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Kttrol nt it lit l'(wt OAlm at AlitMhulf. Ht fM'vitifl ('Ihm Mutter,
I AM KM iti;i:i A HON, PulillMliorA.
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inii;i'i;mj;nt in aix things.
I'ltlCK, $ii IN AIVANC'K.
Vol. xxxr, No. :io.
ASHTAHULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 2.T 18H0.
Whole Ncjmheb 1501.
T-IOH."N. iflOOTll CH-rul'YM'iilf'r In
)ry tiiMKlw, UriMwrlt'H, Ororkpry iiihI UIiihm
wiire, litKiiH and Hlioen. Ken-ly-Mado Cloth
I UK llntM ami t'ftpit, Tohac.-oit Hlitl CIicrm,
i.tnl everything n mmlly immmU to 'itt or
weiir. North Milln slrml, AnhUihula.
TOiTIRKft At HOCH WKI.IM (A. V. Toiiiht'k
mini I,, K. HtM'kwcll,) Wholowiiltt mtil Ktv
lull UeuU'rn in Uracrl'n mid I'mvlnlon.
KrllttH tunl (train ; Apt-ntH Tor AmtrtiHii ium)
Union KxprcHH CoiiipiMiipat hihI Cleveli.ntj
IKrul.t, Main Nlrettt, Asotnhuit., O. i m
A. M . A K.wTaa VAUK, PphIoTm thVlltoYrr
I'liinilyditM'crleHiitHl Provision.; mIho, miri'
Coiifot;tlr,ii(i', and, the fluent brand of Ti
hucco and (.'Itcur. l-til
H, It. tvikXltNt, ProdtnrH uitd CoimnlMKloit
Murclmnt for the pmvhiwt and milt) of W'rnt
crii Ut-MTve Hill let', ht't'Ht'Hiul lJiiu.1 KrultH.
Miilli MtiW, AkIiUIhiIh, Ohio. Mil
J. fl. Ftl I KNIlt A SON, liculiTr. In
i .roOfi tu4, i'l-iivktlonx, Klour, K-1, KorrJ;n
,tnl IhtiiM'Ntle Km I In, Halt, KIhIi, fluster,
Wuter-Llint!, BoiMh, At, Main utreet, Ash
tulnitii, Ohio. 1
WrKKIIIIKAD, IVnlnr In Flo'iir," Iu k
Hhiiih, ltml.ttml nil kin. If of Ktli ; rIko nil
klndH ol Kuinily tJnwerifti, Krnlla Mini ( on
ItTtloncry, Ale mid l-oiiH'Mlk- WIiick. liil
nriTnOHHINONiii'aii! :'ln "lry UikkIb.
Uroorrh'H, liootf and Hhotw, Hut, CiipH,
Kurd ware, Crookerv, ItookH, rnlnU, ( ill.
Ac., Alit4iul.., Ohio. 1"1
ApotliM-iiry, nmt .imral I loul or lit DntuH,
Mfillt'lneH, Which and I.Iiiuoih Tor lut'iUcul
pnrpoHiH, Ktiiiry and Toilet .ioods Main
atruot, cornt-r of Centru, Awhtabnla, O.
(1'I.LRVltl iNl F'(l CO.i Miinufiieturtirn
of-l.ith, Hiding, MouldlDKM, CIieeno lloxes,
Ac, I'Junlnir, Miitchintr, and Srmwl Hnwlnp
va done on short notice. Mhop on Main street,
oppowlt. South I'urk, AKhtalnila, Olilo.
ATTlJK N E YS AND A N Tb7
C, n. H ITK, Attorney and ('ouiinlfir at
liiw and Notary Public, Axhtabula Har
bor over pout otllee. Kii-H
Hfildlcru, Attention! All clahiiN for pen
iontiand additional bounty nuitft be filed
V. K. PITTIHONI, Attorney and Coun
ellor at Law, and Notary Public, oppoHlr
Kink Hoime, AHhtHhula. 57a,
M. W. CALVIN. Attorney oniPCoun
Helnr nt Law, and Notarle 1'ubllu. Wll
Wl. ill. KAIfli:t Jll., AUornry end
i;uiiHellor at Law, and Notary Public, of
IUe with Hall Hru'H, AKhuibula, O. Hint
JOHN T.iT It ON 7a1 tornfoni mlCu iii
nellor at Law, and Notary Public. Oftlce In
AKhtubula Loan Association bulldltiK-
t OAULKS BOOUlAtloriiey and Coun-lii-at
Iaw, Awhtabula, OlifcK lu5
JK. H Tl Ji'o NAKD, A lU i r i-y a t Ijiw, Jt-lfcr-4iii,tjju,
Ofllcejnjhe inalh niK-k Ji:f(tt
J '.. i II I'KHA II A '0.t jiealeT'i Til
llardwartt, lin,Mtel and NHllM.Htoven.Tln
Piute, .S4ieet Iron, (.'oppor unil iiie.uiid Man
iliiii'lui ernot 'in,slu'i'i lruiiaiuU:opperwai'o,
Yluk iilo-k, AHlitttbula, Ohio. ttw-i
-r- if I U n PH it fc. V ,Vk ntaltTH"!-Tr,
AMUUtljM,). itesltleuce uu Lake Hboro
U. 'tE,' MOHK, Kelwitlc Phyalclan, of
lice ajul rkilhvv Mtory Mr. Prowser'n
Itrlck Hl.(k. pronrji'tor of Therapeutic
Jtath. OtTUvB (jOAijVl!f m. Out buNl
Tte. Itil tsUooiiyi. l,w-tf
KING. Pbyrtouu iuia Munceou;
'iii, ivr uee s iioett . i havo a 1:0111
wit ot lr. Hiwineiil'M Knmli.ern. with
XJu? yiJve rlKht of Anhtabuia county,
'iittieiiiu. ttft ruHptictiuliy JuviiU Uiuill
Od eJtajiiiw tlMiwtrunielitK. Olllee hourw
ttmu iu. la 1 p. Ken I den ce soutli ot
lVtM-'a cb,Mr5JU. 142lt
IIOEhi IMON UOItMS'0MMunTr.
oi Mto4jK, ju and CoIuiuiih, Window
t-4wi HUl, Hilt (hhMiik. K.ttlen,Hlnkn,
iMtvMt4tui i')iMtil Foundry, Ajthta-
cabinet' yy H UK.
