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Tiia, Thnrsdaj Eye., March 20, IS"9. SPRINGTIME. Hail briulit t.-!r.Ktl'lff ! Iiringyour VHI.m- croc:. vil-t Moe : lf-k t!i- held- 5ib ewer-Id Terdure, Wjut.i '.Up lu-.srts that sreioome you. l;i;irk and h-im is yondr r fore-i ;lo-.lie iu trees i;h bn!:tCHl Er n ; Simlilit gild the rij pliiie liver, UX it -U:.oa r. i'.h silvery klier-n. !; the nrtelmds, h-l the eaa:;-c of ih iiii.i yield frcrfurao I rf llic Iranrancc f" Uiey yield us K.-P they mill: In winter's toinb. Sumni"f's heal s-ill worch and Ilhrr. Autumn turns the creen ieave bromi : SiMlnjfl.iiiie, with your floaer-d'rcki d a-sket Wears the season "n linshtrstcroa a. Ursula blue ky thil Ix-nds aUive us, Pley c!,cid-iK.ii ou your breu.4 iiive tlieiu fair unruffled nailing SAwift s.jrini:iii.ie meim-th b"-t. it. f. li.. in ItM'wr.V.i Anja Uh-ikvim.r. Ky.. M.ifi-li 1. Rules For Making Gill-Edged Butter. T1h-s riiit-s were riiliy t.iiiitt.1 in lUf "liural Nun Yorbr," ami are s excellent a:il ctwiM that we rc iirint t'n::ii for til': li rii' lit of o::r rea.i; rs: FEEDING. Sc!-:t vour rows with reference l thi jiwiitilv :i!nl rielmess of the iniik jirMiii.--.l. ''iiie l-.t tows are tin- -hiMji;:-! fr liultir, su (,' t t!ie Ix-sl 'an whatever lrv-rt yon seli-eL ;ive LiK'in trKi:J . isliira','! ii: the sum mcr, ami I'leiitv f )i"i' water, with fr-ijiieiit a':s t salt. In winter, f-.i sweet, cat lv-rut hay. well-cured turn f.xlih r. roots, calil:e, and a ration of hmn. eorn-me.il, ;;ro:iii o:iLs r inHlliii:js. IMPLEMENTS. Have the Ust impli-ini-nts. find kep IhoiM sfrruimlouslT clean, well sealdwl, anl orten exiKMed to the sweetening influences of the urn. The milk pu.il and liana should lie of the l-st quality of tin. A reliable thermometer " J necessity to every good dairyman. MILKING. The milking houll 1: dono (juietly and at regular times, and the inmost cleanliness oliserved. Nothinsf is taint ed ii Bicker than milk by foul odors, and surely at times with nearly all cows there is enough animal odor to it, without adding any more. MILKING. SETTING. Strain the milk slowly into the ians, four to six inches deep. Jt is an ex cellent ilan to strain thu milk into a larfje can sot in cold water, and cool down to 00 degrees before oultinff into the small pans, 'lhe milk must be set in a pure atmosphere, at such a temperature as will jiermit the cream ton.se in from thirty to thirty-six hours after setting. la order t' do that the room should be kept at about O'J to C" degrees, and not allowed to vary much either above or lielow. I n hot weather keep a large piece of iee in a tub in the room. Cover it over with a thick blanket, and. if arranged so the water will run oil, it will keep a long time, and keep the room very uni form. In cold weather some arrangement for warming the milk room should be a lopled. SKIMMING. Skim ar soon as the milk begins to turn sour. 1K not neglect this rule, as it is impossible to iu:iko good butter from crrtiiu that has become old and sour. When you pour your cream into the cream jar, splash : little as possi ble. Stir the cream every time you add more to it, and wijHj the sides of the ot Keep the temperature at alout 00 degrees, and the cream pot in the coolest part of the house, covered with a line gauze netting strained on a hooii, not with a tight cover. If cov ered too ti'lit, fermentation U often toi rapid. CHURNING. Churn ofUin, as thero is nothing g.iincil by h:ig keeping, isrnig tlie iAiiiiNtraturu of the cream in the chum to .s degree.', and do not ailow it to rise a'.Kive U degrees. Churn early iu the morning, while it is cool. First :;eald the chum, turn the paddles a few tiincj; tliei pour oft, and iour in cold walcr, and turn the p. 'dc'les; iKi.ir off and tlienooiir in vour cream. In churn ing revolve the p:wldl s with an easy reinilar motion, not too fitst nor too kIiIU." 'I'hn butter should come In about fonv minutes, a little more or a little less "if the teiiiiK-raturc of the cream when nut in w;is about M degrees, aa- i-rt;iiued by the thermometer. WORKING AND SALTING When it has "broken" and there is a iiilicultT to make the butter gather, throw iii some cold water and give a few more turns. Some, and I think majority, of the best buttermakers of iu .iv was i tneir nuuer mui com wnter lieforn removinc from thechuni. Gather vour butler with the paddle :ini1 1 ft it. out into the trav. press it Tin !v and iuciino it, and let the but ter-milk rim off. Work it gently with the paddle, with a cutting, gentle pres sure, but not to mxsh it; or. Iictter, put info the t he bllltflr-WOIker. Salt it alxml an ounce to the pound. or lo the tasto of trood customers onlv with the lx-st salt, and free from minis and coarseness. Work tlie butr teronlvsomuehasto exiwl the but ter-milk, but not to work it too dry. This can I done by the uso of a weak brine prepared for tho purpose. Put the bowl away in a cool place. After standing twelve or twenty-four hours, gently iiivss out with a ladle or ma chine toe remaining butter-milk, and any brine that will How out with it, care being used not to work it too much. If this is done tho butter hxs lost its grain and lx-couies salvey, and its keeping qualities are greatly injured. PACKING. I'Ack in vessels which will impart no impurities to the butter. Kill with in half an inch of the top. Place a thin cloth wholly over the butter. Over that iour cold brine as strong as can be made of hot water ami the purest Kilt, or cover with a layer of line salt. The wholo process of mak ing the butter, from drawing tho milk lo ttie placing of the butter in pack-ug;-'. should be Hurried, as milk, cream ami bult?r are going to decay every mom.-nt when exiKised to the air, however pure it may le. Such butter is reulv to k:-r.p or sell. If to lie keiit lefore"sclliiig, surround every pack ago with coarse s.ilt, by placing them in Iwxm prepared for the pur;ose. This proc.-s keeps the butter ck1 and hard, and free from sudden -Han't of air. When all these t hings arc attended to promptly, and with as iiiin-hiiiiiloiuiitv as is under the pow er of man to control, there will be a near approach to uniformity iu color, richness and puritr. If the new le giuirerfollowsthese tuU-s, and keeps doing so, he will soow command the highest ligures. Cleanliness a;i 1 c unm '.i sense ap plied from the lieginniiig to the nid are absolutely necessary to insure go xl butter that will bring the hig'"-st prir.- in the market. Senator Thurman lifted his voice in the llemoeratic Couirressional caucus, the other evening, ami shouted for "an aggressive Democratic policy." It has ahvavs s.'-or.ied to in that sh'ioiing Re publicans, hunting them with shot guns out of their houses into the swamp at night, breaking up ltepulv liean meetings by shooting at the sK-akers,or compelling them, at the muzzle of t'.ie revolver, to divide time, and stuffing b.dlot-lioxes with Demo cratic tissue-paixT ballots is a sufii- ciently "aggressi ve" Democratic policy. I nfraid to iiimp right down the throat if the "National" party. lht, oit Post Miss Llla Dancv w is a fair youn thiii2 of Il tlnnga. Texxs. She loved and loved wildly one Thomas A. Hal a nice young fellow, but willia! un siiniilieJ of ducats. Miss I'Ua's moth er objected to the match. Hence tears. J Jut tears didn't How sUways. On Sun day Miss Ella pat on a sweet, resigned face and fold Her mother that she would break off with "dear Tom" if "dear, good mamma," would take Tom's ling an 1 trinkets to him by the next train. M.inima wxs delighted ai d ti ik ths Hitt-r farewell. Mamma liii n't find "dear Tom" at His home, but when she returned to her own, dear Tom" and dulirul Llla had run away. Jut ix?rha;is kenator J hurman means Flit, i ! l ioni- other kind oi "aggressiveness," c . :r... ... n"; . " " 't, "hiVmwho 'A'rTno Marrying Men Does Not Reform Them. -He only needs a good wife to re- inmV ThecharTa hu.,.'ri;i to one against iU Jf they were, even, what right Is a wan, who needs re- formiii'-r. to a good wile? Wliat rig.'it ha:s a liljertinc or a druiikard to ak a go.xl, pure, true woman to share his life? Xone whatever. A woman who has lived a pure life deserves a "etter f.ite than to be s.n:riri-I iifKin the U! - tar of some mail's hiiis. And yet.t'nere aio scores and scores of womeu wlw go willing victims, laying upon ine iu;ilni:ioi,;.l a'.tar warm, affectionate hearts, virtuous lives and fond !:ok.s for the future. They le!ieve, in siminicitv oi th' ir neaii.T, iii.u in,'. ind thev alone. no:-sehS a lower and iu'luciice to !o wiiat ieI and iiaturc so far h;ive failed to do. The more serhmn and tlioiiL-htf ut ones believe that thev can make their tim and Wiivs Jjiid's time and v.avs. Tiie oth ers"lj:lieve that ti,ev i:i th.