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TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R.
TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails.
it satire Bddra.
Cdstar... f IS
Milton.. it I 44
T.intofaay 4. AS
ll.akin 4 ll
1111 rVsirl l it
Hoaebtoa ....4 11
Perrtshilrg . . 4.4 f
rUtes Hiil Track. ,4
Reel Toldo t 59
Toledo ..it 'I . 00
TnWitj..i. 19 4
E4 Toledo- 11.94
Bate Aid Track.
hmii mm ll m
Tnntngaay It. 44)
TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express.
Milinn i ..
Km Toledo 414
Hates' rtidaTr'sk.S) an
Ilt.il ins ... ...... ft
11.(11 Prairie--..- 4 it
Rtaaktna .... .... 40
P.rreshnrg ... -I st
JUtes Ride Triek-.
fctst Toledo M4
Ti.l Jo T.JO
U LU. ..... 1i AO
W.tton io 17
u : i. . . t a e
Ca.ur. li 7
TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. Toledo & Deshler Accommodation.
CttalBf ..U ..I
Milton .. t ..it
T intugaar ....
U ttnhlhn .
P.rfmburf I 45
Tnmof my ....
Wftntn .. . .. ..
n m i. Trok to
FN! Toledo t 41
R M. notatcaa, Pru't, Ciaolonatl.
J. H. Wllr, An'tl4na'I.T)7iaa.
viin ii. nnrpir, A (tat, rrrrbnr(.
TOLEDO & MAUMEE NARROW GAUGE R. R.
M mill T.iUdu. 7 .11 4 rnldnJupe'(:1t a kt.
10:44 dn I dn 1 1:44 dn
di l:.1ipai dit l:0rn.
di 1:1 dn dn 4. SO dn
dn i:40 da I da 1:30 da
T..l.dn to Watervill. 8:15 1. at. 4:30 P.
C .n(k TnUdn to Watrill. 9.00 a. u.S 00 r.a
XaUrrill tn Toledo, :J0 a. . and 1:30 r.
TOLEDO & MAUMEE NARROW GAUGE R. R. SUNDAY TRAINS.
a ip i at.
Smth T.ldn,l:34 t.u
d i 1:30 p.a
dn 1:04 dn
Tnladn June a V-.10 1 V.
dn 1:30 p.m.
do !: dn
tr.i arriTinf a4 dapartUr frnia Tol.dn,
eiiin steiain wti-ntr, prnmntif .
WM. TAYLOR, President.
WM. TAYLOR, President. BOWLING GREEN & TONTOGANY R. R.
.llntOr,,t.,T..7.IJ4. a. 14 40 a S.JO p. a.
Rirlin(Or', Ar'ra.8.1 a. a. ,11. 14 4.34 r.m
Tintaar,l..7.ii II 30 a. (.14 p.
T .nl.ntT. rrlr..7 33a 11 a. ., a 4 40 r. a.
CORRECTED BY KINGSBURY & WILSON.
CORRECTED BY KINGSBURY & WILSON. PERRYSBURG O. February 21, 1879.
Whaat. tocm r.ft vSl
Vnra 9 144 ID .-lio rirnir J bl4 4463 60
4n lislld..-lM30 Ost lSdtlnc
Ilrasewt Bxr ...4r Rr 40
Krk V bbl !Clorad ba-. 13 30
Ifnaa. itttl'i Obiekaaa a) Kite
I'ntataea (new ). .4044 Torkaya V
Apela V b.-13(33a Beane, aay -4l 301
lined appl,..l4idJ3e'l.rd 3(00
B itur Ill.aite Feather. 30(ct4t
aaaa ptLtaas, aaaaa riLLiaa,
Tiran.Olnn. Botr lin(UrrD,U
PILLARS fc PILLARS,
tarWillaltsnd promptly tasllbaslDessta-
JuihJ....... 11 ..A .A. I
Iniainc eounti.a. 35lf
J II.dk P. A. it EI D
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW.
OiBaeia ll.iflf n.ii'a Bluek, Bowi.ma OaiBN,0
r. A. HEID, MOT AM B FCBLIC.
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
iF.i4it vanuue, ohio.
1ST OlfieeUp-dtaira ia room adjoining th
jobn a. sbammow. bob't a Paaasa.
gHAM.IOJI A FA RKElt,
ATTORNEYS - AT LAW,
Ofll in Hankey'a Bluck.
ajawllwg 43raaaif Wel Ceaeiailr, O.
Culleetioaa itade, and Tax Paid.
COOK dc TROUP, i aaaia cook.
I in. e. raovr
ATTORNEYS - AT LAW,
Aasel Lktaael Ageeila.
Special attentina gieea to laveatigattat
Xlllea, raraienler Teas aad Cllectiuus.
Otfiee ia Ck' Ulnek, Perryaborg. O. 30
ek U. K. lIOLLEMOei'K,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW.
OeaeralCnlleetnr aad Real Eatat Ageata.
'PllOfl. IV. DI Kit LET,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
All baaiaea tntroated him will ba faith
fully allaade u. It
J USTICE Or THE PEACE.
Ra npe'aed an Offlcenf Juatiea f Ik Peace
over lred. Teajar Store, tin Lnulaiana aa-
aue, where all buaiaeaa perUiaiac la th effloe
will he prnmptly attended In.
taTEapeial attealioa givea to CelUellea.
jr. m. 33HT.Tfi.
Civil Engineer L Surveyor,
ti.01fiea 0Tr Champaey h Shaw's
E. A. HICCINS.
1 til XlUtO, lararae. CoUoeUnj Mi Lots
-tt- VJT J4 .IN JL I
PBttaaisauHO, m m m OHIO. I
Oo-Luiaiaaa At.pu, three doer sooth
Seeaad street. I
m T -1.-. . 0 4P v a I
i 0 inVentOrS & lleCnaniCS I
PATITSaad ke Wn.blaiatb.m. Paaiph
let 40 pafsafree, epoa receipt of Umu
fer Fostsge. A.ldress
SiTilCai. SKITS k CO.,
Uolloitors u( fatenta, Una It,
XL WILTSE t SON,
P errysburgSaw Mill
Aad Maafaeturr A Dealer ia
Lumber Of All Descriptions
Farnenler iBHaBtioa givee to Caati Work
eaa ek ainaey faai.p at wnrk for a.
Ihaaalaaytbiag ela. Cspltal aol
b7 paired ( we will atari yea. Ill perday
ai boo) aad by th ladaatrioaa. Man, wo
men, bay d'airl wah'ed averywkeret a
shrti. Hew I lb lias. Cootly natl
aadtarssarra. Tata A Co, Aagaota, Ua.
