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Thnndaj, Feb. C, 187W.
J. W. HOUGHTON, X.H.HOUQHTOS.
For twenty year the Birdsell monopo
ly ha nude an ennui profit of $87,000
end prevented other end better clover
hallere from prospering. Bat Ashland
hee fought the extension of this patent
end won, end now the Ashland Machine
Company propose to make something
themselves and save a good deal to the
agricultural community, and all
land is happy.
Among 794 Inmates of the Woman's
Beformatory Prison in Uses., only 43
had eren a little knowledge of the ele
mentary branches of education. The
first step toward reform is a rigid en
forcement of personal cleanliness, and it
is the testimony of the managers that as
soon as pure and neat habits are estab
lished there is steady progress in virtue
and moral stability.
Akron claims to have the largest es
tablishment in the world for the exclu
sive manufacture of mowing and reaping-machine
knives and sickles. It used
to take f 300,000 a year in gold to pay
for English steel to make them of . Now
Pittsburgh or American steel is used and
the knives are of inch superior quality
tht they successfully compete with
English makes and have large sales
Yesterday and to-day the Pennsylva
nia Dairymen's association meets at
Mead-rill e. The Chagrin Falls Exponent
urges dairymen to insist that only full
cream cheese shall be made; that such a
quality shall be pnt in' the market as
shall make every family cheese-hongry
again, and that the spring make shall
not begin before May, so that the old
stock shall be cleared from the market
and well out of the way of the new and
For plain, practical poetry, with no
nonsense of imaglnstion.or ambiguity of
meaning, the following which we find in
the last number of the Cleveland Voice,
beats anything ever sent to this office:
"His languishing head la at rest,
Its thinking and aching is o'er.
His quiet, immovable breast,
- Is heaved by affliction ao more.
His heart is ao longer the seat
. Of trouble aad torturing pain.
It ceases to flatter aod beat
It neTer will flutter again."
If the elderly subject whose death in
spired this muse had any poetical in
stinct, not least among the afflictions he
escaped was that of reading (is own
Auditor of State.
The following copy of a communica
tion recently published in the Cincinnati
Gazette, la from the pen of Hon. John
M. Millikin. late Treasurer of Bute.
Major Millikin "speaks whereof he
knows," not merely from long personal
acquaintance but the Intimate official in
tercourse subsisting between the two de
partments of the State Government, that
of Auditor and Treasurer, and it Is safe
to say that no handsomer endorsement, or
better deserved, can be made of any
man named in this connection than the
tribute which the Major pays to Dr. Bab
bitt, whom he has known intimately in
every connection for more than twenty
To tke Idltor 1 the Clnctnaatl Gazette:
The office of Auditor of Btate is one of the
greatest Importance to all classes of our cop
ulation. His duties are not only numerous
bat intricate, sever ending and exacting.
Everrthlnr connected with the entire ab
ject of taxation, and the other floancial inter
ests of the State, necessarily come under the
Immediate supervision of the State Auditor.
He should therefore possess a good share
of sound sense, a discriminating Judgement,
ability to comprehend and to conduct intri
cate financial operations, a high character
for integrity, and great industry in the dis
charge of official duties. With there Qual
ifications he may with some confidence enter
upon the discharge of the duties of aa office
which requires more ability and more practi
cal experience than any other office connect
ed with the Executive Department of our
I understand that the present Auditor will
not seek a renomination. Of him whether a
candidate or not, I wish to speak whereof 1
know. He ia an officer of great excellence
and of decided ability. In the discharge of
his official duties, partisan as he Is, 1 am
sure that his decided political convictions
never interfered with never swerved him
from an honest, faithful, decision. I have
never known a man more scrupulously care
ful to do Justice to all parties in the dis
charge of the many delicate and difficult
questions be was called upon to decide.
The na:ne of Dr. Henrv 8. Babbitt has
been suggested as the successor of Dr. Will
iams. M.. Babbitt has been Chief Clerk in
the office for several years. He Is a man of
Intellect, of culture, and of experience in
general business affairs, aa well as In the dis
charge of tbe multitudinous duties of the
Auditors office. He possesses the requisites
which I hsve named aa being indispensable
to make an Auditor of State. With a charac
ter unimpeaebed, and with rare-qnalifii
tioas for the position named, he is deserving
and I trust will receive the earnest support
of the Republicans of Ohio for the office of
Auditor of SUte. M.
From conversation with Hon. 8. 8.
Warner, who when Btate Treasurer had
a long and intimate acquaintance with
Dr. Babbitt, we are able to say that the
above statements have his most cordial
and hearty indorsement. It would seem
to us that from his long and faithful ser
vice as a subordinate in that office,
he would be just the man for the place
and that to advance him now would on
ly be in accordance with the principle of
Civil Service reform.
