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ThlspowdernovervarleB, A mwrvel of piir
tr.itrcnuthand whnlo somen ess. More econ
lmlcallhan UieordlnaryklndB.fandcftnt.ot bo
tbMlncompctltlon wIUi tho mulltlude of low
i-MMhortwc.ijhtilnm or phofphato pmvdcri,
Wlttnnlylncan. ItotfAl, JUk.ko 1'oWDSn 00.
To strengthen tho atomacli, crcato an
appetite, nnd rcmovo tho liorrlblo depres
sion and despondency which result from
Indigestion, thcro Is nothing so eltectho
m Ayer's rills. Thcso Mis contain no
calomel or other poisonous drug, act
directly on the digestive and nsslmllatle
organs, and restore health and strength to
the entire j stem. T. V. rionncr, Chester,
ri., writes: "I bac used Aju's l'llli
for the past no jenrs, and nm t itlfled
I should not Imo hcen alUe to-day, If It
had not been for them. They
rue of Dyspepsia hen all other remedies
failed, and their occasional uso has kept
Inc. In n healthy condition e".cr since."'
,. N. Smith, Utlcit, N. Y writes i "I
liavemedAjcr's rills.for '.her troubles
and Indigestion, a good nnny J ears, and
have always found them prompt and
efficient In their action." Mellaril Norrls,
l.j nn, Mass., writes : "A fter intit.li Mi.Ti.r
lug, I Imo been cured of Djspcpsla and
Acer's Tills. They hae done lne more
Kood than any other mcillclno I haeccr
taken." John Hurdett, Troy, Iowa,
writes: "I'or nearly two jcars my llfo
was rendered miserable by the horrors of
Djspcpsla. Medical treatment afforded
lie only temporary relief, and I became
reduced In flesh, and cry much deblll
I !cd. A friend of mine, who had been
J.nllarly afflicted, ruhhed mo to try
Ajcr's Tills. I did so, and with the
hippie st results. My food soon ceased to
dlstrrss me, my appetite returned, and I
became as strong nnd v. ell as c er."
SB. J. C. ATEB lu CO , Lowell, Kail,
For sale by all Druggists.
WtXTLD-Kvcrjaawmll a to "now
that I itnthc inly practical. wmnafsc
Ittrerln foludo.andhave made saw malclnj-a
wtrrantedlnsvervpartlcnlar. Addresratl or-J,ere.ol'.nim.ET-.ll2-3t.l!latrst..ToledoO,
Burdock Blood Bitters
Purify the Blood.
Burdock Blood Bitters
Sound. Refreshing Sleep.
BURDOCK BLOOD BlTTERS
That Tired. Weary Feeling.
Sick Ilenilaclir. .
Grvtv -l have been subject to Pick
Tleadache for j cars, anil havo tried, in
Vain, many advertised rtmedies anil sev
eral iihysiriani, bulall to no ptirtwi-e. At
lajsl I tried ourB B. Bitters without
much filth. I admit but to day 1 cm
truly say, that after l iking the third liotth
1 bate not suffered from it. I recommend
It to nil my friemU: several have been
cured b7 it. Mv Utile grandson was per
biancntly cured of Biliousness nnd Bick
Headache, ivlntli weic i-o severe us to
cause convulsions. They have all ceased
itaoe he commenced the ue of B.li.L!.
11KS. U. C. BOl.LE.
Orange, Luzerne County, Pa.
Tli. DXnalalor never I
.tuny raeommena it to an
who antler frum Ullioui
At ticks or any DIscjm canacd by n dlitarransred itatt
pi tat Liver, vr.tt ubUAAiiu, iAiAiTi(tu
'00 YOU WANT GOOD;
T I aaffered Intensely
with Vntl Klnm
neb. llutcli, etc. K nfiltfbbor who bad ulccn
.Wnnoni Uver Hnultpr, lold ma It wai t iun
curt for my trouble. Ttia (Iritdonel took relievetl
n vcrr much, and In oaa week's tlnwt wii
itronir nd bnrty i lever wa It Is lUe Heai
Hdl1a K ever took forI7irpila. M
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TtiUmODT of Himam Warmbk. CblfJuLlcfl ( Ga t
IbiTautedSlmmonaUviPlUgTiUtor for Conftl
pttloaotmr BowiU. caased by a temporary .ue
faagemeot of the Uvrr for tha last tliree or four
ytri. and alwaj-s wltta decldea benefit.'
Um km BETTER
rTHAH CALOMEL ! .JJR?.."BS!U8
Ion of tbe Mrer, and hive bern In tha habit of takloir
'from IS to JW Kraina of calomel, which generally laid
,mtupfortureor four ilayi. lately J bava Ue
,takloa Sim mom Uver Itetrulator. vrhlcb (: m
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
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'DR. GCOTT. 042 Droodwoy, NEW YORK.
KEiaTirDV E.I. IINOBIIUKY
I'S'tysburg, July 10,1830.
Wheat (3 T5oEgg8' 9o
Born 100 lb 33ffl35'riour fl bblt3.00SMOO
I doabolled... 32anual.
Pork bb til O 13
Clover seed )bu $1.60
Potatoes new--" JOfflOO
Urmia. T-bu S
Dried apple)"" 5
W fnoYAi.iitw.l. aa
Considerable mailer crowded over this
Eaater cards, at FiNKnEtNEn's.
Wheat ahooli never stood eo thick up
on the Wg Island.
All kinds of Wall Paper nndv Celling
Dccotatlona, at A. R. CkamVnev'8,
A postal from Mr. V. A. Haas, Loup
City, Nebraska, aaya If they do not get rain
aoon tlielr crops vrlll be a total failure.
School Books, at FlNKDEINKIt'g,
Don't forget tho Excursion to tho
Dayton Soldier' Home next Thursday,
July 22, If you desire to ace the Home,
and cheaply, this year.
All signs havo failed In this locality
and the drouth continues. Tho crops are
suffering Bcvcicly. Surrounding localities
have been favored with local, showers.
A full line of School Books, Slates
Pads, Pens, Pencils, Ac, lor town nnd
country schools, at A.K. Ciiamtnev's.
Bellcvue, Delaware, 8alinevllle and
other points nro moving to close tho sa
loons under the local Option clause of the
Elegant Designs In Jewelry at
The JouitNAL furnishes some inter
esting matter On Fort .Meigs this week.
It will bo a good number to file away
for future reference.
Hon. Octavius Wnteri of Delta,
who ws. well known to many of our read
ers in this vicinity Borne years ago died at
his homo' one day last week. He was a
well informed gentleman, a brilliant ma
son and very highly esteemtd.