.wm or any oiwra.raeuMil by
Sn ft-nTe'tltJhir, ftS"
ZZlr til V' a 1 wi
Tr "r"7"."J5 r m t)i.T eeeiMble. r
VJ-.-.l" tie 1. I.l.iirT ke, 1
auAcHf to tmaiih nl'; t-t
t iea . bbib
ft tiff AbTCnTisKiriRNTSi
double-cjlinder phonograph. Their dis
r .... 1. .... . , .... , ...
Mr. J. VicTom S-rraien will accept btir
think for ITaanibal, Mo., paper,
Several matters ara crowd' a.
thlt week from the jroliflo plow of oom.
Advarliaarl T.a.t..ra f. L
F.b. JOth . Geo. Bender, Fred'k Crook. J
I u ".. (2) Mim Louise Jolmaon, .
i Jon wantyonr baby to look bright
do not put it to sleep with laudanum whan
n- -'. By MymP.
ctnu a bottle.
Tha aanonnoemanl hi mad that the
flrat liaua of tba Drmoeratic Ltdqtr. a naw
I . .... . '
pi,per pMblfalied at Deflanca by the
MAm "?8' m" ,u PPMrenca
About llirea Inches of mow fell on
Wednedjr and Ilia eatter were iklppina
around tbWn at t llrelr rate. Tha round
lion ia too tliiii, hoTi!r, for aubitantia)
it.l..L. ,l. IK ..:. .
in our family, and can aiaert that it it til
beat rmil fr.r j.nfiU A Hnl.t .. lMi
J u"'i w. wiu ci iiiiru
aucta. rricaZo cent.
A photograph peddler, aliifhtlr tntoz
Ica'ed, created quite a aenaation on Frnnt
itreet yeaterday afternoon. II held com
mtinion with Baochua in tha cily Jug last
Tha next Social of the M. K. Cltnreh
Society will be h.i I at fia realtenco (
Mr. William Caooar, on Tueadar aven.
Uif next. A pleasant time to which
ill are Inrltcd.
lie nook dt t,jl,lep Co. ,). 1. of
thw place, give a hall at tha Tawn IlaM
t-nif lit, tha proceed to be applied to
replenish their treasury. They should be
Tha Produce Exchange of Toledo hare
resolred to confine the canal to its little
h"1 "ml P'" 'f "'"ibl tha effort being
mad to aliape up ila bed to make room fr
the iron horae.
ine rebmary term of the Wood
County Court of Common 1'leae will
convene at Bowling Orem on Monday
next, en. :wtn. The docket la an nn
tuually:large one, there belna; 300 caaea
Maater IIknby Crabb ia now delir
ering the Toledo Commrreinl to subscribe
in Ihia place and the paper ia working ita
way lo many firemdra. A hantUmiie alma.
nao was distributed gratuitously to sub
acriber tlua week.
A bite from a rattlesnake is sometime
not more dnngerous than a serer couch or
cc.ld. A well merited reiintation haa r
Hull's Cough Srrup, and (hi remedy ia
bow ly all .Iniggisla. Trie 25 cent.
The following Bnmai'aMe letters are
at the posoffioe: One addrewed Miaa Jea.
ai Tray, WaterTilV, O., lacka th neceaaary
pontage; one for Mia Maria MerrifieM,
Monroe C., Mich, (no town) and one with
out any addreaa whatever.
We nnderslaml that an extra train
will b run on tli Roarl.... r: ...-J
a-:ou, 10 connect with
train pausing north on the D. A M. to-mor-
row, fur the accommodation of teacher at
IntMt . .
Mr. Geo. LkFabbke, while engaged
in unloading railroad tieaon Wednesday,
had the middle finger or hi left hand o
badly jnmmed that it l.ccnme necessary for
Dr. r.iiKlNFRASK to amputate it at the
Mra. Sr. A. Thornton has been de-
priyed by aickties from attending to her
picture galary, but ia now conyalescent
and desires ua to state that she ia prepared
to take pictures for all who may desire to
arciire the ahadow before the an bit a..
We are in receipt of a ' colored ' tiat.
ter, from Mr. CdaO. E. Avbbill, an.
nounoing the flrit e mnty flr of Orange
county, Florida. The fair was held last
week. Rather early in the aeaion, ap
parently, for thU kind ( buineaa.
-From the full and free exnreaaion
of farmer and tax payer riven In il.ia
iaau of the Joubmal, it appear that
they don't propose to wait to be inter-
viewed; tht forbearance ha cease! rn M
virtue and Ihey ar fully prepared to
apply the gospel in the case at issue.
Th Wsus.011 Itepuhlinn give an ae.
l'd m a ball-room in that village on Mun.
day night of last week. lie had Just sealed
his partner after engaging in a walla when
he fell upon his knees and on being helped
to a seat died almost instantly. A rhvai-
ctsn pronounced it paralyaiaof the heart in
uuceu oy over exertion.
A letter from Hon. Abhes Cook.
dated at Geneva, Swilaerland. Feb. 3d
came to hand y eaten! ay. Hi direciiona
for the Journal Indicate the route to be
taken from that point. If expected lo
start for Rome en tha 4th inat. and direct
ed the paper aent lo Florence, Italy, until
the 1st of March, to Munich, Germany.
the 1st of April, and during tha
month ol May to London, England. They
have done considerable atiulvin at n..n.
but not much aight-aeeing.
The St. John's Episcopal Church, ef
South Tolodo.gava an interaatingentertain-
ment at TTninn Hall W -
eanaiatine - of muaie. vnral an1 in.im..i.i
tabUaux, refreshments, and Messn.FREitcn
Al,EW. ' Toledo, exhibiting their
wonderful discover; -the efficiency of tha
iiia eacn aoiuiion.lt eyiintler In.
''""rm magiiHime 01 tuna ten-fuia.
They .re having a machine of forty cylin
der constructed for their entertainment
here annie two or three weeks henoe, and
one ot 440 cylinder for the next Woman's
GolMff te) Toledo, Our niople are not
wal ing for the first af April ihlo year.
Messrs. Rtgra J; WxBTUBiMak hare
leased the atore at No. 3u3 Summit
street, Toledo, and expect to open up
there about the 13ch of March, They
oflerl ng 1 heir stock of goods at great
bargalna here In ortur to eloaa out and
tayetne reraoyal of aamv. Call early
'ou wlsh 10 JToed bargains.
lM.-March let, 8th and 10th.
