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Thursday, April 24, 187S.
- Senator Pendleton, of Ohio, bu In
; troduced s VSL to proride that the prin
cipal ofloem of aea of the executire
departments niaj occupy seata on the
floor of the Senate and House of Repre
entattvos, with the right to participate
in debate on natters relating to boaineu
of their TCapectire department. Thi
wEl no doubt oonduee to a better under
standing . between. . . the several" depart
ment of. government of the sziout
measures necessary to be legislated upon.
and wW also be a great Baring of time.
The beads of each department will be
required to- be present at certain times.
; to giro information and answer questions
. as may be necessary. , . . ' ','
Hon. James Monroe obliged thefiouse
to put itself on. record with, regard, to
general legislation, -arkan he mored to
suspend the rules and adopt the follow
ing resolution: k V ' ' ;'. '.
RerolredyiThat fan ctho judgment of
this House the business interests of the
country require- that "no legislation
changing the law in regard to the cur
rency ertarur snouM bo unaenasen
the present session of Oougieaa.
, The vote was taken and the resolution
' lost; yeas 106, nays 117, every Bepubli-
caaTOting in faror, and nearly every
Democrat against . it. The rote shows
that the North is almost unanimous
gainst general legislation, the North
era Democrat , opposing it, while the
Confederate Brigadiers are bound to try
their hand at the machine. k The Green
backers ,re also itching to save the
country, and between the two we may
expect lively times. If they succeed
we shall have our burdens increased un-
. told tt'IH- and a general unsettie-
ment of values, and business interests.
But a judgment day is coming.
From an article upon local art, in the
Cleveland Voice, w learn that De Scott
Evans is meeting with much encourage-
- ment since his return from Europe
Rev. Dr. You mans, of the West side.
has given him four orders for portraits
I Ws quote' what is said about our former
1 townsmen -j t , ; .r.r- ,
r X "A. M. Willard. 'Yankee Doodle is
: in the Corcoran Gallery at Washington,
" where it attracts the same attention that
-.it has wherever exhibited. The ladies
. ' of the Old Bouth would have liked to
porchsse this painting but for their A
v - nancial' embarrassment.. It ought to be
, purchased by the government, and Hon.
. . Amos Townsend could cover himself all
v over with glory by. getting -an appropri
t ., atlon for this poraosew Hr. Willard's
- Jim Blodaae," .which many .Cleveland
r v people think Col John Hay ought to
".r" have purchased, sinew it iOustrates one
. of- his best, poems; has been accepted by
' ' the Academy of Design -in New York,
and a How' on exhibition is the west
room. "If was gtven a place at once
. v sod in a room Which is looked, upon as
' s. ; the place, of honor. We do not think
' the people of Qeveland appreciate Mr.
Wilfard as they should... CoL. Fairman,
when he. -was sera recently, said that
in strength, originality and the -power
of portraying facial expressions." Wil
lard was the greatest artist on the Amer
ican continent, v Wherever Mr. Wil-
lard's paintings - may have been sent
. they have attracted the. attention of all
classes of critics."'
: The Bow. Wm. Banaell's Opto
. . iom of Bob iBgwrsoll. -
j- T UuWMoraf Om Ohmhmd Voice. ;
. '. f ' Bin: T went" toj hear Robert Ingersoll
on . the' 1(';Klcikas of Moses,'' and .1
found tt ; malicious slander against
God and;Boses and sH.the PropheU of
the Bible, and a. sweeping .denunciation
of every thing lovely-aad of good re-
port among, good men of all ages, and
my opinion of, the lecturer may be found
r la the 13th chapter and KKh verse of
the AcU of the Apostie-rAtia J thought
of an sarostio. on '.Benedict Arnold, the.
'traitor,' wrhten by bis- cousin Oliver
Arnold and puhlished in s London pa---
per, which,., I. copied into my ..written
.... sketch book, July a, 1880, and which I
; bring forth and offer for re-publication.
if you please, in your excellent 'voice.
Yours truly, , Wm. Ruromixs.
. " . ACBOSTla
earth's 4mrkM mJm cat tbow m Mack miod ;
Klshtt aab) Tta yomt crime caa mtmr hide.
aeSaaSTat. twoaM Slat hlatorta ttds; '
Pwraaet yuw eanra smssoi
la an taa star at brfaair
dm ot asas will atteaS roars
Trattanaloaa vol akay .aiivar
Alaria-Bty TcatwamaMralrwaTU. CTroU
: 1 '
At the" "nnsyivanla1 State .'.Pairy
men's Association,. Col, O, O. " Potter
spoke at length on - the .subject of sou
, ing, believing that the very best wsy
of feeding dairy cows, and py 'sr the
- most eoonemieai, producing fifty per
cent, better milk than by the system of
pasturage. :, We quote as follows : ,' , ' .
