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Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 27, 1878, Fort Wayne, Indiana jettifttel* QlilUAL PAPÌtR OF CiTT AND OOVNXt fvbitoaUom Offlee-Neu) 8uUM Bvtidimp No. lOf CbMoiifi Sttêdf tbii Waifne,JB%d, TSBIU TO ^pBWEtBBBB. DaUyjOne ytar^......|6 00 | WeOdM, one 80 DaOv, Sim mmOu.... % 00 i WeMm, lim monOu... 78 Fort Wayne, Saturday, April 27. jdehocba.tic state ticket. Secretary of State-JOBN G. SHANKLHi. Auditor of 8tate-MAHL0N D. MANS^ Treaeuret of State-WILUAM FLEBDNa. Attorney Oeneral-T. W. WOOLLEN. Public Instruction-J. H. SMART. McCoskry refuses to speak. If he had refused to write he would be in a better situation. __ Jay Gould should have employed Ben Butler to adyocate the railroad funding bill in the house. It might have been defeated. __ WiLBtTR F. Storey has gone to Europe. What if McCoskry meets him on the other side I And Lydia Thompson is in England, too- The Gazette says that the value of property in Fort Wayne has declined about 50 percent in the last four years. It —«Ha that this shrinkage was the result of the republican financial policy. ______________ The Gazette complains that the St. Joe Biver is ignored in the harbor and river appropriation bill. VVe also observe that Spy Bun is not mentioned. It is comforting to remember that Mr. Hamilton voted against the bill. W. E, Chandler, of New Hampshire, says "it is only necessary for congress to pass 'a resolution declaring Mr. Tilden elected, and Mr. Hayes would have his baggage checked for Fremont before Til-den could leave Gramercy Park." Selkirk's confession of his connection with the Florida frauds is a valuable coni tribution. Mr. Selkirk bears with him a pleasant letter of recommendation from B. B. Hayes, and of course the organs cannot attack his character. He comes well (?) recommended. Richmond is a republican city, and the ofiBcers make neither monthly nor yearly reports, as required by law. The taxpayers can't find out how they stand be'-fore election, bat they do know that their taxes are increasing and expenses also. The democratic city of Fort Wnyne makes a rather different and more creditable showing._ CoxGKESs biis complied with the demand of the Indiana democracy for the repeal of the backrupt law. The Sentinel has opposed the present law because it placed a premium on dishonesty and fraud, and afforded opportunities for reg« isters, assignees and lawy< rs to unmerci^ fully fleece both debtors and creditors-We believe, however, that there is urgent demand for a uniform systiim of bankruptcy in this country, and thai demand will not long remain uiisalistied. A bankrupt law should be adopted which, while just to debtors, would close the door against fraud and dishoa«sty, and reduce the fees of registers, marshals, as signees, etc., to proper amounts. Such a law would prove a benefit; the law jufit repeale J has proved a curse. The Gaz'dtte quotes a paragraph from the Indianatjolis News in respect to the government of that city, comptimenting the administration of its municipal affairs in the highest terms. In reply we will gimply say: 1. The reason there are no cify orders afloat in Indiananapolis is because they have all been recently funded into bonds. We can easily wipe out our floating debt at any time in the same manner. 2. In order to efiect a reduction of the city taxes, which would never come vol-nntarily from the republicans in control, the legislature had to step in and limit the rate allowed to be assessed. 3. The statement that taxes are lower in Indianapolis than in Fort Wayne is not 80, while we are credibly informed that the appraisement there is much high« er in proportion. There ia no inducement for our citizens to remove to Indianapolis to secure cheaper or better local government, cotwith-standing the deacon. Cou\"cilman withebs s report as chair' man of the finance committee, seems to worry the deacon of the Gazette. The deacon atarted out a few day« opfo by talking about "rings" ar>d ''extravagance," etc., and has injured his religious character by making charges which he cannot substantiate. That is not right, and no well regulated