-ir own rights have t!:e will and tlie power to liold Hint Kr.Cp lie Jiiwaii'ia sin. ' The worth and value of a true wile miinot Ik? told, and the inlhience of sueli a one must U: felt, even though we cannot see the fe'ood e!fe ts which we have a right to hope for and tx oecr Still I do not U lieve in marry ing men to reform them. Tirst let them reform, and then marry if they w ilL A man who will not reform ie fore marriage seldom changes his manner of life afterward. It is hard work to reform a man who doesn't want to I reformed, and we all know how iiard it is to forgive ieoplc who don't want to be forgiven. Two vears ago I witnessed a mar riage ce'reiiioiiv which filled lay heart with dire forebodings. The young man was aUiut twenty-four years old, well educated, fine looking ana oi gixi-i faiuilr. His father iei w nen no as ten vears old. When he wxs sixteen he fell into Uul comjiauy, learned to drink, gamble, and to lose, an rsjct for the sacred name of woman. His downward caree r w:is rapid and ter rible. When he was tweniy-liirce Satan himself could le.t have wished him any worse: he had fallen lo uie lowest round of the huldi r, and there soellicd but onestep lctwH;ll him and ijcidition. Then some wise i-op!e K.iid : "A good Vife will wive inm. And strange as it may s in. ne luunu a true and virtuous gin, who, Kiioving his life, wxs willing to marry lnm. He told her she could save mm ami she lielieved him. "Why," said he, when exstulated iilou the subjwt, "if i. is in my power to save him, how wrong it would be for me to refuse to do it, and besides I love him." And so, in spite of the prayers of a few and by the advice of many, she married the young man, hoping and expecting to reform him. To-day she is the wife of a drunkard and the mother of a darling baby Ijov, who, if he is not saved by some divine interiiositioii, will be a drunkard also, for the curse which descends from generation to generation will surely follow him. There are times when this young wife does not look upon the face of her husband for days at a time. He gees out in the morning with a promise to "come home early.'' and does not return until his money and strength are gone. He comes back sometimes repentant, but oftencr defiant, an I the old story is rehearsed again. , Now 1 ask, "What good hxs conic or this marriage?" or what good will ever come of such marriages? for this is but ne of thousands. The wan is no lietter even worse; for while lie fore ho was held accountable but for his own soul, he now must bear the responsibility of the misery of which he brings upon his wife and child. His wile hxs reached the ioint where she realizes she can do nothing but prav and wait God's own good time. How much misery and wretchedness she might have saved herself. God does not xsk any of us to take Ruch burdens iixn our shoulders. When trials and troubles, which we cannot prevent, come u',ioii us, then is the time to show if we are of the stuff of h hich mart vrs are made. It is foolish, nay sinful, for us to take upon our selves a mountain of misery. Xovv. girls, if vou are ever tempted to marry a man in ho ics of reforming him, re member what I say. "Don't you do if Annie Imuio, in Cleveland Ltaiter. A Hyena's Revenge. Mr. Winners, one of the kei jiers of the wild animals at the J-'air Grounds in St. Louis, had occasion lxst J uue to punish severely a BiotLed hyena for ii"hting. The hvena waited four months, and then Had its retenge. The scene is thus descrilicd by the St Iouis Uejiubly-an : Yesterday afternoon a few ieoplo were gathered alxiut the carnivora house, looking at the animals, when Winners, the keejier, Hapttcucd to pxss along ketween the railing and cages. He is familiar with the animals. .ind the ferocious beasts seeai to entertain a sort of friendship for Him. As he he nailed the leotiiird on ii.aiia.ul. ami the lKMist seemed ntther tr. II to tl.o nt lent ion. Then he came to the iiyeiKts' cage. ti, i.;r Ktwittcd brute lav clost; to tlie bars, and its mate was a little way off. Winners carelessly, as ne i.ki, reached out his hand and patted the i.v..n:i a he Had the leonard. It was a The ugly brute, waiting this oppor tunity for inontiis, saw it m ". ouick as lightning, caught the hand m i.;. ..i, .,(! i.iViu? its fangs into it deeply. There w;w a frightful strug- glThc man sought to tear His Hand awav, and at the same instant, with a i ). nt tier hvena snrang to the muiL'Uiim of it.s mate. For a moment it seemed as though Winners would Have His entire arm drawn in through the bars, but with a effort Ho wrenched Himself The strong jaws of the Hyena Hail nut. lnncnd their grin and the left nni'linn (if the ri p-iit hand wxs torn lu-jv si the man released himself, the lMjnes and sinews parting iiko tureajs in the grip of the ugly brute, who drew IkicIt vellinv with his bloody mouth ful. " Assistance wxs promptly summon ed :init Winners WXS conveyed to a nhvsician who bound up to tho man gled stump, the man suffering excru ciating pains from his injuries. He will, of course, be cnppied tiy uie oc currence. A Double Postal Card Authorized. A clause in the Postoflice Appropri;v- tion Hill provides for a double jxisUil card, for a letter-sheet envelope, which is to be stamiied as envelopes, ana ior a double letter envelope. The double IKistal card is a very neat ana appar ently useful contrivance. It is in size similar to the present ono-centcard. It Ix-ars at either upixr corner a one-cent stamp, and lines are drawn through the center sloping downward to each lower comer, to lie written upon. The writer of the card uses the right nana side and the receiver uses the left- hand side for his reply. The double letter cnvcloiie is stamped twice, for the sender on the right hand and the receiver on the left-hand side. On the back of this enveloiie is a double gummed flap separated by a perforat ed line. The lower one is used for sealing bv the sender, and the receiver runs his knife along the perforated line and has a new gummed tlap ready for use. The letter-sheet enveloiie is tie- signed to do away with outer envel opes, the patentee claiming great merit for it lor the reason that it ouen oc- urs that a date at which a writiughxs been mailed canliot I ascertained be cause the enveloiie lias been lost. Here the letter and eavelope" are one. I he new law dxs not direct the Postmaster-General to issue these patent contri vances. It onlv allows Jinn to use his own discretion iu the matter. Wash. Cor. L'h itxvjo Times. Pruning Trees. " -.". ; Thu mnllin l iwimmanlr riwinm tmi,l Ajl V""".-""".' to prevent injury is to legin at the bottom and cut .Half way through, and Set a green hand to pruno trees where limlis of any siz-! are to 1ms re moved and the chances are. ten to one. that he will commence at the top and saw through tho limb until it falls of ltd own weight, tearing aowii tiie oars ;iml wood, mulcting a great, ugiy wound, which may require years to Heal and which, if "not carefully pro- t-tel frran Hi A we.il lier will cause such decav as to destroy the tree. then tmisii at the top ; or, with very largo limbs, to have them supported by a crotched pole or pitchfork Held by an assistant lx-low, but we Have found a better plan and unite as eaiv to be to make two cuts, the first at convenient distance, say a fixit from the place where we wish tho limb re moved. This short stump can. ex cept in the caso of very largo limlis, Ix? easily held in olis Hand while the final cut is made with the other. Fruit Unorder. Tho bill for woman suffrage under went its annual failure in the Jiritish Parliament a few days ago. Uut in Lnland. property-holding women al ready vote on school questions. It SK-ettis likelv that woman suffrage, to a limited extent, will lie tried in Dakota Territory Ix'fore long. Both the Black Hills newspaiiers tavoi it. 1 PAYING THE PENALTY. tl.e J anxioTlv :..v;, Jcelure i:i to b-di :i ,-,..!. The .1 ::;' , r.!i-r oir ii.