Hi M ( UO, MiwurtL'jer)')!) D'Hl
i KrltU4 e of Ui).Ht acm'i'lntloim.atu
e'fy Miy;' uIku, Ueu,urai Uudorum
1.11U MaiwUv (JJer of Cuillnn order; .Via In
rnut, north oM?uHi Public Hquare, Anli-
AWthBti-K A. HA HA 19 wjll Up alt kinds of
KeuairijjK vJ Yl'ub-JiuM, CIihUu and Jewelry,
si l-a Hu.ii Htrem. lu room ultli C'urlisle A
ih.O. . IMVKINiiuN. JftWCli-r; Ufimir
jhK ul all klnda uT Wwulwi. Clucks und
Jtwflry; .store lu Aslilubulu Jiuuse llluck,
nUKICtXBK & noOIIK, Photograph
er. mid (fl(irs lit Picture, KiifriivliiKH,
C'liroinos, hlivlli n urge supply ot
MollldliiKH ot yruM ileseriplions.are pre
iired to lriuueuu-J.l4jui( n the I'luiure line
jit sUort luttlce nod In ,tu liusl- style.
youo ic. UMTUI.il, Miuiuriicturers
iutl HeHlerH lu Sttddlus, llrldles, Collurs,
Trunks, Whips, dte... opposiu Flsk House,
Ashlubulii, Ohio. iuio
-Jl'STICK OF THE l'EAL'E.
rn.l U. HKATH. Justice of the l'ece.
Ulllceover Ajtlifjibulu UUire. Ashtabula.
BIVIU SLOAN, Civil KiiKlnuer slid Hut
yyur, Arehlteeturul aud fehanlail
J)rMi;htKmuii. Ulllee In i'leree uutl lted
Block. Aslitahula, lhlo. UW
.DTtirii Khtjr.V, l. n. S., Newber
ry'. UliwJc, 4jr, JMuln and Centre Hts.
Kntrunu. on Centra HUtuttt, Olnce hours, 0
o ls,u. m. lUDy. id.
rlr s P. :
(LL, DoniT.(T Aslifubula
rice t entre street, iititween
Wwf Ohio. OlMee
Mio and Park.
9, V. UWO Wholesale and IleutU Ienler
lit all kljubt uf Coal, and l.untber. Hewer
- I'tpe of all sizes, oftlce and yard at Center
treet rntlroad. eissilitf, Ashtabula. Hull's
shingles aspeclalty. 1'lne luinl.er. shingles,
iath, of ult kiuds. In uny quautlty, at the
lowest prlees, and delivered oncarsorany
wkrre In Ashtabula. Orders left at the
mute of J. B.. Crosby A Hous, will receive
,r.wtpt attentlolt: 15'At
J. I)Irt."Biri(TH, Aacnt for the Liverpool,
Iond A tllobe ItiKUranee(7i, Cash Assets
over 'J.uiW.IMU Quid. In the V. H. 1,ttil,nl.
HUH' jolders also perstinally liable 1 12ia
WM.SHIITIli flupoFter of Seo'teh Polished
Irunlte MonuinentH, and Manufacturer of
American Orunlte. Harbleaud Stone Work.
All work Finished In the Best Manner.
tlUVoand Works near L. fci, k MM. Ift'pot,
AslKaliula, Ohio. 1IM
ITI'KKNHOIV KVANS, ninihl nlsu' and
steam niter.. Farmers and MID Machinery
Repaired, and every description of pipe tlt
tltiK done Ui order at reasouaule prices.
Hhop at the Harbor. Wltf
m.H.-YOi;N8TOWRf Bit A N II
rroi. und aflor Dec. 14th, ItTS, Passen
.r Trains will run as follows.
r H F u
i 47 am
I (A VI
1 M 1 OH I
i UTi 1 17
a ii Tii
t n M
S 24 8 IM
I ii 8 -a
t 48 M
i r,2 t io
4 As 9 lit
J ID IV IW
M A si
DoiikIiUiii i, ..
Gravel Pit -
JW. W'nisf Id..
I Ashutbula ....
l'ltUtbuult ... .
I TalstfrapU Htatluita,
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y
CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 10th, 1880.
doing H.inlh. OoIiik North,
Ks. Ac'in Htntlons. fcx. lAc'in
I.. H. A M.H.CrosslliK
... . AshtHblila
... Muiixon Hill ...
. .. AilHllubilrglt
Kock l'rH.k. . . .
... . Hlootiillrld
A. A U. W. It. U. Cr.
Hrlcr Hill . ..
.... Isiitrie Fiii-ntice.. .
K 8 V
1 . .
-I in .
I m .
14 4 .
12 -HI .
t S 201
11 II I
'i M i
p in i
All trains dally except MiiihIiivh
F. II. MVF.KH.
4en Pass, and Ticket Agent.
& MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
Mich. Kxpress leaves Itullalu at 8.20 p. m.
Rrle 11: a. m.. Coniieuut l '::ll a. in.. AkIiIh-
bula 12:17 a. m., Oeneva a. in., Palnes-
vtue r.i a. 111.. Cleveland 2:.rtin. 111.
H)eclal ChlciiKo Kxpress leaves llntlalo at
I2:.'l.i a. m., F.rlc K: 10 a. m., Ashtabula 4:'i0,
Palncsvllle 5:.'I4, and arrives at Cleveland at
ti::tt a. .
(.'oiincnut Accoinniod;vllou It-uvcs Ciuneiuit
lit link. i. . m Alllboy 11:11, K Inusvll Ic 11:21, Ash
tabula ll::W, Nftylirook 11:411, OtMit-vaOi.VI, Palues
vl He 7:2.ri. and arrives at Cleveland 8:40 a. m.
Toledo Kxpress leaves UullUloat ll:la. m.,
r.rie io:im. voilllcailt lii:.x, K111KHV1IIC 11:11
Ashutbula 11:2:4 Huybrook 11:8:1 Ueneva
ll:l:t, a. lu., l'alncsvllle 12:18, and arrives
at Cleveland at 1:2. v. m
Hpeclal Ht. Louis Kxpress leaves Bullitlo
viua. ni., rrie ni:&7, Ashiabuia 12:112 p. tu.,
Palncsvllle 12:1.'!, aud an Ives at Cleveland
1:40. p. 111.