The Central New York Cheese
Utica and Little Falls, 17. T., are the
great centers of the dairying interests
in Central Mew York, and 'as tbe sea-
son'of cheese selling closed Dec. 9, the
vesr's products are now counted. At
Utica, the total sales were 333,535 boxes
of 60 pounds eacli.or 19,353,100 pounds
June yielded 55,000 boxes, nearly doub
le of 29,000 of May, but July with 65,-
000 was the maximum month. To show
the fluctuations we give the months and
the thousands of boxes each yielded
April 6.000; May 29,000; June 55,000
July 65,000; , August 43,000; Septem
ber 51,000; October 30,000; November,
31,000: two weeks of December 3,000.
The value of the 19,353,100 pounds of
cheese was $1,686 822,the average price
being $ 08717 per pound. A compart
son with last year's Utica sales shows
that this year the average price is about
25 per cent., and more than three cents
a pound below the price of cheese in
1877; but tikis Is the interesting feature,
the yield has been so much greater ,that
in spite of the heavy fall, the total
price has been greater. The 1877 cheese
brought $1,429,091. That o( 1878
brought 1,680,932 a gain of f246,831,or
a quarter of a million for 1878. . At Lit
tle Falls the increase of pounds was
not so great, and the quality of cheese
nut so goo J, so that, though the sales of
1878 there were 181,618 boxes, against
308,847 for 1877, the net result was
$1,481,017, against $1,431,013 or $50,
000 In favor of 1877. At the two placta
this year, the sales were about 604,000
boxes of CO pounds, or 36,000,000 Bs.
They brought $3,117,936. The past year
as respects cheese, just as with respect
to grain and other farm produce, was
an mirabilit. The season opened
nnprecedentedly early. New cheese
was sold at Little Falls, April 8tb and
at Utica, April 13th. Previous to 1878
the sale of cheese April 18, 1875 was re
garded as the wonderfully early date.
In 1878 pasturage began very early.
Thl, by the way, calls to mind that the
winter of 1877-8 was an open winter,
and that, the year around,the oldest In
habitants were bnsy describing each
season as unnatural, and yet the result
has been the nnt recedented yield of
nature. The pasturage In 1878 was so
excellent, the cheese yield was great.
Little by little the price of the best
cream cheeses dropped until it went
from UX cents, at the April opening,to
7 cents in July; the drought in the
early part of July reduced the milk
yield 10 to 35 per cent., until the mois
ture of the latter part of the month so
stimulated the grass as to give a yield
which atoned for the previous decline.
The July shrinkage shows In the Au
gust sales. American Dairyman.
Canon City, Col.
Estkxfkiss. When a person leaves
his home In the East and emigrates to
the far West in search of fortune and
becomes absorbed In business and la
boring hard to acquire the boon he so
much desires, he lu a great measure
forgets his old associations, and the
home of his chlldhcod.yet there remains
within.iu a latent form, tbe germ which
needs but a very small breeeze to fan
it Into a flame and draw out all the
incidents connected with his former
borne and associations so vividly that
he would hug a dog if he was sure that
he came from that sacred locality. A
short time ago I saw a wagon on the
street which was so much different
from the numerous others that stood
around it that It particularly drew my
attention. In general make-up it was
like the giant oak (not In size but lu
symmetry; among a lot or crooked
knotty shrubs. It seemed so natural to
me that I Instinctively walked around
to tbe rear of it and there upen the end-
board I read
"E. S. Tripp,
" Wellington, .
It was too much. I I yes, I believe
I hugged that wagon, and If there had
been a spot on it which looked as
though the mules bad not slobbeted on
it, I believe I would have kissed it for
old association's sake. Many of your
readers will, no doubt, think this a
weakness, but to such I will say try it
on and see for yourselves. I bad a cu
riosity to see the owner of that wagon,
aud waited until he came around, when
I asked him about one hundred ques
tions Yankee-like in less time than it
takes to write It. I ascertained that he
was as proud of his property as I was
of being a resident of the sacred spot
from whence it came. When the driver
mounted his seat and started his team,
the rattle of that wagon jingled like a
twenty dollar gold piece upon a marble
slab, and it appeared to say : "I hsve
traversed one twentieth part of the
earth's circumference, and with proper
treatment I am rood for the balance."
