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Thursday, March 6, 187S.
J. W. HOUGHTON. X. H. HOUGHTON,
Thirty-two mmrriag licenses were la
med in Medina daring January and Feb
ruary. Since 1818 Medina county has had
twenty Sheriffs nine of whom ,are still
The Government of Brazil has expend
ed $10,000,000 for the relief of her peo
ple dying from pestilence and starvation.
A class of thirty-nine, two of whom
were women, graduated from the Medic
al Department of Wooster University in
Cleveland at the late Commencement.
Mrs. Belva Lockwood the woman law
yer who has had such a time in getting
recognised was on Monday admitted to
practice at the bar of the Supreme
A revival has been in progress in the
Baptist church at Medina and the pastor
of that denomination at Litchfield has
been assisted by the Rev. Fox, of Hunt
ington in a protracted meeting.
A fox started in Ashland county was
hunted through live counties and finally
killed at Mt, Eaton, Ohio.
That was a good deal like the labor of
the mountain that brought forth a mouse.
Our readers will find the time devoted
to the question of a new court-house well
spent in consideration of the fact that
they will be expected to vote upon it at
our next election. The article in this
number discusses it very thoroughly and
The dwelling of Mr. R. Freeman, on
Rhodes Avenue, Cleveland was burglar
ized at four o'clock . Tuesday morning
and a woman who thought to frighten
them away by screaming was promptly
choked. With this last retort closed to
her the sex is utterly defenceless.
The Postmaster 'General urges that
the speedy and safe transmission of mail
demands that in all cases the county as
well ss the name of the town and state.
be written in the superscription. Of
course an exception would be made in
case of the larger towns and cities.
A man in Philadelphia swallowed
three false teeth, and the plate to which
they were attached, and lived seven wjeeks
after, having swallowed no food in that
time, the plate having lodged an inch and
a half above the entrance to the stomach
completely obstructing the psssage.
Wellington is exceedingly fortunate in
her religious privileges. Few towns of
her size have as commodious churches,
as highly endowed and faithful's minis
try, fewer children outside its Sunday
schools, or a better outlook for Christian
work. There should never be a slim at
tendance on any of the means of grace
at these churches. Enough who live ac
cessibly near, who are able to go and are
not detained by the care of the sick and
helpless, should count' it a privilege to
attend, and would, we think if they were
for months together unavoidably kept
sway; or if they livedon a frontier and
had to go miles and make a great effort
to hear any kind of a sermon.
- The prime necessity everywhere, for
all people and every condition of life is
personal religion, a vital Christianity.
They are best fitted to live and beat
prepared to die who from right motives,
free from vanity and selfishness do
most to bless and comfort and serve oth
ers, In ways to help them to right living
and right thinking; and there is no other
route to these attainments than through
the religion taught by Jesus Christ.
Christian duty does not always lie in
pleasant paths. To confess our joys and
testify to our hopes is well, but we msy
as surely deny our Savior if we neglect
duties that demand a higher courage.
The timely warning, the judicious re
proof, or a brave word in defence of the
right may be a duty we fain would shirk
but a duty nevertheless. To meet in
civility with kindness, to bear patiently
with evil tempers, unreasonableness and
Ingratitude, to cherish no Ulwill in re
turn for calumny and detraction, to have
charity alike for the weak and the vic
ious, to deal justly, love mercy and do
good without reference to appreciation
and return, these are mature fruits of
the Spirit, and to attain this plane of ex
perience I the aim of every intelligent
There are many such in our churches,
pious mis liters, faithful Bund ay-School
teachers, earnest men and women, labor
ing, studying, praying for the upbuilding
of Christ's kingdom. These cannot com
pel any to come in, but do one who has
experienced salvation through faith has
any right to doubt God's willingness to
save any other.no matter how indifferent
or degraded, or poorly-endowed or forti
fled In skepticism; and we must not esti
mate the efficiency of the Holy Spirit by
the small measures of our halting and in
constant faith. ...
ran tawumxt or labor sums or koitbt
TO OLD BOLDIBBS VOTXD, AID A STEADY
BJtrCBAIi TO rnOYIDB THB MOHKT. .
WASHxasTon, Feb. 25. The Demo
cratic majority of the House of Repre
sentatives does not intend to give the
' Secretary of the Treasury any funds out
of which to pay the arrears of pensions
unless at the same time it strikes a blow
at resumption. '
Mr. Monroe offered a bill to-day which
had the approval of Secretary Sherman,
setting forth 930,000,000 from the pro
ceeds of the $10 certificates recently au
thorized by Congress to psy this large
bill, bat it was defeated by the solid vote
of the Democrats. Mr. Monroe and Sec
retary Sherman believed that if this bill
should pass, many of the pensioners who
are entitled to arrears would invest their
money in the new certificates, and thus
become interested in the public debt of
the United States. The Democrats have
now refused twice to make any provis
ion for raising the money necessary to
pay these arrears of pensions, and the
Republicans have on both occasions vot
ed in favor of the means proposed.
