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Thursday April 3, 187tC
J. W. HOUQHTOS It H. HOUGHTON,
The RcDabllcana of Wellino-tnn tnwn
' tad" Tillage ar wruested to meet
aw-niie Town Hall on Friday averting,
April 4th, . ? o'clock, P. K., to nomi-
naU a ticket to bo rapported by Repub
licans, for township and corporation of
. fleers at the election to be held Monday,
April 7th, 1879, and for such other busi
ness as may be presented.
. "W. t. Herrick, N. Huckins, Win. Howk,
J. H. Dickson, B. B. Parker, Charles
Phelps, M. W. Lanff, O. Herrick, K. Ben
edict, W. W. Harvey, S. G. FoUer, E. .
Hosted, C. O. Bennett, W. R. BanUey,
B. Windecker, A. I, Dewey, 1. U. Ben
nett, R. Hathaway, J. W. Hooehton, J.
H. Wight, J. T. Ogden, X. W. Adams,
- Geo.'- jL- Conch, Win.' Visoher, E. T.
Robinson. P. K. Btroup. R. N. Goodwin.
R. A. Horr, J. W. Wilbur, R. Craddock,
8. JS. Wilcox, P. C. Thomas, J. J. Thom
as, W. O. Miner, W. R. Wean, . F.
Webster, G. 0. Foot, Jay Woolley, J. H
WooUey, A. G. Conch, H. 8. Smith, Dan
Williams, F. French, T. R. Herrick; A.
J). Perkins, O. P. Chapman, R. F. Jones,
B. D. Noble. C. M. Wniton, W. A. Ash-
ford, A. S. Kllborn, A. M. Fitch, J. H.
Otterbacher, D. C. Foot. J. Hoy t. Or,
James Rust. Dr. D. J. Johns, L. P. Hoi
brook. Geo. Fisher. H. Wadsworth, H.
: L. Coach. H. Mason. H. O. Biggs. A. B
Lambert, W. S. Peirce, J. B. Lang. W.
B. Davidson, 8. 8. Warner,-W. Cushion,
Jr., W. H. Sage, Wm. H. Fiaher, R. 8.
Holenbach, F. B. Baraga, T. A. Lee, 8.
B. Emerson, D. BteTick, E. Collins, H,
G. Starr. E.T.Everett. E. B. Howk, H
W. Hall. R. H. Henderson, J. P. Laun
don, O. M. Btroap, E. L. Johns, Homer
We welcome to our list of exchanges
"The State," the new Clereland weekly,
which is not at all local in iU character
or patronage. It is a fire-column ocUito,
and its price two dollars per annum.
' In all the Democratic talk that has
been heard in Washington about the
reasons why the supervisor's law, ought
to be repealed, not a word has been
spoken to show that they have any fear
that the Republicans will stuff ballot
boxes or cast illegal votes. The whole
idea Is that, the supervisors, although
belonging .to both parties, prevent Dem
encrata from voting who want to vote,
There is a big moral in this somewhere
Cleveland Leader. .
" A great many of our wants are ficti
tious, and people hare learned con
tentment by lopping off their desires.
It is the easiest way to solve many
problems. The shallow mind sees no
comfort, dignity or worth, in the style
of living justified by a small income,
and everything that is not modern and
ostentatious and stylish, amounts to
about the same with them as squalid
poverty. Pretense and sham is usually
transparent, and deceives very few. If
the family of limited and small income
attempt to compass the luxuries of. the
-rich;' the latter only despise the motive,
and ridicule the failure. If there is no
common ground of equality in personal
worth, neighborly esteem, or mental
congeniality, there if no excuse what-
ever for such intimacy. ' Many a fool-
ish wife has been made unhappy with
her lot, and a perpetual trial to her
husband, by an nnwtee friendship with
some other vain, foolish woman, whose
showy 'style and expensive habits . were
continual temptation to her , to . follow,
C .Many a husband has allowed himself
to be led into' extravagance and ftnan-
' cia) -ruin. . because some ' chum ' who
'- ould perhaps afford it, indulged in
;; A. L Boot takes the belt as the cham
pion confessor. , He certainly has es
tablished his reputation, either as a lu
natic or a first-class idiot. That any
sane man should make such an exhibl
tion of TtMif from, conscientious mo
r Uvea, is past human belief. The only
rational supposition is that he is a man
of .weak and ill balanced mind, and
that he was moved by an nsacoounta-
. ble desire for notoriety and a hope of
pecuniary advantage to his business!
The notoriety he has secured. We have
no doubt, his name 'will survive those of
many better men. . Deed of infamy
have often given a man fame more en-
.during than the virtues of the good.