- xbe fodder crops, which experience
has proven to be most vatuabie, furnish
' food throusuout. the season' not less
sweet and wholesome than the- best of
pastures in the flush of feed;- Winter
.'.rye can be depended on for a cutting in
' Kay early or lata season, followed by
clover, orehanl, and Mae and. June
.. ; grass; this again by the second cutting
of the rye, for this crop furnishes, sev
; oral euttiaga daring the season ; then a
xcrop of oats; barley is also said to be
? sn excellent fodder cropl so is millet,
Hungarian grass and sorghum. .' Corn
: should be sewed or drilled; I prefer
the latter." Every two weeks until the
last of July, a crop of early sugar beets
. to be fed;, after the first . frosts turnip,
beet and: mangel tops;'a supply of
eabbage at this time will be duly ap
preciated and promptly paid, in milk;
" then root awtil May again.. This last
" Item, It 'is found, la sadly neglected by
dairymen geoerallr. : Boots may not
-decrease the consumption of hay or
other food during the Winter,-but a
- peck, per bead ones a day keeps the
. gtomach aadbowels in good working
' order and prevontrthe hide from stick-
4n rut to the ribs. These orooa win
furnish cows with rich and Juicy
all the year, and especially daring the
aaawlMaoaaaanai arror ax
Oaaaea-ata ilii r I Bias taaSafca
lat hen ialrayavUiSiStseaalaa,
Ttssmsa r mi wmrmrfi i at its sam ,
season when It Is most important that
they should have the very best food.
One square rod a day per' head Is
about a fair average; - One acre. then.
will furnish vgreen odder for a single
cow Ave months or one hundred and
sixty days, and I am assured by practi
cal men engaged .in- practicing this
system, that three-fourths ot an acre
for Summer soiling and one and a quar
ter in hay and grain for Winter soiling
is ample; all agree who practice soil
ing that-two acres per head is sufficient.
Multifarious ' reading 'weakens the
mind like smoking, and is an excuse for
iu lying dorment. It is the idlest of alt
Idleness, and leaves more of impotency
than any other. Robertson.
We often imagine we are being edu
cated while we are only being amused.
Tne mind is occupied but not enriched.
Labor is stilL and ever will be, the in
evitable price set upon everything that
is valuable. - - -
The acquisition of knowledge may
protect a man from the meaner felonies
of life ; but not in any degree against
its selfish vices, unless fortified by sound
principles and habits. smiles. .
Whatever study tends neither directly
or indirectly to make us better men and
citizens, is at best but an ingenlus sort
of idleness, and the knowledge we ac
quire by it only a creditable kind or ig
norance nothing more. Lord Boling-
Sir Francis Drake was chaste in his
life, last in bis dealings, true of his
word ; merciful to those who are his in
feriors, and hating nothing .so much as
Aran. 18th, 1379
' Mr. F. A. Peterson was brought up
before a single justice last week, for
catching those ladies wheels on his
horses' heads, and fined eight dollars
and coats. Try it again Pete I That
shows whether "Bteb" stated the truth
of that little episode or not.
. The men that were so active in trying
to get the post office moved back to iu
former place, begin to wonder what has
become of their petitions, and why they
dont hear from tnem. Most likely
theycan find them in the waste baskets
at Washington. The Post Office De
partment has no time to squander on
little boys ; but dont despair ; write
and tell them you mean "biz," and they
wfll come to time. "
We have heard of persons borrowing
umbrellas and forgetting to return tnem,
but untO last week we never heard of
any one forgetting to take a borrowed
atove pipe home.
The temperance society has over three
Miss Carrie Ionian has gone to Cieve
land to purchase milliner goods for Mrs.
Murray.. -.- Bran
The horrid milk wagon - is again upon
the whey. ' We suppose it feels much
butter. Kt-nnet slow.
The backwardness of the season
the topic of conversation among the
farmers. Manv are at a loss to know
whether to "start the plow . "
Uur wagon snop naa of late been
turning out something fine in the line of
neavy farm wagons.
The semi-annnal election of officers of
our Temperance League occurred Toes
day evening. ' It was an exceedingly
lively meeting and resulted in the elec
tion of an excellent corps of officers.
lae typical country village is the ver
itable v school tor scandal." . It la
lamentable fact that thousands of wom
en whose youths are but bright promi
ses for the future, degenerate into mis
erable scandal-mongers, and eke out
their worse than useless lives in sense
less -geasip.' There is a fault some
where in the economy of nature. - We
read of a man who contemplated with
regret the waste of vital energy in the
wagging 'of a doga tail ; but in the
ceaseless wag of a gossip's tongue we
contemplate a misapplication of vital
force that is nothing short of heart
rending.. .. - H. AM.
i , a- . i ISJ SBJJI S
1 'Thinking that it might not be uninter
esting to the readers of the Ehtkrprmk,
I have given herein a short memorial
of the life of Mr. E. P. Haskell, whose
death was noticed in your last issue.
Mr. Hsskell was born at Anson, Me.,
August 6th, 1843, making him, at the
time of his death, in his 36th year. He,
with his parents, removed to Ohio in
1848, stopping for a short time at Car
lisle in this county. -They then removed
to Oberlin and when living at this place
his lather died wbtlo absent from borne
His mother's health having failed the
family was broken up and he went to
live with Rev. A. R. Clark, in Hunting
ton, with whom he remained until his
18th year. He enlisted in the army in
the fall of 61, Joining Co. H of the 41st
O. V. I. After a few months of service
in this company he was detailed for duty
in the Bisroal Corps, in which he re
mained until be received his Lieutenant's
commission when he left to join his reg
iment in another department of the
army. He was married to Miss Julia F,
Kyea at the residence of Capt. Henry
Tracy, in Wellington, May 14th, 1864,
while home on veteran furlough. He
resigned his omission in the summer of
1885. Shortly alter ne removed to JU
did. Cuyahoga Co., where he resided un
til the time of his death.. For the past
few years he had been extensively en
gaged in raising and nanaung grapes
for which Euclid Kidge is so noted.