If old tin cans were legal tender, Col
orado would be rich. She could afford
to pay tbe National debt, build all the
charitable institutions in the land, edu
cate and send a missionary to every five
iiurly headed heathen on the continent
of Africa, and then have enough left to
give every man, woman and child In
the state a competency sufficient to keep
them In grand style during their natur
al life. They are piled np In the alleys
scattered around on the streets, lying
in heaps on vacant lots, and around
camDlnir-grounds, until the whole
country is fairly pared with them. You
will be awakened out of a sound sleep
in tbe middle of the night with acbing-
ting-rip-she-bang-and make up your
mind that a whole second-class tin-shop
Is being hurled at you, but upon making
an examination you find that some re
fractory mule has broken from his fas
tenings and In hunting for some dainty
sage brush had run Into a pile of old
If yon happen to be up town of an
evening and are detained until after
dark, and in your hurry to get home
tako a short cut down an alley, clatter
bang-chinck-ker-chug you find your
self floundering in a pile of old tin cans,
You release yourself and get out where
you think you have free sailing, when
thump-whir-r-r-r-r-r the toe oi your
brogan comes in contact with an old tin
cau and sends it rolling off in front of
you to meet with the same late a second
time. J. S. Bowlbt
The entertainment at the Union
Church Wednesday and Thursday even-Ino-a
last was a success. Receipts were
Joe Crawford and Candiss Krebbs were
married Sunday evening. Xto parties.
The Dramatic Club volunteered an
entertainment Friday evoning for organ
benefit. Only one church member was
present. The money was refunded, and
the audience of 23 dismissed.
The R. K. Cj. have been extending
their aide-tracks greatly Increasing the
H. J. ttavder has returned to the em
ploy of D. Lowrie & Son. This was ne
cessitated by the dissatisfaction of their
patrons with the miLUr employed during
, T. W. Simpson of Albion, N. Y., is in
town representing the utility oi tne ,u
reka Washer Cutter. II. A. M.
Stern winter no longer holds his scep
tre of authority so visible, but has yield'
ed his sway to a gentler form whose vir
tues are not meekness and temperance,
but sunshine and mud.
Our neighbor, Mr. Henry Howard is
the first to open an attack on the sugar
There seems to be a disposition on the
part of some to subvert their own inter
est in the matter of education. The
teacher of District No. 5, working for
the Improvement of his pupils, desired
them to make a practical use of snei'iog
writing, etc., by applying them to letter
writing. All were required to make a
preliminary attempt by writing a short
descriptive exercise, une pupu, as we
understand, blinded by stubbornness
failed to comply with the requirement
and opposed both teacher and directors.
The result ia that the matter is referred
to the Board of Education who are to
have a special meeting Feb. 18th. It is
a matter which men who are seeking for
the advancement of true educational
ideas should weigh well, and see in this
a rare gem worthy of approbation. It
is requested that all interested should at
tend this meeting of the Board at Roch
The exercises of the Quarterly Meet
ing at the M. . Church last Fridsy and
Sabbath were of more than ordinary in
terest. The sermon of Rev. Albright
Sabbath morning was exceptionally fine.
Some of our farmers opened tnelr su
gar-camps last week.
Mrs. Allie renneid .fierce, of Unricns-
ville, O., is visiting her friends and fam
ily in town.
Mumps are tne rage about tne uenter.
The condition of .Elder 8hank is con
sidered far less hopeful .than it was one
JUartin Fritz who has rented the farm
of Mrs. R. H. Starr for the past two
years, goes to LaOrange to work the
farm of Hubbard Hastings the coming
Ed. Entkrpribk. I learn that I was
under a misapprehension with regard to
the duties of our Supervisor, ana tnat
my language made an Impression upon
your readers different from- that intend
ed and I hasten to make the correction
I am informed that it is the duty of tne
Supervisor to clean the walks and report
the amount of tne expense to the Coun
cil and their duty to report it for taxa
tion, and not the supervisor's as I stated.
f urther all dues lor cleaning side
walks have either been paid or accounted
for, or else reported to the Council, ex
cept some small amounts of from ten to
twenty-five cents for which the Supervis
or has not yet been paid either by the
parties or Council. The sums were so
trifling that he disliked to collect of the
parties and too small to report for taxa
tion. The aggregate, however ia too
great for htm to lose, and we suggest
that the individuals lor whom the work
was done should call upon him and settle
If my language seemed to reflect upon
the honesty of the Supervisor it was due
to faulty expression, for I bad no such
idea. 1 was after the man whose fault
it was that the walks were not cleaned
and do not wish to charge any man with
blame of which he is not deserving.
We take the liberty of giving our
readers the f blowing private letter as it
will be of interest to our general readers
and particularly to Sullivan friends of
Elk Falls, Kansas., Jan. 22, 1879.