- But more incomprehensible is the judg
ment of his spiritual adviser who coun
selled such a useless and shameful reve
lation, and stranger still, we hear, that
the lady in question approves his con
fession. "Was ever innocence like this
How immaculate in goodness I They
ought to betake themselves to some
lone isle where they might enjoy each
other's society, free from the contamina
tions of this sinful world. We could
possibly spare them all, and would con
- sent to such an affliction in view of the
possible advantages to these choice
We cannot too highly commend the
thorough and able manner 'In which the
Medina Gazette has lifted the scalps of
the two first of this trio. As an exam
pie of genteel and thorough skinning.
it could hardly be ' excelled. May it
make them wiser if not better men.
The Clrvland Herald ' has learned
that some establishment in that city And
women glad to take shop-work at these
srfces: coats at forty cents apiece.
vests at eleven oents each, and overalls
and cheviot shirts at flf tv cents a dosen
The' women who do this sewing, of
course board themselves, pay house
rent or room rent, and generally support
families. Moreover, the hardy ' Bohe
mian woman, as in other labor, is now a
formidable compeditor in making cheap
" readv-made clothing, rivaling the native
American in the necessary endurance to
hold out Indefflnitwy in running a sew
In a machine, and unlike her, not at all
fastidious In matters of board and lodg
- We have thorght not a little of the
army of distressed, unemployed or m
sufflcienUy paid women of the cities,
mmA on the other hand- of the universal
, need 'erf, trustworthy and satisfactory
help in the household CTerywhera. If
the f alstv pride concerning honsework
could be' rooted out, and its true dignity
be implanted, there might dawn a better
day for all clastes. Let the muscular
Bohemian drudge at the sewing ma
chine, there is a growing need of girls
and women who can sew something be
sides plain seams, who can finish a gar
ment in the neat old-fashioned pains
taking way, In vogue before machines
were invented; who can mend and darn
respectably, wash and iron with a view
to haring fine thinS "whole after being
laundried; who are willing to learn how,
and will then take the necessary pains to
make the food wholesome and appeti
sing; who will sweep and dust conscien
tiously; who can be trusted and taught
to handle and use household utensils
from the silver and china to the tin and
wooden ware with some regard to their
preservation; who, In a word, think it
worth while to learn the details of good
housekeeping. There is a wide open
door, good homes, certain employment
and ready pay for any number of these,
To be skilled and prudent and honest,
is capital on which there is always a pre
mium. The transient character of
American help, is because it is almost
Another View of the Chinese
That heathen country sent to the United
States last year over 87,000- doaen hen's
eggs. Let this country bestir itself and
provide a little more lime and sand, and
modern conveniences for its Leghorns
and Brahmas, and Cochin Chinas, and
Plymouth Rocks, and stimulate them to
stop the invasion by making the foreign
egg an unprofitable import. This hea
then competitor strikes at the very
foundation of family groceries and our
country women's pin money. By all
means make the Chinese poultry pro
duct unwelcome to our shores. Let ev
ery voter arm himself with hammer and
nails and battening boards, and make
the hen-roosts warmer. Lot the patriot
io housewife prepare savory food much
wanned by cayenne pepper. Let every
American youth make dilligent search
for the nests, and let the setting hen be
no more an object of derision and a
synonym for obstinacy. If she will, let
her solve the problem of this new usur
per of American rights.
"Yes, Thank Qod I"
We Hare Captured the Capitol.
Special Dispatch to Cincinnati Gazette.
A number of Southern members to
day received copies of the following
article from a journal in Mississippi
called the "Southern States :"
"After a struggle . of eighteen years
in war and politics tho Confederacy has
at last captured the Uapitol. wash'
ington Republican. - -
"Yes, thank God, we have captured
the Capitol, and in 1880 our man will
walk up the White House steps and
take his seat in the Presidential chair.
Then wiQ our glorious triumph be com
plete ; then will we proceed to tear
your amendments from the c institution
and trample them in the mire; then
will we break the shackles you have
forged for the three sovereign and inde
pendent common-wealths of the Union ;
then will we recognize the right of se
cession, a right that is not ded but
sleeping. Then will we decorate the
Capitol with pictures of Davis, Lee and
Stuart, and all the glorious leaders of a
cause that is not lost, but living still.
Yes, thank God I we have captured the
Capitol, and from that coign of vantage
we propose to rule the republic in a
way that will make your Radical lead
era forever odious to America.
J SPENCER.. "
.' Mr. John Murry is remodeling his old
church into a dwelling house ana store
. , We understand that Mr. Jimmy Orr
and Jet Murry will furnish us our beef
steak this summer.
. We are happy to welcome to our
town. Miss Ida Ream and Miss Dills
Naylor,- who have opened a millinery
and dress making shop opposite Mr.
