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Thursday. April 10, t87t.
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FI3T . CONGREGATIONAL
Address by Iter. Thomas K.
Beeeber, of Elmlra, K. T. .
Wwjjxqtok, April 3. Arriving at
Wellington yoar correspondent, lmme-
dutnly repaired to the new church edi
fice of the Congregational Society,
which Is centrally situated lit this
handaome little Tillage of 3,000 Inhab
itants. The occasion or the day was
the dedication of this building to the
aerrice of God. Although the weather
was not exactly what could he desired,
the ardor bt the people was not to be
damped by any freaks of this kind,
the charoh being filled to Its utmost
capacity, both the lecture room and
' Swday school room being crowded
' with attentive listeners.
Tbe following Rererend gentlemen
Mawaaa, V wa - at MmuI b an TKaih aft m
V U V ui BMCirawiw A UVU1M
Beecher; Elmira, N.T., E. . Wil
' llams, Presbyterian Church, Elyrla;
H. ' C Haskell, Congregational 1st
j, Church, North Amherst; N. S. Al
bright, S. E. Church, and W. B.Thoui-
on, Disciple Church, Wellington,
with the pastor of the new church,
T. A. Daly, who has been connected
with the society in this capacity since
The dedication ceremonies were com
meneed by an orean solo, after which
the whole congregation rose and sang
the long metre Doxology; prayer by
Est. . j. Wllliama, An anthem was
then sung by the choir, which is
double quartette, consisting of the fol
lowing gentlemen and ladies : . Mr. H
O. Biggs, , chorister; Miss - Alice
' Wooster, Mrs. DImock, Mrs.
Thomas, Mrs. Biggs, Mrs. Colver, and
Messrs. B. H. Fisher, M. Wadsworth,
: and P. Townsend. Mr. Benjamin
Wadsworth, chairman of the building
committee, then presented bis report.
giving complete figures of the cost of
the. work in minute detail, and said
; that nearly everything; was completed.
r and to-daythe people were assembled
there-to celebrate a .finished work
Great seal and; devotion had been
shown by all, and the whole cost of the
building was substantially ..provided
- for, so that they had nothing to ask to
day. After the singing of two hymns,
the reading 'of Scriptare, and prayer,
Ber.. Thomas K. Beecher, of Elmlra,?.
a friend of the pastor, delivered
the sermon, and made the prayer' of
dedication. Mr. Beecher is now fifty-
five years of age, alert, erect, with
genial face, a firm, distinct voice nd
very Interesting manner. Although
the sermon was something over an
hour long, It held the close attention of
rt J an. bkschkb's bxhakks.
'lbe speaker saia that ne bad bad no
- small experience in the line of church
building , and dedications, and was
much : sought after by congregations
for his advice on the subject of build-
log. All such persons he should here
after refer to '. Wellington, O., for
example of elegance and completeness.
This fact, he said, showed the pleasure
he felt in being the speaker in the name
of the Lord Jon this occasion. He con
tinned: Many people, especially chU
dren, forget all parts or the sermon
' but the text, and it will be a satisfac
tion to me after "this to think this text
will be remembered when my words
shall be forgotten. It will be found In
the Gospel of St. John, the Utb chap
ter and 1st verse : Unto as many as
received Him to them gave He power
t become the sons of God." The
kingdom of Heaven has been likened
unto a: mustard seed, small at flirt but
steadily growing Into the majestio tree.
Thousands ask If life is worth living?
Yes ; does not Jesus say that by receiv
ing Him you shall be given the power
to become the sons of God.' Is not that
a desirable consummation for any life?
The work of the Christian Church Is
to advance and elevate the condition of
its Individual members, and through
them society In general. What ought
the church to do? I will classify its
necessities In the following words on
each one of which I Intend to spesk to
iyou: First, it should have a system of
: moral? ; s 3cood, si vision of hope ; third,
r a thinkable theology, and these three
taken together form the fourth, an out
fit for to-day's duty, to-morrow's en
largement, and an eternal glory. .-
First Morals, . la the . Itln, as
many of you know, the word moral
means manners, aud . the morals of
' ninety-nine men out of every hundred
consists In doing the same as other men
do. ' There are two kinds of morality
manners and swages of Christian soci
ety, and manners and usages of heav
enly society. Each of these belongs to
some society, for without society we
should have no morals at all. . We have
the established morals of society and
'those of God; the former are to see,
the latter to grow.. In all age religious
morality proceeds outward morality.