Fat. Mall leaves Hullxlo at D:iS a. m.,
Krle 11:81 a. in., Conneaut 12:1 p. in., Ashtii
bills l:ll p, 111., Oeneva 12:11 p. lu., Pnllies
vllle 1.-H8 p. 111., Cleveland !:&) p. in.
Krle3:.'2, Ashuibula 5:12, Paliiesvllle I
arrives at Cleveland tit 7:lt p. 111.
i:ui . and
Limited Kxpress leaves Cleveland 4:0n a.
in., Palncsvllle 2:47 a. 111 . Oeue'va :1:I8 a.
til., Haybrook 8:i0 a. m., Ashtabula 8:28 a m.,
Conneatll .'1:50 a. m., Krle 4:40 a. m., and ar
rives at llull.tlo at 7:25 a. in.
A tlautlc Kxjiress leaves Cleveland 7:80 a. 111.,
PiilnesvllleH:20, Ashtabula OMfi, C'onueaut tf:28,
Krle 10:20, aud arrives at Bullalo at 1:10 p. 111.
Toledo mid Llull'iilu AceoiniiitKliitbMi leaves
Cleveland at ll:ITi a. 111.. Paliiesvllle I2::t, Oe
neva 1:11 p. lit., Kaybrook 1:21'. Ashtabula 1::I2,
Kliiffsvlllu 1:4.), Ainboy . cjiuieuut 2:02,
Krle :1:I0, Itu Itn 1 11 7:isi p. nt.
Chicago anil Ht. Louis Kx'pi ess leaves Cleve
land at2:-& 11. lit., Pnltiesvllic 8:41, AshUibulii
1:2:1, Krle 5::)0, and arrives at Bulliilu ats:l
Conneaut. A ccomniodntlnii leaves Cleveland
at h-VI i. 111., Pii!iicsvillcii:im,(!ciicvit ll:l."i,Kay.
Iirisik i:.Vi, Ash lube In 7:01, Kini;HVIle7:l.'i, Ain
boy 7:24, and arrives at Coiineaiit at 7:Hi p. 111.
Hieciitl New York Kxpress leaves Clevelaml
at 10:8.1p. ill., Paliiesvllle 11:21, AshUtbubl 12:07
a. in., Krle 1:20 aud arrives at Unlliilo at :l:r5 a.
.vTralns run by Columbus tune.
L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION
Frum and after DtH). 14th, 1870, l'tisseniler
Trains will run as follows:
I 57 4 20
I 49 4 00
1 44 8 17
I 88 8 Si
1 28 2 117
I 18 I 50
j 07 1 8 2
11 I lie
12 .v II 45
12 15 11 87
12 01 11 14
II &: 10 mi
11 30 10 20
11 80 10 HI
11 14 9 48
II III 0 20
10 r7 0.5
ill 811 8 85
10 7 40
10 18 7 20
10 03 8 r5
9 47 0 113
9 85 II 00
Oil City Kast..
toll City West
1 Frnnkllii .....
felinimlt .. ......
1 Poll: .7...
Handy ltku ...
1 Andover ... '..
1 Aslttitbula ....
1 Telegraph Stations.
Passeiiker fare at the rate of 3 cents per
mile to, way stations counted In even hall
Now known at
THE NEW YORK, Lake Erie & Western R,
Abstract of Time Table Adopted June 21. 1880.
- best -rooin
A unil Sleeping rota-lie, combJiiiiiK ul
modem linprovementH, nrt runnuiK tlnouli
without eiiungo from liuflalo, ' muNpi-imiou
Hrhlc, Niagara. Kalln, CiiKiiunatl, Chicago
to New York, making dlreut connection with
all linen cif foreign and coastwise Hteumert.,
aiidalno with Hound 8UamerB and railway
1 1 new lor lioHton and Sew Kngland cltleit.
Hotoi Jjjfjng C'arw from Chicago to New
I Vq. H I No, 12 No. 4
S.V. HUM NjKht
I-sXpreKK Ex. L.
tt.lo .M. 8 3ft ; I....
TS T4B " fCw'pV,
7 10 8 00 1 10
7 20 " 8 0ft 7 15
HU 11 S 50 ,
Vii 4 1" n "
m i & " J
tM)AM. iW QWf.W.
9 48 " 4 40 " 7 Ml) l
U 82 " 4B J U60
lSWlMrt. 81.5 1 WA.ll'.
1 VI " 8 56 " "
1 52 " II JW " 1 8JJ"
8 W " It) 10 " BUS "
Sftl " 1100 " 8 44
8 IH " 4 18 '
8 40 ' U SB " 4 80 "
4 1 " Vi 8U a.m 6 OH '
4 41 " 1 M ' 6 80
tti (M 8 iW " tl l'i "
i M 7 30
7 4& ....7.7.. iia"
7T' 8 48"" 815
4 40 " 9 01 "
- i-i 0 '5 '
16 " (188 " 1088
10 07 " 7 80 " 1307 P.M.
9.r5 T ttt"'' 11 10 A M
lOUtf.H. j 85.A.M. U 8& "
Sun p. bridge
Ii 11 Halo
Port JervU.. L'v
Newark .'. '"
New York.... "
KiprttM Trains Leave N-w Vorii
9.00 A.M. Cincinnati aud Chicago Day
KxprcKti. Drawing Hoom Coucliea to Uuf-
raloand BuflneiiKlon Hrldge.
6.UO F.rtl. bally. Fa-a Hi. Louis RxprefiM,
arriving at Kull'alo 8 00 A. M.t oomittctluK
with faut traitiH to the Went, Northwest and
Honlhweid. Pullmuii's hewt Drawing Koom
HleptiirfCQfteliMi. to Hulf'alo.
T.15 F. Si. Dally, racitlc Kxpremt. Hleep-
Ing (mchenand Hotel iii)Jng Cars through
to Chicago without change.
7.00 P. Iff. Km I grant train for the We.it,
AHk tor TicketH via Erie Hallway; for
ulw by all principal ntho&a.
JNO. N. AllUO'lT, Uen. Pass. Agt.,
J. B. Bahti.ktt. Ocn. Nor. Pm. Atrent. Buir)o.
riJHFS i OH? 1.00 rtli,.