. Mr. Haskell has been connected with
the school interest in and about Euclid
at various times, as a school teacher. He
ever took an active part in matters of
public interest until the attack of the
disease wnicn nnauy resulted in aeatn
Hie first attack of hemorrhage of the
lungs was in the summer of 1877. Hop
ing that he might nnd reiier in the
warmer climate of the south, he spent
the winter of 77 and 78 in Comal Co.,
Texas, returning to. Ohio in the spring,
feeling benefitted by the trip. He re
turned South in December of "78 ac
companied by his wife, but failed to re
ceive the benefit which he dosired. His
strength continued to fail during the
winter. About the 1st of April, his
friends fearing that his situation was becoming-
critioal, decided to return heme
immediately. Mrs. Haskell accompa
nied by her sister. Miss Nettie Keyes,
(long connected with the post office at
Wellington) left Austin on their weari
some journey, April 5th, reselling their
home about noon of . the otn. com
these ladies unite in words of thankful
ness and commenaation lor uo aina
ness shown to them by railroad officials
universally while on their journey.
It was evident to all tnat me wun
him was nearly through. The brothers
and sisters residing in the immediate
vicinity were immediately notified, and
were able to reach him in time to minis
ter to hislast wants. He died April 18th
at about 12 o'clock. The funeral servi
ces were attended on Monday the 14th,
by Mr. Webster, the Baptist minister at
Euclid, accompanied dt a large cuvie oi
relatives and friends. He leaves a wife,
three brothers and a sister to mourn his
loss. J. n.
The finest and best sorted styles
of visiting cards ever brought to Wel
lington are in our new stock, and will
rioted cneap to order at this office.
A "Tidal Wave" of Popular
Favor seems to have struck Scribner's
Monthly. The increase in sales during
the past -six months has been nearly
twenty thousand copies, and the edition
in England has doubled. The May is
sue (95,000) contains thirty-three arti
cles and departments, among them an
account of "The New Museum in Rome,"
Wilhelmj and Remenyi, A Day on the
New York Docks, the first part of Ade
line Traf ton's story, a capital install
ment of "Haworth's," &c, &c., with the
first of ."The Brazil Papers," which
have been so long in preparation. In
order to give new subscribers the open
ing chapters of Mrs. Burnett's Great
Novel, "Haworth's,' the publishers offer,
or any dealer will supply, the bound
Volume Avu in the new and elegant
olive-green embossed coven (instead of
the unbound numbers) for the past six
months, without charge ; that is, for
$4.00 will be sent Volume XVII bound,
and a six months subscription (May '79
to October 79 inclusive), with four
frontispiece portraits of Longfellow,
Emerson, Holmes and Whittier. .
Scbibnkh & Co., 743 Broadway N. Y.
St. Nicuolasfor May
Has a May-song in it, and a coronation.
of course, but no May Uueen. It is a
sort of story number, and has nearly
forty pictures. Besides the two serials.
mere are: a spider story, an eiepnant
story, a gunpowder story, a bear story.
i astronomical story, a mythological
story, a botanical story, a mathematical
story, a story of a girl who -couldn't,
and more than one of girls who could,
besides an' astounding tale of a boy who
made a man and found him a very diffi
cult person to manage.
A stirring account is given of how
"The Big Bear of Wannetola" was hunt
ed and slain the closing struggle being
shown in a striking picture by Vr. It.
The "Land of the Powder Players"
Morocco and the wild sports, on horse
back and afoot, of its dark-skinned war
riors, are described by Ernest Ingersoll,
witn tne aid oi seven illustrations.
Harriett Preacott Spofford's story of
"ine uoy Astronomer" concludes by
carrying him to the Observatory and tel
ling what he did and saw. Kate Gan
net wells, in "She Could n't, a narra
tive of girl-life, warns all whom it may
concern to find out what they cannot do,
as well as what they can do. The pic
tures in these two stories are by Rein-
nan and mytinge.
Mary Mapes Dodge, the editor, con
tributes a poem for May-Day ; and Mrs.
J. 1. uorbett, in some comical verses
entitled "The Three Wise Couples,"
winds up the adventures of Three Wise
Women and The Three Wise Men, their
absurd doings being shown In two full
page pictures by U. Hopkins.
On the Boad to Biches.
Here Is a book that is sure to have a
very extensive sale, indeed it already
has it, as we judge by the demand for
it, and the liberal advertising of It every
where. These hints for clerks and
young business men on baying and sell
ing goods; selling on the road; busi
ness and correspondence; drumming
partners in business; duties of clerks,
and kindred topics, written by a man
of very great experience in active mer
cantile life, can but be of the highest
value to every young man who content
plates trade iu any of Its branches. The
DooK is not, on tbe one band, a sensa
tional screed made, like Hodge's razors.
to sell, nor, on the other, a dull and
prosy homily on business rules laid
down with the imperiousness of the
ten commandments, but the interest
ing counsel and instruction of : a man
who in youth entered "on the road to
riches," and who succeeded. Every
mercantile house in the country could
do no better thing than to present'each
of its clerks with a copy, to polut them
on the right road. The book Is to be
had of our booksellers at the reasonable
price of $1,60.
