VOL, XL.-ED. L, BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0 SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1892.
$1.00 IN ADVANOE.-NO. 2
Auditor John n.Wllwn
Clerk of tlio Courts A. L. Mnlr
l'robnto Judge Uuy 0. Ncnrlue
Treasurer W. It. Nnvcs
Ilccordcr Chris l'lnkhclucr
Prosecuting Attorney - A.J. Me in
Bhcreitr. W. II. Itrvmil
Burycyor W. H. Vood
I Frank Thompson
om miseloncrs Jacob Hlnhl.
f Michael Amos, Jr.
Inflrmnry directors Wilson rattcn-on.
i Krcil Miller
Trustees Joseph Arml)rntcr.
( Adam K. Leydorf.
Treasurer acorco iltmnn.
Clerk 1'hlllp Wetzel.
Mayor A . Itonch
Clerk w.K. INcolt
Treasurer C. A . Hnmpton
Marshal Wm. 8 tleUles
(.11 K llnllcnbe
Dr. I. S. llnvvors.
I'llncy 0 Hay
First rrcohvtcrlan Church, Rev fl A Adams
Services 10.45 nm Sunday. I'myer meeting
VTfdncidny. 7 pm Sabbath school 12 in.
WnlnutBt. I'rcsbyterlnn church. Itev A P
Johnson. Services Suudiiy 10 4"i nm Sabbath
ccttsol 11 tn Miss Mabel Ijimpiimn Sup't.
St. Rose le Limn Catholic oliurch. Itev. O,
II. nciken. Services Snnilay 8 anil 10 nm
Ycpeni3pm Services cverv morning 8 o'clock
Evangelical church. Itev. I). Mull. Ser
vices every alternate Sunday 10 nm nnd :")
pm Prnycr meeting Thursday night. Sabbath
school 11 nm It Dan?. Sup't.
Gcrnuin Ilcform. Services every nltcrnnto
Sunday 10 nm nnd 7 pm Snbbath school 11:30
Frcd'k Leydorf. Sup't.
OcnruAi Lutheran. Rev. (!. F. Keating
Sunday School at 2 p in U. 1'. Kentlng.Sup't.
McthoUst Kplsiopnl church. Itev. J C
Shaw. Services nt 10.43 nm nnd 7:30 pm.
Prnycr meeting Thursday nt 7 pm Sabbath
school u am Mr. Wm.Unrtoti. Sup't.
German M. K. Chnrrli. Itev. Wnhl. Services
every Sunday, alternating forenoon nnd after
noon rrnytr meeting every Wednesday alter
noen at i p i
Sabbath Gtiiool 0:1ft n m Fred Yenger, Sup't.
Phoenix LoJgc, No 12.1 F. it A. M. V.. I,.
Blue, W. M. lohn 11 Thornton, Sec'y.
Regular Communications tlrst nnd third Mon
days of each mouth.
Fort Meigs Lodge. I. O. O. F. Regular meet
ings every Friday night. J. I". Thoiiipson. N. G.
Wolfoni Post, No. 61.0. A. It. W 11 liollen
lieck. Com. Jniuc Haves. Adj't. Meetings
every Saturday night In I O C T Ilnli
Tippecanoe Council, No. 77, N. II. Dr. I. 8.
Bowers, President. I N Saddler. Sec'y
Mcctlnc second and fourth Wednesdays in
Castle Perry No. K. O. II. P. I-. Mahr.
Com. P. Wctfel. Boc'y. II. K. Ilollcnbeck,
Fln.Kce'y. Meetings first and third Tuesdays
In I O (i T Hall.
Perrjkhurg Lodge I. O. O. T. Meets every
Mondnv 7:30 pm in hall over Duuz' bakcrr
Wm.Velleh C. T.
Perrvshnn: I-nilse. No. Ml, Knights of Pythian
EviiyTins-dny night In K. 1. Hull, fid L.
Blue. C. O. Chus L. T ler, K. of It. 8.
Kxcumloii to lliirrliumi, Ti'im.
A grand excursion to Tennessee nnd the New
Foitlli will lent a Toledo via the Cincinnati,
Hamilton A Dayton It. It., Monday April 11th,
nt It: 10 ii. in., the objective point being Ilnrrl
)nanryi'riiii. This iliv N one of the most
nourishing of the New South nud oilers itiillm
ItcJ ciiniii cs for investment nnd special Induce
J"WU to the home-seeker. Only one faro for
"brouuil trip, llarrlmnu and return. Tickets
JJod going only on April 11 nnd to return until
-iprll 20th. For rates, tickets, etc. mil on or
nudrcM (ien, J. Clark, Lund nnd FArurslon
ngcut, ltoom 7 Old Library lliilhllng. Toledo.