Mr. Andrew Deihm oi Walbridge, was
thrown from his buggy on Indiana avenue
Tuesday and was severely bruised about
the lieiul, !aco and hand. Dr. Monroe
dressed his wounds , when he was driven to
Younjr Men, c ill at Finkbeir.er's and
sec that nice lot of latest style neck wear.
Tho Duw law punishes by imprison
ment anil a heavy fine any saloon keeper
who sells liquor to a common drunkard, to
one nlio ia in a state of intoxication, or
who ia a minor. This will reduce the num.
ber ol drunkards snd protect the minors to
a considerable extent. Under this law the
wife of a drunkard can hive a saloon keep
er arrested, fined and imprisoned for fell
fng liquor to her husband, and parents cm
do the same to any one who furnishes
liquor to their minor sons. 1.x.
A fine assortment of Box Paper, Al
btiui, Pocket Books, Purfes, Jewelry
Hniraud Clothes Brushex, very cheap, at
A. ll. (JitAMrSEV's.
Paper is about to monopolize onother
branch of Industry, which is no less a une
than the making of gentlemen headgear
By a new process of manipulition, hats
more servic.ible and liner thsn any now on
the market are made uf wood pulp. They
are impervious to water and not wanting
in flexibility. It is brlieved that fell hats
will have to take a bick seat as loon as
these new hats can be placed in the mar
ket In sufficient numbers to supply the de
mand. They are certain to revolutionize
the Iistter'ri trade, as they can he moulded
into any shape or style desired and colored
to meet tbe taste of the public. They
can be made to repi ciicnt a glossy or nap
py appearanie. J.x.
Verv stylish Soft and Stiff Hata, also
full lineStraw Hats at Finkheinf.r's.
One of these daya a fire will break out
in Lima, and when the firemen throw
water on it to put it out the whole town
will burn down. The water for the water
works ia gathered from a watershed and
swamp near town. Inside this watershed
there are now a score or two of oil wells,
and when they flow the oil runs into the
basin. In time there will be so much oil
In the water that it will lake fire and burn.
Already the Limilte who drinks home
water as a leverage smells like an o,l
well. This Is why the citizens of Lima
take to artificial fluids when they are
away from home. On. iTnoui'rtr.
Light Running Davis Sewing Ma
One of our contemporaries says : "In
looking over our exchanges we are fre
quently struck with what eeems to us a
senseless custom that every day is growing
and becoming more prevalent. A mem
ber of a family dies, and forthwith it ia
considered the proper thing to extend a
'Card of Thanks' to all who have in any I
way shown syrup-why with the sorrowing
friends. A church social is well patron
ized and a 'Card of Thanks' must be pub
lished, tjuch things are fulsome, and in
exceeding bad taste. If you desire to
thauk vour friends for kindnesses of these
and iimny oilier sorts call upon them and
do so in person, unless it is a case of very
Full and complete atock Gent's Fur
nishing Goods, at very low pricea.
A dispatcii from Cleveland yesterday
speaks of an unusual severe storm of wind
rain and hall passing oer Norlh.usiern
Ohio on Tuesday night, by which heavy
losses were sustained in the destruction of
the growing crops, fences, forest trees, etc
Shelby and Holmes counties seemed to
have been tho severest sufferers. Hail
stone as large as hen eggs fell in great pro
fusion in some localities, destroying all
skylgit and green houses in iU wake.
This accounts for the sudden change in
temperature in this locality on Wednesday
evening, which made overcoats quite com
fortable. Similar storms passed over North
Illinois on Friday fastCentral Indian i on
Mondry, and des'ructive storms were quite
general throughout Michigan on Wednes
day, while destructive Hoods, the severest
for a score of years, are devastating por
tions of North'C aroiina.
Lost A 2i dollar gold pirce, warn as a
watch cbarm i also a college society badge
Check teller D. K. E. Thefiuder wII be lib
erally rewarded by returning cither to thlp of
Good Ilye William It. Tbs following
epistle, in neat form and finlah, eiplalna what
is to soon happen to our young friend, Mr. W, It
Channraer. son of Capt. A. B. Cbampuey, of
tqls place, but a resident of Detroit for the last
two vears I
"Mra, J. 0. Nlell Invites von to tho Wedding
Becepllooof ber daughter. Tesole. and Mr. W.
rr I'liMmnnav. at her residence. Tbursdav ev-
". ... ... . n . .a ..-,-.- ... HTd
eolng, July 2?,irom oio in uc-ocs, --U.-.IU.
fourin aireei, veirou, loov.
(funncnlj Jlectlnp;. Quarterly meet
ing services at llieM.f!. Church are not
postponed. Rev, J, D. Norton, a member
of the North Ohio Conference, will preach
Babbatli morn and evo. IJacrament bl the
Lord,'e Supper after morning' preaching
Loveleaat in lie 'basement at 0:45 r. M.
Quarteily Conference will be held Satur
day evening nl S o'clock )n tho basemen1.
wjm ... 'm wjlm
LATUST II TntiBPiioan.
Miss Jeaale Frederick Is snindlng a few
week a down at Bay Dlioro on the l.aks ,
Miss Mamie Slruker, of Toledo, s'ponl nun
dy with tier cousin, Miss Oarrla Hhoda.1
Miis Csrrlo Itopklas Is tlalllng In Flndlay
aad lluojrus during tho past ten days,
Capt.WIII MoMaken. of Toledo, was tho
gueslof Mr. E.L, Kingsbury last evening.
Mr. Will West.nf Monroe, Mich., Is tha guest
or his uncle, Dr. J. U. Rbelnfrank and family,
Mister FrsnVIa ntmda starled to Monday for
a week's visit with Master Charlie lllllabrand,
Mra. John Walter aad babies, of Toledo,
were tho guests of hor uncle's) family, Mr. John
Mr.JsmeaCafinsnah and wife, of Tnlada,
called upon sororal of their old friends In the
'burg on Saturday last.
Mrs. F. J. Slehert and daughter, Miss Mary,
were visiting her daughter, Mrs. Owen Black
more, of Toledo, yesterday,
Mra. T.D. Stewart and Mrs. Ssmnel Ohll.
coto, of Fostorla.aro the gueata of Mr. O.K.
Caldwell and family this week.
Mrs. Nellie Flood, of Olsvelsod.ls the guest
of Miss Nellie Uloomfietd this week. Ilerlms
bsnd accompanlod her and roualned over Bun
day. Miss Mary rretlyman, nr Rtryker, Ohio,
lescher In tha schools at Archibald, was tho
guestsf hcrslstor, Mrs. Rev. Qco.U. Wlltslo,
a part of this week.
Msyor Forhes and wire, Toledo, accompanied
by some friends, drora up to Fort Mclirs on
Sunday and were tho guests of Dr.Rbelarraak
a part of the day.