Pomeroy's blacksmith shop. Miss Ream
has had some experience in this line of
business, and we have no doubt they
will give satisfaction to their patrons,
We hope their stay with us will be both
pleasant and profitable.
The citizens have become thoroughly
awakened to the evils ox the rum traflo
in this village. We are glad to aee the
decided stand the churches, band boys,
and the community at large have taken
on the side of temperance. The lectur
er, Mr- H. L. Simon, has done much, for
Soencer in his uncompromising advoca
cy of the temperance cause. The best
feature in his work, is the prominence
constantly given to Christianity. No
christian can make any reasonable ob
-iMtfnn tn the "crosDel temoerance.'
We will be glad to welcome the lecturer
back at any time. btkb.
March 81, 1879.
The flurry about cheese factories has
pretty much subsided. Some have
been induced to promise te give the fac
torymen another trial ; others are fixing
to make up their own milk ; others
again are intending to make butter and
raise calves, xeara ago steers were in
good demand for the eastern graziers.
but cheese making stopped the supply
and of course the demand was trans
ferred to other regions. It is a question
with some as to whether the raising of
steers wold not have been on the whole
more profitable than the factory system
oi cheese making, certain u is mat
those farms that thirty years ago were
well fenced and in good repair, have
run down generally so who remembers
them then and sees tnem now, are very
forcibly struck with the dmerenca.
There are some changes taking place
among us, some moving in spite of the
muddy roads, which of course are the
worst ever seen, as they always are in
the spring. Borne repairs, alterations,
and some building going on and in pros
pect. . - ..
The court house seems to be the pre
vailing topic. The feeling seems to be
that the thing has been sprung upon us
suddenly, not giving us sufficient time
for investigating the matter, and the
best way is to vote "No," so as to give
time for discussing the matter.
should think it would be better to de
cide on a location before deciding to
build, as a more central place would ac
commodate the people of the county
If your Sullivan correspondent would
tell what kind of sidewalks they have,
and what ailed them, he might be told
how to Improve them. M.
Quite a merry part assembled in the
south-east corner of our townshio. on
Tuesday evening March 18th, to wit
ness tne marriage of Mr. Williams, of
Camden, and Miss Nettle Cressinger, of
this place The ceremony was per-
xormed by the bride's father. The Sul
livan Cornet Band enlivened the occa
sion with some of their best music, and
all went merry as a marriage bell. The
Band were made the happy recipients of
a nve dollar bill.
W. F. Persons is on the sick list
again. Dr. Weedman, of Troy, called
on him to-day. It was the first time we
had seen the doctor since his accident
in the winter.
Just a few words to the friends of old
Solomon. Some fault has been found of
late with certain things that have ap
peared in the EHTXRPKisa, for which
we are responsible. Now we must say
that it has never been our aim to wound
any ones' feelings. We have always
studiously avoided anything personal.
but it is our duty to send in a correct
report of all that happens in our little
town, ana u we are aenioo. tnat privil
ege we must cork up our Ink bottle. So
hereafter please remember that what ap
pears under this head is written with
"malice toward none and with charity
The Ehtxbpkisx made its regular
weekly visit to us last week, and we
really think it deserves the support of
all the reading men in this vicinity.
We have several other weekly papers
on our table, but we always find the
EimsFBisc spicy as any of them. It
always receives a hearty welcome at
our house. uu Solom oir.
Prof. Mills, a former superintendent
or our puouc schools, gave a very in
te resting lecture cere a lew evenings
since, on the labor question . He op
posed the use of so many labor-sbving
Tho kindergarten was reopened March
The public schools closed their winter
term last Friday. The spring term will
open alter a week's vacation.
Morrison Specht. a tramp from Penn
sylvania, while standing on one track
of the Lake Shore road watching a
cnance to ateai a ride on a western
bound freight, was struck by a train go
ing in the opposite direction and quite
seriously injured. He wore so much
borrowed clothing that it saved his
leg from being torn completely to
1 here were 804 real estate transfers
last year. Of this number, 83 were in
wm. liojle and Ubas. Flower will
soon open a new grocery in the room
now occupied by J. W.Massey & Son, as
a cigar store.
The Good Templar's Spring lecture
course has been at last arranged, and
the first lecture will be delivered Frl
day evening April 4th. by Mrs.C.C,
tiaoon, ci this place, subject: "Madame
Grundy, or What Will People hay?"
Amos Denison Esq, of Cleveland, on
"itooert Burns;" Key. lathrop Uooley,
or uieveiand, ".Egypt, rest and rres
ent;" M. 8. Boy n ton, of Elyrla, "Six
Months Among the Mail Boys;" are the
other lecturers with their subjects.