'ejujo uf ilia Ci'tDAry Orgau
in 8 to 4 da vi. Uoen nut taint
the breath, or betray Its prca
euoe in i:y maoner, (truat-
trif nt I'aIL Kiild bv al 1
uruinr Hts. orttAnt bv mail on repel nt or nrire
'niirlsts, or sent I
Send tor pamphlet, Fret, BPANlbli MEDlUlNE
Head ror pamphlet, lret. bj
CO., Bui lUT.lluRalu. N. Y,
. Note Books.
A ( rRHTI will buy a not. book, oon
tiv Laliilutf 100 nicely printed notes at
MRS. LYDIA E. PiNKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Tfcli praparatlnn, m It name irtrniflpt. conittiU of
Vn(rebUlu lro)njilie tlmtarv lunruli tu ttw moat del
Icato hiT&Ud. Vfn one trlnl lh mrritt of thla Com
jKrtitwt will tie rto(iriiU.-,l(n-llef la ImmlAta, and
wbvn Utrnwli pi'iitlniird, tn nlnct-nineriutia In a tain,
drad, aponnAtirfitouivUeirtH-ltithouMml will te
tlfy. On account uf It- proren merits, It la to-day r
rrimmondoilaiulpriiwrllKHltijr (bo treat pliystclaos la
the country, '
It will cure entirely tlte worst form ( fIIng
of the otenn, r-urorrha. Irregular and painful
Menstition,allUvrlan Troubles, liiftjunmatloD and
Clrrratlon, FltKhUnr. mil DIstilarenK-nts and th con
rqucnt spinal wunkianu. and Is eFptx-lally tuljlt?d to
the Chanir of Life. It will dissolve and eipel tumors
from tlio u term In n mHj it but of develupmcnt. flic
tendency tucrurtroushuuiuni tujr 1 cliuckwl vrry
speedily by lUiw,
In fart It has prored tA be tho irrcatV
wt and toot remedy that una ercr been discover
ed. It pnmatis tvery portlun of the ttynU'to, andtfUsa
new llfeand vigor. It removes fatntnwi,flstuJeney. d
trtruysallcniviug fur stlmulauU, and rt'lierea weakness;
of the stomach
It cares Bloating-. Headaches, Nerroas Prostratfon,
QrtHTAl Debility flleciilessnesa, Dcpresalon and Jndl
ffestton. That feclina of bettrtitg down, caiialnv pain,
weight and backaclw, la alwuys iiermauent f cured by
Its use. ltwlllataUtiines.aodunderall clrcuinstaa
ees, act in baruiony with tue law that gurerui tna
female system. '
fur KidnyConpalnts of either sex this compound
Lydia t. Plnktiam's Vegetable Compo'.nd
Is prepared at 233 and CO Western Avenue, Lynn, Mam
Fricetl.00, Hti bottlea for 5.00. Sent by mail In the
form of pills, also In the farm rfLotenBs. on receipt
ofptlcn. $iM, per boa, for either. Mrs. FISKUaM
frmlyauifweni all li tters of Inquiry. Bend fur pau)
1-likL Add res us above Mention thlt paprr.
No family should tw without LYDLA E. PINK RAM
UYEKl'ILLS. They cure Ootuttpatlon, liuiousiicsa
"dTorpidltyof tbeUrer. cento per box.
Stp'ti,. Colih A Co., icn'l Airunr. Ch'Vr ImH, O
Buld liy A. It. Tiurla-r (Jo., A-I"-'1'U'- O.
J. E. DORAN,
and Matinfiicttircr of Fino Brcculi Ijoad
itig SI iot (liuis. Also actii for
GHAS. DALY'S GUNS.
Single Broet li JUtuW;is, $O.IVOup
Price Lists Hunt on Applicuiion.
American nu'Mit for .lolm Wovelurk A Co..
flun MiuiufnclnnTu ; Agent far W. W . firccner'a
Hannucrli'Fi' tltins j Agent lor Ohan. Daly's film
50 Years Ueloie the Public.
PronoiinCL-d by all to bo ill. most Pueasant
and RrricAciou. ri-mudy now In use. fur tbe
CPHB'Ot COUUIl., COLDS, CaoUl. IIIIAIISSNRSS.
tlckllaif scilS'itlna. uf t)lp throat, wboopiiiK
ijoag-b. etc. Ovmb k mii,i.iii bottlb. ioi.d witu
m thb last raw TBAiis. It filvei relief wherever
used, and ha tho power to Impart benefit, that
oannnt ae had from tne coukb niiziurui now In
use. Hold bjr all DruKirl'ls al 35 cent, per bottle.
BEI.l.KKM' 1.IVKK IMLI.S nro slu lillily rec
ommended lorcurlliK Liver t'oniplnlnt. consti
pation, aiL-k-hiMflachos, Fever and Aiiae, and all
diseases of the Rtoniacb and Liver. Hold by all
DriiKglsU at cents per box, M-04
B. K. Sellir. k Co., rillsuuiiill, ft-
HENRY OF NAVARRE BEFORE PARIS.
linwn with Ihs 'letijcui-rfri lwn
Willi forty thousand men liPr'sIa:
TIM' d.-lds wi-rs l,srp, thi mi-adows tirown;
The sttirvliiK i-jilllu faintly .owed.
Hut ronqiiTiiiK Imto lis rodi- down -A
If U Ima k and Im-IIm hi- rode
W hill- Hi -Ids V.I-H- lntre.hd iiii-iidnas brown
Aud starving cuttle faintly lowed.
And Jllt without the 'Ir-aictlTfd town
Tli.-y (dtelied llii'lr t.its alolis the risle.
Or In the fl.-lds and meiidows l,ron n.
Where slarvlnie cattle fiilntly lowM.
flu ' after diiy they stormed llw town;
iiuy alter day he laiitjliliiu risle
Across the fh-lils and ineiidiiu H hrown
Wlierc- starvlntf cattle faintly loa-e I.
Ilnoilsy from out the 'li-aKiiered town
'I here In It.-r.'.l fnrth aliitik the rond.
And l,y the fields mid ineadows hrown
Wilern Hliu vllis cull le fnliitly loa ed
A wretched 1 1. r.Mlpr 'I'lie 'li-HKIIereil town
llndcust Klf lis u.l-lrs-. lie,.!,
And hy the tli-l,l iiihI limliihiws hroWll
W hele stai viliK callle furiilly hiwud.