Mrs. E.I.. Kingsbury and Httlo daughter,
stilled yeslerdsr for her snnnal visit with her
mother, at Defiance, and "Ed" la turned loose
to board around with tbe bachelors.
Mr. Fred. B. Ilollenbeek roturnod homo from
Ann Arbor on Saturday, looking pale from hla
labors during tho past rear which completed
his course In Michigan University.
Mr. Robert D.inn, who wss a juror in
the Bebout cases in the U. S. District
Court, at Toledo, up to 10 o'clock Ssfur
day night, spent Sunday with Mr. F. J,
Oblinger. ' !
Mr. Hernia Oetz n his first nsrtv on Tues
day evening, to which a larire number of young
friends were Invited and enjoyed a pleassnt ove
nlng. Tha wedding cako, Ice-cream and lem
onade were excellent.
Mr. S.OWeeks dropped In nn Saturday for
private consultation with dealers In stoneware,
and remained over Rnnday. He had tho ex
treme felicity nf reading a package of lovo let
ters taVen from the pocket of a suspicious gen
tleman who was looked up on Sunday eteuiug.
John Rnblnson'i-, Tho Boas,
"This Old Reliable Show" never in
dulges in the braggadocio and high-falu-ttn'
style nowso common with most circus
managers. It not only exhibits all, but
a groat dcil more than it advertises, and of
fera a standing challenge to any individ
ual manager who can exhibit a show as
varied and novel as the great John Robin
soil's Ten Gigantic New Shows Combined,
at Perrysburg, July 30.
Another Invoice of Monarch Shirts,
Tito Lnmoiit Molecnlar Telephone.
Mr. R.B. French, of Bhssfield, Mich.,
Stile Agent or Ohio of the Lamont Mo
lecular Telephone, and Mr. Birnes, hla
nrsi-tant, have been here a couple of days
this week putting up telephone lines.
They put up one for Dr. Hamilton from
his office to his residence on Front street,
a distsnee of some 75 rods ; also one for
Mr. C.C.Taylor, the druggist. The lines
work perfectly, carrying the tick of a
watch clearly from one Phone to the other
The two gentlemen left for Bowling
Green, yeaterdsy, to put up some lines
there. We understand they will return
here in a week or two, to put up some
other lines. We believe their Phone and
workmanship merit the patronage oi eucli
as need n line.
JOTTINGS BV THE WAYSIDE.
Phila., Pa., July 8ih, 1886.
Ed. Journal : The asaayer. Dr. V. P.
Lawver, of the Mint Bureau of Waslilng
ton, D. C, with a corps of assistants, Ins
just completed examining the condition
and aOairsof tlieU. S. Mint in this rily
in order to make the annual settlement
which must be completed by' June 30th,
the end of the fiscal year.
The heavy demands on Supt. Fox by the
new Administration, and the immense
amount of coinage lias rendered the count
ing nnd weighing' ihe coin ngre.it uniloi-
taking. and occupied a month's time. The
gold coin handled and weighed wis oyer
thirteen tons, and the silver coin weighed
over eight hundred and forty-one tons.
The amount of silver is the largest ever
handled in one year, and of gold the Inv
est but one heretofore. The amount of
gold coined during the year ia 38J tons,
and 1.337J tons of silver bullion. 'I he to
tal amount of funds for which Supt. Fox
was respjnsible and which was loiind lo be
correct, was currency, $46,83071 ; frac
tional silver, $19,C13 23 ; small cons f 3,
839.87 ; silver, $27,974,020, nmoiinllng in
all 10 the enormous sum ot $34,567,007,31.
The foregoing is ihe official count.
July 9. During a "Ramble" through
the great Counellsvllle Coke region, I
learned that the 10,000 ovena were in full
blast hurning coke. Operators could
hardly supply the demand. The miners
and all who were connected with the busi
ness were getting better pay than hereto
fore, and appeared hagpy. The strikes nro
among the hCenes of the pist except in one
single instance. At Peniisville, one of the
works, all hands lo the number of 100
hare struck, merely because tho operator
refused to' increase the wages of n single
man, the pumper, jiom $1.25 to $1.50 per
day. For the small sum of 25 cents per
day the large woiks with n capital ot $70,
090 and 100 hands are now Idle.
Pilifbnrg, July 10. Hundreds of hands
in this smoky city aro kept busy' laying
pipes for natural g is. On1 Penn. avenue
the mfcin pipe Is 20 Inches in 'diameter
trom which connections are made with
smaller pipes irom 6 to 9 inches fu diame
ter. Tills whole clly will soon be under
laid with n net work of tubes, and the
manufacture of lion, sleel and glass will
be completely revolutionized, as gsa will
be used in all the mills unu glass worus in
uleud of coal.
Already 10,000 tons of coal per week haa
been dispensed With and gsa substituted.
The National Tube works at McKeespoil,
15 miles up the Mortnngilieia river em
ploy about 3,000 hands and Supt. Jaycox
Informed me that they have orders now tit
for tubing for six months ahead.
I believe, Mr. Editor, if you and many
readers of the JnuiiNAI. could take a trip
with me nbout this smoky city and see
every now and then n lube or pipe 20 feet
high, In the fields along the It. It. trucks
and banks of the rivers, with a blaxe from
each, extending from live to fifteen feet In
the air, you would think this was surely a
woiiuerlut ogQ mm n wouiienui country.
At night the display of these fiio works, Is
suing from the tubes is truly a grand
Chardon, O. July 12. Came from Fills
btfrg tti this rural town of 1,500 inhabi
tants lo escape the extreme beat of 'the
cily ami breathe the pine, fresh atmosphere
of the Buckeye State. I find Iho country
hero' snflering from a severe drouth.
Crops badly Injured, and no pastures green
btil'grnBS to all appearance dead.
WaVl., ' -ri,-i " J
Morning Stnr.Mr.T, II. ItarUull, Agent
of the M, & 0. Hirer Steamboat Co., who are
operating the Steamers Mascotta and Morning
Star, tnado the Arst trip up this season with the
Morning Star on Monday evening, tie brought
up the time card showing that tht Morning Star
won Id make two trips dally betworn Toledo and
I'erriaburg, ou "iho Hudson of tho West,''
making eloso conneollon with tha beautiful
Steamer Mascotta fsr I'nlnt Placo st 10 a M.
and at -t-30 r.u, returning. The Morning Star
commanccd her regular trips on Tuesday
morning, with J. Itrvsn Warner as Master.