deacon can indulge ia such things without detriment. Another thing that the deacon does is un. worthy of any man claiming to be or^ dinarily decent. He compares a state» ment of the debt in 1876, after all the taxes for the year had been paid, with a •tatement of the debt for 1878, before there had been any taxes paid to speak of. He doei this inteotionally, because we have already, in a courteous way, pointed out hia error, and he persists in it. By this means he figures out an increase of the debt of |30,000, when the fact is that in that time the decrease has been about $100,000. It is sufficient to say that no honorable maa would conduct a controversy ia that manner. begQD. The confessiona of HcLin and Dennis are corroborated bj lavideoe« both written and oral, which will be simply overwhelming.. It is noticeable too, that the details given by Archer were set forth in a letter from Florida, written by Mantón Marble, in December, 1876. It will also be remembered that Gen. Fran'» cis Barlow, a New York republican, went to Florida at the request of Grant and wrote back that Tilden had carried the state, giving the figures in support of his statements. It appears that Hayes has rewarded or attempted to reward every one of the dirty tools engaged in the consummation of the Louisiana and Florida infamies. By these acts he has made himself a sharer in their crimes, and his protestations of innocence are mere pitiful evasiocs. He and his supporters point with triumph to the elec> toral commission—a body formed to investigate the question, but which refused to do so. But the electoral commission deprived its powers from congress and certainly it cannot be superior to the author of its being. The house of representa! tives, on the 3d of March, 1877, placed on record, in a resolution, the fact that Tilden and Hendricks had been elected and that Hayes and Wheeler Uua nut Ucou. Tk»«> iliia tesoluilon is true, proof is accumulating daily. There is no reason now why congress should not give the case a thorough investigation which will show the infamy of Hayes and John Sherman and Noyes and Stanley Matthews and the rest of the gang so plainly that they will be hurried into welcome oblivion. We do not believe that any attempt should be made to eject Hayes by legal proceedings, because the supreme court would treat the subject as partisans, and, even if it decided that Tilden should be installed as president, trhe decree could not be enforced, if re« sisted. But we do delieve that daylight should be let in upon the Great Fraud in all its nakedness. McLin and Dennis have confessed ; Wells and Anderson and Casanave and Kenner will yet be heard from ; and who knows but that John Sherman and Stanley Matthews may be also driven to confess by their guilty consciences ? The fabric raised by fraud will soon topple and fall. ExcrclsluK^ iq Old Acre. At eighty years of age, a gentleman in New York city commenced trying to walk up the stairs of the Evening Pust build ing, and there are eleven flights of them, of which there are nine from the street to his office. Any of the elevator meu wili tell you that, when the elevator is at all full, off he will go cheerily up all the nine flights, seeminiily none the worse for it. Within a year hs also told the writer that he still continued dumbbell and club work before breakfast, daily, and gimply becaute it pays; and he is certainly still a wiry, active man, even though it is sixty two years since he wrote ''Thanatopsis." Palmerston, fox bunting when past eighty; Vanderbilt, no youngster, without groom or companion, urging his blooded trotters over Harlem lane at a slashing pace; Gladstone, at sixty-eight, felling Hawardon trees by the hour, auQ for the benefit the exercise brings—are but a few instances of what old men can do when they try. None oi these are more surprising than, in an intellectual field, tbe learning of German by Caleb Cushini-: after be bad passed «even-ty, or Thiers'o activity at nearly eighty, or, ia all ways, than Moses's doing the Ibrty years' best work in his lite after he had paased eighty, a^id yet with an eye not dim nor na'ural force abated. If some