We know of nothing; so well calculated
to put the reading public out of humor as
to begin a very interesting account of some
scientinc discovery, replete with interest.
and just as the reader's mind is thorouehly
imbued with the subject, and a gigantic
effort being made to grasp it in all its
bearings, away goes the author in praise
of some patent medicine or new-fangled
nair-renewer; for instance. Cakbouxe
which, by the way. is an article of genuine
merit, and has really done wonders in the
hair-producing way, as hundreds of cer
tificates from well-known citizens amply
testify. It is cleanly, and so penetrating
tnat tne disease is reached, and a radical
change for the better takes place almost
luiiuvuiMcij. it raniiiu noming injuri
ous: is. in fact, a natural hair-restorer.
made from , petroleum, thoroughly deodor
ized and delightfully perfumed. It is sold
dj an dealers in drugs and medicinea, at
one dollar per Dottle.
"Was Bilious and My Nerves
Were Quite Unstrung-."
' Shbridah, N. T., Jan. 1878.
Da. Tama. Fredonia. N. T..
Dear Sir: I had been out of
health for three months. Was bilious, my
eyes and complexion being yellow, and mj
nerves were quite unstrung. Had lost my
appetite, my mouth tasted bad, my bead
waa stopped np and felt dull and heavy, and
I had loat nr ambition. I have now taken
one bottle of your Blood and Liver Remedy
ana nerve ionic, ana leni entirely eurea.
. Tours truly, N. N. Wbittakbs.
Tor sale by Dr. 8. B. Emerson.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The 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
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cures Billiousncst and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Enlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; enres Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
and all Lung and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its causes.
Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour.
- Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in 5 to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhcea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B.. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance Specific. One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
Do You Believe It?
. That in this town ther are scores of per
ons pasriug onr stoie every day whose lives
are made miserable by indigestion dyspep
sia, sour and distressed stomach, liver com
plaint, constipation, when, tjr 75 cts. we
will sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaran
teed to cure them. Sold by Everett a
Starr, Wellington, O.
The 8atrrs were part of the rdinue of
Kins Bacchus. Thry were suppoisd to be
bold, with short sprouting horns, liketliose
of kids, and poat-foo'ed. They were of a
lirely, frolicsome disposition, but not very
Wise, else they -would bnve cured tlieir
baldness by using Carboliue, the perfection
of the chemist's art, prepared from nutural
crude petroleum, thoroughly deodorized,
and nicelv perfumed. Every man, woman
and child should use it as a dressia.f. it
gives that peculiarly eoU and Mlky texture
so desirable. It will not soil the finest of
linen. Is cooling and cleanly, and can
not be praised too highly. Sold by all
dealers in drugs and medicines.
TOR THE CURE OF ,
This marvelous preparation has cured hun
dreds of the mast distressing cues of rhronio
Rheumatism and Neuralgia, even wheu all
otber remedies have failed. It is fast becom
for these diseases, and can be relied upon by
sufferers to relieve them of their pains and
en oct a permanent cure.
Do Not Give Up
your ease as hopeless anf settle down to tbe
conviction that no medicine will help you,
all we ask is a fair trial of the CcsaTivk. and
that joo bear In mind that the nature of tlieae
diseases require persistent and faithful appli
cation to Insure a perfect cure. In every com
munity where the CrsATlvn baa been plnrrd
will be found many witnesses who will testify
to what it has doua for them.
Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds,
Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Cuts, Chil
blains, Inflammation, Hesdsche, Tooth
ache, Cstsrrh, Dyspepsis, Sour Stomsch,
can positively be cured bv the free use of Oia
CUKATlva. Send to us for testimonials if )ou
have any doubts.
Said by all Draggista.
Prloa Vl.00 par Bottla, 8 for SS.OQ.
lawion Chemical Co., Cleveland, 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, 50 cents and $1.00.
45 Years Before the Public
DR. C. MoItANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DVSrSKIA AMD SICK HSADACHB.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under, the
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 in the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of appe
tite and sickness; the bowels in gen
eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen
sation of having left undone some
thing which ought to have been done,
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
attendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility ; he- is easily
startled, his leet are cold or burning,
ana 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, Vet examination of the body.
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C McLane's Liver Pills, m
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results.. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
MWAIE or IXITATIOXS.
The genuine are never supar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impression Dr. McLake'S Livsb
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills bear
the signatures ofC. McLane and Fleming
Kkos. on Ihe wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C
M Lse's Liver Tills, prepared by Flera
in;j !:os., ol Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being
full of imitation of the name McLane.
i: . t - ."V i i . . '
pciicu uiucrcuiiy out same pronunciation.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them la good condi
tion Is a good Investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as" their
This is tbe time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the oold
weather comes and tbey begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gam 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
llOLBBOOK BrOTBKKS. D. D. S.
re found on
at UKO. F.
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Give ns a call.
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
vr& o vi j .j .u www r
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
, . . . r i ' . Tii ' i. e , . K hui
oiiaa, very low ; otw:& w,uuici;d
ever offered offered in this market for the
Our stock of Ladles' Foreign and Domes
tic Dress Goods Is Terr mil ana compievo,
and at prices that cannor fail to satisfy the
demands of alL
Domestic Ginghams in large quantities
xrom ien cent mj m uiiuug.
Prints In great variety, from four to eight
. Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
prices. The best bleached cotton at OX
cents ever offered at that price. Peerless
wraps at 80 cents.
Cloths and Cassimeres
In unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make np to order at prices that cannot
tail to please; consisting vi vto"j
and 8ul lings for men and chlldren'-s wear.
- .... i.M,. . Gitrtmpnt of Ladles
Closklnss and an unusually large stock of
n . ... 1 m . . Ul nn4.