She leaves Toledo at 61I) .w. and 4ii0r. H.
and leaves tha dock at I'arrysbitrg at 8 15 a. II.
and A 00 P. v. Fare tho round trip only 20 els.
which Is cheaper than station at homo. Will
publish tho time card for both boats In onrncxt
Mr. O, D. llopkdiN Oil" to Prmhor"
vlllc Mr. O. D. Hopkins has closed out much
of his largo slock of furniture and houso fur'
ulahlng goods snd closed Up his store rooms to
day. Ity request of many friends In l'ember
vllle and Webster and Troy he his removed hla
undertaking department complete to L'cmhcrvlllo
On Monday next Mr. & Mrs, Hopkins will start
for Pemberville to completo their arrangements
for opening np tho new hotel, the "ironey
Bouse," lo the new brick block erected by Mr.
A. Froney for hotel uso- Mr. Froney cooli not
hare made a belter aeleotlon for a landlord to
open to tho public hla new hotel, who Is ton well
knnmntotha public le need comment hero'
Hut this seems to be a characteristic of Mr,
Hopkins In evervthlng ho undertakes. His
atore snd undertaking department here hare
been the neslest and finest In the northwest.
But bo has not heeu content outside nfa hole!
and now returns to his first love. Our peonio
niil regret to lose Mr. Hopkins and hla family,
and our best wishes will go with them for pros
perity aod happiness In their new homo.
SCHOOL ItOArtl) UNPI.TUSAKTKESS.
Mn. Editoh I From the reference made
by you to the matter in the issue of your
paper of July 2nd, I am led to infer yon
are inclined lo treat tho action of our
''Board of Education" in the selection of
teachers for our schools for the coming
year, as a good joke on tho people. I fear
yon are not the "father of a fjmily" or
you would look at the matter in a more
You insinuate that this is "the land of
the free and the home nf the brave," but
are you not almost ready to believo with
me, that if Francla Scott Key had been a
resident ot Perrysburg, for the last quarter
of a century, the "Star Spangled Banner"
would be wanting in its now most inspir
ing words? Aro we not, Mr. Edilor, in
deed an exceedingly patient nnd long suf
fering people ? Have you in your extend
ed IraTel and intercourse with the world
found a community more imposed upon liy
those "in high places, than our own bean
Hful vellage ? If so, where 7 Let us hide
our faces for very shame and shed our
We are led to believe that In years past
it was universally understood that men
elected to offices ot honor and trust were
what were termed "representative men"
men who were expected lo protect and
promote the interests of the 'people in pref
erence to those of the individual men who
would allow no private benefits which
could accrue to lliem-elvesor their rctatiom
to swerve them from the impnrtial per
formance of any duty which they na the
servants of the public owed to Ihe public
men of whom honorable mention could
be made without a blush, and not men
who would permit themselves to be con
trolled by the one idea alone that "pnblic
office Is a nrhate enterprise," Or who be
cause, "by ways that are drk and tricka
that are vain. Happen in una inemseives
on deck, and thus placed in a position to do
so, could .mil would mnke the public in
terests subservient lo their own private
By the tone of your remark I waa nat
urally liil to note the appointees p-irlinn-larly,
and from the first Btruck with the
strong ''fimily resemblance" between the
Board ot Education and the corps of tea
chers, and thought that this was at least a
I noticed that Mrs. Tlarton, who had
been assistant stipeiniendent and teacher
in the High School fur many .ear?, and
who was an applicant for reappointment,
was not appointed, bul that in her stead
Mi's Minnie Yeager, (the daughter ot one
ot Ihe elected members and who is at pres
ent treasurer of the Board,) who has never
taught a day in her lite, appointed to that
most responsible position.
Mr. E lilor, so tar as I have been able lo
learn after making diligent inquiry, Mrs.
Birton lias been more than an oruinarily
successlul leather, and h is been almost
universally conceded so to be by the pa
trons of the school, nnd our Boards of
Education for m my years past have been
quite anxious lo retain her services believ
ing Hist sue Having oeeu "iricu and not
found wanting," was Ihe one above all
otheia lo be selected for the position;
named, but It seems to have been ordained
that our present Bo ird should be tbe first
endowed with the ability to discover that
the public interest and the successful con
duct of our public schools itquirrd that
her place should be supplied oy one .villi
no experience, and so far as known, with
no ability as a lescher, and at the some sal
ary at hcretofoiepaid for knomi ability and
ripe erpeinee. 1 uouiu no num. so strange
ot Ibis appointment if the salary had been
rcdii.ed to $6 or S7 per month, as there
would then have been some uppeannce of
compensillou consistent with ability, and
some evidence of sincerity on the part of
Ihose members whoso war cry is economt,
but the result given by you ia silisfsctory
evidence lo the entire community, that,
ellber such cry of economy is a sham and
delusion and made for a sini-ler purpose,
or that those making it are entirely Un
qualified and incapable of properly per
furmtng ihe duties required of them as
"members of such Ito.ird." Should the
latter be true, Mr. Edilor, do they not owe
to us as a community that they "slep down
and out," that their place) may be tilled by
men who are qunlifiul, and who will per
form ilieir Hoeral dulies "without fen r or
"avol,?', "A word to Ihe wise Is sufficient."
In your report of the meeting at which'
the se'leclioii of teacher referred to was
made, you do not say whether all the mem
bers of ihe Boanl were present or not. I
have been Informed that J. II. Kheintrank
and J. II, Pierce were not present, and
that those inembeis present nnd making
the appointments were Joseph Lindsay,
James Hayes and Diniel Klingier. Will
you pleise Inform the people through
your columns as to'the facta lu this mai
ler by giving is n cOpy of the proceedings,
and when you have done so I my address
you again. A Looker, On,
Daro Satli Drtice was born In Blsnfbnl,
Mass., April It, 1803, and died In l'urryr
burir, Ohio, July 8, 18SII, aged 83 yara, 2
mouths and 12 dsys.
Seth Drucs was married to Mary B. Tower
In the year bf 1827. Uy her side lie has Jour
neyed for over 60 years, aod he has left her to
mourn and apend her few remalolng years
alono. Their family constated ol air children,
three sons and three daughters, all of whom are
llrlrjgand residents of 1'errysburt;, except the
oldest daughter, whose home Is in Cummlugton,
Mr. Bruce settled In Perrysburg in the sum.
me'rof 1835, and was aroaldenfof this village
51 years. He was a man ol great kindness of
heart, aud no one In distress or In need of help
was ever turned aside by him. By his Integrl
ty aud honorable dealing he enmatanded the
confllence of Lis fellow men, arid was respected
by all. ' ' '
Tho obsequies were periorped by the ffov.U'
A, Adams, at the family rcsjjoqo'a of (ha de
ceased, am) a large p'oncoii'rbo" or' fflonda so
cornpanfe'd the relatives iVtlie' yaulji"ri tlis
cemetery, whore the remain) Hers deposited.
tie run m peace.
