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IN TMBllXE. Ti c, Thrrsdar Te.. Jane 13, 1STS. PETROLEUM V. PETROLEUM V. Mr. Nasby Engaged in Pushing the Investigation. vesication. Lut a-5s ae t't write or J auj liuuu.' tau e-rt. I ol-t other t-h to fiv, kj i tiiU time I iuv a catch. I in s:t!Q la ineigatin the fraud., nod ture are enulf uv of em t uis-.-tt In yjcsferpe.' llys, aaJ put iu In f,'.co the Kileliu patriot, TiJJec. The en 's uv juitis wiil be mi;,;-rve J, aiiJ I elcl tieV my post-oill-! The luii- raun of iair.ec jono ity ut Tie Corners will be eiji l, artl I;cru wi;l ok;i heeiiib.ed to ! a ti.aii". When Tii-leo L t'resl-U-nS. It- siker Oavi'.l N C i!ie:tjr, ami I aui IVntmwt-r. tii-re wiil tie a i-liiiite iu tt uii. illi-!rr7y ! A!i I'iv :r iUbi-; we litv is t i eep the fellows irij wic't we ilou't waut toliB'ify. We Uv In uioy wit uchw. for t'u-y don't all know wt to ;dr to. Kjr instance, Deekiu Po crate, tte t:wiM oi l imb-cil, wanted lr (vEce on .'ivrn :i I testify to bU xivm to ana company ot Iiimcrat iu Miiuics'.pyl to carry that KUie for Til1?a. auJ it took amy Hiuart florin to fcsep him away. Tiiden ti-x a reputasben f r heviu money, and witaee are core in here to in ia fcwartxM. We shel prove that there wuzn't u n:eh tliln ez a fair elccksbua In Kloridy anJ Liol laua ; tbat iu both them Kiales men took our oin?y and voted aclii us ; that our r.lle club.-t war. iutitnlilatid, atiJ that our repealers ia IiMisian wuz kept away from ttia pollx hy for.'. There ain't a goiu' to hs no trouble ah ut It. We hev men here wicti will ttrear to aoythlog, and in fact we have an eat barrage tueat uv swear in material. I wooden't give a tea cent piece to lie itisfioore-J my P.wt'jffli. Justts tts at last a go!n to hi d-jue ! Truth wich crushed to earth is risln again. T.I. it-ii and reform ! The old man if 'MiaiuK duwa handsomely. I love to labor fur him, for he fe:i a maa' valyoc. We hev cot 'era. Wi-fcliel iuventi ta jil At ftir ez We waut to, and that will he la Y-et enu.T Htatfi to elect Tilden. We hev gut Mr. IIay, tbU Hole. We shall teieii the Ablinh uUtu that when a pure man like .Sarayoosl J. THdeD liez boagtt and paid for an offij, be La goin to Ret St. Wo liev awore noto be awiodled octi iivwatwuzoura by puichia. Tilden li (rreat m&n. It cott him toomaca Vt buy the nomioasbea and theeleck ehun, not to hev 'em. We are goln to be rrenident. I am arraQglo IU ' You will bear from me next week. The Corners will be electrified. The country ia safe, and Dimocrify la on the high road to auceeea. JuUlaut. PETROLEUM V. NASBY, Investigator. ROUND DANCING REBUKED. Bishop Whittle Denounces the Practice Bishop Whittle Denounces the Practice as Sinful and Subversive of Social Virtue. Ia t-)B Episcopal Convention, iu fief!i!on in Lynchburg, Va., Bishop Whittle delivered an elaborate an nual address, In which be earnestly deprecated tbe evils of round dancing. Referring to the address of bis vener ated predecessor. Bishop Johns, In 1872, be said that distinguished divine warned commnnlcanU against tbe inconsistency of indulging in "a de moralizing dissipation," which be denounced as "that lascivious mode of promiscuous dancing styled tbe round dance." "This scandal," be said, "is not to be tolerated in the Church of Christ. Let every appeal be made in the way of affectionate re monstrance, judicious teaching, and earnest prayer for the reformation of those led astray, If God peradventare will give them ripentaace. If- all such eflorts prove unavailing to re move the scandal and awaken the offender to a sense of bis sin and danger, and It becomes necessary to resort to t!ie exercise of a decided discipline, it most be done. I adopt this language aa my own, that be, be ing dead, may yet speak on this im portant matter. Perhaps his words struck some as being too strong aud harsh when they were first uttered who think very differently now, after six years' observation and experience. Certain it is that many of our wisest aud beet people, ministers and lay men, judging the tree by the fruit, have become alarmed lent the elT:tof a'l this dreadful evil of round danc ing shall be not only to iojurepure and undented religion, but even to sap tbe very foundations of all social virtue and' morality. I will not discuss its character aud consequences, for while 8L Paul wrote to tbe Chunb in Ephesns that it was a shame even to speak of those things which were done by some In secret, I should feel auamed even to speak, as the truth would require of this tliiue; which is done openly before all. I will only eay that I trust no man or woman will be presented for confir mation who means to continue to participate iu this abomination, and if the uaiuibU-rs of the Church have no authority to discipline communicant as notorious evil doers wbo practice It, surely this council should not fail to clothe them with Filch authority by law. ibis portion of the addrenc was re' furred to a committee, wbloh reported a canon forbidding the holy commu nion and confirmation t persons who nam luaily indulge in ro'ind dancing Itesolutioua were a looted deploring the elnful practice, and urging that it be discontinued by all good ineoi bers of the Kplscopal Church. ATTEMPTED MURDER. The Effect of Cheap Novel Reading. A New .York special dispatch to the Enquirer of the 30Mi lost., relates tbe following deeperate deed of juve nile highwaymen : - As Thomas Lynn was passing along an unfrequented street iu Har lem, Bunday, last week, be was met by a lad or sixteen, wbo