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Thuraday, March 13, 1870.
J. W. HOUGHTON, ;M.H. HOUGHTON,
A farmer near Tiffin. Ohio has been
badly swindled bj signing kit name aa
agent for waahera. i Next! .
. UaaaachnaetU and Maine pay their
mala taacfcera more thaa- doable what
they do their female teachers; the Semi
nole Indians and the Choctaw half-
reread in civilization pay male and fe
male teacher alike. . -
Since the paaaage in 1873, of a bill by
the Illinois Legislature . making women
eligibl to all the school offices in that
state, ten woman hare served a four
years' term as County Superintendents,
and several were re-elected in 1877.
There was a great tumble in wheat at
Chicago last Friday, as many as 4 ,"000
000 bushels being sold and at rates 5 or 6
cents below the previous quotations. ' A
forged dispatch from New York supposed
to hare been instigated by Chicago par
ties caused the panic.
The last week's Springfield Republic
has three pages deroted to the County
Commissioners' investigation into the
management of tne Clark Co.. Children's
Home, in which it was found that the
ambitious newspaper reporters of the
Sunday News failed to discriminate be
tween what was trustworthy and that
which was plainly otherwise, and so pub
lished the grarest charges against pub
lic officers and private character which
could not bs sustained and were proven
false in every particular.
The Chagrin Falls Exponent says that
probably no cheese factories in that vi
cinity will open before Hay 1st., and the
buyers wiJ not buy any cheese made be
fore that date.
S. Straight & Son, of Hudson, say that
instead of having 75,000 cheese on hand
now, they handled daring the entire sea
son only 61,000, and have now on hand
less than 14,000. It has been going the
rounds of the newspapers that they had
75,000 on hand ih February. ; .
A writer in the Cincinnati Commercial
contributes a long article from which we
"East Liverpool, . Ohio bases - her
claim of being the 'Staffordshire of
America on the following facta; eleven
Rockingham and yellow ware potteries
with twenty-six kilns; seven white ware
potteries with twenty-seven . kilns; three
C. C or cream color ware, the cheap
white ware used in many hotels, with
eight kilns; two knob potteries with
three kilns; three -decorating establish
mentsone connected with Knowles,
Taylor and Knowles' pottery with three
kilns; pee establishment manufacturing
encaustic tile with one kiln, and an ex
tensive flint and spar mill, .where flint
and spar are ground and prepared foi
use, with one kiln in all seventy kilns,
many of them having a capacity to hold
. r.ram tn ptacas or ware
Leading English potters say that Ohio
la making better ware than England ever
made or can make because we have bet
ter feldspar and better aeggar clay. The
latter will stand a much higher degree of
heat than any clay found in England, and
our feldspar surpasses theirs in color as
well as in every other material element.
Recent discoveries in decoration are to
be put in practice in the white ware
potteries and our children may not have
to hunt about for odd pieces of Wedge-
wood to find treasures in ceramio art, but
will, as loyal Buckeyes prize a handsome
set of 'K. T. & K. 'Knowles, Taylor
A Knowles' more than any that could
be made of foreign clay. - .
. Trust.' '
Few Christian believers constantly
bear in mind the promises, so as to be
lifted securely from the ruts of care.and
kept free from the anxieties that hinder
cheerfulness, spiritual growth and the
highest usefulness. If we could consider
what a mere speck in a lifetime are moat
of the burdens of to-day; could rcmem
ber that the vexations and disappoint
ments or afflictions that distressed us at
such a time and such a time one year,
five years or ten years ago.neither killed
us nor lasted forever, bat were, with lit
tle or no intervention of our own, di
verted from us by the changing events
of God's providence, how much worry it
would save us. ' And then again in the
long run how impotent has been the most
of our planning; how In this way and
that our hopes have been defeated, our
ambitions have come to nought. The
things we had looked for have not trans
pired;whlle on the other hand blessings
unexpected, mercies greater than our
faith have been granted, afflictions that
we.hadno power to avert have been
turned aside, and the darkest skies have
cleared to star-light or circled on to a
diviner day. . ' - " '
Ah I to how manv Taith has been .
, No evidence of thing unseeo.
Bat a dim shadow that recasts
The creed of the Phantaslasts,
For whom do Man of Sorrows died,
For whom the Tragedy Divine
Was bat a symbol ana a si ra, .
- And Christ a phantom crucified.