Keaay-maae vioaaa iroui ,uv
Foreign and Domestic Shawls a fine as
sortment selectea wun great cue
Our Xeixiexi Stools.
Table Linen from 85 cents upward. Nap
kins nnprecedenUy low. Towelings of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very line stock. Some ss low as
four cents each.
We carry a full line of notions consisting
ot Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, La
dies' 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 the very best in the world.
Our stock of
Is ample and the prices suited to meet the
wants of everybody. An elegant stock ot
Our spring stock ot
Comprises a fine assortment of custom
made Clothing, at prices so much below
those previous to the war as to astonish any
whose memory may extend back so long a
time. Also Hats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. .
BOOT, SHOE ana RUBBER
department this season we hve obtained a
larger and better selected stock of the newer
styles than ever before. We have Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, also Men's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below any former figures. In
fact In all departmenU prices are more fav
orable for the purchaser than have been
known for years.
Tbe clllsens of Wellington and vicinity
will do well to look over onr stock before
purchasing. We will try to please all in
showing goods and making prices satistac-
Baldwin, Laundon - & Co.
Tne Best Known to tne trade.
Utica U. Y. Mills.' or Wamsutta, 2200 Linen, $25.00
2100 " 23.00
' 2000 " 20.00
i. u 1900 17.00
If iinlaundried 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. ,
An agent wanted in this locality to supply the rapid demand I
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines BEDUCED to
Tboroachlr warranted and seat to yon for '
Examination Bofore You Pay Pot- It.
And no obligation to keep one. If not bsttbb ttaaa any msrhlne yon ever bad.
Every Family can now own a
The Old Favorite and
Sewing Machine 820.
Aknowledges tso Superior!!!
We cannot make a better machine at any
The Highest Piemium Awarded
A Strictly Ftrst-Class Doable Thread Lock Stitch
any stlter, and combining all tbe lata Improvement., with tbe old and well-tried dualities
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR. FT"
A Faithful Vaunllr Strwfnar Machine In btmt miim of
rtonof plain or fancy sevlmt witb asM and certainty
wnue in use for year. In Tbooaaud. or Families, that
" - 7m amiKniuunjcrirvvi nc. jiui,, nniDwo st on (to u no. perrecuy satisTactory, ta-di-csd
rs Paics Fab Do wit Bslow all oraaa Maohixbs. No extra, to pay for. Eacb Machine Is ac-ci-mpsnled
by a more compli-tr outfit of numerous and useful attachraeat. for .11 kind, of work (free o.
extra cba-frr) than is given with ny other machine at any price. Tbe Standard Machine has more stxy
Iuallth s tb.n thi-sr ot double the price. Light ajtd East Kckbiho, a child can use It. Stboko aid
ic-babls. uever out of order. Rspld and certain la execntl-in. No uaelens Cogs or Cams to wear out o:
make a noise Will Last roa Tsabs. I. ready in a moment, and understood la an hour. Makes the
Double Thread Lock Stitch, alike on both aides of the goods from cambric tn leather, uses a Short, Straight
guu miWN i,rcwtc, .in . .urcaura HUMlil). WHO ABW AUTOMATIC TBN8IOB. i-STg-
Bobbins capsble of holding one hundred yards of thread. A Laroe Strong Machine with nut wld.h of arm.
glrlng It many desired qualities and great capacity for
clple and in point of construction, use It once and yoa will use no other. Active Atent wanted In tbir
county to receive ordei. and deliver machines. Extra Inducments offered Clergymen. Teachers, Buslnes.
Men. etc llluatrated Book, samples of work, wlthjrtce 1I.L etc.. frw. i-are delivery of trood. guaranteec
The New Era
Is made from choice
White Winter Flint Wheat
By Putnam's Patent Process of Prepar
ing, Steaming, Drying and Roasting,
and is a perfectly pure article, free
from any adulteration whatever.
IT IS A NERVE ?OOD.
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 universally indorse it as a
healthful table 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
past year, I believe its general introduction
will prove a permanent good.
It. M. I.EE x. D.
Dorchester, 8ept 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 GABRATT, at. D.
87Bovlston St., 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.atay 29, '78.
For ten months I have drank the New Era
Coffee. The palpitation of the heart which
I have experienced from drinking Java Cof
fee has entirely ceased. I think it excellent.
N. W. STEAKS.
206 Columbus Ave.-, Boston stay 20th, 18TO.
I have nsed the New Era Coffee for the
fiaat nine months, and so much . plessed with
t that I intend drinking it constantly.
JOSEPH BANABD, D. D.
Neponsct, July 16th, 1878.
For salebv W. W. Habvkt. .
Ta Prssam ana Beauttfr Tsar Host as Us
GUTTA F2SBC2L& PADTT,
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
forWood, Iron, Stone or Brick Structures,
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
for Sample Colors and Price Lists (FREE) to
GUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 356
Euclid Arenue, Cleveland. Ohio.
ziSlyl For sale by Everett & Starr.
THE GREAT ENGLISH EEMEDY !
Gray's Specific IIkdicink
TRADE MARK. Is especially TRAOE MARK.
rmmneio e a
as an unfailing
cure for Sbmi-
CT, and all dis-
.La. ... I
Before Taking queues on self Afta, Taking.
Abuse : as Loss
of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Palaia the Back.