. Ylaionalor spiritual morality is the
very essence of religion, and is a lever
in the hearts of all Christians, going
: oat iron them to enrich and purify the
world. But it is growth which the
Christiana need.not as the olf, prophets
said, cease to do evil, but as Christ says,
learn to do well. - This is growing in
grace, and as the'grace grows Into the
man, the old sins escape and he be
'comes a Christian In every truth. Tou
are not .a rich community, and some
have given more than thair share to
the, building of this cburchv They
have acted like' nato Christ, and shall
receive their reward an hundred fold.
: Second The vision of hope. We
cannot live without hope, and every
man Is enobledbylta Inspiration. The
boy, seeing the example of his father
and hoping to be a man, win seek
things that lead to manhood,
and CLJ more manly than be other-
wisa oould be. I hear men wno nave
spent a wasted life wishing Ihey were
boys again, but I do not want to go
busk; but onward and upward to the
perfect day, and" I thank God for the
suffering and trial which have led me
so far on the way. A man without the
vision of Immortal hope runs the race
ofllfe with himself for the only selfish
center, and when he amasses wealth he
has nothing to stay his hopes upon,
and Is more anxious and harrassed than
ever before. Blessed is the young man
who early catches the vision of hope
and believes in the word repent, grow
ing up Into Christ with the power to
become a son of God.
Third Thinkable Theology. Man
needs the same consistent knowledge
of God that a boy has of his father.
This is not perfect; such Is our belief
In God not what it Is, but what it
shall be, for we shall see Him as He is.
Every one must walk In the footsteps
of Christ, and grow Into a living, real
theology, not to crawl Into one, as
though I should give you mine, for
that style of getting one would proba
bly smother you.' Ton must have one
of your own. For this, three things
are necessary a ripening of capacity,
a knowledge of Christ In the Image of
God, and the inspirations of the Holy
Spirit. Knowledge comes through a
study of God and His word. Truth,
which. you know for you is better
than the knowledge of the angels.
Man is a poor, frail creation of to-day.
but he can follow God, looking up to
Him as a little child, and saying "Abba
Father.",. God is a wise and good
Father, and there Is joy in heaven over
the good works of his children, and
sorrow when they do evil.
Fourth The three foregoing topics
taken together, I said form this one.
There is one thing in this Christian
life which I wish particularly to can.
tion you against, and that Is the habit
of separating your religious life from
your every-day life. "A man cannot
serve two masters." and he cannot be
divided Into two halves religious and
secular and still be a consistent ac
ceptable Christian. Our plans in bus!
ness should always harmonize with
our Christian faith. Many men seem
to think of religion only as a prepara
tion for death, but I say to you it is i
preparation to live. Lay hold of eter
nal life now while you may, for you
will die anyhow whether you prepare
for it or not. God's message is to a 11 V'
lng man in bis health and strength,
and I have no meuago to carry to a dy
lng man who has wasted his life in ri
otous living, thinking only of himself
when In health and terrified at the
thought of dying. This church whose
dedication we are now celebrating
should never be associated with death
and the tomb, but with everlasting life
and hope. No covenant, ceremony,
sacrifice or device of man, or adminis
tered by men, is of any use to you ex-
cept as it may react on you, brighten
ing your vision of hope and giving
courage in the right. And cow let .me
say, there is no such thing as neutral
ground i you must be either - on the
advance or decline. If the thrill of
God is not in you death is In you.
Progress requlreg,eflort, but the down
ward movement goes of Itself. These
remarks show what this edifice is for.
You have the appliances for all which
is good ; will you use them ? Whether
this Is done wisely or not will appear
in the harvest, which is the end ol the
world. May you all grow in grace,
and find a home in your Father's man
sion above,' " "To as many as received
Him, to them gave He power to become
the sous of God."
At tho conclusion of the discourse
Mr. Beecher offered a very feeliog and
touching prayer for the future good
and usbfulness of the church and soci
ety. The audience was then dismissed
with the benediction.
' After the services many persons
stayed in the church building for some
time in order to Inspect the beauties
and conveniences of this building
which baa now been dedicated from
henceforth to the worship of God.
naSCBIPTIOH OF TBK BUILDISO.
i The church is of very handsome ex
terior, built of brick, with stone trim
mings. The style it a moderate Gothic.