Wa mav know a rood deal . of the
causes that destroy life, and. have fre
quent observation of the indications and
of the fact of death; we may be able to
regard it as mitigated by the consolations
of the Christian faith, yet it is still a
dread and awful mystery.
The separation of the soul from the
body, the transition'from activity and
consciousness to the Indifference and
tranquility of death, we can no more
understand or explain than we can com
prehend and define the infinite.
When we know that it is very near our
friends, that their sufferings we can no
longer palliate, that the cold that en
wrap them will creep steadily upward
in spite of our efforts, that the fatigue
of which they speak is nature's final ex
haustion, we feel so helpless in Its pres
ence.' One moment they may speak to as and
the next we only note that the breath is
shorter, the poise' feebler, it flutters,
tops, and life is done; past human ex
pedient to restore, past human entreaty
Death is so irresponsive! It smites us
so, that placid face, the folded hands
and quiet heart, already unmoved by
tears or grief, or words of woe, or sense
of others' loss, or tenderness. - We can
not bear that death so soon should make
a breach In love and sympathy, ' that in
its rest and serenity they should forget
us and our weight of suffering. How
soon earth's pain is all removed, every
trace gone from lip and cheek and brow,
and what in life was beautiful death glo
rifies. Is this the form that so lately
moved among us, familiar to our daily
sight, now wrapped about in .such mys
tery T That mist of flowing hair is it the
same that,yielding to brush and plait,we
daily wrought into shining braids and
confined its golden length with rib
bons to match the azure of her eyes?
Statuesque face and perfect hands.every
curve and line so full of grace; this clay
so lately oar chief care, so lovely and
painless now could it have been of the
earth? It seems like sacrilege to touch
it now. Is it to teach as a new lesson of
the mutability of all earthly things that
the sublimest beauty should be reached
only at the threshold of corruption f
Such a dsy snd such a day.but a week
or a month ago.we recall that they were
with us enjoying what made us happy,
interested in our pursuits, troubled with
what perplexed us, sorry if we were
grieved, affected by the same influences
that make others merry or sad. We count
the days since they were borne away,
jealous of each that shall in any measure
dim the memory of our beloved. We
can hardly bear the thought that they
have no farther need of us. Such a lit
tle time ago we were all in all to them.
and now no want of theirs appeals to
our quick sympathies or nerves us to
loving service in their behalf.
The things they liked, the articles they
used, the garments worn by oar dead.
how vividly these recall them. In the
hashed silence we listen for a footfall
that never comes.wait for a greeting that
will nevermore be spoken, for the ca
ressing touch of a gentle hand, for the
sound and song of a voice that is still.
Life that was so full of care, and often
so anxious for their sake,is comparative
ly empty and ambitionless now. So
many hopes are buried with them. Into
Heaven's rest and new soul-delights
knowledge of earth's sorrows may not
intrude. The joys they have entered
through the baptismal of death, even
for love's loyalty should not be marred.
Since no word of oars may reach them,
and no afterthought of affection change
in any. way their happiness or welfare,
naught remains for us but to cherish
with loving remembrance the good they
did, the pleasant ways in which they
made us hppy, their graces of heart
and mind and person, and more than all,
the tender recollection of their attach
ment to us whose lives are maimed by
loss of them. : '
Then there are the dear ones that are
left;what a relief to sore hearts that there
are still those whom we can make happi
er, who need as. " The suffering, the
helpless, the improvident, the discour
aged we have always with us, if we look
for them. The near duty must for the
time eclipse the want and woe outside,
but helping others is Ood's remedy for
healing our own heart-aches.and it would
be a pity indeed if sympathy were ever
consumed by sorrow. The great human
family are all children in one sense and
never outgrow their need of each other's
fostering help and kindly care.
Peace has been declared in the Crouch
There is one case of lung fever, two
of scarlet fever and several oases of
mumps reported in our little burgh.
Oar winter term of school closed last
Saturday. It has been conducted by Mr.
Frank Aid rich who has taught a most
successful term, giving satisfaction to
both parents and children.
We understand that Dr. E. Britton
who has just returned from the lectures
with his diploma intends to commence
practice in this town. Success to you.
County Surveyor L. F. Ward was in
town last week surveying the farm of
the late John Shaw. It is to be divided,
the part lying east of the road having
neen purchased oy jar; uueu, ox jnat
ham who will take possession the first of
April. The remaining part lying west of
the road has been purchased by Messr.
