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TPTJlP PERRYSBURG JOURNAL VOL, XL -ED, L, BLUE, Publisher. PERRYSBUKG, WOOD CO., 0., SATUKDAY, JULY 30, 1892. $1,00 IN ADVANCE -NO. 19 Ij. C. COLE. 1 J. CHASE. COLE & CHASE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Opera Block, bowling grekn.o MOMEY LOANED (ON EEAL ESTATE ONLY.) Direct to borrower, on Improved city and farm properly any where In "sortlittciilerii Ohio, nt fi.lyi nuil 7 per cent, according to nmomits. No iiisurnncc cpiiheeled with our loans. T. G. THOMSON & CO., IUortu:iiu I.oiuin, 031 Superior Street, Toledo, Ohio. Urn DUNBRIDGE. L, AOItNT von Union Sowing; Machine DOWLING, 0 Alao all kinds ot farm Implements. , D. K. HOLLENBECK, Attornoy atliaw. General Collector, t Heal Estato Agent. TIllcB invurtlgatcit and Alulracts furnished on application. NotarjlH OHlce. PEltltYSHUKG. OHIO. PUBLIC AUCTIONEER Auctioneering in all Lines. ADDRESS Oil CAM. ON L. S. DOME. PERRYSBURG. O FANCY GROCERIES AND Provisions Always the bet of evoiytliing nt J.G.Moflmann's Grocery WILLIAM WCItVl'CK, Solicitor o PATKNTS, TltADi: MARKS AND COPY RKJUTS I'KOri'Itl'D. iNrniNncMiiNTK w:nncrTBn. Tor 7 years member of the examining corns o the!'. K. Patent OIlU-c. TOM'.Dtl.O Mr. ltogors rtnd wlfo lmvo roturnod lrom their trip to Lakeside. Miss Annii Davis spent Monday In Bowling Green. Hugh Ro)ai' of Scotch Itldgo spoilt Sunday with frlonds lit this plaoo. Thoro will bo u musical ooncort given at thu Presbyterian onuroh Fri day ove., July 20th, for bonollt of tho church nnd Sunday School. Tho enter tainment will consist of solos, pilots, trios, etc The ouGwetidoliiio Quartette-" of Silver Wood, will be present. Admission 10 and 15 tits. Pour of our prominent young pcoplo from this nlueo tool: u Hying trip to tho river last Sunday. Miss Libby Stowo of Toledo is visit ing with Miss Nottio Huniion. t A number of young pcoplo uttended church at Dowhng last Sunday ovo. Miss Maud Bcari is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Williams, of this place Mrs. Williams and Mips Maud Cur rent woro-at tho Green ouo day last week. W. Wilson has returned homo from Ada, whoro ho has been attending school tho past year. DOWLING. Colobratlng tlio Annlvaronry of nn Citizen of tho county. Old MILLBURY. OFFICII :lll Superior 81 "V57M. CROOK. FnRluTME& UNDERTAKING PERRYSBURG. S00T0H EIDGE. BENIIV II. DOlK.E. .TOIIS W. CANARY DODGE & CANARY, Attorneys at Law. Ofileu Ilcc.1 .t Mem Murk. Main Street, Bowlina Green, O. STEAMER C B WALLACE. Will make regular trips between Toledo. Fort Miami mill lVnysliiirs. Will li-i've foot of Jloinoe street ,i- follows1 l.cnve 'I olc.lo- 10.M1 nmS;StMim 5:10. Leave l'eii.vi-luirg T:l a m 12:15 p in 4:20 p in. l-'aru 20 emit', round trip. STEAMER W R BURT, For Marengo Park and l'crrys-hurg. front foot of Jefferson ulicct. IV.Tolci'.o, l.y. 1'prry.shurg. I.v. Marengo louoiim 7:iMiim 12:rso p m 2.00 p in 12!1.1 1 m '.KM) " 4:80 " 11.1ft " U." " s:::o " lam " . 1Q:"-Q " The Cifas Mm k ircucroiiA'rrn i803 Capital Stock, $50,000.00 JAS DUNNIPACE, Prest, JAS H. PIERCE, Vice Prest. N. L. HANSON, Cus. & Gen. Mgr Director: N L Hakson.JasDunnipace Frank Powbu. John Pr.uniN Jacob Davis, E. L. Kingsbury JAS O. TROD!'