arizona, ns a worthless region, which (he
United Slates woi.J 1 do well togivo awny
in order lo save the expense of garrisoning
tl, bul his recent visit has wholly changed
liia opinion, and he now believe ils enor
mous store of silver is destined to produce
a marked effect in cheapening (lie value
tint metal throughout the world. The
Southern Pacific Railroad, which is al
ready completed to the Oil.i Kivcr, has
just put under contract, to bo flubbed next
Hummer, 2GO mile more of its line east
ward. The managers of the road are
aware of the great richness of th'o Arizona
mines, and are making haste to reach them.
All the ore from these mines has now to be
sent two or three bnmlrcd miles across the
desert in wagons, but even wilh this great
expense for transportation the mines are
ueruiously profitable. It is believed dial
the immense productions of these mines
will furnish suiticient reasons fur the re
peal of the silver law within a year, nnd the
ti-iuetalliu standtud will have to be aban
doned in all countries that are now seeking
to maintain it.
Feeding the U. S. Army.
The annual report of Ciuiuiary Gen
eral MACretiLt shows that (he total
amount dishuraed for subsistence stores
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1878,
was tJ,510,2')l of which anioiint f 1,01 1,017
was reimbursed by sales of stores to ollicers
and enlisted men. $31,831 was paid by
the Interior Department for supplies fur
ulsUad (o Indian; $73,813 collected for
tobacco told lo enlisted men, nud tho bal
ance furitisUed to the i. parliui.nl by the
From tablss ic'ii)anyliig tho report
nppssrs that thwre was s marked dcclio
in the cost of thi cijni.ioouiiU uf the iinuy
raliuns during lite past yeur, si eooiii tied
wilh the preceding twelve mouths, sod the
esliia lies f.jr appropriations were reduced
accordingly. The cost value of the rations
issued to yellow fever suihVrcrs from Aug.
J9 to Oct. 7, is giruu si I I. The du
irli4eiit bas furnished supdies for Indi
nt lo the aiiiouut uf shout 3-,U:i() in vx
iess of its re'mbursuiuuiiUl from Ihe Jnle
No wonder Ihnt Heir Orleans. Iiae Iwen j
conrjred wllh th yellow fever. A epeciiil
enmniilire rcpotls ihnt np lo Angnst the
gsrbnge of lite eiljr eras clumped Into pub
jio s(tire In form foundnlinn forn snlute
of (ieorrnl Ie, nnd I hat cnrlolie sehl was
powerless In nllcmptiitg lo Itrnlrnliso the
Trial of William Hayes.
The preliniionries for Ihe trial of Wl.
11 ATI were innuguriiltil al I'reiiioiit on
Mondiiy. That dny and Tuesday- were
employed in einpaniidios n jury.
The Stale Is represented in tlicnst by
fri'sccnling Attorney J. T. U rvkr, ns
sinleil by J. It. B.wirMTT, of rremonl, and
n. M Kt.K, of Civile. The attorneys for ihe
defendant nre Jutle I'll. I. aim, of TilTin ;
Jamfs It. 'ITi.kii, of Pirry-liortr, nnd Mr.
t.KMMoy, of Clyde.
From a teller from tin employe of this
odiee who was called as witness for Ihe
dofence, we learn Ihnt there are '10 witness
es for Ihe prosecution and HO for Ihe de
fense. The exnniiuntinii of witnesses by
Ihe prosecution cuuimcnced Wednesday
THE CHURCH TRIAL.
Agreeable lo Ihe promise nindo last week'
we place before nur renders with this issue
the charges, spcclfiialions, and Ihe decis
ion rendered by tlio Presbytery after the
testimony nud pleadings bad all been
placed before its members.
In order lo give n verbatim copy of the
findings of Presbytery we have inserted
Ihe paragrnpli referring lo Mr. J. AV. Bnfwi
which whs oinilled fraiu some cause by
I lift f 't eiiinff lite.
Tho urfaee indications at Ihe present
writing nro, thnt neither side nro favors,
lily impressed Willi Ihe decision. X
humbly beseech all parlies in interest to
heed (ho parting injunction of Iho Pies
briery, in which Iho language of (he apostle
is (bus quoted, " I!o perfsct. be ol good
comfort, be of one mind, live lu prsee," Ac.
If this adficj c.inutit bo folio vu l, then tve
would ndvNo thai su.'li legal measures be
pursued as will bring to a logical eoorlu
-ion nud find out wherein Ihe faith is with
in ilium or lh nssci l ions circulated upon
our si reels on every oceision of a little
excitement, It becomes monotonous, if
not perplexing, at limes.
We took exceptions lo Iho course of Ihe
Btr, last weo!t. Wo take it nil back now
nu I desire lo give (hat paper credit for it
persistent mid untiring ell'orts during the
oilirc trial lo send Ihe case to Ihe jury
(t!ic people), with tho pleadings of one
sMeonly, and lli.n " burying ihe hatcbcl"
deep and refusing to resurect it. This
leave (he jury nut unlike poor Richard
tlio III, who was " sent into the world with
his mind scarce half made iii" and so
"hideous (hat the dogs barked nt liiiu ns lie
li ilto I by them."
Let us have peace ! "
South Toledo Amusements.
Our neighbors over the slumbering bo
rom of Ihe Mauinee are determined to keep
ahead of IVrrysburg in the wny of amuse
incuts nnd excitement. For the past ten
days they have been nil torn np over n
libel suit, in which Miss Ji lia A. Potter
commenced action lo recover $ 10,000 from
Mr. Aniirkw Henfi.Ino for circulating
slanderous reports about her and Mr
Wheeler FiiK.vcir, nil of .South Toledo
No enrds, or pistols. Tho jury were hung
from Monday 3 P. sr. to 2 A. SI. Tuesday,
when they split the difference nnd awarded
Jl'U.V No cents.
Jn-l ns this caao was consigned lo the
musty records of the past, they break
out in n fresh spot. Professor Brown,
Superintendent of the schools, member of
the County .School Examiners, active
member of church nnd Sabbath schoob
President of Murphy Club, n member of
the Masonic Fratnrnity, etc., etc., is
charged with gelling on a high old bend
er nt Fostoiia n short time sinco, nnd his
casa was before n public meeting of the
Board of Education Wednesday evening.