They faltered np. they faltered down,
Hall ilned Willi fear almiir t lie road.
Then, hy the fli-lilsand meadows hrown
Where starvlnk c-uttie faintly lowed
The hero who tuid stormed the town
buy alter day and careless rode,
iiay iiflerihiy hy metulows hrown
WlieresUirvluif cuttle falrlly lowisj.
With swift sharp strokes i-itthe rldlnif down
AIiuik flu- white end dusty rode.
I'lihei-dlnif still Hie lil'-iul, vt hrown
The starving cattle as they lowed.
Ills fuee wus set lieueiith a frown ;
'lis littighliiK eyeH, Hint had hestowo
No i:liiuee upon the uii-inliiws hrown
".'here HlarvliiK cattle faintly lowed.
Now flitniL- yel so looked liiin down
I'pon tlieun.ups Hint llmills-cil the rwj,
lilind to the Iticuilow bure 11 1 ,1 blown,
Ileal to the cattle as they lowed.
His irreut heart suddenly tuire down
The eomiiii-rcr's pride and hack lie risle;
I'ust nil the Ileitis ami meadows hrown
Where starving cuttle lalnlly lowed
He fed Hie paople of tho town
I'lie ruinisheil groups that thronied the road
And Ihrouijh the !i,-ll.-, and in.-aduws hrown
He called the cattle as they lowed.
And fed them all. 'Then from the town
He turned away, and lightly risle
l'ust Mil the lle'ds and inendows lirown,ed.l
With luce that shone.und eyes that glow-
" J'ii-i' lllru.'" he brled, I'll take no town
Hy fiiiniuc's scourge : a full er roiu( .
Muvt Henry ol Nuyui re rldl- dou-n
io nun ins iriiinpiis VtCII ll'isuiwuil.
Mniasiiw fur August.
BY MRS. A. W. CURTIS.
A solhl. siilistiinilal-tiioking wiinuiii tvns
exuiniiiini; ilri-ss iHi.ls in oni'ofour slores.
l'';ilni(-Md ci-try alylc anil (itulity wero
tnion n inn upon uii-counu-r, ami she e.
iiiiiiiis.1 tlu-iii ciitH-iilly, one by one unlit
tin.' liniiiiur link' clfi-k uri'tv uneasy, und
Jiegiin lu let'tiliiliu'iiil val'lutu slvlts, Imp.
mi; im iiouiii iii uasieii hit in tne cnoiee.
She paiil uu liccil to liiin, but went on
with lie eoi't'lul exuiiiuiiiliiin nn hetiiro.
Al li-imlli sho said :
"YtmiiB liuiii, I ilon't intnid to buy any
tliiusy stuir, nor any that is till shine, and
no wear in it. I inlcml tu have a iln-ss
ihut will lieai1 giMnl solid, every day use
and soap and water when it needs it. 1
want a dress Unit will Bland the sun with
out fading or a shower without riiy.zlin.tr
up, niul it you'll five me time enough I'll
ace if you Lavuul tiny such thing here,"
i uiu uin ntop ioiiu; auoiiifii to Know
whelhef she fohnrt u fnhrie (hut would en
dure so niiinj' severe tesls, but Iter words
sei me in luuiKiiiK. i iiiouirni, we. nil
need just llml kind of religion lliat will
stand the Ininl, every dnv wear of life:
lliul will not fade In the sun of prosperity,
nor "frizzle up" in Hie storms of udvciHi-
(y; a religion (hut is no Itiinsy iill'itir, but
suiiii uiiu suusinuiiu cuoogif iif use every
1 la gan lliiiikiiti; over the vuiious nutil
ilies of religion with which I was most
liinnlittr among our best regulated ortho
dox people, und it proved a most interest
ing study. Tieiu w. brother A
whose relieion U very conspicuous on
Sundays and al (lie prayer meeling. His
prayers fervent and full of feeling; his ex
hortations recount with unction liis great
attainments in the Christian life. Jle is
distressed over the coudttion of the
church, und Ihe world; the lack ol piety
and consecration in ministers and Christ
ians. I lu is ii live unil aiuiiuol, lmiily able
to restrain his exulted emotions. Hut lie
somehow lays it all away with his Sunday
clonics, lor it iiocsn t siami everyday wear.
tiro. A ul prayer meeting and Hio.
A at Inline are two ditVcrent beings.
His religion is not strong enough keep
I tun lroin making everybody miseruble
and unhappy uboii( hiin. ll. will not
stand u single test; it is only Ht Io la:
corefully worn on special occasions. No
doubt Hro. A-'S fuligio js it menus of
grace to some, but to otliiu it is a stum
bling block all shitin and alio lily.
Bio. H rarely goes to prayer meet
ing; when he does, ails utli-rly silent
throttirh it nil. We know he had a hard
bringing up, lighting his own way as best
lie CUUIU, null even uutv no nns a iiosi iti
besetting sins unil temptations to struggle
uirninst every liny inai n lives. we
tremble for him, knowing his weakness,'
liniiwing loy slight a liiml ho luts ia liis
small hone in Christ, how strong u hold
the world, the tlesh, aud the devil have on
him. We sytupalhize with him, we pray
for him; we bear patiently with many
things lie would not dare to excuse in our
selves. Ills religion is goon as tar as it
goes, und it does help him over a. good
tunny hard places.
Hro. r has u triaal. solid, substan
tial article, that stnnis the wear and (ear
of iile grandly, lie has a quick temper,
and it helps him to Hold it in check, lie
has countless "thorns iti the tlesh,'' and
triulB anil hindrances on every side, and
It helps him to be ml ti nt und cheerful
under them all. He makes poor, stuin
bliiiLT little prayers, but they are genuine,
and there is u true, tender tlnptli to every
Mister I) is one of ihe humblest,
most unassuming women in the worm.
