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Thursday, March 27, 1870.
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J. W, HOUGHTON, It. H. HOUGHTON,
i . "- - . . -. XDITORS.
O. C. C. & I. B. K- Time-table.
Trains leava "Wellington SUttoa M fol
Vol Cta, AM. Erereasand Vail .S:SS x. X.
,- Xa. a. B- Leal Ctactaaaa Braves,... 1:10 r.m.
Ha, a. XlsM Fiji i Mail. 8:57 r.M.
Ho. T. C"evelea liyxwnmodatloa. ........ ft:SO r. v.
Local Frslamta. 8:33 a. a. ud 5.J0 r. a.
Ko. . Kick TlUllis. Hon. 5:OA.M.
Xo, . L Loeis On. axprees Mall, ... i: r.x.
He. S-4taseaUal atzareaa, ...... ......... T:&1 r.
Vo. t-Omlud Aoaoouooiatlaa.. ....... 8:SSa.m.
liOOll Tllll ...... .3:lo7:OS r.m.
W. H. r&HKR. Aaeat.
DISCI FLU CHU Kt'H. Servis every Sabbath at
Kr-.SO A. II aad TrOO P. Ja. Sabbath Brbosl M 11
M. Prayer Meeting Thursday evenlera. W. B.
" Tbesspsoa, pastor.
COKGRKQATIOHAL CHTRCH. Services every
. Sabbath u 10:30 A. M. aad 7:OJ P. M. Sabbath
School at 12 X. Prayer UeeUac oa Thursday
lass. J A. Daly, pastor.
MKTHODI8T EPISCOPAL CHtXRCH. Services ev
. CTT Sabbath at 10:90 A. M. aad 7:OU P. M. Sabbath
Babbala School at IX X. Prayer MeeUac OB Thars
eay evtalaan. M. 8. Albricht, peator.
i Arrival and Departure of Malls.
- HACK LINKS.
- Oberfla, I Arrive Tweeter, Thursday end Saturday
PIUaBcld. ( at 0 A.M. LeareatlP. M.
5JJ55iei; j ArTlT mBt " i? ul m" 1,t "
V. - HmtlBctoa. Arrive Monday. Wednesday ud Trl
Sullivaa. day at 1P.M. Ive Tu-sdsy.Tbure-Polk.
J day Obd Saturday at 8:30 A. M.
Bprarcr, f Arrtve Treaday, Thursday and ater
Haiuarrtlle, day at 11 A. IL LeaTe at 1 P. M. .
Tbo address label oa ear b paper shows the data lo
which tko sabscrlber us paid, tbas:
Jerry smita . 1 jan .
StfalSes 'be Mr. Boitth has paid for his paper antn
January 1st, IMTa. Tlie snail lla la corrected weekly.
By eoaiulUae' the eddieae label every subscriber caa
tell la u tsjstaat how hta account standi, aad wheth.
'or ho hu received proper credit oa oar books.
KotJoes laaiilrd ra this eolana at toccata per Itaa
each lasi rtloa. ailalaa typo.-
New Lettuce, Onioca and Radishea hare
appeared fn toe market and are for aale at
"' R. J. Roblnaan'a.' ' - "
.Seemlnc'y Made Over New."
So writaa Captain Jocepb George after ns
Inc the "GonatitaUonal Catarrh Remedy."
Altboagh 71 years old and a sufferer for 25
. ynara, this great remedy entirely cored him.
The remedy Is fat sale by Ererett A Starr,
Wellington, and by Strong, Cobb A Co. of
L Ko Deception Used.
It la strange so many people win continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Ut
cr complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
: our store ShUoh's Tltaliser, free of coat if
It doe not cure or relieve them. Price 73
cents. , Sold by Ererett & Starr, Wellington.
S. O. Sweet announces to all who are
desirous of taking Music Lessons tbis
' summer that be will be ready to resume
bis clas about June 1st. Address Box
783, Oberlin, Ohio. 23 w 3
I had twelve stroke of Paralysis. My
leg, arm aad - toacue were useless; waa
obliged to nae a Catheter every day. Giles'
Liniment Iodide Ammonia ha cured me.
Will answer all Inquiries, so that all sfflictcd
- may know of IL' ---..--'
.. North Braanford, Conn.
Tar sal by all dro grists. Trial aire 23
cents. Bend for pamphlet to Dr. Giles, 130,
West Broadway, N. T. For sale by J. W.
Houghton, Wellington, Oslo.
'.' Handsome and very cheap line of
New Carpets just received at Willtam
Rininger's, and filing at from twenty
cents per yard upward according to
quality. 25 8 w
We Challenge the World.
When w say w believe, we have evidence
- to prove that Shlloh's Consumption Cure is
decidedly the best Lung Medicine made, in
a much aa.it win cure a common or chronic
'ouarh la on half the time and relieve Aath
. ma. Bronchitis, Whooping Couch,' Croup,
; aad show mora cases of Consumption cured
than all others. It will cure where they fail.
It Is pleasant to take, harmless to the young.
est child, and wa guarantee what we say.
, Trice 10 cents, SO cents and SI. If Your
lungs are sore, back or cheat lame, uae Shi
lob's Porous Plaster. Bold by Everett dt
' Starr, Wellington, Ohio.
. Ruptured, an artery in the right arm.
. Tried the most prominent surgeons in this
city without beaeftt. By accident I heard of
Dr. Ones linlmaat Iodide ' Ammonia. It
acted like magic. Am now well. -
W. Bros, Muaic Doctor,
' Organist Church of St. Xavter, Sixteenth
. Btseet, New Tork. -
Bold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet
to Dr. Giles. 130, West Broadway. N. T.
Tilal size 95 cents. Sold by J. W. Hough
ton, Wellington, Ohio.
o a Woa. Bininger bas just received di-
Net from the manufacturers the band.
I 'l somest tnd cheapest Wall Paper and
' . Decorations ever shown in Welllugton.
I Don't fail to see them before making
your purchases. 23 w 6
- r a aiaawaawBaaaasBaauaawaaaaBawaawaaa P -
i f .Cralned Twenty-five Pounds.
! - - j Nobtb Clvmsji, N. T.J Dec S4, 1875.