O., or K O. McConnlck, tleli'l 1'ii's. nud Ticket
Agent, Cincinnati, O,
Excursion Kales It Ilrluiiu, IUnn
tuiui, June K to 12.
The Clover Lenf Route. Toledo. St Louis &
Kansas City It. It. will sell eeiirlon ticKits ut
extremely low 'rate. One tare for the round
trip, return limit 30 davs. The privilege of
choice of route vvet of Kansas City In either
direction nnd stop over In Kansas, Colorado,
etc., will be given.
The above account meeting Supreme Lodge,
A. () U. W.
Call on nearest agent. Clover Leaf Route or
luldrcis, c. C. JUNKINS, Ocn'l Pass. Agent.
Land incursion to Ilarrlmnn.
The Cincinnati, Hamilton & Pajton It. R.
will run nu excursion to Ilarrlman, Tciin.,
Jbmday, April Utli for which tickets will bo
old at one Inrc for the round trip and bo good
returning until April 'Juth. Harrlman is nno
of the most lloiirUhlng cities In the New South.
The (Jticcu .tCrc-cnt special will leuvo Cincin
nati. April 12th at lia. m. The land sale
occurs April 1.1, II nnd 1.1. Tlio excursion will
lx personally conducted by tlco. J. Clark, tautl
and Excursion Agent, ltoom 7, Old Library
lliilldlng, Toledo, O., v ho will gladly furnish
rates, descriptive matter and full Information.
Tickets on salo nt nil fj. II. ,t D. ticket olllccs iu
Ohio. E. O. McCormiek, O P. & T Agt.
5b Cincinnati, O.
FRED L. MAHR,
BED ROOM SUITS, ETC
Next door lo Now Library building
j Carriages 1 u
rnished on reasonable terms.
ALL KINDS FINISHING LUMBER
S. P. TOLMAN,
iiAciUi.cAintiAGns unci mmnirs
For WcdtllngN, rimorulfi, tile.
Terms Itcnsounble. Jtiim in rear of I'.xchniiRe.
Union Sowing Machine
Also nit kinilx of Fnrm Implomonta.
D. K. HOLLENBECK,
Gonoral Collector, 0Beal EstateAgent.
Titles invcsllgntcd and Abstracts furnished
on application. Notarjlu OUlcc.
OHM-ELASTIC ROOFING FELT cot only
83.00 per lOOsijiinrc feet. Mnkcs a good root
for Years, and nnvniic can nut It on. Scud
stamp for sampleaiul full particulars.
IiU.M l.l.ASTIC UOOriMl 1.1).,
3041 West llroadwoy. New York,
Local Aucnls Wanted.
Auctioneering in all Lines.
ADDRESS OU CALL ON
JL,S. DOME. PERRYSBURG, O
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS AND COPY-ItlUin-S
For 7 years a member of the examining corps o
the U. S. Patent Olllce.
OFFICE 311 Superior St
FnRHITORS & UHBERTAKIHG
IIENRV II. DODOE.
JOHN W. CANARY
DODGE & CANARY,
Attorneys at Law.
Office Reed & Merry Block, Main Street,
Bowling Green, O.
Always the best of everything at
The Old Hartford Firs Insurance Go's
Kbtnbllsheil III 171H.
Offer the lowest rotes iiiiU pay all losses Iu lull
up tu Hie face ut the l'olk-y.
pnonmx $ s.ons.ooi 23
IIAIlltOltD 0,Ha,434 40
TA 10,071.301) (13
XOXAt, 2t,5!8,tMJ8 37
LUSSUii rAID...120,a0l,U10 18
N. L. HANSON, Affent.
C A. POWERS,
FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
Peoples' Theatre. Toledo.