Mr" on SlEMNaJAAm't, 3 rallea aontli on
the "Jim Smith " road, takes place on th
1st He will sell out a full outfit of farm
ImpUmenta and boaaehold furniture. He
goes to Kansas. Mr, Atxx. tstrWABT. 8
1 ilea southeast of Perryaburg, will hold
public sale en the fith ef March. Has
rented hia farm aid will sell all stock and
farm implsmenta. Micraici. CtttERMt.
X, on mile south of Roachton, wi 1 di.
of hU farm Implement, .tuck and all
hoUwho'd furniture on MJ;ch loth. He
has rei.ted hia farlu and ill tuuti to To-
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
WHO SAVED THE COUNTY $40,000?
Ed. JortawAL: Mr. Pierce may bay
done a great thing in aavlng $40,000 fof the
county, althongh I have never HBaH Kriy
one nay he did thia, except N it A. It.' and
Mr. Pierce himself.
But it will be a hard matter to (ret the
tax.payera to think ha has saved any money
for theia,eapecially when they are damaged
a great many of them fully as much aa
their tax amonnta to, which ia claimed by
the Commissioners lo ba a benefit. (
But tha farmer know how thia ia them
selves, parhapa aa well aa the Commission-
J. W. C.
LeMoyne, Feb. 19, 1879.
LeMoyne, Feb. 19, 1879. THE SENTINEL AS A VILIFIER.
Ed. Jocbnai: The moat careless ob
server must have noticed the enure of the
Stntitul all through the controversy about
tha management of our county affairs. lis
whole aim evidently has been to stiflle in
vestigation by denouncing nearly every
body who haa taken part in or encouraged
Tll Court is represented a partisan in
its selection of a committee ; Mr. Baldwim
of the Committee, aa seeking lo make po
litical capital out of the investigation, and
the Journal a clamoring for mere of th
county printing, Ac.
It ia a ahame for any paner nrofesaine In
have th fhtereal of the public in ylew, in
a.iy manner lo disconrng Investigation
which sll honest and candid neonlammai.l.
er Ivgititmate and right. Why a psper of
jts pretention should be willing hi injure
its reputation in this wav.your corresoaud-
ent cannot understand.
LeMoyne, Feb. 19, 1879. THE SENTINEL AS A VILIFIER. Feb. 18, 1879. TAX-PAYER.
ITS SLIPPERY SENIOR EDITOR.
rroR Jocrmai.: The StnHntl seems
to he lisble to achieve notoriety in a direc
lion different from the original intention
ef its slippery nior editor. His original
nlenlion seems to have been lo control, by
the use of mesne more or lesa disreputable,
the nominations of Ilia two political parties
in Hood county, and th appoinlmenla in
this Congressional district, and, to read out
of the parly any and all persona whoqnee.
tioned the wisdom of hi choice of candl
dates; objected to his dictation, or dered
to mnke, or accept an appointment not ap
proved by him. Witness hia open letters
and diatribe, addressed to persona who
either did not consult him, or did not fol
low his advice.
This confessedly no small task he
seems to have expected lo accomplish in
the use of the literary attainments of a
scullion, the manners of a clown, and the
tactics of a bully. In iustice to nin.m
merit of. tin peculiar sort it must be eon-
ceded, that so far as Wood county ia con
cerned, he ha had a fair measure of sue
He has contrived to so unite his own int
erests with the interests of those who fatten
on the public Treasury, and to so put in
fearof his power the timid and decent, that
his following ia quite respectable in iiu
Hi control of the sppointmcnls in the
iatrict, however, haa not been a markml
success, and hia open letters seem not t
have impressed the nation lo any noticeable
extent; which ia another instance of the
ngratilmle ot Kepublics.
The new departure of the Stntintl how.
ever is, that it has now become the chain
Mim m legislative enactments lor taxing
the real and nerminal property of the whole
county, for tha benefit of individuals, II
nelteves this is the true method of eqnalia
ing the luirdena of government, and th
expense 01 important improvements, and
1... 1 I - ! 1 . .
no. ....miff iKaiim m pay ior an improve
ment in one part of the county may b and
should be taxed to the whole county. The
people generally think otherwise.
From Troy Twp.—The Ditch Question.
En. J or rha 1. : The correspondent "E.
, H." in laat week's Srntineh under the
heading, " Look before vou lejip." ought
to have heeded th caution himself when
e wrote that article. For (unless his talk
is mere pretense) he evidently talk at
random and seems to know very little of
the real State of affairs. He proceeds upon
two assumptions, wholly at variance with
fact, vit ; 1st. That ail Ditch assessment
n this county are equitable and Just; and
2d, those who enjoin such assessments do
so to improve their land at the expense o'
somelmily else thus charging these parties
ilh downright dishonesty. The whole force
or "E.A.H.V remarks rests on these two as
sumptions and on a ihird one, via: That
II the Ditches are really necessary and de
manded by the msjority ot landowners
long their route; fora soon aa it is con.
ceiled that in certain caeca that Ditch ap
port ion men ts s re illegal and unjust ; that
people have a good ground of complaint
then the causes of litigation will be per
ceived at once and the blame will have to
rest where It belonged. Hence it ia neces
sary to E. A. H.'s " purpose to aaaiime
the above a facts. He enn have real tact
of a different nature, as msny aa he pleases,
if he will look them up. But these would
be foreign to his purpose and very likely
he does not cure to know them.
ME. A. H." concludes with cautioning
complaining parties against the avariee
and dishonesty of attorney!. This kind of
talk ia very stale.' It haa been repeated
very often, by men too who not only
charged that attorney would take the
money of their client and then sell them
nut; but also insinuated that all our courts
were corrupt and that the party which had
the most money to spend was sure to win,
Ac. Any or the attorney referred to hy
E. A. II." ia probably k honest as he is.
This I infer from tha nature of hia article
In last week's &111W. Whether he is pnid
for his effusion your correspondent does
H. H. S.
Troy Twp., Feb. 18, 1879.
If, aa the Sentinel intimate " the Com
miaaioners now have all they can well at
lend to," it would be fully to impose Infirm
ary matters upon them. But if they hsfe
the lime and there are persons who hay
had excellent opportunities to form correct
opinions who think they have a large por
tion of the expense of getting the Infirm
ary board together monthly, can he aaved
and if any one can point to one dollar
saved by any visit of any grand jury to
the infirmary, they would, doubtless, frai
lly a large number of taxpayers by doing so
At is not my present purpose to arraign
any one. I have not charged extravagance
or corruption, as existing anywhere. But
I haw charged, and still maintain, that our
taxes are ruinously high ; that they are
kept up to Inflation rates, while everything
els hs been adjusted to a gold standard
Now it seems lo me that there ought to be
eitus) 6c a corresponding reduction in
taxation. We mnst get down off our infla
lion stilt in nintlersof publicexpcnditures.