We understand he resinned bis position
at Supt. of the schools on that evening,
and it he continues his resignations in
the other institutions to w hich he belongs
sonic, weeks will be required to get through
wilh this. We also understand that
is his intention lo enter suit for slander
in the sum uf 530,01)0 against one of the
ciUzeus uf that village. Aro wo prepar
ing for the milleiiiiim ?
Deciphering the Ciphers.
There bus been no little nnxiety as
who was entitled (o ihe credit of the pa
liont industry and signciiy displayed
the translation of the cipher dispatches
thai passed between Til. pen's friends
Now York nnd Tll.I'Es's friends Ihnt had
been scut lo Florida to secure if possible
the electoral vote of that Slate. White
law IlKi, editor-in-chief of the N. Y
Tribune, has been mentioned ns being entb
(led to the credit of (bis piece of patient
ami skillful work. A correspondent of the
Philadelphia Timci throws (his light upon
the subject :
Happily, lean furnish the information
The Tribune man hn had a bushel basket
fuj of cipher telegrams in his office for
mire than two mouth. How Mr. Keid ob
tained possession of them is more thnn
can pretend to say. However, thev were
turned over in bulk lo Mr. Hasaard, the
most versatile gentleman connected Willi
the New York press. I nm informed Ihnt
Mr. Hasaard worked six weeks on this
mass without gelling a point or n useful
suggestion. He (hen began to work on the
ante, the number ut words 1:1 (he several
classes of telegrams, looked up the occur
rences happening in (ho localities lit the
ihites in question, tho noted persons in the
localities nt Iho lime, etc., nnd before
knew tlio tancletl threads benan to unwind
ami in a fortnight be was in possession
me wnoie secret.
A Full Explanation.
"I no knowledo of the telegrams
nor any information of them except what
Iihs been derived from the publication
them in the iriliune, I was not aware, a
mil not aware, of my own knowledge,
the existence, of a telegraph office in New
York. 1 once hail a man pointed out
inu as a telegraph operator, anil I supposed
that it meant u man who bought mid sold
W estern Union uud I. slocks. Home
body told mo last November, that a man
named Morse had invented aTclecraiih ill
siiiinienl, but I did not believe it. 1 never
received a telegram rum anybody or iiiiv
where. 1 am an innocent, cnulldiiig old
man, unused lo ll.e ways of this wicked
wo ld, ami 10k the American people lo pro
tect inn froiii iiupoiiiiion nml mtoiijj. I do
net read the papers. I cannot read unci
was u it so. . 1 ilid not know of any trouble
or iiik "li iinly about Ihe Florida ccrlifi.
eales, whatever I hey may be, until the Glh
of ll.'i enilu r, when the electoral voles were
vast. 1 do not known what a cipher is, ami
iKrivr suw but one and that mis on a slale.
I uoi e poor man, and never spent, nor
I'siucd Uj Iss spent, or had any knowledge,
directly or indirectly, of the spending by
any i.( my cpu In lances, uf a dollar for
Sigm'4 s llic b otloni. S. J. Tll tH'Nt.
OUR CALIFORNIA LETTER.
OUR CALIFORNIA LETTER. The Welcome News from House—"The [...]
Homeward Fly." and the Fowls of the
Air to their Southern Homes Hie—Rain
Storm—The Great Debris Trial—The Constitutional
Convention at Work—The Chinese
I iea it Jot rna i, No visitor receive s a
in or e'-oiilial welcome limn you, with your
news of bnme and friend far awny. So
familial ly do yon chat uf home and home
scents thnt we are inclined lo forget, for n
lime, thai wo nie thoiuuintls of miles sway,
ml almost see ns In a pnnornina the per
sons mid places so denr lo our memory. Il
anv tiiie wislirs lo realize (lie Tnlne ol a
local tnier. let him ko far awny aiuonK
strangers nml into a strange land.
Well. I nhloriua nt (Ins season fl die
yenr has a delightful climate, as all Ihe
(owls of adjacent Territories well know.
Our rivers are teeming wilh comities mil
lions of uccse anil ducks winch hsvo re
lumed from their Summer homes in Ore
gon, Washington Territory, mid British
Columbia, lo revel in our sunny waters
nnd feast on our brond wheat held, while
nil Ihe surrounding world surrenders lo the
icy fellers of old "lloiens." "loll bcl, a
hoy wilh a shot gnu is happy.
Since last 1 wrote, we have hail another
rain storm, mostly wind, w hich t inied the
rain aidewise so swiftly that it seemed
more like sprny thnn raindrops. This
storm also lell heavy deposits of snow in
(be mountains, but the Valley is as dry as
if it hail not rained.
"The tireat Helms Trial ' is still Inch fi
nitely postponed ; meanwhile tht ni"t gi
gantic preparations nre being mnde f,r ils
prosecution. The Farmers' Anli-Hthria
Society hnve r.ii.-eil their subscription list
lo (he enormous sum ol ;ioU,llP(i, and suit
(he list I ineiensing. 1 lie miners also
lire combining for defense.
The Constitutional Convention is in ses
sion, and is not likely to gel through much
short of the 100 days allowed (hem by the
legislature. The convention consists of
li '2 dalegales nml Ihe cost lo (he Slate
during working hours is nhoiit i "i per min
ute. 1 he fhuerciit coin mil tees nrent woi k,
ami bills arc being presented, but little of
importance has been done yet. It is pro
posed to change tho Constitution in regard
lo judiciary nll'airs and immigration, es
pecially Chinese immigration; ami a is
usual in such conventions the whole instru
ment is being criticized. The principal
excitement nppenrs to lie on Ihe Chinese
question, and Kearney says1"Tho Chinese
Permit me here lo present to your rend
ers a picture of the Chinamnn ns I see him;
nlso, some of my own reasonings on the
great question of his becoming a citizen.