Now some of the inflationists among
the Democrats will propose that the Sec
etary of the Treasury be directed to
issue new greenbacks to meet the de
mands of the pensioners under the new
law. Fitting in that, they will propose
to Instruct Hr. Sherman 'to psy them out
of the fund reserved for resumption pur
poses. Either of these measures will un
doubtedly command the votes of a ma
jority of the Democrats of the House,
but neither will get the necessary two
thirds. The position of the Democrats on this
question Is characteristic They vote
that pensioners shall be paid a large sum
for arrears. They appropriate the mon
ey, but they refuse to give the Secretary
the wsys snd means for obtaining the
necessary funds out of which to pay it.
N. T. Tribune.
Wisconsin is showing the dairying
world a new wrinkle in the creamery
system which is worthy of caref ulnote.
It is proposed that one creamery shall
receive the cream from four thousand
cows, taking nothing but the cream. By
this plan more cream will result, because
of the fact that the shaking up of the
milk in transportation to the factory in
jures its value for cream raising. It will
save much on the former cost of trans
portation where much useless milk was
included, beside leaving the refuse milk
where it can be used for the farmer's
pigs snd calves. By this new departure
it is believed that far greater uniformity
in the butter will result; and the patrons
who furnish the cream will be paid ac
cording to the butter value of this prod
uct and not as formerly, according to
the quantity of milk of various qualities
furnished, regardless of its butter value.
Certainly there are reasons enough why
a "full-cream" creamery would attain
most desirable and important ends not
at present compassed; and the Wiscon
sin experiment will be carefully watched.
It cannot be doubted by any observer
that Crawford county needs some far
better system of butter production than
any that yet obtains here, and whether
or not this Wisconsin idea can suggest
anything worthy is for dairymen to' de
cide. Meadville Index. .
The Conrt-House Question.
At the October, A. D. 1878 term of the
Court of Common Fleas of this county, the
grand Jury, composed of men from the vari
ous townsVp of the county, after bavin
examined U.e present court house and con
sidered its adaptability to the present needs
of the public, made the following report:
"We, the Grand Jury, this October term of
the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
county of Lorain. Ohio, after having exam
ined the offices and vaults in which the rec
ords of deeds and proceeding of the court
are sept, nna tne same wooiiy insumcieui
and unsafe, and would recommend the Coun
ty Commissioners to take Immediate steps
to build a conrt-houf e in this county.
C. W. HSMBXWAY, Wellington, . .
A. J.8asa, Huntington,
F. K. Oairria, Amherst,
H. Barbows, Avon,
A. Bbbbs, Elyria,
G. A. Vah CLBBr, Wellington,
8. C. MoMiixaK, Black River,
HnntT M srthb, Amherst,
M. J Bbamah, Elyria.
e. J. Clakk, Plttsfleld,
Ed. Habob, Eaton,
F. J. Kws, Black River,
C. Powbrs, Russia,
8. Moon, Avon,
Obo. Wntiit, La Grange."
The attention of the commWioners having
thus been drawn to the matter, they consid
ered it their duty to submit the question of
the "propriety of building a new courthouse"
to the people, in accordance with the law in
that respect enacted. At the election to be
held the flrst Monday of Apr. next, the electors
of the county will be called upon to record
their decision respecting the matter. This is
a question of the highest importance to the
people of the county, and is worthy of thor
ough discussion snd careful consideration.
It is believed that s large number of the peo
ple of the county will agree with the grand
Jury, and will favor the erection of a court
house adapted to the needs of the present,
ss well as all necessities of the future that
reasonable prudence can anticipate.
There are some, doubtless, who will op
pose this improvement or any other, and that
too, without any regard to Us necessity or
cost. It Is not expected that such will be
influenced by any argument, however forci
ble It may be. It la believed that there are
many others who will support this measure,
if convinced of its necessity and practica
bility, who would otherwise oppose it. Be
fore such it has been thought not to be im
proper to place facts and statistics for their
consideration. The people of Lorain Co.,
arcnoted for their intelligence and public
spirit, and it is believed that if the proposed
improvement is demanded by the public ne
cessities the people can be convinced of that
fact, and being convinced, will give express
ion of their conviction at the ballot-box.
thb HBCBsarrr or ram imfkovimbxt.
In the first place, it mav be said, the pres
ent court-house has served its purpose snd
"outlived its usefulness." It wss erected In
1828 four years after the organisation of Lo
rain county. The population of the county
la 1830, the flrst census after its organisation
was 5,090. The taxable valuation at that
date was, in round numbers, 1753,000. The
cost of the building wss, as nearly as can bo
now ascertained, S8.500. It was considered
st the time, snd was, a very fine structure,
equal to the requirements of that period,
when the country was sparsely settled and
the enterprise and thrift of later years had
not commenced their growth. As popula
tion Increased, the files snd records of the
courts accumulated and the volumes of the
records of deeds, mortgages, etc., multiplied
it plainly appeared that there were many de
fects in its construction, as well as that every
room in It waa too small In which to transact
the public business. The only possible ex
ception to this is the court-room, which. If
large enough, Is badly arranged, with no
conveniences in the shape of witness or Jury
rooms. Some of these defects may be more
particularly pointed out. First in Importance
KBCOBDBB'S OmCB. .