Tiii; rr.Mi.iaH MEMOMAirilbME.
by ncrniHs o. TourtiNS,
Let us mingle historic and pnello sentiment
with our lardy patriotism. Lot us so pernteato
the atmosphere of ibis beautiful land with rov
erancefoMho deeds of the noble men and Wo
men who bequeathed It 10 ns, that our child
ren's children down lo the farthest generation
aball Imbibe Ihe spirit and guard- tho sacrnl
trust. Let young minds bo tilled wiiti a deep
appreciation of tho coal nriliomagnltlcont hhlno
that Comes to them, frco and Unincumbered.
Our schools should make history of first Im
portance. Reading booka should consist pi 111-
clpally of historic narrative prepared lo attract
and impress the young mind. Human nature
Is prouo to valuo lightly long-accuslomed
blossliifsalid lOtlioiigMlissly squsndor what
took so much to win, aad what ouce lost ran
never bo regained. 1 hen It behooves us, as
Ihose ilrs of toll and warfare and glut! ma
achievement aro removing farther and farther
Into the shadows of the past, In place memorial
atones along Ilia nay that shall mutely appeal
to posterity when lips that pressed tho cup of
sacrifice are long gone to dust. Let in not at
tempt lo pierce tLe clouds with characterless
shafts', or cumber the bountiful earth with stat
ues that have nn heart In them. A statue with
heart T On to beautllul Memorial Hall In the
fair cllr of Toledo, There Is a statue wllb heart
and soul In It-a great, warm, living, laving
vitality. Corrpare It with tho useless, tiresome
shapes of stone that disfigure somo of our neigh
boring cities. From;bcnce(ort!i, I would say
let everv monument to our patriot dead, whoi
Clirialliko.dled for humanity's sake, bo the
walla of homes for the unfortunate, or otherwise
dedicated In the public weal. What could be
mora appropriate t What moro "American ?"
bet us clothe these monuments In beauty, set
them In tho midst of beauty, give them beauti
ful and historic names snd write upon their
tablets the deeds of our worthy heroes.
The great Stato of Ohio has falrlr thrust up
on her tbe golden opportunity to build such a
memorial of the brave men who died for Ihelr
country, seventy-three rears ago at tbe siege of
Fort Mel's. The ground la Inviting In lis nat
ural association and hallowed with relics ol
their toll and warfare. Build there (be lb me
for the Soldiers and Sailora and let it be known
as tho "Fort Meigs Memorial norno."
AT TOUT lVICIGS.
As we sit on the emerald carpet, under the
And gaze down tlio beautiful river, kissed by
the lightsome brfczc,
Over the grassy meadows, the wheat fields ycl-
iuw miu i i'e.
Mellon Ing In tho distance to a green and golden
Tho sreno is a summer picture nnd I open my
And the friend beside me answers, as down the
page I look :
"Yes, this Is the placo whero Harrison with his
little baud of men,
Stood fire from belching British guns and hurled
it back again.
And Proctor nnd ills red coats, there, drawn up
in fierce arry,
And old TccumseVa savages wore allies in the
Ited handed from tho lne hung banks of
Jtntstn's bloody tide,
They thirsted for more massacre, nnd watched
on e cry stdo
From thicket brush, from tops of trees, to hurl
tlin Tniirilprnll't shot
And still tbe stubborn fortress stood the patri
ots laucreu nor
Surrender!'" came the haughty word; swift
'II you capture us, Sir llriton, tho ilctory shall
Tho honor of a meeting, face to face, and
ith j our men upon the ramparts and many a
heart's blood spilt.' , i-
"Three days without cessation tbe sweet May
air was rite - ,
VI ith thunder of the cannon and moans of part
Then limiting down the river came staunch Ken
undrcd strongon Hat boats and nope
prew sirouj niraiii,
And where the bees arc humming in clover
White nnd sweet
There gallant Clay mndo landing with his wel
come southern ileet.
And oh 1 what tiro raked them from tho mad
And oh 1 with what defiance marched up those
"And there swept Colonel Dudley with his
dauntless, fighting band,
Keen-cjcd and lion hearted to answesr the com
mand 'Chan-e, bajonetal' Oriier. mnrmcring to the
Uowery shore :
Can yon telf n$ lust how many smote the dust to
rise no more?
Cut the focmen fled in terror, and tho patriots
on their track
Thus were led Into nn ambush, whence there
was no turning back.
"Fatal error, quick surrounded, thcro they
vtcldcd ud their lives.
iv sat acre battle-axes and the whettcn
" 'Stay the slaughter I cried Tccumseh, rushing
on the dreadful scene
(For that order lay one laurel on his dust, and
lnin tt irrprn.l
Down tho southern bank Claj 'a soldiers charged
tbe worsted foe again.
Spiked their guns nnd took their batteries, and
made cupti cs of their men.
Nine long dajs ere stubborn Proctor owned the
Moved his uimn and marched hla soldiers to
pplng he lind got,
h uinm and mnrL
solo and sheltered spot.
"What was gained?
Forever after that decisive
Fear oftbc revengeful savage faded from tho
old Mamncc. -
They had turned the name of terror all along
the wooded shore:
Day anil night the UfjU ceased not loaded
ride guarded door.
Day aud night the wild cry sounded, homes fell
to a smouldering heap,
Wives were widowed, meii were tortured, chll-
dn.li murdered In their sleep.
"Now thg heavy cloud waa lifted nnd tho wary
Shrank away from English friendship that but
added to thefr woe,
Then there dawned for fair Miami first raya of
the coming morn
And the poor man's stumpy acres blossomed
into fields of corn."
Thus ended my history lesson and every pulee
By the beautiful sceno before me and what I
llildl t-ihal-l. aatlal llOlll-Y)
And tliQrc on tho blood rich soil by the storied
Let us rwir a memory token for scenty jcurs
O, w i-y Ohio statesmen! could yo do a titter
detd . 4
Than butbl in strength and beauty for uajs of
aKe nnd nctd .
A rest lor homelcbg soldiers who on tho land
Mado nrtur ol tholr own lives their country's
A monument of meaning from base to crowning
And be Its namo recorded "Kom Meigs SIe
Notice Usllogs can ba
Fur Sale Cltcat). My Hotisa and Lot
on Filtli Street. Two-thirds casli, balance
on time. Wm. Baiiton,
Tliousnml Mrlit? Wild Beasts,
Birds nml Bonifies,'
Fill the mummolli dens, cages and Isirs ol
Julin Robinson's Ten Big Mauimolli Euro
pean Combinntlon, which lias been added
to bis already monster menagerie and great
Three King Circus. Tlio animals are all
fed in the presence of the 'people at t lie
close of the afternoon performs'nees, Ter
rysburg, July 30.