It has one tower, and In the opposite
corner a porU-toektrt, conveniently ar
ranged so that persons coming in car
riages can step iuto a vestibule, with
out exposure to the weather' There
are four vestibules, with doors on hln
ges arranged to turn both ways. Dl
mentions of the audience room, 65x55,
besides projections. The audience
room - is arranged in amphitheater
style, with circular seats, bowled floor
and circular gallery. . The interior fin.
Ish is of ash and walnut. The stained
glass is of fine quality, choice tints,
and with the frescoing, wood-work
and carpets, gives a cheerful, subdued
tone. The acoustic properties of the
loom are perfect. It is also ventilated
on scientific principles. Kotwithstand
lng the large andience to-day the air
was perfectly pure. The auditorium is
so arranged that glass doors between it
and the lecture room can be dropped,
adding thus sitting for three hundred
more, and making a seating capacity of
one thousand or twelve hundred in all.
The church is complete In all Its ap
pointments, everything being new.
The organ is beautiful In finish and
both fine and strong In quality. It has
twenty-three stops, 1,000 pipes and two
manuals. Its rich, sweet tones fill the
' The pulpit Is exceedingly beautiful
In design and finish. It is the work
manshlp and the gift of A. G. A G. L.
Couch, of Wellington. The pulpit
chairs also are furnished and given
by the same enterprising and generous
flrms) A novel feature of this pulpit Is
its apparatus for enabling the deaf to
hear. In the pulpit is a hopper for
catching all sounds. These are con
veyed through tubes under the floor to
each seat occupied by persons hard of
hearing, "and conveyed to .the ear by
rubber pipes. This arrangement works
Quite as remarkable as the auditori
um is the Sun Jay School room, out of
which open 'x Bible class-rooms, af
fording In all accommodations for a
school of 400 in compact order.
V Above the Sunday School rooms are
the , social ' rooms. There are cloak
rooms for ladles and gentlemen on
each side of the upper ball; a church
parlor, very spacious, with aa open
fire-place; a kitchen well appointed,
with everything for entertainments;
a water-closet, Ac. On' the same floor
is a beautiful room, with .book-cases
and all fixtures for a pastor's study.
The whole building Is lighted with
"automatic gas," made by machinery
furnished by the Detroit "Combination
Gas Machine Company." The light is
very agreeable and abundant.
The problem of gas for villages and
separate buildings seems to be solved
by such simple machinery as that pro
vided by the Combination Gas Compa
ny oi Detroit. The gas is made by
passing a current of air over a tank of
gasoline. The latter is depressed In
the earth, at a distance from the build
ing. The only work about It Is simply
lnding up the weight of the air
pump in the cellar, about once a week.
The light seems clearer and stronger
than that of coal gas, and is considered
to be one-half cheaper. The residen
ces of D. L. Wads worth and S. S.
Warner are also lighted with this gas.
It was a joyous day for the pastor,
Rev. J. A. Daly, who has taken a very
active Interest in the building enter
prise. It was a great feature of the
occasion that this church was dedica
ted free of debt, and not even an offer
ing of any kind was asked fori
We gather some facts from the report
of the Building Committee.
Architect B. J. Bsrtiett, of Des
Building Committee BenJ. Wads
worth, E. Benedict, S. K. Laundon,
S. S. Warner, W. Vlscher, G. A. Van-
Cleef, W. F. Herrick, D. L. Wads-
worth, S. Windecker, E. E. Hosted, J.
Special credit is due to Mr. G. A.
Van Clcef, who gave much time and
care to supervising the work, as a mem
ber of the Building Committee.
i Contractor for Mason Work W.
General Contract Fisher A Allyn.
Stained Glass-McCully A Miles of
Chicago, through D. P. Reamer, of
Frescoing Grub A Kinder man, of
Cushions II. D. Osterman, of New
yTICM iMUUWIU, UUUUVU v Vf
Bell Menerly A Kimberly, Troy, N.
Organ Derrick A Felgemacher, of
Heating The Kuttan Heating and
Ventilating Company, Chicago.
Lighting The Combination Gas Ma
chine Company, Detroit.
Pulpit Furnltuie A. G. A G. L.
Couch, of Wellington.
Settees C. E. Dickenson A Co., In
dianapolls. through D. P. Reamer.
Grates, Mantels, etc J. W. Wilbur,
COST Or THX BUILDING.
