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ATTORNEYS. LANG A ON. VTTuKNKVSATI.AW. Ijiiik Hot'-e r.l.jek. M arket street. -i iflln. . C. W. BACHMAN. TTI1!VEY JIT HW. Ofn.eover National l-veiia'tr- Bank. srttei- of VV aslilii't,i ami Market Mwb, Tittm. o. Not. 12. 74-ii;. kK.ITKI- II. k C. B. H. C. KEPPEU A1 TTol.NKVS AT LAW. lfl,.e in lllell I'l'M'k, op-Mettle lil i o'trt i intii. o. RUSH ABBorr. TT'vrv AT LAW. Offv-e in National 17 'I'f. L'v -i. ei ;--.::ik li!. k. Iitiin. J. F. H-JX. AT LAW. O'W in N,!i..iti 4 TTKNKV 1 . K.v'-lt.-uH-e I ,nk Tiflni. . . P. MiKI.K. I-. - ArM. N03LE & ADAM J. VTT HtN I.Vs AT LA IV. Sihk.tM.I Hii.ii. . k. ill ;j-i. GEOrtGE t SEKEV. TIKi:V AT LAW. Ti.-lin. :". nirwr Main mimI f'-rry M'"1' Mi;, 9. McCAULEIT PEKMItlCTOI. VI TMKMiVS AT LAW. Tiffin. "..i". i iellM-4imrl Moilse. Itllie lu. FRANK UlLOINE. A -If.lKNKV AT LAW. Otti-. ill Miller's JX !I,K, W j-tim -!! Street, tpslle the I 'Mill IJll--e. a--i. t. H. RIOGELV. A Tl iKN'KV AT LAW. Tiffin. Ol.i,.. ('4iir1 HMit. v-rt. 2. Ik. I. ALFRED LAN DON. A1 TTUKNKV AT LAW. (inin-iniirnm I IV n- l.li-k, nroriy i-Htii miiiii-fiiti hik. jiidu. otiufc April li. ik;i. A J. RUES. N'OTAKV I'l hi. 10 AMI M.X'Ks.SOR To A. H. to ,n' h'lrr I fi.ir-tii' Xv -! . 'I li tl-l mimI I-! twi 'oiit'ani-- f-l--iil.-il. isolicil-i a iWllliiualM'-l T Ik Imvim. l-iiii'tl t Iiih ir-d - t-wr. UXUIil iy NOHI.K. SKIJtoV It. NOBLE A LUTES. 4 1 TIOKNKVS AT LAW. Tiftili. o,i.. iiiii- JY 111 IIV Blf-k. irr I. li-.-.' Sli-ri. fjjitiHil4- SatHHiaJ HitH l:lNk. Mu :. ';4-u3i-i. .H-kT N. L. BKEWErt. A1 TTOkNKY AT LAW. Si-i;il it:-iilin n.f, to ail kinds k Minlar lainis. ftisu-k uiv. K.M.UIV. 4V',ku. I. ofli. in S-uimi:i) 'KK'ii.ti,-:'- Ktitik !ai-k, ,ji).ii the 14UH li.,u-et 1 lillli, OiH. Jan. MEDICAL. H. B. MARTIN, imVSlrlAN AMI St I'.liKON. Old., .v,r 1 Kendall VJ,Hry si.hv. Muk-I Klre,i Usi,l,ii,-e at Mr.. I ifi'i, Ml.-ii SIr-l. ii mi ;;. W. H. STOVER, nOMIPATHIC I'HVSK'IAV AMI SCK i.KuN, l illiii, Oiiio. om.-liinirs from lu 10 A. M.. Mid Iioiii 2 l I. M. Natnr.lays Iroiu lu A. M. I .1 V. M. OIW on-r flues' HitiH M.rte. April II. B. F. HITTLE. M, D., OK ALLK.NTOWN. IA. OKFK'K over Kireliin-r ti Borimilh'-i On.ry Store. h"CiaJ Htl-iili'ili uivu l' female -liwM--i. hfeak KiikHhIi anil Ifermaii. Ni;lil calU an-swei-4i at lilt ,t!li-. WILUAM J. CRAWFORD. M. D., ICLTU" PHVSiriAN AMI SI ItOKOV. J llnuikfill fur palronatfe (iiirinx He ,:t-I seven yearn, uii Kill eont'iiiie -rve I lie public in all liriuiclK-s of Hie M. lir:d I'r.il.i won. Kesidence and i.ni. N'. a iviry Sir'e(. tMoiliMirs w-st of Was!il!iKtli. A UK. 17. 'X'ltf. J. P. klN'KAMAN. II. k. HKKSHISKU. DRS. KINNAMAN HERSHiSER. OFKK'E flVKK XKLKillS UITHIXi Slore, WraslniiKUu street, are ready lo Ml -lend Ut all eails day and mlil. S-t-ial atteu tiim paid I., the treatment of the ili-wase-r of feiuaJeit ami rhiliireu. Ofir4 hourt from h to 10 A. M. and t to 4 M. lir. Kiiiiiimiairs resi deine, liiwiilleld Strwl, near H-idllHrf ril-les-; Or. Il'-r-.lijw-r'i, lirsl d.or ei of Vin-?-hii;'ft More, Wtit Madi-w.n Slr-t. DOCTOR WAUGAMAN, OCt'LIST AMI AI'ltlST lia just r.-lnni. .1 from a visit to tin 11, rentals if Ihi.Ioii. Talis and Sew Vork. UuiK. Short and Weak Sit-lit ("rre,le.l It y the aid of Kreneh Tri:ii olass,-. iirit r. IIoi ks- A. M. t,.i r. M. 21 Midiwa Street, Tiftia. 0rh. DENTISTS. DR. P.J. KINNAMAN. I KM IST. TIM- IX. OHIO. Or r II K over IJ VolaiH-rL KirehnerV 4'lotinii; siore. IHC. 3, I Hit. DR. J. W. HAVF0H0. St' K(i ICA I, A Ml M KTH AMI A 1. 1 IKXTIST , Ofltce on Wshinou Street, over Hnss' htiok Store, 1st d'MH lea,llll-; 1,1 Ir'rees' I'hoto uraph iiallery. Tiffin, Ohio. DR. J. W. MARTIN, TEXT1ST. Office over 'iiniiercial Jt.uik, J liniu. Ohio. Ail oienitions lirsl-class, and wt.rk warraut-il. Laiiichin; lias used for the painless extraction of ueth. Work done at an low a price as c&u lie had lsewhei-c, for first -class work. HOTELS. TIFFIN HOUSE. (' KIXZKK, rrmtrtetor, Market Street. Tif ! tin, Ohio. The house has lieeu thor .n;iiiy overhauled, ha ;(mkI stahiiu-;. and is prepared to lurnisli the travelin; ptililic with all necessaries In k'mm! stv. Real Estate AXIi COLLECTING AGENCY OK P. HUDDLE. OFFICE-0.r Hubbard's Dreg Okie. Store. Tiffin, Iteal Estate Uikeii for Kale on small routiiiis si.Hl ; also, lu exchange. PROMPT ATTEXTIOX CIVKX TO COL LECTIONS. ABEAl'TIKCI. HOME of :a acis-s. situated one mile south ol Clvdc, Sandusky enmi ty. Oliiti. ACHES of timlier land ; 01" a mile fn.m Oli the Haltiuiore &-Ohio railroad, two miles east Iniu lesliler, Wuuil county, Ohio. 9Q ACKES WITH EXTRA IMPItOVE 0 litems : limestone soil, situated two and nue-half miles north of Kepuhlic. Seneca county, Ohio. Terms to suit purchaser. ifvfk ACRES, two miles south of Chicago TVA Junction, Huron count v, Ohio. Well iiuttnived. Terms t, wit. pnrcliaser, or will take nod business 1niierty in part payment. AKIXE Bl'SIXESS PHOPERTY. CONSIST IXit ol two lots with larue store tituldiii);. warehouse and barn, situate,! in the village of llttijo, Crawlord (s.unty, O. Ecell, nt i,k.i tiou tor a biisiuess man. Will be sold very cheap. IOT Xti. Ua and eoxasi feet. Xew house : J live rtH.ius ; fniifs of ail kinds. Situated 011 the south side of Adams street, near the 1'.. S. & C. defNit. l'rie reasonable and terms easy. Owner wishes to remove to Toledo. 81 1 ACRES of well timbered html, situated in KJ Hardin county, Ohio, seven miles north ! Kenton, tut the Bianchard river, four miles west ol Patterson. It is all river IkiIIoiu land, inexhaustible soil, and timber sufficient to pay lor the land. nOCSE AXI LOT OX EAST STREET, in the viilagfl of Republic, Seneca is.tinty. OI110. Oood, stibst.-utltaJ fraute hiuise, painted white : blinds on doors and w indows. Il.irn, wood-liouse and cistern ; (ticket irout ; all in the best ol order. Price, Suuu 11 XB BRICK RESIDENCE OK EICHT nsiitis ; barn ; three, lots ; a choice lot of f mil ;. well and cistern ; 110 repairiu; neidetl. Pnierty 'ittrally situated in the village of Kepuhlic, Seins-a county, Ohio. K'AACRES. three miles from Tiflin.of which U 1JU acres are in good cultivation; bal ance fine timlier. Ruuiitu; water, stn,nted by a No. I spring ; two on-hartls, !, bushels of wheat harvested lit IsTs. Will sell for the uotuiiial sum ot f L'.5o .-r acre, 011 ri-asonahlc time. Q 1 M ACRES, seven and one-half miles north e 1 of Tiftiit. All river bollom and hl.uk walnut soil, ftl acres under line cultivation. Excellent apple and (-each orchards, frame house of five rooms. Large barn. Liviut; wa ter luliotli bouse and barn vaids. I'asli will buy this lann remarkahly low. Also 32 acres of No. 1 farnting taint, with e,Md orchard, and within the iiicorjMrated hunts. A Kieat ban;:tiu t,i the purchaser. IIVE ACItHS OK LAXll, SH I At El) OX r Kilhourn street, Kepuhlic, Seneca county, Ohio. Two and one-half acres iu orchard, and vine of the best grafted varieties. Small lruils 'il ail kinds. House nearly new, with six HHJI14S and paiuted 111 Die iti.ist lu.uleni style. Kant. Wood House, Sheds, cisteni, and .ill the uecessary' out-buildings. Oihh leuces, lju picket fri.nL Tliisls a rare opportunity. Price low and terms lo null purchaser. 1 7 ACRES OK WEIX-IMPKOVEi I.AXH. 14 i known as the Heaton farm. Situalisl three miles north of Tillln. and one-hail mile west ol Kreiuoiit roatt 111 the northwest rorner t Clinton township, of which l.r acres are un der rood cultivation, and is cpial to anv land in tiie county for the production gruu"; bal ance Is well timlx-nsl. CimsI orcliard and litnlUittgs. Two liever-tatling wells, and all other conveniences; Is convenient to divide inlo two farms If purchaser desires. Prie low, and terms to suit the purchaser. Address, tr iit'iuirc of P. Hl tmt.E. till TG-tf Kcat Estate Agent. Tittitt, O. Sicli Headachei PocHivvfy Cured by imm um run. Thrr also rfllvl si a, lnairrauon attut Too liearty tatiue. A erfect remftdy Utl Drowstness.llAdlaMt In lite Mouth, it3 1 Toiirue. Fma la Uiel lute the Bowel mod i orevent Constiufttiun l mt and atott to ukc only i pill a dw. I hokA by ail lmist. CARTER MEDICINE CO., PropH Erie, Pa. rrn or Tor one dollar. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. In BAVKKi rrrv. '- N'ortheni Hj-.ni.-l ot Oil in, ss. ATTIKFIX IVSAIO IMSTRICT OX THE th day of November, A. II. Is7. The un dersigned hereby irives notice of his apiNiiiit nient as Assignee of Henry L. Kendall, of Tif nn. In the County ot Seneca, and SUUe of Ohio, withiu said District, who has been adjudged a bankruiit upon tils own petition, hv the District C"-irt of the Lulled Slates in and lor said lis ,r'cl A.G. SXKATH, As-sil-'iiec. I is I TIFE IN TERMS, S2.00 PER YEAR. TIF FIX, OHIO, THURSDAY feS EVEXIXH, Jill Jj U 1 JlL XOYEMRER 2s, 1S78. YOLUME :;i-XUMI5ER 1). ; TIFFIN TRIBUNE LOCKE & BROTHER, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. OFFICE, 36 36 rMST FLOOR. MARKET STREET. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING : 1 1 : : : i TO AOVERTISFRS Tki Trib bit rq,r cifx-iUtiofl tfca I he combined antrir of iy ing sjbicribr; 1j an THRE ppr i the Count- hoxa-fidk i llU I I.A i ION. - - i:,Ht. TKI: MS. On' y-r 1.1 ... . iii"tiilis. l ': '1 (ir-- in'tiiT li-.. ' ''-ill-. Si lV LPTKKi: 'll.u 'l'i i ii :u u.li..r li.mc nicdiiilti Ii:ih imi NiitM-ri.tr. It li:t a liiri! iinUiioii. an' is ri'Hd l a liu iftv. -n- rrtfi'lii- las it -l. A'l--i'ti-iii-iil srll as low a, in am lir-.l -fia--s :ii-r. - THE LOST ECHO FOUND. At the ilam-ii'-t to Pii.f. at His;l,laml I'aik. I'rof. sha (I ray, I!, -.on'i re:l the following pm-m ." fn Hie et-iitiiri, ai".. As ms1t(- slori, ,!:;inl vhow . hair K'-li". JttiioV in-ani is nini.1. Whs li:uiihed fnn.l lie- OlMn),i,--.liu.l l-".,r liavnii uJiis-r- ihi tin tlnon A i, 'I tiliiiu s-,-rl-. not herouii : IhMniu-d never more to s'n-ak a hot. I. K-t,-et eaeh last one that slie heat. I. W itlt wirronini! heart she ttrst le:in u want!,r in the reiUins of man, Stiiaaue -iiiit ill the vai'ntitt a.r. Now I.M.lii in (win sylvan lair : Now sh'.iiiiiti on the trarkl'-s. Inii. Or inoaiiin-! iiv I he solemn rill- ; Iiiid Iain-hill-; at the waterf ill. Or liioekiiiK al Hie wild bird's ill. A life no laniriiaKe ean ,1,-line. ielween the liuiiian and divine. Mll Ion; have soil-i,t. hill ll'-'-:' .,in,,1 This j.ikt,!