. J. . HOI'KMAN I). K. HOLLUNllKCK. Eccclvcs deposits, lonus money, pells foreign mill i!oiue..lli! exchange, buys unit sells ilraf". bonds, coin, notes, mortgages, ami pays Interest on tlmo deposits. HOHEY TO LOAN July 2,"). Harvesting is finished in this vicinity, and threshing has com menced with a good turnout ; some yields being us high as 20 bushel to the aero. C. W.Grinor and family returned on Friday from n four weeks visit with rolalives at Cleveland, O. Thoeontiact for tho building or a new brick school houso at this place was awarded to Roy Loonils price $1047.00. Mrs. Xaripha Ilulburt closed a four months term of school at this place on Friday. N J. D. Conklia of Weston, was at this place to-day looking after his political fences. Tho baud boys.bave purchased the old school building and will lit it up for a hall. Mrs. Marian Muir who is 75 years of age left on Thursday for Porrysburg for a visit with, her brother James Dunupucc. She went by tho Ohio Central It. It. to Toledo then by bout to Porrysburg. On July -1 IS." I just 5S years ago Mrs. Muir ami her hus band JamcR Muir lauded at Porrysburg from the Steamer Englo. Two years later they purchased a farm near this place and lived thoro until the death or Mr. Muir which occurred about live years ago. STONY EIDGE. Death of Martini J. Wagoiiur. Mrs. Miii'thn .T. Wagoner, wife of Win. W. Wtigonu. died July 2tst,lSy2. Sho was taken uwuy with that fatal disease, consumption. She had been complaining more or less for tho past two years, but during her sickness sho endured it with patience nnd fully realized that her days in this world wero few. Sho was :i daughter of Abrnm and Mary Luhmuu of Troy township, whose family consisted of l.'l children (5 boys and 7 girls. .Hoi- father, two sisters, and two brothers, have pro ceeded her to tho spirit world. Sho was born .Tune !1. 18(14, nnd died July 21, 1892, aged 28 years, 1 mouth and 18 days. Sho was married to W. W. Wagoner, in tho fall of 1882. Sho united with tho M. E. church at the Itldgo In tho Spring of 'S2, and lived a consecrated mombor until death called hor to her reward. Sho leuvos her husbnud, and live small children, tho youngest being ono year of ago tho present month, to light tho battles of this world without n mother's euro and advico; also her aged mother, four brothers and four sisters and a largo circle of friends to mourn her untimely death. Tho funoral was held at tho residence Sunduy.at 10 h, m. conducted by hor pastor, Row L. C. McBi-ldo, interment in Fort Molgs Cemotory at Porrysburg. Martha thou hast gone before its Ami till loss mo deeply feel lut 'tis Uoil who has lieiuft in, lie euu all our torruw heal. Then let our sorrow cease to flow Coil has recalled his own Ami In tho fullness ol every woe, mm say my win uu none. Tho grandest social ovent of the Ben son acorn-red at tho residence of Josoph Egbort on tho 22 Inst. It was tho 85th anniversary of undo Joe's ndvont into this world, and his numerous friends and neighbors had arranged to glvo the old gontlemtui a surprise. At nn oarly hour tho guests began to gather under tho beautiful sliudo trees that adorn tho front yard of uncle Joe's rcsl donco each ouo bringing a well filled baskot. A rudo table was constructed and by 12 o'clock noon tho tablo was groaning undor tho weight of every thing that was calculated to plcaso tho most fastidious. Tho iner man being satisfied all wore happy and tho after noon was spent in social con verso nnd many talos of yo olden times wore in dulged In. Your correspondent was v8ry much interested in theso talcs of years gone by and would like to report thoin to tho Journal but they would fill tho Journal and crowd everything clso out. But I feel that I must roluto ouo. Enos Bellevillo n former old resident of Wcod county, but now of Bollmoro, Pulmnn county, said that in tho year 1834, while ho and his fathor James Bcllovillo, wero fishing in tho Maumoo at Porrysburg a strnngor appeared on the bank of tho river and uslced who tho boss was, James Bellevillo answer ed that ho elaimod that