Fisher A Allyn's contract..! 15,687 60
Extras 658 35
Gift to contractors by vote of
the Society as an expres
sion of satisfaction, $100
each to Fisher, Allyn and
Holmes 300 00
Architect, beating, lighting
frescoing, and incidentals 4,122 20
Cost of building without fur
niture 20,768 05
Organ, bell and furnishing . . 4,150 00
Tola! cost, exclusive of site f 24.918 05
The sight cost In round num
bers : $28.00 00
Thus a great and good work is com
pleted, liberally devised, generously
prosecuted', and hansomely finished
It is not often a town the size of Wel
lington can furnish two such edifices
as the M. E. and Congregational
Churches of Wellington.
A CAHnOIJXB gOXAJCCg.
Respectfully Dedicated to th Bala
Uadd ofButa 8mm.
" My worthy friend and neighbor.
Whence comes that smile serene T"
" O, I am now thrice happy
I've fouud it Cabbolucs.
" It's jnst what I've been looking for.
Since I've been seventeen
And getting balder every day
Till I got Cabbouxb.
" It's growing in right rapidly.
My head can now be seen
Like other heads, in silken locks,
Thanks to my Carbolisb.
-"I know a pretty, black-eyed maid, '
- A royal little queen.
Who'll be as much rejoiced as I
To see this Cabbouxb.
" She'll throw away her switches,
False curls, and borrowed sheen,
And shake upon her shoulders plump.
The wealth of Cabboukb.
14 And when oar heads are covered o'er,
As once they were, I ween.
We'll noiae abroad the praises
Of wondrous Cabbouxb.
" While kneeling at the altar,
With Father Good between.
We'll cal) the world to witness
A match from Cabboukb.
" And in the happy aflertime.
When comes a change of scene.
With a little dear our hearts to cheer,
Wc'U call it Cabbouxb."
A CHA2TCB rOBBALDHEADS.
Their Da? of Dellrermnea Hu Dawned.
This 11 the am of wonders wonders in
science, wonders in mcchanismwonders
in everything. It has been raid that the
man who causes two blades of crass to grow
where only one crew before in a public
benefactor. What, then, shall bo said of
the man who causes a full and luxurious
crop of hair to grow npou the barren and
shining pates of the large army of bald
heads who have well nigh despaired of ever
having a natural covering for their heads
again? What place, in a word, shall be
assigned to the discoverer of Carboline?
Shall he not have a conspicuous niche in
the Temple of Fame, aud stand first
among the benefactors of his race? To
impart new life and vigor to the dormant
energies of a diseased scalp: to give
strength and fullness to a weak and strag
gling growth of hair; to bring back the
natural color and g'oss to bleached and
faded locks, are no ordinary achievements,
since chemists and therapeutists have
sought in vain to accomplish there for
centuries All honor, then, to the discov
erer of the new lmir restorative, Carboline
and let one and all join in expressing a
higher appreciation of the uses and possi
bilities of that wonderful product of petro
leum, which contains the elements that
work such mysterious and gratifying
changes. Kennedy ft Co., Special Agents,
Pittsburg, Pa. Sold by all druggists.
The U. 8. Steamer, Plymouth, which
sailed from Boston March 15th for the
West Indies, had yellow fever among
its crew when it neared the tropics, one
man dying. The ship was one that had
yellow f over aboard last fall, but It was
supposed that frost and fumigation had
destroyed the germs.
Blurald be supplied at all times with a
remedy of acknowledged met It, for use In
ease of accident, aa well as to ease tlia many
achea and pains all are liable to. No rem
edy baa given such perfect satisfaction In
every trial as the Curative. In making this
assertion we know It can be anbstanUated
by evidence of the most positive character.
The CUItATIVE la a Pana
cea for RlieainaUsm, Xenral
gla, Sciatica, Xervous Head
ache, Diphtheria, Sore
Throat, Cnts, Wound, Burns,
Scalds, Bowel Complaints,
B-yspepsta, Toothache, Ear
ache, or wherever there Is
pain or Inflammation.
The CURATIVE Is readily takn by old
anl young, and for external ne Its sooth
ing fnnuouce makes it the nw-t desirable
medicine for family aae ever produced.
Give it a Trial,
And you will never be without it.
SOLD BT A IX DRrCOISTS.