A moment a reflection will demons! rstethis,
We are now paying about the ssme rate
that were charged eight or ten veara ago,
when our currency waa worth about half
its ptesent value. We are, then, in fnct
paying double the taxes w did then al
though the rates remain nominally the
Now I affirm that the general public
can't stsnd this. A glance at our enormous
delinquent lists of taxes which in a ma
jority of eases could not be paid is proof ;
ami the fact that these delinquent lands
would not sell for aaaensmenta charged
against them, is cumulative proof, and an
averment upon th part of capilalint as
well, that the land would ever be redeemed
Again, the various funds are depleted by
ust the amount of these deficiencies, so
that excessive levying defeats itself, and'
produces the very condition it was invoked
I know that a large portion of our taxes
are or local origin, and it may h replied.
that if we would have lighter assessments,
w mum eiei:i neuer filacers. I hem is n..
doubt, room for improvement in that di
rection. Mill then, hard, recklesa, iiiiscrii
pulona,nnprlnclplel men, are often shrewd,
no .pi nicana 01 iricaa nnu rinas. ana oili
er means, fair or foul, succeed in getting
themselves elected to office. The Morris,
seyp, Tweeds, and Sweeney, are not all
dead, nor do they all live hi New York.
Would it not be wisdom to cut down ilie
maximum limit of the variotia board who
have the right lo mako asaeaamenta an that
the aggregate aliall not exceed the ability
of the average taxpayers, and then posi
tively prohibit the overdrawing or rnnnina
in aeoi 01 any mini without llieconeent ol
a majority of the interested voters.
Ho long as the powers to levy exceaalvel
reinaina, the temptation to use it will exist.
And so long a large amount sre Iving in
the various Treasuries the inclination in
spend, wisely or otherwise, will exist, and
th only real security for tax-payer, ia lo
demand of our legislature a thorough re
vision of our lax law, and a general cur
Lake Twp., Feb. 19, 1879.
FROM BELLVILLE RIDGE.
Dear Jocbsal: Since writing vou
last there hsa some changes taken place in
thia neighborhood. The Methodist here
determined not to be out-done hy die Uni
ted Brethren, started up a series of meet.
ings a soon as Husted cloned on the Ditch
and for the lat three weeks things hhve
been lively at the old Itelvill Ilhlge school
house; and we are happy to say llinl we
firmly believe that much good Imshocn ac
complished. A number united with the
church ; other professed a change of heart-
many old profeaaors who alept at their
pnata and had suffered the enemy te polle
rs te their line have been awakened In a
sense of their duly aa soldiers in the army
f I he Lord. Old " Halchcla " hsve been
buried, we trin-l never again lo he resurocl-
ed. Unck-elider have been reclaimed : the
liake-warni have been stirred up, and a
general good leeling prevails. The Preach
er, (Rev. Pope) who was sent to minister lo
our spiritual wants, is young in yearn a
well a In the minintrv, but a man i.f fine
education and poacaiiiir a character tin-
sullied and a heart lull of love to Uod and
man; yet when I In young man came
among ua he was received with audi "cool
neat" that I wonder that a man ol hia
seiMihilities ever again returned to this
uid of " healhaninm." Out it ia wonderful
what a change haa eoiue over the people
since the revival. Before, all (with but
few exceptions) declared that they would
not support that " stripling." I have read
an account somewhere in an old book, of
a stripling (I think hia name waa Dave)
who met iu an open field one Goliad o(
Until (t believ that waa hi name) who
stood 9 feet In hia boots, and this stripling
with an eld leather sling, (mails parhapa
out of a piece ot an eld boot leg) and a
few pebbles from the brook, pelted agains4
Ihia mighty giant whuwea held i
dread even by the General of the army of
God 1 and Ihia giant waa put lo death and
" boy en ma off victoriiiua. Even
so with our boy " prucher. He haaaluiu
the gmlll who oonlroiiUd him her, Bud
those who Were wont to recieva him so
cwwiy are now nia warmest irieno and are
ready to bold him bp alitj to dH all la thai
power lo rlcbltrsg him in his good work
" BlMi.a bl the lie that kinds." ft
Sum oh bf your tt?rrlilhalrhta (I
in 11 ws uooospeeaj seia the "Wood
chuck " failed to see his Ohadow oil the 2d
Inst. It might hva been the e down at
Millgrnv where the land Is so " low " and
wet 4 hat a Ground Hot eanhnt survive for
r on 1 not so nere wnere he can
Hud a home high and dry. Hsaw hia ah ad
ow her a ib weather haa indicated ever
since. Would it were .otherwise.
FROM BELLVILLE RIDGE. THE TAX-RIDDEN PEOPLE..
I am elad to see thai lb tax-ri lden
people ol Wood county are being wak
up on I he aubject of Ditches and Tstes
11 I high time thst the " Rir. Vsn Wink
lea" of the county should wske up and de
(end theraaelv before their homes are
taken from them. There are in this very
neighborhood honest, hardworking meu
wno are aiinering for the want ol the nec.
easariaa ol life by reason ef having; to uv
he enormous taxes imposed upon I hem.
nnu are ottering 10 sell their farms for less
bhan hsll the amount lliey could have re
nlited before the people were crushed tin
Mer I lie iron heel of excessive taxlstion
ll there any law. lo compel men to psy
l'ery dollar that they can powihly raise
tin to the Ireasnrv lopay for iiiakiiiar ditch.
! thst are of 110 benrllt lo them, and thus
leprive themselves slid families of the
lecesssriee of lif7 Certainly there is no
aw of equity that would do it. If there is
smcli a Uw on our statute the people
snouid rise en masse and petl lion our leg
isisture to repeal it at once.
There lias been sn nnumlal amount of
sii'kne here this winter, hut nothing of a
ery serious nature. C. L. Brown was
" snnstrnck " a few dsvs since; it weighed
10 nonnte and lis name la "Umega."
Re 11 be Belville dnn'l spesk to coalmen
iiiiks.. jt a "uai. tur school I pro.
greening finely. In my next I may hav
more 10 say soon l our schools.
February 19, 1879.
FROM SCOTCH RIDGE.