Levi Smith and J. C. Barlow, it lying
contiguous to their farmi-. ' We have not
been informed of the exact number of
acres in each piece.
We commend the enterprise of Messrs
WQlard and Jay Hart; who have recent
ly imported from Pennsylvania some
thorough-bred Holstein cattle.
The history of Lorain county will be
embellished with engravings of the resi
dences of Elisha Sheldon, W. W. Pen-
field. Mrs. Beri Andrews, Oren Starr Sr.,
and 8. Goodyear, with portraits and
autographs of the proprietors and their
The family of Rev. Roberts are visit
ing relatives in Delaware, Ohio.
Myron Penfield has gone to Philadel
phia with a car-load of cows.
Services at the Baptist church Sabbath
P. M., conducted by the pastor of the
Baptist church of Litchfield.
We are now enjoying the sweetness of
the swear-making season. Several of our
farmers have opened their sugar-buches
with fair prospects for a good season.
We are also enjoying a season of fine
roads which all who live in the neigh
borhood of Wellington know fall well
how to enjoy and that is, not be caught
out on the billowy or (bottomless) waves
There are quite a number of sick in
this neighborhood at present. His. Ho!-
comb is very sick. Uncle Isaac Scott is
suffering considerably from a rail ne got
whUegoing down cellar, which broke one
or two ribs and otherwise injured him,
and we are informed that Wm. Mansor
is very sick, his being a severe case of
diphtheria. Dt nuts Clawson is laboring
under a fit of temporary insanity. Will.
lam Blues is under the doctors care, also
is Mrs. Geo. Gigner.
' An accident occurred Saturday morn
ing which caused the death of the only
child of Mr. and Mrs. Winans.
Our school closed Friday, although not
altogether satisfactory to teacher and
pupils. We do need strict discipline in
our school and until such is enforced no
great benefit can be derived therefrom.
We are asxea to inquire wno is our
State Fish Commissioner and where to
address him. Finis.
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Is the winter over and gone? - Truly
the singing birds have come, i
- We have been asked to inquire If the
dairymen's resolutions have all been
Renters and wild geese are seen mov
ing to day
Sugar-makers are busy.
It can now be truthfully said that pack
peddlers and tramps are traveling up
and down the earth.
How does the public pulse beat for a
' Is it because some people take time by
the forelock, or because we are to have
a sheep show this fall, that some choice
ones are being shorn?
There are several severe cases of
mumps in town. Some of them are old
enough and know enough to have had
them long ago.
A pleasant baptismal service was en
joyed in. the baptistery of the Baptist
church on Saturday by a union of three
churches. - Pastor Fox of the Baptist
church and Pastor Rice of the Congrega
tional Church were the administrators.
Bro, Rice's short acquaintance among
us has made him many friends. "Behold,
how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell
together in unity." The ordinance was
again administered on Sabbath at the
close of morning service. , S.
Republican e r Democrat?
Which shall vi xlkct at oub
. sprxho xxicnoit?
Wellington though one of the strongest
Republican townships in the county, has
always been liberal in giving local offices
to members of the Democratic party and
especially for the past few years, as the
Republicans were willing to be generous
in proportion to their strength, provided
it waa consistent with, and involved bo
surrender of principles. . But while this
has been done, would it not be well to
stop and consider whether it is a wise or
judicious thing to do. Are there any
Republicans in Wellington who are wil
ling to vote for men for any office who
belong to a party whose Representatives
in Congress have been eulogizing that
arch-traitor and rebel, Jefl. Davis, and
have a!so tried to have that Benedict Ar
nold of this age, pensioned by a govern
ment which he with others, have for
years tried to destroy, a man who is re
sponsible for more human suffering than
any one who has ever lived on this conti
nent? To pension the rebel soldiers
would not be a greater crime against
justice, or a greater insult to the loyal
men of this nation, yet that is just the
very thing which thea Democratic party
have tried to do. "Shall we Repub
licans place any man in office to repre
sent us who voles and is identified with
a party that makes ne distinction be
tween the vilest treason and the grand
est loyalty. Reason and justice alike
demand that henceforth we should de
clare that Republicans alone shall have
offices if they ate worthy and let us see
to it that none otbeia are nominated.
The very air is laden with the per
fume of boiling sap. This week will
prove a fine harvest for sugar-makers.
B. F. Rickett met with quite an acci
dent last Tuesday in the mill. While
cleaning away the sawdust from a wheel
his fingers were caught in the cogs, but
luckily no bones were broken.