-; il:tai;e ol a sound. fit if now Ion-; live in ouiel joy The i,Kde-t sa;e of llliii.it!,. Who. far from aneieiil haunts of J'aii, Ay the hine leaves of Miehiifail. lias first of all the hearts thai soni-iil tier. eeoed tiie uily inaid and ean-;hl her. And Itroke tlteertiel spell tltat hmii; AriHind tiie mysteries ,f lier toimne. And taui'lil her w,Hidrons arts thai reat h Beyond Hie Mwerof Itiiiii.-tii spi,t-h To'ntler secrets swiflly s,nl Kn.in continent to continent. And hriiiK auain to mortal ears The Ion; lost inusic of 1 he spheres. Those early harmonic that run-; When inoniiiti; stars t;elher suti-f. All Itleiiiliiii; in theniystictone Ol Hie ccle-dial lelepltone. Mr. Pepper's Wife. HOW HE SHUT HER UP. "Mrs. I'epiier, I lahor under the ini prwsion that it is hif;li tiniP you were Kettint; hreakfxst. As my furmer hoiisf-kti'iier umlerstoiHl all my wishes in regard to thcsi: things I found it iiums-essary to tfiv- any onlers re-se-liii; till-in ; Imt w ith you it is dif ferent. As you have never not a meal in this house, of course you know nothiii-; of the relations of tin house hold. "In the first place you will make a lire in the kitchen, put on the kettle, etc; then you will make a lire iu here. That done, you will cook the l.reakfast ami liiili'; it here, as 1 have always lieen accustomed to taking mine iu lied, and do not consider it necessary to depart from that custom on your ac count ; hut should you prefer it, you can eat yours in the kitchen, as it is (icrfectly immaterial to me." This occurred the morning after Mrs. I'epiier went to housckecpin-;. Mrs. i'epiKT was a sensihle woman; she in.lile no reply to Mr. IVper's com mand ; hut as soon as her toilet was finished, she left the room, and silting down in the kitchen, she thus ruminat ed: "Make the kitchen lire: Yes, I'll do that. Then make ii lire iu the Ixsl rooni! I'll see to that, too. Then take his breakfast to his liedside! J list see if I dof And then Mrs. 1'epiK-r sat and thought deeply foi a few moments, when apparently lia in; arrived at a satisfactory conclusion, she proetisled to business. Having k,L o. ui,o tin. kindled in the kitcnen, she carried out some eoal into Mr. I'.'s apartment, ami Idle t 1111 his stove, havtiii; ItrsL ascer tained that there w;ls not a spark of lire in it. That duty lierformed, slit next ureiiared the breakfast of which she partook with meat relish; anil af ter matters anil things had lneii set to rights ill the kitchen she went down town on a shopping extedition. Meanwhile Mr. 1'epi.er began to grow impatient. He "laliored under the im pression" that the atmosphere iu his room did not grow warm very last ami he liegan to feel unpleasantly hungry. eeniii'' out from lielund the bed cur tains, he saw how affairs were with re curd to tin stove. Something like a suspicion of the real state ot allairs lie gan to uawn upon ms 111111:1. in; lis tened for a few moments, Imt all was still almut the house. Hastily dressing himself, he liru- cceded to investigate the affair. He soon comprehended the whole ot it. mil was wratlitiH at tirst; tun tie com forted himself with the retlection that he had the jtower lo punish Mrs. J, and he felt IkiuihI to do it, too. Alter some search he found the remains of the breakfast, of which he partook with a gusto, and then sat dow n to wait for Mrs. C She was a long time in coming, and he had ample tune to nurse his wrath; while sitting there he thus soliliK-uicd : "That ever 1, J'hilander l'epei, should lie so treated by a woman, too, not to be lielieved." 1 can't lielieve it, nor I won't either, lint she can't escae, that's certain ; if she should, lny reputation for dignity would be forever gone! For haven't 1 told Suite inon Simpleton all along how I was go ing to make my wife stand around; liow 1 would shut Iht up, and fied her 011 bread and water, if she dared to say that she would do it T "A coy little argument, Mr. 1'eje per," said a soft voice behind him. Mr. I', start ed tip, ami there stood Mrs. 1. right ln'hind his chair, laugh ing just as hard as she could. Mr. 1. put 011 a severe look. "Sit down 011 a chair, madam," said he oiiitiiig to one lie just vacated, "while 1 have a little conversation with you." "Now I should be pleased to know why you ditl not oU-y my onlers this morning, anil where jou have Itccn all the forenoon 'f "Where I have la-en this forenoon? Mr. 1'epiH-r I have not the least objec tion to tell you; 1 have been down town doing a little shopping. 1 have purchased some lovely napkins; just look at them," she, holding them up demurely for his inspection; "I only paid a "dollar apiece for them ex tremely cheap, don't you think so?" she added. Mr. Pepper was astonished; how dared she turn theconversation in this way was a mystery to him. Suddenly his Itottled wrath broke loose. Turn ing tieively ilium her he said: "Hetsey Jane, you disgust Hie; you seem to make very light of this matter; but it is more serious than you im agine, as you will liud to your cost presently. If you do not instantly beg mr pardon in a submissive manner, 1 shall exert my authority to bring you to a projier sens. of your misconduct, bv iiiiprisoniug you iu in one of my chauiliers until" you are willing to promise strict obedience to my wish- . e es: At the close of this elottit'nt ami dignilied sieech Mr. l'cpHr drew him self up to his full height, and stationed himself lief ore Mrs. IV ready to re ceive expressions of sorrow and Nni tence; he had 110 doubt that she would fall down at his feet ami say "Dear I'hilauder, won't you please forgive me this time, ami I'll never flu so any more!" And he was going to say, "IJetsy Jane you'd U-lier not," but instead of doing all this, what do vou think she did? Laughing him ri-iht in the face! Mr. Pepper was awful wrailiv. He siokf in a voice of thunder, and saitl "Mrs. IVpper, walk right up stairs this very minute, and don't let the grass grow under your feet while you are going either. You have liegun your antics in R hI season. Mrs. IVp jier, but I'll have you to know that it wtm't do to continue them any length of time with me, Mrs. Pepiicr. Again command vou to walk up stairs." "Well, really, Mr. P, it is not at all necessary for you to speak so loud I am not so deaf as all that comes to; but as for walking up stairs I have not the least objection to do so, if you will wait until until 1 have recovered from my fatigue; but I can not think of do ing so before." "Hut you mttst, Mrs. P." "Then all I have to say is this; you will have to carry ine, for I w'm't walk. Mr. T. looked at his wife for a 1110- ; lip-lit V it II t he 1 I'Ml ilri s!l- ! ;M!I ny-iitl. Ii- tlmi'lit thinks I won't . it f! in tlii-i . ; I -lit stair, sin- lias to u. cam !i-f -so here 't :. .I'.itishui n! : to Iinii :it li i in to himself: -.h' . : A h..x-s to J'et it vv iil ii'-t i!i: up if 1 ilo h.ive to .in. I takin mil ! his l,i"!v iti his linns. I.- i si.l!l ll.'lll till- s.t" isl.Wti.i!! of s.- -ill s.itviy IosIltsn! in liir priso.i. ! .!: ImI! -Yawi ht-r in. In ;.itio..s :: t! mi l-ln-ai I'll yo;it!i on tin fi'oiil iloor ; st- to ;t;t'ill ! -.tl!irs atil aiso s tiiat Mr-:. 1'. ili'l liot i-s:ir; aw l t!i"ii I lit UtiMk liiiiis-f to a I't-sta'iraut for : Lis iliniiiT. aiiil attr !isji.nhiiii; th:it. Iiiin icl oil to hi i o;!i '. an. I w.n s xn : t n.-rosx-il in l.u--iii'-ss. Aixiiit tin- liii'l'l!'- of t!i" :''t'-nioo:i. our 1 1 1 1 1 s.-ntii:il rii-jii-.l into tin otlict, aa'l s ii.l. ini r stoiinf to t.tkr-l.r.-ati,: ".Mi-. IvjijH-r lia l ln-tt'-i I .lit iioiii.- as fast as In f in. for that uoiuan what's shut ii ji ! in.iki!i' an awful lai kft, i'.ii.l ,ln- lx- tt-ai iiiif ai'oinul t!i-r-. ami raitliiitr thiii;.-! t h ciistis-inuist kiml. .::. I si,, I-:...! si.lirtii." n si.l.u- 1 1l.ii.-r,,,-,,tl., li,.-!, I ,!,.-,, L.,.,u ul.i.t ; sil i 1 1 ill; Ik. It hoiit waltl!!-; to h::.r more, Mr. irii.-.l off liolue . I', seize,! his hat and 1 at a most tii-'iiilietl ttaee. ( lM'iiinr the hall il.h.r he stole up i stairs as carefully as possi!.!.. and ae ! .lv in his eyes to the keyhole, he U--I held a si'-lit whii-li iii.i-ie him fairly l-oil ith ra-;e. I Mrs. I', was sitting in fion of the i liie-p!.l,-e. 1'ea-lill his love letters. The me vln- was eii:M;;is in p 111-111'; at Ilia p.n t ieiil.u' moment, was I1..111 a I Miss "o!i I ii 1 1 1 1', -,;-. who It appeared ! had 0111-e ,.ikei favoraltly o.'i the suit I of Mr. 1'.. Imt a moie tiasliin-; lover japeaiiii on the seen.. Miss I'olly I sent him a letter of dismissal, proiui:; I ill'; her 111111x111-; friendship, aeeom- lain in-; the ftame utli a !o -k of her hair, and some walnut meats. 1 Cut it was not tin love letter alone that made Mr. P. so outrageous. 11 j had l-c.