The Wellington correspondent of the
Republican says, that the question is.
"Court House at Elyiia or Oberlin.
which T There is no such question be
tore the people. "For Court House tax.
or against Court House tax," is the
question. Oberlin alone is zealously.
yet ineffectually striving to bring in an
outside issue, bne is working for
something she can never obtain. Some
thing that the college does not desire,
nor the people of the county wish for.
It is very easy for Oberlin to talk of
raising large amounts lor the court
house, provided the commissioners will
erect it there, when the subject of the
change of the county seat is not under
consideration But when we come down
to business; and pass the paper around
ior subscriptions, men it is that the
Uberiinites will show their characteristic
true inwardness, and the five thousand
dollar men which the News has adver
tised so extensively, can not be found.
Mr. Henry Junmons, with D. C
Baldwin & Co.. and Lilly Bishop, sister
of the postmaster, were married last
jrrtday night at tne Jiipiscopal Church.
The ladies of the M.E. Church gave a
supper and corn festival last Friday
evening, at their Chapel. Nesrly $30
Mrs. Henry McElwin preached at the
M.E. Church, last Sunday evening, to a
large and attentive audience.
The Court-Hetise Question.
Ed. EitTKHPBXsx: In your last issue
we saw an article from the pen of a
nr. ., irom Huntington, in which he
indulges in some slang which we thick
might just as 'well have been omitted.
We have only time to say a few words.
ss we read his article only a few mo
ments since and the typo is waiting for
us. We acknowledge our amszement
and wonder at the cogency of his re as
oning for the court houM at Elyrla
He says (hear him) "Oberlin is not the
center of. gravity." (Gracious, Peter is
that so?) Again, "It is not the hub on
which we turn. (Query.) Did he
mean the axle? Can the English lang
uage aid any one seeking to overthrow
such reasoning as this? Again he says.
"In the first place the means of access to
Elyria are much better than to Ober
lin, in proof of which he says, "Ask
Amherst, Ridgeville, Avon, etc.,'
towns immediately bordering on Elyria.
And then he speaks of the beautiful
sandy ridges which- nature has thrown
up, to iavor JUlyrla as a county seat.
and to enable the citizens of these
towns to get to Elyria dry-shod. Verily
the labor or rrovtdence lor thousands
of years in the special interests of Ely
rla as county seat, as our friend 8.. inti
mates, should not be overlooked or ig
nored by the people of Southern Lorain,
who are less favored by being near thirty
miles irom the hud.
Again, he speaks of the impropriety
of disturbing Oberlin in her educational
enterprises, by the bustle or business
which a court hoase would naturally
create. If the people of Oberlin . are
willing to donate thirty-five thousand dol
lars for the court house at that place, we
must conclude that they don t favor the
opinion of friend S. Then he speaks of
the beautiful park in Elyrla. lias Uber-
lin any park? Bayard Taylor thought
so when he said the park in Oberlin
was the handsomest one he ever saw in
a country town. Our friend 8., exhib
its his immense charity. He says he
has the charity to believe that
the very idea of removing the court
house to Oberlin must have originated
in the mind of one who ought to reside
in Ifewburgh. we have often heard it
said that thief cries thief first, that
every one was drunk in the eyes or the
drunkard, and a crazy man is alwavs
speaking of how crazy his neighbors
are. Is it possible that our friend 8., is
laboring under the first rymptoms of
aberration of mind? It looks like it.
We hope his neighbors will keep an eye
on him. Now in regard to the court
house matter, all we ask, or ever did
ask, expect or wish, is that the people of
Lorain shall decide as to where the
courthouse shall be, and we shall be
satisfied, and it will meet our hearty ap
Don't fall to call for that 40 cent
Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf
he uMrovlata with a rellav
Me meaUelBie tm trees anaem eawsee
ae eonstaustlw eeew te'fceaae
keldn. Such m reswear aheaM
eeemMae healing aeethlast sussl
euwatlve preperttea. Ks asesUes
sua prepasmttoai hae ever fceeai
eUswaverea which combines:
these la each a degree aa "
er haa been ae sneeesnfal la ear
las severe and ehreale cases of
Ague in Face,
Where this awealelaa
aee sued ae ether will take Ita
plaee. It la safe, agreeable aa
pewertal. He laflaasnsatlea er
pain earn exist where the Carsw
tlve baa. been aaea aa we elireeC
It to the beat VAIN HH.I.F.K ever
Sola by all DraanUta.
LARGE NEW SIZE, 60 cents and $1.00
DR. C. IIoLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
TFIE countenance is pale and leaden
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 oi
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; neenng
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 McLANiyS VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY"
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most tender infant.