LAWSOS CSSlKCAl CD., CleveUEa. 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, SO cents and $1.00
45 Years Before the Public.
, THE GENUINE
DR. C. HoItAXE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DVsrarsiA avd sick kbadachb.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver,
DAIN in the right side, under the
1 edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side: the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism m the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of aDDe-
tite and sickness; the bowels in gen
eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen
sation of having left undone some
thing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
attendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he 'is easily
startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
and although he is satisfied that exer
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C McLake's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWABE OF IXTTATIOXS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impression !;;. McLane's Liver
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills bear
the signatures of C. McLaxe and Fleming
I.-ros. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C
Mr Lane's Liver Tills, prepared by Flero
inr Bros., of Pittsburgh. Pa.,lhe market being
ull of imi:aiions of the name Sic Ltlnr.
. II I l : . I .
.Kjiicu uincrenuy uui same pronunciation.
Do not neglect to eare for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them In good condi
tion Is a good Investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
Tills 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. 9-3 m
Holbrook Brothers. D. D. S.
WaXSCTTA BUbLlW A BKST lKlart LINtu.
ft for Q rt J?-' ly-Jamd. Itraaa
Vrl blrt.mT plain Brmm to finish.
kxtots custom shirts, s , An
Mwla to iura ptoM hSU
A art(.M rmu katMaarNawttkTMa Wlr'ili.
Send address oa postal asTd for miij.
Circular with directions for aeif-nHwurenieiiL
WSfKf SuOTH EtUh im W. 4th 8u Onclnnitl.O
PMHtvshr Cared by
They also rellsre
Distress from Dyspep
sia. Indigestion and
Too Heart? KatJn.
A perfect remedy nir
In the alouth. Coated
Tnngne, Pain In the
Side, Ac. They retn
Iste tho Bowels and
and Files. The small
est and easiest to take. Only one pill a dose.
40 In a elal. pnrely Vegetabftw Pries 2S eeuu.
Bold by all Druwists.
CARTER MEDICINE CO, Prap'r. Erls, Pa.
Jir, vials py mail lor oae qollsr.
WALL PAPER !
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 Ladies, Misses',
COLLARS and CUFFS in
A lot of Children's Hose, job,
at 10 cents.
Peerless Carpet Warp at 18c.
Of erery style and quality, at prices to suit
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
Silks, rery low ; Black Caahmem the best
erer ottered offered in in is maraei lor ue
Oar stock of Ladies' Forelen and Domes
tic Drees Goods is very full and complete,
and at prices that cannor fall to satisfy the
demands of all.
Domestic Ginghams in large quantities
from ten cents to a shilling.
Prints in great yariety, from four to eight
Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
prices. The best bleached cotton at 6
cents ever offered at that price. Peerless
wraps at 20 centa.
Cloths and Cassimeres
In unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make up to order at prices that cannot
fall to please ; consisting of OvercoatiDgs
and Bulling for men ana cnuaren's wear.
Also a very lam assortment of Ladies'
Cloak logs and an unusually large stock of
Keady-made Clou its irom ss-du upwaraa.
Foreign and Domestic Shawls a fine as
sortmenl seieciea wiin great care.
Our Xtineaa. Stools.
Table Linen from 85 cents upward. Nap
kins nnnrecedentlv low. Towellnes of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker-
cuieis a very nne svoca. some aa raw as
four cents each.
We carry a full line of notions consisting
of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, La
dles' Neck Wear, etc, also a very large
stock of Robert's Needles and Cutlery
which are guaranteed to please In every re
spect. They are toe very Desi in ui worm
Our stock of
Is ample and the prices suited to meet the
wanta of everybody. An elegant stock of
Our spring stock of
Comprises a line assortment of custom
made Clothing, at prices ao much below
those previous to the war as to astonish any
whose memory may extend back so long a
time. .Also Hats, Caps, Gloves, 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' Bhoea, also Men's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below any former llgurea. In
fact In all department prices are more fav
orable for the purchaser than have been
known tor yeara.
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. Baldwin, Laundon & Co.
The Best Knows; to th.e trade.
Utica IT. 7. Hills, or Wamsutta, 2200 Linen, - $25.00
i. U M
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
perfect fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York
Clothing House. '
A.n agent wanted in this locality to supply the rapid demand I
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines BEDUCEO to
Tnoroaghly warranted sad sent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And ao obligation to keep one. If not aaroa than any machine yon ever had.
Every Family can now own a
The Old Favorite and
Sewing Machine 20.