men, by oiling their joints daily—for, aa Maciaren says, ''they are oiled every time they are put in motion, and when they are put in motion only"—can keep tiioee joints from great and creaking and moving 8tiffl!y,even into a ripe old age,why may not others as well? And which of these things which man can, if he will, do so readily, cannot woman do as well ? It needs no money, very little time, 1 tile or no present strength. One thing only it does need, and that ia perseverance. One-third of the time often given to the piano will more than suffice. One less study a day of those which are to-day overtaxing so many school-girls, and instead judicious, vigorous, out-door exercise aimed directly at the weak muscles, and taken as regularly as one's breakfast, and is there any doubt which will pay the better, and make the gii-l the happier, the fitter for ail her duties, and the more attractive as well ? We trust that the day is not far off when no boy or girl will be sent to school where care ia not taken to develop vigorous, healthy, bodies, and when that vigor and health will be the rule and not the exception among men aud women alike, and m every walk in life.— iFm. Blaikie, in Harper's Maga^ z) ne for May. Greenbackers Klckinur Affainat the Sratlonslii. The Waterloo (Ind.) Greenback Club, at a late meeting, passed the following resolution : Resolved, that we denounce and repudiate the action of the Toledo convention as an attempt to make merchandise ot all honest greenbackers to the end that the personal ambition and selfish trickery of the office adventurers and dirt eating hir lings of the money bags may secure to them some present good ere they are forgotten or remembered only to be hated and execrated. Tbk confessions of the Florida con'» spiraton are having a wonderful effect npon the repablican leaders and the re-poblicAn organs. The Chicago Inter^ Ocean says these developments "will em5 barrass the party in the approaching eam{Wi|^o, and will afford efective mate' rial for the democirats," Bat tht tiwabl* IfM bnk joit A Horrible Silory. A special from South Bend, Ind., to the Cincinnati Enquirer, under date of April 24, says : "An ugly story is in circulation here regarding Mrs. Westbrook, of Lagrange, Ind., who came to this city last winter, it is said, to procure a divorce. While here she had a iover, and recently she gave birth to a dead child, which she kept in her room wrapped in a roll of car pet several day-, when she and her lover built up a hot fire and cremated it, after which the lover immediately left for Grand Rapids, she following some days afterwar/ls. The particulars of this crime were only made known to day." Danced In Her Sbroad. Special to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Richmond, Va., April 25.—Several months ago Mrs. Marion Hillitz, a highly respectable and wealthy German Iady,wa8 taken ill, and, in order to receive proper nursing and treatment, w^s removed to the Hospital of the Little Sisters of the Poor, in the western part of the eity. Sh^ was very popolar with the inmates of that iostitatioa, and dnriog her stay made manjr friends. ' Alioii two w«eiir since Ifie. HflHtt, who luftd |>eea in bad hesMi, gMw and« dealy qaite ill. Dariog \mt illneit the received every attention from the good Sisters, and sdl that medical aid eonld do to alleviate her suffering waa done. Sh^ grew worse, however, and some of the physicians ccme to the eonclasion that she could not live much longer. Last Saturday night she died and was laid out Sunday night. The body was, according to the custom, shrouded and laid ont in the parlor of the institution. The good Sisters, who had watched by her bedside-so faithfully, were gathered by the side of the corpse at midoight, when the clock struck twelve. The Sisters did not grow weary in their faithful watch over the dead Sister. Suddenly, as they looked upon her face still in death the sunken eyes appeared to flash, the blood came back to the faded cheek, and, as though imbued with supers human energy, the dead body rose up from its resting place, which was draped with black pall, emblt^matic of mourning, and spoke to the