Dimness of Vision. Prematura Old.' Age, and many
other diseases that lead to Insanity, Consumption
and a Prematura Grave, all of which as a' rule are
first eauaed by deviating from the path of aatnre
aad over indulgence. The Speeifio lledicinis the
resuit of a life of study and many years of ax per-er-ee
In treating these special disease a
Full particulars ia our pamphlets which we de
sire to tend free by mail to every
The H eclSo Medicine is sold by all Drapgists at
1 per package, or six packages for 95, or will be
sent by mail on receipt of the money by addressing
THE GRAY MEDICINE CO. ,
No. 10 Mechanics' Block, Dctboit.Mich.
49-So'd in Wellington by a. B. Emeraoa, and all
Btrong, Cobb h Co., Wholesale Agents, Clevs
and, Ohio. ...... ll-ao-Iy
shirt company of America
work in New York and other
A. M. PITCH. .
' First-class Sewing Machine!
the Stitch at the Centennial.
Machine, nor comolete la eoaloments than
the wmil that
so atron and well made, and so thoronehlT tested
each machine that le.ves our Factory Is warranted for
a wide ranze of work. It la tbe best machine lu oris-
Ayeir's Cathartic Fills,
For all th purposes of a Family Physio t
and tow cunngCoataveneas, Jaundice,
" Indigestion, jFoul Stomach, Breath, .
' Headache, Erysipelas, Bheums-,-.
r ti sm, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
, Biliousness, Dropsy, Tumors,
: Worms, .Neuralgia ; as a Din
ner Pill, for poruytos tb.3 Blood,
Are tne most
gative ever dis
are mild, but
r "wiwu ew"
tle ,n tuer op
are still the most thorough and search
ing cathartic medicine that can be
employed: cleansing the stomach and
bowels, and even the blood. In small
doses of one pill a day, they stimulate
the digestive organs and promote yig- '
Ayek's' Pills hnvc been known for
more than a quarter of a century, and
liave obtained a world-wide reputation
for their virtues. They correct dis
eased action Jn the several assimila-
tive organs ' of the body, and are so
composed tlint . obstructions within
their range can rarely withstand or
evade them. Not only do they cure
the cvery-day complaints of every
body, but also formidable and danger
ous diseases that have baffled the best '
i of human skill. While they produce
rpowerful effects, they are, at the same
time, the safest and best physic for
children. By their aperient action
they gripe much less than the common
purgatives, and never give pain when
the bowels are not inflamed. ' They
reach tite vital fountains of the blood,
and strengthen the (system by freeing
it from the clemeuts of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditions
in all ' climates, containing neither
calomel nor ' any deleterious drug,
these Pilla may be taken with safety
by anybody. Their sugar-coating pre
serves them ever fresh and makes
them pleasant to take; while- being
purely vegetable, no harm can arise
from their use in any quantity.
F BETAKE D Br '-
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
' Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALX. DHUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Tbe Great Cause
Just published i a SiaUd Enrdope. Pic 6 cU.
A T -... ITa iina Ta-aHHlt aalrd KaUliCSU
Jav ucviui o via atswj naiaisi a ' " . " .
care of Seminal Weakness, or SoennatorrhoM, in
duced by Self-Abase, Involnntary Emissions. Impo
tency, Nerrons Debility, and Impedlmeuta to Mar
riage generally; Consumption, ftrtlcp-y. snd Fit s.
Mental snd Pfivslcal Incapacity, c By ROBERT
J. CULVASWeLu M. B.. author of the 'Green
The world-renowned author, la this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from bis own experience that the
swful coosequeucei of Self-Abuse may be effectually
removed without medicine, and wlUiont dangerous
surgical operations, bougies. Instruments, rings, or
eoralalst pointing out a mude of cure at once certain
snd effectual by which every sufferer, no matter
what nli condition may be, may cure hlmemf cheap
ly, privately and radleaUy.
tyrnls Lecture will prove a boon to thousands
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
post-paid, on receipt of six cants or S postage stamps.
Address the Publishers,
The CulverveU Helical Co.,
41 Ann St.. New York,
P.O. Box 4B86.
Private Haapual. 108
III. GTSyevtaltT, all
Prima, Ckraate aa4
Ladks aad aeaOa
ara. staS aae dollar
A see wr. prk SS
aeata kr aMU. MjM
riM af Hum, Fkjd
lacy f Marriasc. Or
eaaa f Oeaaratloa,
Dlwiai sf Teotk aod
Maakoadt a waaltk af
ekoloa and valuabla la
faraMtiM. af ialemt
to both aoiea. Kolaiaf
oaeaalvo to rood ta.ta
aod reflaoBMat. Jafor
autloa a o v o r bpforo
aobllikrd. Ko faaulj
r a b k r attada, aad I
ralaabW tafcraadoa I
ale raaala P11U, ss I
ym kaa. Prlvatal
Mas aad aarw fori
rnwn UO lUK),i ifc
OT'AiMmo. Dr. A. O.
ULIX. 1P9 Clark St.
vTAMStJTTA MUbuBf A BEST IRISH LTVEu.
ft tor Q A ttr-sada Vreaa
S. " O J onlrta. only plain seams to fltilnh.
UCTVcOsToa BHikia, 7T S A
Made to meaaura evoaaleta. I ) Iax Jf
Mend address oa postal sard for samples and
Circulars with directions for aelf-aieasuremeBt.
irn iJBAIV'g CABBOLATED Wr ' '
rvw,iin W. 1ivpr Oil X'
1111 11 lalUM VyV. --. .