. The genuine Dr. McLame's Ver
mifvce bears the signatures of C. Mo
Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
. DR. c. zxoLaurars
are not recommended as a remedy for all
tne ills tnat nesb is neir to," bat tn srlections
of the liver, and in all Bilious Complaints,
Dvinensia 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 arc naequaled.
bewabe or HiTAnena,
The genuine are never snear coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Da. McLane's Lives. Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C
MCLANB and rLEMlNG BROS.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C Mc
Lane's Lives Pills, prepared by Fleming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being
fall of imitations of the name He Lane r
spelled omerenuy Dot same pronunciation.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good con ll
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
Oum 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. 9-3m
Holbrook Brothers. D. D. 8.
WAMSTJTTA BUblJN A BEST Ilium USB...
i L Bhlrtawtmlypuiaaeamstofliuch.
iiEFsreifsToa shibts, STLTSMnT
SUda to maarar MfMk' 3 S
Bend address on poatal oard for aunplesTand
circulars with direction, for self-measurement
Ctoa'lAstB.Mna. laoiiM-iti S3?S
PssKhral Car a?
tns Uttta Pills.
Thev alo rellav.
TMstrM from Irrkoeo.
ala, liidigwtliwi and
1 oo nearly tenting.
A perfect remedy tat
Draw! ness.Bad Taate
In the Mouth. Coaiari
Toncti. Pain la the
Side, Ac They reiru
lata tho Bowels aud
and Piles. Ths.m&ll.
at sod aaateat to take. - Only one pill a dune,
o In a rial. Purely Vesatabta. Price at eauia.
Bold by all Drnntsta.
CARTER MEDICINE CO, Pros', Eria, Pa.
Free Vials by ia.il for ens dollar.
H I nine I
WALL PAPER! " " " " 2100 "
" " 2000 "
t. u ' u ' u igoo u
CORSETS of all kinds. The
best in town for 50 cents.
A new lot of especially
desirable colors and
A new lot of HOSIERY, very
cheap, in Ladies1, Misses',
COLLARS and CUFFS in
A lot of Children's Hose, job,
at 10 cents.
Feerless Carpet Warp at 18c
Dross Goods .
Of every style and quality, at prices to suit
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
Silks, Tery low ; Black Cashmerea the best
erer offered offered in this market (or the
Our stock of Ladles' Foreign and Domes
tic Dress Goods is very full and complete,
and at prices that cannor tail to satisfy the
demands of all.
Domestic Qlnehams In large quantities
from ten cents to a shilling.
Prints In great rarlety, from font to eight
Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
prices. The best bleached cotton at 63
cents eer offered at that price. Peerless
wraps at w cents.
. Cloths and Cassixneres
la unnsnal variety and quantity, which we
can make op to order at price that cannot
tall to please consisting of Overcoatings
ana Bulling lor men ana cniiaren wear.
Also a varr lam assortment of Ladles1
Cloaklngs and an unusually large stock of
lteaay-maae ciosxs irom s-ou upwards.
Foreign and Domestic Shawls a line as
sortment seiectea witn great care..
Our Xslxtexi Stools.
Table Linen from 25 cents upward. Nap
kins unpreccdently low. Towellngs of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very fine stock. Some as low as
four cents each.
We carry a full line of notions consisting
of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, Lav
dies' Keck Wear, etc, also a very lrfr
stock of BoberVs Needles and Cutlery
which are guaranteed to please In every re
spect. They are the very best in the world.
Our stock of
Is ample and the prices suited to meet the
want of everybody. An elegant stock of
Our spring stock of
Comprise 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 HaU, Caps, Glove, Underwear
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
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 Ladles',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, also Ken's
and Boys' Boot and Shoe, which we can
ell greatly below any former llgurea. In
fact in all department price are more fav
orable for the purchaser than have been
known tor years.
The cltlsens of Wellington and vicinity
will do well to look over our stock before
purchasing. We will try to please all in
showing goods and tnaUng price satisfac
tory. Baldwin, Laundon & .Co.
Tike Sest Unowa to tlxe trade.
Utica IT. Y. ICllSv or Wamsutta, 2200 Linen, $25.00
If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading
and does the bulk of the custom
eastern cities. We furnish a nicer shirt and from $3.00 to
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the small factories and guarantee
rerfect fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York
An agent wanted in this locality
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCED to
Tboroaghly warranted and sent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For it.
And no obllsstlontoksepone. If not as-ras than any machine you ever had.
Every Family can now own a
The Old Favorite and
Sewing Machine 820.
Akxowledgbs no Supebxob ! ! ! .
We cannot make a better . machine at any price.