Quite a number of our citizens have
been spending a few days in Ashland
L. Ingraham & Son are busy invoicing
John Reed the blacksmith has deter
mined to leave Sullivan again. His fu
ture residence will be in Orange. And
now if John leaves the query is, "Who
will blow the bass-drum?" Rogers says
he will do it u they'll only give him the
That report which you never received.
was sent up by a friend. Perhaps he
acted the part or a prooi-reader and
thought the article not fit for publication
Well, such might be the case for we did
tread on his toes a little. A word to the
wise, etc., etc.
A goodly number of Christian people
of our town attended the baptism at
Huntington. It seems too bad to have
to go alt the way to Huntington when a
few dollars would fit up the baptistry
It is an old proverb that "experience
is a dear teacher.". Some of our dairy
men can vouch for the truth of this, but
we think they have at last aroused them,
selves and dont intend to be bull-dozed
any more. That's generally the way,
wait until the horse is stolen, then lock
the stable door. We have heard nothing
but grumbling and growling ever since
the failure of John Clark, and still the
farmers go on and give others just the
same chance to swindle them that he
had. Farmers, why don't you take the
reins in your own hands now for a while?
Plant your banner where you want it
and II the factory-men can t marcn up
to it, let them fall out or the ran as.
- Mr. Editor. In your issue of two
weeks ago "Republican" wrote in favor
of party candidates tor village officers
Let me tell you that that strikes an old
line Democrat. It is claimed that in all
places where our party is in the ascend
ency we invariably put up men of our
own party. Admitting this to Detrue,
does it follow that it is right?
The Democratic party is an old party
The maxims of the fathers have come
down to it from generation to generation,
have been made more and more binding
by convention after convention enacting
precedent after precedent until we can
not throw on the burden oi mis, to us.
unwritten constitution. Theso maxims
contain many errors, bat are so engrafted
in the work and lire or tne party, so in
wrought with principles that we deem
sacred and true, that while the best of
us see and know they are wrong the
many, the mass, believe in and tolluw
blindly the leaders who never tire of
shouting the party whoop, 'To the vic
tors belong the spoils!"
Let us here in Wellington, Republic
ans as well as Democrats adopt the moie
humane and sensible plan of the Golden
Rule which in politics develops into mi
nority representation. And how, I ask,
can we get the minority representation
better or easier or fairer than for all of
us. Republicans, Democrats snd Float rs
to meet in common caucus and select the
best men for the places regardless of
party. It is conceded by all. that our
town has been well kept In the past. Our
councilinen have been efficient and trust
worthy. Perhaps tho- reputation our
town has for cleanliness and general
thrift above other towns may be due in
fart if not wholly to the fact that party
ines have been ignored. No one will
deny that we Democrats have always in
the past done our part in the burden
som work of the council or of any other
Board Where we have had representation.
We have even supplied a man to fill the
Mayor's place when for any reason the
present incumbent failed to put in an
appearance. Let us meet then as citizens
with a common interest the best good
of our village elect the men who have
no axes to grind, no supplies to furnish,
and Wellington will continue to be what
she has always been the best managed
town on the Reserve.
DR. C: HcIaANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fTTHE countenance is pale and leaden-s-
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure .semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva-, slimy or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive; stools slimy;
not unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURT"
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. McLANE'S Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C Mc
I.ane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. McULNXTS
are not recommended as a remedy ' for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affection
of the liver, and in all Bilious Complaints,
Dyspepsia and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are nneqnaled.
BEWAKE Or MITATIOSa.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
(he impression Dr. Mc Lane's Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C
McLane and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C Mc
Lane's Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the. market being
full of imitations of the name ilcLMne,
spelled, uulerenuy but same pronunciation.
Is an internal and external rem
edy, for the cure of all diseases of a nerv
ous nature, deriving its curative properties
from a combination of the BEST MEDI
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perience in the treatment of diseases has
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CAN BE CURED;
So many instances when seme casta of Rheu
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ous Headache, et-x, have been entirely cued by
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will cnic every eaaa if used aa we direct.
The cores performed has astonished the med
ical profession, as well as the patients them
selves, wis la aaaay hum bum! a-lvca
aa all aape af ever betas; camL
The Curative is put up In large bottles far
family use, and no family should bs without it.
For Barns, SewMa, Cats, Waaada,
Blaediaa, Taataaeae, Earache, Sara
Throat, Diphtheria, Catarrh. Bawel
all Herveas Plaea.ee. It 1st the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN.