-i-r thjsnid: "Vour I !t'-r ii.i!ii!i- An Ironton. 0 Filarial o t!ie Cin- f.!nn..;: emm,r:i .v,i T'.nrlav lt, says of v,,X cV-hting ras in that city: a large cior.d !l:m:.M - at tlv Couri-rniii) tiiis afternoon to ! i ar Judge Ilarjei l-.-cture and s'-i.t.-iiee ti;e twe:;:y-.i ve c:rk-ii'.'li!er:-, v h i i. :::!! guil: v ( th- :iy; i-'-ar-e !:..-) i A inajoritv cf li.e 1v..:. : 1 i;r- J.s their l: i- e-.-. wi-n j J v ,,; :.t..r. -u p;-! i;: : j,mii?el t!. ii..selves i ! i, : el::v:--. tr ; V nave i:o:giii you :it ov- l not pro;rthat yo:i s' o at SJ':li 'jii-clacies disgi.;. : aj.d d"gl.uie. as f .lin.il i. to Vtj.'e s ui iiUj tendency to make y u or to Weill.:;, !is'i l!.e c; you were created. It it t r.,;, .; to you i lio m:ik: I- ha Iter v:ii7.: proper tiiai u, who Men; ires-:,t should U-calied- al l -is a::d alx-ttors.' After fiirth'.-r remarks the J:ii-,e si nteiieiil them to i.iy a !i:ie of live dollars and costs. There was im.lmhl in this list a Justice of the J'e.icei.f KlizaVtii tovi. shiji. Thn.-e nth res were called a:id r lereI to pay a like fi'ie. The next ciiil v.'.w for Colo. id li:;! Linn, i.f ('iiu innati, ho was present on the occasion with ten very line birds; Frank Hathaway, Lute .for don ami Peter Cannon, of this city. 'J'he J udse, alter a shoit lii.ture to these geiitiemeu xs principals in the late uiipleas:ilitri-s.s, h;iviiig taken the most active pari in the exercises, after hearing the statement, of counsel for defendant, that fioin a pecuniary .standHiiiit they would leit like to lie temjitisl t' a reviolation f the law, having Ixs-n losers in the light, made the le:uiiiiii"v rexMjn stronger !,v as- si-s.-iiig a line of i: iusd cost-v. John H. liurgess, on whose premis es the light occurred, was in custody under live counts, ami having plead-d not guiltv, a jury w:ls calieal, but im- medialelv after taking their seat, l5ur- ;ess wilmlrew his foi i.ier plea and c!i tcred one of guilt v. The Judge w;is cxtreinelv severe. and talked to the ixiiut, giving him the full lienetit of the l;iw, S15 ami ci.sis. t'lir gixl jxHiple rejiiice that thev h.ive Ix en so severely a:nl justly ilt iilt with, and are of the opinion that pit ting chickens in this vicinity will be a page of past history. ! B. & O. RAILROAD. l'roni a speech lnaje by Win. Key- ser, the Second Vice President of the 15. & O. Ciiijiiiny, Ix.-fore a coinmittee of the West Virginia Senate, reported in full in the Wheeling papers, is gath ered some interesting particulars in n- lalion to this road, and csKcially the benefits and advantages secured through it by the State. It :ipicars, without one dollar of Slate aid, and with little or no private railroad con tributions from its inhabitants, that the li. &. O. H. K. Co. hits invested in its works over SOT.Ouo.uoo. Besides this large exienditure in construction it contributes annually lnun two to two and a half millions of dollars to the wealth of the state in giving em ployment to over a,ioo of its citizens. ind in purchases or supplies or mei, lumlK-r, etc, for the company's use. In addition to thu it contributes over $',000 annually in taxes for the maintenance of the State govern ment. As a remarkable exhibit of tho im portant bearings of this great corpor ation ii nou the interests and growth of a SUite, the ligures presented in the sx.icch referred to show that ot me tifty-four counties which compose the State, the eleven counties on the jnain hue of the Baltimore Kailroad contain thirty per cent, of the jiopulation and forty-one x-r cent of the whole taxable proix-rtv of the Slate, real ami jx-r- sonal, and yet against this corpora tion the Legislature has recently re- u lit to pxss a bill instructing tho Attor ney General to proceed by juo irsir ranlo. alleging as a reason, not that the company h:is exceeded its charter in its tariff rates, but that it discrimi nates in favor of what is known as tho through business." bv giving it lower rates than is accorded to the "lo cal business." Wiikkli.nu, March . The West Virginia Legislature, at a late hour last night, adopted a resolution ac cepting the new tariff proposed by the isaltimorc & Ohio liailroad Company, and jierniitted said company to allow sK.-cial rates in certain cases, provided that said special rates shall Ixj given to all shippers by the car lo;ul, without discrimination. The resolution re scinds the former action of the Legisla- turo.directing the Attorney General of the State to proceed by quo warranto or other proceedings against the compa ny for violations of the charter. A Maine Couple's Bridal Tour. He came from H illowell with hi. fliit and onlv love. He Had just at tained His majority; she had scarcely gone beyond "sweet sixteen. 1 lien desire w;is to be malts! legally, xs, ill deed, thev had in spirit found their "aflinitv." To find a minister to per form that interesting and important service was no easy task. It was l.i afternoon of the first Sabbat ii of thi month, and the churches were all holdim? their coinmuiuoii services as the. lovins? collide struck the town But not to lie thwarted, they entered a certain sanctuary and Iook seat anion-' tho communicants. Tlie services progressed, and list as t he oinciatinz Clergy man h:id placed tuo elements iu tin Hands of his deacons, tho young man left his nlace bv the side of his blush ing would-be bride, and, advancing to the minister, said: "We walked up from Ilallowell to be Hitched, tan you do tho job?" Tho congregation did not Hear the resxmse, but it sent a thrill of joy to the younr man. After the service thev were invited into tho minister's study and "hitched ;' mid t he twain made one started atixit for Ilallowell. This was their bridal tour. Augusta (He.) Journal. A Society Question Debated. Eternal warfare seems to rang" be tween the country negro and the t iwn i ark e v. This was Ulustratea at, tne nxssefnrer detxit vesterdav. A colored vouth from Pike county approached town negro, and the following conver sation ensued: "Whar hots is de ticket olhs.-1 "Kight dar fo' yo'eyes." "Fo whose eyes?" "Yone." "Is vo' de ticket otlii?" "Look ver, nigger, don't ycr gimnu none yo' slick." "1 in a mighty si.u k maa, o;e man. when I gits stirred up. "An" you'll git stirred up ef yo stan roun folin' longer wid me." "Dat s de kinder exercise wat I m a nin in ler. And Willi thai liicv cnin-iicu ami Had a right lively tussle. They wen- senarated. however, before a lKjlicenian came along, and the Pike county dar key found the ticket-ollice. I he town iiclto. it may lx well to mention, w:is badly used lip." How Great Hogs are Fattened. Carter and Southard have reduced the business of ixjrk-raising to a science, lhe lormvr, intent upon taking the palm, started oil with thirtv-nine hogs. I pon twenty-seven of these he bxses his hopes of success. Of the original number several have Ix-en killed. In January three of them came so very near choking to death that the farmer grew frightened am! slaughtered liieni. i ney weiguru i!is,fil7 and ";!S pounds, resp.i-tively. The hogs entered for the prize nave had the very liest of care. There are just two events in the lives of such hogs sleeping and eating. They arc too fat even to waddle. I Hey never wake ui). except to eat, and that pro cess over they again stretch out uiwm clean straw "in their separate tx-ns. These particular Hogs of Mr. Carters were i. hi lazy even to ieeu inemseives. and. indeed, even if they wen' not. thev could not see their food. For weeks they Had liocn in total blind ness. Like the average nog ot no n.irticniar distinction they all had eyes, but three inches and a half of genuine fat Kept mem cioscu com pletely. I ilc ieeuiu juoccio is uue oi interest to Ixith Hog and spectator. The farm hand rolls up boiled meal into round lalls and forces into their hoships' mouths. The hogs grunt and swallow ami keep it up until they arc jx-rfectly gorged. They are kept iu a t tiffed condition o:i the lx-st of meal, and all that is asked of them is to grow fat. Suilhard h.is not killed yet. II? U-gan the year with twenty nine hos. all Jersey reU, but his pens now contain but twenty-three. There they were, lying around, grunting and puliii'g. and with snouts pointing iiji ward in search of air. Their eyes could not be seen, and it t.xik strong figures to pry away the ma-ises of fat t rn.il.l lx.oiK:icdoui. Tiu- blind, hei'i.