-n s.iiu-thiiigof a traveler iu his j day, ami ha I collectisl a great many j curiosities in his rambles, which he j had lt xisilt-. in a cupboard iu the j verv i.m. m w here he had comiiied Mis. P., and she had got them. She had split up an elegant writing desk with his Indian bat! ie-axe, iu or- d-r to have a lire, as the day was rath i er chill v. j Oaa'small table dose to Mrs. P . was a beautiful llat china dish w ith 1 I -car's oil, in w hi-h she hail sunk Mr. I'.'s l st sal in oil cravat, ami having liretl one end of it. it alfordtsl her suf lieieiit light for her labors for Mr. Pepjier hail closed the blinds for a bet ter security of the culprit. On some coals in front of the lire was Mr. P.'s silver christening Imwl, iu w hich Mrs. P. was Kpping corn, occasionally stirring up the tire with Mr. P.'s tidtlle, for he hail with com mendable foresight, removed th" shov el ami tongs. Mr. P. comlescii led to peep thro" the key-hole until he had obtained a pretty correct idea of what was going on within. Never was a Pcpcrso liretl as he. lie shook the door, it was seciirc- lv fast en. -d within ami resisted all hi elforts to ojicn it.it is to lie presumed that slie preterred till coliseipicnces. .Mi". I epiM-r darted down stairs like a mail man. "1 must put a stop to this he thought, "or I shall not have .1 rag cl it lies to my back." Procuring a ladder, lie began mount lo the bed-room; but Mrs. of to P. was not to Ih- taken so easily, knew that he had left the thiol' She un locked, lor she had examined it as he left; bin she had no idea of letting him have the beiielit of her lire; so hastily seizing several large bottles of cologne, she threw the contents on the lire, ami in a few minutes hail the satisfaction of seeing it entirely ex tinguished. That duty is i foi ititsl; she left the apartment, and locking the door, site stationed Iterscll in a con venient iHtsition to hear everything that transpired within. Iu a few moments Mr. P. was safe iu the apartment, ami as soon as lie had closed tlte window', he stood bolt U)- nght 111 the mi. Idle ot the i.m.iii. an t said in a deep voice: "Jezeliel come forth!" Xo answer. "Jade, do you think to escape?" Still no resmnse. MK P. Iicgaii to leel uneasv, ami hastily commences to search the room ; but he hail not pro ceeded far when he hears a slight tit ter ill th' vicinity of the door llo listens a moment, ami it is reH-ateil. Darting to the door, he a. tempts to oh-ii, imt he linils liimselt a prisoner. There is one more chance, lie thinks, ami hurries to the window; but alas for Mr. i'epiier! his w ife has just re moved the ladder ami he cannot es eaie. lie sits down oil a chair an.l looks ruefully around him, and presently he arises and picks up a few fragments of a letter which is lying on the car-iet; it's from Polly Piiinrose. He wonders what she has done witli the lock of hair. At this moment his eyes fell uikii his daguerreotyiM', which is lying on the table before him mechanically taking it up. he opens it ami sees what? Nothing hut his own face. All the rest lieing rubbed off, and around his lovely phiz is the missing curl, and the walnut meats are carefully stowed in the corner of the case. Mr." P. fairly hliihlK-red aloud. "flood!" thought Mrs. P.; "when you find vour level, 1'il let vou out, and not till then." "A little wholesome discipline w ill do you gootl. and I'm fully prepare.! to administer it. How long Mrs. lVp(cr kept her liege lord 111 durance vile, tli Htiieiit saith not ; and as what passed letwcen them w hen relieved from 'captivity, we are uninformed, but of this we are sure, Mr. Pcpier might have lieen seen a morning or two afterwards to put his head into the bedroom, anil heard to say in a ims k manner: "Hctscy Jane, 1 have made the kitch en lire anil put on the tea-kettle, won't you please get up ami get breakfast ?" ' I I I Cards and Calling. It is quite ;n e.t sy to expres.-, a feet Im-cding in tiie fashionable per-for- malitics of cards as by any other meth od, ami, perhaps, indeed, it is the safest herald of an introduction to a stranger. Calling hours vary, beginning as, early as twelve o'clock. Insmall cities from two till half-past live o'clock are the hours preferred, however. When a lady announces herself as lieing "at home" on a certain flay every week, it is not courteous to leave cards w ithout going in on that day. or to call iixm any other day. A lady who has no day will endeavor to receive callers at any time. If she is oct upied, she w ill in struct her servants to nay that she is engaged. A visitor unit admitted in to the house must be seen at any in eonvei.iciice. A lady should never keep a visitor waiting without sending dovyn to see whether a de lay of a few minutes will inconve nience the caller. Servants should In instructed in all instances to announce to the one waiting that the l idy will he down immediately. It is never necessary to deluge a fam ily with cards, (icntieincii. as well as ladies, when making calls send in but one card, no matter how many mem bers of the family they wish to see. if a guest is stopping w ith a friend the same rule is observed, but one card should be sent in. and that one not turned down. If not at home one car,' is left for the lady of the house and oil" for the guest. Should it be the first call of the season, a third card is left, folded down the middle, for the other luemliers of the family. The question is frequently asked which is the projier end to turn down. In the t'liitcd States we do not give'to the cornering of cards that significance which some Kunieaii nations attach. When the lady's reception day is en graved where it ought to Ik- on the lower left ham! corner, it is the right hand, ami that should lie turned down, otherwise it docs not matter whether it is the right hand or the left which is turned. There is absolutely no par ticular meaning attached to the turn ing of a card across either the right or the left end in America A of to turn it mnl causes the leaver of it to lie liable to the suspicion of having sent it by a servant. It is quite jro)ier that it should be understood that cards left in crson. excepting those left on re ception ihrs. should lie turned down across one end or at one corner. Adam Shoemaker, a number of vears ago. came to 11 iiutiugdou Furnace, and seeing there, tor the first time, a pair of snuffers, he asked: "What's them for?" "To snuff the candle," was the re ply. The candle just then needed atten tion, and Adam, with his thumb and linger pinched off the snuff, and care fully ioked it into the snuffers, say ing: "Well, now them's handv." (Charles Mackay in "Special Notes.") FASHIONABLE SLANG. How Genteel People Allow Their Conversation to Be Debased and Disgraced. 'Mia; ilir; r.ssji mis of !an 01M fiiijit;. ihiiisi-!v iiitotln-i lcarriverol l:L-.sial I.iiKlish is a mult of mir in:hl- ni iii.iiiin-r. w liii li is iiiin-h to I (It I'lortsl. ami against wtii!i the leatlers of society s!i((itl.l set theiuslves as iv- olnlely as they lo ajraiiist other hr.-arli-; -s of iletiiriilii ami ol lnaiiuei s. The nljfar anion; the iniilille aa.l ii.jx-r el.isses atfst exaggeration in their ex- letiver,. "Very .Hi" an4 "very lia.l"!,n .lie iiniases iii.u are er seiuom neaio ha in; Iks-ii sniiersiilitl hv siieli words!" as "art fill ami ".Irea.tfi.l. A verv pretty "irl is an mrfnlh pretty j;irl, or a tlit'trtfiUtj line woman, iliif 1 . .11. .. .. ... I. I I r 1 II Koi-eiiy. .mi I. u.a.e hi... le....... a.s ri. V"' "'" -.. -.'l'i.- ..o ..,.- their manners ami language are at some times "airfnllii joll-.." at other tim.-s -ihmilfully I aired. "I w as at an inrfnlla nice dinner p.irtv last night." savsoiie. "Vou should see the new farce," says another; "it sm-reumiivjly funny. l am going down to Uright on next week, savs a third: "it ls so jollv I iv the brinvi" While a voting la- dy aeeeptinga li-.i'jaet from an admirer sue graciously acknowledges the gltl with the words, "(Ml, thank vou so iintich! 7'..-.' Airfnlly Ta'. It" is an i other cli.il .K l eristic of the present time that young !copIe at least in company or the ordinary current of conversation never talk of "friendship" or "love." Those old words are antiquated, and it is almost as contrary to good man ners to mi-".lion theln as it would lie to sHitk of the commonest functions of nature. Fashion often disguises what it ha ; to say in this resect under syn onv ins i-k-rivcd from the gutter. "1 am mrfiithj tfti'-il in general s.iciety," said a lady of title; "but 1 enjoy "myself i mini us) I n among my jifi." "He is a great ally of mine," saitl one memlier of Parliament to another, as if he were atrai.l ot U-hev nig 111 friendship and Imth to utter its name. Love fares still worse than friendship in 1x7s. .leuks is aw fully xj"tni iiihiii Miss Jones." savs one. "Well," replied his couip.iaions. "she is an iiiiiiii-inrly line girl, but she has no tut. "I can I un derstand." says Snob the first to Snob the second, "How a fellow can go siHuntitt'j almut a girl that hasn't got a M-nny to bless herself with; ami Snob the second replies: "Nor I either. Neither can 1 understand hovv that oirfiil ass (Jones or Kobiiison, m the case may 1-e) can sjumit alsiut his own wife as he does after lieing married two years." Two words de rived from the stable are constantly heard from the mouths of men who may have studied at Oxford or Cam bridge, who 'nay hold commissions in thearmy or navy, 01 U high iiithe civil serv ice of the crown, or v ho may oth wise rank honorably iu the estimation of the world and society. These words are "groom" ami "form." A fashion able iievvspaier, noted for its excellent caricatures of the notables of the day, writes of a lady, whose name shall not Ih- reicatcd: "Slie is fair, and splendid, and has a profusion of hair, which she Ui'tim in the plainest way, without fringe." "I.ook at that little jiy," sis a viilgarinan iu a ball room, "how nice ly she is iimjineil." "Form" in the stable signilies a state of health and general condition of a horse. The word is of such moderi: acceptance as to lie unknown not only to Captain irose in the last century, but to the compilers of Ilo! ten's slang dictionary, published so lately as ISi'd. It is no longer confined to the race course, to Tattesall's or to the stables where it originated, but is constantly employed to convey the idea of fashion manners, customs ami jnilite observance. It is not gootl "form" to arrive too late to dinner, to dance with animation, or to applaud heartily at the oiera, etc. It is good "form,"" however, to call a hat a t He, a child a , money ., a father a rtlitving offvxr, a mother or wife an ultl tronwii, a cigar a tiveit. clothes toys, a ixx-ket handkerchief a irijie, a cravat a vhokrr, a shilling a tioii, Kri't a jxniy, etc., etc. That man of sujierior culture, by frequenting low society should pick up the words of their associates, is intelligible, but w hen out of such society they should rcieai mul Lo !roud of' tUo vulftririly which they have caught as they would catch fever, is no more to be under stod than that a igeii'.leinan should like to lie considered a costeriuoitger or ac-himiiey-sweep. All Original Dael. Old Col, S , of Wisconsin, was an It I genius, queer coiiiHiund of of comic seriousness, llcplete with jokes IhiIIi original ami selected, he was not slow in hatching them up, and dealing them out in small