affrighted watchers, say ing, "I am not dead yet, but I will die." The old lady then danced around the room, sang and shouted in a loud and ringing voice. The inmates of the hospi» tal were thunderstruck and paralyzed. As soon as the nurses recovered from their fright, they placed the old lady in bed, where she lingered until about 9 o'clock, when she again apparently died. The affair has created the most intense ex» citement, and to day thousauds of persons viaitfld thH hospital. was he r£si7s€itated 7 Teek Brassell, Handed Marcb 27tb, aa Cookevlile, Tenn., Bronipbt Back to £.lfe. Special Correspondence Chicago Tribune. Nashville, Teun., April 23.—A startling story comes to Nashville from Putnam county, as a sequel to the late hanging of the Brassell brothers, near Cookeville, on the 27th of March. A large number of the people of Putnan and Smith counties are of the firm belief that Teek Brassell, the younger and more hardened criminal of the two, has eluded the cold clutches of the grave the law had sought to impose upon him, by resusi itation at the hands of his family, after execution. It will be remembered that, at the time the prisoners were carried to Cookeville, it was predicted, and pertinaciously believed, that they would never be permitted to suffer the horrors of the gallows, but that, at the last moment, armed men would spring up from every bush and behind every tree, seize the criminals, and fly with them to the mountains, where they would snap their fingers at the law and say. in substance, "Catch me, if you can 1" The large assemblage of people gathered to wituess the execution exhibited the interest the case had excited. The father of the boys was interviewed, and expressed the opinion that his boys were entirely innocent, and it was a ''put up job" on them that resulted in conviction and execution. He did not attend the last sad scene that, it was supposed, ended all for his sons, but left the duty of brioiiing the bodies of the dead men to his houi^e to a sou and daughter, who were present for the purpose. They could not realize the fact that, a brief struggle in the air could not end all for the boys, but entertained hopes that life could be restored even after it was thought that ail was over. With this view, as soon as the bodies were given into the charge of the brother and sister, the fatal nooses were examined, and the one on Teek's neck removed — some strange oversiijht causing them to overlook and fuil to unfasten that on the neck of.fosi'ph. In halfac bourthay arrived at their father's house, and then, for the first time, discovered t he fatal misiake. For Joseph all was in-deeii over, and the eiTort.s made to resu-citate him resulted in iailure. With Teck, so the report ^'Oes, they were more succtissful. They rolled his body on the floor, hiew breath into his mouth, .spriukied l-.artsboru and camphor into bis nostrils, and at last were rewarded with signs oflife. For hours the erstwhiledeai man remained in a stale bordering on life and death,—it being difficult to tell which way the scale would turn. Life finally triumphed, so ihe country, lolks say, aud now Tce'i roams the c ountry round, a tree man,—one who La^ jiaid the extreme penalty of tbe law, »nd yet who lives, a monument to its soitetime lack of eiiiciency. They say thit no one itas ever seen ieek hut the favoreu few who swore eternal, but wlio, it seems, have "leaked" in tome manner. Teek Inhabits the "desert wild," so to sp ak, living in the moun» tain fastnesses, and never going into the populous districtj where Le would be likely to be kuowa. S he Crisis. What thiük you would be the result if the earth should stop spinning around the sun? Were you ever tiear a large and intricate machine when o»e of its wheels became clogged or broken—near enough to hei.r the grating, jarring c'ash, the sudden deafening crash ? Astronomers assure us that precisely similar effects, only on an inconceivably grander scale, would be produced if our earth—one of the wheels in the universe-machine— should suddenly c^ase its revolutions. In other words, there would be a general clash and crash of satellites, planets and systems. What