demanded ' his money or his life, and held a seven-shooter within a few leet of his head. Befusing to give the money, tbe boy fired three shots, which would have" ended Lynd'a existence but for the presence of a beavy memorandum and a buckle. All at tempts to detect the young highway men and two companions who looked on at this game have been unsuc cessful until to-day, when b'j was cap tured y chance. A singular story then came to ligbt The ringleader says be was led to take up the life of a highway man by reading such novels aa "Deadwood Dick," "Double Dag gers," &c , aud Induced the others to join him. Their purpose was to leave for Texas as quick as they could get money enough. They procured re volvers, clubs and dirks, and swore to ntand by one another, pledging tbelr lives as the forfeit. Lynn was tbe first man thi-y tried. After that af fair they concealed themselves, but, seeing they were not suspected, they had just retaken to the road, wbeu they were seized by the police. They are now held to await trial. Tbey are cool, and expect to die ou the gallows. to as Manners. Young folks should be mannerly. How to be so ia the question. Many a good boy and girl feel tbat tbey can not behave to suit themselves in tbe presence of company. Tbey feel timid, bashful, and self-distrustful tbe mo ment tbey are addreseed by a strang er, or appear in company. There is but one way to get over this feeling and acquire graceful and easy man ners, tbat ia to do the best they can ail tbe time at borne, as well as abroad. Gooa manners are not learned from arbltary teachings so much as acquired from habit. They grow upon us by nee. We must be courteous, agreeable, civil, kind, gentlemanly and womanly at borne, and then it will soon become a kind of second nature to be so everywhere. A coarse, rough manner at borne be gets a habit of roughness, which we can not lay off If we try, wben we go among et rangers. Tbe most agreeable people we have ever known in com pany, are those that are perfectly agreeable at home. Home is the echool for all the best things, especial ly for good manners. so Dj be or ia The advent of warm weather brings the Indians, like potato bugs, into ac tivity, and there ie, doubtless, trouble to be looked for as will be seen from the following: Washington, June 3 Telegrams have been received at tbe War De partment from Generals Sheridan and McDowell, stating that as many men as possible will be sent to protect Hettlera from tbe EannocK Indians. The news from tbe North is con eidered very alarming. if if one A MARVELOUS MAN. Some Interesting Facts About Dr. Carver, the Great Rifle Shot. , j i A Istfidtr reporter yeHtcrday called itr.'..lrf. ' ... ..... UI-'JU LJl, ' - - - T (freat rille siiot, fct his rooaia in the ! Keren (.':ty Hoae and bad a leustby l..f. ..,1. t.lnt n mftr pnnrlMl i-7,,i, hi earlv life. He Msases a ...i.rf.,! hiBtnrir that is full enough i.i.;:.ii, ik. fr.menru t,t L....M..ma without mini? Into tbe regime of imagination or wandering frctn tbe r ath of truth. Cooper tolU .... ' some w has a writer dared to aasert a charac ter possessed of a eiill equal to tbat wiiich Dr. Carver haa proven to pos sess. Tii? Indians title biaa ""Kvil ri.iirit," o:i account of his great accu racy with the rifle. Never missing hia oljsct, they could not understand l,ow it was posnible for one to be so deadly in aim, without poaseseing some supernatural power. Carver's lifo has een on of thrilling adven tures. Captured oy the Indians when only four years old, be never had an f'i'ial among the savage tribes that taugbt bis hands their cunning, and helped to train the steady nerve and physical force that is Lu birthright. When fifteen yearn of age, the tribe heid a council, and declared bim the medicine mau of tbe entire Dakota nation, whicn position be occupied for six years, and received in that way the tittle of D ctor. After leav ing tbe Indians he went to school in a small town in Illinois, where he re mained four years. Tbe inclination being strong upon bim to return to his former associates and pastimes, he betook himself once more at the end of that time t tbe plains, and buffalo, elk and tbe abundance of wild game tbat infest the frontier. Hs claims tbe reputation of having killed more buffalo on one run, solely and alone, than any party of hunters tbat ever went In quest of like object In tbe fall of 1S6G be rescued two la dies from a small band of Comanche, for which daring be was highly com mented on by the entire Western press. He acquired the reputatidn of a phenomenal shot at tbe age of sev en years, when be was known to bringdown a blue-jay on tbe wing with a rifle. As a result of constant practice iu this particular line, to gether with his good habits, muscular form, aud unerring nerve, tbe ac quirement of bis wonderful skill ia at trlLated. ill has achieved most flat tering succe&s wherever he has ap peared to give an exhibition on bis way east. At Omaha he surprised his spectators by killing three teal duck wbile flying, in. succession. At Ietroit last week, be appeared on tbe Hamtrancack race track, and wbile shooting at glass balls a swallow flew within rane of bis unerring gun. 1 ue crowd bad become so sanguine of his ability tbat they cried oat "shoot it," and tbey were cot disappointed when tbe man leveled bis riile and brought tbe luckless bird to the ground. Dr. Carver stands six feet two in ches In height, with a frank and pleasing face. He has a pair of keen restless eyes, which give bim a