Ed. Enterprise. Dear sir: I see by the
date on my paper that the term of my
subscription has expired. Of course I
cannot drop you, as "Old Solomon" re
minds me of what is going on in Balllvan
and I feel just like knowing what the
rest of the boys are doing in Wellington
and vicinity, r'lease send me your pa
per for another year. Notwithstanding
that specie payment has been resumed
it will be a little difficult for me to jin
gle that in your ears, so I will send you
a little order on your postmaster,wnicn l
presume he will cash for you as he is a
right clever fellow in that way. Of
course you won't be particular about hav
ing it all in specie for they say green
backs slide right along with gold and
silver, and Wall 8t. has stopped fooling
with Uncle Sam without any greenback
"Well," you say, "What about that
Kansas country?" Cannot write you
much about that this time. I am well
pleased thus far. but then yon know a
farmer can tell better how he is coming
out for feed after be gets his stock win
tered. We have only partially wintered
in Kanras yet. Will try and send yon a
few brief items now and then the com
ing year. D. C. Cumi.
"The Effect Was Magical."
Fredonla. N. T.. Jan. IS, 1878.
Dr. If . M. Fenner.
Dear sir For some time past I bad been
sunerinft: from great nervous bebllity accom-
Fianicd with extreme lassltnde and low spir
ts, almost unfitting me for business. I had
orevionslv heard voar Blood and Liver Rem
edy and tterve Tonic highly eulogized and
resolved to elve it a trial. The cneci was
magical, from the moment of taking; the
first dese I felt decidedly better. I have now
taken three bottles and am entirely well.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The conquering hero" of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues' should take it, for
it retaliates and restores the disordered
system that eives rise to them. It al'
ways cures Billiousnesi and Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, Ujspepsia, uonsupa-
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Enlargements, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all akin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
and .Nervous uebiuty; itestores nesn
and strength when the system is running
down or eoinz into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
and all Lung and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its causes.
Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey
wilt relieve any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fenner's Golden ltelief cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in 5 to 30 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sle by Dr. tj
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance Specific. One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
raa suka mone fastar at work for as thaa al
anything elm. Capital aot required: we will
tan you. vis a uay at soma maae oj in. mane
trloae. Maa. women, bora and jtrla wanted
everywhere to work for ua. Now ia the time. Coat
ly outnt and terms free. Addreas lacs A Co., Aa
gusts. Mala. ll-7yl
45 Years Before the Public
DR. C. HoLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DvsraniA and sick kbaoachb.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of appe
tite and sickness; the bowels in gen
eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen
sation oi having left undone some
thing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry . cough is sometimes an
attendant The patient complains of
weariness and d.ebility; he is easily
startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits arc low;
and although he is satisfied that exer
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
ne can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it In fact he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who arc afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
r or all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IKITATIOXS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impression Dr. McLane's Liver
The Pennine McLane's Liver Pills bear
the signatures of C. McLane and Fleming
Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C
McI-ane's Liver Fills, prepared bv Flem
ing Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name Mff.flnf.
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good condi
tion is a good investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
This Is tbe time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weatber comes and they begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gnm and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Bubber.
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
may desire our services.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9-3 tn
Holbrooc Brothers, D. D. S.
Over 30 Different
And about the same of
J. "W. "Wilbur's,
And For Sale at
ffe aSh, 4a a week In your on town. S5 Outn
Na. " free. No rtk Reader. If Ton wan
tpWW abaalaeee at which parsons of either
aex can make greet pay aJl the tin-r-they
work, write for pellicular, to 1L Hallbtt It
roriiaaa. jeaino u-xyi
100 OflO Mr end Women sre wanted, to rusks
avVVVtf from SI to SIS per day. Agent are
ow """nnf. uut amonns.
lets Addreas, with one cent stamp.
Rev. S. T. BUCK. Milton, Pa
business yoa can engage In. $5 to fW
pr dy made by may worker or either
eex, rtffn. in tneir owm wcanuM. nr
tieoimra end SeUfcolee worth mi free. Im
prove your epere time mis Business. Aaaree
THE NEW YORK
New Block, south
Nearly Opposite Old Stand.
COME AND SEE US!
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.'s
FALL & WINTEH DHY GOODS.
Of every style and quality, at prices to suit
tne pnrcnaser, comprising Biaca ana jrancy
Bilks, very low ; Black Cashmeres the best
ever offered offered In this market for the
Jamestown Alpaccas. In new styles, more
desirable and cheaper than ever before.
Oar stock of Ladies' Foreign and Domes-
tie Dress Goods Is very fall and complete,
and at prices that cannor fail to satisfy the
demands of alL
Domestic Ginghams in laree quantities
from ten cents to a shilling.
Prints In great variety, from four to eight
We Lave the exclusive eale of
Vnrtrn and Domestic Shawls a fine as.
sortment selected with great care.
Our Zilnen Stools.
Table Linen from 25 cents npward. Nap
kins nnprecedently low. Towelings of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very fine stock. Some as low as
four cents each.
We carry a full line of notions consisting
of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, La
dles Neck Wear, etc, also a very large
stock of Robert's Needles and Cutlery
which are guaranteed to please In every re
spect. They are the very best in the world.