we term financial crises are due to similar causes. One of the wheels in the fit^ance machine be» comes clogged, perhaps shattered. The terrible Wall street '"crash" which follows is communicated to every part of thn financial mechanism of the country. But analogies do not stop here. There is that other mechanism, the most intricate of all—sometimes called an organism because it generates its own forces —the human machine. When one of its members iails to perform its office, the whole system is thrown into disorder. Members before conaidere;^ unassailable, break down under the unnatural pressure. The shock comes, and utter prostration is the result. Reparation can only be effected by the restoration of the impaired parts, and the n-adjustment of its levers—the physical forces. There is one part of the machine more liable to disorder than any other, Jhe liver, the great balance wheel of the machine. , The liver being the great depurating or blood-cleansing organ of the system, set it at work and the foul corruptions which gender in the blood and rot out, as it were, the machinery of life, aro gradually expelled from the system. For this pur. pose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, used daily, and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets, taken in very small doses, are preeminently the articles needed. They cure every kind of humor from the worst scrofu»-la to the common pimple, blotch, or eruption. Great eating ulcers kindly heal under their mighty curative influence. Violent blood poisons that lurk in the system are by th«m robbed of their terrors and by their persevering and somewhst protracted use the most tainted systems may be completely renovated and built up anew. Enlarged glands, tumors and swellings dwindle away and disap> pear under the influence of these great resolvents. Wells' Parisian pei TAG" it rich and fragrant by Dreier ft Bro. "HACKMB-Tryit. Sold A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY. 30 Years a Phytioian. 12 Years a Suf-ferer. Tried Regular Remedies. Tried Patent Medicines. Permanently cured by SANFORD'S mmi CURE. M ESSBS. WEEKS & POTTER, — Sirs: I tasva practised medicine for thirty year«, snd hav« (been a »ufferer myaelf fop twelve year» with Ci^ •tarrhio the DasalpMsafes.faacea and larynx. I aiavo Twed everything Inthe materia medi^wMh-out any pennanent relief,nntil finally I waa Induced to try a patent medicine (aomethlag that we alio-PBtlilBts are very loth to do). I tried -—— and diveri others until I «ot hold of your». I followed the directions to the letter, and ^ ^"»EPy have had a permanent cure. Your KApiCAL CUBE is certainly a happy combination for tba cure of that moat nnpleasant and dangerous of disease*. Tour«, respectftally. _ D. W. GBAT.M.D., ^ Of Dr. D. "W. Gray A Son, PhysiciaDa and Druggisto. Muscatine, lows. muflcaturx, Iowa, March Z7. ISTi. The value of this remedy must not be orerlooksd In the cure of thoseSYMPATHETIC DISEASES, Affections of the Eye, Ear, Throat, Lungs and Bronchial Tubes which in many cases accompany a severe case of Catarrh. The inflamed and diseased condition of the mucoua membrane Is the cannot be reasonably expccted. _____ It ÍR but three years since SAÎTFGRD'S KADT- CAL CUKE was placed before the public, but, in that short time It has found its way from Maine to Catifornla, and is everywhere acknowledged by drugKlsts and physicians to be the moat succesBful preparation for the thorough treatmt-nt of Catarrh ever compounded. The fact will be deemed ol more importanco when It Is coupled with the statement that within Ave year« over 250 different remedies for Catarrh have been placed on sale, and to-day, with one or two exceptions, th«'lr names cannot be recalled by the best-informed druggist. Advertising may succeed in forcing a few sales, but. unless the remedy poiBess undoubted specific medical properties, it la absolutely certain to fall into merited obacurity. Each package of SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE contains Dr. Banford's Icproved Inhaling Tube, with full directions for Its use in all eases. Price tl.OO. Bold by all wholesals and retail drugKists and dpalers throuRhout thé Uclted States andCanadas. WEEKS & POTTER. Geteral Agents and Whole sale Druggists, Boston, Mass. COLLINS'VOLTAIC PLASTER IS SIMPLY WONDERFUL. KrwGsroir, Mnnr.,) April 20,18T7. S I consider Collins' VoltaiO Plaster the best plaster I ever •aw, and am recommending tbem to all. C. McMorbow. Hcme. 111., > April 18,1877.