I nsk information of some of our clear
headed "Buckeye" Bepiildicans, that 1
tuny settle Ihe question rightly in my own
mind. Tho Chinamen is h brown, almond
eyed specimen of the genus homiloi in, with
die front of his head shnven nnd the back
part supporting n queue or pigtail from
4 tod feet long. He seeni.1 to possess nu
intellect equal to average Americans in nil
kinds of handiwork, only that his language
seems to bear no relation to ours. I Hud
him in nil departments where be has been
admitted displaying skill, activity, honesty
nml ccononiv ; nnd so industrious and eco
nomical is he, that be seems destined to
leave liehind him the Hiherninu, and even
the lower classes of prodigal Americans in
the race for wealth. Ho is social nml in
offensive, but rarely. cen away from his
business. He is said by some to be filthy
in his habits, but the most refined Califor
nia lis seem to deny this by the confidence
Ahey place in him ns cook. F.verylhing
considered, ho seems to mo (o he human
of (ho samo origin in common with the
American, the Kuropenn, the African, anil
the other inhabitants of Asia. If so, does
not the clause in Republican principles
"All men nre by natuie free nml equal"
tin hide 1 1 1 in nl-o: In short, can 1 lollow
out the principles of Republicniiism nnd
vole the"Anti Chinese" ticket 1 The chief
of (he Chinese Embassy, when asked where
(ho Chinese would go, replied : "We will
go (o Ireland ; (hat is the only country
tho Irish do not rule."
YUBA CITY, Oct. 31, 1878.
Lincoln, Orant and Hayes have tried
lo save this famous part of the United
.Stales from anarchy, rebellion and barbar.
ism. Kducatcd under the code of honor
amid tho peculiar institutions of slavery'!
the suns anil daughters of planters anil
cotton merchants have learned to look
down upon l lie lanKees with sovereign
contempt. They could not live under the
rule of a rail split ter; they fought hard
against a tanner, and smiled at the credu
lity of a mild citizen whom they thought
could be so easily duped. .Nutr-a-ilays
they talk about carpet baggi'is, and North
ern interference, and Nigger voters, ami
try to make short work with all l,t$c by
a shot gun policy. With exalted notion's
of superiority they have called themselves
Kallle Snakes, Kh Klux, liiilj-dozers, Ited
Shirts, nud oilier high sounding names.
Perhaps, by anil by they will close the list
by giving thcmselvos the euphonious title
of lilue iJevils, a name to which llieir ilee.ls
have already given them a full claim.
Now what can be done witli a people of
such exulted ideas? Lincoln said to the
old veteran, Gen. Scott, whom be sent lo
overlook the battle at Jiiill Ktin, " Jjon't
hurt Ihe rebels much, deal guntly with
them. They are our brothers." Jed'., with
his peers, laughed at Abraham's Seventy-
C 'IO I I . H'l .. .
live j. iioiisiiim uiouieeis. j uat; neat! ol
the Confederacy could not foresee what
tanner could do. Lincoln, in the kind
ness of his heart said to Grant, "(iencritl,
use strategy don't kill more ihan you can
help." To which the General. baviiiL'
learned the character of the liebs, replied,
i Know nut one way lo attack and
pound away," In the Wilderness, when
one of his aides in a panic rode up lo head
quarters, to report the slaughter of a regi
uient nf his best troops, the General euid,
" Put in the next best," at which his aide
stood aghast. Grantcoolly brushed of! the
ashes from his liidomitahlecigar, and said,
" l ins is a lulkennv carliglit, uud the gov
eminent tail is the longest put them in."
ISut Grant was not reckless; for when he
summoned Lee to surrender he said "he
wished to prevent the further tfliisioii uf
blood. At that tune Ihe North could
have annihilated the South. The (.'on fed
erscv was fairlv renresenled bv Ji Hi-ikoii
Davis when dressed in a bonnet and wo
man s skirts he personated a verv old and
worn out grandma. liy this time unv
observer, wilh gootl common sense, would
have supposed tliiit the South had learned
to treat the L uioii government at least w ith
some degree of respect. Kot at all. Some
politician said, " 1' he internal rchs outlit
to he annihilated." Hut Grant, then in
the Presidential chair, said, "No! I,el
us have peace. " Still to protect citizens
lie put troops in South I nrolina and J-ou-isianii.
Hampton ami others made such
(air promises that lltvts removed ihem
And in his Southern policy lie has been
kind nml patient beyond endurance. Now
the Sooth unite in a council of lied Shirts
nml let the blood of whiles and blacks will
impunity. The question recurs uftrriill
that has been said and done What shall
we ilo next? Some say, let I he Soul h alone.
Kut thai we cannot do. They are in the
Ui ion uud fellow cilitcn. Then somesuv
execute the law even at ihe point tf ihe
ii iyonet. Ihsl does seem to lie an rquita-
lilii wnv, and ought to lie done. Hut in
the meantime lei synods, lislloml council,
and coiilereuces look niter this diixiness.
l'.ir Sh.imr t A re yen, ministers of our holy
religion, taking sweet council, and walking
to the house of God in company with Pal-tle-auiikcs,
Kil-Klux, Pull I'or.crs, and Ited
Shirts? Is?l ('ongregationalisls, Presbyte
rians, Methodists and lUptisls unite in
solid body nnd in Ihe name of heaven nml
earth protest against such fiendish innn-atrosiih-a!
I a-I the southern church feci
that it is deuhly damned, both by heaven
and earih if it does not lift up its voice
uud crv aloud against ihtse abominations.
Titus loot Jerusalem A. I. 70, but who
In thunder look our umbrella September
1, l.si8 7 II htcltnij iMiiiutiy Lttuitr.
Mns eompaniea e xprrs no fesra In re
gard lo V.pikon's new discovery of ihe
electrical light. Consniiieis of light are
as emphatic in their expressions of not
fearing it cither, therefore honors are easy
on the gas question.
A Tsllahasee, I'ls., minister who lind
liehl numerous night meetings in order lo
arouse religious enthusiasm, and Iho wnrk
progressing slowly, bewailed the return of
his labors in only convening half a dozen
souls, thiMi "I lell yon, my hearers, it
tlou'l pay for Ihe gas."
The Ohi.u Slate School Commissioner,
wilh numerous assistant, will bold an K.d-J
ncnlionnl Convention in Hefiiince, Novcm
Isr 20 nnd .10. The eight noun lie which
comprise Ihe Sixth Congressional llistriet
will unite in il. Thcolj'-et of theconven
tion is the improvement of the ungraded
(country) schools in those counties, and
Ihe ittleiidniice of nil clnscs of people is
desired and requested.
In closing n descriptive trip through
Texas in a letter lo the hv,V. SuiKHXiS
says; "My entire trip wns made through
Texi.s without seeing nu Indian or Mexi
can Ihe class of men Northern people sre
so afraid of coming in contact wilh. I,
however, met with one half breed Indian
at Ilnllas a iimo of some inte liiirence in
his way, who calls liim-elf an Indian doc
tor, mid works wilh "yarbs nnd roois."