IlItADY OAKWOOl), Manage
Week Commencing- April 4
The LIMITED MATT,
fUutluooR, XuoNilay, Tliurvday ana
Doors opon at 1. Curtain at 2 p m
i'MOES : lVQ"l"R ii"", a, 33c. fiOo Biid75c
. .unuuutM, ioe, xoa ana boo
and Sachets, Files, Maumee 0
Hiram R. Clmrlcs, tho veteran
touolior of Porrysburrj twp.. roqueatca
tho Bcliolars of Ids Dowling Bchool to
each bring cno quart of shelled corn
for tho Russian sulTorors and thoy nil
responded, many of them bringinr;
moro than ono ouitrt. Tim fnllnwinir
istv list of names ot tho pupils, and
thoso who brought moro than ono
quart nro indicated by tho figures
following tho name:
James Rollor, Lizzie Roller 2, Flor
onco Roller .'), Jay Rollor, Mary Rollor,
Mike Roller, Willlo Roller, Owen
Cordroy, Carolino Cordry, MiUin Cor
dry, Esther Cordroy, Mary Gussotto
Martha Goosotte, Stella Gratnes'
Cyntha Beard, Pi-ed Beard, Annie
Grollo, Johnic Grolle, Willlo Grolle,
George Shrodor, Eddie Shrocdor, Ober
Shoemtikor, Wilbor Shoemaker, Elmer
Berry, Shormun Rlclcard, Bertlm Gel
din 2, Herman Goldiu 2, August Gl
din 2, Emma Goldiu 2, .Tamos Board,
George Board, Willlo Beard, NelUo
Ricktird, Bertha Rickm-d. Tlnlhnff.
Shoomakor, Matnlo Lnhnv. Wlllln
Lahoy, D.tvo Ltihov. Jonio .Tnhnsnn
Henry Johnson, Willlo Johnson, Dol-
puus iJrown, Malan Brown, Gortrudo
Brown, Cecil Brown. Johnio Hnlftnk 9
Joslo Holrlck 2. Johnio Tvlnm-lnn
Georgo Robinson, Klttio Lahoy.
March 28th. 1802. Arthur Mnmlnll
is very sick with pneumonia. His llttln
son, Bert, is also on the sick list, being
aillicted with a sovoro attack of
John Llmmor ono of our most nnn-
ular young men starts next week for
Cleveland, where ho will tnko charro
of a stock farm. Sorry to loso "Mar
shal" sis his smiling face will bo missed
by his many friends in our social
Llttlo Ethel daughter of T. H
Tinnoy is rapidly recovering from hi
J. M. Popo has resumed his work
after a week's vacation with his mother
at Hull Prairie.
Willie Whitbon is spending a weok
with his uncle, Mr. Mnndell.
Mrs. Hamilton is on tho sick list.
Vorna Dodd of Toledo, is visiting
Alta Donnhua is spending a short
time with her sister, Delia Donnhua.
Tho Prcbbytorian Ladies Aid Society
meets at Mrs. A. Taylor's Thursday.
S. Riiymer of Clevelund Is spending
a few days with L. W. Hashing.
Rev. Olive's brother is visiting him.
D. J. Fnrnswortli who has beon
attending college returned homo last
Mrs. J. W. England died at tho home
of hor 6on, last Monday morning.
A. S. Demuth of this place, sold his
residenco and blacksmith shop toChas
Gran". Possession given April first.
J. W. Crlpliyor nud wifo of Bowling
Green, spoilt Sunday with S. Burnet
Marion Win to a teacher of this placo,
spent Sunday iu Grand Ruuids with
A Jv'ewoy I.cttvr from out tho I'lke.
Tho diphthoria seems to havo abated
thoro boing no eases In tlio villugo at
present. Tho Marsh aud Weavor
ntnilies nro convalescent. Thoro has
beon two deaths from this cnusn hnt.h
boing in tho family of J. D. Weavor.
xno victims Doing two llttlo boys nged
four and six years. Mr. Weaver aud
family havo tho sincere sympathy of
iuo entire community in their great
An infant nhild of A. W. Ttnw rllnrl
'list Monday from ervsinelns. Thn
funeral was conducted from tho house
on Wednesday. Rev. L. C. McBrido
olllclating. Iutorinont was mudo at
Corn day in this township' will bo
noxtThur&day. G. W. Wagonor has
recolved subscriptions to tho amount of
00 bushels in this school district. Tho
Luthorn church of this placo havo sent
$30 for tho relief of tho famlno striken
of tho church in Russia.