honor. The stranger told Mr. B. that ho had traveled a long distutico to get &omo fish. That ho hod niada several fruit less attempts to malco a haul. That ho had no money with which to buy lish but that ho owned an acre of land in a certain village in Indiana which ho would trado for fish and asked Mr. B. how many fish ho would catch him for tho aero ot land. After a moments' rc llecllon Mr. B. replied that ho would catch him forty barrels of fish for tho aero of land. So tho strnngor agreed to it and a haul was mndo resulting in THE KNAUSS STONE ROAD. tho catching of 10 bbls of 11 no lish. 9 . . i HIS On Farm Property C. A. POWERS, PERRYSBURG. O July 20, 1802. E. S. How tho stranger got homo with -10 bbls of lish Enos failed to tell, but In a couple if weeks James Bcllovillo received a warranty deed for tho aero of land. Enos says that tho fish wore so numerous iu thoso days that It was impossible to wado tho Muumeo riyer. Seluh. Uuelo .Too Egbort is a renin rknblo man iu nun-o ways than one. About fifty years ago whilo working on the eaiiul' near Dellaneo ho was seized with some kind of fever and iu conse quence of taking so much calomel ho lost all of his teeth and has been "gumming" it every since. He has never been siek since, but has always been able to cat everything set before him. lie has used tobacco till his life, has drank uinro or less whisky and has ul ways been a hard worker. Uncle Joo accounts for his long and happy life in this way. Ho says he has always vote'd the Domoeratic ticket, haying voted twice for "old Hickory." That ho never had a fuss or a fight with man, woman or child. That his conscience is clear, although ho says ho did vote for Jackson before ho was quite twonty ono years old. Tho happy event closed, with a speech by Rov. D. II. Jameson after which all shook hands with uncle Joe, wishing hltn many moro such happy days. Thoso present from a distance wore Enos Bellevillo and wlfo ot Belmoro ; old citizens from Wood; J. M. Charles, of Porrysburg ; Wm. McUndorwood of Dowllng; David Main and wife of Fettton; Geo. A. Shoemaker and wife of Dowllng; Wm. RolW and wifo, Dowling; J. M. Brown and wifo, Dowl lng; R. V. Egbort. Dowling; Mary Jameson, uowung. HASKINS Roso Clouso ot Toledo was the guest of Nollie Feagles, Sunday. Emilia Blystono of Monclovn, Sun duyed with Mrs. Rupp. Llllio Davis aud Cora Woolcot of Deshler, wore visiting with Mrs. J. M. Daniels last week. Mrs. Bush of Ducat is tho guest of Mrs. O. Robinson. Tho Rev. McMunus occupied tho pulpit nt tho Baptist church, Sunday nighi. Vlnlo Wilson is visiting in Ducat this week. Frank Sliopard and brido, of Mon tana, visited frlonds hero last wook. Miss Anna Borgo has gono to Lodi, Medina Co.. to spend a fow wcoks. Albert Bailey spent Sunday with friends here. Thoro wero thrco arrests mado last wool: for dlsordorly conduct and brought boforo tho Mayor. Thoy wero all discharged. Orrln Aycrs mot with an accident whilo putting up hay. Tho hay-fork become loosened In somo way and foil, striking him and cuting his lip and right arm. Ho was taken to Toledo, whoro Dr. Root dressed tho wounds. Mrs. Martha Piningor died July 15, at hor homo, ot coinsumption. Sho leaves a husband and two chlldron to mourn thotr loss. Sho Is tho third daughtor that Mr. and Mrs. Cardosn hove lost In fivo months. Tho funeral was held at the Methodist church, Rov. Jameson conducting tho service, which was laigoly attended by sym pathizing friends. Tho school houso is being ro-scntcd and painted. Tho corporation have ordered four wolls to bo drilled for public use. Mr. Chony of Genoa, and Mrs. Ritta Astry, wore married iu East Toledo, Inst