Hut Ihe most remarkable part id his his
tory is his claim Ihnt he lots had seven
wives, and thev are all dead but the one
he is now living wilh. lie al-o claims lo
be Ihe father of o7 children, "! of them
l.orn to hi;ti alive, and ortn tlead ; he says
there were twenty piiis of twins, and (line
set of triplets, and when the war luoke oul
twenty of Ins sous went into the t oiiteder
ale nriuy ten got hack alive anil ten were
The Boston llcnild ha made nn ex
haustive examination of the subject, and
conies lo Ihe conclusion that Courtney row
ed a sqn.-ue race. If any paper can sav
with certainly that any contest between
any class of professionals, from boat race
or cricket mulch down to a tussel over
Ihree of n kind, is fair nntl square, it can
lo more than is vouchsafed to the children
of light. "Sporting men" of nil degrees
ami complexions nre simply sharpers
nothing else-i whose highest energies nre
devoted lo swindling the politic, nnd
plucking Ihe nmalMir sp it", who bet on
and attend r ices nnd matches. This is a
solemn truth that cannot be too deeply im
pressed upon the mind ol every man, old
or young, who lecis iu;e nazaniing uaro
earned iiionev on the result of these a flairs.
As a rule n bet, especially if made in (he
direction that the general sentiment seems
to point, is money thrown into a trap set
by blacklegs lo catch the dollars of gulls.
They say when Itismarck greeted Grant
he smiled one of those Fatherland grins,
held out his hand, ami exclaimed: "Ve
gates, Sheneral, I was overcome mil glad
ness by myself to see you ; sit mil yourself
down. Adolph, two beers, right away
quick, so heltip you gracious!"
m - mi
Death of a Hero.
Lieut. A. II. Pciiner, of the lSth V. S.
Infantry, who volunteered to go with the
relief boat sent from St. Louis with sup
plies for the yellow fever suH'erers, was
taken with the fever on Sunday, Oct. loth,
ami died on the 37th, on the boat near
Vicksbiirg, Miss. The death ol the hem
cast a gloom over the whole country; he
was one of the noblest ami most tender
hearted men that ever lived, having no
thought of personal danger while minister
ing to fcllowsufli-rers. lie died poor leaving
a wife and two children unprovided for,
and if they are allowed lo want the whole
country w ill tleei ve a calamity, pecanse
Congress failed to provide i r paving the
army, Lieut. Punier la-l year had to bor
row money at li per rent, a month so be
might support his family ! Let tanlv jus
lice now be done to the bereaved family ol
this hero maityr. Tiil'icomr 11-ruli!,
Lima claims a population of P. CO.
Trust not a hore's heels, nor a lion's
tooth, neither a man who says he I! pay
Oil Cilv Ih'rrirl;: It seems lo occur lo
Mr. Pergh that he is perhaps carrying the
war into loo remote an Africa when he has
a bajtgsge man arrested for cruelly lu
" Dearest," he murmured, ecstatically,
as he folded her in his arms for the first
time, " let me sample ihe nectar of your
lips." "Take a whole schooner of it," she
faintly whispered; "it's all on tap."
A bee master at ICerw ick, Kng., wanted
tosell his hives, ami advertised as follows:
"Kxlensive sale of live stock, comprising
not less than 10,0110 head, with unlimited
right of p'tslurage." The trick succeeded
The spiritualist woman says that the
Commodore Yanderbill whom she saw was
n medium-aired man. " Well," said a bro
ker, yesterday, " the last lime I played
euchre with him he stood way over me."
lUvuld, I'. 1.
A widower of Columbus Grove recently
asked three different. widows to many him
mid was less than an hour and a half doing
ihe job. It don't detract from the glory
belonging to him by virtue of the efloil
because none of ihem would say "ye."
An old Irish soldier who prided himself
upon his bravcrv, said bp fought in the
battle of "Pull Pun." When asked if
retreated ami made bis escape as ot hers did
on that occasion, he replied, "I jabers,
them that didn't run are there yit!"
The two year old roll, Spendthrift, seems
tn be the coming horse. He has won
five races in which he started. Disown
er refused n bid of $1U,I'00 for him a few
weeks ago, expecting lo secure a hir;e
share of the $100,000 for which the coll
alreadv euteied lor the next season.
PO WHOM IT M t'ONC VUX.
V PETITION to Ihu Ci-nrl nf Tuinni' n VUnn
nf Vni C'lllulV, Ohio watt ilulv fih-.l
wilh the ('It-1 k nf ttaui ('mil V in Nuve nibr ljili,
A. I. IR7S. prayhiK li r ti vtctiion nf Sp.ii.:
nt t et-t Irmii l.i; Inner St. t Citerrr Si . hi the un
inrnrpcTrited i.iwn nf Ml. Pr fcpect. ct'iiimouly
rnlh'n Hrnilnor, Wmul cuiintr. O.. i net! by
Crocker unJ tcrrnU'Pii t'lhetn, ptuprir ownem
nn suttl atitft. IS hi petitmn tt ill be fur her
iiitf nt lhJ ii ji I tut iti ul ftaiil Ciiint. Uf
AN OltmNANTK-To prri.I f..r th Ine
Itni In for the I'urpnii.t nt U;iisin; Kmct
A nticipti"n nt Kcceipti In iu (lit) CnuctJil
KlCTlnx 1. Re t o (-(!.'( the Cinnnfm
Council uf th luC'OfitHHttti Yiihtij of j'rrrjf
buttj. 0.tUhrrt o(if'g uf nil the meiubri I cuw
rm mi. 7 (Weir) -Tlmt tho MrT ami l-lcrk
ot -ti4 Villa b HMttmnzf-l t tiid bom
ol aaUl V 1 1 1 it a a - aiii'inntiu in (ho nt n reditu
! jtiiu nn( xteiliiii (Mttj 'l iiniuninl )ii
($1 immh, payable out of ih oropcr Imul
Ihv TreuHtii r there--f, wuh inn rtt coupi'im
thvrrto, (nr tl9 purnimu nf l'iititr fumt-
Mum iUi'it of rcceipla fi'MH (intr liev
enne Kutnl, b!nW ui bfur m rule ut i in tr
eat not i excevl eit tit ( S ) irr coot, per hii-nin.i,vnbleM'n)i-HiiisiirilU
nt lht (lico of th
(!urpi.rHti' I'reMMiuer in ai I Viilnte, ttitd
bmiiltt beiitjr Unit'tl In rccomIh nc wilh mi
OioriiT ymuttnt in Soelinti 1, thupier if, nnj
Divihii-ii tl, ot MuniLip! CiJilii, pt.U iUy
RfrJ. 2. Tli4l tahl bonds ho aiirnnl hy th AUr
or and ("leik uf niti l Villus nml plu-cd in
th bandit uf (lie C'oil.lHilte no r iunnctf, ftr
t!i purpne hvruin rnrett'd.