$ It has done mj boy more good than all other medicines. U« now goes to Bchool, for the first timeln three ypars. eliza jAKS drftielo. ejima. iii., | April i. 1877. \ Ililcetheonclgotwell. Ther are the bc^t plasters, no doubW In the world. B. L.McGilIm. Asn Grove. Mo., > March 22.18T7. f Accept my I hanks for the good cicrivpil from the two Coi/. unr' Plasteiw sent me somo time ago. W. C. Moomt.COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTER for local pains, lamcnfss, soreness, weakness, ndinlitK-s.'), and inflniiiniation of the lungs, liver, kidneys, spleen, bowel», bladder, heart, and mus des, is equal to an army of doctors and acres ul plants aud shrubs. I*rice, 35 cc^nts. , Sold by all WltolcFn'e and Retail DrnfiRlsti thro\i)fIiout t!u' United fctates und Canudas, and by WEEKP & POTTEU. rn.prii tors, Boston. Mass.Extra Bargain -IN- .320 Acres rin«» Fariniiis; l^and for Knl<>, situated in the lori 1« ;iii;l bcautifu! Ne-o.^ho Valley, SoulliiViisteni Kiiu^ii.-«, only twonnd a half mi Cfl i'ruiii ili» viirsouri. Kit-ne-n arxl Texas Railway, near Altica, in ("nH 'e ("ouuiy,—tiie best pan of Kansas. v\ ill exclnuig:^ !<ir or farm propeity, and 'uij^ht pay n'lue cusli vt assume a light encuiDbrance a diilereucc iu tiio trade. Apply toISAAC D'ISAY, 20 West Bdrry Street.LIDIES UNDERWEAR Made to order in theMost Approved Styles. I Have a Lady Thoroughly Posted —IN— CUTTING, TRIMMING AND MAKING. THE BESl OF GOODS USED. GUARANTEE PITS.FOWLER, 601-2 Calhoun St. ^ HATTERSLEY,' PLÜMBER, Qas and Steam Fitter, And d^aloi inSas Fixtures, Main St East of Clinton, I ORT WAYNE. ISLOS ASD LEAD PIPS. L{/i and Force Pump», Sheet Lead, Bath Tubs, Wokli. 2:a/iZs, Rubber Hose:". OldgMflxt«ur«x«KlU,l»Olia0dA>d n^e^yl iiifs m Till nrii! THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY YOUR! PAINTS, 03XS, WHITE LEAD, Varnishes, Turpentine, Putty, Wall Paper, Decorations, etc., Main Depot for French Plate and American WINDOW CLASS, Also Contractors for all kinds of Painting, Frescoing, Kaisomining, GLAZING, PAPER HANGING, Etc. FORT WAYNE PAINT AND PAINTING CO., 73 AND 75 CALHOUN STREET, UISCELLANBOnS. II" mericai Mercantile Udio INGORFOMTED A. D. 1876, Capital St^, $25,000. HOMEOFFIfpOlüMBÜS.O. Mtrcantile Informatinn Jurnished in the interest of the lietail Trade. CollectlouN Promptly AtlenUed to. Accounts not paid will be Advertised ior 8 tlo. WARREN H. WITHERS 44 rallionn ^itrcrt. Attorrev and Local Manager. To the Public. STILL IN THE FIELD m fel.'¿Nif>iii a week in xour o»rn town. S5 Outflt frec. No ri=k. R' :i'ìer. if you want n business at which personsof eit:;er I 3(>x cau mane creat pay ali the timo 1 tlioy work write for purticuiars to li. IIallett & Co., Portland, Me. USE DREIER'S Baking Powder! It is warranted s rictly ])ure. It ia stton^er than any other. It is made fr«'sh every day. Ilia the cheapest, 25 cents per pound Sold by IkRKIKK dc RK<»., Corner Calhoun and Cohinibia streets. nibl9d6rn w Ihe old-established and always reliable firm of W. Jacobs & Son, wo. 17 CAT not?» ST ¡a F. FT, With îi lar(;c »111 cou^pl'^te stock of Wiiich they are ofierin? for Cash at ' Extraordinary BargairiS. Jt^-'Wo Invite tbe ntti ntion nt the i>iiblic too; r splendid assorinii'nt ot nnd to our reiuark- ablv ion pncHb W. .j.i.OOHS ir SOoi, S-l-l-TTil 17 ralliotin -tri^pf. MEEUAL. > Ì&ÌH I-I ^ Owgsgs-C fT = o ^íUií Hílilla' I business you can encage in. $5 to $20 per day inpde by any worker ol either sex, right In their own localitiea. Particulars and Baiaples worih f5 free. Improve your spare time at this business. Address tSxrNSON A Co., Portland, Maine. Ib28d6ta H. W. Mordliurst, DRUGGIST, Southwest Corner of Calboiiii and Berry ¡¿traetB. A:1 uil Stock of PERFUMERY, DRUGS, MEOlOiNES, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, DRUGGISTS' NOTiONS, n<i K very I liiniir 1:« Hie J^in«, at tbe I^oneMt I'rices. fjive Ilini a -'¿7.