doses on different occasions. One evening, at a party, a young gen tleman, iiihiii whom the Colonel had told some cutting jokes, feeling him self insulted, challenged the Colonel to mortal combat. The challenge was accepted. Having the choice of w eapons and the apiMtiutinent of the pkice of meet ing, the Colonel told the young man to repair, the following morning, at six o'clock, ton certain s;mt, and added that he would see that the weaiions were there. The following morning, at the :i poiuted time, they young man repaired to the identical spot (said sKit lieing among the lead mines, was, naturally, furrowed with mineral holes.) "Well, youngster," said the Colonel sticking his hands in his iockfts ami ejecting ii siiiertluous quantity of to bacco juice from his capacious mouth, "are you ready?" lieceiving ail affirmative, answer he continued: "Here's where we are to light,' indicating a shaft near by, which was sixty feet deep; "and here is our weaiMins," pointing to a pile of n K-ks, "you are to go flown that hole ami throw rocks up, and I am to stay tip here ami throw rocks down." It is needless to add that the chal lenge was withdrawn. [From the Chicago Times.] Pyramidical. It was the fashion anion;; "party or gans" some years ago, in view of an approaching Presidency squahlc, to ar range the names of the States in the mauiier of party pyramids. Such an arrangement of the States at the pres ent time would. exhibit the following interesting party divisions: Northern Pyrl-niJ. OHIO. IOWA. MAINE. KANSAS. NEVADA. ILLINOIS. VERMONT. MICHIOAN. COUIRADO. NEI1RASK.V. NEW YORK. M I X N Est IT A. CALIFORNIA. NEW JERSEY. COXXKt IltTT. RHODE ISLAND. PENNSYLVANIA. M ASS VCHI'SETIS. NEW II VVIPSHIRE. Southern Pyrjinii. TEXAS. OKKIiOX. FLORIDA. INDIANA. OKOROIA. IICI.IM . .missoiki. ALABAMA. ARKANSAS. KKNI l'CK V. LOC1SIANA. DELAWARE. MAR VI. AND. TENNESSEE. MISSISSIPPI. WEST VIRIilMA. NORTH CAROLINA, salt 111 CAROLINA. Fare From Cincinnati t.i New One Dollar. Vor. The competition in eastward bound passenger rates which, it is asserted, have Ik-cii secretly cut for three or four months past." have finally forced prices ilown to the lowest figure Known for years, lliursdav. in i incniiiau. the Atlantic c Cireat Western an nounce New 1 ork and Philadelphia tickets at SI each; Pittsburg .i7.1, with fares to some common jsunts 111 Oirioataiiomiiial sum. Pan Handle rates to New York and Philadelphia have not yet lieen reduced lelovv S-". but this line will, no doubt, follow its opponents with decreased charges. Tickets sold at these prices are rebate tickets ami simulators have no opxir tunitv to take advantage of the reduc tion." All agents rtqiort g,Md sales to dav and know nothing of a return to former prices. "Julius, if a pair yf chickens cost ten dollar-!, what w ill a t;ir come to?" "Yv ho Knight em "What yer ask flat for?" "'Cause if mv wife bought "em, I co'd t.-H yon what they'll come to, iiiighly quick." "What?"" "Two xt pies, ami a fricassee." "Look heali, my cullered frien", don't you come your ci renin nainbiciit jokes on dis chile, or he'd broke yer jaw short off by the handle." A rifle team A g.mgof house-breakers. ) [From the Sam Francisco Alta.] FOUR DEAD MILLIONAIRES. Peculiarities of Men Who Rose From Poverty to Vast Wealth. i- , i.: ". ,'. wf .!.......;... ,i The ile it!i.sii.-v t!i: le;iiiniii-; of the , year, of four i'e-:.ei:ts of Sm Kr.iu ; ci.-j'ii, renite.l to l (iitili.--it.it r.--.. thiis" : of tin-in leaving eai-li a:i istate esti ' maleil at more thaa ,' I ".'.suissts ! some rein. irks on th 'ir e.irier. Ail f i theln li:-;.iti life i:i poverty; Hot otieof i t.'ieln in. fie his in liiey liy lil-re luck, ; an. I .ill wen m-!! coiisiiiemiilr alie ithe :tVHiii-re in luisiiiess reiaitat ion. lloiikhlS. It-ese all. I Cotton h:l.l iliillls- , lait, an.l Imsiness eap.icitv. an. I . ,i;,i ,.,.., i, .,i,:,0 ...,. fond of business for the sake of business. with a strong sense of duty, a dislike of display and of any participation in jHilitical management. He was littetl to thrive by prudence and thrift.avoitl ing everything that looked to him like sjn-c illation, but not to undertake great enterprise, such as the Central Pacific was at the l-eginning. Colton was a very different in tn. He Ngisi life as aa otii.-choliler, was a natural litieia:i. and was fond of participating in public in (veinents and influencing men about him. lie had a natural liking for seculatiou. and made many investments which would never have found favor with Hopkins, but he was much more careful than the average s-rulator. He eiijoyisl the siM-mling as well as the making of his money. He was proud of his mag nificent home, and was the only one of the four that had one, Hopkins dying before the completion of his p.ikicc, which he built rather as a sense of duty to California than to gratify li s own taste. Like th.' others, t oltoii had an exe.-lleni reputation for fair dealing. It would, we imagine, be no injustice to Michael IJeese to call him a genteel miser. Ile had a genius for lending money. An excellent judge of men ami a hard thinker, he carefully studied the investments offered to him lief ore accepting. It was his rule to relv exclusively on his own judgment, and never take a large risk ineivlv be cause of a iMissibility of large gains. Ueasonable certainty of a moderate price was, in his opinion, the first re quisite in a business transition. Af ter he h.id .acquired his tirst million he liorrowed largely, and noliody knew better where to borrow cheap or to lend dear. He provided himself with a good stock of available securities, from w hich he could readily obtain money from ieople who would not lend un less they could obtain their funds at very short notice, llelo.ine.lat much higher rates. It is said by those who ought to know that he lu:ule :?jiM,oao annually on liorrowetl money. He paid several visits to l'!uroe, and sometimes indulged in little luxuries; but his expenditures for ersoiial en joyment were generally less than those of men with nu iucoiii.' of .sj.oo-i a year. His only gift of money for a public puriKise in his lifetime, so far as we know, was that of $::,ikl.l to pur chase Uelier's library for t!;e State I'niversity. He could make himself agreeable in company. ! W. S. O'ISrien hit 111 t!!i.-lann 1:1 capacity iu any r.s-.ct, an I in t In ordinary course of events lie would never have made more than a moder ate fortune. He owed much of his great success to genial manners. As a gtMkl fellow he had lew siiierior.-t. He always had a cheerful word for everv- body, and everyliody liked him. His jiopularity contributed much to give a start to the house of Flood & O'lirien, and lie was fortunate enough to lie as sociated with men whose siecial know ledge and talents raised the firm to princely wealth. He did not liother himself much in the acquisition or iu the management of his wealth; it ad ded little to his enjoyment and made little change in his tastes or associa tions, ffe was to the last the same plain, simple-hearted man among his old friends as 111 the earlier days. Hopkins obtained much of his wealth from (ioveriiinent subsidies; but in re turn he heled to built! i',000 miles of railroad. Colton helMtl to build "no miles or railroad. O linens wealth contributed to erect one of the linest buildings and to found one of the wealthiest banks in the I'nited States. Ifee-- cm .left many good l.uil.linKS. llopkin.-, O'ISrien and Keese were childless; Colton leaves two daughters. [Correspondence N. Y. Tribune.] THE SOUTH CAROLINA GAME. Mr. l.rady, of the Kingstree Star newspaiier, is a young man about town intimate with the managers of the election, and a fair sceimen of the young men of this place. The ,S7r "has lieen one of the bitterest sheets in the State. Mr. Urady is from the up country. He has lieen in Williams burg county only at tout a year, and is a young man of small mental calibre, and could not jiossibly have influence iu any resicctable N'ortliern commu nity. I found in the Star for this week many paragraphs which illus trate the character of S.uthcrn coun try journalism. In describing the re joicings of the Kingstree Democracy over their victory last week, it said, among other things, that the crowds visited the house of Mr. H. II. Mon.on, a colored man, chairman, I ltclieve, of the Republican County Committee, .and invited him to come out ami Ih; killed with his party, an invitation which, the editor says, he did not ac cept. The same journal also gives a lively description of tlieoverturningigi election day of the I'nited States S11 iervisor of Flections by the white Democrats, the throwing of the I -ox on which he stood in the street, ami the pushing of himself down the Court House steps. The article represents this to have lieen done by voters in whose way he stood. The true ver sion of this iK-rformaiice, w hich is to lie judicially investigated, I shall give it another letter In-fore I leave Kings t lis-. 