Everyone who baa had occasion to transact
business In that office must have observed
that the room ia totally unfit even to do the
every-day bualnesa accumulating there, to
aey nothing of the clerical work required in
recording the instruments there deposited.
Tea men nil the room full. Bat one person
can, with any convenience, examine records
at the same time. In a county of over thirty
thousand Inhabitants, full of life, activity,
and enterprise, the business of searching the
records of title is immense. In the next
place the vault ach as it is in which the
records are kept, is full. But a few more
volumes can In any manner be stowed sway
In It. A new vault must be provided for this
purpose, and that, too, without delay, wheth
er a new court-house Is constructed or not.
For such a vault there Is no room In the
present building. A more serious matter
about the vault business is that it U unsafe
and unlit to keep the records in. It is dark
and damp, and the volumes of records are
mildewed and musty. Oa some of the vol
umes the b.'-)ding has been loosened, snd the
ink used in recording the Instruments there
in Is dimmed snd faded. These books must
be rebound and some of them re-written, at
considerable expense. Again, the vault is
not fireproof. The cracks and seams opening
into it are discernible to anyone who chooses
to investigate the matter, caused, doubtless,
by the settling of the foundations. Sur
rounded, as it is, by wood floors, partitions,
furniture, ana other combustible matter, the
danger is great that In ease of fire 1U entire
contents would be destroyed. Every one
knows that such a loss would be absolutely
Irreparable. There are but few who have
preserved their deeds so that, without re
course to the records of this office, they can
trace the title by or under which they hold
their lands. Such a case probably does not
exist In the county. When it Is remembered
that the vaults of this office .contain all
the record evidence of title to all the lands in
Lorain county, the incalculable damage
which would result from the destruction of
its contents must be perceptible to the dim
mest vision. In case of Are the chances are
that all this valuable public property would
be swept swsy. In a fireproof building con
structed, according to the plans the testa of
use and experience have approved, all this
danger would be at an end. Here alone ia a
aufflcient Justification for the proposed ex
penditure. THB COUBT BOOK
Is not large enough, la poorly ventilated snd
is without any adequate heating apparatus.
This room has, however, been greatly Im
proved from what It waa when first con
structed. But even now it la Inconveniently
arranged and there are no suitable petit or
grand Jury rooms, consultation room, wit
ness room, and other necessary appendages.
The petit snd grand Jury rooms are a dis
grace to the county. They are Just large
enough to hold twelve and fifteen men re
spectively, with no ventilation whatever. The
grand Jury room Is contiguous to the privy
vault, and In the warm seasons of the year
Is almost untenanable. There Is no witness
room for grand Jury witnesses snd they wan
der around from pillar to post, blocking up
the ball leading through the court-houae,and
suffer all sorts of inconveniences, both un
healthy and diaagreeable. Especially is this
so in the winter season. During this laat
session while the grand Jnry waa in seaslon,
crowds of shivering, half-frosen men and
boys could be seen clustering around the
door of the grand Jury room, awaiting their
turn to be called and fearing to seek more
eomfortible quarters, lest they should sub
ject themselves to legal penalties by not re
sponding when called. Considerations of
humanity, as well as propriety, demand that
some remedy should be devised for this evil.
So, too, there is no room for consultation
between attorneys snd their clients, snd
whatever of thla is neceassry must now take
place In the court-room. This Is a fruitful
source of confusion and annoyance. And
all these defects affect not attorneys alone,
but every clttscn who may have a cause in
court, or who may be summoned ss a Juror
or witness. A court-room should be so ar
ranged as to conveniently accomodate all
who msy in any capacity be called upon to
take part in the administration of the law.
Other defects in the present room might be
pointed out, but enough for the present.
THB OTHBR OFFICES.
The clerk's office Is already full of records
and files, and more room must be provided.
The vault intended to keep the records of
this office In is bo better than s potato hole.
It has settled out of shape so thst the door
will not close, much less lock, snd the files
and volumes of records are damped Into it
in "most con fused disorder." Another thing
the clerk's office should be on the second
floor, which would save the carrying of books
files f nd papers up snd down a flight of
stairs two or three times a day,' daring court
There is no sheriff's office st all in the
court-house, a fsct which haa long been a
source of much Just complain.
The Probate court-raom U wholly unsulted
for the uses for which it waa designed. Like
all the rest it is too small. It is not arranged
for a court room and cannot be. During the
sessions of the court of Common Pleas there
is no place in which to hold this court. The
business of this court is ' more nearly con
nected with the masses of the people than
any other. Here wills are probated, admin
istrators sppointed, and estates settled
These are matters of the highest Importance.