-! hntilen jess mxs: e3 were shaken by 1 um ..mil !i,ir 111,1 :,lll'!l Illl.V I I UI U.lblllll,-!-. ' ' ....i.'i give vent to a snort, but ny seemed entirely unable to get ujmii th -ir feet iurliii'jton(.X. !'. IMUr ti J'l.it i- dtlihia TimiS. How Great Hogs are Fattened. GENERAL MATTERS. l II v; ! jv-her weighs K C'::ie, sprieg fever, ethrrinl l.v.i!i(-srH ri,u:(:OU til a 1 rri'k. .Mr . II 1. K. X. So-ilh worth has iiu !.s!ifl i:er f:f!y-nirit!i siore!. A n ;;v i.-iiee mukf-s us ikiih T.ii.ifin ;!:: lino ,f duty. U' if. uil! cmitiiin uMieah.i am! i,( v.- t'l n1' s. llid !!'- lrt. hurt that Wai .i hlrty-'iiie . r Uth i.'i Have fai!- .- ; 'i lii.i M I)-- li-- iii ies of : ivai-1 it i ay ;o; New H.'.ii Hiid h.-r liMz'.i Yrk 'llursday .burg steamship ter arrivi-l moriiinjon in Since its construction not passen- ger who retained His seat Has lost His life on the Philadelphia : Beading Railroad. In Hartford a ton of ice co ;ts tHirty seven and a Hair cents, or three tons for one dollar. This do.-.; not include postage, of course. The Methodist Protestant Church re ports a net increase or 12,V in thirty one of its forty-four annual confer ences for the year 17. On a given Sunday the attendance at four churches in Philadelphia wxs as follows: Men, luKki; women, VK i!t ; children, !,2 ;toUl. iT;Ma. Wade Hampton now f,os out liunt in:; every clear day. lie rides almost xs "well its lx-fore his unfortunate ex pi rieiice, but nevt-r taehh s a mule. A lamllidy was oiiiphiining that she couldn't make Ktli ends uni t. "Well," said a lx,arder, -why not make one end Ve;,-. lal .h-s lWAun iiloif. "Mrs. Partington" has thi gout. The old lady, in the person of Mr. B. P. Shillalier, has lieen sullerins with this complaint for some time at Chelsea, Mass. Camilla I'rso is almost the only woman who hxs ever attained emi nence xs a violinist, and yet the art of drawing a beau is innate with the se:;. ' A Mrs. Miller, in Portland, Oregon, gave birth, on the morning of Febru ary 2-ith, to her twentieth child, a girl, weighing a fraction less than two pounds. One Hundred and twelve Congress men ami twelve Senators were thrown out or a job at noon Tuesday. Among tiiem are our own Sayler and Banning. Cin. ijazts. Employes of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad company Have been notified that drunkenness and frequenting of liquor saloons will be considered suffi cient cause for immediate dischargi:. Sar.i, the girl who could kick higher than any other girl in Soldene's troupe, hxs retire 1 from tlm stage and mar ried, and she only kicks now when she thinks her husband needs it At an auction iu Lancaster county, Pa, while one man wxs amusing him self with an ohl-fxshioned flail, he hit another man and broke his jaw; an inch higher up would have brained the man. The man who married a wholo fam ily lbcs in Traverse county, Mich, His first wife died, and Hu married Her sister. She, too, died, and then He mar ried the mother of His two former wives. A man in Southwalk, Wis kept His mother-in-law in subjection by liring revolver over her Head whenever she displeased him. He has at length grazed Her scalp with a Hullct and been arrestoil. Woiirin'.i Words says that President Eliot of Harvard University, the cook in the Parker House restaurant, Bos ton, and Marv 1. Booth, editor of flarjtrrs ll iz ir, each reecivc t,00 ycar. Miss Iiigersoll, sister of ex-Governor CliMi.iixThiin's wife, is said to bo the best worn m stenographer in the Uni ted States. She sometimes reports Con Tcssional investigating committees, She earns several thousand dollars year. Anna Dickinson read Her new play "Aurelian " to a company of actors and authors at Mr?. Croly's House iu Xew York the other evening. lit dress and diamonds are very much praised Hy the critics. Hut little is said of tho merits of the play. Wisconsin Having offered a bounty for wolf skins, wolf raising Has be come a nourishing business in Hie back counties; but not a safe business, for some wolf raisers have iust been ar rested in Columbia county, and it likely to go Hard, with them. How the Heart of American women must bleed when they reflect that their sex in South Africa are totally- ignorant of tho precious boon of half peck of Hairpins when dressing their tresses. Hairpins are a great civilizer. Norrixtown Herahl. Every Republican monitor of the IIouso and Alexander II. Stephen: have signed a petition to have ex-Congressman Rainey, of South Carolina, who wxs swindled out of his election bv tissue ballots, appointed to some position suited to his abilities. General Mite, one of the midgets uow on exhibition in Xew York, Has Heen presented with a little sister. She weighed nine and one-half pounds at birth, and the General, who is four teen vears old and only weighs nine pounds, is somewhat astonished. Over T.l.ojO head of cattle are shut up on the grazing range in Nebraska, between the two forks of the Platte river. The deep snows prevent tueir reaching the grass, and some Have al ready starved. Pears are entertained of the loss of the entire Herd. Some z:ris aro born to ill luck. One l St. Louis says she don't care wheth er she lives or diei Not a man she knows hxs Had the spunk to ask Her out sleigh-ruling this winter, while those pug-nosed Smith girls 'cross the way have lx-en out every day or two. AwlrutJ llazur. This lx'rhhlical ruhadub over a man without a country is very small Husi- ness for statesmen, but it is High time the South were learning the solid f.oct that the Xorlh long ago determined to draw the line of pardon somewhere and drew it just this side of Jefferson Davis. l'h il.i. T ii .. Continual dropping will wear away ii stone. It is different with brick. A chap wha started for home hist night with "a brick in His hat," dropped numerously on the way. Hut when lie reached kis residence the "brick" was still there, a trifle larger than when he started, if anything. AUxiny Argnx, A little three-year-older in this city aw his father put HiJ false teeth into his mouth tho other morning while he .s dressing. II-' came aro'in 1 a few inmates after and said: 1 say. papa. Have you chewed them up yet?" The same li'. tie one saw a hearse passing one day ami exclaimed: "Papa, there Ci.es th." c ilVni luck!" Hartford 7'i.1."..--. The m-Miey spent in flowers during the past winter in Xew York would establish a -cries of National Banks. One i' nst acknowledges having made !'V smother ?7.. and their statcm -ats are readiiy Ix lieved yheii it is remembered that on one floral re ception a fortnight ago tiie Hiil of flowers, plants. au-I vines w.n over :? 1,0- . AN ORDINANCE Granting to "Tiffs Water Works" the right to use the streets, alleys and public grounds for to use the streets, alleys and public grounds for the purpose of laying pipes and extraditing and protecting Water Works, contracting and prowling for a supply of water for Are and other purposes, and to repeal an ordinance characin named. SECTION 1ST. I)F IT :iAINKI f:Y THE CITY COUS li r-,1 nf iii,-i iiv ol Tiflm. Hut tle-rr i Ix-rr- '. i.-n xikI irriiiiteil l tiie "Julio Wier vei. . cifiieiiv uiy uru'iiizptl under lli- ,:ir.i rif li,.- .I.-i;,. VlUiO.i lileir KMK-lilrt, iiC- ..-. mxmi:ii!. lli.-1-iclu.