Tuesday. Tho boys gtivo thorn a sorcnado the next ovening. si'hciat. announci:mi:nt. Wo havo made arrangements with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co.. publishers of "A Treatise on the horso and his diseases," which will cnablo all our subscribers to obtain a copy of that valuable work fiiei: by sending their address (enclosing a two-cent stamp for mailing same) to Dit. B. J. Kr.N DAi.i. Co., Enoshuugh Falls, Vt. This book is inv recognized as stand ard authority upon all diseases of the horse, as its phenomenal sale attests, over four million copies having been sold in the past ten years, a sale never before reached by any publication in tho same period of time. We feel con fident that our patrons will appreciate tho work, and bo glnJ to avail them selves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book. It is necessary that j cm montlon this paner in sending for the "Treatise." This oiler will remain open for only a short time. A llovlow of thin Nerlo-Comla Fnrco from Its Inception to Data by un Interested 1'nrty. Flora B Rush, of Newel X Rush. l'lolmto Mnttci-H. appointed guardian I.ieciiKui,. Albert Ewingand Delhi Hart man. Thomas Ralston and Gertrude Bair. clarence A HerrllT and Emma G ru ber. Geo. E Moore aud Phebe D. Copus. Samuel E Niece; Tavlor it Westen- N'ov Court Case. Strous & Hatfield vs. Tho Bairds town Gas &, Oil Co.; for money only. J V. Jones. Geo. W Franks vs Warron I Clial faut; on promissory note. Taylor & Weslenlinver. Geo. W Franks vs, on promissory note. haver. Rosa Alexandor vs. Edwin Alexan der, divorce, gross neglect of duty and dt;utikenucss. James, Tabor & Bovor stook. William Hengorer et nl. vs. Bonj Notzorg, on account. D. K. Hollon-beck. Lena L Stahl vs. Charles W. Sttihl, divorce, gross nogliict of duty and drunkonnoss. Titos. N. Biorly. Yein Ik nm-t! .1 our rn Una orwrrk. rililly u'l iMiuonil.t, . ty tlio. ol rlllnr m. iiimk vt nliiiftiHl 111 lliclr u, a I m lllfi i.ufn n , rr thy II, t. A117 ono 1 nn 1I1. llii' link, loiy to lmu. 4Yi furnUlmvcrjtliliiK, W Hurt iu. Nurt.lt, tt,u tftmtcvot vouriimrmiioinciiii. uriillyuiir tliitnlii IIhmv"U. 'ihituao trntlrclr !"W loil.ftii'1 lirlnni onuVi Tut iurt in evnjr ,1 rnkrr. IKtlnlitr, " urnliilf flmnl ti& In 1M I rrwrrk l 'I li'mnnli, tn(lmoran.r II11I4 xlrrlnitr. U c run funil.li you Hi rm vlormeiil and IdncIi yu MIFK. NnvimculoffitJiilii here. 1-ull fcfW.tk.a lllkk. 'lltllj; .t CO., Altitun, HilM. Tito following, clipped from tho Bur lington Junction, (Mo,,) Post, contains information of no little value to perbOiiH troubled with indigestion. For years Uio IMllor of the l'ost has been sub ject lo cramp colle or Ills of Indigestion, that prostrated him for several liottrd ami unfitted him for business for two or thrco days afterward About a year ago wo called 011 B. .1. Uutchcr' druggist, and asked for something to ward off an attack that was alicady making Ufa hideous. Mr. Iliitelier hnuitod us 11 bottlu of Chamber Iain's Colle, Cholera mid Diarrhoea Kemedy. We took tho medicine according lo directions, mid not only found relief 011 that oivusslon, but lmvo several times time tiled Its virtues mid iotinil relief In every Instance. We tako this luethod of acknowledging tho benefits derived nnd rccoinmi'iniing ineeuroio 011 otners euu led to Imllgestlou, For tale by A. it. Ohnniii- I ncy, druggist. In apother column of this pnpor wil be found an advertisement of a medicine known as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for sale by dtugcixtA. u. "jiiainpnoy 01 tins place. In nlmost every neighborhood through out tho west, there aro some ono or mora persons, whoso lives havo