won derful quickness and precision in sighting. He weighs 194 pounds and la thirty-eight years of age. He in tends making a tour of tbe world, and is now on his way to New York to take passage for Europe. Leader. INCIDENT OF THE REBELLION. - The Bawling Green Sentinel ot last week, in its obituary of Frank Sever- stock, of tbat place, relates the follow ing incident of the late war: Mr. Beverstock enlisted in tbe Union army in 1861, and was one of the unfortunate meu whose general health was undermined in tbe rebel death peu at Ajtdersonville. His death ailment was a complication of diseases which battled the skill of doc tors to hud out, but if tbe truth were known the seeds of disease which car ried him away were planted In his system during the year of his im prisonment. An incident connected with his prison life is worth relating as an in stance of tbe devious ways by which an all-wise Providence dispensed pun ishment or vengeance on one of tbe inbuman keepers of thu prison Frank, with a few others, bad secret ly dug out under tbe prison Inclosure and made his escape, und after untold hardships had reached within one day or night a journey of Uen. Sherman linos, wben he was run down with dogs, captured and returned to tbe prison pen, where he wss punished ana degraded by ttre omcer in charge, until death would have been a wei come relief. Tbe wheel of fortune finally brought him up at Annapolis, Maryland, a paroled prisoner nearly starved to aeatn. After recruiting little be managed to get a furlough home. Wben his leave of ahsei ce had expired and he was on his road back, near Newark, tbis State, a man came abaord tbe car, which waa at tached to a mixed train of freight and passenger cars. Frank - eyed tbe stianger closely and thought he bad seen him before. . There were only three passengers in tbe car, Frank tbe stranger, and another furlougbed soldier. Finally tbe troth flashed on Frank's tnlnd .He quietly sent tbe soldier to tbe door at the far end of the car, while be came up in front of the stranger and charged him with being a confederate officer In disguise, acu recently in command ovtr prison era at Andorsonville, and the very mau woo oaa punished and degraded him. The fellow played the indlg nant dodge, denied and grew ram' pant, but Frank covered him with a slx-sbooter and managed to get a dis patch sent on to Newark, and wben the train arrived there tbe Provoet Marshall came aboard and arrested tbe fellow, who proved to be a con federate spy named 8. B. Davis, alias Wilioughby Cumminss. of tbe rank of a Captain, and carrying dispatches and Information to the Confederate Government at Bichmond, the evi dence of which was found on his per- eon. He was court marshalled and sentenced to be hang and aent to Johnson's Island, for - execution. President Lincoln afterwards com muted tbe sentence to imprisonment at fort warren. Do What You Can. "Tbe woods would be very silent if no birds sang there but those that sang best." know not who said those beauti ful words, but I may be safe to eay it was no great man. Not what the world calls great, not learned, not rich, but whosoever placed them up ou paper to be read by its struggling thousands, gave a sermon in tbe plainest, truest, vet grandest way it could be told. I know bow anxious every one feels da bis best to be first Well, you may may do your best. F.ut if vour talent wiil not briog yon a hundred fold, be content by its doubling. Rather be proud that you can look back and say, "That is as well again I once did." If you are capable of no more, you, John Hmith, it need not cool your ardor to be thus spoken It helps to ruaKe a comparison between the poorer and the better. Very rarely would the world look up on pictures or wotks cf art, -if none sat at tbe easel or held tbe chisel but the world's great masters. What would you be what would the world if none struggled to be heard ? Because you can not pipe so long or loud as a stronger or bolder broth er, need you try on tbat Instrument ? xou may mate a clearer and a sweet er strain on seme other one. The world does not measure all beauties or talents alike. Why bemoan your own fate be cause others have outstrlnned von ? you gain by complaining, or by silence i can you lose by trying again 7 How many churches would vacant If every preacher should say, -l win not preach unless l can have my church filled like Beecher tepurgeou ?" If none went abroad but tbe Moodys and Haukeys, bow many places would be unfruitful. Ah ! the churches would be very silent If none preached but those who prescbed best ! To be first or nothing a poor saying by which to live. No one expects von to give your first speech like a Wiibtrforce. Every- oooy snows mat yoH nave not the bead of Daniel Webster. Should one bird stop singing because some other can be heard farther? No; use what talenta you possess. See not smiles or frowns, bear not tbe jeers or envious re marks, heed not the prophetic eay Ings of your future, and nevr mind you do not do as well as the beet. Keep doing sculpture or paint, study or play, eing, speaa or write, ano if you do not stand first, remem ber tbat the world would be very silent no birds sang there bot those that sang best. Little Home Lodj, in An- huui t'j ntrcnoiorjy. be at to In eral one the and So hat at also be like and said 'How'a yovr lioeband thie evenine. Mrs. tiaaitjra ?'