Do not suffer pain when you can be so easily
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instreas rrooi Dyspep
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In tba Month. Coated
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h I I V
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CARTER MEDICINE C0 Prep", Erie, Pa.
SMee Vials by Mall for one dollar.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
HEAD WHAT HE SAYSl
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Piles. Laat &pring your Pills were recommended
tome; I used them (but with little faith). I
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tion perfect, regular stools, piles gone, and I
hare gained forty pouTuds solid flesh. They am
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Kit. B. L. BIMPoON, Louisville, Ey.
A TORPID LIVER
Is the frnitfnl soaice of many diseases, snch aa
Dyspepsia, Eick Headache. Costlveness, Dysen
tery, Bilious Fever, Ague and Fever, Jaundice,
Tntfs Pills exert a powerful influence on the
TJ vertnd will with certainty relieve that Impor
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The mpidlty with which persons taceon flesh,
wbUeunder the influence of these pills, of itself
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hence their efficacy In curing nervous debility,
dyspepsia, wasting of the mtuclea, sluggishness
of the II ver, eh ran Ic const I pat Ion. and Imparting;
health and strength to the system.
On ! with reeularitvof the bo we la can erfw-
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rea. vnen tne constipation Is of
single dose of TUIT'S PILLS
t if it has become habitual- onn
recent date, a
will suffice, hot
Kll should be taken ry night, gradually Immq
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ReM Everywhere, aa Cemta.
onic& m innuLix sr. nw toi&
' For Scrofula, ana an
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Its ingredients aro so skilfully
combined that the full alterative
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to children, it is still so effectual oi
to purge out from the system those
impurities and corruptions which
develop into loathsome disease.
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from its cures, and the confidence
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experience of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues
have accumulated, and are con
stantly being received, and as many
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they furnish convincing evidence of
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over every other alterative medicine.
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.Practical aaaT AntytUmX Caeaaiste.
SOLD BY AU DltUQCISTS KVKHYWH ERK.
B.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedmau.
Especial attention given to the
Preservation of tlie
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted upon all the various bases
known to the profession.
WALL WORK WARRANTED.
OFFICE IN BAXK BUILDING.
. , Tho Friend of All !
I hsd no ahpetlte; HoHoway"s Pills gave me a
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'I cave one of yonr Pltls to my babe for cholera
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"My nausea of a morning- Is now cured.
Your box of Holloway's Ointment cured me of
notnrs In the head. 1 rubbVd some of your Ointment
behind the ears, and the noise has Icft-
Send me two boxes; 1 wast one for a poor family.
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medicine to me la worth a doilar.
"Send me are boxes of your Pills."
a Xet me have three boxes of your Fills by return
mall, for Chill, and fever.
I hare over sno such tetlmonlats as thes. but
want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Dixonler,
And sll eruptions of the skin, this OI tment Is most
Invaluable. It does not heal externally al -ne, hut
penetrates with ihe most searching effect to the very
root of the evil.
Possessed of this Remedy, every man
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any internal complaint; by these means
It cure' Sores or Ulcers in the Throat,
Stomach, Liver, Spine, or other parts.
It is an Infallible Remedy for B id Legs,
Bad Breasts. Contracted or Stiff Joints,
Gout, Rheumatism ar.d all skin disease.
TirpoaTAirr CArnoic. Xone are genuine unless the
signature of J. Haviiocs. aa ascent for the United
States, surround, each box of I'll la and Ointment.
Boxes at 25 cents, 62 cents and SI each.
tVThere Is considerable sarins hy talcing the
HOLLOW AT a CO.. New York.
Do not neglect to care for anil 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 the time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and they begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gum and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Rubber.
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. 0-3 m
II01.BROOK Brothers. D. D. S.
XTew Fension Law.
All PewlonaW by new law. begta bsck at day of
dlKhanr Kejrcted cdaes also re-pened. Pension
era add appllcanta, send two stamps (or new law,
blanks ana Instruction to
K. W. FITZGERALD. Box 868, 'Washington, D. C
If yoo are la want of anythlns la the way of
GUNS, RIFL.ES, REVOLVERS,
Ptatola Amnnltloo. Gnn Material. Vtahlna TacTrlA.
or any other Fine Sporting Uoodspleaso wrlto for
my Larv- Illustrated Catalogue aml Prl-e Mil which
I mall free. Yours truly, JOHNSTON'S Gbsat
Wasraaa lua woaas, ritisDuriu, r. am
Custom: -Shirts I
The Best Enown to tlie trade.