The Puat-flfEee unpleasantness of which
I made brief mention some time during
the fore part of the present winter, and
which has hung fire so long, has finally
exploded, hy petition of the cilixens o1
this plsce. L. L. Lmimis ha been removed
aa P. M. al Scotch Ridge and Ins successor
Robt. 8. Davidson, of the firm of W. David
son A Son, lias been installed. Robert
a pleasant, sff.ibl gentleman, and make
an efficient and obliging P. M. who fill
the most sanguine predictions or bis con.
stituency in this his new and important
relntion lo a heretofore much perplexed
public. The mode or conducting I lie post,
office heretofore has caused much diaatis
faction upon part of the citixen, oweing
to gross neglect and scurrilous language
on the part of the ex P. M.
Rev. Powell of the U. B. persuasion ia
holding a protracted effort at the Ten Mile
school house, with but limited success aa
yet, although it ia hoped that the interest
in thia regard may Increase as the need of
a reformation in thst locality has become
Petitiona seem to have occupied the at
tention of our citixena of late, which will
hereinafter be shown to be the case beyond
a doubt. A petition te the legislature to
submit to a vote of the people an amend
ment to the constitution of the slate en tire
ly prohibiting the manufacture and sale
of intoxicating drinks within the state'
containing 809 names makes a list of
names five yards and one foot in length
It is a matter of sincere congratulation on
our part lo find so large a portion of the
moat respected and intelligent or our citi
zens who were not only willing, but anxi
ous to lend the might of their individual
names to pre the prayer of the petitioners,
wiiue care was taken mat none but person
of mature years and unimpaired faculties
or mind should appear aa petitioner
The female portion of our population were
granted the opportunity of expressing
their convictions of the proper policy lo be
pursued with regard to an evil wliich of
all others most deeply concern their weal
or wue, and the readiness with which they
embraced it shows how deeply they reel its
importance. That of ilm-If should com
menced it to the most sincere consideration
of the General Assembly. Whatever may
be the action of that liody, (and I doubt
not but it will be audi as their PMriotimu
and good sense will dictate). I have no
hesitancy iu saying that Ihia portion of
their conatitueucy at least firmly believe
that this is the only solution of a vexed
question which is daily pressing itself
with greater force upon ihe luiuda or the
Still another petition iagoins the round
111 this township, which meets with univer.
snl approbation, und Msicncd al first iirht,
tun lonowing i a lac aiiuiie 01 ine pen
li. 1 11 : t - - t . . . .
non V: -
To Iht lion. Ssntm and Rrpraentativti of
me orate of Unio :
Believing that an eoual diatrihntion of
all Ihe burden of Ibe affairs of slnlv.
among nil classes of cilixens, so that each
bear their fair proportion, i the true In
tent of our Rt-jiiiblican liiHtitmions; and
believing thai the present bitrb rate of
officers snluries and cxliorbiiant prices
clmrged for public priii'ing are not in con-
loriiniy with Ihe above interests, We there
fore, the undersigned citizen and voter of
Wood county and Stale of Ohio, respect
fully mid oarnO'tly pel il inn your Honor
able bodies lo mnke such reductions of
sahiriea of all civil nffiVicr of State and
rotiiily ami so rwilucu the rite, of public
primings, will meet the general altered
value wliiuli now universally prevail
hroiighout the Male.
Respectfully, ALLSPICE. Feb. 17th, 1879.
En. Jocr.KAi. 1 There waa an interest
ing Mixeitiiiary and Sabbath School Con
vention held at the Mercer or Bethel
Chnrch, commencing on the llih and end-
ng on theereiiingot lhel2lh inst. It is re-
ported that there waa a large attendance
and the discussions and essay were of an
Interesting and Instructive character. The
following ia Ihe programme of exercises:
S. Mercer Address of welcome.
D. Hill Need of Sunday School.
W in. Mercer I'nrp.we of Sunday School
R. 8. Grove Who shall Suoerintend
A. M. Mercer-What shall wTearh(eay)
J. B. Hill I there a neceadtv for Train.
lug T odier?
A. Rortlrt Wherein do they need Train.
Ruth Miller Teacher's own work in hia
H. 8. Groves Spiritual Culture of Chil-
A. Walton What ehould eur Children
8 H. Griffin Sunday School aa a Mis
sions rv Field.
D. Hill-Division of Work.
E. T. Have Unsiuplnred Talent.
vW. II 11 i Sermon, Teat Pealma 119-9
The convention closed with a sermon by
Rev. . A. Griffin. .
It would be good thing for thia com.
munily if we had snch conventions often.
Mr. John Otterbacher, Who lately re
moved train Perryhurg 1 Ibis plica, hsa
raised hia house. Snoueaa to him.
Mrs. Jackson McCror ia lying quite ill
with the lung fever, and Mrs. Nalsou OlUr
ia very low with the typhoid favor.
Another of the pilgrim father haa gVine
to his long root. Mr. Dvid Frsnkfaiher,
a native of Coliimbiuu county, Ghioj snd
who removed lo Wood county in IS'M, died
at hia home on the ttllt imtt.. sgod 55 years
and 9 month,
aeeaaneaWAf In iaal PW4Mi'""'se J li.si.fcfti
Rellglnrla Wet Ice.-Prof. H. K. Paist.
TER, of ObkHIn College, will proeeh at
the Wafmlt Street Presb'terlan Chnrch
aa next Sabbath at the Medal hoars,
and 7:30 o'clock r.u.
olaf to) CeidmbeiBi-Thedronpey of
fine, having been purchased laat week by
Mr. Geo. Williamo, la being put In ah ape)
for thlpmoht to Colulbtlna by Mr. T. R.
OatJHOBBandMr. Walub ICsoott. Mr.
Oblikobr has been engaged to tka fult
charge of the mechanical department ot
the new paper to be Issued by Mr. Wil.
Liami atColtimhu, ealled JU 7rr,w
titr, and tikes Mr. RacoTT alonjr aa first
ulitant, The material will be 'hipped
to morrow, or Monday. ' Wo wiata at)
GnlflgWMt. The Western fever -em.
to be allgkMy contagiosa here Just now.
Mr. Capt, M. Bftowit, accompanied by
bli stater, Mra. L. C. Wu.eo, atart d
Wednesday for Wlohlta, Kanaat, where
Mrt. W. will rej ln her husband, now fn
buslnesa there. They wero accompanied
by Mr. Jos 1 pic I.isdsat, whose destina
tion I Leadvllle, Colorado. Mr. Ilmay
A.Rosa and Mr.JAB.Tia E.8haw expi.ni
to start next Wednesday on a prospect
ing tour through Kansae, and think they
will go at far as Colorado before their re
turnIf they declda to return.
visiting friends In Detroit.