. DM. Bf. at. fmit, fredonla, N. T. -
Dear air: About a year ago my health my
, was so very poor that I was hardly able to
do business at alL I had no appetite, could
not aleep nights, coughed a great deal
aad bad, la fact, begun to contemplate the
necessity of closing np my buaineaa and go
ing to a different eUmate for my health. I
bad tried snoat everything recommended for
such rases but found no renef. I took five
bottlea of your Blood and Liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic and gained twenty-tra nounda
in weight aad feel myself as well as ever.
- J. ELNawBLL.
. - Sr. Fenner'a Blood and Liver Remedy
aad Nerve Tonic may well be called
"Tbo conquering hero' of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues" should take it, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
avatem that elves rise to them. It al
ways cures Billiouinea and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
; Xolargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all akin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
sad Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
sad strength when the system is running
dowa or going into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma-
. tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
aad all Luncr and Throat difficulties.
It-does these things by striking at the
root or disease and removing its cause.
Dr. Fenner'a Improved Cough Honey
will relieve an v couirh in one hoar. -
., Dr. Fenner'a Golden Relief cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colio or
head ache in 5 to 80 minutes, and readily
- reusves rheumatism, kidney-complaint.
- aiarrncB, aysentery. For sale ry ur. o
' B. - Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
. Dance Specific. One bottle always cures,
For sale by dealers.
Local and lliecolUaeous.
Brad beer lift 700 pounds. Next!
Headquarters for Gasoline with Frank
B. Sersge. 12 27 tf
Dr. C. 8. Holbrook returned to Shelby
-J. H. Wooleybss something to ssvatout
hardware in another column.
Farewell Services will beheld In the Old
Church next Sabbath, March SOth.
The Organ Concert In the new church will
be given on Tuesday evening, April 1st,
A. G. & G. L. Couch have new ad. In
this paper which It will pay you to look -over.
Read what J. W. Wilbur haa to aay this
week about the way to make and save money.
It waa imposslbla to make room for our
Sullivan letter this week. It wUI appear in
f 3. P. Hastings will occupy the brick
house of E. West Esq. on Cortland Avenue,
about April 1st.
A Mrs. Gable of Caledonia, O., died sud
denly on the morning of the dsy her golden
wedding wsa to b celebrated. -
Herbert Hall wDl move Into portion of
the bouse of H. B. Franks, on the corner of
Taylor and North Msin Streets, this week.
Spring Styles of Hats and Capiat
W. W. Hsrvey's. 25w4
The Social Union of the M. E. Church
desire to return their thsnks to Mrs. H. N.
Rock wood for the use of her piano at their
concert last week.
The substance of a letter from Spencer
concerning the temperance work was largely
covered by another pievloualy received and
already In type.
A full line of white and Colored
Shirts at W. W. lTarvey's. 23w4
Mr. P. D Dickenson, of Shelby who bss
had two years' experience in dental work bas
been engaged by Dr. Holbrook to assist him
the coming season.
The mother of the young man Fish, who
was killed at Rochester last week, died In
stantly and without Illness the next morn
ing after the funeral.
The bun-less eats very readily mix with
common oats snd cannot easily be cleaned
from foul seeds, and will not sell for twenty
five cents bushel where they are known.
The second term of the Union Schools
closes this week. The High School will hold
en exhibition on Friday commencing at one
o'clock. Vacation wQl continue one week.
Harvey has got that new style Col
lar in Paper and Linen. 23 w4
The M. E. Church choir deserve com
mendation for their excellent singing. Their
articulation Is almost faultless, making it
possible to hear distinctly nearly every word
Rev. Robert E. Carter of the Senior
Claas of Baldwin University wss married
March 11th to Mita Matie A. Owen a gradu
ate in the class of T 5, and they have gone aa
missionaries to India.
Miss Lillle Hitten. of Beres is coming to
Wellington to teach music. She has some
reputation as a pianist, snd bas successfully
conducted concerts where she bss taught, in
Medina and elsewhere.
The meetings at the Disciple Church are
developing with s very good Interest snd so
large an attendance ss to necets'tate removal
to the Town Rail to accommodate the peo
ple who desire to attend.
fProf. W. R. Wean's connection with the
Union Schools will terminate with the close
of the present school year, be having decided
to devote his entire time to the Interests of
the Citlsen's Mutual Relief Association.
Dr. F. N. Clark who is traveling in Cali
fornia aenda ua late papers from that State,
for which he has onr thanks. The people of
that section ara not happy over the Presi
dent's veto of the Chines BUI and propose
to make It warm for him.
Rev. Dr. Barrows of Oberlin celebrated
bis golden wedding March 20th,snd the same
day bis daughter Miss Sallie Barrows was
married in the Second Congregational Church
to Mr. Edward Dummer, of Boaton, Mass.,
ths father of the bride performing the cere
mony. 8inc the mammoth egg was brought to
onr office, half dosen running to the oppo
site extreme in size, and of all manner of
curious shapes have been presented us. E.
Jackson brings a goose egg measuring lx
&X inchea in circumference and weighing 11 Jf
The walk on the East side of Nortbl
Main Street ought to be replaced with a new
on and the walk on the north side of Taylor
8L, also needs repairs. Many other pieces
are badly out of order and we have waited
long and patiently expecting to see them fixed
up, and still we wait.
Permanent health lathe greatest boon we
can ask. This caa be insured aa far as Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Tic Doleraux,
Diphtheria and all nervous diseases are con
cerned, by freely using "Lawaon'a Curative
the soothing properties of which will remove
ail pain. Try it- Price 50 cents.
It wss the 8th of March that the "two-
lift y" gold piece was psssed out for a cent at
Houghton's drug-store. We tried to have
the date made right before it was printed bnt
it was neglected. However the person who
haa the coin need not hesitate to come back
and get his change Juat the same.
Dr. Holbrook has hsd sn extraordinary
run of business of late, having made, Inside
of ten dsys, fourteen full dentures, four of
which were on metal plate. One lady had
her teeth taken ont and in an hour after left
the office with a fuU set of srtlficlsl ones In
her mouth. Fourteen were extracted.
. Those Aurora gentlemen who were look.
lag at the Bakery Corner with a view to es-
tabllsh!cg!nthehsruwsre,stoves and tinware
business have made the purchase and will
take possession In July. W welcome them
to live business town. Move along and
give them a seat, there la plenty of room.