Our stock of
Is ample and the prices suited to meet the
wants of everybody. An elegant stock of
5: nasi tf , -wcf iw ja
An agent wanted in this locality to supply the rapid demand !
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LISE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCED to
Thoroaghly warranted aad sent to you for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And no obligation to keep one. If not bsttbb than any machine joa ever had.
Every Family can now own
The Old Favorite and Reliable STANDARD "
I Sewing Machine $20.
Aknowtjsdges no Superior ! ! !
We cannot make a better machine at any price.
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A Strictly Flnt-CIaae Doable Thread Lock Stitch Machine, more complete In equipments than
any ether, and combining all tue late uuproremenu, with the old and well-tried qualities
FOR WniCH THE STANDARD IS SO TOFULAR.
A Faithful Family Sewlnr Machine In ererr aenae
tlon of plain or fancy aewln wti ee and citrihlnty
while In uae for yeara in Thouaanda of FauiUlae. that
nre year, ua cu murarnr eui cnatf. .hop y nciunuea at once u not per:ectir satisfactory, KB
dcosd ix Pan: a Fab Down Bklow all othib Machijik. X extras to pay for. Each Machine la ac
companied by a more complet outfit of numnrous and us. ful attachments f ,r all kinds of work (free of
extra charge) than Is (riven with ny other machine t any prlco. The tjtai dard Machine has more good
qnalltl a tiian t h'ae of double the price. Light and Kakt Ri'Xino. a child can usm It. Strojio amd
DraaBLB. never out of order Rpld and certain In t-xecut! -n. No n.-elesa Coa-s or Cama to wear cut or
make a noise Wilx Last fob Vi.es. Isrea.ly In a moment, and understood In an hour. Malc-a the
Double Thread Lock Mttcu, alike on bulk sld a of the goods f rum rr.mbrtc to leather, uses a Short. otralKht
ami Stron Need. e. Ext-a Loiib. LarKe. easily tnread"d Hhuttlo. With Xaw Aftomatio Tknmoji. Larm
Bobbins capable of boldlmt oiiv nunUn d yards . f thread. A Large strong Ma. Iilne wlih great wld.h of arm.
giving It many desired qu .Hues aud great aiclty for a wide ran :e of w..rk. It Is the best machine In prin
ciple and In point of conatiuctlno. Use It once and you will uae no other. Active An'nts wanted tn this
county to rec-lve orders and deliver niMne. t xtra Inducmenta offered tMenrvmen. Teachers. Business
Men. etc. Illustrated Hook, samples of wo k. with
PLACE. New York.
loanyparovi iwj.u, A'.unraa, DiAmiAiui dahliu at
Why will you suffer with Dyspep
gls and liver complain, Constipation,
and general debility when you can get
at our store Shiloh's System Vltalizcr,
which we sell on a positive guarantea
to cure you. Price 10 cts. aud 75 cts.
For sale by J. W. Houghton. 1 1-16-1 y
side Liberty St.
A. M. FITCH.
Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
prices. The best bleached cotton at 6
cents ever offered at that price. PeerLees
wrsps at 20 cents.
A very complete stock of
Selling lower than ever.
Cloths and Cassimeres
la unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make np to order at prices that cannot
tail to please ; consisting oi uvercoatlngs
and Suitings for men and children's wear.
Also a very laree assortment of Ladies'
Closklngs and an unusually large stock of
Kcaay-maae uioaKs xrom sa.au upwards.
flie following : Call and see it
Our winter stock of
Comprises a fine assortment of custom
made Clothing, at prices so much below
those previons to the war as to astonish any
whose memory may extend back so long a
time. AlS'i Hats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear
and Gents' Furnishing uooas.
Robes snd horse Blankets very eheap.
In our purchases for our
BOOT, SHOE and RUBBER
department this season we have obtained a
larger and better selected stock of the newer
styles than ever before. We have Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, also Men's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below any former figures- In
fact in all departments prices are more fav
orable for the purchaser than have been
known lor years.
The citizens of Wellington and vicinity
will do well to look over our stock before
purchasing. We will try to please all in
showing goods and making prices satisfac
a First-class Sewing Machine I
of the word that rnna .month and does emtrv deaerin-
au-tronx aa I wv.l made, an I ao thoronihly teated
each machine tnat le-.vee our factory la warranted for
price list, etc.. fr e. ate deliver of goods guaranteed
1ACH1XK CO., B104JWAY CLINTON
tXfuTvj VIOLIH STEIUG8.
iJSSiiii- T1EST sIrisir'I'sssHsd kslra Uaata flfse
S . ,-7?- s4 ll,.a-..e uak-k MiMa Brimaat
iJrr t-nr-Brkfc-ol ly all LttAlll Ml BIMI -11
-.if islii wrkcity. Considering their
It '3fr- real ,atae. Ilia ebeareU sIHan tn the world.