AKNO WLEDG ES NO StJPEEIOB ! ! !
We ctfnnot make a better
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial..
i A Strictly rirat-Clsss Double Thread Lock Stitch Machine, more complete In eqnlsments than
03 any other, and combining all tho late improvements, with tho old and well-tried qualities
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPFLAE.
, A Faithful Family Sewing Machine la every sense of the word that rnns smooth and does every descrip
tion of plsln or fancy sewing with ease and certainly sottroug and well made, and so thoroughly tested
while In use for years in Thousands of Families, that each machlue that leaves our Factory Is warranted for
five res', and kept In order fr--e of charge, alone;
DUC1D IX KSICS FAB UOWS UCLOW ALL OTHBB
iu.cMiiumcrii. nui v;ii. jtunei ihemDUBu k once ii not perrectiy Satisfactory,
lira Fab Dowy Bclow all ornaa Hichikil K.i.tiM t .n. t ..h u.kil
cumpanled by a more complete outfit of numerous and
extra charge) than Is given with ny other machine at any price. The Standard Machine has more good
gualltli s tbsn tlx si-of double the price. Lihbt ajto East Kvnrixo, a child can use It. Stbois aid
DrBABLB. never out of order. Bapld and certain In executl m. No uele Cogs or Cams to wear out or
makanotae. Will Last fob Ybaks. Is ready In a moment, and understood In an hour. Makva the
Double Thread Lock JStltch, alike on botk sides of the
and 8t runs Needle. Ext a Long, Large, eaally
Bobbins unable of holdlnz one hundred Tarda.
a Long. Large, easily tnreaded
frirlnv It many desired qualities aad great capacity for
111 uue iiuDuim u "J3J
uitlltles aad great caoaettr for
ctple ana in point of construction, useitonceand yon
cunuty iorecei.eorajrj.ua urnrer uiuiiiue . iixtn. inaucmeats onerod Clergymen, Tescbers. Business
Men. etc Illustrated Book, samples of work, with price 11M. etc.. free, i-afe delivery of goods guaranteed
to any part of the world. Aiidreas. bTAKDABD 8KWIXO MACHIXK Ca, BHOaSwaY LISTON
riiawt) cw tuia.
The New Era
Is made from choice
White Winter Flint Wheat
By Putnam's Patent Process of Prepar
ing, Stenmtnjr, Drying and Roasting,,
and Is k perfectly pure article, free
from any adulteration whatever.
IT IS A NERVE JOOD.
It can be ued by those who cannot
use Imported Coffees, and contains vir
tues and health-producing element!
not possessed by tea or colfee.
Physicians uuiversally indorse it as a
healthful tabla drink. A prominent
physician and surgeon of San Francis
co, Cal., writes us, "It is the Wonder
of the Age!"
What the People Say of It.
Having used the New Era Coffee for the
paetyeur, I believe lto general introduction
will prove a permanent good.
L. M. LEE at. l.
Dorchester, Sept. 8d, 1878.
Having used It In mj family for the paat
year and tested its excellent qualities, I be
lieve it is a real sanitary boon to people gen
erally. AFREU C. GARBATT, m. d.
STltoylston Su, Boston.
I consider it a most heathful and nutrit
ious beverage and free from all the injurious
effects of tea and coffee.
: 82 Commonwealth A v., Boston, nay 29, '78.
For ten months I have drank the New Era
foffee. The palpitation of the heart which
have experienced from drinking Java Cot
fee has entirely ceased. I think it excellent.
a W SXEARS
290 Columbus Ave., Boston May 20th, 1878.
I have used the New Era Coffee for the
ftast nine months, and so much . pleased with
t that I Intend drinking It constantly.
JOSEPH BANARD, D. D.
Neponset, July 16lb, 1878.
for sale bv W. W. Hakvkt.
JuMt pHblitlud. in a Scaled Burtlnpe. Pries efa. ;
A Lecture on the Katnre, Treatment, and Kadlea.
cure of Seminal Weakness, or SpermatorrtHea, In
duced by Belf-Abase, Involuntary Emission. Inifio
tenry, Kenroua Debility, and Impediments to Mar
riage generally: Consumption, fcpllepyy. snd Fits;
Mental and Pliy.lcal Incapacity, Ac By ROBERT
J. CULVaRWELL, 11. D., author of the "Greea
The wi rld-renowned author. In tft'a admirable Lec
tnr., clearly proves from his ova experience thst the
awfut cMiaeQue'.ees of Self-Abuse may be effectually
removed without medicine, and without dangerous
sural cal operation, 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 cure himself cheap
ly, privately and radically.
tSThls Lecture wtu prove a boob to thousands
and thousands. .