A little child who Is an inveterate prat
tler shut her lips tightly snd unaccounta
bly refused to make any response to the
good-byes of a visitor who was leaving the
house. The reason afterward given for this
spasm of reticence was that ab "didn't want
him to know that one of her teeth hadn't
growed. . -
That Imported Orient Coffee we
have roasted and ground for nsto order
so that our customers may have it fresh
and pure. (26t4) W. W. Habvkt.
A private letter from Wm. Barnard of
Kansas dated March Slat ssys: WW are hav
ing pleasant weather here and farmers hare
been plowing and planting for tha last two
weeks. ' I think It an improvement on tha
Ohio climate. Wa think so too, and then
Kansss haa grasshoppers. Score two for
By reference to snother column it will be
seen that the grocery butineaa - of the late
firm of Bush 4 Belden will hereafter be con
ducted by D. T. Bush, who, as formerly, will
make every effort to please the public and
deserve their patronage. We commend the
new management to the favorable notice of
- J. F. Beardslev has decided to engage In
the manufacture and repair of harness, sad
dles and carriage trimmings at his residence
on the line between Huntington and Roches
ter, two miles east and one half mile Forth
of Rochester Depot. Ha makes prices
lower than ever and guarantee workman
ship and stock to be ot the beat quality.
Harvey is getting In a new stock of
-Our artist W. F. Bawlell spares no pains
keep fully up with the times In all the
provemenU In his art, and we are glad to
be able to say truthfully that his pictures are
not excelled even by the most pretentious
city artist. His busioess Is constantly in
creasing, shewing sgaln that energy and con
sclestious work will In the long run win rec
ognition. We have received another card from
Spencer contradicting the account given by
Mr. Peterson, and saying that the girls pro
pose to prosecute him for tipping them over.
We do not publish it as both sloe hsve now
been beard from, and our experience teaches
that It Is not best to continue such a contro
versy to sny length. If the matter goes Into
co art we shall take pleasure in publishing
U. Wadswortb Bon have their engine
and other machinery all in running order
and commenced work on Monday of this
week. Everything works like a charm, and
any custom work desired of them wlU be
promptly done. They wlU keep snd furnish
to order, doors, sssh, blinds etc, etc A gen
eral assortment ot building snd furnishing
materials. Their lumber yard la well filled
with the best qualities of lumber.
We called on J. W. Wilbur of Wellington,
and found him up and doing. He has one
ot the finest stocks of stoves snd tinware we
hsve seen in our travels, and is manufactur
ing vats and milk cans In large quantities
and Is shipping to Indiana, Missouri snd
Kansas. He also hss a large home trade In
all kinds of dairy goods of which he makes
a specialty. He Is a liberal minded man and
has msny friends. We think Wellington Is
blest with the finest business men we hsve
met in a great many years. Travels.
Mr. Beth Arnold returned last week from
California where he has spent the winter.
He looks somewhat browned but Is well snd
hsppy. He left the most beautiful spring
weather, or perhaps more like early summer,
and waa landed after a weary ten day's Jour
ney in Wellington which wss covered with
snow snd mud, searched by chilling winds.
and presenting such scenes cf discomfort
and misery as only an Ohio March can. It
waa a terrible coming down to Seth'a feelings
and must have made him homesick, but wait
awhile and we will show you what Ohio can
do, in the way of fine weather.
'-The vocal and instrumcnttl concert given
last wees: unuer ine auspices 01 tne i. r..
church Social Union, may be pronounced an
unqualified success. Between four and five
hundred people were present, partly owing
no doubt to the low price ot admission and
largely to the interest felt in our home talent.
The programme waa entirely free from ob
jectionable selections and most of the mu
sic was ot a high order and would have
dons credit to more pretentious performers.
We hsve not space to particularise, but all
did well and perhaps exceeded expectation.
The audience generally wero better enter
tained than with many foreign troupes that
coat three time the money. Some ot the
solos and duets deserve special praise for the
purity of tone and delicacy of execution,
and the instrumental music could hardly be
excelled. The very low price of admission,
10 and 15 cents, prevented large receipts, bnt
the proceeds after deducting expenses were
Not least among the attractions of a well
arranged dwelling or church Is the furniture.
Skill and taste can be as successfully display
ed here as in the design of the buldlng Itself.
The Congregational Society, as in msny oth
er items which we shall mention heraf ter, has
been peculiarly fortunate in their pulpit fur
niture. The three chairs for the rostrum.
one large, two smaller, are of very elegant
design aad unlike any other we have ever
The material is walnut handsomely
veneered and upholstered with s very heavy
maroon satin, making them truly ''things ot
beauty." The table for communion ser
vice and the two accompanying chairs are of
the Queen Anne style snd In keeping with
the other articles. But the pulpit bss espec
ial attractions for us. The design is entirely
new and is a model of elegance. It U also
of walnut veneered and worked in panels,
mouldings and brackets, upholstered with
silk maroon plush. The design and execu
tion are the work of Mr. G. L. Couch whoso
reputation as a skUled artist In his depart
ment, Is by this oon specimen securely es
tablished. The pulpit is msde to Inclose a
mammoth ear trumpet reaching down
through the floor and by tubea gradually di
minishing in slse branching off to a half dos
en different scsts, coming up In a corner of
each seat and terminating In a flexible tube
for the use of a few of the older members
whose hesrlog is impaired. The expense of
this device which is a patent, waa mutually
shared bv alx persons, three of whom have
gone to their final rest since the church
uildlng was begun. AU the work is from
the ahop ot A. G. A C. L. Couch and speaks
great praise for their taste snd skill and it
will pay the visitor to caU at their rooms snd
IIull's Gasoline Stoves.
F. B. Serage Is the only suthorixed sgent to
sell my Gasoline Stoves In the village of
Wellington and vicinity. M. L. Hull.
Cleveland, O., Mar. 19, 1879. 13 27 tf
R. X.Goodwin, the Insurance Agt.
will be found at his office In llusted
Bros. Boot and Shoe Store, where be
will be pleased to see his old customers
needing anything in liU Hue, Stand
ard Companies represented and ratrs
reasonable. Losses promptly adjusted
and paid at his agency. 2Cw3
The new edifice of the Congregational So
ciety will be dedicated on Thursday next.
Apr. Sd, services to commence at 10:30, A. M.
8armon by the Rev. Thos. K. Beecher, of El-
mlrs, N. T. In the evening there will be a
general devotional service addressed by peo
ple from abroad.
List of letters remaining unclaimed in
Wellington P. O. for the week ending March
A. J. Pease, Theodore Rogers.
When calling for the above please ssy "Ad
vertised." J. T. Oodkw, P. M.