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A Strictly Flrst-Class Doable Thread Lock Stitch Machine, more complete In equipments than
any sUier. and comhlnlns all the lata lmproTsments. with the old and well'tned qnallUea
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A Faithful Fun.. Sewin-t M.chlne 1b ererr wue of
tfrta mt nlala or fsuicT MwlDar with eue And certalntT
while In iue for veers In Tbouaeudt of Femtliea. that
nve year, ana sept in oraer n-t-a ok cuargv. jiori ncronaeo at once u not perfectly Bausractorv. tui
wean i if Paica Fax Dowv Below all enn Macuinbs. No eztraa to par for. Each Machine to ac
eomDanled or a more comnlete outfit of nameroua and Usveful attachnnenu r r all klnda of work (free of
extra charee) than la riven with anr other machine mt anj prion. The Standard Machine baa more Rood
qualltlea than thee of doable the price. Lioht avd Kast Rujtkihq, a child can use It. 8raoxe aid
Dt'stABim. never oat of order. Rapid and certain la secutt n . No uelert Cogs or Cams to wear cat or
makeanolee Will Last fob Tbabb. I ready la a moment, and understood In an boar. Makes the
Double Thread Lock Btltch, alike oa both sld-s of the ffuoda from cambric to leather, uses a Short, Straight
and tttroa? Keed:e, Extra Lod. Larfe. easily threaded nbattle. With Kiw Actomatio Tbksiojc. Large
BODDine capaoie or 00101047 one ouoarera varus 01 inreaa. a L-rge strong; mac Dine witn rreat wiatn or arm,
iri vt bar it manr deal red dualities mad areat raoacltv fur a wide ran sa of Work. It la tha best machine In nrln-
ctple and In point of construction. Use it once and yoa
county to receive ordrie and deliver machines. Kxtra
.y to receive orarrs saa aejiver mac nine, ratra lnaucinents onrerea uiergvmen, xeacners, Business
etc. Illustrated Book, samples of woik. with price Hat, etc. fre. Kate dcltrerr of (roods guaranteed
j part of the world, A-drts, STANDARD fcKtVIKQ MACHINE CO., BROADWAY CLINTON
Ct, New Turk. l3-9yl
The New Era
Is made from choice
White Winter Flint Wheat
By Putnam's Patent Process of Prepar
ing;, Steaming, Drying and Rousting,
and is a perfectly pure article, free
from any adulteration whatever.
IT IS A NERVE FOOD.
' It can be used by those who cannot
use Imported Coffees, and contains vir
tues and health-producing "elements
not possessed by tea or coffee.
Physicians uuiversatly indorse It as a
healthful tablo drink. A prominent
physician and surgeon of San Francis
co, Cal., writes us, "It is tho Wonder
of the Aget"
What the People Say of It.
Having used the New Era Coffee for the
past year, I believe ita general introduction
will prove a permanent good.
L. M. LEE at. .
Dorchester, Sept. 8d, 1878.
Having used It in my family for the past
year and tested its excellent qualities, I be
lieve it is a real sanitary boon to people gen
erally. AFRED C. GARRATT, x. r.
87 Boylston St., Boston.
I consider it a most heathful and nutrit
ions beverage and free from all the injurious
effects of tea and coffee.
82 Commonwealth At., Boston,st ay 20, '78.
For ten months I have drank the New Era
Coffee. The palpitation of the heart which
I have experienced from drinking Java Cot
fee has entirely ceased. I think it excellent
N. W. 8TEAR9.
296 Columbus Ave., Boston stay 90th, 1878.
I have used the New Era Coffee for the
past nine months, and so much . pleased with
it that I intend drinking it constantly.
JOSEPH BANARD, D. D. .
Neponset, July loth, 1878.
Foiaale bv W. W. Harvxt.
Jutt published, ix a Stolid Knrtiop. Prict 6 eU.
A Lectors an the Nature, Treatment, and Kadtea.
care of Seminal Weakness, or Spermstorrncea, In
duced dt 8elf-Abnee, Iaroluntaiy Emissions. I m po
tency. Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Mar
riage generally; Consumption, KpUepy, and Flu:
Mental and Phriical Incapacity. c By ROBERT
J. CULVnBWtii, M. 1)., author of (ha "Green
The world-renowned anthor. hi this admirable Lee
tare, clearly proves from bis own experlesee that the
awful consequences of Self-Abuse msy be effectually
removed without medicine, and without dangerous
surgical operations, bougies. Instruments, rings, or
cordials; pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter
what hi. condition may be, may curs himself cheap
ly, privately and radically.
rWThli Lecture will prove a boon to thousands
Bent under seal, la a plain envelope, to any address,
post paid, on receipt at aix cent or 2 postage stamps.