Mn rss. Oaswar, of the Bowling Green
Dmeersf offlcs, was ottr to see tb bo;s last
A will be seea by enmanniestinn lswkr
Dr. A. A. Allbm hs dseiued lo remove In St.
John', Clinton enn my, Mich. Tkey start o
sorrow. W regret to lose this fatally from
Mr. W.J.Tatwb has aeespled tha agency
forth Mlswsrt Sewing Maehlne.with territory
satendlng oyer Hsnenek, Henry and Williams
enemies, with headquarters st Findlsy. Be
removed bis fsuilly tothsteily 0 Wednesday.
Mr. F. J. Oslikssb, of lh Bn editorial staff.
Is on a slierl vacation in Cincinnati, and is i
ptctsd In retnro this evening with hisdanghtor,
Mias rTiTTtt, who has bad a protracted visl,
with relative, in Covington sad Nswpart.
By aa understanding with " Jobx." new ef
Columbus. nor resders may eipeet In hssr from
him and that locality men. tier is kis 'linspit.
at ' invitation fee as whes ws visit thai sity 1
" When yon have occasion to be sent to lh
P.nllentiary or Senate, op al ii North High,
and gat sam hssh n my lingering aeenant.'
Il is over lh hill to lh poor heute " (T) Ibe
mad w ar traveling, air.
CASSADT At her resiesne an lh fits.
Monday morning. February 17th, 1M79. of old
sg and heart diaeaae, Mr. AbnCassadt,
sged 81 year snd 1 day.
Th deosased we a nstlvs of Intend, but
bss been a resident of the Msumee Valley for
forty-lire year. 8I1 wa a aiater of Mrs. M.
F. IlASLtr and Mr. NicaoLA Colli, of this
Death ot Mra. Iluckhearet. Mra. Jo-
AHKAn BUCKIBAB, Wife of Mr. HBNBT
Dt-oinaABHT, was suddenly stricken with heart
diseese about nine o'clock 00 Friday night last,
just aftsr retiring, aad before liar sob coald get
down town snd return with a Dbrsieisa aha
wss a corpse. It ws lh first symptom bst
sbs hsd sver experienced with this disease.
Th deceased ws bora In Woolasteck, Ger
many, ia 1818, and earn to Perrysbnrg In
IMS 1 wss married to Mr. Hbnbt Bucibbasst
in 18f 7, snd thsy have been residents af this
pises since. She lesves a busbsnd and six child-
res In mourn tbs loss of a wife and mother.
The fuoersl services took pise al lb St. Una
de Lima Church, Father Gaaita officiating, al
Z o clock r. n. Sunday, and wa vary laiaelv
BLOOM FIELD. At hi reaidene in Perry.
oil re, Hstnrdsy sveinng January 8th, 1874,
Andbbw nLOOMFIBkB, aged 83 years.
Th deceased ws born in Bloomfisld town
ship, Crswford county, P,nn. in Jsauary,
1818, the township being named after his fath
er. The family, consisting of fslher. mother
snd eight children, removed from their home
n Penni to Perryaborg la Ihe spring of 18JJ.
where th deceased hat resided up to Ike tint
of hi desth.
Mr. Bi.oouni.D ws united in msrilsge
ilh Mias Lacba Ann Nobtom. January 11.
1841, Ihs aniun being blessed with eight child
ren, Ave of whom, three dsaghter and two
eons, survive their parents.
The deressed in all his ynnn gsr year was
ver jovial and foremost In society in all ob-
cttnf beoevolenceand eharily, always resdy
na Willing In lend a heliiinc hand, and ia
indly remembered by all of nnr older eiti-
Worth Twice the Sum.
Ws art juat ia receipt of Tna CniCAflO Lso
as, the leading Family Paper of ihe Weal
whioh i now entering upon it eevenlh Volume
Toe l.tDoxa la a large forty eight eolumn
weekly .aer, printed upon bold, plain lype,
which ean be road with ease, by either the old
nrvoung, and ia HI led with ehoie itnrie and
matter of particular inlereat lo every household.
Thisexoellenl j.iurnal is supplied In subscribers,
poat-paid, for the extremely lew price of nsa
bollab aan rtrry oshts per year. Ia orler to
m.irerapi.lly Inereas ita large Hat of reader,
publishers hav juslmd new contract
for the manufacture nf aereral thnnaand- floe
Nickal Plate I Bngliah Steel Rarrel and-Cylin-dr
Seven Shot Revolvers-21 caliber which
they propose to dialnbute among lhir subscri
bers al ensl, and, Iherelnra, off ir one nf these
elegant weapons nf ilnfcnae snd TBsf.sn.sa
rear for Taaaa OoLLaaa. Th revolver
be aenl h mill, po.i-ptid, nq receipt of
Ihe prise. Thev hare alrvadydialribnted 0.404
revolvers, and are mailing hundred daily.
Sow ia vowr lime In gel a flral-alaa revolver
and lint beat paper !n Ihe eon o try for less than
half ihs selnal w.irih nf either. Three sampla
eopiesof TaiLsmiBa will Ii sent la env ad
drees for fs want. Address, Tna LaBeae,
Store room for rent. J. O. TotJP.
Por Sale ur Kent A amall fram
house on Indiana Ave. Terms reeao nable
Enquire of H. A. Rosa.
A good house and lot. Insured for
1,000, for sale or Irsde. Will take a good
team in part pay. Inquire of ClLGRKtM
BR, Perrysburg, O. JJm
Fnr Sale. 30 or 40 screw of land $3500
down, balane on 5 veara' lime. Will take
good team, or good paper, on first payment.
32if W, J. Scitl.gCT.
Knrnpena Hotel. When In Toledo
don't (ail toeall al Vast Bursw'I Europe
an Hotel; 73 Monroe Street, (or a square
meal. Iiunly eosta a Quarter of a Dollar,
Try il and ase for yourself. 43tf.
Until further notice I wi 1 1 buy Whit
Burr Oak Pile 29, 30 and 39 feet long
Piles must not be le4 than 14 inch4 4t
the butt, 12 i no lie in eentre and t inch
top and. To be delivered oH the doe
Porrysburgi for Which I will psy cash,
9tf OBORoa Ilorracit.
tif Up or Settle
Thededeaae of Mr.P.CeUVKXBnow ran.
dera It loluuly neOoMary that the Battle
meat ot all claims for aadf against the
above arm shttd Id be made, and we take
thia means of informing parvios inlaroetad.
thai it is desired that pdy, amicable tel.
llsmoni oa maue oy tiiem. also a recoursa
legal process of seltlomaiit will be had
a'Wi Ui(m.uii. rr
I eeps teestaatly ea ks ad a I ae rtoek ef
CtOCU, JEWEI.rtT, Ae.