To the qualified voters and electors
of Wellipgton Township, Lorain Co.,
and State of Ohio:
You are hereby notified to assemble
at the Town Hall of said township on
the seventh (7th) day of April, A. D.
1879, and then and there to elect two
Members of the School Board to serve
for the ensuing three years.
Wellington, O., March 14th, 1370.
By order of
Board or Education
J. Host, Clerk. 27t2
Dissolution -of Partnership.
The co-partnership heretofore existing un
der the firm name of Bush fc Belden Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The bus
iness will hereafter be conducted at the old
stsnd by D. T. Bush who succeeds to the
business and good will of the old firm.
D. T. Bcsh,
273 J. H. Bildxw,
Don't fail to call for that 40 cent
Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf
On All Fool's Dsy. in the night time,
in the new Congregational Church, will
be given a concert. A No. 1. Organ
istsProf. Rice, of the Oberlin Con
servatory ot .Music, and the brilliant
young player, Geo. Andrews, organist of
First Church, Oberlin.
The vocal music will be rendered by
Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Metcalf, and others.
Pianist Prof. Davis. They will be
supported by an orchestra of aboat 20
instruments, under the able leadership
of Prof. Davis.
The best Grand Square Chickering
Piano has been secured and no expense
spared to make this first entertainment
in the new church not only brilliant but
in every way worthy the price of ad
mission. Price of admission, 33 cents ;
reserved seats 60 cents. For sale at
Uusted's on and after March 28th.
A man bv the name of Taylor haa rented
and taken possession of the farm of Jedediah
Arthur stair Is in town, lie has rentea
their farm to Mr. Brown of Wellington.
Kev. A. W. Haves and family from Uas
fleld, N. T. are attending a few days with rel
ators and friends in this vicinity.
The nw Hvmnals have been adopted by
the M. E. church.
The prospect of a bountiful eiigar-crop Is
flattering notwithstanding the fears enter
tained to the contrary. M.
Some of the members of the band have
been purchasing new instruments.
The Interest lu toe csuse of temperance
still continues unabated. Our meetings are
invariably well attended.
uocneaier la going 10 move on tne lirsi 01
The Kev. uieason 01 Atniaouia is soon to
become a citixen of our village.
H. J. Snyder, a former citixen Is soon to
return to Rochester with his family.
Un Friday evening last as Ueorge Taylor
waa on bia way home from town he was met
on the railroad about half a mile east of the
village by a couple of roughs supposed to be
tramps, who aemanaea 111s monty. ueorge
had J0 in his pocket and did not feel spec
ially Inclined to throw it away on a couple ot
worthless tramps, ao he told them that he
bad no money for them. They seemed to
entertain some doubts as to this and antici
pating an encounter, George remembered
that discretion Is the better part ot valor.nnd
running down the embankment he succeeded
In eluding the scoundrels although tbty at
tempted lo pursue bim. One of them flung
a club after him, but George came through
without a scratch.
A dav or two ago we interviewed a tramp
who was making all haste to reach Butialo
where he was to publish a book the manu
script for which be showed us. It Is sn ac
count of his wanderings over the ees,w here
in the various American consuls to the many
Islands of tne Indian and racinc Oceans, are
set forth in their true colors. "George H.
Prentiss, of Ohio. Consul st the Sea (Shell
(Seycbellc) Islands, Indian Ocean,' waa to
receive hia especial denunciation. Reasons
given. Several hundred pages of well-writ
ten in alter compusea tne wore, - tie suiu nis
name was Sangster; his father wss a manu
facturer t f lanterns in Buffalo. As s reward
for our exertions in securing for bim a good
sized chew of tobacco, he promised to send
us a copv of bia "work" as soon as published.
"Ueorge' H. Prentiss, of Ohio' will hereby
take warning of. hia Impending doom.
Mud! Mrn! I MUD! ! 1
Another lawsuit in town. Who says Spen
cer is not sn enterprising place equal to Wel
lington? The Ladies' Mite Society of the M. K.
church wss held st Mrs. E. A. Moore's on the
evening of the 12th and notwithstanding the
baa condition 01 tne roaos. a gcouiy numoer
ot ladies assembled snd were hospitably en
tained by the hostess.
Mr. J. w. Moore nas received nis commis
sion as Postmaster and will enter npon the
dutiea of his omce the nrst nay 01 April.
The temperance excitement Is prevailing
in aad aboat thoquiot littlai -vtllsire of Span-
cer. Mr. Simon Irom Cleveland la nere tnis
week delivering some very lbte-esting lec
tures, full of truth and very touching to the
rum-seller. We do hope aud pray that much
good will be done, lor there is neea enougn
of a temperance reform in this place. Men
who never signed a pledge Deiore came up
like brave men. signed the pledge snd pnt on
the bine ribbon badge. It is an easy thing to
sign the pledge but tae next thing Is to stick
vo 11, stanu nrm, ngnr. against temptation
and at last come off victorious.
For some week past the postofflee sffiir
has been a bone of contention between the
politicsl psrties. Petitions were sent in to
have it n.ored to J. W. Moore's store, snd
others to bold it where it was, st J. M. Mur
ray's. For a time au waa as calm and quiet
as a summer's day. AU rested and seemed
utlsfled that nothing would be done, when
all of a sudden tbe news came that the post
ottlee should be moved to J. W. Moor's store.
Then the clouds grew dark snd a mighty
storm srose which continued lor three oays.
No one knew how It was done. After all had
spoken the Judges gave in their decision say.
ing that the Republican administration did
the business and that it was right that they
should. I fear tbe Republican party is
growing weak In Spencer. Some of them at
least, elgned sll the petitions that were sent,
some four or five in sll.
The snow fall ot vestcrdav has nearly all
melted away, and the farmers are expecting
a heavy batch of sugar from this run of sap.
People are moving into Spencer last, come
houses hsve four, others two and three fami
lies In them so rou see the town will be iuu
of inhabitants. Among the rest we have a
lame narness-msKer by we name 01 uuriice.
a man whose health is poor. It is hoped that
our citizens will give this man their patron
The moat popular and fragrant perfume
of the day is "Hackraetack." Try It. Sold
by Ererett fc Starr, Wellington, Ohio.