1 was fortunate enough to form Mr. Brady's acquaintance last evening as we sat together In-fore the lire in the common room of the tavern. Of course we talked very little about Nilitics, but discussed the crops, the prices of lands, the healthf illness of localities in this an.l adjoining coun ties, anil other subjects that a man looking for a pkice to settle iu the South would le interested in. Some inquiries almut the taxes led to others almut the political future of the State, and I asked if there was not danger that the "liadicals" would again get possession of South Carolina, and make its government as extravagant ami corrupt as it was under Oovernors Scott and Moses, remarking at the same time, that the bare ossihilitv of such a thing frightened ieopte avvay from the State. He replied that a Kadieal success in the future was imiiossihlc; that the Democrats had carried the State this time ami would always tlo so here after. "Why in this co'unty," said he, "that has never gone Deiinicratic since reconstruction, vve beat them bv ivnt majority." "How" ditl you do that?" I asked. "Well, some of the niggers voted the Democratic ticket, was the reply "I5ut the black ixipulation out outum- oei s ine w line, noes 11 not ; " )!i yes, two to one." "Was there much excitement during the campaign ?" "No, it was very quiet. There was no trouble except here am! in Sumter. You ought to I.ave been in this State in fs7U to have seen a lively election." "What was the trouble here during the last campaign?" "Oil, not much; we gave Swails ten days to leave and lie left. Kvervthing was quiet after that." "Who is Swails?" "He is a nigger from the North from Pennsylvania, I reckon. He has been State Senator from this coiintv." "What had Swails lieen doing?" "Playing the devil with the niggers; making insensible seeches. "Was he a ncin of influence aiming them ?" -Yes. he could do anything he pleased with them." "What effect did his goingavvav have on the negroes?" "It broke them up thev had no lead er any more." "Will he come back ?" "I recken he'll Come back to settle up his affairs; he has proiertv here. He's a right smart fellow." "Was there any other excitement in this county during the caniaign?" "No, nothing that amounted to any thing. The Democrats atteli.hsl all the meetings, vou know, and asked for hr.lf of the time." "Was it accorded to tliHtn?" "No, the liadicals ditl not want to divide time. 1 think they genenillv broke up w hen the Iviuocrats auitear- til. 1 never attended a meeting out- si.Ieof Kiii'r.str anMoii't know alH.itt it." "Wliat the tr.iiili!- u'i in ter?" :u- "I e ieve a l-iiio. rat w.n sp.-akin; ami a l:.-wlii-:i! s ii. it was a it 1 lie ainl jot kn.H-ke.1 iI.ivmi. There was soiuethin ; .if a riw. !ut ;io!ks!v :ts kill.-.!.' After t!ii.4 the e..n v,i s n i.m turne l to other m.itters. a'i'l p ilitns were imt re - ferreil to a-raiu .lm in.' the i veiiinir. It w i.i oe seen t:;:u tin- mtoriii itioii one ri.ts fr..i.. .1... i...t i..r..r i.i. ... iiii-'i uini IVlil.- pUS on politiral s.ll.je. ts here is ....... itutT (IIIIL1-, I'll', I I ''111 mi- ) T . 1- men given in this letter, it w ill a!. le ; dtse..yere,i t:lt there I- no attempt t. which the lie ...-iiv me m ini tacts or wincii me i;e-, piioiicans complain so oitterly. They I Were not allowed to exercise their coii ! stitmiorul right ie.usah!y toasemble. j and their le:per in this 'county "was given ten davs to leave, and he left." - Z. L. W. THE PERILS OF OUR YOUTH. Peril for our vouth! Yes. on every u.iiiu s.u.itt, me prince 01 darkness, is; not asleep. The prince of the iwer of the air w ho wt.rketh in the children of .lisolhslieiiec has not forgotten to en slave souls. He works to-dav and w ill work until the hosts of the Prince of Salvation have arisen in their might and vanquished his forces, and he un derstands their iiillueiiee. The gilded saloon, the low d.ui'-e house, the iutoxi- t c it mg glass, these are agencies which i he employs, but they are not the only ones, lie does not take the babv Imv f ....... i,io ,....tt....- j .,,,.1 ,.,l- 1.,,:. a drunkard hi a day or a year. He d.k-s iet take the b.iby girl and wreck her in 1r.1l am! phvsic.il life in a week 01 a mouth. Tnis work must be done gradually, am; so he goes into our home circles. He puts up a wall lc tween brothers and sisters lietween iieigliUirs ami friends. He puts into their hands, thus separated, the poison of a false sentimental literature, lie tills tiie mind with bare imaginations. Ile tuitis the Ihivs out into the street to liud aisociat.-s and yokes them to fellow workers in sin. lie turns Un guis into the parlor ami ina';es dolls and simpletons of th-iti; makes her. Iiefore she is out of tier teens, before she knows herself, talk of the latest fashioirand the last engagement, the coming marriage or tin last divorce so horrid or so perfectly splendid and, having done this le has prepared them to wreck the young man in the saloon and the young maiden's life in a deso late lionie. This is the work. These are the steis in peril. Not every one may take all these steps, but they turn in this direction. I need but brielly refer to the lu-rils of a spiritual character which beset our youth after litis consideration of mora!, ji.ilili.--tl ami social perils before them. No high spiritual life can be built upon the ruins o a moral and physical nature. No high x-rceptioli of spiritual truth can lie received by a mind or soul morally or physically de based. If we would see our youth trained toward a god-like character. with a true spiritual development, we must lay the foundations iu their phys ical ami moral culture, t 1 is m a cor rect ix-rceptioii of moral and spiritual truths mils tleiM-nd every advance in Itoth national and individual life. This, then, most clear! v demonstrates tin necessity of a knowledge of the perils previously considered. Nut upon the character develoiied under the influ ence of all these dangerous tendencies will lie built some kiml of a spiritual and religious life. Hence the apietite we liud to-day for materialistic phihis- optiy. lite soul ot man makes demands that must 1- met in some way. If not in (iod's wav.then in Satan's vvav. If our habits in life, conforming to the impulses of a carnal heart, will not yield to the influences of the Divine word and the Holy Spirit, then then1 is created in that verv fact a demand for the teaching of the so-called science of to-dav. Toward such materialism our youth must drift unless hindered. I ih ii such rough and barren rocks will their spiritual life by wrecked 1111 less thev are saved, and that salvation is alone in Christ. The religions life of a p.-oplc deter mines very largely the kind of civil and national institutions which they themselves enjoy ami which liiey iie .j'teatti to their successors. It was the sterling character of the Puritan ami Pilgrim w liw-h gave New Kngland its solid foundations. It was the liccn tiotis priesthood which Idled all Fra ice with formal religion timing the middle ages which has served as the basis 111 on which the manifold revolutions have reared themselves, which have so sadly rent and torn one of the fairest lands u I miu earth. Illustrations of thi fact almitnd throughout the world's hislorv ancient and modern. It was the sterling characters ileveliqied by such earnest Uible teaching as was given to the world by IIuss, Calvin, Luther, hiteheld and W esley which has lifti-d civilization out of the des- iKitic ignorance of the middle ages ami brought it to its present prosierous condition. V e need then to see to it everywhere that the youth of our land are profoundly impressed with thesi declarations ot historv, that sound n-- ligious life and character must lie at the foundation of all true success, whether national, civil fir social. Ami they will not be so impressed unless we iHiint them to these lessons from hislorv with our own hands. In the education of our vouth we can not af ford to overlook the fact that material istic philosophy and libeialistic theo logy are jMitent influences in the for mation ot their character, n ith all the tendencies foand iu our social. inilitical. business ami moral lite we can exiect notliingeI.se than that multi tudes will in- drawn into inese danger ous religious currents unless strong enough influences are brought into ex ercise to change the whole nature ami awaken the liner moral perceptions of the soul. Irani a young man or a young laily from childhood to enter tain a low" regard for moral principles in every day, practical life. in business, in society aiid you have no right to cx iect a vigorous religions life ami ex liericnce. They can not Ih- found. They will not be f 011 nil. Business ami pleasure, social enjoyment, ami social duty are erfectly consistent with a lirni religious character and strong spiritual life. But not unless correct moral principles are brought into every day exercise. The young man or woman who is trained to hush the voice of conscience over little things in every day life never can attain a correct religious character, ami the greater probability is that the deep re ligious wants of the soul will U- stilled with the husks which fall from liberal theology, or f-oiiiielled to accept the still more barren teachings of material ism. To any mind these are the natural tendencies of these things, and these are the perils which arise Iiefore our youth to-day. Perils arising from a tendency to disregaid civil law and honorable principles; a strong reganl for material interests which lead the soul away from Ood; arising from a regard of the edicts of society rather than Divine law; arising from" an edu cation in which the basis has not Uen the Bible, true science nor sound philosophy; arising from an attempt to ignore Christ's teachings ami follow the theories of luei;. find grant that we may understand these things in time. A ship, in lieing built, by accident had a small pebble left in the hull, lietween the stays next to the outside planking. Tiie vessel went forth a thing of lteau ty to ride the ocean. She weathered many storms; but every time she roll ed on the wave that (lebble rolled back and forth in its narrow confines, cut ting deeper antl deejier its way through the proud ship's Imttom. For years and years in the Pacific, the cor.il in sect had lieen building her house ami home. It at length had nearly reaclnsl ibe surfiic-e. The ship sailed across the unseen reel, ami ine weaKene.1 uinner ami me coral crasiieii lofeiner, ami tne old ship foundered in mid ocean. Thev seemed like little agencies, but the ruin was complete. These ierils I have in- ilicatei! niav seem fe--t.il-. I, tit maiiv a noble life has In-en :ec!:eil Iiefore half its days were gone liecause these dan - j-i-rs were unknow n ami unheeded, it is our business as ministers, paren-, te;R-ners. ;tiariliatis ami triemis to know of these dansers. and to (rnide them into noble lives liev oiid them. A'er. t A. Stone. After Mercedes" death Kins Alfonso i:Lssed every moment not alsoiiitelv needed for business of Stale secluded in the E-surial, sj-endimt many hours iu the vaults and declining to see any one. His table was always set for two." ami he would remain ic-ipin? at the vacant chair iipposite him, lianlly toucliins a morsel of foot 1. It reo iiiivd the earn est representations of Lis family ami Ministers that this seclusion "miiiht bleed popular discontent to indiu-e him to return to Madrid and resume his audiences and public apjieai-.inces. A Teutonic limine of sjieech '. St. Loiiii Jijiti nal. I j ! ' . THE PERILS OF OUR YOUTH. BEAU HICKMAN AND CANADA BILL. i I j I I I Canasla Hill oi.e time w is passin; i tliroii-;!i WiL-IiinoH on t:is way to Xew Voi k. aft.r a sin resstnl -r -iai'lin j trip on the si.