- .. k araral aTsaaBBV V "5.
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil.
- ! t ll,M,lB
unitisHDyun i, .i...7ni TaiIi.
is riw iron " t" " . .
Is Raadlly Oigested. Hver gats Jsms.
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil
Cares Coasamptlsa, Serfale.
Emsilsiisa, CoaajBie, leias,
All Less and OoifermmoifAX. CoMPLanrrs and Is
a remarkably efficient Blood Praims and cheeks
the Savages of Disease.
yWlLLSON S CABBOLATED
rVntmrnfftnnMAd T r ri
U1V1 llCglltllVVU All
la sold only In large wedge-shaped Dottles. Wulson
1 apeUod with a double -Ik" Bemembar the word
Gabboutbd ' in ordering from your Druggist,
and insist on having the right kind.
Sand for Circulars to the Propiieton,
: GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.,
ss PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Bast Salva In tna VarloL
Qalolc ud Startliaa; Car a.
4It Haavla Withrat at Sestr.
Allays Pain atStopa Rl dinsj.
Soothaa a Burn or Seavld.
; Haavla at Cnt l.ika Mavglo. .i
Dravwa Foiaaua oat of av 'Wotuad.
COHTAIKS NO GREASE AND
WASHES OFF WITHOUT SOAP.
It ad Instantly and likt Magic
Fob Salt Rtiawaa. Bars Tktsal, Ulevrs,
asaunsa, Seatlaa, C'aits, Wuamds, t-il, . t
Sair Kyss, Polsonona 8tfns;4 mis-l Bi' .
Sstksr'l Itek, Chapped Hands. Srretm- -loss
Sores, and any and every oth pnrpose for -which
a Salve or Ointment est bo used. .
ehaa'i CarboUe Halm tUn tment is the
only preparation that caa always berahel n;xn.
It ia a baantifnl JeUy-eoiored article, sold In tUss ' f
bottles with the above '- trade-mark," withjnt r
which none ia genuine. Be toil that yonrdra
aiat givea yon Bdchah's. as above described.. Cir
cular aant free on application to the afanao
torers, GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO..
.03 PAliK PLACE, HtM YORK. -
BLACK AS THE HAVEN'S WINGS
. aea hdclible Ink.
Kerer Blotof Flow Froalyl
Never Spreads I Alwayi
Beady t Perfect Black I Ko
ass or troQblel It is used
withoak preperetloa ! Bold
by ui firnggiata anor arsaoa-
UfMp iIIf a t'Os.
An Agreeable Aperient & Refrigerant,
Tbts well-atnAim prppaxation In Mfb Ty irrommendnl for
OTsrapaiA, Hbadachk, Sackime of the Stomach. Heart -barn,
and all complau nt? arbu nc from Acidiiy. Bsliouaand
MaiarLal Fererau Itcooisthe blood anrl rptiUitM the Dow
els. It ta a favorite mcdidneforrbildren.and ttaaridity
and sweet t-iste makm it coot i lag aud nstnhw& it np
ia a os. bottles.
lpanKl bv A. BOSH. Chemfta. W. T.
"Arter all, no remedy Is ao eertalm to
ears Coaurauaiptlost sta para Nerwrglsa
Cod Liver Oil. Cstrbolatea byWUlwB'i
exeellaatt process." r-. TT'.
' Allconsnmptive patients are earnestly Invited to
give Willson's Carbolatad Cod Liver Oil a fair trial.
It Is easily and laadily digested where all similar
preparations are refused by the stomach, and Im
mediately enters Into the circulation, aeting sp
ciflcally upon the decaying longs. The nutritious
properties of the oil sustain and build np the sys
tern, while the. active curative properties cf tiie
preparation complete ihe work of healing.
VTUlaon's Carbolatad (Xorwegisn) Cod Liver Oil
never gets rancid. Is free from unpleasant taste, ia
retained easily by the weakest stomach and la soli
at the priee of the ordinary Oila.
It eons Consumption, S-rofula, Asthma, Bron
chitis. Emaciation. Coughs, Colds. Hemorrhages
and ail long snd constitutional complainta.
As a Kood Purifier the Cirbolated Oil la remark
sbly effldcu;. Ita nse ia Scrofulous Affections,
rthaooiatism. Rickets, Ac , la strongly recommend
ed. I s purl ying power is wonderful ia Consnmp-ilj-i-depending,
as it freqne-.tly does, upon Scrof-.
u oris taint- . . . ; J
It sets npen the rational theory of Imuxmatsxt ;
'.IlH'iTlXG DrCAT WRILK XT ButUM V TUB STSTBJS,
.sazhhng it ta tSirow off the dfaease. . ' '
spelled with a donblo " L. Ilemcmber the word -!i
Corbolated " In ordering from your druggist, and
insist upoa baring the right kind. '
'.'- - ' Or-urr i'.T'a Co.,21 Park Place, 31. X.