BILLINGS. In Cleveland on the moroingof
March 3rd., of Pneumonia, Georgia Ella,
youngest daughter of G. W. aud L. S. Bill
ings, formerly of Wellington, In the sev
enth jear of her age.
Little Georgia was of an unusually sweet
and engaging disposition, quiet and retiring
In manner yet always thoughtful of others.
After her death her little school
mates strewed her desk with Mowers and
placed a calla lilly In her chair at school, the
lily so symbolical of the pure little life gone
back to the God who gave it. Mr. and Mrs.
Billings hsve twice before psssed through
the ssme affliction, and they have the deepest
sympathy of all their friends. E. A. C.
BRADLEY. In North Platte. Nebraska. Feb.
?. 1879. after a short Illness. Mr. G. B.
Bradley In the thirty-filth year of bia age
Mr Bradley's former place of residence
wss Strongsvllle, Cuyahoga Co., but for
some time psst he hsd made Lis home with
his sister Mrs. O. K. Thompklns of New
London. Shortly after his arrival here, he
engsged in teaching, and was a faithful and
efficient worker in the Interests ot education
Just before starting tor Nebrsska to con
tinue his labors there, he became a member
of the N. L. T. U. of this place.
Wnmii In the mysterious though sll
wise providence of our Heavenly Father, our
frienc and associate, George Bradley has
been "suddenly removed from his post of use
fulness as a teacher here below, to tbe realms
Resolved. 1. That In the death of Mr. B.
our Associktieu baa lost a worthy member, a
devoted teacher and a sincere and true friend
S. That the vacancy created In this asso
ciation through the death ot our fellow
teacher wbilo it causes general sorrow, shall
yet chasten our spirits to a greater devotion
to the cause In which we are engaged, and
lead us all to more perfect snd blameless
a. That we extend our sympathies to the
bereaved family of our deceased brother
commending them to Him "Who doeth all
4. That tbe Secretary of tbis Association
be requested to send a copy of these resolu
tions to tbe family ot the decessed and also
that they be published in the Wellington En
terprise and the ftew London necoru.
. Ei.lix L. Warp, )
Fan six Hazard, Cum,
Wash kb A. Kiso, J
Our devil picked up the fallowing salute
not far from Wellington. The owner can
have It by calling st this office:
St. Patrick's Day.
Hoory np Martin McC. dont sit thar
Your feet with them bragans adornln
Hoory doon to Fitch's and git noo soot.
For it's St. ratherick's Hay in the mamm-
Call tor Roger B. wholl on yer way,
He's a fom chap for admoirin'
Tbo iliegant goods that Fitch'll show ye.
This Bu Patberick's Day In the marnur
Them Diamond shirts, them collars and ties,
And thim hats that Fitch haa Jest got in
Will make our byes look iliegant ye know,
on St. ratherlcK's aay in tne marnur
Them New London chaps, we'U make 'em
In their lll-fettin' duds thev'll look forlornin
Beside our Wellington boys in Fitch's noo
On St. Fatherlck's dsy in the msrnln'.
Our well-dressed lads with their lassies fair.
Will give them hay then fair warn in'
That If they'd pasa in acrood Uke ours.
ihev must dress lor or. rstnericK in tne
The balance of the salute was so bsdly torn
thst the devil couldn't read It. S7UBL
From sll parts of the country reports come
of the Immense sales and Increasing demand
for that deservedly popular Sewing Machine,
The Old and Reliable "Stahdabd," the price
of which the proprietors wisely reduced to
$20 including all the attachments, and at
once secured for them a popularity among
tbe people, far beyond that attained by auy
other machine at any price, the consequence
of which is, agents are leaving the old high
priced machines, and seeking territory for
the "Standard." Knowing from exper
ience that with the best goods at the lowest
price iney csn outsell all other mschtnes,
where the superior quality and low price is
made known. This splendid machine com
bines all the improvements. Is far ahead of
all others In beanty and durability of Its
work, ease of management, light running
and certainty of operation, la senblbly made
npon sonnd principles, with positive work
ing parts alt steel, and can be safely put
down as tbe very perfection of a serviceable
sewing machine, in every particular, that
will outlast any machine, and at a price far
down below any other. It Is thoroughly
warranted for five years. Kept in order free
ot charge.. And sent to any part of the
country for examination by the customer
before payment of tbe bill. We can predict
equally as large a demand for them In this
section as In others. Families wishing the
beat machine manufactured should wrije dl.
rect to the Factory, and enterprising persona
wishing to seize the chance should apply for
so desirable an agency. See advertisement
in another part of this paper. Address Stand
ard Machine Co., Cor. Broadway and Clin,
ton Place, New York.
How t1ie Publlo arc Imposed npon.
An English paper publishes the results
obtained by the analysis of some twenty
one hair restorers, or hair dyes, fourteen
of which were found to be practically iden
tical in their nature. ' They contained sul
phur, in suspension, and also lead in vary
ing, but always considerable quantity.
Three of these preparations had American
labels, the rest English. All of them con
tained lead sufficient to cause disease of
the brain, lunacy, 4c, while some of them
contained sufficient mineral poison to de
stroy life. Had the English chemist tried
bis hand on the great American hair re
storer, Carbolink, a deodorized extract of
petroleum, he would have no report about
sulphur, lead, and like poisonous sub
stances. Ha will find, if able to analyze the
mysterious properties of this wonderful
product of Nature, a hair dye and a hair
invigorator that is not only free from de
leterious qualities, but possessed of heal
ing virtues beyond any article ever yet ap
plied to the human scalp, and would hand
in his report of analysis with the following
result: Carboline is prepared from the oil
: . a r . f . 1 1
aa is iiuws iruna nature a great cuemicai
laboratory, the earth, and is now presented
to tbe public without fear of contradiction,
as the best restorative and beautifier of the
Hair the world has ever nroduced. It
performs what others only claim for their
preparations. It is an elegant dressing,
removes dandruff, cleans the scalp, pre
vents the hair from falling out, restores the
hair on bald heads, restores it to its orig
inal color, makes it grow rapidly, will not
stain the skin, contains not a phrticie of
lead, silver, sulphnr, or other deleterious
drugs. It is a natural product of the
earth, containing the elements required by
the hair to feed upon. A few applications
will dhow its restorative qualities. Does
not require months of continued nse be
fore you perceive any result. It is cool
ing, clennlr, and too much praise can not
be bestowed npon it Sold by druggists.
Littlk Falls, March 24th, 1879.