-.nr niilit and pnv ii. Li- f .r Hu- iir!.l of l-ulv-lle -ar le I .' ih -a., iif of tiie rav.rt of Ihl-i ordi- ! iiii.o--. ( supinyius tiie C-'y Inni. in,.,aiil ! .. n.. r, .f m itli maii r Uibtf lk?n fi.ilil .w ii M'tii iti!l in U'-h iiiaimrr x-i will v":i,-r- !- .i.j.-.-t am! rurjii- rf Ui said I itiii Whiit V.-.rLs." tlieir iw-iiii-. suro-.-uirs. or :l i-ii." in ms u'i llic ol-j-ct uii'l riijuiri-iuriiL-i lif-n-in -iiuinrrdiMi. ii.- -r Tl.:.l liit-siilil -Tinill Wider WM"kH, lin-ir ai-il-. "Uict-v-n, or aiims iiill i.nv.-.luriic t ri:i lli- nrliiMVtr rmht ! u.e !.iij ?lreM. lane. iilK-y. iaeallc. iiuWit ,iiiare .r i:ii'!i'-pi.i-e 111 Mid. nty, f,r Uie l.uri.ru-ol Uiiicitou pipt "r Klier Axlurrs, l..r Her coiivAanee and ditribulion of water ,,r any nf Uit:'urnasi euiitempialcd in liiit oiiiinaitr. ... And Initio piinf'f taylns Kll P'P. or fer llitr pui-nov ut rcpainnp, relaying, or chaujj iii tiie Millie, at any nine duriii;; .laid lenu. or lor Hip parvoef rriuoviiiK llieauf, or any pari liiereof, tliey sliali Uae Hie nnul lo dis uirO, rrineaiid di up Uie surface, and Uie tin- materials of s;ud iireeW. lanes, alleys, side waJks.puliiic uaie. or piildic ptaew.diiring Uie time ueees-.arv lor said worn, rrovidedtue ma terial so diatur bed be replneed iUioul unneces ary delay. Iloldiiuj UieCilv uanuless from any damage or aerldeut occasioned by any neglect to repiarv said eartb. and lo Ixi put baek to Uie acreuiaiice of the Street omiiiisiouer. Sue 3. Tliat tlie said "lilliii Water Works," tbeir a.i- lates. suecevtors. or amicus shall set hydrant at sueb points, and lay water pipes of sueti lentrtlii and diinensious.and to such points as has been agreed uoii between the walereom mitlee, ami Hie said --Titliu Water Works,"and imlicatod by Mes-rs. Myers and Klsher, Uxu the map of said City ol liriiu, made by ill. J. 1. Cook, of 1 oledo. Ohio. I A seliedule of tlie amount of plx-i and la tliiof Uie same beiiit! appended hereto marked "A," and made part liereof.) .settiu tlierexi iniiety-ei(;lit double nozzle hv.lr.int.- for Inch the City is to (my WUie said -i illiii Water Works." tlirir associaU-s. succes sors and assnms. the sum of uiiieiy dollars er aiiiiuni i-r hydrant, payable ou the first days of April and leUiber. All lire hydrants will be subject to rental from the dale lixed forcoinpleliouof tlie works, iijii approval by tile City Council, a liual trial to be liad before tlie hole work is aeorpted. Sr.i 4. The said -Tifliu Water Works." lln-irMK-wssors ami asniiriM shall commence the w ork as soon as pnu-lieible, and prosecute it with diliceuce, eivniK the eily lire proleeUou :.s soou as ie.sible, oniplcUiiK the saiuo ou or before August 1st. 1STS. II is uiiilersiood that Mm work shall eom ineii. e w illini leu d.ivs after lue acceptance of a pass;ie ol this (OTlllialHY. .sw. 4. lhe pumping capacity of the works w ill uot be levs than ii.uuu.wuu tr-dlous even- -J4 hours, and with sufliilent power to maintain 7 Isj hnh streams lo Uie height ot lou leet. to lie Umiwn throiif;li 'Ml feet of hose at lai hed lo a hydrant. The hydrants at the Anal test to be M-lected by tlie Council, but snail not be from one line of pine. Skc. 6. The said -lillin Water Works," Ihc-ir associates, successors or assitfis, Lereby asree that there shall be two separate ami dls lluct pumps and machinery, eiluer driveu by water or stream, either of which shall lie suf ficient to do the work alxive mentioned so that there shall be no possibility of a stoppage by breakacu of one. All the machinery will be of the latest and most approved descnpUou ; all hvdr.inls to be double uouled of lhe most ap proved kind, and that the City shall only be come liable for breakage or repairs wheo they Ix-come dauwed or broken, by neglect, or abuse of its servants. Fire pressure shall be put on wiihin Ave minutes of the notice of a lire, sivcu by electric alarm or otherwise. Skc. 7. All hydrants in nu in tier above one hundred shall be at the rate of 7S per year rentid pavable semi-annually, and Ix-come line on the first day of October aud April, and they shall be at an avcrane distance, less the sixteen inch pipe, of all pipes laid. Sue. H. It is also agreed that the City shall have thu right to water for sprinkling tlie streets under proxr and reasonable restric tions from fire hydrants and from tanks erected by the Cily lor tilling water carts, w hich shall lie erected at the Cily's expense, subject to the inspection of the Superiuleudent of Uie Water Works. Also in the City Buildings and Engine Houses free of eix-nse, aud under the same restrictions as a private consumer, and subject lo the insiiecliou of the Superintendent of the Water Works. Also to Hush nut the gutters and sewers by the Street Commissioner, he giving due uotlce lo lhe Superintendent. Also, a City Fountain, and as many drinking fountains as the City may elect to build, it Is agreed that water so furnished shall be of such a character and such quality that shall not be detrimental to the health of those that use iL Src. . The said City shall, during the ex istence of the franchise hereby granted, pass, maintain and enforce all Ordinances, peuai or otherwise, which shall be necessary or proper to protect aud maintain the purity of tiie water from which lhe supply shall be laken, and to protect the prox;rty of Uie said "TUnn W ater Works," their associates, successors or assigns lrolu depredations or injury. And hereby grant) and confers upon said 1 illin v ater v orks," their associates, succes sors and assigns, all the rights, powers and nrivilegirs which it possesses uuder the taws of lhe Male of Ohio, to condemn property for lhe purpose of constructing aim olK-numg wa ter Works. That all that 'the property costs aud expenses of condemning proxrty so taken shall be paid by the Water Company ; aud no liability be incurred by the City. Sec. in. Said mains, pipes and hydrants to Im- laid at tlie dept Ii of four and one-half feet from grade of streets that have lieen estab lished, or that the City shall establish before pi-es are laid. All pipes aud hydrants to be tested lo 3U0 Ixiuiiils hydraulic pressure ixrr square inch, or if wrought iron is used, to 7uu ixiiinds ix.-r square inch, before the work is laid. skc. II. It Is agreed by the said Tiffin Wa ter Works," heir axsixrlates, successors, or as signs, that If they shall fail to comply with any part uf the foregoing contract, they shall be liable for all damages accruing therefrom at auy time : or if they shall fail to furnish a supply of water for fire punxises (after written notice from the Chief Engineer.) as agreed upon. Iheu the City may run and oxrate tlm Works, charging thu cost to uie rental, to be paid I said City, until said "Tiffin Water Workv- their assixMatca, successors or assigns, agree to furnish the tire protection agreed upon. Skc. 12. That the said "Tifliu Watur Works. shall within ten days from and after the pass age of Mils ordinance, file with the City Clerk of said City, a written acceptance oi mis onu nance, and uikiii the tiling of said acceptance this ordinance shall liecomo aud I contract, between said City and said "Tiffin Water Works." their associates, successors am assigns, and shall be so construed, and shall not Ik; subject to repeal or amendment during said term for whlcu said rights are granted, ex cept by written consent of both coutracun; narlies. This ordinance Is meant to be confirmatory. and a lulhilmciii ot a proposition iroin s. u. Wiley & Co., tn tho Tiffin Water Works, made (o them July 1st, lSTK. ami countersigned or ac cepted by the Tiffin Water Works. Skc. IX Thai an ordinance entitled "An or diuance to authorize the establishment of W ter Worlis in IheCily of Tifliu, aud to n-gulatr and protect the same, iassl July Mia, 1878. bc and the same nereby is ruin-uled. Passed March 1X7H. P. H. RYAN. GEORGE ERNEST. City Clerk. Pres't of Council. Tlie Tiffin Water Works, by S. U Wiley. Its rn-sidelit hereby acceiits of all and singular, lhe lenus. covenants, conditions aixl agree ments iu the foregoing ordimuioe contained and hen-liy covenants and agrees lo comply with ana I in i y penorin me same ou nx part. S. L. WILEY. S. L. WILEY. President of Tiffin Water Works. TIFFIN, O., March 12, 1879. TIFFIN, O., March 12, 1879. A Schedule of Water PifX lo U tii.l ts fMr. awofi-et, Id-Inch, from Works lu comer of Washington and Sycamore Sts. louu feel, lo-inch, ou Monroe St. from Syea more, north. li'o feet, s-iucli, on Monroe from last point north. ls5o feet, i?