. "No Improve went, way or the other'" I waa This A Female Husband. We wire never no deeply imprewtsd i witn tLe foroe of the aiUte that ; ' Iru'.l. In b.ihiieer than tioliun," tu i were lacl tvtniiJi when lisW-mnjj f Uteu.tL,t of a well-known cit I. 1 izeu tif thin t.iwn in relation to a mar- ' K?uliM ciKHtiDcai tending iU 1 i.e briaroow ! jouthf ul and ralbe r 'u l."9on, a stranger Lere, about whom bat iittte was known, ! exptlhat he tuna from Colorado, .1 li(.rA r r. rikrir&Mi.n t lib haI (iliCi It Tn.A.fl I riae wLii'ju was coneuxiiiated here I I ant fall, aud wnich cre&ted couelder able comment at tbe time, from tbe at- Tne bridKroom was a tiltminateloik- aud engaged in b'-Hiness. The bride was a young lady only 16 years of age, re siding with and under tbe guardian ship of her uncle, who was bitterly opposed to the ui-rriae. Her love, however, proved stronger than l;er ooediencv, ai;d sh left bis house one eveding, and step- pinz tcros the street to the Justice a ofllca. was united to the cbjwit of ber Choice. They resided here for a short time and then removing to an ad joining district, where tt.ey iived un til a few days aijo, when the girl re turned to h-r uncle's house and re lated to iiiai tbe following remark at.le story : duo said the person to whom sffe was married was a woman in disguise ; that ber female husband, toe night of their marriage confided to her his, or rather her eecret, Hte bad got into trouble in Colorado, was obliged to leave there, and assume tbe disguise of a man. That her ob ject In marrying was to more effec tually conceal her identity, and final ly threatened her with death If she betrayed her secret. Fearful of tbe execution of the threat she kept silent, and, tiough grossly abused, ill-treated, and at times se verely beaten, continued to maintain the ostensible relation of wife to her strange companion, until tbe latter, a short time ago, fearful of arrest for complicity iu a crime for which her business partner was recently arrest ed, fled tbe country, thereby releasing tbe presumed wife from her terrible tbrtldom. The story was related to us by the nude above alluded to, at whese bouse tbe girl Is now stopping, He vouches for its irutn, and related to us other circumstances connected with the matter, whlcu We retain at present from publishing, it 11 a strange story, and we give It aa it was related to w.Tascarora (A'ev.) Jlevtcw. A Reporter at a Baby Show. A young reporter attended a baby show, and Inspected a pair of twins. "Very pretty, Indeed," be said, With sweet earnestness. "Which Is the oldest ?" "Neither," said the mother, looking surprised and somewhat angry. "I observe," bo continued, pointing at one of the cherubs with bis pencil, "tbat this little one does not look well. I trust he baa enough to eat. "He is a girl, sir," replied the moth er, with intense dignity; "and ber diet ia properly attended to, air." "Yes, of course," continued tbe young reporter, looking more criti cally at tbe child ; 'I waa aware of that. ImisHDoke. Now, don't you think tbat the paleness of tbe little thing is unnatural ? I would not In sinuate tbat it has not enough to eat, but is the food of tbe right kind ? Now I know that nothing builds up tbe system more rapidly than roast beef. You have beard of tbe blood care, I suppose ? I would not recoua mend it in this case aa yet ; but the child ought to have a liberal supply of roast beef at once. No teeth, I oh serve, too," pursued tbe reporter, musingly ; "that's very bad indeed. I suppose the unhappy child has been brought here aa a curiosity. And he baa no hair worth mentioning. Poor thing !" He turned to tbe mother and remarked, knowingly and patron izingly, "L,et us be thankful, my poor woman, for tbe progress of science and art. Tbe unfortunate child can be provided with teeth by tbe dentist. md there are bair restoratives. We Si.7 i LS"L fm ."A" tl TV: permitted to fall to the ground on noticed. Even tbe hairs of our bead are numbered, and you may rest assured that tbis miniature representative of our truly fallen hu manity was sent here for some good pnrpote. It ia awful, my good wo man take It away." And tbe poor woman, bursting into tears, took up ber babies andTlad dis tractedly from the place. What read and How to Read It. mere is ai tne present time such a superabundance of reading matter, much of it being wholly unworthy of perusal, that great discrimination should be used in selecting our read' lDg matter ; and again what ia proper and profitable for one to read Is of but little value for othere to peruse wno are dinerentiy stationed in life. A correct understanding- cf our needs and wants must ?uide us in this. But tbe newspapers contain ar tides of interest to all, and are al ways welcome and nnobstruBive friends in their weekly visits, though some papers are much better adapted aa nocae papers than oteers. in or der to keep ourselves weil Informed we should read at least two good weeklies, a magazine snouia be added, and a fe good, instructive hooka should be at hand, that when by accident or otherwise we have a leisure hour we may study them, not simply skim ming over them to arrive at the au tbor'a meaning, but study and medi iaie on wtiat we read, tbat we may craw from thence conclusions which are our own, remembering we are not bound to give our assent to all the author writes until we see it esianuenea cy a chain or reason ing, either of tbe author's or our own Tbia will strengthen our reasoning power?, aud fix facts In ' our minds which our memories will readiiv re tain, iu reading a book it ia well to mark the passages which seem a lit tle obscure, or those