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
r&S SPEEMATTOEHCEA. :
A auurble Slaceerv
uid Krw lcfwatiii in Med
teal e-cii;, aa atirvly
New j:d povitivr! eltcr-t-
ir tLta.cavtor ahau.-edv
and Mimamttt Cwre ot
BentDaU ntaat-iena b -Impoteney
bv the only
true wit. via?- ri ywe ,
eipml Seat of the Dieraaa, ecf ns by Absorpticm. and nnw
tinp iu wperttic iiiflufUt-c on titc Seminal v ea.elea afjart '
nlatarr Dact,iTOait.-ate C-TadaiMl TJrtlxpas. Tbe uea
ot tiie Ueinedj arteiid.i with ne aain ur twoaTt amice,
it la qnirklr diMhvd and toon r?bortrd, prodnciDcaa
lmzaediate aoolhinit and natoretlt- effect upoa theaex
nai and nervotia oranixalavae wrecked trvm aelf-aba a
aad exeeca, atopphift Ute dratn truoi tite aj atrm, real or
int: the mind to health ai d sound memory, retstovinr
tbelMmaeaaofSicat. Nerroui Debility, CMfoaior
of Ideaa, Avcraioa toSoeicty, Iio-Eie-aud theapprar.
anca of premature old age iimallT accvniaaiiyinc thia
troublrs ai:d irsttmua; perfect Eeza.-il Vlror, wlit k hu
be-a durniaiU tor .rearm. Thia mode of treatment baa atool
the teat iajmy aevere eaaea, and -f mow a piwneane! 1
BDootaa. Zrea;a are loo much prcacribrd in these Iron Use,
and, as many can bear wititt-ss to, with but Hitle U any
permanent wwL There ia no Nonaenae about thia Piafm
tion, Pract.cal nbaervaiinn eitable ua to ao-itiTeiy cuarail
tee that it will circ aatial.vct.eTi. Pariaa the wish
years that it has boe;i in jcvuerel uae. c bavr tiiouwmudi
ot trttimonljla a to ita ralne, aivd I: ia now eonceid
ed by the Medical Profeaaioa to be the moat rational
aTVd crrd ot reaching aad curing thia wry prev.
aienl tronbia. that is well known to be lhc rause ot luiiold
miaety to so many, aad apon whom quaoka errv with
their aaelefs nostrums and biff feea.Tke Jleniedy is put np
in a neat box, enough to lat a month, and sent m a plain
WTmpoer by mail et-eled for Two boxes, (sunVirutte
eff-tapermuuent core unless in ere re caes) $ a Thrr
boxea lastina; three full month, wiil stop ?m iffn. anl '
restore ri(c or, tn the woratesaea. 7- Full DUEXCXIOUsl :
for tiainir will aoeompany EACH BOX,
(Send for a DeeeriptlTs Pamphlet frrioc Aaeieejleal'V
HlQt rat ions, which wfll convince, tbe moat sceptical
that they can be restored to pcrtect manbood, and B
fitted for the dutiea of Hte, mina a. It nmr afFccted, W
Sent Sealed for stamp to any one. 8o)d OMXT by the '
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MPG.CHEMISTS.
Market and 8fh. 81s. ST. tOUIS, MIX
f A rsree. new and eocuplete QuJde te
WedlOvk. oeuUiimiiK, wun menr
I others, the sol lvwinf ehenterat A
enmpetsnt Woeoanhood, Selectit'a of -Wife,
ETsdeaers ot Virtiniiy. Tens -
sswa niK. avioMMtt a
pciaownts. CosspatiMa and incemsaH-
I DM. QSullitv im mmmm. mum
Ireotiiieut, AtlvM.o 19 bridegroom. Advice to haabaada,
Adviea to wivaa, ProMitution, its esasao, Oasacy ana
Matrimony eompared, Oparasal dados. Csaceatioa. Coa
Snoment. Lova aud Coartiaip, Irupcdiraaats to Maniairo,
ia msls aad Iraiala, Semes oi ftCrproduetioB, Siaa-la Ills
eontiderod. Law of Marriaxe, law of Divoree, Leaarrights
of marrtad wooea,ate ladodiag Diasaaea poculiar to
Women, their csooes and trwliuiat A book for arivaso
aad conaidcraterfadior. o SSO parro. vitA fail i'iau A. -BTavinga,
bv mall, saaled for SO eaKs.
f ha Private Medical Atrvlser."
ea Bypallia.aonorrhoaa. Oieat.atriotnro.Vai toeeela,
av, alao oa Spermattorhosa. Sexual IVbility, snd Im
potoney, from Soll-abuot and KseraKa. eauains Semitial
i-ifliwiimt, rl.rrooaano. Averaiow to Sacieet-. Ooafoaioa at -Ideea,PiiTilcaldrcay.Mroasatofsiihl.
Lsas ot Sexual Power, ate. maaiai manlaga iasnroper
or tmhsppy, Siring tnatmait, and a grrat many
vatnabw receipt, for tna ear. of sll Prirsts disaasasi - -sua,
orer 00 pl. SO era. ""
a hemn ea Manhood snd Womanhood, etwBt a
all three in one nitv bound voraraa, SL Tbev aotnmla
600 paaei aad over nw IllaatratteaaTamlnaeliwverv
thlnon the svnerwlv. yatasa tint WaoS taSwlTSi
nach that is not pabltahed la any other swiTnKSI
bined volamo poaiUnly the beat PolVidwJl
nohli.hed. a.id taojcdu.tlrted aftoraSaaTTri blvi
tronlo" diataata -Soot la TiTirlaial.V. . , i OT
m one, for Price in StamSilJer?? CanSei JcSSS!
aavwrndwithoot eharfra.) Addreasi i Dp BMa -
an,, xaa. e,a nK&ti&3lZ
f RtPTtlRg to SimtirTZJ:"
. - asaa-ta them that they will
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