-lnih. on Washington from Hyea more to Market. ISO feet, 10 inch, on Washington froia Market to IVrrr. 4Vi feet, 6-incli, on Washington from Terry to nnuge IK") feet. 8-lncli. ou Jcffersou from Cue to M.-jn. IC0 feet,6-ini-h, on Jefferson from Main to l'errv. lino feet, ft-luch, on Circular from Sycamore to lieoecca. Goo feet, lo-lnch, ou Coo from Catholic Church to Jellerson. ' feet, G-inch, on Coc from Circular St., east- wam. 130 leet, 4-lneli, on Melmoro from Circular, north. lsoo feet. C inch, on Mclmore from Circular, SOIIIII. Via feet, C-inch, on Washington from Circular, south. 5ou feet, e-lnch, on Monnie from Sycamore. south. 4i0 feet, 4-inch, on (no name) from Circular, east. 14oo feet, C-inch, on Malu from Circular to Jcf ferson. X fi-et. C-lnch. on Main from Circular, east 'JUO feet. G-iuch, oil Madison from Mouroo to Jetlerson. 3uu feet, 1-Inch, on Market frum ilonr- e west. 1.7) feet, c-inch, on Market from Monroe to W aslnugton. lfluO feet, s-iuch, on Market from Washington, eiLsu 17.'i feet, 6-luch, on Market from end of 8-Inch, east. ViO feet, 4-Inch, on Jolinston from rortla.nl souiu. ltw feet,-Iuch, on Ureenlleld from Market, east. 1300 feet. C-tnch, from Market, through Uberty lo Kauroau nx. ion ft-t. 4-inrh from last 8-inch to brevrerr. sou feet. C-iuch, ou Charioiu-e from Monroe. west. soo fis t, 4-inch, on Charlotte from 6-inch pipe, west. 4vi feet. -lneh, oa rerry from Jefferson to aslungton. IVi feet, lo-inch, on Perry from Washington to sinnnK". Cuo feet, M-iuch, on rerry from Monroe across river. Wo feet, lo-inch, ou Clay from River to 1 ranklin. 3j0 feet, x-uich, on Clay from Frankliu to Sau- dusKy. srm feet, 4-inch, ou Clay from Sandusky lo Went. laai feet, 8-iiicii, on Sandusky from Clay to Market. 500 feel, 4-inch, on Sandusky from Market south. coo feel, G-iu, on Water from Perry to Mar ket. lSJOf.-et. e-hicli, on Market from Water to liailroad. 13 u feet, tt-lnch, oq MarKc-f front Sandusky wesL 5oo feet, 4-inch, fmm Market north to Perry in risnoaugii s Aiiuiiiou. law leet. 8-Inch, on Frauklln from Clay uonn. 4oo feet. G-lncn, on Miami from Frauklln to Sandusky. Ooo feet, x-ineh. from Franklin to Sandusky St lo comer oi iiuuson. 3vm feet, 6-inch, on Sandusky from Hudson to lomn. too feet, 6 inch, on Ihwn from Sandusky, west. 8 feet, C-luch, on Davis from Sandusky east. era f-et, 4-inch, on Tomb from Sandusky essr. 3uu feet. 4-Inch, on Miami from Franklin to railroad. jo feet. 6-inch, on Adams from Franklin to La- favette. JOO leet, 6-tncb. I ju leet. 4-inch ( To hydrant on Washington St. ui corner ailev. jin feel, 4-iucli, ou alley from Clay to Miami !i, i feet. C-inch, on Harrison from Franklin to WOiittirtoll. R.VI. fwt.6-nicli. on llarn-on from Washiu-ton to Water. tTiU feet. 6-inch, ou Noble from Washington lo Minerva. w feet, 4-i:ic!i, oa X.ible fr.xu Mimrva east Sou f-et, 4-tnc'n, on Minerva from Noble north. 14w f-ct. s-lnih, on W ash install from Harrison lo ebster. xuo feet, ti-iuch. from Washlugtou to Sandusky. colllllieetlllg MIIUlll. ToUd number of Slop alves, 54 or CO. "Tolinnv. stand ui licre ami let ua spo if vou're primed for Hint little dose of lirecix-itv we're to give the company -lllt;ili. "at oinci ia-.uiiiii ix-smes fie woriu turns ir trotlilen on jr The iaul." "Wiieredo you sret your au thority?" -From tue Hilda where It siiv-. "the y.irui wgulil aipl tlfe fJaul.'" YonUer's VazttU. LACU PA August 2d. lsTT. Mb. Wemdkli. Mabtzkll : Dear Sir I had Iwn a sufferer from Catarrh for many years, which Dually extended to the bronchial tubes, when luy physician told me I had brmehitis. 1 was hoarse for a long time, then I cimuienced to cough, my lungs became involved, and in Jauuary last 1 had a hemor rhage. The cough became worse, shortness of breath, palpitation ol the heart, pain in the side, night sweats and hectic fever followed. 1 was reduced to a skeleton, laboring lor bit breath, and Draviuu tiod to let me die aud end luy suffering. My iamiiy pnvsician. ir. Lawrence, tola me I would not surfer long auv more, then turned to nty husband and said slie cannot live over night. That eveumg one of the children read the story of the discovery of Lacula lo me, and now it saved Aaa alter all nopes ! ner recovery had gone. My husband determined to do aU he could for me, seat for a bolUe. 1 took sev eral doses that night, and got a little better. The next day I look a tablespoonful every three hours. The doctor hearing 1 was still alive, called and expressed his surprise at the change of my pulse aud nugx-oved circulation. my uuger n uis iixiKing natural, ne said, wnne in the evening they were blue, as also were my lips, and scarcely any circulation. He was l.J.I.I.,l..l,.,.l.b,u 11,..., .a ull.ll I am opposed lo all patent medicine, nut this i. ........ .M...... .....i. u. ....I.. i.. ...... I ....l.l advise you to keep ou biking It as long ae It beuelltji you." Webiokhis advice audi kitpt ou taking it until about four weeks ago, about lhe first of July. I took twenty-oue bottles lu all. 1 am now heavier than I ever was, perfect ly free from cough, shortness of breath or pain ; have a good appetite, no hawking or eloanag of the throat as I have beeu doing for years bo fore I took sick. It seems to uie that my health Is perfect, and I owe It all to Lacuplit. I would like you to publish this letter, so that others afllicled may lie Induced to take this great medicine lx-fore they get as low as I wx. Dozen of my friends who knew what Lacupia was doing forme have been taking it for oUier diseases, aud all speak highly of iL if you would like certificates from more trivial cases than mine you can get any number of them by writing to me, w hen I will gladly get them for you. Youro truly, Mus. J. P. French. Cantou, Ohio. Kememlxr, llemember, itememlier, KemenitxT, itememlx-r, lememlHr, Kemembov, w hen when when when Wllell when when you are sick, you are sick, you are sick, you are sick, ymi are sick, you are sick, you are sick. the blood the blood the bhxxl I he blood lhe bloixt lhe blood the blood Is impure, is impure, is impure, is impure, is impure, is impure, is impure. Therefore, take I.-irupla Immediately, Therefore, take l.acupia Immediately, Therefore, take l-icopia immediately. Therefore, take licupia immediately, Thesefore, take lteupia immediately. Then-fore, take 1-u-upia immediately. Therefore, lake l-aciipia immediately. Therefore take licupia immediately. to purify tlie blood, to purify the I'hxxl. lo purify the blood, to purify the IiIixmI. lo purity the bhxxl. to purify the blixxl. to jiurify the blixxl. to purify thu blixxl. when Wheu When When When When When Wheu the blixxl Is the blood Is the bhMNl Is the blixMl is the bioixl is the bhxxl is the bhxxl is the blood is pure (Mini Mire pure puni pure pure pure there eau there call there can there can there can there can there can there can tie no be no be uo be no be no be no Ik: no bo uo disease, disease, disease, disease, disease, disease, disease, disease. Ttemenilx-r, Ijicupla does hut one thing, Kememlx.r, l.acupia does but one thing, ltemeiiiher, Iu-uiia dors but one thing, kememlier, K-u-Uia do-s but one tiling, Hemeuilx-r, lju-upia dix but one thing, ltemeiiilxT, Iieupia dix-s hut one thing, Kenx-mlier. Itcupia dix-sbut one thing, kcuiembcr, Lacupia does but one thing. tt ouly purifies the blood, it mily jninfles the blood. It only purities the bloixl, it only ixirilles the IiIimxI, It only puriries the blood, it only purities the blood, II only purities the blood. It only puritli-s the bhxxl. and when that Is dono aud when that is done and when that Is done and when that ts done and wheu jllat is dono aud when that Is dime and wheu that is done and when that Is dono nature will do the rest, nature will do the rest, nature will do the rest, nature w ill do the resl. nature will do lhe rest, nature will do the rest, nature will do the rest, ualuie will do the resl. LACUPIA. No. r. VixCm i STniiKT, DiVTuSI. O.. September t, U77. Mr. Wk.ndkij. MaUTXKU.: Dear Sir I have been a sufferer from dvu- peusia and liver comulaiiit. with all Us horrid consequences, for a long time. I first tried sr cral of the most prominent physicians la ptf ton. They failed in giving me eveu lessporary relief. 