She has a Utile trembling hope in Christ,
Mil feels altogether unworthy ol his mer
cy. Sometime, lu our ladles' meetings
she will venture- a bunching lillle prayer
to her Savior, that we w ill strain our ears
to hear, bee ause we are sure it is going up
to him from a full, loving heart, ller
jilg is a sermon (n itlf. Never a won!
from her lips that could grieve or wound
another, for .lie speaks with jUtnioal char
ity and tenderness of every one. She
shames us till with her quiet forbearance
and sweet submission in Ihe midst of trial
and great nlllictiiins. Patient, cheerful,
with a sleadfnsl, loving Irttsf in her Sa
vior, she is a living epistle, known and
read of all. Oh, that we all had a rich
supply nt such religion:
t is good to lie peacuim uuu nappy on
Sunduy; it is better slill il .Mumlay s tret
aud toil, and won v of mind ami body can
be met with pulleill endurance anil stead
fast courage Hull will MB. tw Ihwilgh,
resting in Ood, doing mid bearing all
things In his strength. It Is gud to bask
lu the .uushlue o( Lliristiuu leuowsuip,
and grow utrong in the Ird by sweet
communion with him: but it is Is tier
still to hold fast and sternly, when almost
overw helmed by the stern uutie. and disci
pline of life.
It takes very little religion to make us
simply happy ; it (akes a great deal to
keep hack hasty, unkind worn, lo make
us patient with the sleadv grind of dailv
ear. when everything w-eins lo In' figaiust
ll. 1 1 taken a great deal when our lies!
efforts for grsal are misconstrued : when
men speak evil ot us; when, do what we
w ill, we are condemned. It take, a great
ih-al ot religion'to hold still when Ood
lays us in (be furnace of sorrow, or of
pain, to see if there be an)' gold in us.
Is our religion pood for every day use?
Docs it stand every day wear, growing
stronger and dearer, an ani bor ure an I
steadfast- (list's grace Is sullh-ietit for
every need of every soul. We have only
to go every day, tor nn abiitidatit supply.
Yesterday's grace will not do for in-day.
Il is like manna; we uiusl gather it fresh
ivory morning. riti.tniniug ami cheer
us as we go on, day by day, Inward our
eternal home, we shall find il at last, giv
ing us an abtindaiK entrance into the city
of our God,
AFTER MANY YEARS.
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN SHERIFF STILES
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN SHERIFF STILES AND CAPT. BROWN, "C. S. A."
Captain A. W. Stiles was made prisoner
during Ihe Rebellion, .ul was very hu
manly and kindly treated by a certain
rebel officer, ilierebouts since the wo,r Mrt
S. has trjetl in vain tu luarn till . slinr
lime ago when he wrote Hie following let.
ler lo L. M. Crosby, late of Ashtabula,
new located at Staunton, Va.
L. JI. Croshv, Eso... Staunton, Va.,
Peas Sir: In June, Iwii, I was taken a
prisoner of war al Upperville, Vs., and on
or about June 23, lti:j, started from Win
chester, Va., up the Valley for-Richmond
via. Staunton. A Capt. Brown of Staun
ton had charge bl us. He belonged to a
battalion of cavalry which was at that
time acting as body guard to (Jen. Robert
1 would like to know it Oapt Brown is
now in Staunton or what became or him.
I desire to thank hiit personally for his
kitiilnuss ami humanity to me, and, in fact,
lu all Ihe boys with us. Should you hap
en to tee Ii i in ask htm if he remembers Ihe
cavalry orderly serg't who gave him the
sheet of music at Winchester, among which
was the piece entitled "Blanche Alwii."
There was a serg't Pelersou with Capt.
Brown wlio lived at llarri.-hurg, about one
mile S. E. i.f the city, in a large while
house, which I guarded a short time when
('retnuiil's column flint rcat-heil that pliice
in June 1 Nil). He also was very kind to
us poor foot sore devils. He agreed to
write lo me if he lived through (he war
and 1 agreed to write to him, but never
did having lost his full address. If y.,u
can without too much trouble, when in the
vicinity ot either of tho above parties, make
enquiry and Und them, please send me
their full name and address.
Very truly and sincerely yours,
A. W. STILES.
was in the Staunton
Vindicator, and the Editor stated tha(
Capt, Brown had moved fo feorgia, aiioVi.
now mayor ol the town of Fort Valley, in
that State. Mr. Stiles addressed a letter
to Cupt. Brown, at that place, and recived
the following response:
FORT VALLEY. Gn., May 25. 1880.
Cait. A. W. Stiles, Jefferson, Ohio,
Dear Sin: Your unexpected, though
truly appreciated lettor has just been re
ceived alid perused' with much Interest, as
a sad, yet pleasant reminder of the unfor
tunate past of the late lamented war still
looming in memory', waste, but thanks be
now numbered among the things that
were. Ah! yes with pity do J remciqber
Ihe prisoners of war committed to my
charge on the memorable march from Win
ehesler to Slaunlon, Va., in June, 18ct;
how I eujoved their Hue singing, and espec
ially shall I never forget the noble,
gentlemanly orderly serg t, who kindly
presented me notes of the heurt awaken
ing, soul stirring music, "Blanche Aljien,"
which I anxiously obtained for a dear lady
friend, bill was eventually debarred by
sad circumstances from ever heuriug their
sweet execution. -
Be assured, dear Sir, that your commun
ication is hailed with pleasure, coming
from a true patriot, which I must admire,
be he friend or foe, and beuriug intelli
gence of tho merrited approval of my con
duct, which I only regret could not have
been more sympathetic. Olad am 1 that
your services have open appreciated, and
are being rewarded by your grateful coun
trymen, in that, you occupy the responsi
ble position of Sheriff of your county; for
I do believe thut if there is a class on earth
deserving superior honor, il is the faithful
soldiers that have fought and would have
died for their countrymen. Your enquire
the wereabouts of Serg't Dunlnp and
McPheters. They both when 1 left Vir
ginia, resided near Staunton; have not
iiearu ui Mieif ruumyaj, auu suppose tney
are there yet. Though a native Virginian.
I have made Georgia mv permanent home
since (he war, and have learned to love her
and her people with deep affection; and
they in turn have favored mo with several
offices of trust and honor. In conclusion
let me ask, that you remember me with
kindest regards, and gnfal wishes to all the
members of your regiment with whom you
may be thrown in tiine, ami particularly
are my nest wisnes oestoweu upon you tor
present and lutiire happiness and prosper
ity. I shall be pleased to hear from you,
and have you visit me at any time, and
oetievo mo, wun great respect, your Hum
L. B. BROWN.
Capt. C, Body
C. S. Army Gazette.
Hoiua one put a wooden Indian under
the bed of a Detroit old maid, and of
course she saw and yelled, and a police
man came in and crawled under the bed.
brought the burgUr out, and fought the
Indian thirty minutes before he totiuil
out that It was wiaxlen; and then he told
the spinster she was a gnne-hy uld mum-
head and went out aud punqied water
on nts uean tor naif an hour to get
the dust out of his eyes, -
Prom the Sturgis, Mich., Weekly: Mr.