'When Baby waa sick, we gav. her Caatoria,
When she waa Ciild, sbeciied for Caatoria,
When aho beoama Hiss, aha dang to Caatoria,
Whoa aho had Children, she gave them Caatoria,
Excitement in Texns.
Great excitement baa been caused In tho vi
ctnlty of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable recov
ery of Mr. J. E.Curley, who was so helpleaa
ho could not turn In bed, or raise his bead t
everybody said be was dying nf Consumption,
A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery was
sent him. Finding relief, he tinughl' a largo
boltld and a bon uf Dr. King's New Life Tills
bjr the time lis had taker two boxes of I'ills and
two bottles of the Discovery, h was well aod
had gained In llesh thlrtyslxp unds.
Trial boittetjuf his Great Dl.mvery for pon
sumptlon free at Taylor Sc Mil r'a.
DENTISTI Dr'J l'" Thompson
UmillOl ioi:ryHjiwrB, Ohio.
W- C. T U.
tTit's Column inlilllfd iinrlcrfno Ditttlion
of The IK. (. it', liiion oj rerrytuwg.i
No Local Option In tlin Dorr Lnrr.
(For tho N'cw l.ra.)
To ma It Is surprising to hear Ihe so
called local option feature of the Duw laW
spjken nf as rt Irtupcratire measure, when
there la Ifslly no lucil option in the law,
Hot even In tiitiniclpal corporations as
seems to be supppseil,
The term local upllnti Is universally
used In mean Ihe submission it a principle
ot law tu the will nt a inability nt the trill
ing citizens. This two-fated thenl places
the liquor traffic, nil rjiiuday as well as
other days, In Ihe linnda nf the parly In
puwer III municipalities, through their of
ficer and In their hands only ; not even
granting these officers the privilege ol or
dering n legal election on this sill Ji'Cl, for
municipal authorities hare no power to
order an election only as ordeicd by the
legislature; and should an Informal elec
tion be ordered it would not be binding,
while It is clear this expression of the will
of the people will generally be denied, as
already shown by the snub given the
In evidence nf tins sham for local oplhin
I quote all in this law on the subject :
"And nny raiinicipal corporation shall
have full power to regulate, restrain and
prohibit ale, beer and porifer bouses, nnd
nil other places where Intoxicating liquors
sre sold at retail for ary purpose or in any
quantity other than ns provided for lu sec
tion eight of this act."
Municipal corporations can act only
through their ofiiceis and these oflicera are
selected generally through the parly nomi
nating primaries, which nominations usu
ally are equivalent to an election. In there
primaries no Prohibitionist has any voice
unless a, member of a parly under the in
fluence of the liquor power.
Then where is this boasted local option,
even In towns and cities of which tome
ministers speak so highly.
So tar as my observation has gone not
one of the g. o. p. papers has published the
law in lull, but they call it local option
and I suppose a large majority of their
readers really think there la such a pro
vision in the law. Let sny one who reads
'his, test this matter by asking the first
half dozen Republicans he meets and
see if five of them do not think municipal
ities have power to vole out the saloons
under the Dow law.
Personally, I nomin-ile Prof. W. O. Frost
for Secretary of 8late, lie showed him
self every Inch n "man both in heart and
brain in our Committee on Resolutions at
Springfield, last year, his voice and n
has logic equaled by few, he is young and
will be a tower of strength to our party if
made its leader.
I" this political rum cursed Egypt of
Ohio, light is breaking and there ia much
hope for the future. Some ot God's min
isters here havedared lo speak plainly in
favor ot temperance and the chrisliau Sab
bath and l.ave nsserted their rights aa
American citizens to vole as God, throimlf
their conscience, directed. Fur this some
have been severely tried, but they have
sown seed lh.it will tell in the interest ot
the home as against the saloon.
Ironton, Ohio, June 26, '86.
Liquor Sellliitr in Maine.
"The following appeared In a Detroit
piper :"It lessens confidence inNenl Daw's
sserverations as lo the enforcement ol
prohibition in Maine when we find the
clergy of Portland 'requesting (lie Com
mon Council to order the saloons closed on
Sunday. We trust the Council will heed
the reqest. With a constitution nnd a law
which absolutely prohibit the sale ol in
toxicating drink on any occasion, the sa
loons renly ought lo be closed on Sunday
'or consistency's sake if fur no other rea
son," Mrs. Stevens, president ot the Matne W,
C.T.TJ. replies i
"There has been sn active effort by the
clergy and other friends of Sabbath observ-
nce in Portland to close the apothecary
stores on Sunday. The word "saloon" hns
not been ued in conneciinn with (lie
movement. There is little doubt but' what
some ot the druggists sell secretly some
liquor on suud.iy and oilier days, lliey
are Anoint to sell cigars nml soda water on
Sunday and it was this fact, aud (lie ap
pearance and influeuccof these stores' being
open on the Sibb.iih, while every other
business place is closed, that led lo the agi
tation of the question, with the hope tha
some reasonable WHy might be arranged
for furnishing mediciue without the open
itort on Sunday. Must of the druggists sre
willing to accede to the wishes uf the
order-loving, Suuday-olwerriii,; citizens of
We yet claim to bo twenty-live years
ahead of nuy license State and wa are go
ing to holdall we have got, auuj add to it
many other good things." I S,
Portland, J lino 18.
TTHi" I AM A I'KOHiniTIOSIST.
D. N. DCOIIAX.' '
Because I have eight. motherless child
ren,' and I love them as the apple of my
eye. They were taught temperance from
the cradle, by their sainted mother, and
while most of them live in a community
where nine-tenths of the people are Pro
hibitionists, I would prohibit the other
tenth Irom planting'rum ehops by the way
to catch the'weak nnd'unwary, and ' turn
out drunkards upon tho otherwise peace
ful community, nuking night hideous
witli their howling, and making unsafe the
property and lives ot Individuals,' '
I have seen helpless wouieit 'and Inno
cent children suffer with cold and hunger
white runners from the rum sh6ps beguil
ed the htisba'ml'und father ou tils way
Irom his work to his homo, inlet their Tile
ilens, eiilleini; him to spend hls'mOliey nnd
hisiiiJiihood there : thus rubbing his fam
ily not only ol bodily comforts, but also of
the means of receiving lint rdiicalion so
liberally scattered by tho AV. CJ. T. U for
tell me if yoii'can, what chance Ihe Drunk
ard's child has ot temperance education.
Itev. J. W. Leo, writing from Carrollton,
U i., a tyii i "The reshlls are marvelou".