Last wook was a busy timo for movors
Mr. Shofelt of Cummings, moved into
tho Geo. Robinson house. Wm. Dobbo
moved into tho Hopper farm, south of
town, and Honry Keller moved into
the Empire houso. A number of tho
etono quarry omploycs will board with
Mrs. Rachol Wagonor will soon opon
a inlllinorv shop. Sho will occupy a
part of Sam Shooks store room.
Frank Toolo of Bowling was calling
on frionds horo last Thursday.
Tho spring election iu Troy township
promises to bo quite Interesting.
Robert S. Parker and A. R. Camp-
boll counsel for Thomas Gaghttn, wore
horo Tuesday looking up ovldunco in
lA'NCHIH) AT VINUI.AY.
Josoph Lytlo of Plndlny, O., inhuman
flond, who bralnod his wifo and two
dnughtors with n hatchet which ho
had sharpened lor that mirnosn
on Wednesday, was tnkon from tho
jail by a mob of about 2,0C(I peonlo, who
battered down the doors of tho cell,
and after ordering him to dress him
self COllVOVed llhn tn 1. !...,
-.7 ...... .u VIIU 1IUII
bridgo on Main streot, whoro ho
was hung. Somo ono uttompted to
shoot him, but tho bullet struck the
rope, cutting it in twain and tho body
foil to tho floor of tho bridge Ho wos
again tuken by tho mob and hurled to
a telegraph polo and tho ropo was
carried up and hung over ono of tho
iron spikes used for climbing up tho
pole and tho mob pulled him up about
two feet from the ground and whilo
hanging thoy fired about 20 shots
into his miserable body and then left
him, nftor tearing his G. A.. R. bitdgo
and button from his coat.
Tho best citizens of Findlay say tho
action of the mob was uncalled for and
greatly to bo regretted.
But few of tho mob wore masked.
Mrs. Lytlo and her two daughters
aro reported as not being dead at tho
time of tho lynching and it is not impos
sible that thoy may recover.
Just before ho was strung tip for tho
first time a roporter asked him if he
had anything to say, and ho replied :
"The troublo began seven yenrs ngoi
and I think I was right. Bo good
boys; nnd don't follow mv example."
For lame back there is nothing better
than to sanitate n flannel cloth with
Chuniberlnin's Pain Balsm, and bind it
on the offected parts. Trv it nnd you
w.ll be surprised nt thn prompt relief it
affords. The same ireatnient will cure
rneuuiatiHtn. lor sale by A. R Champ
New Court Cuhpk.
Thomas Devino vs Joseph Harman
ot nl; foreclosure of mechanic's lien.
James, Tabor & Beverstock.
Peter Mast vs. Joseph O. Caldwell et
nl; promissory note. James, Tabor &
King &, Agner vs Thomas Weeks et
nl; on eoutruct. A. & J. Blackford.
John S. Mahonoy vs Tho Sun Oil Co.;
to enforce contract. Troup & Dunn.
William Munu vs Georgo P. Munn
ot al; partition. James, Tuber & Bov.
Anna F. Fnv vs. .Tnlin a nnn -.
al; partition. R. S. fhtiiniim. .....
Wo authorize our mlveitiseil druggist
to sell you Dr. Kinft's New Diseoverv
for Consumption. Coughs and Cold,
upon this condition. If you me nulicled
with n Cough Cold or any Lung.Throat
or Chest tr.iible.nnd will use this remedy
directed, giving it a fair trial, nnd
experience no benefit, you may re
turn the bottle and have your inonev
refunded. Wo could not make thl's
Offer did WP lint. Irnniv ilmf. Tr V!..'
New Discovery could be lolied on. It
never dissu points. Tnal boltlo free
nt A. H. Cliumpney'rt Drug Store.
Large size 50c. and $1.00.
James W. Penncll to Briggs & Jones,
one-quarter acre. Bloom township, f.500.
Amos Steelsmith lo L D Langraadc,
40 acres. Portage township, $2o0.
W H Wright to John A Bower, ICO
acres, Middloton township, $1,100.
Charles Bower to Lewis J. Bower,
1C0 acres, Middleton township, 81,100.
John S. Wieuent to Barbara A.
Sovits, lot, Millhurv, $1,500.
Amelia Wiegnnt to John S Wicgnnt.
lot. Millbury, $100.
Edwin I, Crom to John G Weaver,
40 acres, Center township, $2,G00.
Jacob Hngor to Christian Bay, 80
ucres, Webster township, 84,100.
Kuto Groves to Calllo Laft'erty. lot,
North Bultimore, $210.