Much other busintss, such as habeas corpus
hearings, appropriations of property by cor.
porations, ditch bearings, etc., comes under
the Jurisdiction of this court. This court
also has criminal jurisdiction in certain casts
and if conveniences were at hand would
hold a criminal court, which being open at
all times would greatly lessen the expense of
this branch of Judicial business. This vault
la also full and more room must be had.
Of the auditor's and treasurer's offices It
is not necessary to speak. They are so no
toriously unfit for the transaction of the im
mense business by law centered there, that
to point to each by Itself would be a uaelesa
The commissioners have no room st slL
The sudltor's office where they meet
is about twelve by eighteen feet, including
desk room. Onsome road and ditch hear
ings from fifty to a hundred men assemble
and fill the room atandlug full, aa well as the
corridor and portico of the court-house.
That some suitable place ahould be provided
for the transaction of their business will be
acknowledged without argument.
Without further reference to the necessi
ties of the case, a brief reference will be
made to the probable cost of the building,
and other particulars.
Tan estimated cost.
Another important matter in respect to
which Inquiry is made is, how much will the
new court-house coat? It may be said at
the outset that no statement can be made of
the exact cost. A near approximation, how
ever can be reached by s consideration of the
cost of other structures of a similar else and
character, the time when they were erected,
and the cost of materials and labor then com
pared with their cost now. The commission
ers have visited several counties in this state
and examined court-bouses already erected
and in use, and also plans and specifications
of such as are In process of construction.
They have cousulted several of the most re
liable architects In Ohio and Michigan and
have procured or soon will have procured
plans and specifications made especially for
them. No plan or specification will be paid
for unless adopted, and all will be made on a
basis of $75,000. Am org the architects con
sulted, Mr. Kohler, of Cleveland, hss shown
sevtral plans, one of which, fashioned after
the court-house at Nestk,Ohlo,wss favora
bly commented upon by all who examined It.
Hia estimate was that it could be constructed
for $75,000. Some correspondence haa been
bad with E E. Myres, of Detroit, Michigan,
architect of the Michigan State Capitol and
of the Insane Asylum at Hillsdale, in that
state. He is said to be s thoroughly reliable
man, snd well-sUlled In his profession. In
s letter under date of February 18, 1879, he
"Tours of yesterday I have Just received.
I will meet your Board at the time stated In
your Utter and submit several designs for
t::e proposed building. Tou can erect a first
class building for the sum named. Tou have
excellent stone close st hand. We ustd the
stone from the quarriea lie ar your city for
the Michigan atate capltoL The prices of
Iron and other materials required In the erec
tion of such buildings and labor being plen
ty, and the very low prices of everything
necessary, which your county will reap the
benefit of, will enable you to put up a very
elegant structure for the sum of $75,000.
This is the estimate oi aa experienced
architect and a man whose opinion is reliable
Further Information upon this point will be
gathered and submitted to the public within
a short time. It msy be stated, however, as
to tne cost of a suitable court-house, that
while no exact aum can st present be named,'
the most reliable data now at hand would
seem to Justify the opinion that it will not be
less than $75,000 nor In excess of $85,000.
' Every sensible man certainly will say, If a
court-house Is to be built at all, let it be one
thst will be adequate to the wants of the
people, not only for the present but for sll
time to come. , To build a cramped. Incon
venient, or insecure court-house for $75,000
or less, when by the sddltion of a few more
thousands a building such as the population,
enterprise snd wealth of the county demands,
would not only be poor economy, but would
be criminal. The proposition is to build a
good, substantial, convenient, fireproof struc
ture, n ot for show but for' service.
WHAT TAXATION- IS WBCBSSABY?
There is now an amount of surplus funds
In the treasury, that may be devoted to this
purpose without at all crippling the several
funds for which taxation is required, equal
to the sum of $50,000. A large portion of
this hss been accumulated by a small levy
each year, for the laat few years, for build
ing purposes, called "Building and Repair
Fund." The first levy for this purpose was
made on the duplicate of 1873. This levy
waa intended to meet the expense of exten
sive repairs on the present court-house,
which was at that time thought to be necea
ssry snd practicable. A careful examination
of the building, however, convinced all par
ties concerned that it could not be repaired.
Every room in it, with the possible exception
of the court-room, waa too small with no
ventilation st alL The foundations had been
reached by the frost and the brick and other
materials had become decayed and unsafe.