been saved by this remedy. It iu natural for such persons to take especial pleas ure in recommending thu remedy to others, The praise Unit follows its in troduction and use makes it immensely popular. Whilo it is intended especi ally for colic, cholera morbus, dysentery and diarrhoea, it is also claimed to cure chronic dlnrrhooa. If such be tho case, it is certainly a "Godsend" to many1 a poor inortaK ' TrHiisrurx. R S Parker to W II Bates, lot, Bowl ing Grcou, S100. Mary Bailey ot til. to L S & M S Ry., lot, Mlllbury, $50. G' F Moycrholtz to Philip, Neunder, lot. Luekoy, $450. T N- Biorly to Simon Welsh, lot, Brad nor, $!!50. E H Myers to John Rifo,lot, Luekoy, $450. Theod. Aloxnnder to Chas. Aeber- sole, lot, Ponibcrville, $075. C W McDonald to W E Smith, lot, Weston. $200. A Ccdoz ot ul to L S & M S Ry., lot, Mlllburv, ?."00. II N Tuppor to Eugcno PaulT, lot, Tontogany, WOO. Scovaand Btilllngton to .1 O Keur, lot. Bowling Green, $250. T H Caldwdll to David Slovens, lot, Bradnor, $125. J S Trout to W G Avery, lot, Bowl ing Green, $250. A Cook to Geo. Cook,lol,Porrysburg, $100. , , II S Donzy to J Button, lot, Bowl ing Green, $1,500. G W Button to Mary E Cook, lot, Porrysburg ?5. A Hunter to E J Schroder, lot, Bowl ing Green, $400. , II Cook, to G W Button, lot, Porrys burg, $5. Ed. Journal : For tho first tlmo In tho history of Wood county a county In which tho major part of tho wealth enorgy and intelligence is found with the agricultural clomont do wo find a largo body of representative farmers dented a hearing by our county officials. Now wo beg loavo to appeal to a highor body tho pcoplo through your press. It is well known that thoro is a stalo law dusigncd to oneourago tho building ot stono roads. This law, designed for rural districts provides that whon a majority of tho land owners within a certain distauco of tho proposod road shall petition for tho sumo its con struction is to bo allowed by tho Com missioners of that county. That this law Is ambiguous is not deniod by any. Farmors throughout tho Stato claim that it was drafted for tholr special benefit; that thero aro laws sulllcicut for villages and cities Tho argument presoated is based on common sense, it is tliat tlie monoy is to bo raised by an acreago tax. Thoy claim that it would bo an outrage to compel a farmer owning 1G0 acres' ot partly improved land to pay as much as all the woalth concentrated on 100a. of either town jr city property. Boliov ing that our logislaturo allowed for tho usu of ordinary common sense, wo now appeal to tho pcoplo and tho courts. The road In question was originally dosigned to run from Bowling Green to Porrysburg but meeting with heavy opposition it was cut down to four miles, tho first throe-fourths milo of which lies within the corporation of Bowling Green. Tho pollution was circulated by Georgo Kuauss. Viewers wero ap pointed, but two weeks prior to their going over tho road, tho Cominis. sinners were informed by two roliablo men that ono of tho viewers wos nn interested party; that he had recently written and published tin article in favor ol stone roads and that HIS PKOPIIUTY WAS WITHIN TAXAnLK LIMITS. No attention was paid lo this informa tion. On tho first date appointed for a hearing forty or fifty farmers left their work" to help opposo tho road. Tho Commissioner held tho fort alone for a short time and then adjourned tho hearing to tho Kith of Juno. (In a fpw moments afterwards another Commis sioner camo iu.) On the 10th another equally largo and determined crowd turned out. They wore told by tho Commissioners that It would take eight or ten days to carefully count tho petitioners; that