Address Uw Publishers,
The Gulv.rv7all IXo&ical Co.,
41 Ann St.. New York,
P. O- Box 458S.
THE GREAT ENGLISH KEMEDY!
Ghat's Spscimc Mesiciks
mADE MARK, la especially TRADt MAK.
recomme a a so
i as an unfailing
care for Brui
' x&i. Wukhsss,
,OBw7 BBSs. tMFOTca.
S 1"V cv. and all dis.
Before Takkgqoence on Self After TakW.
Abuae : as Loss t
of Memory, Universal Lassitude, Psinia tha Back,
Dimness of Vision, Prematura Old.Ags, and many
other diseases that lead to insanity. Consumption
and a Premature Grave, all of which aa a' rule are
first eaussd by deviating froo the path of nature
and over Indulgence. The Specific Msdicianls the
result of a life of study and-many years of ezper-lei-ee
la treating these special diseases.
Full particulars in onr pamphlets which we de
sirs te send free by mail to evcryo
The 8i eclfie Medicine is sold by all Drnggista at
f 1 per package, or six packages for Ss, or will be
sent by mail on receipt of the money by sddreasiaa
THE GRAY MEDICINE CO. ,
No. 10 Mechanics' Block, Daraon, Mich.
SaTSold In Wellington by 8. B. Smerson, and all
Druggists every where.
Strong, Cobb A Co.,-. Wholeeals Agents, Cleva.
aad. Ohio. ll-SO-ly
business yon can engage in. $5 to $30
ner day made by asv worker of aithar
sex, right la their owa localities. Par
ticulars and samples worth SS tree, lm
prove your spars time at this business. Addres
Tixsoa A Ce., Portland, Mains. . U-17yl
shirt company of America
work in New York and other
A. M. FITCH.
to supply the rapid demand !
First-class Sewing Machine !
the word that rune irmooth and doe- erei-r deacrtiv
mo Ktroa r svnd w1 mauio. sand avi tiirnoirnlv tMted
each machloe that leaves oar Factory ! warranted for
will use ao other. Active Agents wanted In this
Inducments offered Clergymen, Teachers, Business
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever,
4c, and Indeed all the affectiona which
cxise from malarious, marsh, or mias
Tills Is a eomponnd remedy, prepared with
acienlilie skill from vegetable Ingredients, which
rarely fails to cure the severest cases of Chills
and Fever and tlie concomitant disorders. Such
a remedy the necessities of the people in malari
ous districts demand. Its great euperiority over
any other medicine yet discovered for the curs
of Intcrmlttents is, that it contains no quinine or
mineral, and those who take It are free from
danger of quinism or any Injurious effects, and
are as healthy after using It aa before. It haa
been extensively employed during the last thirty
yeara In the treatment of these distressing dis.
orders, and so unvarying has been its success
tliat It has gained the reputation of being infalli
ble. It can, be aafcly recommended aa a sure
remedy and poclnc for the Fever maul Ague of
tin West, and the Chills and Fever of the
South, which, once broken op by H, do not
return until the disease is again contracted.
The great variety of disorders which arise
from the irritation of this poison, such as Kes
ralgiaw liheamatlaoa. Gone, Headmen a.
Blind mesa. Toothache, Earache, Ca
ts rr hi. Asthma, Palpltatlom, Spies, le
A erections, Hysterics, Pain ts the Bow
ele. Colic, Paralysis, and derangement of :
the Stomach, all of which become intermittent '
or periodical, bare no speedier remedy tlian
A r En's Acta Cube, which cures them all alike,
and protects the system from future attacks. As
a preventive. It Is of immense service In those
communities where Fever and Agile prevails,
as it stays lite development of the disease if taken
on the first approach of the premonitory symp
toms. Travellers and temporary residents are
thus enabled to defy these disorderar and few
will ever suffer If they avail themselves of the
protection this remedy affords.
For Uvea Complaints, arising from
torpidity, it la an excellent remedy ; it stimulates
this organ into healthy activity, and produces
many remarkable cures where other medicines
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Te Preserve sad BeauUfj Teur Horn as Use
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Thermometers, ' C
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Iron Clad Milk Pails,
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A WONDERFUL DISC0TERT!
A Deodorized extract of Petroleum,
The Onlj Article that "Will Re
store Hair on Bald Heads.
What the World has been
Wanting Tor Centauries.