Bent under seal. In plain envelope, to any address,
post paid, on receipt of six cents or 2 postage aump.
Address the Publishers,
The Culverv7eU Helical Co.,
41 Ann St.. New York.
P. O. Box 4986.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY !
G bat's Specific Hedicinb
MADE MkAK. Is especially TRADK MIC
recomme a a a
a n unfailing
cor for 8bmi-
t SB MATOB
cv, aud ftll dis
eaaa that fol-
Before Taking qnenee on Self After Talcfniy.
Anns : aa Loss O
of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Psinia the Back,
Dtmses of Vision. Prematura Old Age, and many
they diseases that lead to insanity, Consumption
and a Premature Grave, all of which as a rule ar
first eanaed by deviating from the path of nature
and over Indulgence. The Specific )iediuineis the
resu t of life of study and many year of ex per -ier.ee
la treating these special disease.
Fnll particulars la one pamphlet which w
Ire to tend free by mill to everyo '
To 8) eelfls Medicine is sold by 1I Drnyglst at
91 per package, or six packages for $&, or will be
lent by mall oa receipt of the money by addreaaiag
THKORAY MEDICINE CO..
No. 14 Mechanics' Block, DrraoiT. Mica.
Cirsoid in Wliinaua by 8. B. Emeraoa, and all
Strong, Cobb Co., Wholesale Agents, Clara.
business you can enrage la. $S to 910
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2000 " '
shirt company of America
work in New York and other
A. M. FITCH.
First-class Sewing Machine!
machine at any v price.
useful attachments f r all kinds of work (f
goods from cambrln ti leather, uses a Shore Straight
Shuttla. Wltn Xiw Arrmiino TiNiioj. Large
a wide rne of wrk. It Is the best machine In prtn
- . ""W turong Ha-.'iune with great wld. n of arm,
a wide ran. Af w...ir it t. ih. h ....hi., i. -4-
will use no other. Active Aicnts wsnted In this
For Diseases of the
Throat and Icings,
Bneb aa Coughs,
Colds, w Hooping
The reputation it has attained, in
consequence of the marvellous cares it .
has produced daring the last half cen- '
tury, is a sufficient assurance to the
public that it will continne to realize
the happiest results that can be desired. :
In almost every section of country
there are persons, publicly known, who '
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases or the lungs,
by its use. All who have tried it ao '
knowledge its superiority ; and where
its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and suffering peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Chkrrt Pec
toral always affords instant relief; and '
performs rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more, formidable diseases of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
is invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as the cures it is constantly
producing are too remarkable to be
forgotten. No family should be with
out it, and those who have once used
it never will.
Eminent Physicians throughout the
country prescribe it, and Clergymen
often recommend it from their knowl
edge of its effects. .
" raXTABCD bt
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Prmctloavl mmA AmalytiemI Chemists.
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T PresarM and Beautify Yotar Hemes Ua
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Print Hospital, ml
S.Clatrk M.AfA I
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rttM of Kfctat, Phtri
at Murliff, Or.
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mny lw fonmt on
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DAIRY H OUSE
CJieese Vats, 1
Curd Knives, .: -Curd
Iron Clad Milk Pails, ' '
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
Evorytloiag that pertains
to the manufacture of cheese
and butter M furnished at the
lowest prices. Opposite the
American House, Weliington.
warn otasr uiu arsaa.
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil
Imnuduttsly Irmti Dccsy
mstst Baild Vat ah Systaaa.
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil
la retalwef ty skeWoBkest Stwaaael. '
Is Pre aVana Uplaiaawt Takst.
IsRectdllyUlgMtsMl. Hcvu Ku ftmaieid.
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil
Cares Coaia asiptioai. Sciofmlav.
aCaomrlavllom, Cextaskta. Calais,
All txnm aad OomnruiicmAL Ookfuiwis aad ia
a remarkably effloient Blooo Poamaa and caeeka
cba Bsvagea of Disss.