-ain'ooals of the western i ami southern r:ets. Tiie t!ion-;ht struck him that he woti.il stop and set- i ' 111 ' ,n,,n ;ls Iteau Iliekuiaii, tii.- irreat ii.i;. then fa- i i'Ii-vit t-ii-kster. fin- two sirts luet on tae steps of th' hi).. man in- i.l utoi. uiehlill.l h.l I U-ell Unit- , . . ..... j "i'".',1"1 ,,( ' ,, I "Is vour name Hickhi i!i. pir.l?" i:;-..,.i.-.l 0,11 ... .. 1.1 . , t 1 - VrV' '""'"v ,,,i,'- , V - , , "le same. sir. V, ,-o.e hand nngat 1 ti.ne me 110110: 01 pressing.- return ed Hickman, thinking th.it liis new ac quaintance was a in-w ly-.iri ive I west ern Int-liiU-r of Congress. "The hand you grasp. p;r.d."" it-spoiid-tsl I.iii. "is one geiicrail v know 11 as lie ing more able to de?.l 'cleverly than fairly. I. like yourself, am one t.f so ciety's razorst tops. 1 am " "Canada Mill, by gum!" "Shake the mein'H-r two liim - for 1 I'm gl;id to see v -nt. Hickiiia:i." "Hovv long are yon going t 1 sto. iu 111 town? icpmd off a.-n uaiiit nice ' press! y to in ike V.Ctr "Are you known in this city?' -N11." "Then I'd turn you to g.xtd a. II w lunch money have vo.i to v oi.llt. nture 011 a sure thing? " "(Ot J.i.OINI." "With you?" "ltighi here;" an 1 Canada Bill piiiled forth two huge lolls of bills. "How would you like to turn that In to sii'.ino within the next threedays?" "Name the job. and I'm vour man." "li! W e'll take a drink;" ami llick- lliail led the monte-tosscr into I he ran I room of a fashionable sample-room. The next day. a genteel, solemn-looking man entered the gentleman's par lors at Willard's hotel, which were Idled with senators, congressmen, ami oltice-seekers antl holders of all grades. Ile carried a small iiote-imok in his hand, and as he approached ea- lt group he would Ihiw ami s.ty: "tieiitlemen, I am coiiecting money for a widow laily ami her three child ren. They belong to a om-e-proiid but now cast-flow n family. If you will aid them, please ask 110 further questions, but give what you see lit." In the entire liofrl the gentlemanly lieggaronly received tlireedonationsiif twenty-live cents each. The others waved him impatiently aside, while some plainly told him le- was an im postor. Before leaving, he said quietly to the three gentlemen who had given him money: "This will lie repaid you tenfold to morrow evening at this hour." He then took the address of each, asking them to not fail to U- in the parlor the next evening to get their money, and cautioned them lo sieak to 110 one of his promises that he was Sir Orlando Matterson, president of royal I-omlon society for the encour agement of lieiievolence. As a matter of course, before he had got a block away from the hotel every one knew all that he had saitl anil done, and all cohsidernl him sonic crazy fanatic. Then.a remrt got almut that he was an immensely rich but in sane Lnglish nobleman, who spent yearly hundreds of thousands in .seek ing thost; out who were willing to lend aid to the needy, and in rewarding th. -in afterwards, so that, according i- his cracked brain, the cause of charity might In- iu a general way a-vclc rated. The next evening he came again, asking alms, ami everyone was on the lookout for hiiiD Ileitis: singled out the three gentlemen wh i had given lit m twenty-live cents each, ami very quietly passed each an enveloie con taining two dollars ami fifty cents, and a small card, iiui which was printed: "(iive, and vou shall receive." "Cast vour bread on tie- waters ami it shall l- returned t- yon tenfolt meuilier the example ,(f sir Matterson as voa jourm-v life." -lie- ( trlamlo through Sir Orlando Matterson took seventy three dollars in donations from the house that night, ami it was noticeable that those whom his example hail thus quit kentsl were very careful that he should have their correct address. The same result followed in each of the scores of hotels ami sample-rooms which he had initiated nu the night be fore. The third night he. with ' a sol emn face, returned to each donor of the previous night the exact tenfold promise. , "It would e a joy whit-It I would consider cheaply purchased." said he eolilidentially to a dozen gentlemen, "if at the cost of half a million dollars j could teach the citizens of this beauti ful city to lie thoroughly generous to the poor." This night he was like tin- ticket seller at the railroad depot. One, two, live, ten and even twenty dollar bills were shovi tl at him on all sides, so great hail been the awakening in tic cause of lieiievolence w hich the ex ample of Sir Orlando Matterson had aroused. A lieliign smile hovered alhint his mouth, ami : a tear that glit tered iH-times in his mild, kiml eye proclaimed the joy his soul felt as lie shoved bill after bill into Lis okets and gazed w ith the look of a f it her up on his con verts. "We'll split her now," Miggest-il Bill, as he ceased counting. "' Twouliln't give you .-512,0.111," quoth Hickman. "Let it Ih- till to-morrow niglit. I think I can raise a little -hush money' on this racket." Next night Beau Hickman went the rounds, ami found groups of expectant converts wailing to see Sir Orlando Matterson. One at a time, as fast as he could tlo so. he would take out- alter another of the most prominent gentle men aside ami whisper iu his ear: "I have got a little subscription lmok here which was hau'ded to lie- by a frie.rl as he took the train this morn ing for New Yol k. Sorry you got -.old on Sir Orlando Matterson. lie's skipHs out. That was Caaad 1 I'.ill. the three-can! monte man." "Is that so?" 'Sure. Here's tin- Ixmk with your name in it for twenty dollars." "Well, for gracious sake. Beau, don't show that note-liook to anyone. And scratch my name off it, will you?" "Certainly," returned Hickman, scratching 'over the nam" with his H-neil. "But, governor. I'm kind o" short to-night. Couldn't yon lend me twenty dollar.; until to-morrow ?" With a wry face, tin- vi.-tim would pull forth his HH-ketlmk. and, placing the bill item iitilcl in Hickman's h tml, would slip quietly from tie- It.-l.-l to the street. That night tii.-two v. ..: i iiirs i.h-d. and the share of c:i!t w.iso-...- twelve thousand dollars. Both Bean ilit i.ui.t 1 and Can i.'a Bill, whose tricks on the unwary ol - j t lined for tin-in thousands of dollars. died jKHir ami were Inn ii-l as pa tMrs: ! ami lite moral is. mat 110 in i'D-r liow much a man makes ili.-diouc.st!) or by trickery, he will siMmr r later !- found out, and doubt less die a iiiist-i a ble. desert.il outcast. A Cry of Alarm from tae Solid South. It is the duty of the li. liiciiihcrs of I'oii 'ress to move lirst day of .session, for a committee to investigate these cipher ciiafo-s, with ott cr to sen. I for Hrsoiis and papers. I olltlcal parties tlo Hot exist for ile- iiuiMis ot aidin-; and alttin. r.fili less for the screetiili of roiiery. Th' v ioi.it ion hi aiiv law is a crime. I rim- of all kinds should Ih- punished. We also Iioh that a joint committee ,,f 'u,. House ami senate vv ill le aiiiMiint.sl to impure into the ailcyil ek-eiioii fraud-, in Smtli t'arolin.i ami Louisiana, in Louis and New V01 k. One wrote' does not justify another. If chs-tion frauds have lieen i-erpetruted in Louis iana or Sut!i Carolina, in (i'mI's naute. iu the name of law and ord-r and imb lie decency, let the irit ratois lie t ried ami punisneu. nut n i us nave 'lone with this twaddle al"ut th" -olid South," ;i:id let us. alnive all thinvrs, have tlone w ith a seetiiaialisni tl.at i- brutally inaliiiaiit. bastsl as it i s iiihiii :tne ininerai. narrow ami i-oiitr.u-tel idea of colilltellilf' loiiforuiitv where coiiforinitv tk-s not evisf. . i,...s Ajl i Otm. . .-;iti'-j oil the ! Apples in Sand. A writer in the Ij.ndon inl.- say s . mat ne mnis iruit to ki-ei. u -t ii per-; this fei-tly drv sand. He keeps fruit way ail the year round. lb- has had; French crabs two years old. The Catillae ear has remain--,! sound twelve ' months. The fruit must 1-c sound W hen stole.!, and the sand Inits! be' tpiite dry. I he chief advantages of : packin-; in sand are. the eyeiiision "ol : air eiirreiits the pres-rvatioii from : changes of teiitHra! lire, ami the a!.-, stirption of moisture, which favors de cay. Mm-h will depend n the apart-. liient in which the eH-rimeiit is tried, a dry nr cool one 1-ciic; bi-st. . It i-l thought that a fashionable iMiardin-hou-e fiiriiishes the lte-,t anti-fat. CJata E YE, EAH 2nd THROAT c" :??F;D's radical cuke, f . - ": i -f:- t t-f r r-t.-M rwen fi tM t - t :i. .1: . r i .irarrftai A5.'i:o,:n, ml. r : ' :i.i.T.i.,I m:u.-' , UH.-.13- usri.m--f -''I sacci'-.s t - -i' - - r-'P"". - ii tf-rt rm -viT u- .t !.. a t xw-iim iiAsPtCAJL CfTtx for Catarrh pos-v-ru 1 : r.K z't 1..-5 evidence. in ths ntaj ot t.-i-!i-1. . 1 : .i-.io-uicin.'Ei t:u ino- t rc-st-o -j:.UtKp j 1 1 1 ;f. i :i3 of lir-v.riu-t lo riiio!u-S!rr c ;i tVj I ?--. 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I fv.: (UlnrHr I Jiavo furssfn, iti:t.'i- 1 1: t a il.nv Ki: I wej t ;:!irrt'.i-li-::nity I j V.f v ci. .ill.: if l.if -Teat bonriit t'tr.tl tiuvj :o r . I ir - :i t.to u -o t c irut:: li mul wr. Cr2 1' i'xTa::"::!. jrm ir.Jt:iaii 'Jiyc;ura I :iVf.l : 1 . :t:i V v i y tro.:Ll''-t.:nj c rr.i t. I L .vj Trl -1 t !l ! iO r-ilK9 t!isit I cojTia'l!:;.!. ht v .ii 'ti:ir tUI r r..rr?a?cat bontiiu Li t -. t ii I -.;; ! .i.t arrcd at t:iat ima lhz I ir.t:sc l."-.v r !; t'.r. '.)'. T!.ccatIrv;iiiorrn.Toiisivst-.,ia i . t 'ur 1-3 ro i'.:lai:iCi!,aTl the hior.i ic:-. s.ji::-ior ii r t t.i it it t."l a douMful r.t -tr r r X c -.i'.i t Mt ic iici.!nc!5?i3t.of If Idi.l roiv bother I ' j il l Urn t ro-n-t h:rkor n f. I f-vru'lVvT-t : i-.ii - if f :ui"la''.r.nl nUhm; ;t i::tf very i 'T'l-.i .it r.'i .t epe!il- or it- cf I .:. t, y .t .11 rt r tf;.orm ion I trnl tu;,n!:U.ji t: ko li 1 .i; l tt. Tlioe?t f cinrtn:,', ii c'u- .iln .h-i.