(1TREES! The Largest Assortment of ChoiceFruit, Ornamental, Duciduous, and Evergreen Trees, -AND- SHRUBBERY, All iresh dug, over seen in the City of For Wayne, is thts day being opened out on the Tacant lotCorner of Calboun and Washington Streets. Go and see the Shododendroni, the Yuccas, the handsome Evergreen trees, the nice Ornamental trees, the ch 'ice Kruit trees, the pretty Bhrut)bery, and the beautilul design of a Cemetery Lot, such as you may never again have an opportunity of sreing in this city. irom now till th« first ot June 18 the tii le to plant evergreen trees. When planted earlier than this they seldom do well. : hia is the best ch»nce jou bave ever had to get good, nice, hardy tree , etc. Remember the place. ALL AUK INVIT. D TO CALL. You will be courteourtly treated —ap22tf PiiiBiai MA Gari. Tlx -e Ct icbrated Hotel Dining Oars are now running re;,'ularly between Chicago and Omaha ou the Ca'iforula Exprens trains of the Cuicaoo ASD Koi'.THWKSTKaN K.MIAVAY. West bour.d, they leave Oiitn^'i daij3r^_eseept ^fTif tl'.ini ¡Sunday ) trom the Wellsstreet depot, at 10::i0 a. m., bound.they leave the Transfer depot opposite Omaha, at 5:15 p. m.,daijy, except Saturd ;iy, (and every, third Saturday) and reach Chicago next afternoon. No ether road west of Chicago runs these celebra-UhJ Pullman Hotel Cars orany jorni ot Hotel Carp N 0 T I C E . Htate of Indi'na, Allen county, ss. Allen Circuit Court, April term. 1878. .Vlary H. Virgil > vs. ^DiTorce, Altnon K.Virgil.3 It appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk of said court, by the affidavit of a disinterested person, thatsaid defendant, Almon K. Virgil, is not a resident of the state of Indiana, and that a cause action exists against said defendant in favor of said plaintitl for a divorce and a f etition to change her name to 3iary H. Mendenhall. Notice is therefore hereby gi'^en the said non-r sident defendant of the filing and pendency of ^aid complaint and petition, and that unless he app ar before the judue of said court on the 20ih day of May, 187B, and answer or demur thereto, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Attest— F. H. WOLKE, Clerk. Ninde A Ellison, attorneys for plaintiff. March 27, 1878.—daw3w THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY GRAV'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE TRADE MARift Is es ecially "ÍÍADE Me.RK. r»romi!u-n'Jed as an u u ! ailing cur" for .-emin-al Wealcness, S|ieriiiatorrh a, Iu)potency, and and ¡ill rhedis-eBse-triat follnw " ■ • 3> q lenCt-On ' -^ri^KJ^ Oi»^ ßeiore; as a^, » I OK'-Ot.Memory, XliU]® U^'i •crsii'. Lítím'ki ,c'. Paii; iu tii'- B^ck. r>iiiine?so Vitioii. 1 rt Iii .iurf Ol.i yXKf', an 1 tii. ny other dis-e;"^!'» th t li-;-il Ti) Iiisun tv. m-tirrp ion and a Preiiia; lire iinivr*, i-Ii oí wlrcn as a ruie are tirst OH{i-<(i liy lU'viati.g (rom ih» pafh of ua n-e and ov r i: duL'f! ce. ¡he >ppc fi. Medicine isthere-siilr I.t li!,' s' ¡511.! m i: y veara of experiencd in ffaiiiig ( iai lii-c ses. ^u I [.a i.inlrirs in i-ur piimphlets, which we des ¡- • to M iiti 1 retí !,v iniiii ii. i very one. i!',.' Sil (iti;: M-diciíie s sol i l.y ul' druggists at c r sir. p-ck.ig.-i f:)r iö, or wili be ill by 11) .ii on recetj^t the moiiey bv addrcsa-iny '' HE ÜKAY M iMCINIC CO., No. 1.1 M. fbniiio' r¡. . k. l.Tcoit, Mifh. Sold in l-ori \\':i\ne wli..|i sa'e and retail by Oni. r A Uro, find ."^edioedor .t Bro,, and by «11 drujgi>ts everyiifre. nih:2dawly Madison Dispensary ilOlSo. Clark St. €hicago^ HU DM. €'. B IGE LOW, Who hüs ben cncagcd in the trentmfnt ol al! SEXU -.L an,ití!i;0.VlCDÍ5Ca5Csin Cb» cago for twentv years. AHmercurta.'affctioi^ of Ue thicai, tJini or bones, trrated on laWat ;?cicr!tiijc principles ia half ibe u.-iinl lime, ^safr iv. and i riv:i;. ÍT. SFKRV AT OKlíUCEA. _ .'íi.XüAL.DKUlUt í and lAil'üTEXCY. M tlie result nf s'lf-fthu-e or sc\ii:il cxccsscs in maturer years r»ni1erÍL? MARRIaGK l^fPlU)PER. aro pernianeTTlTy cured. Pamphlet (:!G p ize^) relating to the above, ¿em io seolcd envel-Cf "3, f-^rtivoli-cent s .imps. r..n-uUatioQ at otF.ce or by m»il ^e^ Itof.ras separate for Indies niid gi ntieinen. finest hi city. MARÍIIAG3 G-UIDET ore SFXfAI, PATHOLOGY. A work of JiX) l!ivt;o fized pnges, coaUfaiDK all informafion for those »ho arc or iONTl;.'