It w.rui.f very whil.Ueaeheastrlnjr heautl.
'-SUV lull..lMkltl4tttsanlah tr.M.
TSAeB SI ASK. Ua VuA StrUHra require no blearuiug
w tucnk A.ary boa baa 'I rsde-mark of tba sol Important
SOUS W. STBATtVS a t i. X..
People are getting acquainted anl those who
are not ought to be with tbe wonderful merita of
that great American Remedy, the
TOR HAH ASJ BEAST. .
ThlaTInlment eery naturally originated In Ameri
ca, where Nature provides in her laboratory such
surprising antidotes (or the maladies or her chil
dren. Its fame has been spreading for S3 years.
nntU now It encircles the habitable globe.
The Mexican Jtnatang Liniment Is a matchlesa
remedy for all external ailments of man and beaat.
To stock owners and farmers it ia lnvalnable.
A single bottle often saves a human life or re
stores the TiT-fi'"- of an excellent hone, ox,
cow, or sheep.
It cores foot-rot, hoof -all, hollow horn, grab,
screw-worm, shoulder rot, mange, the bites and
stings of poiaonoua ptiles and Insects, and every
such drawback to six k breeding and bueh life.
It cares every external trouble of horses, such
as lameness, scratches, swixtny, sprains, founder,
wind gall, ring bone, etc etc.
The Mer"" Hnstaag Liniment is the quickest
core tn the world for accidents occurring tn the
family. In the absence ot a physician, sock as
bums, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc, and for rhettnav
tlsm, and stillness engendered by exposure. Par
ticularty raloable to Itinera.
It Is tbe cheapest remedy in the world, tor It
penetrates tbe mnecle to the bone, and a single
application la generally sufficient to cure.
w- wT"g r inim.ni fa pnt up In three
glass ot bottles, the larger ones being proportion.
A KOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ABE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Da. Tott: Dear 81r: For ten years I have
been a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and
Piles. LaatSprlngyour Pllla were recommended
to ma; I need tfiemlbut with little faith). I
am now a well man, have good appetite, diges-
Bar. B. X. autPSOK, Loolsrine, Ey.
A TORPID LIVER
Is fiie fruitful somee of many diseases, sneh aa
Dyspepsia, Bick Headache, Cost i veil em. Dysen
tery, Bilious Fever, Ague and Fever, Janiidice,
Tatfs PHls exert a powerful influence on the
Liver .and will with certainty relieve that imror
lant nriran from tlisointi. snrl rrntnm im nnrmtl
The rapidity with which persons take on flesh,
while nnder the influence of these pills, of itself
Indicates their adaptability to nourish the body,
bence their efficacy in coring nervous debility,
dyspepsia, wasting of the muscles, sluggishness
of the liver, chronic constipation, and imparting
health and strength to the system.
- Only with regularity of the bowel can perfect
health be enjoyed, when the constipation Is of
recent data, a single dose of TTJTTS PILLS
will suffice, but If It baa become habitual, one
pill should be taken every night, gradually lessen,
big tbe fraqueney of tba dosa until a regular daily
movement is obtained, which will eoon follow.
SoM aeryBbtfe, 8 Oats.
trnc& as mvssat bt tcw tobk
The New Era
CO! PEE !
Ia made from choice '
White Winter Flint Wheat
By Putnam's Patent Process of Prepar
ing, Steaming, Prying and Boasting,
and is a perfectly pure article, free
from any adulteration whatever.
IT IS a nerve: food.
It can be used by those who cannot
use Imported Coffees, and contains vir
tues and health-producing elements
not possessed by tea or coffee.
Physicians uuiversally indorse it as a
healthful table drink. A prominent
physician and surgeon of San Francis
co, Cal., writes us, "It Is the Wonder
of the Age !"
What the People Say of It.
Having used the New Era Coffee for the
past year, I believe its general introduction
will prove a permanent good.
L. M. LEE at. D.
Dorchester, Sept 3d. 1878.
Having used It In my family for the past
year and tested its excellent qualities, I be
llevo it is a real sanitary boon to people gen
erally. AFKED C. GARRATT, M D.
87 Boylston St., Boston.
I consider it a most heathful an 3 nutrit
ious beverage and free from all the Injurious
effects of tea and coffee.
83 Commonwealth Av., Boeton,nay 29, '78.
For ten months I have drank the New Era
Coffee. The palpitation of the heart which
I have experienced from drinking Java Cof
fee has entirely ceased. I think it excellent.
N. W. BTKAR3.
296 Columbus Ave., Boston nay 30th, 1878.
I have used the New Era Coffee for the
past nine months, and so much - pleased with
it that 1 intend drinking it constantly.
JOSEPH BANARD, D. D.
Neponset, July 16th, 1878.