The trade of the town tins been mora than
doubled. Deloro the whiskey traluc was
abolished life trudii'of the' place was $200,
000 'a year ; now jt is over 5100,000 s year
and I do not know n single merchant who
woufd not vote against the liquor triUlu
purely on business grounds."'
SulTercrs Fium - Kidney and Liver
Troubles, the direct result or vitiated blood
and weak organic movement, will find Sim
mons Liver Regulator a truo remedy for these
coiuplalnls. Itimprtrta nSsr life tn tlio blood
and renews and strengthens the entire system
br promoting1 tho healthy actlun of Iho liver and
"I havo been troubled wfyh liver complaint
kldnoy disease and bad blood for a1 long tltne,
I have used dim Aids Uver tt-.f-nlat.ir, and It
haa done me ronro Kond than 'all the thedlcfue 1
overtook. I would not be with-nit It
' (11.11 II.PIUTr,
F U. R. Dopijly Culleotfr, 2J. Iila'l (U."
Dclr-gatca from Wood.
The Executive Committee of Wood
county appointed the following delegates
to ihe Sialo Convention delegates eru
powCred to select atibsllintes II Ihcy could
not got YfKi H- Million, Ira B. Austin,
D. A. P.ipe.'D. It. l'hilo, Austin Taft, P.
6. Shatter, Asnhel l'hilo, Lewis Frcese.
Arrangements are being made fcr another
Ciiivas ot the county,
Stnto Convention lor 1880.
HEADQITAn.TF.nl I'noitlMTinv l
Statu Executive CoMturrEi;. y
The Slate Convention of thii Prohibition
parly will bo held in Ihe cily ot Canton on
Wedncsdiy nod Thursday, July 28lh and
29lh, commencing nf 2r. M. on the first
day fur preliminary business, appointment
uf IJoinmUlefs, etc.
Csndidiles will be nominated for Secre
tary tit State, Cnninilsriniier id Common
Schools, Member Board ot Public Woiks.
Judge of the Supreme Court, Clerk of the
'1 he bn.is of representation will be one
delegate for each fitly votes cast fur Leon
ard, and for each major fraction ot fitly,
but no cnunly lo havo less than two dele-
Wood counly, having cast 376 votes is
entitled lo eight delegates.
Ayer's Sirsaparilla is the mosl ifled
Ive blood purifier ever devised. It la n
commended by Ihe best physicians.
SPECIAL CLEARING! SALS
ENTIEE MONTH OF JTOE
now in rnoannss.
Every lonely photilil nttctHl.tm wo Imve murk ft. I
down ecry ynrd of floods throneh tho Hon.j,
l'nrcft slaughtered lu Drees Quods. SUku, Etc.
Now Is our time,
O'BRIEN & CONNOLY.
71 & 73 Summit Street, TOLEDO, 0,
Investment & Real Estate
Money loincd on lone time at tow cut rates of
mcri't. neil rlii"o iHiuuui.fniaRiiarxcuaii
edoucotmnlsflon. uommrrciii pAper tiir-cnnm-
ed lu lArgu sums,
trom SalHJ auu upwards ni
low est rates
Office 61 Madtron Street,
Uoody House Block,
Can learn the exncl cot-tof nn nrtrlWcmcntln
Any NEwsivren or ritmontcAt. In thi United
Stiitou Iit addresfinB tin err -&Tlpnell,
AdcriMne Acents, 1T Troduco Kxchange
HiiIldlnc.Tolido, O., where nUrof this paptr
mnT iio scon and advertising contracts made
Tb ad-Mt ftBd -HMt plercls-sKlr hrill
trhlitUaf lu mftds. Cam behnr-dp j-T-tV
t-o mil. Tb tK( .- ot iaVVV
&O rl I It re V. 8. Government -.. Bf
tme CwrtrldK-e. MJofbur- fgX l-fv
nlaltrd tnui) with nickel iwVjllv 1m
bullet. lnrnluBble u -iVVanmLsaif
irnalftor taaniteri, jtwSS03
fart-Hpr nprt-meii Jjs -SJA
ait kit ta liu ia yP jrSSrvO'-a f -
Sltrt..tMlOtlOBtV' a1! Umti'
ftlnrif dlXlQOO (, ffiTLjiiBar5S?
m- t vTS A ii325&jK? nettlir lh
dinner v-flA v?2f5lV'tfW7 wh
ill &yKJ$tjfrJr Tn soul
$f V.V Vd3ar It- T IntroduN t
if r V3a& ter-rsatlnax entnloaTne '
' v ,NfccSS Bnavbnir'nelUw-i-l
I .06 ZZiHr -M!fnlrtleiea,wiwllIndWi
I fSsttr whUtl" -uk MUlofftit br mU. POOH
V pld fr only 31 eau la lUnap A -J
-iltVtoTiKWMIE M ALLHONJirO.
Ctt, TXft rubers Btntt, rklUsleifkU, Pew.
THIRTY YEAHS A DETECTIVE
'BY ALLaN riscznTon.'
ContAtnlnfrathomniia rnd i omrtrericnstve ax-iaso
of Criminal I'raiUcLS ol all Oradis and Classes,
with Numerous Episodes of Personal Experlenco
la ttio JJeteoiloa of Criminals, coverlnir a
rrrlod of TMrty Teara Active Sett-ati-ro
Llfo and embr-icKur min7 intensely tiitcrettln j
and Vmllinj Detective nketclia.
t An entl-cly nsvr biolCTirnftnef' Ttf rated,
ana will I'ortraitot the ore-it UetciUve-
t" AGENTS WANTED !
In every town there aro numbers of pooplo srfia
irtll be fiirul to act. tills booft. It sella toller
chants, Mochanlcs, Tanners and Profesaional men.
Thus every it Bent can plrte niit'tinrmorotn
a town, to whom ho cm !1 suro of selling It to.
Wa want One Aui-nt la every township, or
eoantr. tyiiii wcrdin, wlin
hla boolf. can
aad terms to one -its, ai!arcs
B. Vf.CAaLETON A COM ruhlbhcrs. Hew TorK.
Tne IMMslCT OAY.r.T'VV. wlllbo mailed,
accnrulr wrapped lo any addrceii In theUatteil
BUteu for tlitvo month nn receipt of '
Liberal dlscouut allowed to postmaMrrfl,
apenii and cium. nampie copies maueu irto,
. A dd re bo all orders to
jcioiiAitn ic. rox,
LIGHT & STOVE CO,,
Lighting the Streats c f
Otpf 20,ri(VOof onr Pt reel
I.nmnai&ovr lu lis rlto
for I renin r. ca"(jouU
110 E. Bth St.. Canton. 0.
xyjEf.. asroEs vitrrs.