Thla levy has been continued until now. In
this way this fund has been accumulating,
and is now a good round sum to commence
business on. But this lesvea $35,000 to be
raised by taxation taking the outside esti
mate. A few statistics will show how this csn
be done: The present duplicate valuation
for the entire county is $17,680,597. It Is
safe to say the next duplicate will not be
less than $18,000,000 snd that is half a mill
ion less than some former valuations. But
to be within bounds, calculating for the cost
of collection and delinquencies, let us put
the product of one mill levy at $17,5000,
This is s perfectly ssfe estimate. Upon the
present duplicate a levy is made of four
tenths of s mill for building purposes, so
thst the increased levy of six-tenths of s
mill for two years wiU raise the $35,000. This
would be sixty cents on each thousand dol
lars valuation for two years. Each voter can
take his last tax receipt, foot up the columns
of valuations and make the computation for
himself. For one year of thia term the levy
for other funds csn be diminished enough to
balance the increase for court-house purpos
es, so that no Increase st all would be neces
sary, except for 1SS0. This Is owing to the
healthy condition of the county finances. Of
the entire valuation of the property upon the
duplicate, $2,413,350 is bank and railroad
property, and will psy st lesst one-seventh
of the entire cost of the court-house. - It
would seem prudent to mske the levy while
such valuations remain upon the duplicate.
A movement was once made to distribute
railroad valuations pro rata among the
counties of the state, and not to the several
counties through which the railroads pasa.aa
is now the ease. Whether such will be the
lsw or not no one can tell. If It should,
Lorain would lose neatly If not one-half of
her railroad valuation, snd sn increased bur
den be thus thrown upon other property.
These data are not given for the purpose
of convincing the public that this court
house can be built witthout the levy of a tax
which the property of the county must psy,
but to show Just how great the. harden will
It is proposed to locate the building Just
In the rear of the old court-house, and nesr
the center ot the back park. A better loca
tion can caver be found. It will be so far
removed from all other buildings that there
will be no exposure of fire from theoutalde,
and aa the building ia to be of lire-proof ma
terial thronghout,ell danger from this source
will be averted.. ; . . . .
There are some other facts worthy of con
sideration, but space will not admit of further
"Would Like Some More.'
Plymonlh, Tnd., Oct. 5, 1877.
Herman A Boecher, Oherlln, Ohio.
Gentleman: When I waa in Ohio I bought
some of Or. Fcnner's Blood aud Liver Rem
edy snd Nerve Tonic st your store. I never
took snythlng that did me so much good In
so short a time. I would like to get some
more of it as I csnnot find it here. Will yon
pleaas let me know what I can get one-hall
dosen bottles for snd oblige,
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonio msy well ' be called
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is the medical triumph of the age. Who
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it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cures Billiousness and Liver Com
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Enlargtnents, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
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and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
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and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
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It does these things by striking at the
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Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey
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Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any
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A KOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
READ WHAT HE SAlSs
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tome; I used them (but with little faith). I
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have gained forty pounds solid flesh. They are
worth their weight In gold.
Kev. H. L. SlAlfeiON. Louisville, Ky.
A TORPID LIVER
Is the fruitful source of many diseases, snrh as
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache,Cosilvenea,lrsen
tery. Bilious Fever, Ague and Kever, Jaundice,
Tntt's Pills exert a powerful Influence on the
IJver,and will wll h certainty relieve I h ut iui ior
tant organ from disease, aud restore its normal
The rapidity with which persons take on flesh,
whiieundertheiirftiH'nccof these pills.of itself
Indicate their adaptability to nourish tin. horty,
hence their efficacy in curing nervous debility,
dyspepsia, wasting of Lhemucles.slUKKishno
health and strength to the system.
Only with regularity of the bowels can perfect
health be enjoyed, when the constipation Is of
recent date, a single dose of TOTTS FELLS
will snmce, but if It has become habitual, one
CI I boald b takea every aigbt, gradually limp,
g tba fteaaeacy of Ibe ke .nul a regular dally
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OCTICS. W KuSLRaVT ST.. TXW T0BX
45 Years Before the Public.
DR. G. MoLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
ovsrarstA ako sick headache.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
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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
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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 of 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 debility; 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
he 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 are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF I IT ATIOXS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every lxx has a red wax seal on the lief,
with the impression Dr. McLane's Liver
The genuine McLane's LtVER Pili.s bear
the signatures of C. McLanb and FLEMING
Bktis. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Ps. C.
McLane's Liver I'iu. prepared by Hem
in;; l!ro., of rittslrurgh. Pa., the market being
full of in-.italioas of the name Mr. Lane,
spciletl differently but same pronunciation.
Rhonld be supplied nt all times with a
remedy of cckuowletlgt'd merit, for list- In
cine of accident, as well as tocw tlie m:ny
neliesand p-ilnsiill re llulilu to. No rem
edy has Riven such perfect natixl'.iution In
every trial as the Curative. In making this
awfrtlou we know It cm bo substantiated
by evidence of tlie most positive cliui aoi ?r.
The CCK.iTXVE i.i a I::s:;
era for Ithcnmntisro, Veur;
gia, Selaliea, Xervons ISfI
nruc, Diphtheria, Sorts
Throat, Cuts, Wounds, Iltirns,
Scalds, KottcI Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Toothache, Ear
ache, or wherever there la
pain or Inflammation.