8 BO. 3. IhU oi.liimnce m Im k rtft-ct and bt
.mc frnm And Her iia paafttigd ud pubiica
(inn areordiiK In Uw,
lu .od Nnveiubur 13. IH78.
E. A. HIGGINS, Mayor.
Atteiti (iio. S. ili Ks'iuiir, Clmk. '
A ORP! AXCfi-Ti. pmvi.1 fr the Unn
(Vt tiflcntPi of 1 nnVbtftlnest for Funding Cer
tnin OulftUDriing Orders.
HltrTiOM I fte it nrtfirt Ay Common Cottn
rii nf tht iMtoypnrntfti li optf of f'errytntrfff
ft., thret-f'wrth nt li th Mttmher ttvnritQ
f'iriM. TIimI the MMr and Clfrl of R.iid
Villr be and tliy are hereby anlhnriifd In
itiui the CeitiAcrtiea of Indebiednnas nf said
ViIUk, Avnble nut of Ihe proper fund in
Ids Trviianry thereof, wilh I nitre M coupon
ffttarhrri tl er'ot m l tn exceed Ihe Hum of
Two Hundred and Fifty Italian t$2."0) for
Hie funding nf cettiin orerdna and nnre
rieenifd nrdetr, .iid I'erlifloalea of Indebted'
ne-a to draw eiht (8 ) per cent, Interest, pay
able aemi annually at the nflita nf Ihe Cor
)matiin Treasurer nf an id ViHeire, m ererd
nce with amlim ilv eiven in Seelinn 2, ('Imp
ter 2, nni litiion V of the Municipal Ode,
adimtM JUr "'I' 1fl:-
Htc. 2. Tint imid (Vnilicntea nf Indebtedness
b eijjued by lha Mynr and Clerk nf atid
V .If. me and he plnred in the hand of (ho
(-'"mm lice nn Finance, for tha turpoae here
Situ,.1. Thia ordinance tn take effect from end
a'tn il jmMn.ie and I'nb'iciUiim acordintf
raaaed XnTember 12. 1S7,
K. A.IIIGOI. Mayor.
Attkst : Oao. 8. MoKnioht, llet k. '
Times Fixed for Holding Court in the
Third Judicial Distiict of the State
of Ohio for the year 1979.
4Mi.ui. i' i. fas cm nr.
ft is or'lrreil tlnit s lerrr. of the Court i r Coin"
limn 1'lrns be Coinini ncel nt 8 o'clock A. u.
In AMrn ennhtjr, tn January Q, Match 31
Sent. 2il. 1.179.
In Anslsiae county, oa J.imi.irr 13, April 7.
Mi-lil H, I1i.
In Crawford county, nn Jannsry 7, April 21,
Sepi. , IST'J.
In In llanre coniilv, en January 1.1, May 12
Stepl. 2. 1 S7.
In Kii'inii CMi"ty, on February 10, June 9,
October 7 1 S 7 1 .
In llirlin enmity, on Junior 7, April 1,
Urttitirr . is, 4).
In Hancock eonnly, on January 7, April 21,
.elentiiet II, 1, II.
In lletirv ennniy, on J.inuiry 27, May 21,
(M l.er 1 j, l.s7;i.
In l.'igan e ninlr, nn February 23. May 1:1,
NitVfinbtM 4. IsT'J.
In Marion entintv, nn February 13, June 9.
October 2. 11711.
In Msieer e.innljr, "n March 17, May 5, De-
eeniiier I , l.ii 'J.
In I Miiiiluiir county, nn Jannsry 7, May 6.
September 2:!. IS7H.
In Putnam couittv, tin February 10, April 21
September H, 1,17V.
In ."Seneca county, nn February 3, May 12. Oc
mbi r 8, IS7U.
In .sii-liiv countr, rm March 3, May 19, Octo
ber rt, M71I.
la Union Rimiitv, nn February 3, April 21,
September A, IH73.
In Van Wort coiiaty, nn February 17, April
2 1 ..November:; M73.
In Williams roitntr, nn February 21, June R,
Xiirembcr It). 1S7. '
In H r inl eoiiniy.un Februorr 21, June V, No-
en.her t 1.17U.
An t in W vaiul.it c.uiiity, nu Jniuiry 2,1, May
PJ. October S.
ins i iiir r cot icr.
A ml ti nt a Term of the District Court be
cniimieneeil at 3 o'clock s.
In A Hen county, on April III, 1179.
In Atiirlaizi county, nn March :i 1 . 117?.
In Cranfnrtl ciuinly, on July III. ll7J.
In I'eflance County, on Jilni- IS. l.-o9.
In Fulton ciniiity, nn June 2i. liiV.
In Ifarilin C"iinly,on Marcb 2S, I S7P.
lu II irteock ctitiuty, on June 13. 1.179.
In Henry county, on .tune 21 I S 7y
In f.o.in county, on Mstcb 1.1, l7P.
In Mnilon county, on July J3. !879.
In Mercer cunlj', nn Apiil I, 1.17!l.
In I'aiilifiu? cf'ttnty. an .linieltl, 117'.!.
In f'ultiain county, on April 3. 1H71I.
In Seii'-ca ci'llntv, on .itiue 111 ls7'.l.
In Mielb.v County, on March 21, l.-79.
In ("n ion county, on March 11, 1 17H.
la Vnn Wert c.oi'ity, mi April 7, , 879.
In Wifiiams coniilv, en June 2'i 117:1.
In W I..! eonntr.on Juna 21. IS79
Ami in Myainlnl county, July S IH79.
Ttiu orilereil at a meeting of the Jmlffes of
(lie (,' mi l oi' (J .nun ol Pleas ol tlio Tbir.l Ju li
ci il lli-itric: of tlio Stats of Ohio, hel l for thai
pin pine, at the Colin lloii, in the ion n ol l.l
ina. in i be count v of Allen, in saiJ Uiatrict lloa
2.1th Jay of October, 117.1.