we deem especially fine. As a general thing a book worth reading once is worm reading again; then, on a setond perusal, those passages which seem obscure are gen erally made plain, and those passages especially fine and worth remember- ng are me better retained ia car memories. Tbe habit of reading foramceruent alone la quite aa pernicious, aa regards training information nri atnt-in n i knowledge, as to be Derpetuallv in I pursuit of pleasure without regard toIT profit. We find an imhpellA nlrf coming upon us without a proper -Latest BuuntcuKQ I '.J cunull It. Leaner. One Source of Tramps. The Sr.icnlific Atncricanea.yB : The Secretary at Castle Oanlen immigrant Depot, rew York citv. re porta an encoaraeinir faJlinu otrio the LlRiiber of undesirable immigranta received at mis port : still tbey con tinneto come In large numbers. All are examined, and if there Is reason to think that anv are likely to become public charges iney are invited to relurj whence they came ; but they cannot compelled to to. tsitice 1847 six mllliou Immigrants have been landed this port. Most of these have be come prolitable citizens; yet very many, having no trade or profession, nor any habits or thrift, have resorted beggary, and formed the nucleus if not the rank and hie of the great army of tramps and professional beg gars tbat have become such a danger ous nuisance thorougbout tbe land. a single twelvemonth, a few years ago, aooui ,uuu or in is class were re celved at this port. Two years ago a large numuer or uanisn convicts ar rived, but their character was dis mediate return. It is less easy to de- -taper luwo wuu sic ur ttre iiaeiy to te come paupers, ana when tbey are de tected there Is no law compelling tbelr retnrn. Last year tbe Emigra tion ixtmmissioners found employ men I for over 10,0U0 persons. A Boy's Composition on Girls. Girls m tbe only folks that baa their own way every time. Girls is of sev thousand kinus, aud sometimes girl can be like several thousand other girls if she wants to do any thing. Uirls Is alike one way, and tbey are ail like cats. If you rub 'era right way of the hair they'll purr look sweet at you, but if you rub em the wrong way, they'll claw you. long as you let a girl have ber own way she's nice and sweet, just cross uer and she'll spit you worse nor a cat Oirle is like mules, ir a cirl don't want to believe anything you can't make ber. If she knows it's so she won't say so. Brother George says doten't like big girls, but he does little oner, and wben I saw him kissing Jennie Jones last Snndav. told riim of what he'd said, be lie was a biting her 'cause be didn't like ber. J taink be hurt ber, she buliowtil and run, and there a big red spot all over her nheetr. Is all I know about girl, and father says the lees I know abont then) tbe better off I a to. at IlrpTi IFFIfi RIBUH H Job Prihtins House! 3G Market Street -ALL KINDS OK- JOB WORK JOB WORK JOB WORK JOB WORK FTEST-OLASS FIRST-CLASS JOB JOB JOB JOB WORK WORK WORK WORK Uone on thn Shortest Notice, in thn Heat Stria of Uia Art, anil at Tteasonsthle Kates- -WK HAVK- FIEST-CLASS FIEST-CLASS POWER PEESSES tWEa PEESSES POWEE PEESSES POWEB PEESSES -A BPLKN DID ASSORTMENT OK JOB TYjfB JOB TYPE JOB TYPE JOB TYPE Tf pf Cf vino. rw wij . Latest StvIeS cl ajaUHJt OUT ICS JStTleS JOB TYPE JOB TYPE JOB TYPE JOB TYPE And Kmplov the Hast Workmen . it is possible to'get--WK HAVE ALL THE- OT1 and JtiUVelopes is Type Type Type Type Type Type Type Type -ANI KEEP A lALUKSTOlK OK- Paper and Envelopes Paper and Envelopes Paper and Envelopes Paper and Fnvelopes Papt: and Envelopes t aper and Envelopes Paper and Envelopes OIV IJATVIX Call on us for (Jood Work Low Prices. TRIBIME, 36 Market St by and - and and apt in The days. ton not can work iiore than l.WO.iM! bottlos of tlie now cele brated Cniur Liniment were oM la:,: ytnr. We a -rt w.Luout er ol c-valTaui"'-tloa tbat no man, woruaa or ciiiT'5 will ay that they did not perform accortilne to tiie adverti-mfriit. we do not pretend tLat the Ontanr Liniment will mea t a broc a leg or perforin im possibilities, but wc do say and m-an tbHt tiiee Liniment will eorae ueirtr workme rnirnties than any thing ever before discovered. We have Ihnu-anils of certificate mowin; how re markable cures ol obstinate cave of Klitu maiisin, Neuralgia. Hclatlca, CaKed Breasts. Poisonous Bites, ticaid and Burns, Swelled Lest and Stiff Joints, etc., have been f?e.-t-edbyit. Tne certinc-ates all read one wn. andt)ieale li constantly Increasing. We will send these certificate erati. s.me ol them may be found around eacn brittle ot Liniment. The Liniments are quiet, they are reliable, tuey are safe and I bey are cheap. Among tbe ingredients tiled are Wlicn Baxel. Carbolic. Naphtha. Kock Oil Mentha and Arnica. There is no fien, bono or muscle aliment which they wiil not re lieve and benefit. Tbe Wnite Centanr Uniment is for tbe tinman lrarne. wlnle tne Yellow Liniment la adapted to the lough muscles aud libres ot uorsea and ani mals, forstiu joints, uunenes. pnsv KlDE-bone, Sweeney, Galls, Poll-erii, etc.. tna a enow tcnunr uoinrni is wcrin its weight In eold to every farmer, livery man, teamster and owner of animals- A Hlngle bottle has pnt a disabled horse ia the harnem. and a few bottles have rendered useless spavined horse worm two hundred dollars. There is no mistake abont these Liniments. They are hi in ply wonderful. ana they are naturally nndinz their way into the uttermost parts of the inrLt. So family should be without thein. They are handy as