The- frtlATIVE U rendlly tat'n by old
ami youns. and for external n- 1W scntli
lim fiirlut-uce make It tlirf mo-t desirable
uiudiciua fur family ukb wer producMi.
Give it a Trial,
And you will never be without it.
HOLD KY ALL nitlOCISTS.
LATC01T CSSJaCAL C3., ClcTelaad. 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, CO cents' and $1.00.
PetHtvly Cured by
ih Lett. Pills.
Dlilrmi from Dyvpep
sfa, IndiKUoa and
loo Hearty Kn,tln?.
A perfect remedy for
In the Mouth, Coated
Tongue, Pain In the
Hide, c They rejru
UUe the Bowels aud
and Piles. The email-
et and easiest to take. Only one pill a dose.
40 In a vUU. Purely Vegetable. Price 2 cuu.
bold by all Dnursts.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., Prop'ra. Erie, Pa.
w Tiwm visUai fry mail tot ont qoiiar.
Uran make money faater at work for as than st
nythms tU. Capital aot required; we will
,tart you. $11 a day at home made by the Indus
trious. Men. women, bora aud irla wanted
everywhere to work fur as. Now is the time. Cost
ly onttt-. and terms free. Address Tacr Col . Ad
gusta, ataioo. Il-a7yl
It. D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Esiiecul attention given to the
.Preservation of til
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted npon all the virions bases
known to tho profession.
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
aanSOSaJuta a Tfcaas)
business yoa can encase In. $5 to f 20
per dj;v made by any worker of either
sex. right la (heir own localities. Par
ticulars and samples worth ti free. Ira
nrovsyoar spare tima at this buainais. Add res
Sriasoa Co.. Portland. Maine. ll-S7yl
I I PILLS.
STat.B3 T a"-
THE NEW YORK
CLOTHING HOUSE !
New Block, south
Nearly Opposite Old Stand.
COME AND SEE US!
A. M. FITCH.
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.'s
FALL & WINTER DHY GOODS.
Of every style aud quality, at prices to suit
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
Bilks, very low ; Black Cashmeres the best
ever offered offered in this market lor the
Jamestown Alpaeean, in new styles, more
dcuiralilo and cheaper than ever before.
Oar stork of Ladies' Foreign and Domes
tic Dre.-a Goods is very full snd complete,
and at prices that cannor fail to satisfy the
demands of alL
Domestic Ginghams in largo quantities
from ten cents to a shilling.
Prints In great variety, from four to eight
We have the exclusive sale of
Foreign and Domestic Shawls s fine as
sortment selected with great care.
OuxZiinezx S tools.
Table Linen from 25 cents upward. Nap
kins unprecedenlly low. Towellngs of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very fine stock. Soma ss low as
four cents each.
We carry a full lino of notions consisting
ot Hosiery, Gloves, Collars snd Cuffs, La.
dies' Neck Wear, etc, also s very large
stock of Robert's Needles snd 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
S - 1
f life fH jm i s
An agent Avanted in this locality to supply the rapid demand !
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIES SITC3E3S
The former high priced machines REDUCED to
Thoroughly warranted and sent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And no obligation to keep one, if not arras than any machine yon ever had.
Every Family can now own a First-class Sewing Machine I
The Old Favorite and Reliable STANDARD
Sewing Machine $20.
Aknowledg es no Superxok!!!
We cannot make a better machine at any price.
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A SMrtly First-Clan Double Thread Lock Stitch Machine, more complete tn equipments than
any ther, and combining all the late Improvement, with the old and well-tried qualltlea
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A Faithful Family Sowing Machine In every sense of the word that rona smooth and doea every descrto
tltm of plain or fam-y aewlnx wit t ease and certainty aoatronjr and well made, and ao thorouicblv tested
while In u.e for year. In Thuuaauda of Families, that each machine that leavea our Factory la warranted for
flvc yuai a, and kept In order f r e of charge. Mon y Refunded at once If not perfectly 8atlafactorv Ra
prrnD in Paica Fak Dowx Bilov all othii Machine. Noextraa to pay for. Each Machine Is ac
companied br a more complete outfit of numerous and useful attachmenta fir all klnda of work free of
t atra i-hanre) than la glveu with ny other machine at any prlcf. The Stat dard Machine haa more rood
quillil. tuan th a-or dtuHe the price. Lioht ud Kahv Rcxkiso, a child can use It. Stcojco
Di-bablb. never out of order. Ripld and certain tn execution. No uaeleaa Cogs br Cam a to wear cut or
mak-annlae Will Law rot Ysabs. I i ready In s moment, and understood In an hour Maka the
lfc.uhle Thread Lock StllcU. alike on both ald-s of the gooda from cambric to leather saea a Shot? Straight
and strong Needie. Fxt-a Long. Large, ea.lly threaded Shuttle. With Saw aT-to"aTio TViaioi KSe
Bobblna capable of holding one hundrvd yards of thread. A Large Strong Machine whh great wldih of MrnL?
giving It many dealred qualltlea abd great , a,clty.for a wide ranV. of wrkT It I. thi lJEZZX(S?i XT.
vlpie anil in H nt or coualiuetlon. L It once and you
Why will you suffer with Dyspep
sia and liver complain, Constipation,
and general debility when you can get
at our store Shiloh's System Vitalizer,
which we sell on a positive guarantea
to cure you. Trice 10 cts. and 75 eta.