-.t o f l!.-j11vfr.nntl i::y !. ovorvj -n-.r iT-v.:it !::y :i:ira r sror-.tli.ii.lit.t : S Jjfnc l:t I ,Ijrivo irota i'id ulyitsoNt viun i;Tivy';. : I ua lr;.l'ft' la corn-k t.iy tared, oii ; I. .r r ivo r.t a r sp,rt.la.i an. 1 ' i. -.--i:-11 ;t f i.iyeaora:i hoof nTiTPrrrtrt t k ". -.;nK t'. a I h ire lren. nml ciiul.le y-ct . . I (n Hii-t r riciiy mto inorotroncral itii0.cp. cia)! c 1 1 ; I'.iri'l" r.i 1 1 1 rluTt; tt i-t n:;(!i in-. ..ca.ijj 1 1 r. ri-t:i-; ihH tioteWlM b ol.t.' hi' -!. V"-y;nrr-r,r, JiFXPY uri.t.ft, r-o a, U. V., J auc, UT-i. rci joCC rch r"':":! frf-hi IV. Panfor I .d Li..-r liu, -. r..U 1 ill ";rcetltjin fur . la ail r u V.-,..: s;.i . 1 r 1 :xj0 ,ir all WiioK-l.. anl lloru.i T;!iy ;-t i:ifnl Jf-'nl.'rtlirouIinntthcL'niteJ I t.4f l i A-v.ul . V. ! KS& in VTKlL General AiJ.A ..;..t V. Loli sal. Krnirls'A. lkMtuii. VOLTAIC PLASTER ALWAYS CURES. Lr.i.i?-;-3 Gpioon. l err: iv Hint T fcirrt V-vn mfrr" vnnr r..LLrj W-i.tai't Ixati;u for KnUrKeoieat of t:ti ru r ,1 I J)ciirt-iaiou 1 ttie htoiu-ACU, tuiil Ihlj- ii w ; p;vvn mo mora relief tlmn any otb:r t.inrilT 1 hav-M-ver ncil. I voclti lnifhly recorv 1 1 'I 'h it nil tiiilTcx Uitf L'aci tuocil'ccuof p-UJX t-al i-t-I.;.. J.-Uiu J. V. SELLS, Tic---zv:c, Xo., .Tnnc C, 1T7. Severo Pain. Ila4icif ocraslon tonw r.rrmAr fir afrvwflf fiin-n my tfiiio 1 trie. I oik; t t your CollimV Vol ivto r'l.ATBitfi. ainl la ttruatv-Umr timir The pia aac-U.Xly rcwwveil. '.). 1-. SAMMW, Afs't CasMr Tifat lioai. TTrror, ?!rrr Juno jj, i-rr. Weaknesses. rciiSns' Vo'talc nwtprr Rire tTie host Htfsfte f'-a h.r-s ff aythiuif tint hns been tncj for I ftmeni an l 7cikaca of the licb. PK-afi eml Bmrf right nwar. JAalES J-KWiS. Ii:: A-iT, 11, Jane 1, T77T. Xrlee, i3 Cents- Ii r ireful to obtain Cou.i-sV Voltaic Pi.as te k, a combination of Klectnc and Voltaic Piatt-. Vith a liiUly UedicatTi Piaster, aa seen la Ui abore cut. SM by all Whole!.' and Ketall Um rf-U throuit.out tht- rnltti State and Canatla, rnd ty ViJi6 & 1 Ol lhi XTvprlctuia, 1mUxu las3. THE GENUINE DR C. McLANE'S CckLratcil American WORM SPECIFIC VERMIFUGE. SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. TWV. countenance is pale and leaden colnrcil, with (Kxasional flushes, or a ci.-cuii:si:ri!.cd sot on one or both checks; the eves become dull; the pu pils dilate; r.n azure sunicirtle runs ;Ion the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ; a swelling of the upper lip; occasional headache, with humming or throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion ot" saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morning; appetite variable, sometimes voracious, with a f'n.v-vint; sensation of the stom al h, r.t filters, entirely gone; fleeting pains ia the stomach ; occasional nausea r.;id vomiting; violent pains throughout the abdomen; howels ir regular, at limes costive; stools slimv; not tinfretiiient'.y tinned with Llood; belly swollen and hard; urine turbid; respiration oc asionally difficult, and a ( ompanit tl by hiccough; cough sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the teeth : temper variable, but gener ally i riuilile, vVc. Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist, Y.. C. MiI.AMv.S VERMIFUGE will certainly effect a cure. IT I .OS'S N',r CONTAIN MF.RCCRT in any form ; it is an innocent prepara tion, -,' it!jr''r if doing Ihe slightest injury . tiie woj t, :iJ,-r infant. The genuine !:-.. McI.anf.'s Vf.R Mi: 11 if. 1 tears the signatures of C. Mc I.a.vk and l'liMisr, linns, on the wrapper. :o: DR. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS are not rc.ommcnilc.l as a remedy "for all tiie ills that li-.-- h U lic-ir to," hut in afteetions ..f th-. l:t:r, and i:i all bilious Complaints, Iys j .i 1 :-.nil Si.:! f le-adachc, or diseases of tl.ai (.it r.'-.c, tliey stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No lx Iter c.it'iartic can be Used preparatory to, f.r after ta-.ii .Hiinine. As a -simple piii-?.live they are uncrjualed. lir.W IKE OF IMITATIONS. Tiie genuine are never su-jar coated. Kath box has a red wax seal on the lid with the impression Dr. McLank's LtvpR Pll.l.s. I.acli tirapper bears the signatures of C McI.ane and Kl EMiMi Uros. Insist upon havin;; the genuine Dr. C. Mc I.ane's I.ivkr I'ii ls, prepared by Fleming Eros., of Pittsburgh, I'a., the market being full of imitations of the name JHcLuiiet ieiled ditf-jrently but same pronunciation. :, :i '5i-s lull INI.-. I.n-!'n ttie :... 1 Slau.litrtl l-tijtlr .tf-lrifi 1 : ti.tr A 1 1. s : I -1 s ;.s . a t.it.l !' ,'ttll V .:;T:-1 l:-,m M 1IM. t-.- '.-:; tri.it !'.-. IK.t us - :k. it .s ii-.w .-.,.. -S.-1 t-iiiikt t-i'jir v.rta -s :i...iu ,:t t:i.: M IAI. A Sifjlc Trial trill Establish their Merita. Do They Cure Every Thing? NO. -They are for Diseases that txa:: from MALARIAL POISON and a bKANCU LIVEN, tuch as Dyspepsia, Bilious and Typhaid Fcvera C'-ii.-i, Colic, Sicic-Keedache, Chronio I.T Dairrnxa, K errouacesa, Dizziness, faX p taiion cfth9 lleart, Keumlgia, Kheu-Uii5-a, Kidney D. sense, Curonie Con i.tipa.i:n. Files, 4e. That Your LIVER IS DISORDERED Whn you bav? m bull t:.lit Inftb-Mlrier-a: loalH Tmc Bonrto; U-rlcnt la ihcHUuMrk : ; .-r Ijitia; ; nr lartaiMBi; arr kioa c i:B4rti4a f Hmly mr Jllad. ADVISi.Iy and AT 1 E TAKE TUTT'S PILLS!! Ih. li rst ttaor prwl ,ir-t an rffvrt ; lirla wllen .! n i.lie-tt III -tu!t---r. ;-it :ra sltttrl (iiH !tllu-- . mm Ap lit.-. cwhI Uiell-, S3j1.il l-Ltbii A 11A11D MUSCLE. THE WEST SPEAKS. "UCST PILL IN EXISTENCE." :.i r 1 I n- y mr I . ft.r Intpr:-i W-k tW- il l' . : --1 -f 1- ? If .r. 1 !.y f -'jii".- iv - r.- :te bt I-iii ta J. -t. -E-t -t I i., 1 -.- ' . -Air .ta 1 :.. !.:- J 1 iai:. I H.na. Stil t trn:M-. r fu t by Mail on f-vrt-Apt of rmK Cai-rf, 'J- Murray SI., .ew )ork. sKik of a v-i ! m iu a-;i ' is Iimiim-. lit-f -r to !.ti-i as an i v ii-rht -n- eiator." I I j ' RAILWAY TIME TABLES. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. B. & O. R. R. Time Card taking effect May 12, 1878. ' - M' l i s, i. Kx. tii.ii: l.v smitU hi. !,. . W;t!ktrlin 1 I '. 10 :im!'0 tiu )itj IM utajiitlu t kii I I i atu'tL v am .If li lift. ml I 1 1 uiii'1,1 e.' j t.i I .'-tl .11,1 1 h. I til : l Hi in i!l..,i .. r:iru-. riMi;w.-ll a:Im!H A'.. I i.i ;..nvtT Aiibi'Di .If Hifk It if.. . . tlvlitlff . . . Iliit-r Kiriria. 1 ttliti KHpuhHr ainl!iky .. -Monrm'v'iUf.. 4 ilir. Je I'tMiioiilli. .. SlifH.v .! MAiishel.l IW-Ilfil!f ... KnMlf rifk MT. V f rni. . . Nf wark Ar.. i tihtuilMix l.v. stiauiiff IlKlt'l loll li MIf K. Nt-w.iik. i ai'iiniL'f l'.trnfs :l!f . r.l!airf Ar. V if-titi.- Wi'-ililHl-iH.. l:t.Tllillf.. - . l'l'l;n(f Iphio.. f Vo;k.. . 1 1 -AM-ii'-i '-' .-l ::i;t - T. llltii -, :tlit lu -tn,: '' :u autj .1 V. .11:1! I- u; amj 4 4-ai.i '' Lt' t In 1 I :a pit! -' ' 1 m 1 111 I i 111 . -v 1 III I -Si ;-ltl . l : 111 1: I.' : III 1 I - lO JHlli 41 till I Utifilll 1 tt; ' 4.' i-ITI S pni T it tll alie J -.SI ; lu B n am n 11. nut 7 ?', -tin' I .v, ) tu 7 . uiti :; is put S IS ;,j 4 l-J ,, 7 4", initi'.u 4.', .11.1 ; 7 In )hh S W pill s :ijiit 1-- 11 pm 1 --- put 2 -f t't.t a ut pi.i I .-.-. t.u .- :i". pm ; 4r pm 7 Is ptti 1 iu pm Cmb d Accom. 4 HI pill pil" ! !" pill pin 10 1M pill : .11111 17 am l Ultl in :'A am nil net ;i.t :; pm fl l" aitij II 4sai.ii 1- 0". pnil I lupin .1 !pi:i " "-jj am Ut Vl plH S HI ptti t o pill " ain'si.ii's -tf , . - pin 111 -v' ant: iiii-. " v. am 7 h am s Mam In am 1.' : am tin pin ; 1 w anii j 1 - anil ' :: ant! f 4 V am: pm v pm pm in pn.:i ht ;m 4- Uilt I-. pr:i:;i ::m :i an.! ami ? Hiptitj I I". pi 1 r, v ami . lu prat Zannvill A;eoimodiiioi lfavs foImiitMis tlan f pt S iiii; al "1 t". I. M. nml ;ini at Za:if-;i!iH al iu IV M.. st-pu:ii-4 af all -!a- lilHIV i I j , : ' ; ; ' - I j . ' ! i I I ; i I i I ti: in-i "kst. j Lv nni I'l". I 1 KxpifNt Aff. III. Nfw York - l. P.ii.ai'f lphi;u. . Hailiinort Washington . . . W "lift iiux KfHaitv ranifs,illf ramlnitUf Zaiifsvilit Nfwark Arn 'tlnmln!t Stmif rt 1 Imif!iiiii I it) . . Shaw tiff.. . . .T S 1 am rt tai. . !l I.". amjll .V. pini J 1: it pmj ; lu anii . j 7 r im :t" ami . amjll :t pm .j s '-nam)!! "itipiii O) IH !U pill U pm pm OplH tlo u7 am hi luam 'II .1IHII j I -'.pm to pm '! am I ant lu aii 4 l am " m am am 7, pm 4 tt pia 4 pin 111) ,tm! 'tliiinus- l.i lf V! 10 tun to tr.pm Ta-N& Ft Nfwavk Mr. riMi Kri-il. ra k Iifilfiltf Manstit-iil ShfMiy I'lvnitMitlt Monro till S.in.hisk v - Amv rhifa't .Imu- 1.' K"p!illif Tiiliii.. l''tKiria Ifshlfr iH-liaiiff Mifk-vHtf Aiilun n Jtmctio.i 1 " lu pm :! " pm :; Ju pm I '. am w pill " .1 am lHplll 7 fsipiii ? l1 pm T 10 am (i I-'-ani :t -4 pm I :T pm' 4 .v. pm! . o am 1 : 'i um IS am 1 lo pm 7 :t; am ! lu am Hi u;:m h 15 am H M am 9 V2 am :t ant to :ts ami it w-i pmj 7 on m ii 00 (tin! V pm 7 tf'pni; 7 tupmj f. am h ih am ' loam tu :rt am 2 IJO pm 4 'pin 7 w pm k r. pm tt :ttam i I" pin! I! :. ami it Hi pin ii II pm 11 pm'12 ru pin '"'1 arrctt Arrive . l.fUVf. . 11 40 pint 1 !- pm A All.l4M' t'niinwf ?! S r if iff Miiiortl .luiH'ti.iii ll.-f hit-it Walki-rtoti W f lUlHlM. All. la Sonilt i "liifao. . . Miifajfii Arrivf . ill .v. pnil 1 to pm! 7 loam 11- M ami to pmj 7 -V am i ami 'J -T2 pm X 4h ;u.l I toamt ' . ttpml 2" l 1.' aiiti :; Mtpmi . 0 am I "oam .; pm 11 In am 1 :-i:'i:i- t ''-'Mti'l ' .M l.m j " 11 aint I 47 pml its pm j :ai:4t(r ol pmj lipm I 5 (jk ',nt 1; :c: pinf r m jtin I i 00 aim 7 2 pn:t Fiirnrt-s West il BHI:iin mrlustvf arr Ci-liiiiihi!-! timf ; liuorf Kat ! Whi-fliiiir i)i fliL"if. Haltimorf timf. Zanvtil Accommodaiio U:ivrs Z:nif:ville ilail fv(tt Sumla.v at ; l" A. M.. ami arnv" at Nlumlnts at ; 15 A. .M.. si')pnm ;:i all statimis. Exprfsi trains ran l:ii'y. ithr train- d niv f -f pi Sinn lay. T ii t. P. Harry. Western Pavs'r Ai;"f. i ine inuati. I.. M. ror.F. HfXi'l Tirket A' tit. Haiti ff. 4. H.HI hSON.Snpl. Tratis. I'ln.t IMviimi. Chifat:!. i 1 i I i t Time Card taking effect May 12, 1878. COLUMBUS & TOLEDO R. R. Nev Routs! NOl;TH. EAST. SO! TH AM WEST. Summer Arrangement. Tlirff Passeiiier Trains Daily iSmitiay exit-pf-eil; as t'olhtw : Time Card taking effect May 12, 1878. COLUMBUS & TOLEDO R. R. Time Card taking effect May 26. 