........ - -- - - .... . - - - - per Doz.
Utica IT. Y. Mills, or Wansutta, 2200 Linen, $25.00
" " - 2300 " 23.00
" " . " 2000 " 20.00
1700 " 17.00
If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading shirt company of America
and does the bulk of the custom work in New York and other
eastern cities. We furnish a nicer shirt and from $3.00 to
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the small factories and guarantee
perfect fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York
-A. M. PITCH.
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.'s
FALL & WINTER DHY GOODS.
Of every style and quality, at prices to suit
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
Silks, 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.
Our stock of Ladies' Foreign and Domes
tic Dress Goods is very full and complete,
and at prices that cannor fail to satisfy the
demands of all.
Domestic Ginirhams in large quantities
from ten centa to a shilling.
Prints in great variety, from foor to eight
We have the exclusive sale of
Foreign and Domestic Shawls a fine as
sortment selected with great care.
Our ILlnezx Stoclr.
Table Linen from 25 cents upward. Nap
kins unprecedently low. TowellnRB of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very floe stock, dome as low as
four cents each.
We carry a full line of notions consisting;
of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs. La
dies' Neck Wear, etc, also a very large
stock of Robert's Needlea 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
An agent wanted in this locality to 6upply the rapid demand !
NOTHING SUCCEEDS 112.3 SUC3E3 S
The former high priced machines EEDUCED to
TWENTY DOLLARS !
Thoroughly warranted and sent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And ao obligation to keep one. If aot bztob thaa any machine yoa ever hsd.
Every Family can now own a First-clasa Sewing Machine!
The Old Favorite and Eeliable STANDARD
iSe-wing Machine 820.
A KNOWLEDGES NO SuPERTOB ! ! !
We cannot make ft better machine at any . price.
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A Strictly First-Class Double Thread Lock Stitch Machine, more complete In equipments thaa
CO any atlter, and combining- all Uu late improvements, with the old and well-tried qualities J
3d FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR. ft'
. , A Faithful Family Sewtne; Machine In every sense of the word that runs smooth and does every descrip
tion of plain or fancy aewlun with ease and certainty aottrona; and weil made, and so thoroughly tested
while In use for years In Thousands of FainltU-fl. that eacb machine that leaves our Factory la warranted for
five yeara, and kept In order five of charge. Money Refunded at once If not perfectly Satisfactory. Ri
dcccd is Puci Fas Down Below all other Machines. No extras to pay for. Each Machine Is ac
companied by a more complete outfit of numerous and useful attachments fjr all kinds of work (free of
extra charge) than is given with any other machine at any price. The Standard Machine has more good
qnalltles than those of double the price. Limit and Kast Kunniko. a child can use It- Stroxs amd
DraaBLB. never out of order. Rapid and certain la execution. No useless Cogs or Cams to wear out or
make a noise. Will Last for Years. Is ready In a moment, and understood In an hour. Mskes the
Double Thread Lock Stitch, alike on both aid's of the goods from cambric to leather, uses a Short, Straight
and Strong Needle. Extra Loirg, Large, eanlly threaded Shuttle. With New Avtomatio Tanslos. Large
Bobbins capable of holding one hundred yards of thread. A Large Strong Machine with great width of aim.
giving It many desired qnalltles and great capacity for a wide ranee of work. It la the beat machine In prin
ciple and In point of construction. Lae It once and yoa will use no other. Active Asents wanted In tots
county to receive orders and deliver machines. Kxtra lnducments offered Clergymen. Teachers, Business
Men, etc Illustrated Book, samples of work, with price list, etc.. free. Kate delivery of goods guaranteed
to any part of the world, Acdress, STANDARD SKW1NO MACHINE CO.. BHOADWAY CLINTON
PLACE, New York. 12-eyl
Why will you suffer with Dyspep
sia and liver complain, Constipation,
and general debility when yon can get
at our store Sliiloh's System Vitalizer,
which we sell on a positive guarantee
to cure you. Price 10 cts. aud 75 cts.
For sale by J. W. Houghton. 11-16-ly
Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
prices. The best bleached cotton at 6!'
cents ever offered at that price. Peerless
wraps at to cents.
A very complete stock of
Selling lower than ever.
Cloths and Cassimeres
In unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make up to order at prices ihat cannot
fail to please; consisting of Overcoatings
and Suitings for men and children's wear.