J IMPS Mll'IlKJIK,')
1 IIOMAS IlKKK,
1). M. I'llKl.rSJ ' , ,
John I. I'niiTKii. Who?"-
?Kl.a YN N. I.'WKN, f
HimiV (1. Donor, j
To li e Ch rk in' the C ent of Connuou Plena
of Wiaot ei tirtv, Ohio :
Ami vou aie heiehy d r'-cleil to Utve tin fore
Hiia(f Orl-T piihli-het) for tiiree coie-ioctitive
weeks in the lollow in nert spnper pllblili'l
in s.ii.l e. init v, to w il r '.il i; mill .V-iiia.t,
I'et ry.-hiug Juitnmt, Norlh ltul:uioie uud We
ll, n paperit.
Ul NKY II. IIODGK, Jll.lge.
TnK Statu op Ohio I
Wool) UoLstv. ss. 1 1, W.S.nbcrfy, Clerk
of the Court ol Coiiuiioii I'lease. lu ami tor the
County nml State atoresai'l, do tn-rehy certify
lliat the I'oregiiintE is a truo anil corri;cl copy
the original uiJjr Uit-J in my ntlice, October
:ililil, llii, ti.xing lite limes t'T boaltolt Ibe nil
iiil.il terms of tbe C.oirt of Paauiinll Pleas ur.il
District Coiirln in Hie Third Judicial Dinli act
of ll, e Slate ol Ohio, lor the year 1179.
In testimony wnercot, nitne.is my hand and
jl. the seal ol said C.ui t at llow ting
hsai. (it eel). Wood I'll., O.. llii 1st
' ' day of November. 17S.
30cl22 W. S. KUKKl.V, Clerk.
I'MXt. NOT ICR.
Il.race M. Dibble and E!il.i J. DibVe.
Wudena, Minnediiu, will tike n'ii:cn th.t th
undfrii:ned bu& filed Ihm petition in the i'min
of Cfininiuti riert-i "f WihmI t'niintv, Ohio, in
mci ion '.v her. in he in pUini iff. n nl theanid Hr
ace M. Dibble and Kl zi J. Iibhh- toyetlier with
Clinti-n Sr(jnr and A. C Thnniii me defend
iints, sett in if foi th tlmt on A in I 7ih, t S7;l si
Ktiz J . Ibl)le n wide und delivered lo I H.Trib
ble and Antli -nv ( obly hr ttvn pnmitorv nmen
of Unit date each tor the sum ot C10 79 dim
in I and 2 vr fnm date respectively,
with interfht t H p r Crn' . per annum. Tlmt
B.id K:iz.tJ Dibbld mi l fIi.r.co M. Dibble
aecure tliti pa vment tf snid iioIh! ex- ctiitid ,m
dw ivered t.n s.iid 'i i ibble and Cobly their innrt
II aj;e dted tf that date ot the fnltow'ira described
l.tnd nnt t'neiiieiiii( t't-vut : Itit No. hU in
V . IVrif y a Ad ntiou to the vill.iire of IItAkins,
Vid couuiv, Ohio, leas i acre off tbe south
That the unoVrsiirtied is the on ner and holder
nf iviid iM-tra u ikI ni"i ttige hecuiiiv, und thnt
the:e is dud him tlnTion the sum of 2l
n iih inteier-l tlnreoii si 8 per Cent, per Hiiuutn,
from A pi i! 7, ISTrt. That on June 15, li(o,
a:iid K 1 i z t J. DibbU muda mid celivered to
1). It. fi.-duey her two pniuuss'TV notes ol llntt
date, oiih Ini due reitra tn iu date, nnd
hmh for $75 due 3 .veiir irotn ditte.ettL-h benrinf
ii)I.TPl ut H penvnt., parable Munuiilly. I'
on the H.i id lat date m i Kliz i J. Dibble, In se
cure the va m?nt of siid notea, executed and
il. livert'd tii ciii l (teiluef ber uioi iae dc'ud
th.it d.ile intndintf tn describe therein and con
vey lu e id tied ne v the lauds above decnued,
but thai by oiMt iltu tin follow injf lauds
nwn-d by laid EliZi J Dibble were de-icribed
tbetein, t wit. Lot Ml in A. V. Terry 'a addi
tion In raid vilUye. of Marking, less a bl'ip
lite KoiUi side 3 inda wiile ; that the uiuUr
i i Lined is thtf ownerand bolder ot said notes and
fte fcitid inli'itd.'d and ttoltiril moitupe securitv
llu reof; (bat there in due to tha undersigned
thcraon. I lit tun of V.M), w iih miui
at 8 per cent, on $10 from June IA. 177,
fill In in June M. CS78 Ali ai-ltinir fir:h
siiuii tn become due on said notea. ai d that
ot said mints nre liens on tha lands first shore
dot l lb. d. Thathsid lauds uili uol sell tor
sum antlirient to pay the oai'd indebtdoeis.
That said Ktixa, J. Dibbl baa nn other
property an J"t l' execution tn pay
KuiiiH. Tlmt she conttacted said ludeb'etlneAi
fur the brntti: of liersctf and her seperaie es
tate. That ilia said dilVmhints Seynr and
Thorna ara indcb'vd tn her (or rent of said
premises first above described.
The prayer nf aaid petition that ttatd last
mentioned nori(i;a be letormed so aa to de
soiibath lands first above inentionetl ; tlmt
the Sheriff c.f Wood county be appointed a re
ceirer tn rent aaid preiuisea and collect
rents and prtii thereof and bnnir tl anine
into court fur the py of aaid indebtedness and
lor other proper relief.
And notice is beieby f tTcn tlmt unlrR
laid Horace M. Dibble and Klisa J, aihlde an
Hit said petition by December 2H. H78 the
allettatinna thvrein eoniained will be taken
true uud judgment rendered acemdioif lv.
(iKOIU.K V. YOVST.
30f 28 By Cuuk V Thoit. hia Att'ys,
X ANSASJL ANDS
NY peruana nul.iiiff In pure lime fimd
farina, Kiilx-r iuiirvv.'i vt iiuiiiiprnTf J,
well atll:il iwiriimlB ot Kama, can nbiain
Itirni lir citltinjr nn ua. t'niinirit.il IhihIb
fn.ui $ I Oil in li.00 par aero, a.-c...linc ' I' c
lii'ii, ui.it iniiriiriil f.iiim from $7,00 ty l.'O.UJ
par acre, accunliiiK l iniiiii'-intiiita.