WIIaLSOIV S CABBOLATED
(Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil
la sold onlv in large WBdgs-ehxped bottlea. WUlaon
i spelled with doable " L." Bemambertbe word
" Cabbolatkd '' in ordering from roar Druggist,
sad insist on having the rlfht kind,
beuil fur Circular, to tils 1'roprurtcrs,
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.,
' aa PARK PLACE, WBW YORK.
D.-A t 11.. TIT 1
Qmtek Md Startltme Obtm.
It Heals Witmamt a. Sear. . ..
Allay. Pain A Stara BlwUaB.
SwOthea a Barn or SeaM.
Haala a Cat lUka Macin.
Drawra Podaoa oat of a Wouad,
CONTAINS NO GREASE AND
VAtBES OFF WITHOUT SOAP.
- Jt ads Instantly and like Magic
Tom Salt Rhsaa, Sore Tkrsat, Ulcer,
ISsuraa, Sealda, Vats, Woaad. filaa,
Kore Kyes, Foiinn.ai Sttag a ail Btf.
Barters Itl, Cktappexl H.sdt, loars.
lam Sores, and say and every other purpose tst
which, a 8alve or Ointment c-i be aaed, Bi
chata'a Carbolic Balm Oiataaant ta
only preparation that can always be relied upon.
I.ia a beautiful Jelly-coiored article. Bold ia glass
bottles with th abOT trade-mark." without
which none 1 genuine. 8 e to it that your drag
gist give you BucBAa'A as above described. Cir
cular sent IN oa application to . the Msnn .ao
turex. GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO..
- - 22 PARK PLACE. KKW TORE.
BLACK AS THE EAVEJT8 WHJQS
. IS KIDDER'S ..
Haven Indelible bk.
KeverBIotat Flows Freely 1
Never Spreads I Alwaya
Beady I Permct Black I No
mm hmhla I I ia .Mil
Without prepsrstlon I Sold
by all druggait and atation-
Amam SI Ta. CO
, 22 PABK PlaCS, N. T.
An Agreeable Aperient A Refrigerant,
This weU-krmwTi pi-faratrOii-t hirblr reonitTrCl?d for
DTarcrsiA. H had a ens. SirknMof th Stomach, HearV
tram.and all couiDl-tint? ariin(r from Acidity, Bilious aixl
Malarial FVvera. It cools t be blood and r-fruiate (be bow
els. It is a favorite im3lciij3 for cbiWrvn. and lta acidity
and wct-c tasu Bukcw it coutinff aui xvTfahina Xmt ao
tu os. bot:
Pr.-Tv,.ev" A. FOOyT t?OV. rtrrnlwt-. K. T.
. "After all, no remedy ts aa cert a la ta
care Coasnmptloa aa para Hsrwesrtaa
Cod LlrcrOll, Carbolated ly Wlllsoa's
excel It at proe". Br. Vmtt. -.:
Ail consumptive patients are earnestly Invited to
givo Wilison' Carbolated Cod liver Oil a ndr trial.
It is easily sad re5ily digested where all similar
preparations ar refused by th stomach, aad Im
mediately enter Into tho circulation, acting p
d&caily upon th decaying lungi. Th nutritious
properties of tho oil sustain aad build up the sys
tem, while th active curative prorartte of th
preparation complete the work of healing. ' '
Willsoa' Carbolated (Korwegian) Cod Ihw OU
sever got randd, I free from unpleasant taste. I
retain 1 easily by the weak eat atoauch and ts aold
at toe price of th ordinary Oils. ' ' .
It cars Consumption. Scrofula, A thin. Bron
chltia. Emaciation. Coughs. Colds. Hemorrhages
and ell lung and eonatitutioaal com pi sin t.
As a Blood Par,ar th CarboUted Oil U rsmark
sbly efiaint. Its tu ia Scrofuloas Affections.
Khjcraitum. Rickets, te , Is strongly reconunsnd
ed. I 3 puri ying power is wonderful ia Cooaump
41oa depending, a It irequaatly do, ajpoa ScroC
u ous taint. 4
' It B3U upon th raUonal theory of Tiiaa)iTXT
Aaaismeo DciT whtlx tt Builds vt im "as l lar,
en Jilin; it to throw off th dim a,
S..1J only ia wodgohpod bottle. Wlllaon"!
TOcllod with dcubl - U" Eementber the word
- Carbolated " in ordering from your druggist, aad
Insist upon having th rijht kind.
Si nil! Sprinted at this offica
!ll A I III IC'on short notice and oa
auot reaaonabla terms.
Gire us a call.