SOLID GOLD AH D 8ILTER K I If 08
Sole Agtslfer the Ca,nald
3CHAFFHALSEN 1 SPHKSOIDAL SPECTACLES
la 0ild. Silver aad Vl Hll Prsmes.
EYE GLASSES, GOGGLES, &c
r AitM ett't
Barometer k Thermometer.
Tsr.ienlsr sitentb.n (Wan In R.pslrlsg.snd
sll VT .rk Warranted. 41t
OFFICE OF THE
Si him St., TOLEDO, 0
II Is witb pleaonro that f tail yoar stlen
Uee to ike -
New Howe SewingMacHne
Which la aaw ofered to Ike trad.
Tha world-wide repaietioa so long snd nobly
suslslnsd by "Th Howe" for "besnty ssd
perfection of ennstroetion," will be most felly
saalalned by th New Maohlne.
Tba following a re a few f lb moat promi
1st. lb most par feet feed ever introduced
on any sewing machine.
Id. An Improved preaaer fool,
Id. Large, simple and perfeellv einitrvated
4ih. A perfect shuttle carrier.
4lh. Ualsnrs wheel uo end nf shsft.
4th. Cosnponsnilag Jnaraal fr driving
7th. romaenantlne silBiss.
lh. The most per'atM treadle rnrherever
maae. lis siljnaiment is eomplete, keaesvery
liglil snd ,xiel rnnning.
Is Urge snd rnnmv. la short a Btnal boauii
folojid perfect sewing maehino,
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.
St MN4llei St.,
respli ara getting aeejaalaled-ead Umae wk.
are not oaujht to be wllb Ike woaderfal saerlM
Saat treat America Remedy, th
TOH HAV AHS B1AST.
This llntmea.1 very naturally ortctnated la Amertt
oa, where Nature provldea In ber laboratory meN
sorprlstng antidotal for the maladlee of ber call,
drea. IM fame haa been spreading roe yeara,
mtU now It enclrclee the kabltable globe.
The Kealean Mustang Unlment la s motehleee
mmedy foralleztcrnai allmanti of man ana beset.
To stock ewnem and farmer It It lovalaaulr.
A slnto bottle often save a human life or re
stores the aasrutness of aa ezeeuent bores, oa,
sow, or sheep.
II cures foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow Horn, Bran,
screw-worm, shoulder-rot, man, the bit a a
allngt ot polaonoua reptllee and IneeeU, aad every
such drawback to stock breeding end bosh Ufa.
It aorta ovary external tronble of borate, anon
aelamaneaa, srrstchss, swlany, sprains, feeistdev,
wind ami 1, rlnx-bone, eta. eta.
The Kailcna Htulan Unlmavit I the gulekoet
sore In the world for accidents eeurrUg M the
family. In the abaene of a iihyslelaat seA se
berna, aeaida, apralRa, euia, etc., aa fer rhatt fea
tures, aad atlffaees eagendered by esposare. r.
tMalarly Taluabl to Jalnere.
It Is tboehmpait remedy to the world, far M
penetrates the muaele to tha ban a, and a slaole
appllestlott le ginsrstly saiileteat to ann.
Meaieaa Muatong l.lnlmeat la pat ap to three
ataeaef bottles, Ihe tarr ones belag reoeontoov
eAely much the eheapaat. Bold l') abti.
F. R. MILLER S
Continental, of Naw York.
Hartford, of Hartford.
Home, of Columbus, O.
imperial, of London Inc.
W.H. H0LLE1TOECX A BSO.
Are ne prepared to make loordsf
Wsgnaa ea haad in?il!$ttulJ!i! ' .
promptly etuedtdte. Mpealalaitenliek ptl
to Hurts Shoeing.
rtavetlieeiclii,i ve Rigl'lof Woodoudt-aeaa
fjountie,fnhKsslsitrHuris Iliac, fal
Srivobt. ttx.rflikiis itoTtcw.-.
Tkeateeileas f Ike f
smlaersef tVeed ukai,f., will be kotd at
Bowling Ortee, fl.terdsy, fob, IM, ltTt.
Tkr.tnIH f?e wills 4lret)yefe4.
Allaaamiasili.b tl Ootamsae prempttf
at t o'clock a . al . 4 fid close it I p. a.
Applicant athel faroisb Ikraasalvea wMh
pens snd penel la, pper 6lg btlsg far a lab 4 '
by Ibe Board.
Inneesee will Mtfl Ihlk two ( 4ewlbd
a rti4estesb grsktsd tb tk ssfct ppH4.
Appiiesnts will ba retfulfsd to farskekj eef
Ii4e.tr af geed moral ehsfketef .
There will he a etamlhatfoa f ppl!4aat4
esrepl st regular meetiaga aflka fteerd.
No eertiOcate will hereafter be asledeted 4
onver time laefht pravion te edsaiiaaftoa.
Certiflrstes will ant be Issasd teepklUsBl
wkose grsdels lee thsa 71 per eal.
Bf order of Board,
R. M.Donai.l.r, Boa4
. H. H.ssatl.V of
O. . BrsnoBa, ) EisarlWli
W.8. hTtsist.i., Clerk
ART partem wiebing to parekaae gend
farms, either Improved or saimproVed, Ii
well seltlsd portions al Ksnssa, ee eblatai
them by (ailing a na. DslfterOveJ leodd
from 1 1 .44 to 14.44 per a eve, according to toea'
Ilea, aad Improved firm from 7.44 to $M.ld
per aore.attordlng to Imprnyemeato.
r. at i. a, iiouta
Psrrytbnrg. 0., 01. 1Mb, 1171.
mmm illusteatid wmt
FOR CirtLO AMD DOYdi
Ail Heal CHlilreii's Haprisi
Messrs. Scbtbksb A Co., in 14" J, brass Ike
publication of J. Atetidne, aa Illneirated Mega,
sice for Girls snd Boys, with Mra. Mary Mspae
lodgo ss nil tor. Fit year have Bested siae
the first number woo issued, and lite sagsaie
has won lh highest pustiioa. ll bss a ssoalfcp
otrr o,ooo conr.t.