Eliza Morgan to Carrie Laflerty, lot,
North Baltimore, $103.
Helen Groves to Carrie Lafferty, lot,
North Bultimore. $105.
A E Royco to I A Noble, lot, Bowl
ing Green, $-300.
Daniel Mercer to Alice E Noble, lot,
Bowling Green, 81,400.
Samuel B Cessna to Urich Wise, lot,
Millgrovo station, $300.
T J Campbell toO F Campboll, lot,
Mabel Strouso ot nl., to Julia A.
Boughton, lot, Bowling Green, $200.
John Clarke to Geo. W. Smith. 80
acres, Plain twp., $100.
John Fearon to Mary E. Wight, 531
acres, Lake, J2.000.
I N Zearning to M L Case, lot, Bow
ling Green, $1,850.
. A C Rodman to Hoppo & Struhb
Bottling Co., lot. Bowling Greon, $225.
Malissa Brvant to Emma Rrvnnt. Int.
Simeon Crom to Joseph Russoll, 0
acres, Contor, $000.
J W Hllflms tn n .T TTnn-lmo lnf
North Baltimoro, $200.
j w iiugne8 to ii j uugnos, lot
North Baltimoro, $8,000.
Wm. Timmons. PnKlmnBtnr nf Trtn
vllle. Ind writes: Electric Bitters lins
dono moro for mo than nil other
medicines combined, tor that bad feel
ing nri8ing irom Kiuney and Livor
trnnliln." Jiilm T.pnlin f.irmor nnd
Rtocknwn. of samo placo, says: "Find
.i'cinc iiuiurs m ue iuo uesc liianey
and Liver medicine, made me feel like
a now man." i, v. unraner, nnrawnro
inercliant, same town says: Electric
Dliterd is jtiBt the thing for a nun who
is all run down and don't care whether
hn llvptt nr rllna lit. fntiml nniv ctriintrlli
good appetite and felt just like ho had
u lie iv irum- ui iiiu, uiny uuu. ii uuiiiv,
at A, It. Chainpuey's Drug Store.
Tho liiiirociiituit of tlio ItUor ltond of
Iniportmico to tho Ovrnnr of Property
mill tho TriirnlliiR I'uhllc.
Editoh JOUHNAL : The subject of
improved roads has been prominent In
your columns durinrr a fow weeks tvist
In a local souso its importunco ranks
only with that of tho system of draln
ugo which has dono so much in tho
way of developing tho resources of
I hud occasion a fow days slnco lo
address F. B. Shoemaker, Esq., of
Toledo, in relation to a piece of up
river property. In reply ho addressed
mo tho following letter, which fully
expressos his viows and those of many
others of tho enterprising citizens of
Toledo in relation to tho river road
botwoon Porrysburg nnd Toledo and
tho properly on its route :
Toledo, O., March 2G, 1S92.
N. H. Callakd,
I am very much obliged for your
communication of tho 2olh inst., but
until the up-rivor pcoplo awaken from
their Rip Van Winkle sleep and con
struct ni.ids which will enable pur
chasers to drive to their places a llttlo
moro than six months in tho jear,
I think Pitusn.vr holders Hkoly to con
tinue owners for somo timo. I certainly
hnvo no inclination to increase my
possessions iu that direction.
Very Truly Yours,
F. B. Shoi:makkk.
Mr. Shoomakor is tho onlv outsidn
capitalist who has made llboral invest
ments in the river road property in
proximity with Porrysburg during th
past 40 years. His object in making
tho purchase was to erect a nlensnnt
suburban villa at tho Point, anticipat
ing that ho would bo ablo to reach it
by his private convoyanco at any sun
son in tho year.
In that conclusion ho has been sadly
disappointed. Tho condition of tho
river road is but little better than it
was some 40 or 50 years ago. Its con
dition is a scandal and reproach to a
civilized community. Notwithstanding
this, tho property on the line of routo
is held at high price on account of its
extrinsic advantages on the riverfront.
The owners seem not to realize that
such forms of wealth aro purely imag
inary in their abstract form, and the
utilization of such values can only be
accomplished through tho ugoncics of
enterprise and ol capital.
If tho geutlemon who own proporti
on tho river ruad wish to realize on the
beauties of nature iu their surround
ings, it will bo necessary for them to
tuvako from their Rip Van Winkle
state us Mr. Shoemaker suggests, aud
put themselves In line with tho march
of civilization; build a road that will
reflect credit on thoir enterprise, and
thus invito tho city peoplo to realize
with them tho beauties of nature which
in all but roads, thoy seem to lejnico.