Also a very large assortment of Ladies'
Cloakiugs and an unusually large stock of
Kcaay.iuaue uiouks irom upwards.
the following : Call 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 as to astonish any
whose memory may extend back so Ions; a
time. Also Hats, 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 a
larger and better selected stock of the newer
styles than ever before. We have Ladies',
ftlleses and Children's Bhoes, also Men's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below any former figures. In
facpin all departments prices are more fav
orable for the purchaser than have been
known for 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
tory. " O
1..-ST airtot-irrtaa-aia ldk--".
t.,,4 . u.trk I. naa-Sriaal
JH-tmn!k kyallLatUISal HMII
.Hla ..w Vii-lty. Cnaaidarltaf ttodr
-mUl'w, Hi eSfaafwln tli. warkt.
V- l.'ltMalli'iit.(lHiulu, SMalaeSaa.
TRASS MASK. U.. Ual blrtea rvquire no McertilliS .
lau tliam. Avety baa ua. i'rad-mark ot i!k tuU tiaporuss
lew warn. .OIU I. STKATTUJI C,tl..
t . n", j it j . f ,v
, -'i .
Over 30 Different
- - And abont the same of
J- "W7 Wilbur's,
And For Sale at
Respectfully Yours, v "
Wife, Ewidcfscea ot VuilnifT. Tm
Prmtuit4a, cotup-u.bU mui inromp-fcU-
ssBsasssaTstatsi mc, owniiiy iu women, csxumi ana.
Aiivitsj to bridvfrtHstn, pelvic to htMbaUMl.
bieniitj lu women, can and.
Milnmonv comparrd, Ccnfruffal duties, Coarpt ion. Con
flneront. lor and GmKalutt, Inianliimrots to Murta-re,
in mala and IVmala, Scicnc u KVprmiuctiun. Sins lite
conaidetYd, Law of Alarriafi. Lav ufDivorca. Ltal rizjua
or marnad wom, e-t, ineludinf Diseases- peculiar to
Women, their cantcs and ircattiscnt. A book fr private
and connderatr rvadinr ot 30 Dues. will, full FiVta -'-Crafin2t,
by mail, sealed Ibr 50 cenu.
mlJ' Medicral Av?ser,-
on vrenilia,Qonorrnosa. uieet, uuiotura.Varteoeelo.
ate also on Spermatterboea, Ecxual Xtobility.a-.d Im
potency, from 8ll-abue and Exct a, rmuainjt Sraunal
KraiMttms, NrrTmnkeaS. Ave rsion to Society, Confusion of
Ideas, Phrticaldeesy, liinneso4 sichu Infective Jirroorr.
Ioas of Sexual Powrr, tie. makai-t marriafre improper
or an happy, rivinr treatment, and a crest many
valuable receipts fer tha cafe of ail private ititfi.iiti
sua, over 50 plates, 50 cents.
. , ''Medical Ady'ice,"
a lectors on Manhood and Womanhood, 10 eertf : or
iiL.thr' ,n nieeiT bound volume, $1. They conula.
00 pa-res sod over 1O0 Illustrations, embracing erery.
thins on the renera'tve ystetn that is worth knowing, and
niuch that is oot pubiifhrd in anv other work. The com
btiied volame is -positively the brst Popular Medical Book
rnoi:shed, and t.'ioaeduM'i.fi.-d after ffeninx tt ran have
their money retundrd. The Author ! an rxpftrienced
Fnytnin of many y-ar prarttce, (as is wpII kuuvn.) and
the advice riven, aml Kutes ftr tmttnent laid down, will
be found of rrrat value 1 thorn atoritnt from impuritws
of the "TWMu, early errora. 'oa vigor, or any ot the nuni-T-out
troublra cum ins under tlia bead of 'Private" or
CnroDic" riiseaes.--- Sentln ine:vo umaoeennarifrte
in one, lor Pric in Miinp, Uver or Ourrei.ry. (Cuasui
Utjoq confiJriatai, end srttcre are pr ntnilr and tr-aekty
mswvrrd without ebar?.) Address. Dr. Butts' Dispevr
ury, 13 N. 6Ui St-, Su Louis, lo. (Established 1S47-)
fcj-i for tale by News Dealer. AQENTS wanted.
BtlTt RK to tend him their ranrtra and ddrevt,
aud h'rvby eures thctu that nv w-.'i Umrn m
Ta Prascm and Beautify Your Haass Use .