«n,.4Tl.\n MAKiU.U.E. ILLC8-Ti'.iTIXi everything on the sutjoct of th» <;£..\F.rkATIVE SYSTEM tent isnorth know-ins, and m'ji-h that ii not p'lblijhed in any other work. J-UIt K Hi TY CENTS,SEt tBS ~ p.Y .1I.4IU Anr>i{:>8 ."nAUifO-N díspek. A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage! ^ A Guide to Wedlock «nd ; or.fidfiitial Treatise on th» ilutics of marriase aii«! the causes that unfit tor it; the < rets of Reproduction and line Diseaaea of Women. A book for priv*te, consid« |e ate readin«. SUU pase«, pric« .„A PRIVATE MEDIcJiL ADVISER! on «II disorders ot a Private Nature arising trom Self Abuse, Excesses, or Secret Bisenscs, viUt the beU »leans of eiir-s 2:i4 !nr?o paL'es. p'-iceOU cts. A ClilNICAIi LECTtfRE o i the atiovc disease« and those of the Throatand iunga, Catarrh^uptura. the Opium Habit,&c., price lu ct?, titherbook sent postpaidon ípceípt of price; oranthn^ COntaininK.OOOpaeeF, bf-aiitifully iiiiistnitetl, tor 75 cts. ákSiúKM DK. BUI"! b. N.>. 12 N. Sth SL St. IiOum. If«. SECRETS r^ol Koeipirs. Sent seenr. ;y feBl. d ),.r 50 rents. Address iJU. ÍJ. A. lloiIANii AN. liiJ N. Fiith Street, bt, Louis, Mo- A Book ofncarly »JO pa-^es ill plain laiisuui^c ; iiinicrous t'iigravini;s ; re-?iiils secrets which the iiiiin-.ed anil those contemplati nsmarriape should know 1I.)W tocurc tiiteases. Iliind-eelcil )i>r 50 rents. AddGRAND HOTEL Indianapolis, Ind. The many fjiends and patrons of this well-kuowu hotel will bo pleased to learn that MR. CEO. F. PFINCST has recently assumed the proprietorship, and appointed COL. T. BAEEB, MANAGER. The hotel hag recently been re-fitted and re-iurniBhed, and is now in batter condition than ever before. When you next visit Indianapolis do not faii to avail pourself of the comforts of the "Grand," td« only hotel in that eiiy with PASSENGER ELEVAlOB and all modern im-proTementa. Rates will be 93.00, 92.50 and •2.00 per day, according to location of roomi. »plSdeodSm book: BII^NC. THE FORT WAYNE Sentinel Bindery mi Hsm C^r. Franklin &\7r.shington . ; Streets, Chicajo, His. Chartered oy the State for the purpose of giving the best treatment in all cases of PiiiVATK ai.d CiinoMcDis-. eases in all their v:iried and complicated forms. It ia -(vcll known by most personsia thecitv, DE. JAMES, hasstooJ at the heaii of the proiessi'^ti for the past 2-1 Vfars. .Arb and exporieuce is all iinpur-tact in the ftirrcs'^ful trpaitucnt of Syphilis in all forms. G'jtioirhcc.i, gleet, stricture, can positively bo cured in tbo shortest p.->.';-ibie time, iicminai woakiie«:«, emissions of SPTiion at night, caused l)y self-abuse, wiiich proiluco impotency, jiitiiplc:? on tlie, aiso cau bo cured by tbc best known rf'mrdy in the ivorid. A bni/k for the million. MAKKiA(ii;Guini£, which tells you all abiiut t Mrfeasos, nmrri.igo, love, au<l their c.iiisnqiir;^^ , froe in otru e. or 10 cents to prepay p .-m. ulios requirltiic ibo mos' <1c1-icate alU-.ii r.i;-! b-if!], ntty ca'.l or II biiai j -s-irii ;!y f. :i";tial. h.i3 iiU ro.-ii'« -n;ljpr.ri.jrs. Iti cailiaff no one but ..i'- Joc..,!',^Office hours: § til 7 p. m. Suiidaya 101„ i-j. Consulta-ays FRsa and invit. Call or write. DOWN WITH Him PRICES! GHICAGO SCALE CO.. 68 A- TO W. Monro« Nt., Chicago, 111 Is ouo of tbe Most Complete Establishments In the West. Blank Books A Specialty. Old Books and Magazines Rebound AND HADE E<11JAI< £0 NEW. PRICES REASONABLE Call and Sxamine. 4 TON FAY, Stock or Cotton SCALES. $60. Other sizfs Hcales, beams, Ac., at a great reduction. All scales W»rraute«I. Send for Circular aud Price List. jao2<d4wlOm cau make money fester at work for us than at anything else. Capital not required; wo will sta't you. |12 per day at home made by the industrious. Men, women, boys aad girli wanted everywhere to work for us. Now ia the time. Costl-^ outfit and terms free. Address Trcr & Co., liufirusta, Maine. feb28d6m EORGE TRÇNAM, ARCHITECT. IjTotfice removed to IW Weet Main street. Ko t Wayua, Indiana, - / ;