T.ien tthe value at which they hold
their property will toon bo increased
by tho miIu of lots. A writer in the
Forum tella us that lud ro.tds forco
pioplo to livo iu cities whilu good ones
draw them into tho country. It makes
u groat utitoreiico wiietlior you cuu
drivo to a st-ition in fivo minutes or
whether it shall take you fifteen, and
that is tho difference between a bad
highway aud a good one. Tho in.
creased cost of transportation on a
wretched highway is more than suf
ficient to pay for a smooth hard drive
way. At this timo tho farmers on tho pike
and tho McCutchouvillo road aro under
tho necessity of going to Toledo with
their produce by Maumee, and driving
down to tho city on tho North sido ol
tho river making them an increased
distance of four milus on tho round
trip. Ii is cortuinly high timo that
such wrongs should bo corrected.
N. H. Callahd.
Theodore Wight and Nollio Rowo.
Lowls Hendricks and Cora Roe.
John W Lawson and Nollio Rowo.
R R Hilliard and Rilllo A Sprout.
Orrln W. Fish and Edith Wlght.cn
Llttlo Judith, the eight year old
daughter nf Sir. Mulline.iox. of tho In
land Christian Advocate, Des Moines.
Iowa, on learninc tjint her npecinl
playmate, a child of her own nge, hnd
inken the whooping cough, took a bot-
iiu oi iiiruiuiiiu, which uuu cured ner or
a troublesome cough, nnd went over
nnd said: "You miibt tnko thl? medi
cine; it will do you good." . r. Mulli.
neaux was curious ns to the leault nnd
on making inquiry learned that the lit
tle neighbor, who had been unable to
rostntuight, had been giratly lelioved
in that tespect. Tho paroxysniB were
neither so frequent, Severn or enduring.
The cough, undor tho genial action of
this admirable romedy, was loosened.
The medicine liquofies tho mucus and
enable tho sufferer to throw it off. The
attack iu tho beginning gnvo evory ev
idence of being a bevero attack of
whooping cough. Indeed it was a gen-
IlilWl l-HRO. Illlt: tll.U .....lull- il.i.i tt.l.tnl.
t w. . ,.. VjJII.I.IIUII, MIIIUII
perhaps it may nut bo a positive cum
for thu (lisvuso. ia undoubtedly able to
allnVlllt It If It ilrma tiit- nnra If If
will give unquestioned relief. Tin
midi.duo referred lo Is Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. For salo by A. R
IARM AND &ABDEN.
Tli Treatment of Mniuirrg for rerllliz-
Tho following experiment is roportcd
by James Wilson, director of tho Iowa
Wo composted tho difforont manures
from tho several stables, mixing tho
heavy and wet with tho dry straw so as
to proparo tho wholo for application.
Whon spring rains camo a scdimont
flowed from tho heaps that wo dipped
into barrels and applied to ono of tho
corn fields, carefully marking tho rows
and giving thiin tho samo cultivation
tlio rest of tho field had. Tho rows
that hud tho liquid manuro sprinklctt
over them yielded 82.02 bushels nn
ncro. Tho same number of rowa
husked for comparison growing beside
thorn yioldcd 50.0(5 bushels an ncro.
Tho manure from which tho liquid
seeped was common to most Iowa farms
and was made from feeding corn with a
llttlo bran and oil .meal. Wo applied
10 barrels of tho liquid and got at tho
rale of 23 bushels of corn an acre
within a fraction for our work. Our
object was to call tho attention ot Iowa
farms to tho loss resulting from tho
wash of barnyards und tho loss of urino
so universal over tho state. Another
effect from the liquid manuro wus very
striking. Tho cornfield had spots
where the crop suffered from drouth,
or bacteria, or soil conditions, that
caused a withering of tho lower lcuvca
and produced yellow coloring on tho
higher leaves. Ono of theso affected
spots lay contiguous to tho rows
sprinkled with tho liquid manuro. Tho
disease, whatever It was stopped at tho
llrst row whoro the liquid was applied.
On ono side wa3 an affected folingo, on
the other a dark green, healthy, vigor
ous foliage. It -was evident that tho
extra nutrition of tho corn growing on
liquid manure enabled it to resist what
affected that growing in tho next rows.