K. I). K, Hiil.l.lNltCK.
I'trrrilarf, 0., Ocl.Jilli, 1S7S.
A. G. Williams & Bro s.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Mi Of T? V h :- i'tst I'Kturnod from the Eant-1-
1 JL ei'ii Mai'ketH and is opening otit si
A Trsmsiiaous Stock of Fall and Vintor Clothing,
Gests' FiinlsliiEi GcoJwni Clatbs, Cassf merES, k, for Custcm Vert.
Thta i Oip Inrafpst tock we Intra eor nhow n. nml prieos fnllr 2a pir rnt. W tlmn
Iff f snnft n (lir- mie gr-uli) C ifii'Htft , Wt hurt aom vt t ! ir;t hie nt v h- nf M !)' W inter
Suit-" fT tit nml $7. nnd Men'n Ovi-rrnjit- nt ihnt wefe iilh $t nml $M lu.it tear. Ol Uojra'
n ml ('MMmrs Wear we liu ve nn imintnise stock
OJZilSITCl' 3PXJXT.3SrTS3IXXTrO- GOOD
1 lio :ti ges Stt.ck in the City. In the Ctwtnn. i-(nriment we ar in k tug
First-Class Business Suits for $25. Pants,$5&$6
Do not T'ty a tlollar's Avoi'lh ofirooils in my lin'
until y ou liavo st'cn jnyStot'kund 1'iic crs.
MAELET, The One-Price Clothier,
169 & 171 Summit Street, Toledo, O.
GtZU KT 3E3 2Tt- A. 31.
A Coinploto Stock of
ruin; ri:r;. iye sh i-fs, i;vi:ks. kcots, iieri
:uKMivrs. niKAM vxnr u. son v, spicks.
'VICTOIi" IJ AKIN U I'O WUKli, UIMOAT VAUIETY" i'A'lENT .M KtIOIN KS
Wall Paper of the Newest Styles
IN GOLD, STIN. TINT. C.riFS .t RUO'.VNS. mil t! l OKI'S M'lT A HI.K
TO ANV STYI.K & OU I.ITV OV I'M'Kl!.
CUKTAINIXG OK (iHKKV. lll:o N S'O.VK A Ol'tim r i N rs & SHADES.
A1..S'), I.I'IM'VIN KIXIL'liKS. COItll & TAsSLI.S.
VOL Wlf.r, KI.VO Will IK r.F. I). MIXII') I'A I NTS VKXKl'lW R'iD, T.KD
'.kid. -i v N'lii r.i:owv. r. v vii i;r, mk. yki.i.ow ociiisk.
AM. COLOIIfi OK I.KAI) (lltOUND IN Oil,, LIKlSl I KM, I.1S.SKKD 'JIF.S, &s.
FLOWER POTS AHD HA1T3ERS 117 VARIETY.
Lamp Goods of .11 Do'sci'iptlous.
Thi y are in purnl to tiirnl.-U bII wt'.h
Handsosre 3Ba"fo2f Carriages
At lte:x-soiiablo I'riccs.
A coinprLlicriRive a.'f oi tmiiit i f nit-Ins. Susli, Fl t S riinr, Wliitewa-h IIaiU,
Clo'liff. 11. iir nii'l I'mitli Ui-urthi'S.
School Books, Slates, Pencils, Writing Paper,
Candiss, Cigars c2s Soda Watcr-
SPECIAL ATTENTION CIVEN TO THE PRESCRIP
Uive them a c.ill atiil bo conviui.'uil that their pi-ices compare favorably with
city prices in entire stock. on
To reduce Stock we offer a Larjjo
Goods at. Cost AND
Less than Cost !
We invite nil in want of floods to
CALL AND SKK US.
THIS OFFER HOLDS GOOD
For 60 Days from Date.
V I Ja r H II AT WESIV,
CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE.
Aug. 30. '. K. MII.I.IMl & CO.
Cof-L"uiiii.iu A.43d.Sl. .J
kut'ii omistuiill on baud a fiuu al"ck uf
(I.IUKSi, JKWKI.ItY, Ac.
SOLID GOLD AND SILVER KINGS
Husical Instruments, &c.
8uU Agnnt fur tlx Umqiialcil
SCII AFFIIAlStX i SPIIEKOIDAL SPECTACLES
In UuU, Hi War ailil llu.l Sleel Kr.inc.
EYE GLASSES, GOGGLES.&c
r a it n i: it s
Barometer & Thermometer.
Par.iculur Bitniinn &-imi to ftpu Ir inir . anJ
II Vurk WurauutuJ. Uu
A H ONLY!
ATariei tha Highest Medal at Vie-rna.
01)1 llroudH uy, ev ork,
Opp. Metnip'iliun Unlet.
Manufacturers, Impoiteis k Dealers in
Engravings, Ctaos and Frames,
Sn ill llM OI'F.S dc VIEWS,
ALIiniS, GEAPUOSCOPES & PIIOTOCItAPIIS,
AuU kindred yooih; Aetrt:uiu$, leiirituitd ,
V are Iloiijiiunrtora fur cr thing ia lb
T S220?Ti:Ci:S and MA3I3 LA1TTESNS
living Miiuufuctuiera of lb
i; l v e ri y Me r t'u i II con .
AU v er II si' ra s t i fu tit un t
A rtiit onl
Erarj ijt Die beat of its claaa ill ttie mmku
lltfaiililul rliiitiiKr.liio Triin&pnruucitg
Slutuarr anil KiiKraTiujE. lor Ilia m iiiduw,
Cnn re a Cllusa. Mjnufiicliirera nf VoItuI
Kr a niea fur UiuUtuiea uutl Cudtcx lilu.a
Calalniriira nf Lanturna and Slidri, with
reclmna fur usinir, sent uu applimlimi
A nj Bnli-rpi ibinji niuu can n.aU niuuej wit
a Mu:iii I.KMltru.
(Cutum Una aJ vurtinement fur reference. 1
II. WILTSE & SON,
And Manufactururt i Dtalur la
Lumber of All Descriptions
AH orileia will rec.lva pinnipl atlrnlii n.