We tlnd very few sales of cheese since
our last report. Several small lots of
factory cheese, Novembers, have sold
at .54'6)c. We learn of about 200
boxes of farm dairy -hcee selling at
Wxllington, O., March 21tli.
There is no change in prices. The
demand Js a little brisk snd stocks arc
fast being closed out with a prospect
that old cheese will be out of the mar
ket In time for the new make. We
learn that coniml.oslon houses In our
large cities are sti'l full and we very
much fear that fact will have an un
favorable effect upon prices. Our fac
tories will commence to operate April
Wc quote : Buying, (naked) 5 to 5J4
cents. Billing (boxed) G 7 cents.
The shipments of. cheese for the
week ending Mar. 2Gih, are as follows:
No. of boxes, 1,800. No lbs, 68,820.
Butter for the same time as follows:
No. of pigs. 74. No. of pounds, 4,573,
Welllugton Produce Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BALDWIN, LACK
DON A- CO.
Apples, dried.) lb IV
Apilea, green. bu....i"
Hpiimx. V lb 'J.'
Geese dretaed. V lb 00
h y. ton suo
Hhuis smoked, ! lb 6
Hides. green, V lh....3Xl.1
Itrans ba 1 so
Buckwheat. V bu 70
Maple buirar, ai in,
Salt, flue. bhl
Slt, Aahton. i lb...,
Salt, Common, V bbt
Clover aced.bu ....9 &
Calf 8kia, 111 7
! n Skins,' lb.. -Sua.?)
llurki dressed, V lb 10
. 1 2:
Salt, Soar. f ndl.
Dairy. lb 159 Ish-rp Helta, lb 25
Creamery. lb 2nl Turkeys ureaaed, lb H 10
EnrikVdos lO.TImmny reed...! l.vl 3i
Fvatbera, V lb 7u Wool, lb w30
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY H. B. HAM UN
Bran, ewt fln. s ton
Corn, nhelled, bu..
Corn In ear, ft bu....
Clover seed. bu ....
Hflt White. sack
Heat Krd. sack..
No. 2, sick
Grahftm. at rwt
Tlmotnj seed. ba...
Corn, sbelled. ft ba....
Corn. In ear, V bu
M ural. ha
Jolted Meal cwt
Meal, V cwt
Shorts. 91 cwt
(HI aieal. cwt
Clover sued, 9 hu
Tlmotliy seed, ba..
For 3iile or Exchange,
A bouse and lot In tbis Tillage, one-half acre of
land, good house with cellar under Ibe whole ot It.
Wul exchange for a farm. Inquire at this offlce. 3t
Sale of lteal Estate by Order
On Saturday, the Stb day of April, A. D. 1879. at
the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M,. on tbe premises In Pen
flekttowushlp. will be mid to the highest bidder the
folio wine real estate aa the property of James Dls-
brow, deceased, to-wit: U;Mug- part of Tract No. 1,
la section of Issd conveyed by Caleb Atwater to Abi
gail Andrews, bouuded north by land conveyed to
Ruth Cook by Caleb Atwater. east by land conveyed
to Oldevn U. Penlteld, south by the cat and west
erntr section line of said township, and west by the
center of a north and south road which waa Intended
to be laid one mile west of the north and aouth cen
ter road, the same to extend from said western boun
dary far enough east to make sixty and sixty one-
hundredth! (eo 90-100) acres of land, subject to the
right ot dower of Cynthia IMsbrow and her right of
homestead. Appraised at S1.SS0. Terms of sale,
one-third down, one-third la one year and one-third
In two years and Intereat EL1SH.A SHKLDOX.
SMS Administrator of Jamas Dlsbrow.
Is fonnd at the waierooms of
a. j. &.!, com 11.
Great additions have been made to
tbe stock to meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will find a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very flue
Which they offer at very Low Prices.
We are prepared to furnish everything
in the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had
many years' experience in this business
we guarantee to keep In good condition
all bodies put in our charge for any
length of time desired, without change
J. B. WOOZJUB'Z'.
Come and see two of the best work
ing Plows in the country. Warranted
to give satisfaction. Prices reduced.
Do yon wish to nse Paints and Oils?
You e.-in find the best quality in the
riKJiMA. juai ana in the I)A XUM
OIL, an article that will stand the win
try blasts. .
Would call attention to Nails, Glass,
or anything In the house trimming line.
I aim to keep the best quality and make
these goods a specialty, anil am prepar
ed to give you the lowest figures.
Come and bo surprised at the low
price of the best quality of Whips.
They cannot be surpassed.
In Cutlery, both table And pocket, I
can give extra bargains. They are the
Wishing to close out my spoon trade.
I will sell them regardless ot cost.
Come and see for yourselves.
Ton may find at all times a large and
well selected stock of all kinds of Hen
ry Diston's Saws, warranted, and at
prices down to hard pan. I am now
marking down goods so low thst the
necessity of attending auction is past.
In Brushes I have a large variety and
can give you ex-ra bargains.
BELLS for fann, schools, doors.
cows, sheep, and those to make you get
up early In the morning.
'I can now offer a large variety of
shell Hardware since markijg down
so cheap that close buyers will exclaim
Uau it, be possible r yet tins is a fact.
and as I am a very modest man and
dare not tell you all, please come and
see for yourselves.
DYKES BEAR D ELIXIR
W jut t).. ,1
tMl MORPnfXE habit ttoo
Itlely aud atteediljT Cfarwd. fata
leea. Ne publicity. Send stamp
for rail particular. Dr Carlttew
903 8. CWk St, Chicago, 111.
THE STRATTOM .I0LIIIS
ars the exact copies of
UNSURPASSED IN FINISH,
UN EQUALED JN TONE.
DETAIL PRICE :
No. 1 Violla for tha illion. with complete
outfit bow, rosia and extra strings.. $5,C0
No. SL Violin for Amateurs, with complete
outfit boa. case, rosin, and extra
Ko. S, Violin for Artists with complete
ontflt bow. ease, rosin, and extra
strings ....Sla.UOto 85.00
John F. Stratton a Co. 'a Russian Gut Violin
St 1 logs ara the best in the world. By purchasing
these strings and no other, musicians will ottain
a reliable string which, can always be depended on,
wiU ruanond isadilv to the bow. and will outlast
an violin string made. A full assortment of
trimmings and niuBi&i merenanuiae sept in hw
or procurea on auort notice ana ai iuwi pram
49-tf J W. HOCGHTOK.