well as certain. J.B. ROSKACO.. it Dky St.. Xkw VoKK, Children May be made healthy and strong by the use or itr. riiener a risinria, a ieriec-t substitute lor Castor Oil. it contains no morphine and Is superior to any trrup or remedy in use. i ne i;ajiurin is particular ly recommended for children. It destroys worms, assimilates the food, and allows n at oral sleep, v ery emcaclous la Croup and for children Teething. For Colds, Feverishuess, Disorders of the Bowels and Htomacn Complaints, nothing is so effec tive. Xt Is as pleasant to take as houev. oosta but & cenu, aud can bo had ol any uruggiHu This Is one of many testimonials : CoRHWALL, LebaxoX Co., FA., Marth 17, 71. "Drtir Sir. I have used your Castoria In my practice for some time. I take great pleasure In reeeomuimdmg it io the profusion aa a safe, reliable, and agreeable medicine. It Is particularly adapted to rhililre where tne repugnant taste or castor (Jii renders it so uimcuil to administer. r. A. EN UEUS. M. D, Mothers who try Castoria will Indthat they can sleep nights and that their babies wilt be healthy. l J. B. KOSK A Co Ne York. nai-lUln-IX JONES & BRO. HAVE REMOVED TliKIK STOCK OF UOOItfl TO HO. 5 EMPIRE BLOCK, ANI HAVE RECEIVED A JUKW LINE OK HATS, MPS, BOOTS SHOES AND A GENERAL STOCK OE Gents' Furnishing Goods. Call aud see them. JVo. S Emj)irc Block, COMMERCIAL BANK ! Tiffin, Ohio. CASH CAPITAL, W P NOBLE J A MrEAKLAND. i A BLAitt - . 8100,000 President -Vice President Cashier A.ss'l Ca-ibier I DIRECTOR : W P NOBLE, J A McEA !! f AND, t lit v. u a j u o a 4 v, JMKAL'I.L, 11 ST JOHN, A BLAiK, E JONES. a a Muni. Duals ix Gmmnen inJ Lal Imh ml Srcnrititi GOLD AND 8ILVEK COIN, Foreign and Domestic ExcMnge, From and after this date this bank will Issue Certificate. rfep4lt beni-lna; In terest as per agreement. I'isroim; paper 01 every description aud does a general oanaing uuMinetss. City Book Store and News Roam piiilip i'Tm:zj, DKALIS IK Books, Stationery, Notions Musical Instruments, - GERIl.T k AMKRIC15 rKRlODICAl CALL AMD EZAHIHB THE STOCK I will ahm continue to attend to my dntl Potarj Public and Collector. ty of tfty. I In any qoan PHILIP EMICF. Ayer's Airne Cure, FOB THE SPEEUY KELIEE OP Fever and Artie, Intermittent Fever, i "in mw, ateraiima rever, ..iiiTif Asnv, rerifxiieiia or s e Billans deed ever. etc.. and la II lb ajrertions hlrb Ane from ma lMrfona , niarftli, or iil&nuiatlc poiMODH, Has been widely nsed during the last twenty-live years, iu the treatment ol thee dls t rear In diseases, and wilh such unvaryiiiE tmccem that It baa trained the reputation of being infallible. The tlllftkeM. or rhilW tin l.wvbAn 1L do not retnrn, until the disease Is con tracted again. Till ha made it an accept ed remedy, and trusted specific, for the rever ana Aeneottne west, and the chills Eever ot tne Uonth. Ayer's Ague Cure eradicates the noxious poison iroia uieine system, and ler.vcs the jiuueufc uis wen as ueiore tne attack. It luuivugmjr trieiB luo uisease, SO tliat 11 o uvcr i4iinpiainis, Hnenrnatisiu, Neuralgia Dysentery or Lieblllty follow the cure. In deed, where Iiisordera ol the Liver and noweis nave occurred from Miasmatic ruwgu, ik removes tne cause or them and they disaDDear. Not only is It an n..t..oi cure, bot, li taken occasionally by patients -vj w uini.i va, ti. win eApei tne poison protect them lrom attack. Travelers temporary resldenu in Eever and Ague localities are thus enabled to defy the disease. Tbe General Debility which is so to ensue from continued exposure to Malaria and Miasm, has no speedier remedy. Kor Liver Complaints, It Is an excellent remedy. PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Jla., Practical and Analytical Chemists. Sold li all Dr"'ioi".ts and Dealers Medi:inct. GOLD. U Brent ebance tomabe ney. if yon can I void van earn rot arreenbiu-kH. We .rrd swnoaln every twn take ann. scriptions ior me laixest, cneapel and bet Illmorated family publication in trie world. Anyone can become a sceneaKful agent. most elegant works of art given free to subscribers. The r rice Is so low that almost everybody subscribes. One agent reports making over 1150 In a week. A lady agent reports taking over 4lu subscribers In ten All who engage muse money fast, can devote all your time to tbe busi ness, or only your spare lime. You need be away from homo over nlgbt. Yon do It as well as others. Kull particulars, directions and I6rras free. Klecant and ex pensive outfit free. If yoo waut profitable send us your address at once. It costs nothing to try tbe business. So one wbo engagta fails to make great pay. Addreni THE PKiJi'LLS lulHNAL," Portland,' Maine. nr.TMy in of oi . two fur and by ha been far law Logs ! WANTED WANTED.! Walnut, Cherry, Hickory, Ash, 51m and Sycamore Oak, !.l. ! ALL KIM'S CUSTOM SiWIHG And take Saw Loss of all kinds at ?ocd prices, iu eiehange ; will also ex change oa! fencing and lumber for Kim Saw Lot?. All kinds of BUILDING TIMBER Hawcii to order. Apply nt nice to GWTKN'S Si MILL I Walker's Addition, Tiffln. ntS-Tin-tf WM. GALLUP'S Jewelry Store has been Removed TO Gommercral House Block, Market Street, Where will bo found nil the LATEST PATTERNS OF FINE JEWELRY At Prices to salt Everybody. Give ns a call. JUST RECEIVED -AT- ROB'T SULLIVAN'S A SPLENDID LINE OF Ladies' Misses' k Children's WALKING SHOES, In Kid anl UorL for Sprins and Summer ear. Also a Ml Line o Gents' Shoes In Enckle, ItuUoned and Lace Cut, and AT VERY LOW PRICES. 