I'arluular nUtbliuu gircu to Cualiu Work
ut-imoi. RXAniNr.RM notice.-
O The ms-linB of tbtBe-ard e Boheol K-
mlner eof Wood eoanty.O., will he held
llotvllng Orfen, fslnrrliiT. " r- 1878
' Fnd j, October ii.
P.tnrrl.r, November 9.
' !turd, Novtmher 23.
' Smrdy, December T.
Tim followln rii!s will be tlrlelly enfrerH
All emintlni will inmmsnee promptly
at II n'clnrk A. Bnrl clnBe at S T. m.
ApplicBnlB fnnst furnish themelBB Willi
psns Bnd pneilB, pef only bin furnleliBd
bv the HoBrd. , , .
In nn esse will mnf fliftwoBi monirii
eeriirleB be BTBntefl to Ike l pplleiit.
nni;n.. .ti h. rannlrsil tn furnllh cer
tiflesteB ol trend morBl chBrBtlr.
There will be no eisminstino f BpplieBBti
except si regular weliniiB nf the Board.
No cerlillonleB will hereafter be BAtedaUd Id
enver time Uniht previmiB tn eminBllii.
Certificates will not be Issued to applicant!
whose grade ia less than 70 per cent.
Br order nT Hnard.
R. M. Donnbi. l.T.l BoariT
W . H. lUsasi.l., V nf
O. II. SrsNCKit, ) Examiner;
W. 3. IIaskiii.i., Clerk
OTICE OF APPOITRIEMX.
Kifrtte of John lltidinaai deeeaseat.
The undersigned hss been appolnled antl
qnahdatl as Administrator of Ibe estate of John)
Ooodman, Isle nf Wisul entinly, deceased.
Dalcd this 10th dsy nt October, A. I). 1878.
0. K. lloi.i.aNBtxi.
i- aai v
7 y .'-
Arennw tre'r'srrdlo make tuorder
Wafrnna nn band al alltimts foraale
Carrinitrand Mijn Painting dnnri n (work'
inanllks nisnnsr. Repait work nf allbranebr'
prompllv sltondfd to. Specia latlention paid1
n Horse Slinrinir
list ftbrs xrlnsiTt R i 11 ! I of W nnd and I.nr
Cniititii's.l'oit hr K xri'lsii r Srrlnp Dract . I'a f
onted Ksbrnsrt I81I1, l8.
r?' Cfc. 63 Mad icon 8t. 15
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cammiikti mnuur faaicr at work fur us
'.linn lit any tliini; elae. C'apitiil nut rr
ijuirnl ; wa will stirt jn. 1 prrdaj
at Iioiiw tint .lo liy tlia iuiiiiairtona. tent mi
min, lrrfaii ifirla wan'ail erert hut; n
wnrk fur ut. .1u ia lh lima. (.'.l? mil If
an.l term. frre. Tnr A Co, A auaitfa. Ha.
3.fl,.y H0V7 LOST, EOW EESTC2ES.
JfaT Hrni lHIIRD--. new edllinn nf I)b Ctu
VUKWBLL'a CKLKBKATlin EaaaT in tlm Kn.lic
Cure ( wiilmul medicine ) nt flpermalnrrl a-a a
Seminal WenkmuM, lnT..l.ii.luri hen.inal L"n
e, Impiiienrr Menul ami Fli yaioul Inrapaciif
Inipeiliineniii in Mrriii)ie, eic: atmi.riiiiiin,.
' Kpili pi-v Hint Kits, induced by aelf iudul
gtiiii'e n..i mini extrHriifHiire, c.
Frii', In acalril rnvrlapri anlr rc
I'lie ceMjiaieil auilii.r. iii t h ia .itiimnlile Ka
aiir, clenrl v demonhirmea, tnun a lliiiiy yeara'
uceeliil pratitce. t!iat tlie al.iiiiiina ci-aa'
qiienrea nf ...nbni.e inny be rndica II y r nn d"
wiiln ml llie d,iii;ieroin aaa i ialernal mi dicine
or (lie application of I lie kmCe: poiming out
midu uf cum nt nam aimple, eeri in and filer'
toiil, by nieiina nf wliiub erery aiiHVrer, nn mat'
ler wli ii bia cunditinn may be, may euro Uiniaelf
eheaply. prirntely and rndieally.
Ttiin i.eelnru lihiiiiid be iaina liar da uTerer
tmiiiI, and efer r wan in Ilia bind. Sent under
ae.il. in a ularn aneelnpe, lu any addreaa, poal
puid. 1. a rernipi ill fl cla.nr two pnalajfa alamiia.
Addrena llie I'ulilialiera.
TllK Ctn.VEHWKI.L .VEDICA L CO.,
P O- " it Ann St., Saw Voh
O 4 KAK' RXPFItlFrFI-RATl.
l CAI.CI KKS WaURANTKU-DHIIB
UlSl'EXdATOUY. i'aub!iatie!a ib Fcraiiiaj
Mjera' Blnck, Monroe atreel, Toledo.
A Permauent Inati ttttlnn.
"Vi liarinir had Thimtv.
la- nil'H TKIKH' Flrim.
iyZ UNO as a THiCTICINU
r u Y 1 1 CI A N in Ihn
.lumea Valley. call.
Ilia attention of llin.u
V WT 'niereawu lu ma lacl
a yy. I n.,,1 1,-iiu. -.i.i.ii.i..
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nent cure ol all know
wbetbar of racaut oiliiln or of ton(t alnili(t In
Slrtle or Fenialu. Ilia aucceta al.iet. basal
leuiled tba practica of Ilia underaltued in Iba
treatment of diaeaaes coming under Ilia abofa
bead ia sutlloienl (tuaraulea II. al alialcyyr lia
undertnkea ka perfnrmea. and in eryry caa af
lecla a radical cure. ' Frirata rooma ara proyid
ad wbera conaullaliona can ba procuud in tba
airivla.t confileuca .
Uenaral Uttica oyer Nns. 84 and It Uimrns
street, Ural room lo Ilia left al Iba ti p of Hit
alairway. A II letiera coma Ininji a raDiiilano
orpoiaa-a stamp ruuipilv auawered.
ty"(J'Bija bonrs froau 10 lo 4 and Imoi TloJJ
Callouor aililrwoa t. . 'I V UI'AN V
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I Vf t-. : Urera' Block, tlonn
ILL X! VJatre.l. a reiular lia
1 v lfZJ2j psasalort
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