We hope to get a feeding barn built
with cement floors and cistern, to savo
this valuable fertilizer, so us to cnablo
us to inquiro moro thoroughly into ita
value on prairie soils, that arc not
always benefitted by many of tho com
mercial fertilizers so much used clsc-
Tho Ohio Experiment station has re
cently put into its main barn a floor
and cistorn, such as that alluded to
abovo, and from Docember 25, 1890, to
May 1, 1801, this cistern collected from
30 cows moro than 3,000 gnllons ot
liquid. Tho cows woro well bedded
with straw, which of course absorbed
much of tho liquid, so that this repre
sents what would otherwiso havo gono
to waste. Chemical analysis showed
this liquid to contain fertilizing:
materials worth forty-seven dollars, as
fertilizers aro sold in Ohio. This
would show a saying of sovonly dollars
in six mouthn, tho timo cows nro
uiunlly stalled, and would, be at I.Mf,
twenty per cuit. per annum on i l-u
necessary cost of the floor an I oblcM.
A gentleman in Union Comity, M .,
who is too modest a tnun lo have bis
mime mentioned in the newspapers,
was cuied of i Ileum itism by Chamber
lain's Pain Hilin, ofter Hying other
medicines nnd lieniment for thirteen
years. For sale by A. It. Cliauipnoy.
Exceptions to first partial account of
Andrew Powell, executor ol tho will of
Samuol Powell, deceased, Hied bv S. G.
Application in tho matter of tho will
of George Greenough,' to admit to pro
bate. Affidavit filed in tho i.inttor of Wil
liam M. Belleville, alleged to ho insane.
Application in the matter of tho will
of Thomas Campboll, for Probate.
S. C. Culp appointed guardian ot
AnOnlliinnccfor the construction of n tUlc
vvnlk on thn North klilo ot Second Street bctvrcou
Maple nml lllckorv Strcotr.
Hi.c. 1. ne It ordniiicit by tlio roiincil of tlio
liu orporntcil vitiligo of I'errjslnirs. Tlint tho
owners of lots and juris of low itbuttlntr on tlio
North Mile or Pc nnil direct, between Mnnlo nml
Hlcory istrectB, bo nnd they aro hereby required
Nuvemlly to uuims to bu constructed a ciml
KUh.tiiuilal eidcnnlk in fiontof their rcsnectivo
lot, four feet In width of White Oak or
Hue lilunk lnld crnssvvl.ve. on AViillo or llurr Oak
ktrinjren. not less tlniii three by livo inches.
Hec. i, Said mill; to be constructed under
till. Rllltl.l-V'lkfl.tl nml ,i, flm iii.mf -. .t (..
ii Yi '.""" ...... ... tow .vvin.llivu ui ,llu
KlilcwiilKi'oiiunittee. within slxlv (inva frnm thn
lutViUKu of till-, ordinance.
I. O. HAY.
I'lsict Mnreh 21th, H'Ji
An Or lln.inco for tho construction of n tihle
wnllspn the noith sldo or hlxtli .-it. between
Llni bt.iimi l.iiiiihliiim Ave-,, L'nst (.hie. from
tho corner of el.Mh Ht. to tho corner of i'lnii St.
bM'.lit. J Iu Itoriliilind by the Council of the
incorporate illaso of rcrrvtburg. l'hur tho
owner of lou nnd imrti of lot uniittlug on
.North klilo of .sixth faired, between Klin St. nml
Louibhiim Ave. l.imt hide, from turner of Fifth,
to corner of sixth street, be nnd they aro here
by remiliitl cevernlly, to cause to be constructed
a cood nnd nibstniitlnl nidewnlk In front ot
jy'.r. r5?loctlvo lots, four feet In width, ot
Whito Oak or I'lnu plank laid crosswlko on
htriiiKera of white or llurr Oak not lesi than
tlueu by livo iui'lioi.
bhCVJuil. Bald walk H to bo construcleil umlpr
-- i -- . . ... ..w iiM.VI'IHIIWU lUUDIUU
wiill: t'oiniiililccvvlihln kixty iIhvs f the pas
iijjw of llila Ordluaiicu. '
Attest! MftJr I
tllG MinerVlKlllll mill In tin, nriitiiliini.iw.rK..Ll.,
r. o. it.w.
Clerk 1'ro Turn.
1'usscJ March 2ltU ltt.
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