GT7TTA PEBCHA FAZ2TT.
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
forWood. Iron, Stone or Brick Structures.
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
for Sample Colors and Price Lists (FREE) to
CUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 356
Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. Ohio.
. xi31yl For sale by Everett & Starr.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
A Oaks ef SapoOo, a Twirl fwaSar sad
HOCS1 OAiSna a. mmmf wm Jo
wmcma rusrmt an !
WILL CLZlS Oil. CUTS3, FlMn, SWm,
StUCIUI Ml IO,lakSaka av
WU CLB1S ttOCtm, ffliiiisM,
will cms nmn rtpum at ail 1 m i, -wiitctm
WiarOUSS'Tl,rMSaCasiii'" ' -WUArSMSS'.
Barna as awa Ilia- "
WILL CLSal aB liiiSlllAHMia l.ila - -
BZTTSa aSB CSXaKS tfua Bmp, Ia7t Baftaa Staa
II Price lOo. Per Cako.
For (Mie oy Dr. S. 13. Ertcrson.
P rival Hwspitai. Ml
Iateu MIL Mtiu
Ttm ml Xaiara, rV
tacj mf Manias. Or
I1L 078 pcl ally, all I
Mruc, Cssi-wtte ajsd t
I bm. m w.n.r.ii...
LaMliea mud Aentl-1
IUIM.M ar ima aaa
Haiihood: a woltk t
lETrrs. and one dollar fl
for m-Im af basil
ribktr gMwIa, an
valosiba immrmatiom I
I ek-icx aaa Tahabkt ta-
1 1. bah wxea. Nthlac
rai.ll... r laanM
bTcxpma. RelisV D CC I and faaaiamk. lafia
tie KtmaW 1-itta, & U rv I aaaltati a r Wot
prr bax. RHTaVtaD paUlakaal. Hm faaul
baaaa IUM for I ttbaaM aa vHlMtt li
ladta. dar.se mm- g I Qaddwaa. Pr. A. V
Beat Ooallty. PerfectTltUug. .
WAJ1STJTTA SniSliS A BEST IRlsH UNBu.
6fr Q Ci Kewp'a ParUy-Mad Dresa
O O ShlTts.only plalnscams to finish.
kjcf;i-8 cif8TO.H fcHiBi, T v. O fa
Made to measure eaaaadeaa. 13 07
Aa .mal i-H ..ta .1 a. tarttoM fr. vtth wmch BalfVtaaaa.
Send address on postal card for samples and
circulars with directions for self-measurement. ,
G1BCHT MltOTHUaJa, 1HO W.4lh bLOnclnnatl.O
Perfomtt the Breadt,'
ratuls off enslTe by
Catarrh, Decayed Teeth,
Foul Stomach, Ac, Ate
ClerRymen, Singers and Speakers will find
them to give immediate relief and a dkear TOico.
Good for Children ; sdso Young and Old should
use them ; especially Younir Ladiea aad Men. .
Bold by all Drngtrists a Conlsetl ssMra,SBrv8.
TRIX M'f 'a Co., Rochester, N.Y.
For sale by l)r. S. B- Kmeisoa.
THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMKDTl
Gbay's Specific Mdici
TRADEMARK. ,Ia aapeclally TAD1W.
recomme n u . u
as an unfailing
car for Sehi-
B r s a M A to a
ehka. laporrn- -
r-r and all dlS- -
easas that fol-4
Before Taiing qnsnos on sif After Taking.
of Memory, Universal La saitude. Patnia tta Back,
Dimnesa or Vision . Prematura Old. Age, and many
other diseases that lead to insanity, Consumption
and a Premature Grave, all of which as a'rnle are
first caused by deviating from the path of aatara
and over indulgence. The Sped fie Medicineiis tba
result of a U'e of study and many years of exper
ience In treating taeae special disease a ; ,
Fall particulars n our pamphleta whKn ws de
air. to send free hy mail to everyo :
The S eelBe Medicine Is sold hy all Druggists at
$1 per package, or six packages for S5, or will bo
aent by mail on receipt of the money by addressing
THE GRAY MRDICINB CO. ,
No. 10 Mechanics' Block. Drraorr, Mica.
tSTXo'A in Wellingtoa by 8. B. Emeraoa, aad all
Druggists everywhere. . ,
SUong, Cobb A Co., Wholesale Agents, devs
snd, Ohio. l-?0-1'