For sale by J. W. Houghton. ll-l-ly
side Liberty St.
Domestic Cottons st astonishingly low
prices. The best bleached cotton at 6J
cents ever ottered at tnat price, reeness
wraps at 20 cents.
A very complete stock of
. Belling lower than ever.
Cloths and Cassimeres
In unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make up to order at prices that cannot
fail to please ; consisting of Overcoatings
and Suliiuga for men and- children's wear.
Also a very lanre assortment of Ladies'
Cloaklngs and an unusually large stock of
neaay-maae cioaxs irom S2.oU upwards.
fhe following : Cal! and see it
Our winter stock of
Comprises a fine assortment of custom
made Clothing, at prices so much below
those previous to the war ss to astonish any
whose memory may extend back so long a
time. Also Mats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Robes and horse Blankets very cheap.
In our purchases for our
BOOT, SHOE and RUBBER
department this season we have obtained s
larger and better selected stock of the newer
styles than ever before. We have Ladles',
Misses' and Children's 8hoes, also Hen's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below any former figurea. In
fact in all departments prices are more fay.
orable for the purchaser than have been
known for years.
The citizens of Wellington snd vlclnjty
will do well to look over our stock before
purchasing. We will try to please all in
showing goods and making prices satisfac
will nae no other. Active Accnta wanted In ti.l.
nST aHTar las roHesS Extra aUac- Orty
-4 liaatal - 4fMfc I Krpptasl I'rtttiaai
I a. . w- -.sur kls it-it UVtUlLKAltW fcttvt' l.
Js..tii. v ,r rity. ItsuaUifc r-ny Ibcir
r-w 1 :-. 1 1 elaW atrf . i n I tw world.
1 war.- ut trry mis fafrriard Mtirnf hs-outt-tiU
IMlffO at b'lH.f WW, CairsjtM Haft
uaat Cat turlacs require u uleat-
last tnetu. Isvafji bu. nas '1 rade-mark ot tire auk importer
vwasaa as bssmssvs as wf awe m.
Over 30 Different
And about the same or
And For Sale at
"CHEESE PRICES." : 1
J. W. WILBUR.
A latrn. llaW anal MsnnlofSI OnMai ww
WdUOck, CO tain.njt. Wiia imB
Alksww tlaat .ai MM.nav ..-A.. X
-jsSf.!? competent Wo roan hood. Select, cm est
xinjniHi vi v (rgiuiiy. irnr
pefBsnvnts, cocunat bleaiW fatximpatj-
Dia. bltfrilitW in WonsM Mnaa ssaajt
trt-auncni, Atlnce to bridrouin, Advice to ha.bada
Advic to vivea, Prostitution, it eaiuea, Celebae an
Main mo n eonipand, CotttfrsU dnttv. Conception, Con
fliscment. Lore and Courtship, linpsniiaacntatuMarrlan.
m mat and female, Kcinc ut Krnroduction, Single lire
eonaklered, law of Maniar. 1-aw of lMvoreeVXenTiHcata
of tnamed vptnen, etc, (Deluding Tliaoaana peculiar to
women, their can and treatment. A book for privat
and conaideuttreadtna; ot 3UO pajces, Wuk fill flats fcn- '
gnnngt, bj mail, aeaied for 60 cent.
jli VThf rivatc Mod tea I Atfv.awr."
on sfypHilU, Qonorrhce, Git-et, btrlctnre.Vartcoeel.
re-, aiao on 8 permati orheca. Sexual DabUity, and Im
potency, from Salt-abuse and Kxceaaes, causing Seniiaal
millions, Nerrotsenesa. Avrmion to Society, Confusion of
Jdeaa, Phvaical decay, Uioinossof aiyht, Dftwrtiw lirmory.
Xoae ot Scnai Power, etc. makm nwrriae improper
orL,l??,p"t irmiyr treatment, and rreat many
Tamable receipts for the cure of ail privita disriaaa
aize, orer 60 pota, tn) centa.
lector o Kan hood end Womanhood, 10 eerrtsTt or
11 three in one nice! bound Yoluiue, $1. They contain
600 pare and urer 10 Illustrations, embracing: every
tbiar on the zenersiiv evatcm that if worth knowTca;, and
much that ia not publiiht-d in any other work. The com
bined volume ii noaittveiy th Ust popular Medical Book
published, astd those dissatisfied after RcttinK It can hare
their money rrtundrd. The. Author Is an c Xpert enoed
riiyt tcmn of many yrars practice, fas is well known.) and
the advice tr.reo, and Kuies for treatment laid downvwiil
be found of reat value to tSt.ee aiifferwjc from impurities
of toe system, early error,'ft vigor, or any ot the numer
ous troubles comim; nndcr Utc head of PrWate" r
Chrome" .t!e8o. Sent In finjr-e vo'umea, or comple-.