CsV-SaW EMS, MUM, POSTISS,
Etc., Etc, Etc,
EXECUTED TO ORDER,
LATEST AND. BEST STYLES,
UNCLE ROBINSON'S ";
I am now in daily receipt of
'resh Ovsters from Baltimore.
and will sell bulk and can oys
ters cheaper than ever, by the
dish, served up in every style.
For church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a full sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Fruits and Confectionery. Tobacco and
Cigars, Lunch and Hot Tea and Coffee at all
hours, aud no pains spared to accommodate
all who call.
Thankful for past favors I remain your
B. J. B0BIKS0N.
"THE HARVEST IS PAST
AND THE SUMMER
Now male "DECEMBER AS PLEAS.
ANT AS MAY" bv providing yourselves
with one of our elegant Stoves of which
The Cream of the World,
The old reliable Argand,
The beautiful Golden Star,
The Majestic Garland and
The glittering Gold Coin,
And this is not all!
We can show you the finest
Hade in the world, and wood
Unequaled iu beauty, quality and price on
the American continent. VTe sell every
thins in our lire at bottom prices and guar-
We generally have second band stoves
that we sell cheap.
Lamps and lamp goods is one of onr
Come and See TJs I
ZsA.lTG d PEIRCE,
TO "XrOTJUOr UtOLUN
Jtat jnMlAtd, in a Sialtd Envelop. Prie t eU.
A etnr im the Xatnre. Treatment, and Radlca.
cure of Seminal Weakness, or Snermatorrhoj. In
duced br Self.Abose, Involuntary Emlaaloua. impo
tence, inervoua uemny. ana unpeuuneDw w Mar
riage aenerallr; Consumption, Epilep-y. and Fits:
Mental and Phynlcal Incapacity, e. By ROBERT
J. CULVfcUWELL, M. 1., author of the "Green
The world-renowned author. In Uils admlrab'e Lee
tun., c early prove, from ols own experieace that the
awful eHaequ4;.ees of Self -Abuae may be effectually
removea wiltioui meaicine. vra wiuwui wwKcnnn
uru-lr-. 1 nm-ntlnnl. houiriea lnRtrumenta. rinira. or
cordials; pointing out a tn-xle of cure at onee certain
and effectual, uy wnicn fcTery nuuerer, nu maitcr
what lil condition may be, may cure hlnue cheap
ly, privately and radically.
tVThls Lecture will prove a boon to thousands
Sent under aeaL In a nlatn enretorM. to any address.
post paid, on receipt of alx cents or 3 posuufe atampa.
Address the Publishers,
Th.9 Culverwell ICedical Co.,
41 Ann St.. New York,
P. O- Box 4-586.
B.D. Palmer, D.D.S
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Especial attention given to the
Preservation, of tlae
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted npon all the various bases
known to the profession.
fgTALL WORK WARRANTED.
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
A Hare Chance.
Busn fe Belden wish to say
ti their customers and the
public geneially, that they
contemplate closing ont their
clothing business and have de
cided to m..ke a slaughter m
All desitable goods will be
sold at cost : those & little off
will be sold regardless of cost.
WE MEAN BUSINESS. II
you don't believe it come and
see for yourselves.
Gash, and nothing else, will
be taken for goods at cost.
BUSH & BELDEN.
Aug. 28th, 1878.
Wagons and Sleighs, .
Having? nurchased the Interest ot P. C
Thomas in tbe carriage business, I shall de
vote my entire time and energy to supplying;
evcrrthink In ray line that the necessities of
my customers demand. 4
I have a large stock ot new and second
hand carriage, which will be sol4 X prices
to suit the times, ; ' .
Office and Factory at the old stsnd a
formerly. Thankful for past favors, I so
licit a continuance or your patronage.
2in40yl, T. D0LAND,
vratrm other Oils Fail.
(Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil
"mediately Arrest, Deeuaw
aad BaUlda Up tat ysteaa.
(Norwegian) God Lirer Oil
la ratal steal ay the Weaknt SManaaeela.
I, Free freaa Vaplaaiaat Tavate.
la Readily Uifated. Hevar gats HaacU.
Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil
Cares Coaswaaptioa, Kerefwlaf;
Ail Ltko and Comiiiuiajaai. Onmaxara aad is
a remarkably efficient Blood Prjanrua and ehecka
ua Asvagea of xnsesse.
(Norwegian) God Liver Oil
Is sold only in large wedge-ahaped bottles. Willsoa
I spelled with a double -L." Bemember tbe word
M Caabolaykd in ordering from your Druggist,
and ffiatat on having tha right kind.
Bona, ror larcaiara to too jrTopnecora,
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.,
as PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
jr. aX weave aa ww vrvfita
Quick aad Stavrtlima; Car.
At Heala Wltaemt st Sow.
-Allan Palm afc TtlJM
Sootkea a Barn or Scald.
Heals a Cut lake Maario.
Drawra Poison out efaWoaal.
CONTAINS NO GREASE AND
WASHES OFT WITHOUT SOAP.
It ads Instantly and like Magic
Tarn Bmlt BJaeainBu R.r. Thr.at. TJIean.
ataurata, stoaUala, Cuts, Wsaasa, files.
sor, at yea, ronoa.a, sums; aaa !..
srhsr'i Itch, Chapped Iliawda. 8crarw
latwa Sores, and any and every other purpose for
which a Salve or Ointment cat be used. Ba
ekavis'a Carbolic) BsJxn Olatnurat to ba
only preparation that can always be relied npon.
It Is a beautiful JeUy-eoloTed article, sold In glass
bottles with the above trade-mark." without
which none la genuine. 8 to It that your drug
gist gives yon ItucHAa's, as above described, ar
eolars sent tree on application to tha Manufac
turers, GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO..
21 PARK PLACE, NCW TORJC
BLACK AS THE BATEBTi WINGS
SaTen Indelible Ioi.
Never Biota ! Flows Freely !
Never Spreads I Always
Beady I Perfect. Black I No
fuss or trouble I It is need
without preparation 1 Bold
by all druggists sad station
ers. uaep anj.t'ON
, aa rut riMK. a. x.
Ab Agreeable Aperient & Refrigerant.