'nMom Work and Rrnnlrlnr m Don t iorget tho plnee. KOliKKT SI'LT.I VAX. 317-t No. 2 Kin ii re Block. KING'S GRAY HAIR. ZZ:2 'f !J- - the AliUii-jtAtii ilLiDZ rani a ia Hk" Curj Hut uy :i the A vi;::osia tlikt Kin; mtds. . -m. J i .ii ' 1J L(;c M..U1 Vihf wa iMIU V ft lio ikiw ha rsvrn loort.tbcvsy. V i xl"-" ltm' ,,i0 curt- uuii my TiJj 'a Uic Jfullcn, hasilscrce and pay. kw A 'WT.o nivr 1 Thia ia th P.-.rwn,Tr!io,bytlic it; itiirrn.-a uw L-iiV. To the nun once bald and trrar, , Hut who son fcu v.n luclu, the. ay.. . . - Ji,- Keesusc ce us-J the Curt1 that lay Syi.''- In th-i Amuuosia that 1LB" made. ffVl This i.-, tbo Bell that riEJJS 2wy L. I ' flt vTo aroose the rsHinlc sid and enr I 11; nt o lilts Ihi-t, which here does lay fin you irouot net oc tx:-l er ffray. frn. c inc ajibkosia iiiit litttj niacM COKPOUliOEJI AT THE CUEUICAL LtEQRATQRf or 33. T-JZ. '' U XiX33 dis CO r-iH-cirrocs or Tallf TTaivsrsal Pin Ersiicaior, MANCHESTER. N. H. Eor Sale by f. F. SIA BftriRDT, Deoierin Drugs. Medicines. Ksncv Good Wall Paper. Window bliadi.-s, ttc Tiffln. o Sffi s-t'. , co in:irnv-u inc maa once caia ana ilia llu ust the AiUixlA tiul King ClaOae, FARRIERS LOOK AT THIS 1 THE PATRONS SUPPLY STORF Tiffin, In addition to keeninir a Fnll Line I GKOrKKIfc-S, HAKDWAftK kekdh! every aehcription, are now selling tje msoisu Kurti and HUB manufactured at Fremont, Ohio. BAVilLLvy UAKVEtlKK, witb Automatic Wire Binder, and Minnesota Man Cord Kinder Attachment, five mnertni sijim el Tars Plowt. Check Row and Drill Corn Planters, for one and horses. Loomis A .Nyman's Htt-el and Plows. Gale Chilled Plow. Victor, St.Jobnand Keuaiagion hen Ins 9v rhinea, ete. Looa to yonr interests and examine onr Xo, 3 Xat. Hall Block. "A" C. C. PARK. Agent. Petroleum V. Sasby" in the Toledo Blade. Among tbe scores of preparations restoring gray hair t it nmrui n.inr picducing new hair on head aenuded sue or otner causes. Ring's Ambroia ranks among the best. The writer of these has hair of the "color of the raven's win!;, aud nee. Is nothing of the wrt, but seen men of seventy, whose locks had silvered by a;e, made young again so as the hair wa concerned, by this splen did preparation. It will, beyond ail ques tion, give lile and color lo the hair. It con tains nothing Injurious, and actually per forms what its inventor claims for iL We know the firm of E. M. Tubbs & Co., and knowthein lobe gemieim-u of honor and probity, boe 'titeinenls are a-uilhy of c'lntidtuce. at GE0. H, HUSS BOOk StOFG LOUIS' STONE FROST I:i llr UHjt A'ilTIl? All Kinds of K,r youri and ol.l. Fine Sationery, Albums, Tocket Books TfW And Everything In tbe Holiday ' 1,1 nc. Tictures a Specialty The FINEST ever brought to the city. Don't fail to call and be marte happv a very little money. iit.O. K. lluaa. for OLD, TRIED, AKD TRUE. i-ple are getting aer;uaintod anil limn w ho arc not ouht to be with the woiuit-r t ill Rt?rUi that i:n nt Aitirrfran it"mi t h MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AST) BEAST. Thlsllnlmont very naturally originated in Ameri ca, where Nature provides in ber laboratory urlt surprising antidotes (or tho maJailica of h rchU tin a. In tune baa been spreading fur 33 jenr. am LI now It encircles the habitable globe. Tbe Mexican Mustang Liniment Is a matchless remedy for all external ollrucnU of man anU beax. To stock owners and farmers U Is lnralnable. A single bottle often saws a bumon Ufa or r. ctorrs tbo O-sefulncii of an excellent horse, ox. cow, or sheen. It core foe -mi, hoof aiU hollow horn, grub, screw-worn l, tltoulder-ru, ircnifJ the bLU and stings of poisonous roptikrs and Insects, anil every sorb drawback to stock breeding and basU life. It cores every external troublo of homes, rach as lameness. seratcUes, swliiny, sprains, found wind gall, rin bone, etc, etc Tbo Itfxican Mostanx Liniment Is the quickest cure In tho world for accidents occurring in the family. In. tho absence of a physician, such as bores, scalds, sprains, cuts, ctcan! for rhrtim tbmi, oad niflncss eageadereU by exposure. 1'ur. ttcniarly valuable to illaers. It is the cheapest remedy In tho world, for it penetrates the muscle to the bone, and a mntcln application Is nenerally suilicicnt to cure. Hex Iran Vustar.g Liniment Is put up in thn-e sUesof bottles, the lurgvr ones being proportioa. a'.-ly mHi tlteeii-a. X.M every wberc "HEADLIGHT !" JULIUS KEISSLIXG -HAS OPENED A FINE- mm In Eeney's Block, Washlnston SL, and will keep the bar stocked with the Best Brands ol ALE, BEER, 1VIXES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, Etc. All lover of the beverai are Invited to ca l, a we "tndy to please." Cold LnnchfM. Nand richfs, Etc. Seived at all hours and on short notice. N. B. Johnny Roller has been eeaged as clerk, and wouid like to uieetall i his old friends. Give us a call. JULIUS KELSSLIXG, Ile.idlishf. til IR&fe&s And MANTKLH of American and llallan Marble. ALL KINDM OK BUILDING WORK Done to rrr at prices aa low aa the lowest Works on Waaliin ton street Wire Bridge. nia-U-tf NEW LIVERY ! Clias. Jlntsclilcr Has purcLxd the Liverj -Stable at the Commercial IIone Ham And aks the pnMIc for n share of patron i: Kverythlng is new In tbe bam and tbe public can alwars get Good Horses ai.d Fine Ve hicles, At Reasonable Hate. Cail and sec the new arrangemeiiL nDtr of re-buuuu. Tribune Office For all kinds of JOB PRINTING prices to suit the timea. liolo ton's Patent ilUJ. It OYIiD SHEET - IRON ROOFING, Mannfflchired ExPressl; for BLO Wal& BROS., Solo Agents for Seneca nciti' the ciii:apj:st axj best woy J2QOF II A li f h - ' ' ' ' " 'v . r it ail rmnbineil. No Xoik Xt Kiwi-. No So: vw liners nnn ii;r'Mii- teisi:i!;in asel ilirouii tliisRoorincr. ' ' ' '" &SA r. - ' , t ia-cl ,J" '. - r I Tj hr -s o CO a CD P C2- o o t3 -d o o It Is ensy to repair in c te of a- cMent. teavin no possible chance for leak or dec . This Roofln beini .1. . . , lis omnectiuiis.i-aiinotLe torn oil oy the Mtioa ol higii winds storms or hurricanes. The ratiliniTsS.V?. 1' )olnleJ alt other ronis have been ovorcoiae 1-v i lie irii.nt.