1878. TUAI.NS liOIMi NOKTH. ST A' TONS. Mail & Tote.lo I Freight Express E.pies-.J Jt At f. o-iihilms ae. .. 10 05 am 5 I5;mil' loam I e law are Ariie... II iam tt I:: pm '.' W ;un l'nsMft tl 2 am 'M pm -::; am Marum 11 f-uam 7 trj pm :v4 am I pMr Samlnk 1J 5.5 pm k iu pm 4 V. am t'arey I lfpm f : pm 5 loam Kostoi ia.. 1 57 pm ! o". pm K Ih am Peinhe rviile l' :j5 pm 4' pm H o; am Toiftlo :: :t pm lo :3 pm 9 loam iK-tnnt 15 pm l-j 45pm I :t pm TKAI.H:OIMi HOI TII. I I STATIONS. Mail & Ktpievt Tolfth) 1 Ereitrht lffnit l-eave 7 ' a in lo it am in ainj ft ."0 pm 5 .v pm 1 1 15 pm ft 4'2 pnijl'J II am Tolfilts Viiltfrilte Arrif II . am! Fostorta "arf y I pp-t'-r Sanilnsky .Marion -'roHft lf lav, are rliiiiiims--Arrive... li o: pm; l)- pm 40 pml o; am i .it Itlll .1 II am -I 55 am 5 1 1 am 5 54 am t; V am s .At am tint ("ih 1 lOfimj 1 4 pm '2 lo pmj 2 I'm x -". pml : o" pmj 9 ' pml 1 .2 pm; :pmjio 4 pin Through nwchM lietween ltmit liiiitlms on iMirli express, trains. rmiiiee t!oiis matle m the 1'iiion le pot at Co InmlHit tor Newark, Zaiifsville. ( irt-eille. r hi II if oi In. I'ortsiiii mth. Uuieaste r, Athens. Marietta and Parke rshun: ; at Marion (or Mints 011 A. &. H. W. K. K. ; ut I piter Snhdiitky jor liiifrtis, Lima. Ft. Wayne ami CluraL'o ; at Cure v. V iKillav, Tilfm and Sandusky; at Fos- toria Willi H. & o. ami I K. & 1 KailroatN. for Fremont. Jleshler ami lHHam-e; at Toledo unit I.. S. & M. S.. F. & P. M. and l anada StMithern Kaitroatts. for ietrtnt. Jae ksn. l-an-siitir. Ilnind Kapids, Kal Saginaw ami all p hits 111 Mirlnjiaii. Parlor ami Sleepin; I an on all thronh train irtm roliimlnis lo New nrk. I'hil.tdfl phiaaml Hailimoie niTht'tit change. W. A. MII.I.S. oi;.a N 1 SMITH. lit n I Tifk.-t A'r. Crn'l Supt. M. M. liCEENK, PifNidfirt. COMMERCIAL-BANK ! Tiffin, Ohio CASH CAPITAL. VV I-Ni.P.I.K .1 A M, KA II LAN l S I-. SV KA I II .1 A lil.AII- SI 00,000 l,-si,,-tt rresttletit . . I 'iisltter .'I r.,sitr Vl,--As I DIRECTORS : ! iv i- i h-.i i- .1 a Mi v v in v s. i 1: 1:1 III s. 1 iiasi;kvki:. .1 M KAi 1. 1.. I l.sr .lulls. .1 A I'.I. All.. K.KlM-.-. S liSNKVTII. ii:ai.s i Cov.rn-nenf a.ij Local Bo ids a.iJ Se curities. 1. ti. li AM l I.V KKI'.HN. Foreign and Domestic Exchange. i - t'r',1:' ttl.t I after litis ilule tins In, it It v. Ill Isstti C.rtiKcatM of Dipnil l;irlii-j tiller-.! K per l-mei-mettl. j.lsi-,lltits pawr ,.I ver llesenp tti.tt att'l ,l,,-s u -r-ti-ial Icuikittir i,tt.ui-ss. NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK, TirnN. Ohio. Capital and Surplus, 1 50,000. I. I.IXIVIjs . 1 11 vii-.n:l.l II. 4 1:1 rs I . lresi,l,-iit. . I .tsllter. . : I .(-lie-r. II. l.tMl. . I:. IH V KV . -f. Ii A. !- W I.IMtVIIS sKA I II. sll V.V il. N. I. VW I i. r I -11 iKAl.- l j Government and Local Bonds and Securities, I.OI.U AMi Ml. E!i MIN. Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Etc. I - C.rt.ficjllhl of O.polil i- ar.t,-.- Inter, st : ..is p.,--r . ev.-rv ,l.-s,-rit.ti..n an.l ,loes a lien, ral Ka.-'kint; iMsutess. Administrators' Notice. 70TK K IS IIKIIKBY 1,1 VKN THAT II1K itti'ler-siriie.l have le it ap,nit',l A,l niiiitstral'.rs .f the e.late ol I nthia A. I'ett- lnti-'t.li. tle.-ea-e.l. VVILI.IAMJ PKVVIMIIItV. t.K'il.t.K L. VV rl.VlM.lK. i ns-Jt". I ( I I 1 1 ' : t-oltsisl RAILWAY TIME TABLES. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. C., S. & C. R. R. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. C., S. & C. R. R. Time Card in taking effect Nov. 10. 1878. TR iH t;ii; SAi TH. siyllt I A'ssim. t VTIONS. an!iiky - l.f:if . m ah, kn : v ;in T 3 rHltl !..!--' Arrif l.-avf. s '.'1 i-iii ;r--n i'rnrr Watson! TtH'IN if k t. pit. pill ft int. s r. ,itij ! 10 pm M 2S -lit '2 : pill 3 V. flu f 1 1 put Atlnaii l.f;i" :rtrfsr Kfi!m - IViif fintt:itiif -t jr" )iz;:L Stiriti;ti.''i l:nl,Mt 1 n.-nt!t:ii t -;'It:iiilH-. in . 111 r. 11 - mi tl pill' 1 1 UN PHI 4 4:1 ptti Ml pit m pi,, Hlptll 1.-, pit, or, pm :u pin -li pm 1 L 11111 I I'M -et anit 1 ll I -Sam K i ln-uiij . . 3 2.aiiij ' R OU .1111 1 1 l ;t npnii 3 :v (mil 6 tO ptti iaj.li Fx. train wis; north. rvTioNs. t-lil r 1 A.'c.ii fass. t rii.Miinati I. !;t '.Ml . . C.lfttii.its. . sprii,ii,:, -1 Ml suit :u mill. tu -lilt 1J IM VI 'iH M -in,1 1 1 v- jiitt' 1 -.-I mtti lltti "I I'.' ;il:n " a tit .4ii ; atu : am !ttatti "U am tU am rl;-tt.i vrr: . I.e;.v ' I l'-.Vt.uil k-i:I.'t . 1 tl'- mi.' J s I t f". ihii; n w; mir. . . !S ptlt 1 iS IHUt ! l -l,i, I .1 am 111 ! 'lti j .1 w pni :;i ant tl 1 ... .: 1 .: .': : 1 :: v, tun1 1 Is ;iiu 11 ; 1 ' j 'l pur a ;t aw.!:' j 4 -i pill! 7 UMUM V ' ." i ". put s u am' I . I K.i.e I '.ir, Ai'riv-. . l.,-:te. . . . A.ln tti IWliiK I'ltl l .. VV ;lls,tt lliven spt tlttf S.lllilttskv t-l Utll :! pill l" jm ; 10 w A. Klii.llav Braneli tr. .iiii-i if ;ivp FiittJIay a A. Al. ami iv P. M ; arnvf ill I aifv al tfiihf I'urfV 'Al It A. -M. .ut.i .! oj I-. M. M. :n,i 4 :v I'. M. : ; V. M. aitii :y I. M. rrif ill FituHay iil RAILWAY TIME TABLES. C., S. & C. R. R. Time Card in taking effect Nov. 10. 1878. Columbus, Springfield & Cin. Line. ltl.l MIM H T I 1'1N TI. Kv V.x. il Kx. is t'.Miimmt I.t LoiHton Vr . sprmtiflti latuti .. I'Mii'iiiaati . . . linliait:HMItH.. J rvpm low am! K pm 7 lu pin S UU pill f U pit I . 4 Jl pm io " am j pm tl 4; aMi , U' ptll'li v pill jiiiuli ; put n lo pm! pm! 4 iv i.wvn Trtrm.i'MRt j. STATIONS. Y. 1.1 Ex. 17 - ImttanaiMtiis- l.v f I .an:: :i t." p; iiifitiiiali I 00 am! I I w pm !:ttii tlo 5 am' j i" m sprmchfltl ;t JO autj 2 25 pm 7 .V. pm !.i mi It ii Ar... . .1? lopm! :i i: pm! h pm Cofnuilnix l lopm! 1 t'.piii' ! : pm -MeaN. Ns. oaml la run ilaily. al) ittiifr ilaiiy f-i-fpl Smnla. Slfpnm far Niw. 0 ami lo. ami tliroiiu'i rtntfhrst.il Num. ami J. ninmitts thVimutl he twff it riiM'iiihalt anrl Samlnkv. I;v foafltf mi ' Hi ami ti. hftwffii roliioihitH and San ilnsky. T I no 111; h nnifh- in Niw. 1:: ami IS, Ih -rut-en oliimhiiH Hiul rinciiinalr. riirmih !.trhf n Ntw. l.". Irt. 17. ami 11. hftnffii I'nhimlnis ami ImlianajMih-. Thf ;iivf liotfH will lf iiiailf a far as pra tif tl'If Imr i:n un.Hraittfftl. H. M. KKONSOX. HAS. llnWAHI). i.t'ii l lirkf! A-'l. Snpf 1 tntf mlfttt. I). W. i l;Ko N. ;nfr:l Maua-r. T., T. & E. R. R. On hiwl utter Ntvfinht-r 10. 1S7S. triiin wil f;tv siatnnts il.iilv as tnllow. nmias 1 -teplftl : TU i.s i;oit; KAHT. No i D;u!y Kx. Ihiiiy i Kx. StimlaV. o 1; lai!. S f . ;'!l)S. Sat Wy. T.ilfthn l.t:if. WiMwUiltf i:.-msii . ... . ;i ft) pm :! .--4 i-iii j I tl 1 tu 1 ., 10 . tit "41 It III 4.t am -'7 am ..; am II am I't mm t-.iit 17 :,lu v am :T, pm :ti pm !. am uiam 4WHIII m am 4u am 'I'.Ti-n ..... VM;l r . . . ItiM-kaw "iv... . . H!iMin il!f . . . ramttlifpi .. triHtn I .', 2t 1-I.MlU . :;l pitijiii .1 .', iiipmii.1 I'. V. pin,!!! & .'4'.lt;;l! 7 44 pliMI'.' ' "0 autj 7 . ' .-in iimil-S Mansilfhl I itlslmri;!! Ar AltiHUia, Harrishnru HaliimiH'e W ashiit;tiin . . . 1'hilatlf Ipiiia. Nf w Vnrk HoMim 4 r. urn 'i-i I.', pm ." r-ft put IU V pill 1 -Maui t tr- am ?. uu am ti 4T am I Luam 111 V. ;t, ill I 11 'J!, pm !1 III pill t IU pill li I ". pill HI 6 uml H atii X am TKAIN.S.lOIMi KHT. . No I ! Da,l Kx. Stt mlav N.i 7 1 .N.. Ihiilv j llHlll. K. ill, .1.1 STATU IN H. Siiuilay. j 'ars. rittsl.timli- lj-ave...ll 4.1pm Maiisiii-lil : 7 luaut entoli ; s till am I'arrt.tliers i tl V, tun Kliu'litville ! !l 01 am Kix-kaway I ! us am Swainier ..'!-.' am Titlin ' 'i' am Be'tsvilU- 9 M am WiMHivilli lu I-' am 9 (to am I ra I put 9 ! :-.' put I ft t'j inn - h :r: pml pm put C 47 pill 1 li M pm! 7 Ul pill 7 :ii put I H 17 pill! 9 I-l pint Tiletii Arrive II 40 anil f Tin- oni V ' int- 0111111111! tiie e.l.brjl.d Pullman Pil.e. H-rtal and SlMpiag Can (rolii Maiisiieltl l-iitsl.tn-jli, llaliiiin.iv. VVaslitiiK ton, l'lii)atlel,itia. antl Nt-w Vt.rk. TltrxtiKli Tickets antl Ka;ag I'lii-ck h.-ull (m, nils Kast. V. Ii. MYKRS. len'l I'.isseni--!' an.l Ti.-Rel A-j,-itt. L. E. & L. R. R. Time Card No. 5. taking effect July 18, 1878. TKVIN.H I'.OINI. vrr.sT. STATID.NS. V. I. No. X -N- Fremont -eave . I'lir-.ien Kansas Ktst,rt.i Art:t,lta Kilnllav I::i-vs,,i, VI t. 'rv r.iiini'tn Heaver Ihitn 10 uiam ItApIll : am i am .'-.', am :!r ant u' 1,1 J :u pm '.it . in :v, put UU ptti In pm jim 10 pm I.. pm uu pin uo .ltl 10 X, am- 10 :r, am H uk am 1 1 :u ant: .t.i pm IT ,,, Jtt plllllll i'l pill;ll 11 i.HMl-- 1- u M :-4i pm 4U pm 44 put !rt 11111 I2 .V. pit, HI lis pm 1 I . pill 111 I ir. pin it 1 u', pml r:ipni :i - ,tti I tu pltlj Mail 1. j v pm ta. put I.itttil t Al'live t l-eale -tlt-klan,l . . St. Mary's vlina Arrive . St. M. & .VI. Tic i NX. Mi. x IK 10 pill t: :.,pm 7 in em St. MarvH- lve. . New Bremen- Ar. Minister :i .'su pm I t o pill I lupin Tit VINH IIOIN.I FAST. STATU INS. No. I. Fremont- Arrive.. . llnr-r.M.ii kans-is Kttsioiia Arratlia l-'itnilav Haw son Ml. I t.rv lilellti.it lieaver Ham. i :. .. I.eaie l.lliia , X111VP -iti-klaiil . SI. Maris I vliiia - Leave pm 4, pm :ai pm to pm '.I pm w pm ijh am -'-a an. '.-: am 'o ant to ant 4, am !o jou w attt uo ant ST. M.&M.lHAISS.) St. .VI;, rvs Arrive . New Ill'eliM-ll Minister -laave M t Ut am All trains run tlatiy, Hntnlays ei's -ptetl. rON.N t TIONS. At Kreiimirt t noli "ii f.. S. & M. P. If. pass Kasl. 7 A. M., 9 ,7 A. M., II :w A. ; tf I. M.. lu ::i r. M. Al l-nri-mm. Petti, svlvanta I'o.. Irsins Pass Kast. 9 n A. M-. In w A. M.. I V. M. ; We-t lo A. M. ; 7 M Y. M Al Kt-storta. train", on IS. & H. It. li.. p:iss Kast. 7 'li A. M. : I .v. V. M. : ii :o I. M. ; We t. Jet A. M. : 10 A. M. ; 7 Mi I". SI. Trains n V.&'t. II. K . kis Soniii sat A. M. ll it; ,. .M. 7 ui P. M. ; North, t; t", A. .VI. : I .'.7 Y. M : rr, Y. M. At Lima, trains on II. ir. M . It. It., .-im Sonilt. I'' sTi A M -. 9 A. .l : -.' ') Y. M. : .North,:; t A. M. ;1WY. M. I'. Kt. VV. 4 I . I. I:.. Tr:,ins pass Kast. I .To A. -VI. : V A. M. : I lo I'. Jl. : West. U fi .. M., 7 4 A. .VI . IU H A. .VI. : IM Y. SI. VV. H AM.l.KVVS. fien l. Tii kt-r A-.-'f I. II. Bl lil.lXIN. Ilen l. 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