This weU-known preparation I. htehry reeommended for
DvanrsiA, Hradachr. Sicfeneaa of the Stomach. Hears,
born, and all complaints arising from Acidity. Biliouaand
Malarial Fevers, ftcoolstbeblood and regulate the bow.
ela. Ittaafavorire medicine forrhildren.and iUaeldlry
- ... w.fc-.M -..j .rm-h.f. fiit up
ia Soa. bottlea.
Prepared hv A. ROOTOS' SOVw. Chemhr.. !. T.
SU?E2M TO MITiF.EAL WATEES, SEiDLITZ FOWDEKi tC
Alter all, we remedy Is ao eertala to
raure Consuiaptlom aa pare Hsrwegiaa
Cod Liver Oil, Caroolatea y WiUaoa'a
excellent proems." Dr. Wmtl.'
Alloonsnmptiva patients are earnestly invited to
give Willson's Carbolated Cod Liver Oil a fair trial.
Bis easily and readily digested where all similar
preparations ara refused by the stomach, and im
tEediately enters Into tbe circulation, acting sp
cificaUy upon the decaying lungj. The nutritious
properties of the oil sustain and build up the sys
tem, while the active curative properties of tbe
preparation complete tbe work of healing.
Willson's Carbolated (Norwegian) Cod Liver 00
never gets randd, is free from unpleasant taste, is
retained easily by the weakest stomach and is sold
at tbe price of tha ordinary Oils. ' -
- It cures Consumption, Scrofula, Aathrma. Brou
shitis. Emaciation, Coughs, Colda, Hemorrhages
sod all lung and constitutional complainta.
As a Blood Purifier the Carbolated Oil is remari
ably efficient. Ita til la Scrofulous Affections,
Rbaumatism. Rickets. So . is strongly recommend
ed. I!s purLying power is wonderful inConsrmp-
ttos depending, as it frequently does, upon Scrof
u ous taint.
It a:to upon tbe rational theory of ItrarsDiaxEXX
Amazsrrro Dxcav whh.e rr Built up the Sistkis.
enabling it to throw off the dlimsse
SJd oniv in wedee-ahaped bottlea. Wiliaon"is
spelled with a double " L." Itemember tbe word
- Carbolatod " in ordering from your druggist, and
insist npon having t'ue right kind.
Goex MVo Co.. a Park Place, N.T.
Ocas make money raster at work ror us taaa at
anything elM. Capital aot required; we will
start yon. 812 a day at home made by the Indus,
trioua. lien, women., bora and irla wanted
everywhere to work for us. Now Is the time. Cost
ly outfit and terms free. Address Taor. a Co., Au
Newspaper Advertising It
may to found ota
file at Geo. P.
i. . a. rirk'a
eeeBr m m mm nu w
lMHldn Ttneesui 110 8DruOS
tiauiK centrists may Ilia If lljllla.
DO luaua iUL a. am ewes, wv -
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CUrtt
A Valu&blsE SiafAOverV
and Mew Ueprtax in Mod
ical Seine, aa entirtly
New .wdiKitritiTCly effect
ive Rriueuy tor the spredj'
and freintancnt Curt) ot
Seminal Smlaaiona fe
Xmpotcccy bv the only
true way, vis: Direo
Acslica&ion to the Diinr-
tpal ftt of the Diwaasv actine; bv Absorption, and exvr
. :ic in HTTcific influence on the berninal Veaielea Xao
1 tory Dacts, rostral Gland and TTretlira. The ue
tthe Remedy tt B'teiKkd vtth no pain or inconvenieueet
t is.qi.ii-wlr dissolved and soon vbsorbed, producing aa.
immediate toothing and ractorative effect upoa the ez
xii and ncrvoua oranixatio wrecked from aetf-abn
stitl c xcsres, Mopping the drain from the tyrtesn, irstor
inx t'-ie mind to health and sound memory, ninovtttjc
:he Dimness of Sight, Kerroua Debility, Oonfusioa .
Df Idita, Aversion to Society, Xi tuto. aiid the appcar
mce or prematuro old ape usually accompanying this -truut.'.c,
aud reatorinjc perfect Sexual Yijor, wher it has
been dormant tor years. This BKxle of treatanetU haa stood
ihs test in very serare cases, and la now a pronounced
foucceas. Drue are too moeh prescribed in these troubles.
ltMl, a many can bear witness to, with but little it any
peraiancnt good- There is no Nonavoe about this Prepara
tion, Practical observation enaHeUJ to po;thrcly ruaran
tee the h will srive acttaCaetton. - During the eight
reara that tt has been in general use. we have thouaaidt
ot testimonial a to its valne, and it Is now concetd
ed by the Medical Profession to be tha anost rational
means vet discovered ot reaching and curing this very prev
alent trouble, that is wcil known lobe tha caose ot unto'.d
rn'arry to t tnany, aud upon whom quacks prey with
thcirelr noatfruMta and biff fc. Tha Remedy is put ua
in a netrt b-x, enough to last a month, and ae&t in a plain
wrapper by utail ft -a red for ( 8. Two boxes. (suAcient tw
rert a permaireit cure unless in evere eases) Three
boxes lastinr three full ntotiihs. will stop eminlons. and
reai ore viroT, in the worst eases. $ 7. Full DIJUtCTiONI
for nsinsr will accompany EACH BOX.
(fiend for s Descriptive Pvnphlet flvi&t AawttomlesTV
Illustrations, which wili convinca tha most acepUcal m
that they can ba iwstored to perfect manhoocf, and
fitted for tha dutiea of life, asm aa it iever enV-ted. W
Scr t eVafed for stamp to any ens. Sold ONXT by the '
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MtCHtHMISTS.
M.iwwivdatK8t. ST. LOUIS, Ma
Why do too c-arry that nisty-fooediifi; Trmvtttllff
2t.0- wbed jo can nivake it took just areil as a
new ono with
320 WS rEENCH LSESSI1TG,
BE0W3 SATIN POLISH?
And sfnn'f 1st the children's boots look so rusty and
shabby, when an elegt julii can be riven
them by either of these Preeidmra. which yon can.
get at any Shoe store. It will not soil tbe skirta
when wet. .
la consequence of their rrreat pemlamy. there
an several imitations. To keep peers in tbe family,
give your hatband a box of
BROWN'S ARMY & NAVY BLACKING,
thst he may be on an equal footlne.
Awarded the Aigrfcea rean(a aad smlai
aaeJet at the Paris lixpoekloa. 1878.
For Sale by Dr. S. R Emerson.