THE PAINLESS DENTIST
Is lioslllvtlyl bo uul)iluiillatlu Toledo wlio
baa tlierlclittnuao his pateutsysleui of
Extraoting Teeth Without Pain
say iiiu u.u 01 vituii-euu Air.
toiisovltallneilalr. llr.Navlua luii. oJnilnU
tereatbealrtn uvur 10.000 ialll ult n Toledo
laulml. Artlilcatm)lblnurted allow prices,
Oor. Adams & St, qiair St., TOLEDO, 0
WANTED LflDYAc"ri' . '-tiiin, to
" .... C .. . u,u,l'i'ntli,liirowiiUHii.llr
an yhl llnri. IteforumoH r-Hiuiml. rcnnftiivnt oohltlun
aad humJ Urjf. UAV X liuoa , 13 UmcIhj St., N. Y.
rj ti. t.Avm.tpi,
V'l"rilltNIJV T l,',
mil NiUfU'ubliii l.ii bo) Wood Lmiulr '
For Baking JPurposee,
Best in thcWarlcL
rorSiile by V, r,, KIiikr ury
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing',
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
IO Spruge St, Haw York,
Send lOcts. for lOO-Pago pamphlet.
Onr Ttow Ttntlr. ttit nnt.
nnuti-Ki. "um-i airvaa
I sr Wll Hill tTaMX th
IlluBtrntecl. Sent FREE (b;
-Lldiee onlr) o.l receipt ot
I I cental la itunpeto p
w --.v"..-- w ( .anssar.
A fiT-TrVFT.-Cf "" jn'-f' "-
js a -m,ai iasa. ,aB. U 4 " uiiu or womsri
ev.ni.nit prontuie to
pinrmeut 10 nt for
na ' lenni of Aeen.
1, ui7 uiw IJILB"
team W nob er'
'hlrll DTrorunn nf
mvrt with phe-
Ad. J. WnxTit
6T. tCUrS, M0 1 OS CHICAC3.1U.
liattiuutiM. wgiAXiiorltL IdrninniiS AJB'
A. Ufa Exporlonco. Romaxkablo one!
quiclc cores. Trial Packniroa. Bond.1
Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo.
iicn- MnsiTui v-KAMtYt
aUIOU. II1U11 1 HUl-I
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damb dean's ifpiNAr. RUpronn.NutjaaaErsr
rour Oman, wr oar sira tha
tour to twenty
vdJuly. Sr-ntl at oncn
"r -at"". iwr-.r. irom
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Tela paper la kept on file at ttie ofllee ef ,
LiJilM 1 fci
TIMES BUILD1NQ n8eSi PH1UDEIPH1H
C1TIUATP! rorinriMPE mnitTISIid Efrcc
CO 1 IMfl I CO at Lowest Cash Rates intE
AYER a SON'S MAHUfll-
sitssivsi-M -. Tysswi
vmt jris-w- y i ctv
TharaoBtpomiUr Weekly newfnaprdTot(l
toscience, uiochanica.enu'iDcrrini: i (uirnTcnes, ln4
Tentlnni and p&tenle ever published. LTery Dum
ber iUnntratfd with nplendid cnrriTinc Tbi
publication farnlahesa mont Tallin bin entry tlopedia,
nf informatlnn whi ll no wron ebnuld be wit n out.
The popularity of tho bcmMTlUC AiirBiCJlK if
iuch that Ita circulation nearly (,ufa that nf alt
otber papers of Uaclaaacombinod .Trice 93.33 b
irarl lJlacnttnttnriubB, Poldbr all nviwr-dealer".
miiys A rn -Pnhllsha-i-t Nn.aciltraidvrar. N. Y-'
Jiiunn iirn. nava
Els lit ypara
tho Patent Offlcn and havo prep&recs
mora lUmt Ono Hundred Triou
n anniir-iiiiTii fnr nuiLiita In tha
n"i r ""i 'i- ....,,!..
CaTeata. Trade-llarlta, Cony-riUitSa-
OilllCl tut ijjs via. - - ---
its. and alloibcr papeM toe
ixmtors tbrtc tl-t-JH
Tannda, J-.nrland. franco.
ccnrtnij to n(rntors t
THtB-k.t Cs.ad i'snarla
Jlaalsnmenia. anu t
UUIIVll utatvih m .a -m --.--. . . -- - -.
tiormany and other lorolgn tountr . pre
pared at ahort notice andon renabla terma.
r tf si ..1.. Ki.inln-pnatrntlrllr-i.
rnilvarivim without chare. Hand-boiiltB of
Infnrmallon aont free. Patents obtained
throuahMunaJjrrt are noticed .ntbeRolentlflo
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well uiider-tnnd by all persona vrno nbn Udi-
pone of their patenia. .- . , .
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CM. trim's, 1 to 6 years, ...
ditto, twu attacbuients,
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btocklurr. Atxlomlnal. anil Catatne-
niai iianuaee isupiiorter i-um
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Health Blclrt Bupporter, tfic. ')
Brlghtoa Qcnt'a Garter, - - 13c. "
i . ron sale sr
III. riKST-CLAEa STORES.
Samples sent pont-pntd to any address upoi
receipt of prluo lu it-tent btamps, ,t
8ole Ownef aod Idanufibturer,
J78 rolitre'tSCrcrt. ' Cw York.
Fona!oblha GRAND RAP1DS& INDIANA
is at. t.u. auar nupie iaa ptincipai iinutr.
AJixiHtagtir RatlroaJa already built, noner.
sua tDwna and cities, oilo. of lus bcajthlcil parts
I Ul tll WUlltUJta4Cj,yUili n-.k-'l fcuu" "l "
fine fruit. c4 "roidt achools, church, fore
aerlcultur-unopuUtlon. tut buildlne m.uerlul at
of lh Uuilcd Slues, poreat water, cood markets.
low f.Earct, good soils tow price. eii-y Uin),
pencci iiiic. per uooks. mstp, viuui, aua i
addiMoil lafornutlOB, addresi
W. O. HJIGIIART.
, , Iad rommiionerCrxndaKnpltlt:l,flch.,
isKiil ncce SStK Fam
Grosu lal i, Ulcb. '
All stock soli-ctc4
Irom mo t,i or urts
and, tlainn of tistabf
-...f-l utiii-i.il In Ilia
rrencli anil ArneflLaii UtuaiJnoU, Wo Iiavp oj
'orr larco nurobi'r ot luiportol anil urad-J stal;
loiis ana brood mores on baud. 1-i-Swjs re-Mom
ibla Corrospoiidi-uio eojlctu-d. Ki-ua tor Urn
HiMtruUsl ratelnmia, fri'o by in ill, AJuttfii
miui. a I'A-i.ii;:., D-trcit, si.n.
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