John Brast living in Sherman township,
infoimedus a few days ago that his feet
had been so terribly frost bitten that he
could hardly stand" the pains caused there
by. He happened to think of St. Jacobs
oil which he always keeps handy rubbed
nis feet tw ce with the remedy, .nil tne
pains disappeared entirely. He not only
values St. Jacobs oil as an unexcelled rem
edy for a great many nther painful diseases
to which mankind is subject, but he also
asserts that it is realy invaluable for the
many diseases horses and e(ock are subject
to, and which so often play havou with the
prospects uf the farmer aud stock raiser.
PROGRESS OF THE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN
—THE SUPPLY OF SINEWS. EFFECT OF MR.
GARFIELD'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Campaign enthusiasm seems In la? on the
increase with the t rained republican work
ers in Washington, and they applying
themselves to the work which they know
so well how to do with an energy ami leal
that indicates In say th least, much con.
fldi.'itce in the is.iie. Mr. G.irfHd's calm
and able leUer of acceptane meets with
hearty approval, anil the preliminaries
having been arranged, the work of organ
izing eamp.ign clubs of the various states
by their representatives in the ..ifTerent
l)eiartiiieiit ofllces here are nearly com
plete. 1 heard a gentleman who is well inform
ed on all matters relative to the slrengih
and wonting capacity of the party say.
that it nail not tjtrnre entered on a cam
paign wi completely equipped, 'organized,
and supplied with money as at present.
On the other hand, I think it may be
truly said that the lemocratf are not as
well pleased with their candidate as they
were during the few days sueceding his
nomination. Some or them realize the
absurdity bf tlie political altitude which
compels Iheiu to recant for Hancock all
the arguments they have used against
Grant. They have begun lo realm- that
the obscurity of General Hancoc k's title
to civic honors and re-snsibilities will
cause the fitness of the lienvajratic parly
lo tie entrusted with power, to Income a
much more prominent topic than it would
have oeen tl iitden, llayanl, (btinnan,
Hendricks or anybod y else versed in govern
ment affairs, had la-en nominated. If the
the Democrat, wished lo attract criticism
as a party, they have done well tn nomi
nate a man who hat no civil record of his
own. If they desired lo withdraw atten
tion from themselves and fix it on the
guns that held the cemetery at Gettysburg,
they will not succeed in their endeavor.
The public are inclined lu look at the acts
of the caiulidnte rather than of the party
if there arc any acts to examine. In Un
case of General Hancock there are none
whieh can be called pertinent in the issue.
Therefore the acts of the party, its com
position, its general drift, and tendency
must la? considered perforce. Here the
Republicans are conscious of ihtir advant
age and challenge cotufiarison and debate.
WASHINGTON, D. C., July 17th, 1880.
Ciieeuoai as they are called, ought
to immigrate to Lima, capital of Peru,
particularly as there is very slight pros,
pect of Ihe carrying out in this coun
try of their favorite theory of unlimited
paper money. They would have an op
portunity to see how their financial plan
works, and what iueslimable advautage
it is to the paople of whom they ttre
eternally prating. The cilv is one of the
finest in South America. It has about
luo.OOO inhabitants, is lighted wi(M gas,
has water works, street-cars, public parks
and many Wioaern improvement. The
sho., mostly kept by foreigners, are
ouen very handsome, and the town
has a European look and air. Although
Peru is a silver-producing land, there is
no silver at the capital. The only
metahc currency there is nickel, the
largest piece being a real, about the
size of our five-cent coin, and wonh
about till) cents. Paper is superabund
ant, and prices, regulated by paper, are
amazingly high. Eggs are 40 cents each,
beef-steak 60 cents a pound, coffee $1.25
a pound; (ea ft); apples 50 cents each;
potatoes $5 a peck: bread AO cents a
loaf; beer, frcm our Northern Slates, $2
a bottle; mutton 75 cents a pound; cab
bages of ordinary size $1.50 a piece; on
ions $5 a dozen; champagne if JO a bottle;
washing $4 per dozen; board at good
hotels $20. A decent suit of clothes
coals some $200, and a man with a small
family, of small tastes aud very econom
ical habits can live very uiainly for
$20,000 a year. Truly Lima should be
the Cireeiibacke'r's jutradise. He should
lose no time in repairing thither and
leering how blest a country may be which
does away with a metalic basis, and
depends wholly on a paper currency.
The Limans when they go to market
carry a basket for their money, and put
their provisions in their pocket. There
the rag-baby is the reigning deity,
Cv.iJ.EuR RexovAL. If it is finally decid
ed to remove Western Reserve College to
Cleveland, it would seem no more than an
act of justice tj leave a portion of the
present endowment of $250,000 to estab
lish and maintain at this point a prepara
tory school, tn this way the present
gro'unds and buildings could Is? best utiliz
ed, and if recognized by the College and
properly managed, the school could not
fail to be successful. If it should be de
monstrated to the satisfaction of the trus
tees (hat the true interests of the college
would be best served by its removal to
Cleveland, the citizens ot Hudson will
cheerfully acquiesce; but they would feel
less keenly the fact that an injustice had
been done them if this department of the
collogo was continued here.
General Hancock's nomination as a
Democratio oandidate is one which will
exoite a surface enthusiasm in the party
(o be followed by a season of great solem
nity. But it has one good feature, the
Democratic paper, will no longer seek to
make any capital out or Uen. Uartield s
supposed connection with the Surratl case.
This is the way the Chicago Tribune
puts it t "Garfield is a self made man ;
but Hancock was made by the government.
Garfield educated in the arts of peace; the
public educated Hancock in the nrtsof war.
1'he one is a mere fighter; the other is a
fighter when there is war, but a civilian
when there is peace,"
Forthebenefitof.il sufferers, be good
enough to bring the wonderful effect of St.