For salebv W. W. Harvey.
JL 7RSS GX2TT.
Of a copy of my afEDICAL COMMOU 6EK8K
BOOK, to any Dcrsoo suffer! a with with Consamo-
tion. Asthma, Catarrh, Brunchltla, Loss of Voice or
LMire iuruu. ocuu utmc suu pro omcv suurcaa,
With two S cent pontage s tarn pa, and stale your sick-
Deaa. The book la eLgantly illustrated. (144 pp. 13
mo. 1879. The Information It contains, in the prov
idence of God. has sav.d many Urea. The anther
has been treating aiseaars of ihe Nose. Throat and
Luna, ma a special practice in cmciunau since 1857.
Addreaa, DR. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati, Ohio.
mm afORPtrnrE kabtt al
lutalv and arcadUy earaal. ft
baa. K. raklkitv. Saad
r full particalars. Dr CarUaw
aa S. Clark &L, Caiaaca, lib
Wbydo yoa carry that rusty-looking Trmwmtlttut
Bag, when yoa can make It look just as well aa a
BBOWS PBE2TCH DBESS.Q7&.
BS0W3 SATIN POLISH?
And afon'f let tha children's boots look so rusty and
shabby, when aa otewwnt polls can be given
them by either of these Dressings, which yoa can
get at any Shoe store. It will not soil the aklrts
Iq consequence of their (Test popularity, there
are nnm iiuiiainm. 1 u Keep peace in We laauiy.
pre your husband a box of
BROWN'S ARHY& HAH BUCKING,
that he may be on an equal footing.
Awarded the reM7ns and smly
For Sale by Or. S. B. Emerson
Should be supplied at all times with a
remedy of acknowledged merit, for use in
cose of accident, aa well as to ease tbe many
aches and pains all are liable to. No rem
edy baa given such perfect satisfaction in
every trial as the Curative. In making this
assertion we know it can be substantiated
by evidence of the most positive character.
The CURATIVE im a Pana
cea for Bbenmatisin, Neural
gia, Sciatica, Ncrrous Head
aches, Diphtheria, Sore
Throat, Cnts, Wounds, Burns,
Scalds, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Toothache, Ear
ache, or wherever there ia
pain or inflammation.
inir niDueace iiua.r a.
medicine for family use ever produced.
Give it a Trial,
And you will never be without it.
SOI.D BY AU DRVGCISTS.
LAWS02T CSEUICAL CO, ClaTel&nd. 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, 50 cents and $1.00.
A km. mw and rnimkttt Guide te
I WexUouk co uJ muff witn soautf
I others, the following chapter A
competent Womaoaood, bWcxiofl ef
Wife, videnec ot Virginity. Tm-
pvumeui', cotnru:D: iui lncornpau
I Hie Surilitv in vusitD. eatiM aMl
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AdTir to wiTes, proat itutivn, its rauae. Cetebacy ana
atstrimonv coniparrd. Con pun si duties. Concpticn, Cob
flnement. Lot sad Courtship. Impediments lu Jtlsrrisre.
in male and rental. Science ot Reproduction, Siarle lift
considered. Law of llarriacr. Jaw w DiTorc. aCegalriKuas
of msrrisd women, ere-, including Diaoaaea peculiar to
Women, their cause and treatment. A book Ibr primt
and eoTMiderat reading, of 3SO pages, vita taUtJatoSa
flawing, bw snail, sealed for 60 cents.
lThe Private Medical Advl.er."
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fce stso on SpwrmatterncM. Sexual .Debility, and Im
potency, from Selt-abuse and Egcc s, causing Seminal
Emissions, Nervous ne Aversion to Society, Confusion ot
Ideas, Physical decay. Dimness of si gnu Detective Memory,
Loss ot Sexual Power, etc making marriage improper
or unhappy, giving treatment, and av great many
valuable receipts for tha cure of all prints llisiaiai. mam
ua, ovsr 60 plates, oO csrrts.
ft weturs oa nanhood and Womanhood, 10 esirtoi M
all three Id one nicely bound Tolama, $1. They contain
600 pages and ovsr lOO Illustrations, en it racing every
thing on the general ivs system that is worth knowing, and
much that is not published in any other work. Tba cons
btited volume is positively the best Popular Medical Book
lublished, and tfioee disss tiiaed after getting it can hava
heir money refunded. The Author is an expericmoed
Physician of many years practice, (as is well known,) ana
the advice given, and Rules for treatment laid down, will
be found of great valve to those suffering from imparities
of the system, early errors. lost vigor, or any ot tbe aumer
out troubles cotniny under the head ot "Private" or
"Chronic d'seascs. Sent In ting'.c vo'-urrvrs, or c-impta
in one, for 2-r.ce in 8tamps, Silver or Cnrreney. ( Consul
tation confidential, and letters are pr-'tttaf.y andtrsmkly
anarwered without charge.) Address t Dr. Butts' D:spn
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it?" For sale by Ntrwa Daales-a. AGENTS svanted.