In one, ior Price tu stomp. Silver or Currency. (Consul
taiion eui.SJvutial, aud U-ft-r are prwpr!v and tankly
arrewerM wrtH-rat char-e.) Adrtrcnt Dr. Buttl Dipn
ssry. 13 2 8th St-, sc Louis, ilo. (SstabUahod
lTfor sattt fry News Deaforc. AGENTS wanted.. .
Kf.im Hh to .-J fail., &cir name. ra.l add ream. 1
act fl.neby aurts them ihox ther will Iram
.un.-,rT.I1T ... . lr ai VaVH iZ.SC"!- Xv OS - 'TTTS
Ts Prasens and Beautify Your Homes Us
GTJTTA PEECHA FAX2TT,
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
forWood, Iron, Stone or Brick Structures,
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
Tor Sample Colors and Price Lilts (FREE) to
GUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 356
Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. Ohio.
xiSlyl For sale X,j Everett tt Starr.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SfJSiS
A Osks of SapoSe, a Sawl of water sad a brash, cloth ot
KOCSS ttKlSnS am aaaj mm ' . .
WIUCLKSS aUEBU. MiMili. Taalia aaS WiSanj
will clxax oil curraa, riMM,m.im, a
WILL CLUI BAT TUBS, W
WILL CLEA CUOCIOT,
WILL CIXaM E ITCHES STEX8ILS .fell 1
WILL CLE13 WISBOWS vllkataptaU9r.
will rousa th, nnwaai cintnuM-
W1LL rOLZSB SUITES M jmm njh Ikttv
WILL CLBAS all MhiiEiH Artkh. A. la
at AE CJiEATEa Ikam Saafs E-T.
Price lOc. Por Cako.
Fur ule ty Dc. S. ii. Emerson.
frtvate Hospital. 90S
S.Clark SL.i'a lease,
Private, Cnreait) aad
Ladies aad Gentle-,
men, seed en dollar ,
far sample f asset
rsbtir roods, aad I
MU 7 asaiL If yate
riae at Katare, Pbial
elecy f Merrtace, Or
: a wealth as
ctsoioe and ralaabto la-
C lata art
ia! t goad taate
tie Pemale Pills, IS
per bsuc private
a and aarss aar
Ladies dorias mbv
pabsiabasl. K aatily
Address. Dr. A. O.
P?, SOS Clark St.
BestQaaIlty. Perfect FltUnr. '
WAMS17TTA HlibUrW a BEST IRISH IXSTui
aUKPS CliSTOaS 8HI&TS. itm.
il (laul old slat. bteu m. wttk
Hend address on postal card for samples aaat
circulars with ilr 1rm fnr arlf mcaaui 11 11 11 ill
; I B I ; II T B KO-r II fcHM, wo W.sth St. Clnelnnatl.O
6tia lAlla. AMfra. SAlOUwet.at.AXmla.ato.
Parfamo the Breach,'
mads offenalvs by.'
tt uasarrn, uecayea 'wa,
Foul Stomach, ota., As.
ra and Soeakera win find
them to give Immediate relief and a clear voice.
uooa ior (Jtuiaren ; also img am nu wiu
nae them ; especially Young Ladies and Men.
Sold brail lrTiOTistsaCorLfeetiotwsarv6.
TRIX. M'f'g Ca, Rochester, N.Y.
For sale by Dr. S. B. imerson.
TOE GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDT 1
Gbat's Specific MBCicma
-RADE MARK. Is eapeetally TaAOtWAJt
reovMiw. . . .
as aa unfailing
car. for Sawi-
H p s a m AToa-
KBKA, iMPOTrlC- '
rr and all dis- 1
nm that fol
low ss a se--tooi-
Before Taking qnenee ob 8eif ftej Tsking.
of Memory, Universal Lasaitude. Pain la the Back,
Dimnesa of Vision. Premature Old, Age. and many
other diseases that lead to insanity. Consnnrption
and a Premature Grave, all of which aa a rule are
Brat caused by derlatirg froir the path f nature
aitd over lndnlce. The Speotfle afsdieiaidis the
resot of a life of study and many years of eiper
iei.ee in treating these special diseases.
Full particulars In oar pamphlets which we de
sire to tend free by mail to every o
The Hi eclflc Medicine is sold by all Drupgists at
SI per package, or aix packages for S5, or will D
sent by mail oa receipt of themnaay by addreaalag
j THBGBSY MKDIOISBOO., -
- Ko. 10 Mechanirs' Block. DrrnoiT, Mic.
ISoid in Wellington by 8. B. Kmeraoa, and all
Druggiats everywhere. .
Btrtng, Cobb Co.. Wnoleaale Agents. Clave
and. Ohio. il-SS-lJ