Jacobs oil before the public For twelve
long yoarsmy wife sXitfereil with neuralgia
in the head, aud often bad the most terri
ble pains. A week ago I bought a bottle
of that wonderful remedy St. Jacobs oil,
and am perfectlv astonished at the marvel,
ous elf ect; half a bottle thoroughly cured
my wife. I eSadlv would have paid any
Shysiciau fifty dollars if he could have
one the same; therefore I wish that every
uuuy may learn to value tins true uieui-
Those unhappy persons who suffor from
nervousness aud dyspepsia should use
C'ar(ers little nerve pills, which are made
expressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic
sufferers. Price 25 cents. All druggists
keep it. 1
HANCOCK AND GRANT.
One of (ha busiest streets (olay In
St. I,mils is Fourth. Million; of dollars
change hands every day in Ihe places of
business fronting on its curbstones. There
.re many notable business houses and lo
calities of interest on Fourth street among
which it is only necessary lo mention the
tllobe-Vemnrrut office, the Planters'
House and Ihe Cour( House. Iti, how.
ever, but a few years, comparatively, since
this great highway of traffic was the site
of the residences of Ihe young aristocracy
of St. Lnui, who, in those days, had no
thought of the great and pro'arous city
which was soon to spring up, and, tearing
away Ihe homesteads, erect in the places
once occupied by them, business blocks
anil grand marls of comtnirce. If they
had thought t it they would have bought
Fourth street is historical. There lived
in the ii-ars gone by the Hnrnevs. the
Dents, the Russell, the Bennett's, and
many other families, the memls-rs of
which have since arrived at distinction.
1 .n that street two of the most notable
men of the country at present Grant .ml
Hancock were married.
In those days (irant was regarded
of small account, while General Hancock
was extremely popular; in fact, the curled
darling of St. Louis society. While old
m.n Dent confidently informed his friends
that he had the most singular son-in-law
in .even states, (he Iiussells wire im
mensely proud of the acquisition lo their
family of Lieutenant Hancock. The Rus-
selis were ver-v hi.l t,-,nwl ..Ar...ln ,i
i , t 't..,ciii loose
days; :he Dents, while eminent!-.' resoee.
table were nr.. nt tl,u nl.. .1...
- " ." iwn inni wore
claw-hammer coats every dav, and Ihere
was probably no member of the family
... , k'sni jiiuge 01 exrra ury.
A reonrtep of Ik. i
dropped art und yesterday in the office of
John V IbirlivsrRnil.n l..
7 - i -. ,rv was miug;
ill St. Louis when the children of Ihe for
et were begging fine cut of De Sola, and
requested bun to refresh his memory in
regard to those two notable marriages.
"I remember Grant's wedding well "
said Mr. Darby. "Old man Dent met me
on Third street and asked me to come
aroumL as Julia was going to be married
to a fellow named Grant. I knew (irant,
and o when I got home I asked my wife
if she wanted to go to a wedding.
V hose?" said she. Julia Dent's, said I,
she's going to marry a man named Grant.
'I s pose we might as well go,' says she.
It wasn't much of a wedding. A Metho
dist preacher performed the ceremony."
"Did they have a wedding tour?" a-.keil
"Well no. they didn't have any money,
and the walking in those davs wasn't very
good, so they just stayed at' home."
"Where was the Dent residence?"
"Corner of Fourth aud Cerre streets."
"The way of it was," continued Mr.
Darby, "young Lewis Dent went to West
Point as a cadet. He there became ac
quainted with Grunt, and on caw f hia
vacations brought the future President
home to make a visit. He thus became
acquainted with: Jniia, and they were
shortly afterward married."
'Yasi Julia a handsome girl?"
''Well, not particulrly,s stroking hie.
chin, reflectivly, "not particularly."
"Fourth street was not Tory busy in
those days." remarked Ihe reporter.
"So, all residencfca. Stay, there were a,
few shops near the Court House."
"You remember Hancock's weddi.ir
also; do you?"
"I do, 'distinctly. It was a notable
event in St. Louis society. The couple
were married by Dr. FJllot. The Run.
sells were Uuilanans then. Nearly all ot
that sect were present."
"Where was the house?"
"(In .Fourth, between Walnut anil
"The Russells were quite high tenet)
"Ves, quite so; they were very genteel;
no shoddy aliout the Kussells."
"Boys must be boys" is a kind of apho
rism that we do not care to dispute. Let
them be vigorous, fun loving, cheery. We
prefer, too, to see them enjoy the more
masculine sports; at least until the age of
sixteen to eighteen to make asthetical
and even intellectual pursuits, in some
degree subordinate to physicul develoiie
ment. It is manhood that is to be evolv.
ed. Nor does this employ, as some have
too hastily concluded, that boys arc "bar
barians." or even semi-barbarians. It
docs not Imply a trace of cruelty to oilier
Ikiys or girls; nor riotousncss, wasteful,
ncss, or disrespect for parents and other
lawful authority. From some remarks of
President Chadbourne, in Boston, the
other day, with reference to James A
Garfield, it would seem that as a "collcge
boy" he was fattier to the man. President
Chadbourne said :
The college life of Gen. Gajfield was so
rounded, so pure, so in accordance with
what It ought to be in all respects, that I
can add nothing to it by eulogizing him.
It was a noble college life; there are nu
stories to be told of General Garfield as a
college student. On the contrary every,
thing about him was high, and noble and
manly; the man in college gave promise
of what the man is to-day. And so, when
charges were made against him some,
years ago, I wrote to General Garfield
and have said in speeches since that
that when a young man goes thror
college course without exhibiting a
or dishonest trait, and then goes o
lives so as to impress upon ether me
idea that he has been true: at all (im
In all places, it will take a great tf
proof to convince me that tiiat m.
forsaken the path he (nxl so long. V
have seen nothing tosh.c my couth
in General Garfield, from the d&jr?
tered college until to-duy, as Ur
before the people as a candir?'
dent of the United States. - y
Nothing Like i ts 5
ing,"said little Mr. Hat,
was jumping at the t ip,
rack with his new si lo,
nothing" he panted J
perate jump, "sucoeda
went again "like"-am?
that a kangaroo would I1
he shouted as he i
fairly over the hookj
brim just a second too y
off, pulled the hook Uf
his hat, and then, as
came over on top of U
his hat through the (
die of it, he roared
all the rest of the
think that way, too, fo
A most righteous ino-
Dr. Lindsey for the wuiideX
formed by his blood searches
Sellers liver pills are worki
good in one year lliau all oil
medicines, xw. a box.