Il Is pablished aimultaaenasly ia Loadmk iki
New York, aad Ihe transatlantic recognition la
almost na general snd hearty as Iho Asterieeo.
Alihaiigk iho progress of the msg sine k a
beeu a sirsdy sdrsnae, it ks aol r.sched lis
editor's idess of best, beceuse krr ideal eon I in.
oeily oattans It, snd lbs megasiaa aa awMtlg
follows after. To-day Jl ,VVr44a) saada
AL05X IS THS WORLD 07 SOOZf
Th Kw Tork TVa ks aeid r It :
JViaAefne ba reached a higher platform, aoe)
enmmand for il service wider refaateeaia v4
and lettera tbao any of ila predecessors a anew
temporal les." Tko Lnadon Xtfarary aTeviat
ssysl "There is aa msgastna for Iba yauf
Ibal esa ba said to eaual thia sheiee prodaeliasl
of acribasr's press.
Cood Things for 1878-9
rhssrrsngemsnts fnr lltersrr end srtaoafri
batiooo fnr Ib new volume the siaib are earn'
plele, drawing from already favorite areea.
s well aa from premising new twao. Mr,
Fraak R. SlnckHnVo usw serial story for bj,r
A JOLLY FELLOWSHIP, .
Will run through the twelve monthly pert. ,
beginning witb ihe number for November, ltTB,
tba first of the volume, and will bo illusirsiodl
by James E. Kslly. The story is one ef Irstef
end sdrcoiurs ia Florida and tba Bahstbs.
For Iho gisto, a enntfnnsd Isis,
HALF A DOZEN HOUSEKEEPERf i
By Katharine D. Smith, with lllMatraliaae Vy
F redsriek If elmaa, begioo ia the tint aambor
aad a freeh serial by Buaaa Cnoiidge, aellilae)
'fiyabrighl," wilb plenty ot ptctnrta. will b4
commenced early in tb volume. There will
alee be etvatinued fairy-tale cslitd
BUJIPTT DCGIT'4 TOWER,"
Wrliteohy Jolise Hawthorne, I Mu, I rated be
Alfred Ffodsrisks. About lh el ber familiar
feature of 41. NiJtoln, tha editor brooorea
g nod-homo red silence, contempt, nerhapa, a
let her flv volume already iaeued prHpbeay
onocerning lh atzth, in respect to hart
pictures, poems, humor, itistraeiiv ketko,
aad Iho lure sad lore o( Jeck-ia-ll.e-ralpit "
Iho Very Little Folko" depetlment. and the
" Utter-bo." and "RldHle-b.."
Terme, 1 40 a year j IS rente a Unmoor.
Subscriplloas received by the I'abliabor o4
this psper, and by all oWkeellrra end FVoW
msslers. rerson wishinr In subsrrib direst
with ihs publishers should write nsmo, Post
office, County, snd Slats, ia full, snd send with
remiilsace ia check, P.O. money erder, ar rege
islcrtd letlef to
713 Broadway, If air Tarl.
a wssk ia your ewa tna a. ti
Outlt free. Rn risk. Seeder, in
yob want a business st which persons of either"
sex esa make greet psy all lh lima 141
Work, writa fnr aartiealnr to . Rati are A
Co., Portland, lislus.
CAN 6 CURD flVj
It baa Mood the test for yean
based en ita Intrinsic meiita, aad
early every rommnnlty yesgeeaea
some living evidence at Its pain-tltt
stroying and enratife properties.
Eminent and Skillful PhfsicUm
u. the Curative largely In then practice, end
prominent vlcrgymea and editors recommend nt
from a knowledge of iu enccta. Had we space wa
cool give hundred ef CertiScStaa from partiea Weft
known la ihit cemmiuiiiy : but we beg to refer te
ear pampbkt, wht. b it to be hsd ef Urasgkta, ae
Hlbeiitritktmail..aapplH.-ation. All tat eertaV
tStet srs enllrcly volanisr.and emanate from pa,
son of etsAdlni ff.l trrpenaWilliy, and who meg
bs Oomdtuoicatcd with ry letter, or ia
Xtlienmailani and IfearallaB,
jtead ihe followlnc icariiaoaial from watl-kneeaa
cititcat of Cleveland :
C.I nrti.tn, 0.( Jutf 4; llfj.
LaweoN Ciiatiicai. Co, :
iieNrs: I h..ve h,en laid np with Rhenmattava
three long stonths, to I cetild hot walk : have triad
all meritune. .nil llointrett which I e..el krar af,
hoi no cur. until I uxd I.AM'.V)N"i CUslATlVK,
which I ce feeSmkieiid to aaaVrava Im Kheveaa.
Ii.m. tot ii cured m. ia three day. ae Ibal t could
attend tO my ktinociOl;
I kae Wiitim tlie aheve fee ihe bra.lt ef Ikaag
that eugcr with that niar.M.
S. M. HOWS, ei Omario tweet.
(from Crerge -kr.try.th. Peaillat Hair
('l avai.AMO. n Korea, Ua. a, atM-
Lawkov CttawtL-AL Comvanv ;
ror evar a rrar I waa a great ttiRrrer bom Nse
BAUilA in my hcatl ; tried lmwA every remedy
I hat I ceitlri heal ef I wat told by sep. iiiaqi that I
e.lSt to try a cNan of clinutc. A UHty eacam
ntctoied lwkoo' Curative. 1 procured a-katile.
and am plf Ml to sy thai the interne pain wea
rmeVr'l .ilrocNi in.t.aily. Hve turd four item.
toStidtr lh dtvaae entirely cured.
Very truly yonra.
UtO. B. SCHOl.tY
Pleurisy, Sore Tnreat
Swetlen Jolnta, Dytpepaia,
Lama Bank, 8 pre na,
AH yield w the ategtt lafciact af tba Curafv.e)
mattte of kow Isag stsadlag. It b aecaeauy
to aaa at mbAfbBy asat ssnt 'iiisgly. aecerdiaaj wt
Ike rel dbeelrOad wtntA arrnaajtag ansk head,
aad yea will surely ha tall ai Sd.
1 ffemllxg amal fwertlat; WeMtstOm,
aarva. Bans, a teal IMaaeato.
try rl aed rail Will a4eer he ewikewA fei
fried pt.Ow rt iWtlrt 4 sWtteta te tit,
L&tnsn CnamUAl Cx, CWaid.
old kf alt BraegiOa.
Large 50'e a.t lso Mntt arairlr
lkir tiBkiee aa mtteti far 91,