-. r.i ti... iinniin. i -."... "lV.! sounds which are common i.. .... - i . .. .. . ...v .. .... , v. u v., 1 1 1 ; r-it-i i tin Whtu in v.;-.ut of eithe: a . r ar,.-. uirmiou. Caii at otirsU'-re atirlesp.tiiJne the lii.irku, PLOWS ! TIIn, IEON OE SLATE T?OOTT- alilyan.lgetprlLVs. We eon guarantee you a better quality of Iron Roorlns- than .n mauarr ol potUn3 on S lar better it, all respects. Tsample K,t , T.TjJfs tlpt fa L?k PLOWS ! ! PLOW S ! ! ! PLOWS ! ! ! ! used There arc a tUm;sar w:m. ot a plow, y wni ueai comparison with uiiyilnn.; in the plow line.so when yon want the best v.m havTonlv toTT L.T.T., . l"e. ?.?rSl:Y. .hUenc I and one reasons whv even- fiirnipp shoni.l lnv ti,A Rr?v.si Tirr .. u.n ....... plow, you have only to .n those who are using them and not dealers "or manufaurer. of oth"r makaa. riA1" ,a rya:i kve.y T::ue. Ca 1 and s;et one on trial with any other plow, aud be convinced to i! W kaow lo BETTEK WOKK than any other steel or .-.-. - - ..... n .. ur.i 11M3 uiii e nave mm ou e mini ton al iur Tanrihim, iu -i- i.. o.. ... J .- otltCcouu'y- h:C-' W - -Vyth,SS fa .he blSDOTrl7en5 and get a "B1VAI ' Also theSuegey Harvester n;h one-haif the gearing oi Six Diffgrsnl Patterns cf CuIWo I-rlO-IXTHLXl. X CALL AST) EXAMINE TLTE5I AND GET PRICES. SELLIXG AS LOW AS 2m t Tmnif-Fi's Oolfars .ill Buy liie Best Steel Hay Rate in ffie Market. All ollit-i iri!'!' .:i nrt del on a farm always kept in stock. Would Im pleaseI a have all h., i ... and exsn.lne. whether they buy or not With TtrnVks f. st pWrone'" W'",l ,,Uplm',n,,, ,nn" We remain respectlully yours, k"'i.ib BLOOM BROS., Tiffin, Ohio. NATI OlSTAr, EXCHANGE BAF- Tim, OSfSO. 3 it in, Capitol tirp?!i.-:, .H'iOfl J. I. LOOM is;. J. W. CHAMKKKLIN. ;i. KKOT, - - Resident - ' 'ashuT. ;.'t Cashier H.Uom A. n. Hover. i. M. Nsvijjf, K. T. STIlKSg V DEALS IN J. . Looh is, A. H. S.11ATI:, K. W.M,ivii and Local Bo-ids and Sccuriiirs QoM and Silver CcId, Fcrtlsn ana Domestic Excliause. tit. lssnes (.'KSTiyiCATFSnf 1)KP()';IT hoi-. log Interesi: idsouuia iiiper of every de. scriplioii ami duii a General Uiinkln Uusi- nebs. LMITl PMES GEO. H03IAN, Proprietor. LAFAYETTE STEET, .FA li TlIK Jt. d. V. A Xl v., S. .1 c. i: no An nr.rrjTs, tifhx, n This Hotel has been newly famished snd refitted mid atlords coniioruihle acroiuhio datinnslor tho traveling community aud boarders. Ttrruf, O., April 1st. PCS. iKo. KTJDEK S FRET t ARUiA:e Hit'rMTi'Re.i. USRU6ES, ifioas to t m a s. - t:;rd i f I V r.r l:is..: lo or! Use 13 gssl Maieiia And onr Work Is Dl to the : tl In tr: M.TSfct. SARVEH'S PATENT WHEEL And i! olnr Iste and vuluahle Improve- meutK. art- ted In the inanii!:u-tire '! .cr Vehlciea. We purpose always to ni.iiiaiac tare Latest Styles of CnrrinyeA And defy competition, both In t h.'iiws guJ l'ut'Miiiiity. 2X?lIBIfG PE'iMITLT A7TZ5JJ J!! TO. Room and Shop on Maiket klrc.:, n v shleof Hnndnsky Klver. Juuel3.l671.-tl Kt'HEH A KhKY. NKW l(M!ar wdmw 1 1 Cor. Washington and Perry St 0i, ; TIFFIN, O., Entrance on Perry Street. Mapur1nrai, Mule aod ertrythint b th Mylfr, aol at rea.juale tatU-M. OiJ frt Oivf roe a rail. n?T7 U W--I MM Kit WENNER & CO. Jrfferon St., Tiffin,Ohio, i Have on band a lirre and Bro trtork 1 Carriages, Bogies arid Wagons, j WE.V5FH Co. Tiffln. O JOB PRINTING rn Short N't! jtritrs at ti.". aiu- K i aid st r-tlr livln? j 1 5K2 I909i I 1S73. Drug & Wall Paper Store, NO. 4G WASHINGTON STREET Has now in store a New and Elegant Line of SPRING WALL PAPER CMS DECORATIONS, CENTERS, Fresco and Datoe Borders. J ALL IIK.M Tlr llL I'ATTEIM AT LOW TK1CKS LOW PKICEM -ALSO A L.MM1E 8TOCK OK- Window Shades, Shade Fixtures, Picture Cord And I make it a specialty in making np Win.low Shades from the Latest Patterns, Very Cheap. !jlf ss, MMLl, CfflCMS. BIE STUFFS Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical Use. Prescriptions carefully Compounded hj competent persons only. J. V. MAEOTJAEDT. bESj rss -"iV- Va Is- i T ARE TH!: fGAN'G PLOWS! ii i 4 nav' i J I .1 IO SIZES. I i r -. i--ri- TS . ' -r FINE AND CHOP qualities, . TOLL DiSCRiPTIOM NL PftlCuS GEN D YCL'H AD0fcS3.T0 , COLLINS a. CO. ; - 212 WATER Si NE'rV Yi Kerry. -AT THK HALL CLOTHING STORE Vint will find the largest Htork of (J.h.Ih in the city. In the liifejit Sprin" and Summer Styles. Hi DOMESTIC CiSllEBES. WORSTEDS. 7 1 And O00.N of all kinds. I Invite all who wish the Best and latest tyl, and bast t- tliir; suns, at I he lowest piuible prices, location ueaud tbey wlllnud tbe Latest Ml yl of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. man mum. FIEtiE (illOS. JiAM KAITI'KiK-IANii DKALKKM IM Dim fid ciiiTc (t crvrM mm rno mm IflllLUU OUMt) Ul 0LU1I I ILuLu 1 U II CUJ IU DressiEg Case Suits, Full Marble, for $60.00. UNDERTAKING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. -DKALKIW IS- CONFECTIONERIES iND GROCERIES lue CANDIES and y UTS o all Varieties. Staple Creceries, Hams Ciicice Cigars and Tobaccos of all Kinds Warm Meals or Luncli at all Hoars. Tiffin, Ohio I A V I II -S KLfX-K'. WAHI1ISOTOM ST. OJ-tOll I'OlKl' MolMtC.