DR TVTTTS invites persona eufteifna frm
KUPTURE to send him t-ieir names and address,
i and hereby aursa them that thr will learn
sttBDethinc to tlieir adwantrVT- ?t ICruaa.
Te Preserve aad Beauiify Year I (oases Use-. r
GTTTTA PUBCHA PATtTT,
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
for Wood, Iron, Stone or Brick Structures.
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
for Sample Colors and Price Lists (FREE) to
GUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 35S
Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. Ohio.
xiSlj-l For sale hy Ererett & Starr.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
A Cake er SapoUa, a ewl aad a brush, doth as
OCSS CUaSISg am aai
WILL CUi nrXT seal an 1
win. rxua bubblb. laatsls. T.
WILL OUI OO. CLOTHS, tlesee, Skalws, 1
WILL CUtia BATH TUBS, WssB Bsalss, -
will am CEoemt, nasi .am a
wiixcLCis amna crnsiLsef anuses
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WILL CLEAS all Umilill arllrlss lafl la
ITTKB 159 CHEartm Ikaa Bass, lawsr, Ballaa MaMk
Price lOc. Per Cako.
For sal by Dr. S. B. Emerson.
Privala HaapHal. SO) I
III. GSpMlattT, all I
I riaa af Batara. PT-
... bv nalL Strata.
Ladiaa aad Oealls
mb, and aaa aallar
ar Itapl. of aaai
rebfaer fnoAm, aad
bv asm fteU.
ble Parnate Fill,, ss
(Mr box. Private
Sinia aad auraa far
Ladla. deiias ai-
I kcT mt Mairiat. Or
I Sana aa vticriiiM.
Kaaaaaa at Tank and
Manaaad: a waalta mt
I krwattea. ar lamsss
I m bMh aaaaa. Kaahlac
Iaatloa aavar aefbrs
rakUabad. Ha nuU
abaald ba wttaaas Is.
ITT'Addraaa, Dr. A. O.
CLIN. SOS Clark St.
Bet Qtrall ty. Perfect FltUnff.
WAMSUTTA MUbLJN as BEST IRISH UNIuai
UKFCtTSTOIC 8IIIKX8, S f. ij
suae to meaaure pine, as mrry r
alaaa aat lld Plata aatasas rraa wllb eaek aairdasaa.
ital card for samples aad
rfnnlnvlrh nlrtMTtloiia for ar 1 f tiii a. t
end ao dress on postal cara I or aararjiee aj
eea'lAaTta. AaUra. BlOllTS BUBCLainls. alo.
Perfune the Breati.'
made offensive by
Catarrh, Decayed Teeth,
Fool Stomach, ate., &e.
nanrvmon Risaara and Suae I ei I will Had
fhem to tdve imnmdiate reliet and a clear voice.
. . t. . . I fMjt W 1
UOOu I Or aiiniHwi - suso X vuuai aau vua nhmm
use tnem ; especially xonns uuues ana at en.
Bold by all Dnunriata Confectioners, only Sa.
TRIX M'f 'g Co., Rochester, N.Y.
For sale by Dr. 8. 15. tmerson.
O i Hit. jiewa lor Don and Utrls ! I
v i ni.m a vrv IV.
VENTIUX lust patented for thorn.
tor Howe use I
Ftt-t and Scroll Bamng, Tnmmr,
Knrlnir. 1 illlne.Griiidiiii:. Polishing.
Screw Cutting. Price 5 to iM.
i Send bump and atUrese - -FTrTRAlM
I-.nOWJI, VanO. Mass.
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G bat's Specific' Mkdicik
TRAD MS K. I" especially TIDs ,,J
recomaa. u . w
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cr. and all dis-
Before Takmg qnsnce en self ijbjr Taking.
of Memorr, Universal Liasitnde, Palala tha Back.
DimneM or Vision. Premature OldJAge, snd many
and a Premature Grave, all of which as ajule are
flrst caused by deviating from the path of natore
aid o?tad"gence. The Sped fle Mediclncil. the
result ef s life ef stady aad aiany yeara of ex per.
ier.ee ia treating these special diaaases. -
Full particulars la our pamphlets which are de
sire to tend free by mall to ereryo
The Hi eclfle Medicine is sold by all Druggists at
tl per package, or six pscksges for $5, or will be
aent bv mail on receipt of the money by addressing
THE GRAY MEDICINE CO.,
No. 10 Mechanics' Block, Drrmorr, Mm.
tsTSo'd in Wellington by 8. B. Emerson, and all
n.hi. rA wknUuia A..nta. Clare
1 and, Ohio.