The greatest discovery of our day, so far as a
Luge portion of fanmanity is concerned. Is CAR
BOLIXK, aa article prepared from, petroleum, and
which, elf ecu a complete and radical enre in ease of
baldness, or where the hair, owing to diseases of
the scalp, has became thin and tends to fall out
It Is also a speedr restorative, snd whils Its use se
cures a luxuriant growth of hair. It also brings back
the natural color, and gives the moat complete aat
tsfsction in the using. .The f aSing oat of thehair,
tha sccnmnlaiions of dandruff, and the prematura
change in color are all evidences of a diseased con
dition of the scalp and the glands which nourish the
hair. To arrest these causes the article used must
possess medical ss well as chemical virtne., and the
change moat begin under the tealp to be of perma
nent and lasting benefit. Such an article Is CAE
BOLDTB, and, like many other wonderful discov
eries, it Is found to consist of elements almost in
their natural state. Petroleum oil is the article
which is made to work such extraordinary results ;
bat it is after it has been chemically treated and
completely deodorized that it is la proper condition
for the toilet. It was In far-off Busaia that the
effect of petroleum upon the hair was arst observed,
a Government officer haring noticed that a partially
bald-headed servant of his, when trimming- the
lamps, had a habit of wiptne; his oil-besmeared
hands in his scanty locks, and the result was in a
few months a much Oner head of black, glossy halt,
than he ever had before. The oil was tried oa
noises and cattle that had lost their hair from the
eattkt plague, and the results were as rapid aar they
were marvelous. The manes and even the tails of
horses, which had fallen out, were completely re
stored tat a few weeks. These experiments were
heralded to the world, bat the knowledge was prac
tically nseleaa to the prematurely bald and gray,a
no one in civilised society could tolerate the use of
refined petroleum as a dresaing for the hair. Bat the
skill of one of onr chemists has overcome the diffi
culty, and by a process known only to' himself, he
has, after very elsborate and costly experiments, suc
ceeded in deodorizing refined petroleum, which
renders it susceptible of being handled as daintily
aa the famous tau dt cologn. The experiments with
the deodorised liquid on the human hair were at
tended with the most astonishing results. A few
applications, where the hair Was thin and falling,
gave remarkable tone and vigor to the scalp and
hair. yBvery particle of dandruff disappears on
the first or second dressing, and the liquid so fearch-.f
log in ita nature, seems to penetrate to the roots at
once, and set np a radical change from the start. It
is well known that the most beantiful colors are, -made
from petroleum, and, by some mysterious
operation of natnre, the use of this article gradu
ally imparts a beantiful light-brown color to the
hair which by continued use, deepens to a 'flack.
The color remains permanent for an indefinite length
of time, and the change is so gradual that the moat
Intimate friends can scarcely detect its progress.
In a word, it is the most wonderful discovery of"
the age, and well calculated to make the prema.
tarely bald and gray rejoice. , . ;
We advise our readers to give it a trial, feeling
satisfied that one application will convince them or
its wonderful effecU. PHUburyK Commercial 0
Oct. tt, 1S77.
The article is telling Ita own story in the hands of
thousands who are using it with the sost gratifying -and
encouraging results : .
W. n. Brill Co., Fifth Avenue Pharmacy,-eaT.
"We have sold preparations for the hair for upward
of twentr yea, but have never had one to sell as
well or give sath universal satisfaction. We there,
fore recommend It with confidence to our friends
and the general public."
Mr. OrsTATca F. TIau, of the Oates Opera
Troupe, writes: " After six weeks' use 1 am con
vinced, aa are also my comrades, that your 'Carbo
llne' has and is producing a wonderful growl of
hair where 1 haa none for yean."
C. H. Smth., or the Jennie Hight Combination,
writes: " After using your ' Carboline' three weeks
I am con vine, d that bald heads can. be Te-haired.
lt's simply wonderful in my case."
B. F. Artbub, chemut, Holyoke, Jfass.. writes:
" Your Carboline' has restored my hair after every
thing else had failed." a ' .
Josxth E. PoiTD, attomey-et-law. No. Attleboro,
Uses., writes : For more than SOyeersa portion of
my head haa been as smooth and free front hair as a
billiard ball, but some eight weeks ago 1 was In
duced to try your Carboline, and the effect has
been simply wonderful. Where no hair has been
seen for years there now appears a thick rwth.
and I am convinced that by continningita use I shatt
have aa good a head of hair as I ever had. It Is
growing now nearly as rapidly aa haw does after
it la cot, Te .
CAB DOL INI.
Is now presented to the public without fear of eon
tradiction a the best Beetorative and Beau tiller of
the llair the world has ever produced. -
Price, ONB DOLLAR per frettl.
Bold fcy aJI Pragarlata.
KENNEDY & CO., PITTSBURG, PA.,
Sole Agents for the United States, the Canadas and
'printed at tuts office
on snort notice and on
moat reasonable terms.
Givs oa a calL v -r