1 then tried some highly recommended taieui mcuiciiies. out wuu uo iteiter resulta. In my way to the mill one mormur. I oleked uo one oi iwar iicupia circulars, read u. and laughed most heartily at the ridiculous discov ery of Lacupia, but I could not get it out of my mind : thought of it all dav long, la tlie even ing I stopped In at hrarelin's dnig store and Doiigui a Dome, i got ueiter Irom the moment I took the first dose. It is now alamt two weeks since I commenced taking it, aud I feel as well as 1 ever did iu my life. I can eat like a wood-chopper without the least unpleasant sensation anerwarus. two of our children were slrk, one with summer complaint, and ths other with the chills and fever. Lacupia cured both perfectly in a few davs. My wife was suddenly taken with a shortness of breath, al iiRt suffoealiug ; a high fever followed, which eouflued her to bed. I insisted on going for me uocior. uut no, sne would not listen to It. She having been afflicted once before In the same way, aim lor a long time the doctor failed to relieve her, to she was determined this time to try the Lacupia ; and. miraculous as it may seem, sne is well, and has lx-en taking It ler oniv one wee, i woniu not lake Are hundred dollars aad ie deprived of this wonderful medicine. Hoping that you will vx,n have It introduced all over the haltal;io wqrld, and bless mau- bl,l vlll. II u,.u,.u I -.1 1 am your-, tnilv. JI.'II. Stai K. Sold by all Druggists. Prioo ci nn nor R.-ifirt. c:w Bottles for $5.00. LACUPIA! NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK, TIFFIN, OHIO. Capital and Surplus, $150,000. j. n. i.ixitm j. i. iiami i:ki.i rllil..fir. ler. IUMTiiKS. J. II. filioll. J. !. Ux.illS. A. h. IH LY. U. W. fiHAUHAS, J. sJ. SAl ijil;. KALH IX Government and Local Bon' and Seouritios, COLD AXD SILVKU WIS. m FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AUD Agents for the White Star Steamship Line. Issues Cers-Scatst ef Oepeeit bearing Interest Discounts paper ot every descnpUou and does a General Banking Business. LEGAL NOTICE. Willliam Haines SJidl Aun K. Halues, his I In the Court of Com tie, s. ..i won fleas o! fecueca county, Ohio. William A. Ixxnbard AaUiauiel .Lombard Civil action. ' and others. j Albert H. Bull, of tie State of New York, will take noUre that William Haines and Aun K. Haines, his wife, did on the lsth day of Kebruarv 1S7, Ble laetr petluoo in the Court of C'ouiuiou Pleas of said Soueca county, Ohio, against him ..,.1 Willi,..., A I .mharJ Vf Klil..l M I ,. bard. Johu 0. Warner an 4 Frances Warner, his wife, in A. Louiuara, Harriet A. laHiioaru, I harles a. Lorn hard aud Ueorge K. laimbard Haines, is seized of the uUe lu fee simple by luherilance of the undivided one-eigth part of the real estate in the petition descnlx-d, and trial tne defendants, eicepi sal a Aiw-n n. nun ere tenants iu common with her lu said Wcni- Ises. aud that said Albert H. bull claims some Interest iu said remises. and praying for au onier to partition saiu real esuiur, wnicn is ue scribed lu said petition as follows, being situate lu the County of beneca aud Male of Ohio, to-wil : A certain traet of land situate In section thirty-nte (J6) range tbirteeu (13) towushlp one ft, comuieuciug ior uie same at the Southwest comer of the north west quarter et said secUon thlrty five (35). runuinr thence east thirty-two rods. thence north eighty rods, thence west thirty two rods, thence south, oa aud along the see Uon Hue, eighty rods to the place of begiuuing, containing sixteen acres of land, more or less. Also a lot of laud, commencing for the same at a corner stone between Daniel Slosser's and Peter Clou's lands lu said section thirty-flve (Xi, ninnliig thence north six and one-half rods, thence east along the section line ten rods, theuce south ten reds to the center of the road, thence west ten rods, along the road leading from Adrian lo Siiringrllle. lo the place of beginning, containing one-naif acre, more or less. ALso lou numbered forty-eltht (). twenty seven (271. twenty-eight '5x. and one hundred (100), lu the village ot Adnaa, exeepUng twelve sojiare rods, more or less, off Uie east end of said lot loo. Aud that he la reonlred to answer said petition on or before the Wu day of April, A. u. ills. WILLIAM HAINES and ANN E. HAINES, bis wife, fly U.T.Ckamir, their ateroey. nil-t Lawson's Is an Internal ::id ostcrnal rem edy, for the cure of all diseases ol a nerv ous nature, deriving it curative properties from a combination of -Uo liEST MEDI CINES which medical skill ami I1H13 ex perience in the trvatuK'iit uf diseaaca lias decided to be tl; triw rcuivslioi for such complaints. RHEUMATISM rJEURALGIA SCIATICA CAN BE CURED. Somanylnslanccswncrescrererasesof Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Scwla-a. Ague iu Esce, Nerv ous Headache, etc., have been entirely cure,! by the Curative, that wu do n4 nuilUiU lo suy it Will rare evt.y caso It uk-I as we direct The enres performed has slonlshed the med ical profession, as well as tlie (Mtienu Ihem- salvea, wbs ! auay r lutai (rivest pp mil ks ef ever feeing eared. ' The Curat; ve b put up lu large bottles for family ust . sud no hunl'y should bo srldiout It. Fer Barma, Healda, "t. WeasHta, BleeettBsr. Tvtliaeh. Earache, Horm Threw. Dlwalaerta. 'atrra. Bawel Caaaalaiata. UUlmrj t aaawlalata, msmI all Serraae Dtoean. It la taa BEST REMEDY KNOWN. Do not suffer pain when yon can bo so easily cured. Every Draggist keeps It. PHMMB ss- lawion Chemical Co., Cleveland, 0. Large Sin Bolllet 50 cent. Jones & Bro. Have Removed their Stock ut llowds to lu. HATS. CAPS. BOOTS sad SHOES, BLOCK, U And have received a New Line ol HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Aud a general Stock ol Gent's Furnishing Goods. Give on a eaH. No. 5 Empire Block. 3STE3W Book Bindery Cor. Washington and Perry Sts, TIFFIN, O. Entrance on Perry Street U.M.Ini Si.ul t,J ..mfkln. la tl. tin. of Book Binding done by aie la the best of style, and at reasonable rates. Old Books re-bound. UivemeaealL ery respectfully. L. W. ZIMMER, nrr. H. S. WENNER & CO., Jefferson St, Tiffin, 0., CrO E m tn Have ea hand a lanre and Ine stock ot arriages, Buggies i Wagons H. S. WEN.NKK A CO. O T J'il. A Cheap Farm For Sale! The unite rtifktd olfen a fans for tale, eon- r-.ii.inif li arres. bald larn Is located one aad one-hall BtiU-s Borthwest ot Beaton, Crawford nrtirily, ., and three miles east ot 8yeaiare, Wvandot county, and Is under a good stale oi rulttvaiKMi. aa acres ar cleared ; a rood honse two barns, rood bearing orchard and spleadld ly watered by a a pel l if running through said farm, and very convenient and desirable lo cal km. Two and oue-baJf Biles from the fuutemy Si Toledo railroad. For fnnaer Bar tieulan call upon or write lo tht tuboerfber foplar poKtoflk-e, Crawfocd tuunty, ahleh will be promptly responded to. iiCOH JLt r LI T H i B 0 1' Steam Book Job Printing HOUSE, 58 MARKET ST 58 All Kinds of JOB WORK Done on the Shortest . Notice, in the Best Style of the Art, and at REASONABLE RATES 3 3 Fast Steam Presses. Also a flpli-ndld A-uorlinent nf Job Type, aud employ none but rirxt-clasa Workini n. WE KKKP A Large Stock OF Paper and nvelopes UN 11AM). Our Wants ! If yen want Pixderx, If yon waat Kxvelooes. If yoa waut Kill linals. If yoa waat HtalMuenlM. If you waut Hi ltbcls. If yoe waut Kola lleaN. If you waut Show l arilx. If yoa was "ertilb-al. If yoa waat Rail Tlcki-ii. If you want l'rixrramnra. If you waiK Bottle LafcvK II yoo want Auction IlilW, If yea want tall Inn I'ariN. If yoa want Letter Hali. If yea want Baak Cbck If yoa want lpi'lli Checks, If yoe Want WeliliHK 1 'anls. If yon want Buxlue faniv Ifyod want Pai,slelx I'r.nli 'l, If yoa want Bnsiaew i Ircnlars,' If yoa want Job i'rtnunirof .