Mr. Kuauss would probably have to seeuro 400 or 500 moro signatures; that the mattor was probably ended. Thoy then adjourned tho meotlng Indefi nitely intimating that should Mr. Knauss seeuro tho required number of names auothor hearing would bo givei WITHIN THIRTY-SIX HQURS Till! ItOAI) WAS GRANTED. Tho counting of petitioners was dono by a man who has. more lots than acres. This may account for his declaring that tho petition had ISO names more than necessary. Tho farmors at onco organized in order to carry on a moro systematic opposition. J. O. Troup was employed. Ills first act was to recount the list of petitioners. Aftor ten days work ho declared that tho excess ot names on the entire petition ineludlug Bowling G recti was less than forty Instead of 180. Furthermore If they counted only laud owners outsldo tho corporation thoy had less than one-third tho re quired number. Another meeting of the remonstrants was held. Mr. Troup was Instructed to enjoin. Judge Ridgoly bolng away ho ap plied to Judge Johnson of Findlay. J ml go Johnson did not, as tho Sentinel stntes, fairly and positively refuse lo cnjplH. But to' grant tho iiiiunction would require eight or ten days for investigation." This was more tlmo than ho could command. Mr. Troup returned to Bowling Green and applied to Judgo Noarlng. His honor at once granted tho injunc tion, But so great was tho pressuro brought to boar upon htm by tho citi zens of Bowling Grcon, that ho wont to tho cleric of tho court on tho following morning, requested tho paper and placing it-ln his pockot, walked away remarking that ho would huyo to revoke his decision. Itulhor an undig nified way for a judge to secure a paper wo think. Mr. Troup then saw tho Commis sioner who promised that ho would como to Mr. Troilp's olllco on the 21st to try to compromise. IIo named a committee of four from the farmors association with whom ho would hold tho conlcronco. Mr. Troup drovo to Mlddlotou and notified the- Mien; Tlloy although twlco mislead boforo, again attempted to secure a poaceablo adjust ment of tho mattor. and woro prcsont at tho appointed tlmo us requested. But no commissioner appeared. Tho committee camo homo foellntr that they could obtain noitbOr law nor justice at thu hands of our present county olllclals. And I ask you, Gentlemen of Wood county, what do you think ot thorn V Another meeting of tho Farmers' Association was held. Twclvo thousand acres of land wero reported as signed for tholr assistance. It was resolved to continue the enrollment and enjoin the collection of tho tax. Wo do not consider that wo havo boon thus far dofcatod by any just or fair process of law but by opon and direct violation of all law, and pro. ceedont. Wo do not think that wo aro tho only ones Inloresled. If this road and tux stand tho trial to which it will bo subjected then can any town In tho state compell tho farmers to pay for the paving of the streets. It has thus far been a fight between tho farmers of Middleton township and our county olllcials who aro backed AND csuiDHD by a fow of Bowling Green's shrewdest mou. How long, O Lord, How long! Wonderful 4'uiit,. Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases, headache, blues, nerv ous piostration. sleeplessness, neuralgia, 8t. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also builds up the body, "i am pleased to say that after years of intense suffer ing with nervous disease, headache and piostration, I tried Dr, ili lies' Itestora live Nervine, and in two weeks gained eight pounds in wuight. I could not Ho down to Bleep, hut now sleep perfectly easy.mid inn fctill impioylng wonderful ly. Cannot suy enough for the Nervine, Jilts. L, 11, Mn.LAitD, Dunkltk,N, Y, "Onu customer used Nervine nnd gained fifteen pounds in flesh. Brown & Maymuhy, Coitland, N.Y." Trial bot tles and elegant books free- nt A. It. Cliampnoj's. Annual Teachers' Institute. The Wood County Teachers' Annual Institute will bo Vtold In tlio Central school building, Bowling Green, O , Aug. slo 19. Tho instructors will bo, for the first week, Profs. J. W. Zcller, of Findlay, and S. Thomas, of Ashland; for tho second week, Profs. S. D. Fcss, of Ada, and F. R. Dyor, of Salem. Thero will bo evening lectures tho first week on Tuesday evening, by Prof. Xeller, and on Thursday evonlng, by Prof.Thomas. The second wook, Tuesday ovening by Prof. Dyor and oa ThursJay evening, by Prof. Fcss. Daily program for tho first wcok, Aug. 8 to 12 : , .MDllM.Vil. S:.V) 0:110 Opening exercises. U :uc'.i ;:. Witlunetle, l'tuf. Zellcr .; 9::tt -:'") IHmuhmIoii 'J:IS UWO I'eiulhig, I'rof. Thomas loatu liusu Discussion 1(1:80-10:10 ltcces j , 10:10 11 :lo History. l'iof. Zellcr . 11:1,1 ll.'ii Dlwaii-Ion' ' 1125 li l'liyslology, l'ror, Thomas .M'rEiurronx 1:80 2.-0.1 A milled lVycliologyTTibf.''Zel!cF 2:11.1 2:1.1 Di-ciiN-iun . ii .i : 2:1.1 2.-&0 (Sriiiuiimr, l'rof. Thomas 2.-.V1 8.00 llifciivloii 8:00 n.-10Ilei ess :t.-10 8.-41 School Management. I'rof. Zcller :!.-i5-::.-.11 Dlaensslmi -1.-51 .-:KI--Ueogiup1i.v, l'rof. Thomas,' Dally program for sctond week; Aug. 15-19 : " ' ' MllltNINII S;."0 0.00 Opening Kxcrclws ' . ti.00 '.).-:r Ailtlimvtir. prof. Dyer; , , v :: '.'.- r- i iieusioii 0.-45-10.-.n Heading. I'rof. 1'esS 10:20 10-.10 Discussion 10.-80 10: 10 lleii-ss 10.-IIJ 11:1.1 (ieiigraphy, I'rof. Dyerv 1 1., . a 1,.1 .?,i:iis-.iiiii ll;2j 12 Physiology, l'rof. Yi AlTL-IIKOllN. , 1.-80 2.0.1 fliaiiimar. I'rof. Dyer 2:052:1.1 Dlsciiswlnti 2:1.1 2:.'i0 l'cycliology, l'iof, Kcss i-.'igJI.UO Discussion 8:10-8:10 lleeess 3:10 l; II School Management, llof. Dyer 8:4 1 il:.V I Hseiisslou 8.-.11 l.-so-ilUMory, l'ror. 1 aa ; On Monday evening, August 8th, thero will bo a social re-union at tho court house, to which all teachers, pu pils and eitizons aro cordially invited. Mayor Murphy will deliver tin address of welcome to which President W. F, Rtes will respond, utter which non O. T. Carson will deliver an address. ; f "Tlml (looil IHeillellio.' Mr. V. D. Cone, Attorney, Parker, South Dukotj, says: "I tuku pleasure in saying to tho public, us I have to my friends uttd acquslntances for the lust flvo years, that I consider Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlairlioea Kemudy tho best medlcinr for tlio purposes It is intended time I ever tried. Since I have used it I would not bo without it. I wau always subject to cholera morbus ami never found anything tho that gives the relief that tills remedy doo3. 1 never leave lomo without taking it With mo; nnd on many accasions hav) ran with ic to the relief of some i-ufferor and liavH never known it lo foil, My children always call for "that gool medicine," when they have a puiu in the stomach or bowels. For sale by A. It, OhampnoY . A Rcnily Itciily. Footo's ready reply to tho caution, "Your handkerchief, sir, is hanging out of your pocket," was of high morit, both from thu surprise aud for the cordiul way iu which tho caution was accepted, "Thank you, sir: yon kuow tho company j hotter than I do." UuLtlemun's Maga zine. J Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Wheu Baby was sick, wo gave tier Castoria. When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria, When sho became Miss, sbo clung to Castoria, When uhehad Children, sho gave them Castoria, '' ! -.'.