-iiivdes-rition. U . A In iw.l .u,.r..,.f,.rv f.l.r Call at or scud orilm lo Hie IHIBUNE OFf ICE Advertisers mefilnm I'W rwKUue urn ;ti l the lurj- rtio-y of mnmvri. tlie w.u uf wLi. li U tniMi- Iatt to jmu. ii wiiitj c.i-cil of tTrilry which iu cirtfilatooa civn. m wull t!i M prot, by waoia it w litit-n mini r make nir, aad w aHii at all tii- lm s;atl to produce eonvlaHftK proofs from former pitlnHis or wnac iay n jvreinpiiHfii. j.iofntj .vra offwevd. Ktinial-4 aiil tw furuLtii-! WHUfypj ou appiicuiiun. Circulation. a520. (This is Boas-Fide.) Rares of Subscription, 'FEE OF FOmTAIIK:, One Year Six Mouths Three Months. ou . 1 0J so Call on us for good work at Low Trices. LOCKE & BRO. - - Tiffin, Ohio. THIS CUT REPRESENTS THE FARM Of Jasob Eaum, SL PauJ, Pickawav County, Ohio, Hedged by the Dayton Hedge Company, No. 383 West Third Street. Dayon. Ohio. i- - i?A"rV . V 1 r V :', .n.. ,.i,w" ;.!!,. il, .M-i-iii'iv 'l:uil Ill Ileum ml.T!.i:.l aim ueni uiiiii. I a, npMl.1 to tie able lo slate that I il a.c had wired down bv the lie.lne C in . ae.r.i;: " ' , ..i ..: ,ii i i.rei.1 r..,.n.. iu r'T fU'i, 11i-t:.vt:iv fi.unlv.niiio. Aiiust :x tsJX Ti i, to certify t'l-t fie Hedid::: forntwuv pnt.-.l r. I. of hlai::-t tr i"'-. the sprmj ,.i- w i r"ih -v i vCL .-1 .V... ...l.uiiel.l..v.:.,oli..iHi.d. .inr.ni- tin- :. of KTJ, aei ,-1 'w ." . iV i i : - rv i rt.-,,.ar. ami tnn. il xi-l .4 -t-K mnil and lar,-e. The said ,m 'j i,v." ,1 n t"d Kris in II wiis f l .x and w n.-h I .-. y Kd H; i.-i!ull : i n" 1 have limber kU. ii I!i. iu a r.?tnu.t i. ih yw-ej-s pli.uiiinr of Ix... ?. mv e pvL-fcAlU a il tefl their .MK-rienc-d I u.f neo-i, five .h.llan per rV-l I and be hm- J .-I i- a s.:ti.-t:cd !hr.l ll.cv Me the rtaht men in the ril.l xu.-. iiijiiuii, i-ii." Jai-ob Hal M, iMiice deceased). r.t-OTRi'. .. S nt. mber T4h. I3TT. tf.. r.'v.'ril .!i.-ila:i'ns tn.m Mr. Jiiiv.ill. I vi-dt.-d and ..nniii.. d several Imlicns in MM vieiiiilv ol .r.-stline. .l:!ie, and tran.-.l :u-.-..plii;S t.. the patent n.s.,1 bv I he tie.le t'.Hiipany. iiiil il'lii, Ii 1 at...n-;v (,reii.li.-. .1 asalu-t the old -txieoi -& and llievcl Ihem to be it rui'ire lean eii.-ert.iliy i.v lhe he,l-es n.a.le by Hue fooinaiiy are sue h au improvement over "muiMl anil m.ikhe.: it so Ihi.-k at the base, w here il Uh-1 u.x.-d.-d. that it n an ulu.r iiuixsj f," 7v "o. .v m" b. R. ti.r..u.-h. It isonly i..-.u-v U Or ttr" apprrnaled. I :'ui .u--.1 JutTttut-u U-anv c:...i:ol be t.x. aell ,..itroi.ucd. J UtUf IV M. T!ii nils represent a In ttjo of which the nclit ycetion is win d at nil ancle from : to t lie. glees aU.ve iiie Bn.nd ami pruned, making a h.'S !.n.f h..ee lhe luiddU.- r. (jr.uU. one man with an iini.l. iiu-i.t iniileil a laher. ned iu b. mlin- lhe planus, ami the other hum laid' emus them with aiineaieri i:.-semer M. el wiie. The Ml section represents a uatural Ii.Ik.! viillionl the Improv. ineiils maiiu on it by bviniiutr. wnins i-nd ixiiiiiiik. ' '-iMsisiorertil'v't .tleVb'!:e' r.'.nipaiiv. drsiniini.f liavitiK their pli ii of l.uihllng INeue Onin-e Hedges pla.-e.l lwlon- (lie f irint is.it I rauii.r.i etnu.ty.at their -.Tib Annual tair, .lid en ter I fin a..ie b.r l-xhibilioli. A roiiuiiilli-e wax appointed lo leH-tt llieremi. v. ho ou li k 24 mule lhe f..l!..fi r.s.rt : -liavini; s. . n the Ileum s hmlt by lhe He.iee ( oiiipni.y, e ehe.-i-lully reeiimx ;ulj:u- ijp." U f a reuiin I .lit :..m:-. as li e It. aid may direct. K. i. CltAMIittiS. -e lary. From the Agriculturul Society, Mt. Vkrm.s, Ohio. S. pt. nib.-r Sflti, 1x7. Wctheu:i.ter-ic,lc1iTi.,iiHtcc. apjxiiiited by the S.en laiv .dll.eKnox ..mily ""' Aurirulliin-. have eiainiiie.l llchsnt that were bent, wired, and prmi. d i. rilled pUshnm by the llede l ompanv. I bund lhe... all and re I . :iu we exx ete.l A hi-o.; tnilij. . nhder llilssvriii. eiuniot fail lo resnlt in a I. ma- that wnl l a complete pr..l.x-i on m:jii.m all kinds .. -..-.ir ii - ,.,,. I tl.Lssvstcm loall. ku.iniui: it to be the Uii-ssini; link wiuited Ior ll.l c.,ii:pletr..nf:.xrfMthe,e TlKFl.t. tllllO. 0-totT Tlh. ISJK. We tlie iiiiilerskiu-l Innrmarv IMri clors of Sciu -a coniily. Ohio, do erlify lh:U we have visr it. , I ind examined .seker.il of-llie liclites plashed, tniin.-d and pinii. d l,y tho linyton ll-ilue rompany We stale as lite result of this examinainni : our opi n is I hat these he.lees are so iri'itJie.1 trained and pinned, as lo r. iinire but a very small amount ol labor lo keep Hi. in In iM-rlect order during lhe remainder of tlielrenUieiiee. We rneom ml hedges grown i n their fiUui and would be plea-cd :os.cever ruuil sijle l thi-riiMli! lined with I ins kind of a I. nee. ATTI.'A. I'lllO, Itctolvr Jll, IrfTX On a close examination i.f tlie liedees lr;n.iiie.t. Inilm il. r. iii.sleie.1 and pruned. lueoiuinK la lhe plans adopted bv the 1-avK.n lleile (-iiipanv. we ttnd Id. it. siil-.tanl-il, roinpact in loim. l-aiiiiiiil ami very desirable indeed. We Inn her stale thai lhe prnnini: of 11 e e he.lces b very much simplified and xia.le v. rv easv, and ate pl. as.-d lo reeommviid the ssteni and work uf lliis company lo the iH-..te j;. iier.llv. 1 1 K N K v sin rKS, lailor. Allu-a. I . o..ihio. We fully ceurtir lu !l.c ::l i-ye r.il ::.f nn' ItKPb-ni.i.-, Ik.UiWr Sth, tT I am pleased to stale that I havu ti.k.-ii i cea.-ion lo rxiitiiine lleilr.es lli-t have been pla.hCJ, Iraiiied an. I pruned by Uie ll.iylou Heil -.p-.-1 ..inpany. I li. ir system of Hellenic 1 veiy su er ior ti.aiivthius: lhat I have ever si en iu the way ol ll.-.l-inn. r. mlerinu the Irimmins; very m.sy as compared will! llic old slvle ssI.-im. lam aeouaioted v. illl seveial m. ml . is of lhe .u papv, ajnl have i;iveii my order tor f.r lln.nsapd mis el their 1. -i.it. t- l. hTH mil. Ceanrcl Msrsjcr Sid Esiicilor for Sees Coo.t,; Nekideecs H Jut. ti(. tf V'-'-'Lirslo" M t dully Slrecls, Nartk End ol tiiy- T:n, Ob o. New Firm and New Goods! Great 3lvugliter 3a.lo in Extra Low Prices During tin Xivt Thirty lUys on PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS, PATENT ROCKERS AND ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS. Please Call and see tin- I jrju S'o'-k, Attended to ProijipUy. Remember th Flao& Now Store, West crror,tofT.oo. Confectionery O. JVi:. YEHK cSc CO, FINE CANDIES AND NUTS OF ALL VARIETIES. Staple Groceries, Hams, Choice Cigars & Tobaccos. WARM MEALS OH LUNCH AT ALL HOURS, Spayth's Block, opp. Court House, Tiffin, 0 uder MANUFACTUK.EU3 OT" Carriages, Buggies, Wagons Ami rTy K;hI ol U.:il V-.iiH.-i mi h;un o l .11; q -Mir rk Au-I oth.-r u. ! v:t);il-i.-lt(t!tri;v i:u itH, V- jui-Mf. aJUM t iii..Mtif.:-hii Latest Styles of Carriages and Road Wagons And d-f ei.ii'.K-tition, Wh lu l'e:im.-.s nd REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. RtMHit nl Shop oh 5I:irk. t Mlri t. ul m.U- .f S: ii.lti ly Itiv.-r. Kl 1KU 6i t titV. M. KEILHOLTZ, 79. -THE-- Veteran Will on the First of April next Move into the Room Opposite National Haw, ana aaops we CASH SYSTEM ! nf.s5irinr to Reduce Stock as much as possi ble, we now ofier to tho GOODS AT GREATLY nnr stnek is of First Quality. ALL will find it to their advantage to EXAMINE OUR GOODS BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. Tirnx.O, January -,. 1-7". W. H. KE3IjKOjL.TZ.II 1. ?ii:i-e ::tij en. Imj i.'a.lly teit trimmed, tlie ,...-w. ' fRKXrl-lM-!. O.. July :. IK an old ll.-.-l.-. :ed he.le trilii . their i-lan of o-r..iiii; 1 li,h.'ini!. nnxlueiim a ihi:M n triiniiK;.!. trr.iiird and tie I'tau LseertaHily utie ol shK,ia at tlie i. II. Wkhiiit," ri-ii.iiiitl.-e. .1. II. N U.I.IMTOX. . Vein.ni. Ohio. i U IKIX Ml IS. IILKB, S., l i, MUS ll VXI KK. Ut::T I". ., Ohio. id. r X0 i:iU of the I.'i .e. O. I". t'UKKX. J. M. Mm;, IlfliU, IIII.O. TS. 0. KEYES, Ana Groceries. ii Frey. M.vit U ifbr. Vr i'-1 Cit I.laOtv (,K VkM iti ih-s hi iiie niiUaL :ir. - v..m 1 lit Ua r;:iiiiif:u-t(n u yiir Vilut lp ll.ii .J-liity. Grocer public generally REDUCED PRICES.